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Stanislas a doubt as Burnley boss admits ‘we’re stretched’

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley winger Junior Stanislas is a doubt for tomorrow’s clash at Watford with a hamstring injury Burnley winger Junior Stanislas is a doubt for tomorrow’s clash at Watford with a hamstring injury

BURNLEY manager Sean Dyche declared his side “the most stretched” since he took charge, with Junior Stanislas potentially added to the list of casualties.

The Clarets are already definitely without injured striker Sam Vokes and suspended midfielder Dean Marney for tomorrow’s trip to Watford, Kieran Trippier is a doubt despite a full week’s training while it is unlikely that Danny Ings will be fit in time to feature.

On top of that, in training yesterday winger Stanislas complained of a tight hamstring, putting question marks over his availability at Vicarage Road.

However, Dyche expects the situation to look more positive after the weekend in preparation for the midweek trip to Barnsley, with Marney completing a two-match ban tomorrow, while Trippier stands a greater chance of being involved against his old club.

“It’s really positive with Kieran. Saturday (tomorrow) might come too quick for him, we’ve got to be sure on that. We’re as stretched now as we have been probably in my time at the club, because last year we had a bigger squad,” said Dyche.

“But that’s another reason why we’ve got to be super careful because we have got big games coming and it’s not just about Saturday, there are games beyond that. But Kieran’s had a week’s training so we’re really confident of him, possibly not Saturday but beyond that.

“Ingsy’s back on the grass and he’s moving well which is great news, so he’s making a good recovery providing it all keeps going well.

“Junior’s got a tight hamstring, which is a shame because we are stretched at the moment.

“It’s a strange situation, we’re really stretched today and yet come Monday it looks totally different.”

The development squad’s semi final with Manchester City in the the Under 21s Premier League Cup left the squad even lower on numbers in training this week.

“It’s been a challenge because we’ve had about 14 training. The development squad had a big game the other night against Manchester City to deal with,” said Dyche.

“That’s been a different scenario for us to work with that low a number.”
Dyche revealed a number of the younger players from the development squad would be travelling with the first team for tomorrow’s game at Watford.

Meanwhile Vokes’ operation, which was due to take place this week, was postponed because the surgeon wanted to allow time for the swelling in the striker’s knee to subside.

“He hasn’t had the operation, the specialist just felt it needed a bit more calming down, purely for the swelling presumably so that he can do the operation as clearly and as cleanly as he wants to do it,” said Dyche.

The Clarets boss added of Vokes: “His spirits are good. It is what it is. Players know what their careers are about and they know that injuries unfortunately can be part of that, it’s just one of those things.

“He’s accepting of it and he knows there’s a recovery period that will mean hard work and graft, he also knows he’s got a great support system here and the positive manner in which the staff and myself work, he knows he’s in a good place.”

The operation is set to be re-scheduled for some time in the next week to 10 days.

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9:24am Fri 4 Apr 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -29

9:33am Fri 4 Apr 14

MET1983 says...

There's no good time to get injuries, but I would prefer them now as opposed to a few months ago, we dont need a fancy finish, lets just scrape over the line and get into the PL!
There's no good time to get injuries, but I would prefer them now as opposed to a few months ago, we dont need a fancy finish, lets just scrape over the line and get into the PL! MET1983
  • Score: 10

9:36am Fri 4 Apr 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll,

Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll, Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 18

9:57am Fri 4 Apr 14

Garylla says...

MET1983 wrote:
There's no good time to get injuries, but I would prefer them now as opposed to a few months ago, we dont need a fancy finish, lets just scrape over the line and get into the PL!
If it had been a few months ago you'd be fighting a relegation battle but whichever division you're in next year you'll be fighting relegation. If you go up, obvious, if you stay down Dyche, Ings Vokes and the full back will be on their way and normal service will be resumed. Feel lucky that you had your one important win whilst Rovers had 5 players out injured. Rovers, Championship Champions 2014-15.
[quote][p][bold]MET1983[/bold] wrote: There's no good time to get injuries, but I would prefer them now as opposed to a few months ago, we dont need a fancy finish, lets just scrape over the line and get into the PL![/p][/quote]If it had been a few months ago you'd be fighting a relegation battle but whichever division you're in next year you'll be fighting relegation. If you go up, obvious, if you stay down Dyche, Ings Vokes and the full back will be on their way and normal service will be resumed. Feel lucky that you had your one important win whilst Rovers had 5 players out injured. Rovers, Championship Champions 2014-15. Garylla
  • Score: -23

10:11am Fri 4 Apr 14

twquick says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Did that make you feel better little one? How many times did you edit over your little piece to make sure it was just so? No amount of rationalizing will change the table. Burnley is second, blackburn eleventh. Deal with it. GO CLARETS!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]Did that make you feel better little one? How many times did you edit over your little piece to make sure it was just so? No amount of rationalizing will change the table. Burnley is second, blackburn eleventh. Deal with it. GO CLARETS! twquick
  • Score: 12

10:11am Fri 4 Apr 14

Frisson says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll,

Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.
marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll, Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.[/p][/quote]marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well. Frisson
  • Score: -14

10:19am Fri 4 Apr 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Garylla wrote:
MET1983 wrote:
There's no good time to get injuries, but I would prefer them now as opposed to a few months ago, we dont need a fancy finish, lets just scrape over the line and get into the PL!
If it had been a few months ago you'd be fighting a relegation battle but whichever division you're in next year you'll be fighting relegation. If you go up, obvious, if you stay down Dyche, Ings Vokes and the full back will be on their way and normal service will be resumed. Feel lucky that you had your one important win whilst Rovers had 5 players out injured. Rovers, Championship Champions 2014-15.
That heroin is really strong in Shadsworth this morning.

