Dyche keen not to lose sight of Burnley's promotion aim

Dyche keen not to lose sight of Burnley's promotion aim

Dyche keen not to lose sight of Burnley's promotion aim

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BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche has no fears that derby victory over Blackburn Rovers will distract his players ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Birmingham City.

The Clarets secured their first win over East Lancashire rivals Blackburn in 35 years on Sunday, as Danny Ings’ winner gave them a 2-1 victory at Ewood Park.

But they go right back into Championship action tomorrow night at Birmingham, knowing that they need to keep up their current form as they go for automatic promotion.

Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood.

“There’s a real professional feel about the group, we’ve built that over the time we’ve been here,” he said.

“They know the responsibilities themselves as individuals, I’m sure of that.

“But I wanted them to enjoy the occasion on Sunday because it was an historic moment and that’s of value to everyone concerned with Burnley Football Club, especially the players.

“It was three points on the board – an important three points for many different reasons, the main one being the derby.

“But we go again on Wednesday.”

Burnley now sit eight points clear in second place, although Derby could cut that gap to five if they win at home to Bolton Wanderers tonight.

Dyche hopes his players continue to keep calm heads in the final 12 games of the season.

"I said to the players before Sunday’s game, 'Body on fire, head in the fridge',” Dyche revealed.

“That's how it has to be sometimes. I thought there was a calmness.

"We went 1-0 down, didn't see any panic, kept trying to shift the ball and kept trying to play.

"We know what we're about, the players have been delivering it day in, day out in training.

"It's a valuable thing when the whistle blows and you're ready to deliver, and they delivered again on Sunday.”

The Burnley boss was also pleased with the impact that substitutes Ashley Barnes and Ross Wallace made on Sunday, with the latter having a hand in both Burnley goals.

He said: "I take great value in the fact people come off the bench and make a difference. We've had it all season.

"I said to the lads at half time they'd actually got more freedom than they had before the game because at 1-0 down the expectation changes.

"I said we were staying on the front foot and playing with energy, playing from our shape, and whoever's on that pitch we're going to affect the game.

"I thought they delivered that very well in the second half, got the two goals - a very brave header from Shacks after a great ball in from Ross Wallace.

"Ingsy was effervescent, he never stopped. There was a bit of fortune in it but he deserved his goal.”

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9:46am Tue 11 Mar 14

wicklow says...

"Body on fire, head in the fridge"

Love it...UTC!
"Body on fire, head in the fridge" Love it...UTC! wicklow
  • Score: 7

10:07am Tue 11 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it:

Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok?

Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it

Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom

Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would

Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo.

Tom: Broke it? We smashed it.

Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind.

Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………
………………
…. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history.

Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves?

Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation

Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John?

John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave?

Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era

Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism.

Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you

Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City?

Tom: No Dave

Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom?

Tom: No

Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon?

Tom: Yes Dave

Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League.

Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo.

Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter.

Tom: We’ll never play you again.

Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code

Tom: But that’s not fair.

Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… ……………… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -13

10:11am Tue 11 Mar 14

stevewhipp says...

tl:dr. Summary: A Rovers fan posting as a Burnley fan blabs on.
tl:dr. Summary: A Rovers fan posting as a Burnley fan blabs on. stevewhipp
  • Score: 4

10:27am Tue 11 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it:

Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok?

Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it

Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom

Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would

Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo.

Tom: Broke it? We smashed it.

Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind.

Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………

��…………

…. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history.

Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves?

Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation

Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John?

John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave?

Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era

Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism.

Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you

Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City?

Tom: No Dave

Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom?

Tom: No

Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon?

Tom: Yes Dave

Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League.

Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo.

Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter.

Tom: We’ll never play you again.

Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code

Tom: But that’s not fair.

Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
Have you got some kind of typing tourettes?

WTF is wrong with you? Everyone on here knows you are Fake Villa or Bubble Pop FC, wooden seats or Keep Darwen Green or whichever of the pseudonyms you are using today so why do you insist on posting line upon line of absolute tosh?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… ��………… … …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]Have you got some kind of typing tourettes? WTF is wrong with you? Everyone on here knows you are Fake Villa or Bubble Pop FC, wooden seats or Keep Darwen Green or whichever of the pseudonyms you are using today so why do you insist on posting line upon line of absolute tosh? Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 9

11:00am Tue 11 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch
, beaten-at-home-by-Bu
rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club.

