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Kevin Gallacher column: Blackburn Rovers players can benefit from loan moves

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I THINK it would be a good idea for Blackburn Rovers to send one of their goalkeepers on loan, and they would have a whole team on loan if it did happen.

Neither Simon Eastwood nor Jake Kean are playing at the moment and goalkeepers need to get games.

If you’re just rotating who plays in the under 21s, they don’t get competitive matches.

Jake has definitely got ability as a goalkeeper but sometimes young keepers can make mistakes. We’ve seen that with Joe Hart.

It must be hard for him because he was first choice and playing well, then things don’t go so well and he’s number two. Then the main goalkeeper comes back and he’s number three.

But he will get better with experience, we see goalkeepers playing well into their 30s and even into their 40s in Brad Friedel’s case.

A loan would be good for his experience. Rovers already have a lot of players out on loan and I probably can’t remember a time when they have been so many.

But when you’re in the Premier League you have a big squad and now they aren’t in the top flight they’ve had to trim the wage bill. That means sending players on loan, it’s just down to circumstances.

They have got a full team on loan but what level that team could play at, I’m not sure.

Are those players good enough to play regularly for Rovers? Obviously the club think no.

When I was playing for Rovers you saw young players go out on loan and it’s how they respond mentally.

Some players don’t cope, they’re used to the luxuries of life at Blackburn and when they go out on loan they don’t have those luxuries and they can crumble.

They don’t come back as the same footballer.

But Alan Judge got a couple of goals for Brentford at the weekend and it seems like he has done well there.

Whether he’s playing for a move or to come back to Blackburn we’ll have to see, I think he might end up making a move.

I think it’s a good thing that Leon Best has gone on loan to Sheffield Wednesday. It seems like he has burnt his bridges at Rovers so it’s right for him to go somewhere else and get games.

Hopefully he does well at Sheffield Wednesday and then other clubs are looking at him, because Rovers will be keen to get his salary off the wage bill.

It’s a big game for Rovers at Reading on Saturday, and it will be a difficult match after their impressive win at QPR at the weekend.

It’s important they start the game well.

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3:29pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

A battering is on the way.

This Reading side beat QPR 3-1 away. The last time you faced one of the top sides in this division away from home you got spanked 4-1.

I predicted a 3-0 tubbing for you lot but I think that's being a tad optimistic.

One thing is certain this game will highlight how just far away from the top teams in this division you really are.

But at least you'll be able to concentrate on your cup final once Reading end your slim-to-none play-off hopes.
A battering is on the way. This Reading side beat QPR 3-1 away. The last time you faced one of the top sides in this division away from home you got spanked 4-1. I predicted a 3-0 tubbing for you lot but I think that's being a tad optimistic. One thing is certain this game will highlight how just far away from the top teams in this division you really are. But at least you'll be able to concentrate on your cup final once Reading end your slim-to-none play-off hopes. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -20

3:38pm Wed 19 Feb 14

TurfMoorTom says...

I don't think they're in a cup final? Unless you're referring to playing us in March though as we're just a team of misfits that's had a bit of a bubble which they just might burst I guess we'd best keep schtum.
I don't think they're in a cup final? Unless you're referring to playing us in March though as we're just a team of misfits that's had a bit of a bubble which they just might burst I guess we'd best keep schtum. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 4

3:46pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
I don't think they're in a cup final? Unless you're referring to playing us in March though as we're just a team of misfits that's had a bit of a bubble which they just might burst I guess we'd best keep schtum.
Do you not tire of the act?

We're all you have left this season Mungo.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I don't think they're in a cup final? Unless you're referring to playing us in March though as we're just a team of misfits that's had a bit of a bubble which they just might burst I guess we'd best keep schtum.[/p][/quote]Do you not tire of the act? We're all you have left this season Mungo. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -9

4:03pm Wed 19 Feb 14

Stone Island: says...

Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers. Stone Island:
  • Score: 30

4:11pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all.

And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake.

Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script!
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all. And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake. Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script! look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -15

4:17pm Wed 19 Feb 14

jinkyjase says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
A battering is on the way.

This Reading side beat QPR 3-1 away. The last time you faced one of the top sides in this division away from home you got spanked 4-1.

I predicted a 3-0 tubbing for you lot but I think that's being a tad optimistic.

One thing is certain this game will highlight how just far away from the top teams in this division you really are.

But at least you'll be able to concentrate on your cup final once Reading end your slim-to-none play-off hopes.
Our cup final? We've actually been in cup finals my friend. You lot of cloven footed freaks is no cup final, more like a scene from Lord of The Rings.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: A battering is on the way. This Reading side beat QPR 3-1 away. The last time you faced one of the top sides in this division away from home you got spanked 4-1. I predicted a 3-0 tubbing for you lot but I think that's being a tad optimistic. One thing is certain this game will highlight how just far away from the top teams in this division you really are. But at least you'll be able to concentrate on your cup final once Reading end your slim-to-none play-off hopes.[/p][/quote]Our cup final? We've actually been in cup finals my friend. You lot of cloven footed freaks is no cup final, more like a scene from Lord of The Rings. jinkyjase
  • Score: 13

4:18pm Wed 19 Feb 14

Ashton.1988 says...

