Open letter from Blackburn Rovers owners Venky's to fans

Anuradha J Desai, one of Blackburn Rovers' owners

Anuradha J Desai, one of Blackburn Rovers' owners

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NOW that the season has ended, we would like to put on record our thanks to Gary Bowyer and the players for their hard work and dedication in what was a season of stability and one in which we could see real progress and promise for the future.

You the fans, too, have played a huge part in that and we want to say a special thank you for the support and commitment you have once again shown to Blackburn Rovers.

Many supporters have contacted us this season in recognition of the hard work and passion of the team and that has been welcomed.

Our family is fully aware of how difficult the past few years have been for everyone who has affection for our great club, we are deeply sorry we haven’t, so far, been able to bring the success we all desire for Rovers.

That said, our commitment has and will not waiver. We have learned some very valuable and costly lessons in our quest to make you, the fans, happy and proud of Rovers and the desire to achieve our mutual dream will benefit from that.

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In Gary Bowyer, we have a manager who wants to build a strong, talented team, one to get us back to the Premier League as soon as is possible.

We also feel that off the field, the management and staff is a committed and dedicated workforce, which will complement and support Gary and the players.

We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that, while continuing to assist Gary in his pursuit of success.

We are truly thankful of the support you give to the manager and the team and we want to repay that by our continued commitment in Blackburn Rovers.

The club will be working hard throughout the summer on a number of initiatives in readiness for next season in order to make Ewood Park an exciting place to be.

We look forward to next season with great anticipation and excitement; in the meantime we trust you will have a fantastic and enjoyable summer.

Anuradha J Desai, Jitendra Desai, Venkatesh Rao, Balaji Rao

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7:15am Thu 22 May 14

jimluftas says...

Season ticket prices on the rise?
Season ticket prices on the rise? jimluftas
  • Score: -68

7:16am Thu 22 May 14

bburnrover says...

Well GB bring some quality in especially in defence the problems there were highlighted in our last game against Wigan we have to score 4 to win the game!
Well GB bring some quality in especially in defence the problems there were highlighted in our last game against Wigan we have to score 4 to win the game! bburnrover
  • Score: -20

7:18am Thu 22 May 14

Norman T Wangler says...

apology accepted, thankyou. time to move on with a clean slate. may I also apologise for teying to get to ur convoy of cars last time u left the ground. it wont happen again from me. l
apology accepted, thankyou. time to move on with a clean slate. may I also apologise for teying to get to ur convoy of cars last time u left the ground. it wont happen again from me. l Norman T Wangler
  • Score: 129

7:21am Thu 22 May 14

J.C - Rishton says...

I had wondered why our new comunications guru had gone to India with GB when he had only just met with the family when they came over to grant the queen an audience, now we know.

Still I think we have to take them at face value and accept this as a big step in the right direction although the letter contains nothing of real substance and more importantly no apology for the misery and mismanagement they have brought to our great club.

However, after nearly 4 years the owners have finally chosen to comunicate with us fans and we should all accept this and hopefully it is the first step in the coming together between owners and fans because the club cannot really ever progress and move forward until everyone is united.

Hopefully they will now build on this and comunicate with fans groups, sponsers and local political leaders on a more regular basis - something that is practiced at every other 91 league clubs in England on a routine and regular basis.
I had wondered why our new comunications guru had gone to India with GB when he had only just met with the family when they came over to grant the queen an audience, now we know. Still I think we have to take them at face value and accept this as a big step in the right direction although the letter contains nothing of real substance and more importantly no apology for the misery and mismanagement they have brought to our great club. However, after nearly 4 years the owners have finally chosen to comunicate with us fans and we should all accept this and hopefully it is the first step in the coming together between owners and fans because the club cannot really ever progress and move forward until everyone is united. Hopefully they will now build on this and comunicate with fans groups, sponsers and local political leaders on a more regular basis - something that is practiced at every other 91 league clubs in England on a routine and regular basis. J.C - Rishton
  • Score: 109

7:24am Thu 22 May 14

J.C - Rishton says...

Norman T Wangler wrote:
apology accepted, thankyou. time to move on with a clean slate. may I also apologise for teying to get to ur convoy of cars last time u left the ground. it wont happen again from me. l
what apology ??

The statement is welcome and very much a step in the right direction but there is NO apology for the chaos, division and mismanagement they have heaped upon our club.

They only say they they are "sorry" for not having brought us sucess - which is basically, meaningless.
[quote][p][bold]Norman T Wangler[/bold] wrote: apology accepted, thankyou. time to move on with a clean slate. may I also apologise for teying to get to ur convoy of cars last time u left the ground. it wont happen again from me. l[/p][/quote]what apology ?? The statement is welcome and very much a step in the right direction but there is NO apology for the chaos, division and mismanagement they have heaped upon our club. They only say they they are "sorry" for not having brought us sucess - which is basically, meaningless. J.C - Rishton
  • Score: -68

7:41am Thu 22 May 14

1riversider says...