It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win.

We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge.

I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth.

We all know what it is.

TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football.

I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.
The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch , beaten-at-home-by-Bu rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club. It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win. We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge. I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth. We all know what it is. TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football. I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 13

11:01am Tue 11 Mar 14

u owe u owe says...

Oh dear tommy boy, FYI Blackburn didn't have a war with Argentina, the british armed forces had a training exercise on the Falklands.
As for Thatcher doing her 'business' in Blackburn, it is a cesspit after all.
Could go on but things to do,
Oh dear tommy boy, FYI Blackburn didn't have a war with Argentina, the british armed forces had a training exercise on the Falklands. As for Thatcher doing her 'business' in Blackburn, it is a cesspit after all. Could go on but things to do, u owe u owe
  • Score: 7

12:18pm Tue 11 Mar 14

FCBurnley says...

We WON and that is all that matters.
We WON and that is all that matters. FCBurnley
  • Score: 4

12:37pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup .
Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too,
Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,
''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup . Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too, Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy, Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -3

12:53pm Tue 11 Mar 14

MikeMada says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch

, beaten-at-home-by-Bu

rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club.

It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win.

We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge.

I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth.

We all know what it is.

TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football.

I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.
...and always have been...
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch , beaten-at-home-by-Bu rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club. It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win. We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge. I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth. We all know what it is. TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football. I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.[/p][/quote]...and always have been... MikeMada
  • Score: 2

1:31pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup .
Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too,
Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,
Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream?

And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are.

Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble.
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: ''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup . Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too, Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,[/p][/quote]Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream? And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are. Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 8

1:47pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup .
Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too,
Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,
Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream?

And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are.

Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble.
jealous of a smaller club that will never win the Prem, get real scruffy boy , youll be screaming 'Judas' again soon.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: ''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup . Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too, Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,[/p][/quote]Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream? And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are. Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble.[/p][/quote]jealous of a smaller club that will never win the Prem, get real scruffy boy , youll be screaming 'Judas' again soon. Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -5

2:09pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup .
Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too,
Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,
Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream?

And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are.

Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble.
jealous of a smaller club that will never win the Prem, get real scruffy boy , youll be screaming 'Judas' again soon.
You've got to be in it to win it though haven't you Keano my deluded little vaginal wart.

And you will NEVER EVER be in the Premier League ever again will you, because on the financial mismanagement journey you are currently on, you will be on a one way ticket to the lower leagues, but I am sure in maybe 35 years oh so, we may get you in a cup competition or something to give you a little bit of hope.

Bye
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: ''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup . Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too, Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,[/p][/quote]Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream? And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are. Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble.[/p][/quote]jealous of a smaller club that will never win the Prem, get real scruffy boy , youll be screaming 'Judas' again soon.[/p][/quote]You've got to be in it to win it though haven't you Keano my deluded little vaginal wart. And you will NEVER EVER be in the Premier League ever again will you, because on the financial mismanagement journey you are currently on, you will be on a one way ticket to the lower leagues, but I am sure in maybe 35 years oh so, we may get you in a cup competition or something to give you a little bit of hope. Bye Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 5

2:13pm Tue 11 Mar 14

tall in the saddle says...

According to the BBC 23 points is biggest difference EVER between Burnley and Blackburn when they have been in the same division. It’s almost like being in another league – which it will be soon.
According to the BBC 23 points is biggest difference EVER between Burnley and Blackburn when they have been in the same division. It’s almost like being in another league – which it will be soon. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 3

2:14pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup .
Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too,
Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,
Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream?

And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are.

Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble.
jealous of a smaller club that will never win the Prem, get real scruffy boy , youll be screaming 'Judas' again soon.
It was only recently we were a little club who had lost star man Charlie Austin and were punching well about our weight and would soon be found out by the bigger teams in the Championship. You were wrong.