Championship Champions? ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ah ah

It is the hope that kills you
[quote][p][bold]Garylla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MET1983[/bold] wrote: There's no good time to get injuries, but I would prefer them now as opposed to a few months ago, we dont need a fancy finish, lets just scrape over the line and get into the PL![/p][/quote]If it had been a few months ago you'd be fighting a relegation battle but whichever division you're in next year you'll be fighting relegation. If you go up, obvious, if you stay down Dyche, Ings Vokes and the full back will be on their way and normal service will be resumed. Feel lucky that you had your one important win whilst Rovers had 5 players out injured. Rovers, Championship Champions 2014-15.[/p][/quote]That heroin is really strong in Shadsworth this morning. Championship Champions? ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ah ah It is the hope that kills you Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 9

10:22am Fri 4 Apr 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Frisson wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll,

Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.
marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.
And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels.

Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three.

We'll never play you again
[quote][p][bold]Frisson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll, Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.[/p][/quote]marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.[/p][/quote]And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels. Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three. We'll never play you again Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 9

10:33am Fri 4 Apr 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Frisson wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll,

Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.
marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.
And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels.

Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three.

We'll never play you again
I can't follow you. Is that Division Three of a Football League?
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Frisson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll, Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.[/p][/quote]marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.[/p][/quote]And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels. Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three. We'll never play you again[/p][/quote]I can't follow you. Is that Division Three of a Football League? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -5

10:34am Fri 4 Apr 14

MET1983 says...

Garylla wrote:
MET1983 wrote:
There's no good time to get injuries, but I would prefer them now as opposed to a few months ago, we dont need a fancy finish, lets just scrape over the line and get into the PL!
If it had been a few months ago you'd be fighting a relegation battle but whichever division you're in next year you'll be fighting relegation. If you go up, obvious, if you stay down Dyche, Ings Vokes and the full back will be on their way and normal service will be resumed. Feel lucky that you had your one important win whilst Rovers had 5 players out injured. Rovers, Championship Champions 2014-15.
Thanks, I needed a good laugh this morning! Theres no doubt we will have a fight to survive if we go up, however I would prefer one season in the top teir of english football, as opposed to mid-table mediocrity in the championship. Much like yourselves!
[quote][p][bold]Garylla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MET1983[/bold] wrote: There's no good time to get injuries, but I would prefer them now as opposed to a few months ago, we dont need a fancy finish, lets just scrape over the line and get into the PL![/p][/quote]If it had been a few months ago you'd be fighting a relegation battle but whichever division you're in next year you'll be fighting relegation. If you go up, obvious, if you stay down Dyche, Ings Vokes and the full back will be on their way and normal service will be resumed. Feel lucky that you had your one important win whilst Rovers had 5 players out injured. Rovers, Championship Champions 2014-15.[/p][/quote]Thanks, I needed a good laugh this morning! Theres no doubt we will have a fight to survive if we go up, however I would prefer one season in the top teir of english football, as opposed to mid-table mediocrity in the championship. Much like yourselves! MET1983
  • Score: 6

10:36am Fri 4 Apr 14

RobH2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Didn't you recently lose your spot at the Comedy Club in Manchester Northern Quarter? Well, I think getting rid of you was unjust. Here is written proof that you are a total f.u.ckin' comedian. Lets all laugh at Fake BRFC The People's Champions etc.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]Didn't you recently lose your spot at the Comedy Club in Manchester Northern Quarter? Well, I think getting rid of you was unjust. Here is written proof that you are a total f.u.ckin' comedian. Lets all laugh at Fake BRFC The People's Champions etc. RobH2O
  • Score: 7

10:42am Fri 4 Apr 14

RobH2O says...

MET1983 wrote:
Garylla wrote:
MET1983 wrote:
There's no good time to get injuries, but I would prefer them now as opposed to a few months ago, we dont need a fancy finish, lets just scrape over the line and get into the PL!
If it had been a few months ago you'd be fighting a relegation battle but whichever division you're in next year you'll be fighting relegation. If you go up, obvious, if you stay down Dyche, Ings Vokes and the full back will be on their way and normal service will be resumed. Feel lucky that you had your one important win whilst Rovers had 5 players out injured. Rovers, Championship Champions 2014-15.
Thanks, I needed a good laugh this morning! Theres no doubt we will have a fight to survive if we go up, however I would prefer one season in the top teir of english football, as opposed to mid-table mediocrity in the championship. Much like yourselves!
You're not as funny Tom Ti/t but good try. Give the comedy club in Manc that kicked him out a try. They may take you on.
[quote][p][bold]MET1983[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Garylla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MET1983[/bold] wrote: There's no good time to get injuries, but I would prefer them now as opposed to a few months ago, we dont need a fancy finish, lets just scrape over the line and get into the PL![/p][/quote]If it had been a few months ago you'd be fighting a relegation battle but whichever division you're in next year you'll be fighting relegation. If you go up, obvious, if you stay down Dyche, Ings Vokes and the full back will be on their way and normal service will be resumed. Feel lucky that you had your one important win whilst Rovers had 5 players out injured. Rovers, Championship Champions 2014-15.[/p][/quote]Thanks, I needed a good laugh this morning! Theres no doubt we will have a fight to survive if we go up, however I would prefer one season in the top teir of english football, as opposed to mid-table mediocrity in the championship. Much like yourselves![/p][/quote]You're not as funny Tom Ti/t but good try. Give the comedy club in Manc that kicked him out a try. They may take you on. RobH2O
  • Score: 4

10:43am Fri 4 Apr 14

RobH2O says...

Sorry Met. That was not meant for you. Working and commenting at the same time doesn't work! UTC
Sorry Met. That was not meant for you. Working and commenting at the same time doesn't work! UTC RobH2O
  • Score: 4

10:48am Fri 4 Apr 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Frisson wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll,

Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.
marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.
And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels.

Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three.

We'll never play you again
I can't follow you. Is that Division Three of a Football League?
That's true, you definitely can't follow us because WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE, and you are just another middling little Championship struggler attempting to avoid relegation.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Frisson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll, Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.[/p][/quote]marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.[/p][/quote]And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels. Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three. We'll never play you again[/p][/quote]I can't follow you. Is that Division Three of a Football League?[/p][/quote]That's true, you definitely can't follow us because WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE, and you are just another middling little Championship struggler attempting to avoid relegation. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 7

10:49am Fri 4 Apr 14

Frisson says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Frisson wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll,

Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.
marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.
And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels.

Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three.

We'll never play you again
quite contradictory arent you? You should really think before you reply. And as for never playing us again you maybe right as when we go up next season you will have been relegated on the lowest number of points ever gained in the PL. Now go take them spuds you may or may not have and empty the contents all over your nans face!
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Frisson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll, Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.[/p][/quote]marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.[/p][/quote]And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels. Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three. We'll never play you again[/p][/quote]quite contradictory arent you? You should really think before you reply. And as for never playing us again you maybe right as when we go up next season you will have been relegated on the lowest number of points ever gained in the PL. Now go take them spuds you may or may not have and empty the contents all over your nans face! Frisson
  • Score: -5

11:04am Fri 4 Apr 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Frisson wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Frisson wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll,

Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.
marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.
And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels.

Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three.

We'll never play you again
quite contradictory arent you? You should really think before you reply. And as for never playing us again you maybe right as when we go up next season you will have been relegated on the lowest number of points ever gained in the PL. Now go take them spuds you may or may not have and empty the contents all over your nans face!
I admire your blind optimism, but I really think you need to ask your carer what is really likely to happen next season when you have no Jordan Rhodes, no Grant Hanley, No money, no decent manager, no incoming players = no hope.

As for the lowest points total malarky - didn't you gonks say that in 2010.

Awww I can tell that you are still bitter about the late Mr Walker no longer **** pound coins into your awful little tinpot club aren't you?

LONG LIVE THE VENKYS - Ruining Blackburn better than any Burnley fan could since 2010
[quote][p][bold]Frisson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Frisson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll, Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.[/p][/quote]marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.[/p][/quote]And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels. Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three. We'll never play you again[/p][/quote]quite contradictory arent you? You should really think before you reply. And as for never playing us again you maybe right as when we go up next season you will have been relegated on the lowest number of points ever gained in the PL. Now go take them spuds you may or may not have and empty the contents all over your nans face![/p][/quote]I admire your blind optimism, but I really think you need to ask your carer what is really likely to happen next season when you have no Jordan Rhodes, no Grant Hanley, No money, no decent manager, no incoming players = no hope. As for the lowest points total malarky - didn't you gonks say that in 2010. Awww I can tell that you are still bitter about the late Mr Walker no longer **** pound coins into your awful little tinpot club aren't you? LONG LIVE THE VENKYS - Ruining Blackburn better than any Burnley fan could since 2010 Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 4

11:13am Fri 4 Apr 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Frisson wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll,

Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.
marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.
And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels.

Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three.

We'll never play you again
I can't follow you. Is that Division Three of a Football League?
That's true, you definitely can't follow us because WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE, and you are just another middling little Championship struggler attempting to avoid relegation.
You are not Premier League. Even IF Burnley are promoted, it will still not be a Premier League club. All your comments demonstrate this.

Blackburn are doing better than Burnley were this time last year. Their squad is developing. Their manager is developing and who knows, he may also develop a new training and dietary philosophy which prevents injuries like Dyche has. Scratch that, just been shown to be a load of carp.

So Blackburns chances of going up next season look far better than Burnleys at staying up IF promoted. In either case, will Dyche still be there come the end of the season. I think not. Is Brian Laws available?

And the money will see you right you say? What happened last time? Did you not subsequently post losses? The 'business' does not retain more money. In the Premier League cash flow just goes up at the risk of financial ruin of the club. All because Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool need some cannon fodder to work it out amongst them. Pretty boring really. And with that squad you will get bored of getting beaten. Every week.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Frisson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll, Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.[/p][/quote]marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.[/p][/quote]And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels. Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three. We'll never play you again[/p][/quote]I can't follow you. Is that Division Three of a Football League?[/p][/quote]That's true, you definitely can't follow us because WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE, and you are just another middling little Championship struggler attempting to avoid relegation.[/p][/quote]You are not Premier League. Even IF Burnley are promoted, it will still not be a Premier League club. All your comments demonstrate this. Blackburn are doing better than Burnley were this time last year. Their squad is developing. Their manager is developing and who knows, he may also develop a new training and dietary philosophy which prevents injuries like Dyche has. Scratch that, just been shown to be a load of carp. So Blackburns chances of going up next season look far better than Burnleys at staying up IF promoted. In either case, will Dyche still be there come the end of the season. I think not. Is Brian Laws available? And the money will see you right you say? What happened last time? Did you not subsequently post losses? The 'business' does not retain more money. In the Premier League cash flow just goes up at the risk of financial ruin of the club. All because Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool need some cannon fodder to work it out amongst them. Pretty boring really. And with that squad you will get bored of getting beaten. Every week. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -4

11:15am Fri 4 Apr 14

garry_stockton says...