Typical that the Burnley tramps are all over the Rovers page in a shot. 18 days it is and I cannot wait. That's the day your season takes a turn for the worse and the is nothing you or that husky voiced stone cold Steve Austin can do about it 🙊
Typical that the Burnley tramps are all over the Rovers page in a shot. 18 days it is and I cannot wait. That's the day your season takes a turn for the worse and the is nothing you or that husky voiced stone cold Steve Austin can do about it 🙊 Ashton.1988
  • Score: 6

4:31pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

You turds are going to get turned over at Ewood,


and that's the bottom line... because Stone Cold says so.
You turds are going to get turned over at Ewood, and that's the bottom line... because Stone Cold says so. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -3

4:33pm Wed 19 Feb 14

Ashton.1988 says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
You turds are going to get turned over at Ewood,


and that's the bottom line... because Stone Cold says so.
Save your jobseekers and you may be able to attend you scruffy dingle
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: You turds are going to get turned over at Ewood, and that's the bottom line... because Stone Cold says so.[/p][/quote]Save your jobseekers and you may be able to attend you scruffy dingle Ashton.1988
  • Score: 9

4:38pm Wed 19 Feb 14

IrishEnglish says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
A battering is on the way.

This Reading side beat QPR 3-1 away. The last time you faced one of the top sides in this division away from home you got spanked 4-1.

I predicted a 3-0 tubbing for you lot but I think that's being a tad optimistic.

One thing is certain this game will highlight how just far away from the top teams in this division you really are.

But at least you'll be able to concentrate on your cup final once Reading end your slim-to-none play-off hopes.
The hubris is genuinely remarkable. I might even miss your unlettered posts when they inevitably stop for good after March.

Clearly the irony of your second sentence and our result at Turf Moor is completely lost on you as well.

And "your cup final" is a genuinely cute touch.

As you put it yourself, 'you couldn't write this script'.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: A battering is on the way. This Reading side beat QPR 3-1 away. The last time you faced one of the top sides in this division away from home you got spanked 4-1. I predicted a 3-0 tubbing for you lot but I think that's being a tad optimistic. One thing is certain this game will highlight how just far away from the top teams in this division you really are. But at least you'll be able to concentrate on your cup final once Reading end your slim-to-none play-off hopes.[/p][/quote]The hubris is genuinely remarkable. I might even miss your unlettered posts when they inevitably stop for good after March. Clearly the irony of your second sentence and our result at Turf Moor is completely lost on you as well. And "your cup final" is a genuinely cute touch. As you put it yourself, 'you couldn't write this script'. IrishEnglish
  • Score: 3

4:45pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Ashton.1988 wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
You turds are going to get turned over at Ewood,


and that's the bottom line... because Stone Cold says so.
Save your jobseekers and you may be able to attend you scruffy dingle
Don't you worry about it Mungo, I'll be there, and I'll be waving you off as you're sneaking out in the 80th minute unable to watch the final moments of your greatest fears realised on home turf.

When that final whistle goes and you've been tubbed at home off the mighty Clarets perhaps then a bit of humility will return to the supporters of Blackburn Rovers. Your days of looking down at us are now long gone.
[quote][p][bold]Ashton.1988[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: You turds are going to get turned over at Ewood, and that's the bottom line... because Stone Cold says so.[/p][/quote]Save your jobseekers and you may be able to attend you scruffy dingle[/p][/quote]Don't you worry about it Mungo, I'll be there, and I'll be waving you off as you're sneaking out in the 80th minute unable to watch the final moments of your greatest fears realised on home turf. When that final whistle goes and you've been tubbed at home off the mighty Clarets perhaps then a bit of humility will return to the supporters of Blackburn Rovers. Your days of looking down at us are now long gone. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -8

5:00pm Wed 19 Feb 14

ChrisDeBerg says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Ashton.1988 wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
You turds are going to get turned over at Ewood,


and that's the bottom line... because Stone Cold says so.
Save your jobseekers and you may be able to attend you scruffy dingle
Don't you worry about it Mungo, I'll be there, and I'll be waving you off as you're sneaking out in the 80th minute unable to watch the final moments of your greatest fears realised on home turf.

When that final whistle goes and you've been tubbed at home off the mighty Clarets perhaps then a bit of humility will return to the supporters of Blackburn Rovers. Your days of looking down at us are now long gone.
Heard your house got a bit of a battering over last week??