Then we were just a lucky club that had yet to be struck with injuries and suspensions, and it would all end in tears. You were wrong.

Then you claimed we'd be below you by Christmas and we'd capitulate "as usual" allowing you to wave at us on the way past to your "rightful place". You were wrong.

Then you claimed that the transfer window would be our undoing. And that Ings, Vokes and Trippier would all be sold by our "greedy directors". You were wrong.

Then you claimed that our manager would move on to "better things" by taking up the vacant post at any number of bottom half Premier League clubs as the new year sackings began. You were wrong.

Then you moved the goal posts to the end of Jan, calculating that if you won all of your games and we lost all of ours you might come within a point or two of us. You were wrong.

Then you said we had to win our "cup final" and that 34 years would soon become 35 years (or whatever it was) and that we stood no chance of turning you over at Ewood. YOU WERE WRONG.

Now your entire season revolves around Burnley not achieving automatic promotion and only being able to claim a play-off place. That could have been possible had you taken your big chance and beat us at Ewood. YOU FAILED.

We are now a healthy 8 points and 10 goals better off than 3rd place Derby with a winnable run of games to come. We also have yet to play Leicester at home.

How painful would it be for you if we now went on and won the league?

So I think the above poster is correct on two counts...
1. You are jealous.
2. You are a cockwomble.
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: ''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup . Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too, Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,[/p][/quote]Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream? And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are. Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble.[/p][/quote]jealous of a smaller club that will never win the Prem, get real scruffy boy , youll be screaming 'Judas' again soon.[/p][/quote]It was only recently we were a little club who had lost star man Charlie Austin and were punching well about our weight and would soon be found out by the bigger teams in the Championship. You were wrong. Then we were just a lucky club that had yet to be struck with injuries and suspensions, and it would all end in tears. You were wrong. Then you claimed we'd be below you by Christmas and we'd capitulate "as usual" allowing you to wave at us on the way past to your "rightful place". You were wrong. Then you claimed that the transfer window would be our undoing. And that Ings, Vokes and Trippier would all be sold by our "greedy directors". You were wrong. Then you claimed that our manager would move on to "better things" by taking up the vacant post at any number of bottom half Premier League clubs as the new year sackings began. You were wrong. Then you moved the goal posts to the end of Jan, calculating that if you won all of your games and we lost all of ours you might come within a point or two of us. You were wrong. Then you said we had to win our "cup final" and that 34 years would soon become 35 years (or whatever it was) and that we stood no chance of turning you over at Ewood. YOU WERE WRONG. Now your entire season revolves around Burnley not achieving automatic promotion and only being able to claim a play-off place. That could have been possible had you taken your big chance and beat us at Ewood. YOU FAILED. We are now a healthy 8 points and 10 goals better off than 3rd place Derby with a winnable run of games to come. We also have yet to play Leicester at home. How painful would it be for you if we now went on and won the league? So I think the above poster is correct on two counts... 1. You are jealous. 2. You are a cockwomble. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 9

7:46pm Tue 11 Mar 14

McClaret says...

Number of bitter blues around at the moment.
Number of bitter blues around at the moment. McClaret
  • Score: 3

8:13pm Tue 11 Mar 14

RobH2O says...

McClaret wrote:
Number of bitter blues around at the moment.
At the moment? That's a permanent state of affairs!
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Number of bitter blues around at the moment.[/p][/quote]At the moment? That's a permanent state of affairs! RobH2O
  • Score: 1

8:19pm Tue 11 Mar 14

RobH2O says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup .
Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too,
Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,
We run our club properly twa.t face. Carefully husbandry. We don't have millions injected in to go and win the Prem. You ruined it for all that followed except the mega-big clubs.

You come back when you win it without injected wealth. Your two titles prior to buying the 1995 hijack where far more impressive. You easily bought glitter balls never mention those do you.

And whilst we are at it Bill Fox is the real hero for your club. Any tossa with loads of money can drop into a club. Its not big and its not clever. Bill Fox kept your club alive when you had to run it in the manner the rest of us do.