The news that Tripp and Ingsy are getting there is excellent to all us Clarets, Marney will be back next week also. Any result tomorrow will be a welcome bonus and even defeat will still give us breathing space and the time/ability to kick on. Clarets keep think ing positive, and remember those that are suffering through astonomical debt, extremely poor management, and a position in the league that is an accumulation of all things bestowed on them, by themselves. Keep dreaming of walking the promised land , because that is all that is left for the Nodad inbreds, along with total oblivion when the reality sets in next season , and the Clarets will be secure, and ready for the wonderful challenges ahead, Go Dyche!!!
The news that Tripp and Ingsy are getting there is excellent to all us Clarets, Marney will be back next week also. Any result tomorrow will be a welcome bonus and even defeat will still give us breathing space and the time/ability to kick on. Clarets keep think ing positive, and remember those that are suffering through astonomical debt, extremely poor management, and a position in the league that is an accumulation of all things bestowed on them, by themselves. Keep dreaming of walking the promised land , because that is all that is left for the Nodad inbreds, along with total oblivion when the reality sets in next season , and the Clarets will be secure, and ready for the wonderful challenges ahead, Go Dyche!!! garry_stockton
  • Score: 7

11:19am Fri 4 Apr 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Frisson wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll,

Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.
marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.
And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels.

Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three.

We'll never play you again
I can't follow you. Is that Division Three of a Football League?
That's true, you definitely can't follow us because WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE, and you are just another middling little Championship struggler attempting to avoid relegation.
You are not Premier League. Even IF Burnley are promoted, it will still not be a Premier League club. All your comments demonstrate this.

Blackburn are doing better than Burnley were this time last year. Their squad is developing. Their manager is developing and who knows, he may also develop a new training and dietary philosophy which prevents injuries like Dyche has. Scratch that, just been shown to be a load of carp.

So Blackburns chances of going up next season look far better than Burnleys at staying up IF promoted. In either case, will Dyche still be there come the end of the season. I think not. Is Brian Laws available?

And the money will see you right you say? What happened last time? Did you not subsequently post losses? The 'business' does not retain more money. In the Premier League cash flow just goes up at the risk of financial ruin of the club. All because Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool need some cannon fodder to work it out amongst them. Pretty boring really. And with that squad you will get bored of getting beaten. Every week.
Roughly translated as:

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
aah

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
aah

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
aah

I wish we were going up to the Premier League

It's just not fair

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
aah
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Frisson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]Ragged it? You are a **** awful troll, Run along and cry about your beloved Blackburn's demise into a relegation battling Division Two club, whereas the Mighty Clarets go marching on to the Premier League.[/p][/quote]marching to the PL maybe but crashing right back into the championship the season after will be well funny. Try going up and sustaining yourself up there for numerous seasons even thrown in winning the **** thing for good measure!!! Never EVER going to happen lad in your great great great great great grandsons life never mind yours!!! Oh well.[/p][/quote]And THAT is the best banter that these Blackburn inbred fools can come up with - that we are coming straight back down. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha bless them, it is like Burnley being such a good side and so much better than Inbredburn has knocked their banter ability down to schoolboy levels. Lets get this straight - Blackburn are NEVER EVER EVER going back into the Premier League, so yes we may come straight back down, but by the time we do, you will have a transfer embargo and will no doubt be relegated to Division Three. We'll never play you again[/p][/quote]I can't follow you. Is that Division Three of a Football League?[/p][/quote]That's true, you definitely can't follow us because WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE, and you are just another middling little Championship struggler attempting to avoid relegation.[/p][/quote]You are not Premier League. Even IF Burnley are promoted, it will still not be a Premier League club. All your comments demonstrate this. Blackburn are doing better than Burnley were this time last year. Their squad is developing. Their manager is developing and who knows, he may also develop a new training and dietary philosophy which prevents injuries like Dyche has. Scratch that, just been shown to be a load of carp. So Blackburns chances of going up next season look far better than Burnleys at staying up IF promoted. In either case, will Dyche still be there come the end of the season. I think not. Is Brian Laws available? And the money will see you right you say? What happened last time? Did you not subsequently post losses? The 'business' does not retain more money. In the Premier League cash flow just goes up at the risk of financial ruin of the club. All because Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool need some cannon fodder to work it out amongst them. Pretty boring really. And with that squad you will get bored of getting beaten. Every week.[/p][/quote]Roughly translated as: Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aah Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aah Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aah I wish we were going up to the Premier League It's just not fair Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aah Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 4

11:29am Fri 4 Apr 14

McClaret says...

garry_stockton wrote:
The news that Tripp and Ingsy are getting there is excellent to all us Clarets, Marney will be back next week also. Any result tomorrow will be a welcome bonus and even defeat will still give us breathing space and the time/ability to kick on. Clarets keep think ing positive, and remember those that are suffering through astonomical debt, extremely poor management, and a position in the league that is an accumulation of all things bestowed on them, by themselves. Keep dreaming of walking the promised land , because that is all that is left for the Nodad inbreds, along with total oblivion when the reality sets in next season , and the Clarets will be secure, and ready for the wonderful challenges ahead, Go Dyche!!!
Well done, relevant to the article. Agree re tomorrow, any result will be a bonus. certainly not risking players in such a tough away fixture and same for Tuesday.
The perfect scenario for me is that Wigan and Reading have secured play off places in time for us playing them and they are looking to protect players whilst we have ours fit for the run in.
One season in the sun is all we need this time because we once again own our own assets as opposed to being completely owned by the back pocket of an Indian billionaire chicken farmer who looks at Blackburn as corn feed. .
[quote][p][bold]garry_stockton[/bold] wrote: The news that Tripp and Ingsy are getting there is excellent to all us Clarets, Marney will be back next week also. Any result tomorrow will be a welcome bonus and even defeat will still give us breathing space and the time/ability to kick on. Clarets keep think ing positive, and remember those that are suffering through astonomical debt, extremely poor management, and a position in the league that is an accumulation of all things bestowed on them, by themselves. Keep dreaming of walking the promised land , because that is all that is left for the Nodad inbreds, along with total oblivion when the reality sets in next season , and the Clarets will be secure, and ready for the wonderful challenges ahead, Go Dyche!!![/p][/quote]Well done, relevant to the article. Agree re tomorrow, any result will be a bonus. certainly not risking players in such a tough away fixture and same for Tuesday. The perfect scenario for me is that Wigan and Reading have secured play off places in time for us playing them and they are looking to protect players whilst we have ours fit for the run in. One season in the sun is all we need this time because we once again own our own assets as opposed to being completely owned by the back pocket of an Indian billionaire chicken farmer who looks at Blackburn as corn feed. . McClaret
  • Score: 4