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[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ashton.1988[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: You turds are going to get turned over at Ewood, and that's the bottom line... because Stone Cold says so.[/p][/quote]Save your jobseekers and you may be able to attend you scruffy dingle[/p][/quote]Don't you worry about it Mungo, I'll be there, and I'll be waving you off as you're sneaking out in the 80th minute unable to watch the final moments of your greatest fears realised on home turf. When that final whistle goes and you've been tubbed at home off the mighty Clarets perhaps then a bit of humility will return to the supporters of Blackburn Rovers. Your days of looking down at us are now long gone.[/p][/quote]Heard your house got a bit of a battering over last week?? http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/pho tos/february_2014/ea st_lancs_weather_war ning/view/gallery_39 0767.East_Lancashire _weather_warning/ ChrisDeBerg
  • Score: 3

5:00pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

IrishEnglish wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
A battering is on the way.

This Reading side beat QPR 3-1 away. The last time you faced one of the top sides in this division away from home you got spanked 4-1.

I predicted a 3-0 tubbing for you lot but I think that's being a tad optimistic.

One thing is certain this game will highlight how just far away from the top teams in this division you really are.

But at least you'll be able to concentrate on your cup final once Reading end your slim-to-none play-off hopes.
The hubris is genuinely remarkable. I might even miss your unlettered posts when they inevitably stop for good after March.

Clearly the irony of your second sentence and our result at Turf Moor is completely lost on you as well.

And "your cup final" is a genuinely cute touch.

As you put it yourself, 'you couldn't write this script'.
You wont have to miss me Mungo, I'll be here to see you goons through until the end of the season whereupon we could be moving onto bigger and better things. You'll always be our rivals but perhaps you wont mean as much to us if we're a league above you, who knows. However I'll always have soft spot for you clowns regardless of how sh!te you are.

Anyhow, you completely missed the point of my second sentence, but then I imagine quite a lot goes over your misshapen head on a daily basis. The point I made, quite clearly, was that the LAST time you played a top side, not a Barnsley or a Blackpool, or a Boro (i.e. your recent games), you got spanked 4-1.

Your result at Turf Moor was once again the result of incredible good fortune on your part, but we've moved on from that now. We're better organised, more resilient, better at seeing games out and getting the points we need to maintain our push for automatic promotion. Indeed I see you lot as one of the weaker teams we have to play away from home on our run-in. I have us down for an away win, and based on the quality of the two teams, recent form, and what's at stake in terms of league standings, I really can't see any other outcome.

And by cup final, I'm referring to us being the only game of any importance left in your limp and disappointing season.
[quote][p][bold]IrishEnglish[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: A battering is on the way. This Reading side beat QPR 3-1 away. The last time you faced one of the top sides in this division away from home you got spanked 4-1. I predicted a 3-0 tubbing for you lot but I think that's being a tad optimistic. One thing is certain this game will highlight how just far away from the top teams in this division you really are. But at least you'll be able to concentrate on your cup final once Reading end your slim-to-none play-off hopes.[/p][/quote]The hubris is genuinely remarkable. I might even miss your unlettered posts when they inevitably stop for good after March. Clearly the irony of your second sentence and our result at Turf Moor is completely lost on you as well. And "your cup final" is a genuinely cute touch. As you put it yourself, 'you couldn't write this script'.[/p][/quote]You wont have to miss me Mungo, I'll be here to see you goons through until the end of the season whereupon we could be moving onto bigger and better things. You'll always be our rivals but perhaps you wont mean as much to us if we're a league above you, who knows. However I'll always have soft spot for you clowns regardless of how sh!te you are. Anyhow, you completely missed the point of my second sentence, but then I imagine quite a lot goes over your misshapen head on a daily basis. The point I made, quite clearly, was that the LAST time you played a top side, not a Barnsley or a Blackpool, or a Boro (i.e. your recent games), you got spanked 4-1. Your result at Turf Moor was once again the result of incredible good fortune on your part, but we've moved on from that now. We're better organised, more resilient, better at seeing games out and getting the points we need to maintain our push for automatic promotion. Indeed I see you lot as one of the weaker teams we have to play away from home on our run-in. I have us down for an away win, and based on the quality of the two teams, recent form, and what's at stake in terms of league standings, I really can't see any other outcome. And by cup final, I'm referring to us being the only game of any importance left in your limp and disappointing season. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -6

5:24pm Wed 19 Feb 14

IrishEnglish says...

I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that.

PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too.

Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?
I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that. PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too. Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something? IrishEnglish
  • Score: 6

5:29pm Wed 19 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all.

And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake.

Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script!
You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff.....

Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced...

Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy?

Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all. And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake. Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script![/p][/quote]You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff..... Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced... Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy? Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again? more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 18

5:34pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

IrishEnglish wrote:
I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that.

PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too.

Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?
Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet?

Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure.

I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....
[quote][p][bold]IrishEnglish[/bold] wrote: I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that. PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too. Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?[/p][/quote]Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet? Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure. I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN..... look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -7

5:36pm Wed 19 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
IrishEnglish wrote:
I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that.

PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too.

Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?
Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet?

Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure.

I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....
Is that how many special friends your mum has?
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IrishEnglish[/bold] wrote: I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that. PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too. Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?[/p][/quote]Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet? Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure. I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....[/p][/quote]Is that how many special friends your mum has? more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 12

5:39pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all.

And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake.

Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script!
You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff.....

Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced...

Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy?

Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?
Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo.

All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all. And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake. Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script![/p][/quote]You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff..... Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced... Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy? Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?[/p][/quote]Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo. All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -4

5:45pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
IrishEnglish wrote:
I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that.

PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too.

Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?
Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet?

Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure.

I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....
Is that how many special friends your mum has?
Its how many points above you we are.

I knew you were on the slide but I never thought we'd end up so far ahead of you, in FEBRUARY! It really is a joy to behold. Little old Burnley looking down on Moneybag's Rovers for 2 years now.

17 points, but could that be 20 points on Saturday????
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IrishEnglish[/bold] wrote: I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that. PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too. Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?[/p][/quote]Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet? Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure. I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....[/p][/quote]Is that how many special friends your mum has?[/p][/quote]Its how many points above you we are. I knew you were on the slide but I never thought we'd end up so far ahead of you, in FEBRUARY! It really is a joy to behold. Little old Burnley looking down on Moneybag's Rovers for 2 years now. 17 points, but could that be 20 points on Saturday???? look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -4

5:49pm Wed 19 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all.

And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake.

Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script!
You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff.....

Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced...

Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy?

Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?
Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo.

All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.
And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century.

2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all. And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake. Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script![/p][/quote]You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff..... Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced... Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy? Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?[/p][/quote]Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo. All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.[/p][/quote]And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century. 2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 17

5:57pm Wed 19 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
IrishEnglish wrote:
I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that.

PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too.

Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?
Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet?

Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure.

I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....
Is that how many special friends your mum has?
Its how many points above you we are.

I knew you were on the slide but I never thought we'd end up so far ahead of you, in FEBRUARY! It really is a joy to behold. Little old Burnley looking down on Moneybag's Rovers for 2 years now.

17 points, but could that be 20 points on Saturday????
Moneybags? Little old Burnley? Only last week you telling us all how we are financially crippled and how big and well supported Burnley are.

Now we're money bags and Burnley are small? Hmmm, short term memory aswell as selective memory eh. Seems you need to have a word with Steve Kean, at least he was a good liar if nothing else.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IrishEnglish[/bold] wrote: I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that. PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too. Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?[/p][/quote]Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet? Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure. I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....[/p][/quote]Is that how many special friends your mum has?[/p][/quote]Its how many points above you we are. I knew you were on the slide but I never thought we'd end up so far ahead of you, in FEBRUARY! It really is a joy to behold. Little old Burnley looking down on Moneybag's Rovers for 2 years now. 17 points, but could that be 20 points on Saturday????[/p][/quote]Moneybags? Little old Burnley? Only last week you telling us all how we are financially crippled and how big and well supported Burnley are. Now we're money bags and Burnley are small? Hmmm, short term memory aswell as selective memory eh. Seems you need to have a word with Steve Kean, at least he was a good liar if nothing else. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 10

5:58pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all.

And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake.

Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script!
You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff.....

Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced...

Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy?

Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?
Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo.

All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.
And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century.

2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.
27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special.

I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues.

And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc.

There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours.

I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all. And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake. Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script![/p][/quote]You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff..... Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced... Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy? Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?[/p][/quote]Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo. All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.[/p][/quote]And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century. 2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.[/p][/quote]27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special. I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues. And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc. There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours. I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -5

6:34pm Wed 19 Feb 14

garyintandem says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
IrishEnglish wrote:
I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that.

PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too.

Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?
Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet?

Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure.

I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....
Is that how many special friends your mum has?
The dingle clearly can't count to 35!
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IrishEnglish[/bold] wrote: I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that. PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too. Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?[/p][/quote]Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet? Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure. I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....[/p][/quote]Is that how many special friends your mum has?[/p][/quote]The dingle clearly can't count to 35! garyintandem
  • Score: 4

6:36pm Wed 19 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all.

And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake.

Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script!
You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff.....

Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced...

Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy?

Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?
Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo.

All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.
And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century.

2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.
27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special.

I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues.

And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc.

There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours.

I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover.
Nope, wrong again big boy I'm not ashamed to be a Rovers fan, so that must make you not that proud?

If you were proud sunshine you wouldn't spend your life trying to justify your club on here. The very fact you are what you are - a 1st class troll, tells me you've not got a proud bone in your body. The fact that you wrongly assume Rovers fans have anywhere near the same interest and hate for your club of myths and over-hyped fantasies as you lot do for Rovers says all there is to know about your mind set.

There may well be no aspect of our club you'd swap (although I'm sure you'd prefer a ground that doesn't look like something from Chernobyl) but do you actually think anyone cares about what you would or wouldn't swap?

