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Burnley keeper Heaton overwhelmed by fan support during parade

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley keeper Heaton overwhelmed by fan support during parade Burnley keeper Heaton overwhelmed by fan support during parade

TOM Heaton says the response from the town towards the team in their promotion season has been overwhelming, and he hopes even more turn out in the top flight.

An estimated 20,000 lined the streets to cheer Burnley’s players, staff and board back during Sunday’s open top bus parade.

Heaton admitted the swell of supporters took him and his team-mates aback when they went onto the Town Hall balcony to greet them, and then made their way through the masses on an open top bus to Turf Moor.

And he hopes that they can continue to show similar backing next season.

“Obviously you have an expectation that it’s going to be a great day – it’s a big achievement for the club and the town.

“But I have to say the feeling of everyone coming out and showing the passion, the pride of what we’ve done and what it means to everyone was incredible,” said the Clarets goalkeeper.

“It really was quite moving and great to be involved in.

“It was special seeing everyone outside the Town Hall, and then the crowds following the bus around – especially on Harry Potts Way.

“I think that for me was the highlight. When we got to the end and you looked forward and you couldn’t see any road, and you looked behind and you couldn’t see any road.

“It’s just unbelievable really. Very, very special. Lads that you wouldn’t usually expect to say anything about it, it was just an emotional day for all the right reasons.

“It was absolutely superb, I can’t speak highly enough of it. It was a fitting end to a successful season.”

Heaton admitted the celebrations served to reinforce what the team have achieved this season.

“I think the day put it into a nutshell about how much it meant.

“We knew this season with the support we’ve had home and away, especially as things started to go well from the start of the season, that people like what they’re seeing on the pitch,” he said.

“The message I get is that it’s not just about the results, it’s more about how we go about it and people can get behind that and relate to a team in which individuals are giving everything and that team ethos.

“You started to see that with the support.

“I certainly can’t speak highly enough of the support home and away this year. Sunday’s parade was that in a nutshell.

“There’s no better way of seeing it than that show of support on Sunday when everyone was taking to the streets and cheering and clapping, it was brilliant. And hopefully they’ll be with us for the journey next season. That support will help us.”

Heaton admitted that he is already looking forward to the fixtures being released in June, and as an Old Trafford graduate there is on game he is looking forward to the most.

“Manchester United away next year is the one I’ll be looking out for first,” he said.

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12:49pm Wed 7 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming.
The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -32

1:02pm Wed 7 May 14

Terrier man says...

34 years
34 years Terrier man
  • Score: -10

1:05pm Wed 7 May 14

u owe u owe says...

Tommy boy, what a complete and utter waste of your time. But if it makes you happy and more importantly off the streets of Scumburn so be it.
Tommy boy, what a complete and utter waste of your time. But if it makes you happy and more importantly off the streets of Scumburn so be it. u owe u owe
  • Score: 16

1:24pm Wed 7 May 14

mixed nuts says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming.
Bitter Venky's fan pretending to be Claret?... Strange man..
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming.[/p][/quote]Bitter Venky's fan pretending to be Claret?... Strange man.. mixed nuts
  • Score: 20

1:47pm Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
Burnley are PREMIER LEAGUE.
Blackburn Rovers are STAYING DOWN FOREVER.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Burnley are PREMIER LEAGUE. Blackburn Rovers are STAYING DOWN FOREVER. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 11

1:50pm Wed 7 May 14

MikeMada says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming.
Knob!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming.[/p][/quote]Knob! MikeMada
  • Score: 9

2:31pm Wed 7 May 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

Terrier man wrote:
34 years
gone and forgotten
[quote][p][bold]Terrier man[/bold] wrote: 34 years[/p][/quote]gone and forgotten TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: 15

2:38pm Wed 7 May 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

Good afternoon everyone. The patient who's name is Richard Head, we call him Dic.k, is known to you by so many names because he has so many schizoid identities. He's out and about today, as Turf Moor Tom. I'm his unlucky doctor. He has his bus pass, and he's causing havoc. The sod nicked Matron's smart-phone and it looks like he's posting utter feeble minded rubbish again.

The best way is to treat him very harshly. All the time.

I was asked yesterday what ailed this complete tool. Well, sad to say he has an incurable syndrome. Its called "Total Twa.t."
Good afternoon everyone. The patient who's name is Richard Head, we call him Dic.k, is known to you by so many names because he has so many schizoid identities. He's out and about today, as Turf Moor Tom. I'm his unlucky doctor. He has his bus pass, and he's causing havoc. The sod nicked Matron's smart-phone and it looks like he's posting utter feeble minded rubbish again. The best way is to treat him very harshly. All the time. I was asked yesterday what ailed this complete tool. Well, sad to say he has an incurable syndrome. Its called "Total Twa.t." TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: 17

2:38pm Wed 7 May 14

vintageclaret says...