11:36am Fri 4 Apr 14

tall in the saddle says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
I see you posted this one Jordan Rhodes story. He says he wants to play in PL next season. I think Burnley may sign him. The problem is of course that you lot overpaid for him. Still the fire sale is on the way. Venkys not visiting is more than an ominous sign. I note that you messed up again the other night against Brighton. Defence more porous than a tea bag. But you are still on track for the play-off’s oh but how long is now since Gary’s Gang managed a win? A loss tomorrow and the Paterless one’s will be throwing their Baked Bean filled pies at Mr Glitter. Meantime we will have players back from rest and gain our automatic promotion spot. Bet your off the Grand National for some titivation tomorrow. What’s your money on Our Father?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]I see you posted this one Jordan Rhodes story. He says he wants to play in PL next season. I think Burnley may sign him. The problem is of course that you lot overpaid for him. Still the fire sale is on the way. Venkys not visiting is more than an ominous sign. I note that you messed up again the other night against Brighton. Defence more porous than a tea bag. But you are still on track for the play-off’s oh but how long is now since Gary’s Gang managed a win? A loss tomorrow and the Paterless one’s will be throwing their Baked Bean filled pies at Mr Glitter. Meantime we will have players back from rest and gain our automatic promotion spot. Bet your off the Grand National for some titivation tomorrow. What’s your money on Our Father? tall in the saddle
  • Score: 4

11:39am Fri 4 Apr 14

tall in the saddle says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
I see you posted this one Jordan Rhodes story. He says he wants to play in PL next season. I think Burnley may sign him. The problem is of course that you lot overpaid for him. Still the fire sale is on the way. Venkys not visiting is more than an ominous sign. I note that you messed up again the other night against Brighton. Defence more porous than a tea bag. But you are still on track for the play-off’s oh but how long is now since Gary’s Gang managed a win? A loss tomorrow and the Paterless one’s will be throwing their Baked Bean filled pies at Mr Glitter. Meantime we will have players back from rest and gain our automatic promotion spot. Bet your off the Grand National for some titivation tomorrow. What’s your money on Our Father?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]I see you posted this one Jordan Rhodes story. He says he wants to play in PL next season. I think Burnley may sign him. The problem is of course that you lot overpaid for him. Still the fire sale is on the way. Venkys not visiting is more than an ominous sign. I note that you messed up again the other night against Brighton. Defence more porous than a tea bag. But you are still on track for the play-off’s oh but how long is now since Gary’s Gang managed a win? A loss tomorrow and the Paterless one’s will be throwing their Baked Bean filled pies at Mr Glitter. Meantime we will have players back from rest and gain our automatic promotion spot. Bet your off the Grand National for some titivation tomorrow. What’s your money on Our Father? tall in the saddle
  • Score: 3

11:42am Fri 4 Apr 14

garry_stockton says...

What an oversized pri-k TMT must be , I bet anyone, even he doesnt know what he is talkin about. The drugs he is surely takin are not even makin him happy, just deluded and bitter . Living in a world of jealousy is something that carries a lot of social health problems, trips to the STD clinic, Paranoia, Depression, Deafness, Blind symptoms(suggest boxing glovesin bed), also suggest a bucket of Venkys chicken **** to help recovery, I do not have any sympathy it is his choice of life. Another suggestion is to try sticking your head up your ar-e, and holding your breath and do us all a favour. Meanwhile all Clarets will submit their votes for Knob of the LET Year. End of.
What an oversized pri-k TMT must be , I bet anyone, even he doesnt know what he is talkin about. The drugs he is surely takin are not even makin him happy, just deluded and bitter . Living in a world of jealousy is something that carries a lot of social health problems, trips to the STD clinic, Paranoia, Depression, Deafness, Blind symptoms(suggest boxing glovesin bed), also suggest a bucket of Venkys chicken **** to help recovery, I do not have any sympathy it is his choice of life. Another suggestion is to try sticking your head up your ar-e, and holding your breath and do us all a favour. Meanwhile all Clarets will submit their votes for Knob of the LET Year. End of. garry_stockton
  • Score: 3

11:49am Fri 4 Apr 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
I see you posted this one Jordan Rhodes story. He says he wants to play in PL next season. I think Burnley may sign him. The problem is of course that you lot overpaid for him. Still the fire sale is on the way. Venkys not visiting is more than an ominous sign. I note that you messed up again the other night against Brighton. Defence more porous than a tea bag. But you are still on track for the play-off’s oh but how long is now since Gary’s Gang managed a win? A loss tomorrow and the Paterless one’s will be throwing their Baked Bean filled pies at Mr Glitter. Meantime we will have players back from rest and gain our automatic promotion spot. Bet your off the Grand National for some titivation tomorrow. What’s your money on Our Father?
Don't forget though, according to some of the geniuses that have posted on this thread, Rovers are going to win the Championship next season apparently, even with Agent Mogodon at the helm.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]I see you posted this one Jordan Rhodes story. He says he wants to play in PL next season. I think Burnley may sign him. The problem is of course that you lot overpaid for him. Still the fire sale is on the way. Venkys not visiting is more than an ominous sign. I note that you messed up again the other night against Brighton. Defence more porous than a tea bag. But you are still on track for the play-off’s oh but how long is now since Gary’s Gang managed a win? A loss tomorrow and the Paterless one’s will be throwing their Baked Bean filled pies at Mr Glitter. Meantime we will have players back from rest and gain our automatic promotion spot. Bet your off the Grand National for some titivation tomorrow. What’s your money on Our Father?[/p][/quote]Don't forget though, according to some of the geniuses that have posted on this thread, Rovers are going to win the Championship next season apparently, even with Agent Mogodon at the helm. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 2

12:37pm Fri 4 Apr 14

fylde exile says...