So you're proud of your club? And? Tell me who isn't proud of their club?

Sounds like another trophy for the Burnley trophy cabinet to me.

The 'We Are Proud Of Our Club Trophy' awarded to Burnley FC by Burnley FC.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all. And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake. Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script![/p][/quote]You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff..... Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced... Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy? Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?[/p][/quote]Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo. All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.[/p][/quote]And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century. 2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.[/p][/quote]27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special. I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues. And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc. There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours. I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover.[/p][/quote]Nope, wrong again big boy I'm not ashamed to be a Rovers fan, so that must make you not that proud? If you were proud sunshine you wouldn't spend your life trying to justify your club on here. The very fact you are what you are - a 1st class troll, tells me you've not got a proud bone in your body. The fact that you wrongly assume Rovers fans have anywhere near the same interest and hate for your club of myths and over-hyped fantasies as you lot do for Rovers says all there is to know about your mind set. There may well be no aspect of our club you'd swap (although I'm sure you'd prefer a ground that doesn't look like something from Chernobyl) but do you actually think anyone cares about what you would or wouldn't swap? So you're proud of your club? And? Tell me who isn't proud of their club? Sounds like another trophy for the Burnley trophy cabinet to me. The 'We Are Proud Of Our Club Trophy' awarded to Burnley FC by Burnley FC. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 11

6:40pm Wed 19 Feb 14

TurfMoorTom says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I don't think they're in a cup final? Unless you're referring to playing us in March though as we're just a team of misfits that's had a bit of a bubble which they just might burst I guess we'd best keep schtum.
Do you not tire of the act?

We're all you have left this season Mungo.
Are you referring to the act of having sexual intercourse with my blood relatives?
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I don't think they're in a cup final? Unless you're referring to playing us in March though as we're just a team of misfits that's had a bit of a bubble which they just might burst I guess we'd best keep schtum.[/p][/quote]Do you not tire of the act? We're all you have left this season Mungo.[/p][/quote]Are you referring to the act of having sexual intercourse with my blood relatives? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 6

7:10pm Wed 19 Feb 14

keanoutofrovers says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
IrishEnglish wrote:
I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that.

PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too.

Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?
Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet?

Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure.

I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....
You can what all the way up to seventeen?

Anyway

The claims that Burnley are some sort of East Lancs superpower don't really hold up. Are Bournemouth bigger than Birmingham? are Crawley bigger than Sheff Utd? are Newport bigger than Portsmouth ? the league would say yes but we all know they aren't.

Despite our current predicament (one which we are slowly turning around) we are still the bigger club I'm afraid.

Burnley are having a great season are have performed better than us so far.

Now can you admit who is the bigger club?

Think carefully you could embarrass yourself if you reply too quickly.........

Back to the story.

Kean should be sent out on loan if possible. A far better prospect than Eastwood. Can anyone honestly see Eastwood ever being No 1?
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IrishEnglish[/bold] wrote: I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that. PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too. Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?[/p][/quote]Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet? Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure. I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....[/p][/quote]You can what all the way up to seventeen? Anyway The claims that Burnley are some sort of East Lancs superpower don't really hold up. Are Bournemouth bigger than Birmingham? are Crawley bigger than Sheff Utd? are Newport bigger than Portsmouth ? the league would say yes but we all know they aren't. Despite our current predicament (one which we are slowly turning around) we are still the bigger club I'm afraid. Burnley are having a great season are have performed better than us so far. Now can you admit who is the bigger club? Think carefully you could embarrass yourself if you reply too quickly......... Back to the story. Kean should be sent out on loan if possible. A far better prospect than Eastwood. Can anyone honestly see Eastwood ever being No 1? keanoutofrovers
  • Score: 7

7:12pm Wed 19 Feb 14

GAZHAY says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all.

And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake.

Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script!
You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff.....

Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced...

Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy?

Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?
Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo.

All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.
And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century.

2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.
27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special.

I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues.

And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc.

There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours.

I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover.
Change the tune you absolute ****!!!
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all. And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake. Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script![/p][/quote]You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff..... Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced... Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy? Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?[/p][/quote]Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo. All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.[/p][/quote]And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century. 2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.[/p][/quote]27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special. I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues. And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc. There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours. I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover.[/p][/quote]Change the tune you absolute ****!!! GAZHAY
  • Score: 5

7:17pm Wed 19 Feb 14

Hovis1945 says...

Why do I bother coming on here looking for sensible comments about football. It is just boring slagging each other off and no one is going to win that game!!
Why do I bother coming on here looking for sensible comments about football. It is just boring slagging each other off and no one is going to win that game!! Hovis1945
  • Score: 3

7:22pm Wed 19 Feb 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all.

And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake.

Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script!
You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff.....

Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced...

Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy?

Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?
Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo.

All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.
And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century.