MikeMada wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming.
Knob!
I believe they had a 'knob' throwing and painting competition somewhere in Dorset last week. Can anyone tell me if he turned up painted blue and white and how far they managed to throw him?
[quote][p][bold]MikeMada[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming.[/p][/quote]Knob![/p][/quote]I believe they had a 'knob' throwing and painting competition somewhere in Dorset last week. Can anyone tell me if he turned up painted blue and white and how far they managed to throw him? vintageclaret
  • Score: 5

3:15pm Wed 7 May 14

McClaret says...

TurfMoorTom's_Psychi
atrist
wrote:
Good afternoon everyone. The patient who's name is Richard Head, we call him Dic.k, is known to you by so many names because he has so many schizoid identities. He's out and about today, as Turf Moor Tom. I'm his unlucky doctor. He has his bus pass, and he's causing havoc. The sod nicked Matron's smart-phone and it looks like he's posting utter feeble minded rubbish again.

The best way is to treat him very harshly. All the time.

I was asked yesterday what ailed this complete tool. Well, sad to say he has an incurable syndrome. Its called "Total Twa.t."
I wouldn't bother Doc - seriously beyond repair.

Total terwatitas is commonly found in a region called Blackburn, a dingy sh1thole with a bleeding heart. It is also consumed in bitterness and jealousy, as well as an incurable debt. It's leader is a chicken farmer called Venky who tries to bribe people to his ranch with £1 offers. Worse still they all want to look like their idol (Who makes Peter Beardsley look like an oil painting) - Simon Garner.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: Good afternoon everyone. The patient who's name is Richard Head, we call him Dic.k, is known to you by so many names because he has so many schizoid identities. He's out and about today, as Turf Moor Tom. I'm his unlucky doctor. He has his bus pass, and he's causing havoc. The sod nicked Matron's smart-phone and it looks like he's posting utter feeble minded rubbish again. The best way is to treat him very harshly. All the time. I was asked yesterday what ailed this complete tool. Well, sad to say he has an incurable syndrome. Its called "Total Twa.t."[/p][/quote]I wouldn't bother Doc - seriously beyond repair. Total terwatitas is commonly found in a region called Blackburn, a dingy sh1thole with a bleeding heart. It is also consumed in bitterness and jealousy, as well as an incurable debt. It's leader is a chicken farmer called Venky who tries to bribe people to his ranch with £1 offers. Worse still they all want to look like their idol (Who makes Peter Beardsley look like an oil painting) - Simon Garner. McClaret
  • Score: 9

3:21pm Wed 7 May 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead.
It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

3:35pm Wed 7 May 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead.
Here he is again - Turf Moor Tom, Another pounding 4 Burnley, Fake Villa, Bubblepop FC, Keep Darwen Green etc etc.

Your predictions last season were so **** embarassingly incorrect that I sincerely hope you predict that Burnley will get relegated, because that will guarantee our safety.

Go on, say it.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead.[/p][/quote]Here he is again - Turf Moor Tom, Another pounding 4 Burnley, Fake Villa, Bubblepop FC, Keep Darwen Green etc etc. Your predictions last season were so **** embarassingly incorrect that I sincerely hope you predict that Burnley will get relegated, because that will guarantee our safety. Go on, say it. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 13

3:53pm Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead.
Did your parents have any children that lived?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead.[/p][/quote]Did your parents have any children that lived? Super_Clarets
  • Score: 5

4:01pm Wed 7 May 14

vintageclaret says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead.
Did your parents have any children that lived?
NOW NOW SUPER_CLARETS!!!

That's a really daft question to ask of someone from Blackbummm isn't it?

As if anyone from there would know who their parents were.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead.[/p][/quote]Did your parents have any children that lived?[/p][/quote]NOW NOW SUPER_CLARETS!!! That's a really daft question to ask of someone from Blackbummm isn't it? As if anyone from there would know who their parents were. vintageclaret
  • Score: 6

4:15pm Wed 7 May 14

RobH2O says...

I think that when the circumcised TurfMoorTom, they bit they threw away grew up into AnotherPounding4Burn
ley.

Its become rather complicated, according to Turf Moor Tom's Psychiatrist, because they now live together as a couple.
I think that when the circumcised TurfMoorTom, they bit they threw away grew up into AnotherPounding4Burn ley. Its become rather complicated, according to Turf Moor Tom's Psychiatrist, because they now live together as a couple. RobH2O
  • Score: 8

4:26pm Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

So AnotherPounding4Burn
ley actually evolved from TurfMoorToms discarded foreskin? That would explain a lot.
So AnotherPounding4Burn ley actually evolved from TurfMoorToms discarded foreskin? That would explain a lot. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 8

4:43pm Wed 7 May 14

midas says...