Right,let's forget Rovers or anybody else and concentrate on the job in hand for Burnley.When Ings and Trippier were injured,and Marney one booking away from a suspension I suggested that two loan players, a stiker and a midfielder were brought in to cover any other eventualities.In hindsight ,I hope I'm not proved correct,for foresight is often far better than hindsight, and now as we are told we are stretched, surely we should have been looking in that direction.Nine points ahead, a far superior goal difference with only seven games to go,surely we can't blow it now.What sort of side are we going to start with at Watford? Hopefully one that will win,and in that respect I would start with two up top Barnes and Gilchrist,Long at full back Baird into midfield with Arfield, Jones,Treacy or Wallace and pray nobody gets injured.Come on Burnley. .
I
Right,let's forget Rovers or anybody else and concentrate on the job in hand for Burnley.When Ings and Trippier were injured,and Marney one booking away from a suspension I suggested that two loan players, a stiker and a midfielder were brought in to cover any other eventualities.In hindsight ,I hope I'm not proved correct,for foresight is often far better than hindsight, and now as we are told we are stretched, surely we should have been looking in that direction.Nine points ahead, a far superior goal difference with only seven games to go,surely we can't blow it now.What sort of side are we going to start with at Watford? Hopefully one that will win,and in that respect I would start with two up top Barnes and Gilchrist,Long at full back Baird into midfield with Arfield, Jones,Treacy or Wallace and pray nobody gets injured.Come on Burnley. . I fylde exile
  • Score: 2

12:53pm Fri 4 Apr 14

RobH2O says...

Trippier, Marney, Treacy, Stanislas, Ings and Vokes unavailable. Kids galore on Saturday Imagine being 18 years old and getting the chance to impress this manager with only seven games to go to go to a place in the Premiership.

Average pints for second place promotion in the last 10 years has been 85. However, Derby have an unbelievably easy run-in. They'll win five from the last seven and draw the other two (current form). We'll need to win three of the last seven rather than two to go up.

Three from seven? We'll do that. Come on you Clarets.
Trippier, Marney, Treacy, Stanislas, Ings and Vokes unavailable. Kids galore on Saturday Imagine being 18 years old and getting the chance to impress this manager with only seven games to go to go to a place in the Premiership. Average pints for second place promotion in the last 10 years has been 85. However, Derby have an unbelievably easy run-in. They'll win five from the last seven and draw the other two (current form). We'll need to win three of the last seven rather than two to go up. Three from seven? We'll do that. Come on you Clarets. RobH2O
  • Score: 2

2:00pm Fri 4 Apr 14

McClaret says...

All 3 chasing 2nd have relatively difficult away games this weekend. What a bonus if we are just able to sneak a win.
All 3 chasing 2nd have relatively difficult away games this weekend. What a bonus if we are just able to sneak a win. McClaret
  • Score: 2

4:37pm Fri 4 Apr 14

tall in the saddle says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so.

What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League.

This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.
I see you posted this one Jordan Rhodes story. He says he wants to play in PL next season. I think Burnley may sign him. The problem is of course that you lot overpaid for him. Still the fire sale is on the way. Venkys not visiting is more than an ominous sign. I note that you messed up again the other night against Brighton. Defence more porous than a tea bag. But you are still on track for the play-off’s oh but how long is now since Gary’s Gang managed a win? A loss tomorrow and the Paterless one’s will be throwing their Baked Bean filled pies at Mr Glitter. Meantime we will have players back from rest and gain our automatic promotion spot. Bet your off the Grand National for some titivation tomorrow. What’s your money on Our Father?
Don't forget though, according to some of the geniuses that have posted on this thread, Rovers are going to win the Championship next season apparently, even with Agent Mogodon at the helm.
Agent Mogodon. He could talk a glass eye to sleep.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Sean Mark Dyche. Took Watford to 11th. Took Burnley to 11th. Suddenly created a new footballing philosophy and took Burnley to the Premier League title. I don't think so. What happened was for the first half of this season, no one really rated Burnley and gave no respect. In fact many Burnley fans felt the same and indeed still at this time can't believe their luck as to what has happened this season. Hense all the bitterness on these boards. From recollection, Blackburn fans quickly moved on to Man Utd being the enemy and Burnley were quickly forgotten. Some now feel quite refreshed, after Burnley managed 1 win in 35 years, to have a good local derby back on the fixture list. Since Christmas Burnley have done ok though included in that recently have ragged it. The small squad has now been shown to be what it is. Possibly too late to prevent an embarrassment to the club next season. Burnley are simply not ready in any respect to be involved in the Premier League. This is why I say it's been a lucky season. Luck tends to even itself out. Roll on next season.[/p][/quote]I see you posted this one Jordan Rhodes story. He says he wants to play in PL next season. I think Burnley may sign him. The problem is of course that you lot overpaid for him. Still the fire sale is on the way. Venkys not visiting is more than an ominous sign. I note that you messed up again the other night against Brighton. Defence more porous than a tea bag. But you are still on track for the play-off’s oh but how long is now since Gary’s Gang managed a win? A loss tomorrow and the Paterless one’s will be throwing their Baked Bean filled pies at Mr Glitter. Meantime we will have players back from rest and gain our automatic promotion spot. Bet your off the Grand National for some titivation tomorrow. What’s your money on Our Father?[/p][/quote]Don't forget though, according to some of the geniuses that have posted on this thread, Rovers are going to win the Championship next season apparently, even with Agent Mogodon at the helm.[/p][/quote]Agent Mogodon. He could talk a glass eye to sleep. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 3