No statue to him, eh. Completely sums you up.
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: ''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup . Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too, Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,[/p][/quote]We run our club properly twa.t face. Carefully husbandry. We don't have millions injected in to go and win the Prem. You ruined it for all that followed except the mega-big clubs. You come back when you win it without injected wealth. Your two titles prior to buying the 1995 hijack where far more impressive. You easily bought glitter balls never mention those do you. And whilst we are at it Bill Fox is the real hero for your club. Any tossa with loads of money can drop into a club. Its not big and its not clever. Bill Fox kept your club alive when you had to run it in the manner the rest of us do. No statue to him, eh. Completely sums you up. RobH2O
  • Score: 4

9:45pm Tue 11 Mar 14

burnleyfan4life says...

QPR loss - Derby draw - get innnnnn!!!
QPR loss - Derby draw - get innnnnn!!! burnleyfan4life
  • Score: 4

2:30am Wed 12 Mar 14

Monte says...

Fake Tom,

I have got to admit to being ever so slightly amused by the way you introduced your next character Dave in your twisted and deluded life. I especially liked the bit about Thatcher, IRA, Twin Towers, lol

I actually suggest getting yourself on a creative writing course and wean yourself away from making a prat out of yourself daily. Its not gonna finish well, as your team duly slides down the leagues.

With your insight to schizophrenia/multi personality disorders/mental illness you could surely write something. Maybe a film script or something, it could be fantastic.

But football is not your subject, is it? Be honest !!!
Fake Tom, I have got to admit to being ever so slightly amused by the way you introduced your next character Dave in your twisted and deluded life. I especially liked the bit about Thatcher, IRA, Twin Towers, lol I actually suggest getting yourself on a creative writing course and wean yourself away from making a prat out of yourself daily. Its not gonna finish well, as your team duly slides down the leagues. With your insight to schizophrenia/multi personality disorders/mental illness you could surely write something. Maybe a film script or something, it could be fantastic. But football is not your subject, is it? Be honest !!! Monte
  • Score: 7

9:04am Wed 12 Mar 14

houseclaret says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch

, beaten-at-home-by-Bu

rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club.

It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win.

We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge.

I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth.

We all know what it is.

TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football.

I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.
My sentiments for months, under whatever name it posts.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch , beaten-at-home-by-Bu rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club. It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win. We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge. I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth. We all know what it is. TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football. I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.[/p][/quote]My sentiments for months, under whatever name it posts. houseclaret
  • Score: 1

9:11am Wed 12 Mar 14

houseclaret says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup .
Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too,
Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,
Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream?

And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are.

Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble.
jealous of a smaller club that will never win the Prem, get real scruffy boy , youll be screaming 'Judas' again soon.
We HAVE won it twice, only it was called the First Division. A change of name doesn't make it a different competition, it's still the top flight of English football. Besides, do you really think that you will ever win it again. It will never happen for the likes of us (meaning Burnley AND Rovers) until the obsession with money goes away. Neither of us will ever be able to compete with the stupid money paid to the likes of Rooney et al by the big clubs. I can't wait for the day that Sky pulls the pug (I can dream can't I?) and we have something approaching a level playing field again.
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: ''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup . Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too, Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,[/p][/quote]Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream? And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are. Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble.[/p][/quote]jealous of a smaller club that will never win the Prem, get real scruffy boy , youll be screaming 'Judas' again soon.[/p][/quote]We HAVE won it twice, only it was called the First Division. A change of name doesn't make it a different competition, it's still the top flight of English football. Besides, do you really think that you will ever win it again. It will never happen for the likes of us (meaning Burnley AND Rovers) until the obsession with money goes away. Neither of us will ever be able to compete with the stupid money paid to the likes of Rooney et al by the big clubs. I can't wait for the day that Sky pulls the pug (I can dream can't I?) and we have something approaching a level playing field again. houseclaret
  • Score: 2

9:16am Wed 12 Mar 14

houseclaret says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup .
Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too,
Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,
Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream?

And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are.

Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble.
jealous of a smaller club that will never win the Prem, get real scruffy boy , youll be screaming 'Judas' again soon.
It was only recently we were a little club who had lost star man Charlie Austin and were punching well about our weight and would soon be found out by the bigger teams in the Championship. You were wrong.

Then we were just a lucky club that had yet to be struck with injuries and suspensions, and it would all end in tears. You were wrong.

Then you claimed we'd be below you by Christmas and we'd capitulate "as usual" allowing you to wave at us on the way past to your "rightful place". You were wrong.

Then you claimed that the transfer window would be our undoing. And that Ings, Vokes and Trippier would all be sold by our "greedy directors". You were wrong.

Then you claimed that our manager would move on to "better things" by taking up the vacant post at any number of bottom half Premier League clubs as the new year sackings began. You were wrong.

Then you moved the goal posts to the end of Jan, calculating that if you won all of your games and we lost all of ours you might come within a point or two of us. You were wrong.

Then you said we had to win our "cup final" and that 34 years would soon become 35 years (or whatever it was) and that we stood no chance of turning you over at Ewood. YOU WERE WRONG.

Now your entire season revolves around Burnley not achieving automatic promotion and only being able to claim a play-off place. That could have been possible had you taken your big chance and beat us at Ewood. YOU FAILED.

We are now a healthy 8 points and 10 goals better off than 3rd place Derby with a winnable run of games to come. We also have yet to play Leicester at home.

How painful would it be for you if we now went on and won the league?

So I think the above poster is correct on two counts...
1. You are jealous.
2. You are a cockwomble.
Couldn't have said it better myself. Also the results last night mean that a win tonight means a 10 (ten) point gap!! We can even afford to draw (or even lose) and it won't be a disaster. Oh deep joy.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: ''Dyche has no concerns that his players will get carried away by their win at Ewood'' yes so sad , it must feel like theyve achieved winning the World Cup . Beating bigger clubs does happen occasionally, look at Manu they are having a bad season too, Come back when your Clubs name is etched on the PL trophy,[/p][/quote]Come back when you have a chance of promotion to the Premier League - you know that place where you have dreamed of returning to, where you have appointed manager after manager in order to try and get you there, and spend tens of millions of pounds on trying to achieve your dream? And here is little old Burnley, having spent just £400k in 18 months and look where we are. Your jealousy is hilarious you little cockwomble.[/p][/quote]jealous of a smaller club that will never win the Prem, get real scruffy boy , youll be screaming 'Judas' again soon.[/p][/quote]It was only recently we were a little club who had lost star man Charlie Austin and were punching well about our weight and would soon be found out by the bigger teams in the Championship. You were wrong. Then we were just a lucky club that had yet to be struck with injuries and suspensions, and it would all end in tears. You were wrong. Then you claimed we'd be below you by Christmas and we'd capitulate "as usual" allowing you to wave at us on the way past to your "rightful place". You were wrong. Then you claimed that the transfer window would be our undoing. And that Ings, Vokes and Trippier would all be sold by our "greedy directors". You were wrong. Then you claimed that our manager would move on to "better things" by taking up the vacant post at any number of bottom half Premier League clubs as the new year sackings began. You were wrong. Then you moved the goal posts to the end of Jan, calculating that if you won all of your games and we lost all of ours you might come within a point or two of us. You were wrong. Then you said we had to win our "cup final" and that 34 years would soon become 35 years (or whatever it was) and that we stood no chance of turning you over at Ewood. YOU WERE WRONG. Now your entire season revolves around Burnley not achieving automatic promotion and only being able to claim a play-off place. That could have been possible had you taken your big chance and beat us at Ewood. YOU FAILED. We are now a healthy 8 points and 10 goals better off than 3rd place Derby with a winnable run of games to come. We also have yet to play Leicester at home. How painful would it be for you if we now went on and won the league? So I think the above poster is correct on two counts... 1. You are jealous. 2. You are a cockwomble.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have said it better myself. Also the results last night mean that a win tonight means a 10 (ten) point gap!! We can even afford to draw (or even lose) and it won't be a disaster. Oh deep joy. houseclaret
  • Score: 2

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