Terrier man wrote:
34 years
46 years!
[quote][p][bold]Terrier man[/bold] wrote: 34 years[/p][/quote]46 years! midas
  • Score: 12

4:44pm Wed 7 May 14

midas says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming.
All that effort and its not even amusing! LOL
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming.[/p][/quote]All that effort and its not even amusing! LOL midas
  • Score: 14

4:45pm Wed 7 May 14

earwego says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead.
They came to see the open top bus,had no interest in the team or the football.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead.[/p][/quote]They came to see the open top bus,had no interest in the team or the football. earwego
  • Score: -14

4:46pm Wed 7 May 14

midas says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead.
We recognise the envy and upset this has caused you, but take heart your fellow strugglers like bradford, Coventry and Portsmouth are all making a comeback. Give it a few years and you will be like Leeds!
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: It would have been better for the fans to turn up for the home matches instead.[/p][/quote]We recognise the envy and upset this has caused you, but take heart your fellow strugglers like bradford, Coventry and Portsmouth are all making a comeback. Give it a few years and you will be like Leeds! midas
  • Score: 12

5:03pm Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

BT Sport Manager of the Year goes to.....

http://sport.bt.com/
sportfootball/footba
ll/englishfootball/u
pwardly-mobile-dyche
-defies-the-odds-S11
363899682065
BT Sport Manager of the Year goes to..... http://sport.bt.com/ sportfootball/footba ll/englishfootball/u pwardly-mobile-dyche -defies-the-odds-S11 363899682065 Super_Clarets
  • Score: 8

5:23pm Wed 7 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
BT Sport Manager of the Year goes to.....

http://sport.bt.com/

sportfootball/footba

ll/englishfootball/u

pwardly-mobile-dyche

-defies-the-odds-S11

363899682065
Do you not recognize the underhand compliments throughout the season?

To achieve 2nd place in the 2nd tier, with THAT club.......been said by many this season and what in effect is being said is the club is a steaming pile of sh!te.

Over achieved, you know it, everyone knows it and there's only one way from here. Future turmoil beckons
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: BT Sport Manager of the Year goes to..... http://sport.bt.com/ sportfootball/footba ll/englishfootball/u pwardly-mobile-dyche -defies-the-odds-S11 363899682065[/p][/quote]Do you not recognize the underhand compliments throughout the season? To achieve 2nd place in the 2nd tier, with THAT club.......been said by many this season and what in effect is being said is the club is a steaming pile of sh!te. Over achieved, you know it, everyone knows it and there's only one way from here. Future turmoil beckons TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -13

5:24pm Wed 7 May 14

Burnley59/60 says...

TurfMoorTom's_Psychi
atrist
wrote:
Good afternoon everyone. The patient who's name is Richard Head, we call him Dic.k, is known to you by so many names because he has so many schizoid identities. He's out and about today, as Turf Moor Tom. I'm his unlucky doctor. He has his bus pass, and he's causing havoc. The sod nicked Matron's smart-phone and it looks like he's posting utter feeble minded rubbish again.

The best way is to treat him very harshly. All the time.

I was asked yesterday what ailed this complete tool. Well, sad to say he has an incurable syndrome. Its called "Total Twa.t."
Doc only a lethal injection will work and fast !!!! UTC LONG LIVE TOP FLIGHT TURFMOOR
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: Good afternoon everyone. The patient who's name is Richard Head, we call him Dic.k, is known to you by so many names because he has so many schizoid identities. He's out and about today, as Turf Moor Tom. I'm his unlucky doctor. He has his bus pass, and he's causing havoc. The sod nicked Matron's smart-phone and it looks like he's posting utter feeble minded rubbish again. The best way is to treat him very harshly. All the time. I was asked yesterday what ailed this complete tool. Well, sad to say he has an incurable syndrome. Its called "Total Twa.t."[/p][/quote]Doc only a lethal injection will work and fast !!!! UTC LONG LIVE TOP FLIGHT TURFMOOR Burnley59/60
  • Score: 8

6:00pm Wed 7 May 14

Fan@clared says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BT Sport Manager of the Year goes to.....

http://sport.bt.com/


sportfootball/footba


ll/englishfootball/u


pwardly-mobile-dyche


-defies-the-odds-S11


363899682065
Do you not recognize the underhand compliments throughout the season?

To achieve 2nd place in the 2nd tier, with THAT club.......been said by many this season and what in effect is being said is the club is a steaming pile of sh!te.