4:43pm Fri 4 Apr 14

tall in the saddle says...

fylde exile wrote:
Right,let's forget Rovers or anybody else and concentrate on the job in hand for Burnley.When Ings and Trippier were injured,and Marney one booking away from a suspension I suggested that two loan players, a stiker and a midfielder were brought in to cover any other eventualities.In hindsight ,I hope I'm not proved correct,for foresight is often far better than hindsight, and now as we are told we are stretched, surely we should have been looking in that direction.Nine points ahead, a far superior goal difference with only seven games to go,surely we can't blow it now.What sort of side are we going to start with at Watford? Hopefully one that will win,and in that respect I would start with two up top Barnes and Gilchrist,Long at full back Baird into midfield with Arfield, Jones,Treacy or Wallace and pray nobody gets injured.Come on Burnley. .
I
Easy to say now but I thought exactly the same. I thought at least a midfield player would come in but a forward was a necessity also. Maybe they looked and couldn’t find anyone. If they didn’t well…..What about shoving Long up front ?
[quote][p][bold]fylde exile[/bold] wrote: Right,let's forget Rovers or anybody else and concentrate on the job in hand for Burnley.When Ings and Trippier were injured,and Marney one booking away from a suspension I suggested that two loan players, a stiker and a midfielder were brought in to cover any other eventualities.In hindsight ,I hope I'm not proved correct,for foresight is often far better than hindsight, and now as we are told we are stretched, surely we should have been looking in that direction.Nine points ahead, a far superior goal difference with only seven games to go,surely we can't blow it now.What sort of side are we going to start with at Watford? Hopefully one that will win,and in that respect I would start with two up top Barnes and Gilchrist,Long at full back Baird into midfield with Arfield, Jones,Treacy or Wallace and pray nobody gets injured.Come on Burnley. . I[/p][/quote]Easy to say now but I thought exactly the same. I thought at least a midfield player would come in but a forward was a necessity also. Maybe they looked and couldn’t find anyone. If they didn’t well…..What about shoving Long up front ? tall in the saddle
  • Score: 2

8:14pm Fri 4 Apr 14

Wild Rover says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
fylde exile wrote:
Right,let's forget Rovers or anybody else and concentrate on the job in hand for Burnley.When Ings and Trippier were injured,and Marney one booking away from a suspension I suggested that two loan players, a stiker and a midfielder were brought in to cover any other eventualities.In hindsight ,I hope I'm not proved correct,for foresight is often far better than hindsight, and now as we are told we are stretched, surely we should have been looking in that direction.Nine points ahead, a far superior goal difference with only seven games to go,surely we can't blow it now.What sort of side are we going to start with at Watford? Hopefully one that will win,and in that respect I would start with two up top Barnes and Gilchrist,Long at full back Baird into midfield with Arfield, Jones,Treacy or Wallace and pray nobody gets injured.Come on Burnley. .
I
Easy to say now but I thought exactly the same. I thought at least a midfield player would come in but a forward was a necessity also. Maybe they looked and couldn’t find anyone. If they didn’t well…..What about shoving Long up front ?
? Shoving it long up front? Thats what you have been doing all season but now your double act ( as good as they have been) are no longer available, what next ??
As one of your own said, you will be a laughing stock in football if you fail.
Now Baldric, with all your phony accounts, dont bother to accuse me of trolling on a BFC thread . The fact is you have been crawling all over us and our threads all season.
It is funny hilarious now to read all the mixture of bravado and panic as it fonally sinks in to your skulls that you are not Barcelona. No, just a small club with a small squad and a bucket load of luck which has sprung a leak.
Been telling you all season that it would catch you out, now it might..
That will be funny as uckf, we aint jealous just sick of your constant over the top bigging up of your shoddy outfit.
We know what we are and where we are currently, but we will get on with it and we will be back..
I have warned you often enough about premature celebration!
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fylde exile[/bold] wrote: Right,let's forget Rovers or anybody else and concentrate on the job in hand for Burnley.When Ings and Trippier were injured,and Marney one booking away from a suspension I suggested that two loan players, a stiker and a midfielder were brought in to cover any other eventualities.In hindsight ,I hope I'm not proved correct,for foresight is often far better than hindsight, and now as we are told we are stretched, surely we should have been looking in that direction.Nine points ahead, a far superior goal difference with only seven games to go,surely we can't blow it now.What sort of side are we going to start with at Watford? Hopefully one that will win,and in that respect I would start with two up top Barnes and Gilchrist,Long at full back Baird into midfield with Arfield, Jones,Treacy or Wallace and pray nobody gets injured.Come on Burnley. . I[/p][/quote]Easy to say now but I thought exactly the same. I thought at least a midfield player would come in but a forward was a necessity also. Maybe they looked and couldn’t find anyone. If they didn’t well…..What about shoving Long up front ?[/p][/quote]? Shoving it long up front? Thats what you have been doing all season but now your double act ( as good as they have been) are no longer available, what next ?? As one of your own said, you will be a laughing stock in football if you fail. Now Baldric, with all your phony accounts, dont bother to accuse me of trolling on a BFC thread . The fact is you have been crawling all over us and our threads all season. It is funny hilarious now to read all the mixture of bravado and panic as it fonally sinks in to your skulls that you are not Barcelona. No, just a small club with a small squad and a bucket load of luck which has sprung a leak. Been telling you all season that it would catch you out, now it might.. That will be funny as uckf, we aint jealous just sick of your constant over the top bigging up of your shoddy outfit. We know what we are and where we are currently, but we will get on with it and we will be back.. I have warned you often enough about premature celebration! Wild Rover
  • Score: -3

8:25pm Fri 4 Apr 14

RobH2O says...