2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.
27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special.

I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues.

And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc.

There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours.

I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover.
Still waiting Sweetheart I posted this days ago, just reply and say something interesting please for Gods sake! "Just had a look on the Dingle section and there is not ONE comment on the first three posts, to me that says it all about you son. You must wait in anticipation to come on here day and night, I asked you yesterday why you don't discuss anything other than us. Who will you buy if you go up? Where do you need to strengthen? What have you learnt from last time? Will you dare to dream again? Come on don't be shy I have set it up for you so let's have it, and see if you can post something without mentioning playing us And try it without using Wikepedia. You are so so predictable fella, the only time I look up is to see how long it took you to come on our section ha ha ha"
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all. And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake. Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script![/p][/quote]You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff..... Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced... Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy? Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?[/p][/quote]Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo. All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.[/p][/quote]And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century. 2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.[/p][/quote]27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special. I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues. And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc. There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours. I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover.[/p][/quote]Still waiting Sweetheart I posted this days ago, just reply and say something interesting please for Gods sake! "Just had a look on the Dingle section and there is not ONE comment on the first three posts, to me that says it all about you son. You must wait in anticipation to come on here day and night, I asked you yesterday why you don't discuss anything other than us. Who will you buy if you go up? Where do you need to strengthen? What have you learnt from last time? Will you dare to dream again? Come on don't be shy I have set it up for you so let's have it, and see if you can post something without mentioning playing us And try it without using Wikepedia. You are so so predictable fella, the only time I look up is to see how long it took you to come on our section ha ha ha" George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: 4

7:44pm Wed 19 Feb 14

keanoutofrovers says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all.

And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake.

Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script!
You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff.....

Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced...

Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy?

Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?
Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo.

All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.
And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century.

2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.
27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special.

I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues.

And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc.

There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours.

I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover.
Still waiting Sweetheart I posted this days ago, just reply and say something interesting please for Gods sake! "Just had a look on the Dingle section and there is not ONE comment on the first three posts, to me that says it all about you son. You must wait in anticipation to come on here day and night, I asked you yesterday why you don't discuss anything other than us. Who will you buy if you go up? Where do you need to strengthen? What have you learnt from last time? Will you dare to dream again? Come on don't be shy I have set it up for you so let's have it, and see if you can post something without mentioning playing us And try it without using Wikepedia. You are so so predictable fella, the only time I look up is to see how long it took you to come on our section ha ha ha"
Hasn't got an opinion as he doesn't go he just trolls on here all day long. To answer the questions you are asking he would have to know more than is just printed in the press.
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all. And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake. Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script![/p][/quote]You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff..... Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced... Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy? Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?[/p][/quote]Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo. All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.[/p][/quote]And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century. 2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.[/p][/quote]27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special. I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues. And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc. There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours. I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover.[/p][/quote]Still waiting Sweetheart I posted this days ago, just reply and say something interesting please for Gods sake! "Just had a look on the Dingle section and there is not ONE comment on the first three posts, to me that says it all about you son. You must wait in anticipation to come on here day and night, I asked you yesterday why you don't discuss anything other than us. Who will you buy if you go up? Where do you need to strengthen? What have you learnt from last time? Will you dare to dream again? Come on don't be shy I have set it up for you so let's have it, and see if you can post something without mentioning playing us And try it without using Wikepedia. You are so so predictable fella, the only time I look up is to see how long it took you to come on our section ha ha ha"[/p][/quote]Hasn't got an opinion as he doesn't go he just trolls on here all day long. To answer the questions you are asking he would have to know more than is just printed in the press. keanoutofrovers
  • Score: 2

7:46pm Wed 19 Feb 14

jim 2012 says...

who's this

Division Two Champions 1897-98
Division Two Runners-up 1912-13
F.A. Cup Winners 1914
Division One Runners-up 1919-20
Division One Champions 1920-21
Division Two Runners-up 1946-47
F.A. Cup Runners-up 1947
Division One Champions 1959-60
FA Charity Shield Winner 1960
Division One Runners-up 1961-62
F.A. Cup Runners-up 1962
Division Two Champions 1972-73
FA Charity Shield Winner 1973
Anglo-Scottish Cup Winners 1979
Division Three Champions 1981-82
Sherpa Van Trophy Runners-up 1988
Division Four Champions 1991-92
Division Two Runners-up 1999-