Over achieved, you know it, everyone knows it and there's only one way from here. Future turmoil beckons
Venkys London (owners of your club) £100 million in debt. Venkys putting £’s one million into the Chicken Shed every month. Won’t last – your gone. Venky’s turn up to see the Queen on Thursday in Blackburn and then run as fast as they can to avoid the match (and Jack Straw – can’t blame for that) on Friday. Rovers going….going….
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: BT Sport Manager of the Year goes to..... http://sport.bt.com/ sportfootball/footba ll/englishfootball/u pwardly-mobile-dyche -defies-the-odds-S11 363899682065[/p][/quote]Do you not recognize the underhand compliments throughout the season? To achieve 2nd place in the 2nd tier, with THAT club.......been said by many this season and what in effect is being said is the club is a steaming pile of sh!te. Over achieved, you know it, everyone knows it and there's only one way from here. Future turmoil beckons[/p][/quote]Venkys London (owners of your club) £100 million in debt. Venkys putting £’s one million into the Chicken Shed every month. Won’t last – your gone. Venky’s turn up to see the Queen on Thursday in Blackburn and then run as fast as they can to avoid the match (and Jack Straw – can’t blame for that) on Friday. Rovers going….going…. Fan@clared
  • Score: 13

7:17pm Wed 7 May 14

andy1 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BT Sport Manager of the Year goes to.....

http://sport.bt.com/


sportfootball/footba


ll/englishfootball/u


pwardly-mobile-dyche


-defies-the-odds-S11


363899682065
Do you not recognize the underhand compliments throughout the season?

To achieve 2nd place in the 2nd tier, with THAT club.......been said by many this season and what in effect is being said is the club is a steaming pile of sh!te.

Over achieved, you know it, everyone knows it and there's only one way from here. Future turmoil beckons
I only give this retard the thumbs down these days I read enough s**t has it us
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: BT Sport Manager of the Year goes to..... http://sport.bt.com/ sportfootball/footba ll/englishfootball/u pwardly-mobile-dyche -defies-the-odds-S11 363899682065[/p][/quote]Do you not recognize the underhand compliments throughout the season? To achieve 2nd place in the 2nd tier, with THAT club.......been said by many this season and what in effect is being said is the club is a steaming pile of sh!te. Over achieved, you know it, everyone knows it and there's only one way from here. Future turmoil beckons[/p][/quote]I only give this retard the thumbs down these days I read enough s**t has it us andy1
  • Score: 12

8:13pm Wed 7 May 14

northernchef says...

RobH2O wrote:
I think that when the circumcised TurfMoorTom, they bit they threw away grew up into AnotherPounding4Burn

ley.

Its become rather complicated, according to Turf Moor Tom's Psychiatrist, because they now live together as a couple.
Rob you misunderstood his psychiatrist they have always lives together in his head the utter fool
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: I think that when the circumcised TurfMoorTom, they bit they threw away grew up into AnotherPounding4Burn ley. Its become rather complicated, according to Turf Moor Tom's Psychiatrist, because they now live together as a couple.[/p][/quote]Rob you misunderstood his psychiatrist they have always lives together in his head the utter fool northernchef
  • Score: 3

7:45am Thu 8 May 14

madari says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming.
Madari the snake charmer says:

Just because your mum refused to share her bed with you last night doesn't mean that you can come on here and vent your frustrations out against the mighty achievements of the MIGHTY CLARETS.....go find yourself a horse to play with..if it helps !!!.hahaha!!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: The way I see it we should enjoy this as much as possible as Eddie Howe’s signings and Dyches organisation conspired to make us over achieve for one season and that still was only second place in the second tier. Dyche has yet to prove himself in adversity and if he does and has any sense, he’ll be gone. Only one way to go from here and that is down. Us being in the Premier League (for one season and note this does not make us ‘Premier League’) is a bit like Eddie the Eagle at those Winter Olympics. Nice to see for once but you know it has no real substance or competitive edge. That said, people still talk about Eddie Eagle though I can’t see many people in future outside Burnley reminiscing about that ‘great’ side that achieved second place in the second tier. Truly overwhelming.[/p][/quote]Madari the snake charmer says: Just because your mum refused to share her bed with you last night doesn't mean that you can come on here and vent your frustrations out against the mighty achievements of the MIGHTY CLARETS.....go find yourself a horse to play with..if it helps !!!.hahaha!! madari
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1:17pm Thu 8 May 14

RobH2O says...

Apparently, 25,000 lined the streets from the Town Hall to Turf Moor. It visibly affected the players.

35% of the Town's population is a magnificent turn-out. The same level of turn-out for a Manchester club would have to be in the order of 265,000!
Apparently, 25,000 lined the streets from the Town Hall to Turf Moor. It visibly affected the players. 35% of the Town's population is a magnificent turn-out. The same level of turn-out for a Manchester club would have to be in the order of 265,000! RobH2O
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