Wild Rover wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
fylde exile wrote:
Right,let's forget Rovers or anybody else and concentrate on the job in hand for Burnley.When Ings and Trippier were injured,and Marney one booking away from a suspension I suggested that two loan players, a stiker and a midfielder were brought in to cover any other eventualities.In hindsight ,I hope I'm not proved correct,for foresight is often far better than hindsight, and now as we are told we are stretched, surely we should have been looking in that direction.Nine points ahead, a far superior goal difference with only seven games to go,surely we can't blow it now.What sort of side are we going to start with at Watford? Hopefully one that will win,and in that respect I would start with two up top Barnes and Gilchrist,Long at full back Baird into midfield with Arfield, Jones,Treacy or Wallace and pray nobody gets injured.Come on Burnley. .
I
Easy to say now but I thought exactly the same. I thought at least a midfield player would come in but a forward was a necessity also. Maybe they looked and couldn’t find anyone. If they didn’t well…..What about shoving Long up front ?
? Shoving it long up front? Thats what you have been doing all season but now your double act ( as good as they have been) are no longer available, what next ??
As one of your own said, you will be a laughing stock in football if you fail.
Now Baldric, with all your phony accounts, dont bother to accuse me of trolling on a BFC thread . The fact is you have been crawling all over us and our threads all season.
It is funny hilarious now to read all the mixture of bravado and panic as it fonally sinks in to your skulls that you are not Barcelona. No, just a small club with a small squad and a bucket load of luck which has sprung a leak.
Been telling you all season that it would catch you out, now it might..
That will be funny as uckf, we aint jealous just sick of your constant over the top bigging up of your shoddy outfit.
We know what we are and where we are currently, but we will get on with it and we will be back..
I have warned you often enough about premature celebration!
And I've warned you about premature warnings about premature celebrations dear boy.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fylde exile[/bold] wrote: Right,let's forget Rovers or anybody else and concentrate on the job in hand for Burnley.When Ings and Trippier were injured,and Marney one booking away from a suspension I suggested that two loan players, a stiker and a midfielder were brought in to cover any other eventualities.In hindsight ,I hope I'm not proved correct,for foresight is often far better than hindsight, and now as we are told we are stretched, surely we should have been looking in that direction.Nine points ahead, a far superior goal difference with only seven games to go,surely we can't blow it now.What sort of side are we going to start with at Watford? Hopefully one that will win,and in that respect I would start with two up top Barnes and Gilchrist,Long at full back Baird into midfield with Arfield, Jones,Treacy or Wallace and pray nobody gets injured.Come on Burnley. . I[/p][/quote]Easy to say now but I thought exactly the same. I thought at least a midfield player would come in but a forward was a necessity also. Maybe they looked and couldn’t find anyone. If they didn’t well…..What about shoving Long up front ?[/p][/quote]? Shoving it long up front? Thats what you have been doing all season but now your double act ( as good as they have been) are no longer available, what next ?? As one of your own said, you will be a laughing stock in football if you fail. Now Baldric, with all your phony accounts, dont bother to accuse me of trolling on a BFC thread . The fact is you have been crawling all over us and our threads all season. It is funny hilarious now to read all the mixture of bravado and panic as it fonally sinks in to your skulls that you are not Barcelona. No, just a small club with a small squad and a bucket load of luck which has sprung a leak. Been telling you all season that it would catch you out, now it might.. That will be funny as uckf, we aint jealous just sick of your constant over the top bigging up of your shoddy outfit. We know what we are and where we are currently, but we will get on with it and we will be back.. I have warned you often enough about premature celebration![/p][/quote]And I've warned you about premature warnings about premature celebrations dear boy. RobH2O
  • Score: 4

8:39pm Fri 4 Apr 14

no ney never says...

Heaton, Baird, Duff, shackle, Mee, Arfield, Jones, Treacy, Wallace, (someone may have to play out of position) Barnes and Dyche to frighten the life out of them!
I would be more than happy with a point, ecstatic with 3. Proper looking forward to seeing Seans team selection. I think he's a fantastic manager and if he comes away from Watford unbeaten, it will simply re - in force everything about the bloke that we believe in.
☆VDT ☆
Heaton, Baird, Duff, shackle, Mee, Arfield, Jones, Treacy, Wallace, (someone may have to play out of position) Barnes and Dyche to frighten the life out of them! I would be more than happy with a point, ecstatic with 3. Proper looking forward to seeing Seans team selection. I think he's a fantastic manager and if he comes away from Watford unbeaten, it will simply re - in force everything about the bloke that we believe in. ☆VDT ☆ no ney never
  • Score: 3

2:00am Sat 5 Apr 14

Burnley59/60 says...

no ney never wrote:
Heaton, Baird, Duff, shackle, Mee, Arfield, Jones, Treacy, Wallace, (someone may have to play out of position) Barnes and Dyche to frighten the life out of them!
I would be more than happy with a point, ecstatic with 3. Proper looking forward to seeing Seans team selection. I think he's a fantastic manager and if he comes away from Watford unbeaten, it will simply re - in force everything about the bloke that we believe in.
☆VDT ☆
Exactly UTC Longlive TOP FLIGHT Turfmoor
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Heaton, Baird, Duff, shackle, Mee, Arfield, Jones, Treacy, Wallace, (someone may have to play out of position) Barnes and Dyche to frighten the life out of them! I would be more than happy with a point, ecstatic with 3. Proper looking forward to seeing Seans team selection. I think he's a fantastic manager and if he comes away from Watford unbeaten, it will simply re - in force everything about the bloke that we believe in. ☆VDT ☆[/p][/quote]Exactly UTC Longlive TOP FLIGHT Turfmoor Burnley59/60
  • Score: 2

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