Anglo-Scottish Cup Winners 1
Division Four Champions 1
Division One Champions 2
Division One Runners-up 2
Division Three Champions 1
Division Two Champions 2
Division Two Runners-up 3
F.A. Cup Runners-up 2
F.A. Cup Winners 1
FA Charity Shield Winner 2
Sherpa Van Trophy Runners-up 1
who's this Division Two Champions 1897-98 Division Two Runners-up 1912-13 F.A. Cup Winners 1914 Division One Runners-up 1919-20 Division One Champions 1920-21 Division Two Runners-up 1946-47 F.A. Cup Runners-up 1947 Division One Champions 1959-60 FA Charity Shield Winner 1960 Division One Runners-up 1961-62 F.A. Cup Runners-up 1962 Division Two Champions 1972-73 FA Charity Shield Winner 1973 Anglo-Scottish Cup Winners 1979 Division Three Champions 1981-82 Sherpa Van Trophy Runners-up 1988 Division Four Champions 1991-92 Division Two Runners-up 1999- Anglo-Scottish Cup Winners 1 Division Four Champions 1 Division One Champions 2 Division One Runners-up 2 Division Three Champions 1 Division Two Champions 2 Division Two Runners-up 3 F.A. Cup Runners-up 2 F.A. Cup Winners 1 FA Charity Shield Winner 2 Sherpa Van Trophy Runners-up 1 jim 2012
  • Score: 0

7:48pm Wed 19 Feb 14

azza234 says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
IrishEnglish wrote:
I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that.

PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too.

Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?
Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet?

Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure.

I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....
For a so called best team in the league remind me again who it was that couldn't beat bournemouth?.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IrishEnglish[/bold] wrote: I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that. PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too. Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?[/p][/quote]Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet? Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure. I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....[/p][/quote]For a so called best team in the league remind me again who it was that couldn't beat bournemouth?. azza234
  • Score: 2

7:56pm Wed 19 Feb 14

azza234 says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all.

And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake.

Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script!
You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff.....

Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced...

Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy?

Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?
Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo.

All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.
I would agree with you about the part you earning it if actually won something worth winning which you haven't.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all. And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake. Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script![/p][/quote]You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff..... Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced... Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy? Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?[/p][/quote]Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo. All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.[/p][/quote]I would agree with you about the part you earning it if actually won something worth winning which you haven't. azza234
  • Score: 1

8:36pm Wed 19 Feb 14

daan says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
IrishEnglish wrote:
I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that.

PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too.

Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?
Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet?

Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure.

I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....
SEVENTEEN the age that this 52 year old was the last time Burnley beat Blackburn. Poor old sod. did you save your lucky Y fronts ? Are you going to be wearing them for the derby again ?
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IrishEnglish[/bold] wrote: I can see what you literally wrote, but your implicit point was demonstrably something else: that you are one of the top teams in the division. The fact that you've just spent an entire paragraph trying to justify why 'it was different back then' confirms that. PS How did we do against Derby, er, after Forest and who are, er, above them? No doubt you were making a different point about that too. Did they stop teaching in Burnley or something?[/p][/quote]Can you not read? You played Derby at home you moron. Forest was away, and you got smashed 4-1. You have an abysmal away record. You are playing Reading away next. You with me? I was laughing at your away form, do you get it yet? Honestly, I tire of having to clarify things for the hard of thinking. You Shadsworth folk are a different breed that's for sure. I'm very well educated I'll have you know, I can all the way up to SEVENTEEN.....[/p][/quote]SEVENTEEN the age that this 52 year old was the last time Burnley beat Blackburn. Poor old sod. did you save your lucky Y fronts ? Are you going to be wearing them for the derby again ? daan
  • Score: 2

10:05pm Wed 19 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

And the troll said
27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special.

Absolutely brilliantly barmy post, best team outside the Premier league??
Really ?? best manger, best strikers-, directors etc etc .
Throw in best stadium and you would have actually have achieved stellar levels of stupidity
From your general command of english and your ability to type in fomat I would say that you are of at least average intelligence... so you cannot possibly believe any of the above bullshine that you have written.
Unless you are barking mad of course.....
Burnley FC , one half decent season since 72/73 and you are (over) stating that you are the best team in the league, the world, the universe.
Before , I might add, you have actually won anything. If you were doing your bantam **** crowing in May with something acheived it would still be OTT but at least understandable
You are clearly very insecure about that small club in the back of beyond that you say you follow and clearly very jealous of our massive achievments as a club who have won the TOP prize in English football.
We will always be the bigger club and your temporary position of being slightly above us for two seasons, well, it aint much really is it in the big scheme of things
And as for your ability to "achieve something special"... please stop before I die laughing.
How are you going to achieve ... by rebuilding your stadium, by investing all your spare cash in players for the Premiership if you make it ( you may not)
Please share with us, do.....
And the troll said 27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special. Absolutely brilliantly barmy post, best team outside the Premier league?? Really ?? best manger, best strikers-, directors etc etc . Throw in best stadium and you would have actually have achieved stellar levels of stupidity From your general command of english and your ability to type in fomat I would say that you are of at least average intelligence... so you cannot possibly believe any of the above bullshine that you have written. Unless you are barking mad of course..... Burnley FC , one half decent season since 72/73 and you are (over) stating that you are the best team in the league, the world, the universe. Before , I might add, you have actually won anything. If you were doing your bantam **** crowing in May with something acheived it would still be OTT but at least understandable You are clearly very insecure about that small club in the back of beyond that you say you follow and clearly very jealous of our massive achievments as a club who have won the TOP prize in English football. We will always be the bigger club and your temporary position of being slightly above us for two seasons, well, it aint much really is it in the big scheme of things And as for your ability to "achieve something special"... please stop before I die laughing. How are you going to achieve ... by rebuilding your stadium, by investing all your spare cash in players for the Premiership if you make it ( you may not) Please share with us, do..... Wild Rover
  • Score: 4

1:11am Thu 20 Feb 14

jimluftas says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all.

And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake.

Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script!
You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff.....

Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced...

Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy?

Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?
Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo.

All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.
And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century.

2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.
27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special.

I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues.

And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc.

There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours.

I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover.
You have the best team but only the best strikers and best full-back? How does that work? You turnip. What a complete weasel. You fat, spotty nerd.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]18 days no-dad. Only 18 days until we silence you muppets once and for all. And to do it on your own patch will be the icing on the cake. Blackburn Rovers bending over backwards to help Burnley's charge to automatic promotion, you couldn't write this script![/p][/quote]You won't silence us sweetypie, ohhhh nooo. It'll take more than one game you limp wristed powder puff..... Go 35 years unbeaten in a derby, humiliate us 7-0 on aggregate in one season, knock us out of the Cup, win the Premier League and League Cup, produce home grown talent like David Dunn, Phil Jones & Damien Duff and sell them for a profit that would buy your entire town twice over and wait for us to play infront of 1,500 in League 2 (Div 4) then and only then we might be silenced... Aint gonna happen is it dungaree boy? Maybe you should google some irrelevant facts about how Burnleys pitch was greener in 1926 and then create yet another account so you talk yourself again?[/p][/quote]Defeat at home to the Clarets will silence your yapping once and for all. And not only that the 3 points could be all important come the end of the season. Imagine that Mungo. All the nonsense you've typed was bought for you, it was never earned. We have done things the right way, we have earn't it and it hurts you so much to see our progress without a senile old sugar daddy pumping money into our club.[/p][/quote]And just remind us all what exactly it is you've earnt? You haven't won anything of note for half a century. 2nd in the 2nd tier of english football maybe be impressive to you easily pleased lizards but the reality is that (as I've pointed out to you before) it's on par with winning the egg & spoon race.[/p][/quote]27 years ago we were on the verge of going out of existence, we had nowt. We now have the best team outside of the Premier League, we have the best manager, we have the best strikers, the best full-back, we are a well-run, well-respected, proper family football club with supporters for directors and the potential to achieve something special. I wouldn't swap any of our team for any of yours and in my lifetime I've never been able to say that. We have earn't our position through hard work, not through the investment of a senile old man with incontinence issues. And let's not start on your shambles, Venky's, relegation, protests, boycott's, Shebby Singh, six-managers in a season, being sued by former managers, £56million in debt, losing £3million a month, etc, etc. There really is no aspect of your club that I would wish to swap with ours. I can honestly say that I am Proud to be a Claret almost as much as you are ashamed to be a Rover.[/p][/quote]You have the best team but only the best strikers and best full-back? How does that work? You turnip. What a complete weasel. You fat, spotty nerd. jimluftas
  • Score: 3

12:40pm Thu 20 Feb 14

dixie.normous says...

Stone Island: wrote:
Do you remember when:
The average UK house price was £13,650?
The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon)
A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence?
JR got shot?
Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister?
Lena Zavaroni was in the charts?
Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes?
Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose?
John Wayne died?
The first Space Invaders games hit the UK?
We only had THREE TV channels?
Different Strokes was on TV?
We were buying Betamax video players?
The Ford Sierra was the car of the future?
McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal?
Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman?
Nottingham Forest won the European Cup?
Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer?

If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.
You need to take the first point off ...The average house price in Burnley is still £13,650.. We don't want the dingles getting confused now do we. lol
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: Do you remember when: The average UK house price was £13,650? The cost of petrol was 0.79 pence? (That's per gallon) A pint of beer cost just 0.25 pence? JR got shot? Maggie Thatcher became prime Minister? Lena Zavaroni was in the charts? Art Garfunkel topped the charts with Bright Eyes? Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose? John Wayne died? The first Space Invaders games hit the UK? We only had THREE TV channels? Different Strokes was on TV? We were buying Betamax video players? The Ford Sierra was the car of the future? McDonalds introduced the Happy Meal? Sony invented a portable cassette player called the Walkman? Nottingham Forest won the European Cup? Trevor Francis became Britains first £1M footballer? If you can remember any of these things, then you may remember the last time Burnley beat Rovers.[/p][/quote]You need to take the first point off ...The average house price in Burnley is still £13,650.. We don't want the dingles getting confused now do we. lol dixie.normous
  • Score: 2

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