Thought it was April 1st when I read this meaningless drivel!
Thought it was April 1st when I read this meaningless drivel! 1riversider
  • Score: -79

7:43am Thu 22 May 14

KYMER says...

Wether this letter has been drafted by mr myers or penned and signed by the venkys.It is a step in the right direction by the owners.Lets see what the summer brings,we are 4 signings away from being a decent side but the same amount of sales from the 1st eleven would set us back 12 months.
Wether this letter has been drafted by mr myers or penned and signed by the venkys.It is a step in the right direction by the owners.Lets see what the summer brings,we are 4 signings away from being a decent side but the same amount of sales from the 1st eleven would set us back 12 months. KYMER
  • Score: 77

7:55am Thu 22 May 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Agree with JC - this statement contains no apology for the carnage that their tenure has had on our beloved club. but the acceptance of mistakes is about as close as we will ever get.

i am a believer that venkys stewardship has been one which has been more c.ock up than conspiracy on their part - but they continually completely ignored those that had rovers blue blood running through their veins and took on board a bunch of raggamuffins, hobos and panhandlers and believed everything they were told. in short they were guilty of being exceptionally naive and a poor judge of character.

Question? Tom Finn and John Williams over the Arsenal stadium announcer and Shebby Singh??? It's not a difficult call is it?

Who knows what lies ahead? Bowyer is slowly rebuilding and doing a fine job. Personally i have no time for the ex Preston bloke but he seems to be better than some of our most recent appointments - although that just means he wins the tallest dwarf competition.
Agree with JC - this statement contains no apology for the carnage that their tenure has had on our beloved club. but the acceptance of mistakes is about as close as we will ever get. i am a believer that venkys stewardship has been one which has been more c.ock up than conspiracy on their part - but they continually completely ignored those that had rovers blue blood running through their veins and took on board a bunch of raggamuffins, hobos and panhandlers and believed everything they were told. in short they were guilty of being exceptionally naive and a poor judge of character. Question? Tom Finn and John Williams over the Arsenal stadium announcer and Shebby Singh??? It's not a difficult call is it? Who knows what lies ahead? Bowyer is slowly rebuilding and doing a fine job. Personally i have no time for the ex Preston bloke but he seems to be better than some of our most recent appointments - although that just means he wins the tallest dwarf competition. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -36

8:00am Thu 22 May 14

Terrier man says...

It may be bland marketing speak but at least it's positive - let's all look forward, not back. The bottom line is we have no choice anyway in terms of who controls things and at least they are now trying to communicate. Onwards and upwards!
It may be bland marketing speak but at least it's positive - let's all look forward, not back. The bottom line is we have no choice anyway in terms of who controls things and at least they are now trying to communicate. Onwards and upwards! Terrier man
  • Score: 58

8:12am Thu 22 May 14

greenscreener says...

Ok, so now we have something for those who wanted apologies and communications to pour over and analyse, some will take it as a conciliatory gesture, others will deride it as too little too late. Personally it's not a big issue.

I am interested in actions, not words, if GB is actively supported in his rebuilding work this summer then that's good enough for me.

Bring on next season, COYB.
Ok, so now we have something for those who wanted apologies and communications to pour over and analyse, some will take it as a conciliatory gesture, others will deride it as too little too late. Personally it's not a big issue. I am interested in actions, not words, if GB is actively supported in his rebuilding work this summer then that's good enough for me. Bring on next season, COYB. greenscreener
  • Score: 64

8:16am Thu 22 May 14

gb1882 says...

Long live the venkys

All hail the venkys
Long live the venkys All hail the venkys gb1882
  • Score: 21

8:36am Thu 22 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

God bless you Venky's, keep up the good work!
God bless you Venky's, keep up the good work! Super_Clarets
  • Score: -41

8:40am Thu 22 May 14

cruzy_cruz says...

Lip servce written via a 4th party

The canal is there and the open invitation to jump in it is still there

Though you seem to have placated the 'hard of thinking sheep'
Lip servce written via a 4th party The canal is there and the open invitation to jump in it is still there Though you seem to have placated the 'hard of thinking sheep' cruzy_cruz
  • Score: -33

8:41am Thu 22 May 14

A Darener says...

Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read.

As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability.
Roll on the start.
Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start. A Darener
  • Score: 39

8:42am Thu 22 May 14

A Darener says...

Spoke too soon! Clear off SC.
Spoke too soon! Clear off SC. A Darener
  • Score: 5

8:46am Thu 22 May 14

surreyrover says...

J.C - Rishton wrote:
I had wondered why our new comunications guru had gone to India with GB when he had only just met with the family when they came over to grant the queen an audience, now we know.

Still I think we have to take them at face value and accept this as a big step in the right direction although the letter contains nothing of real substance and more importantly no apology for the misery and mismanagement they have brought to our great club.

However, after nearly 4 years the owners have finally chosen to comunicate with us fans and we should all accept this and hopefully it is the first step in the coming together between owners and fans because the club cannot really ever progress and move forward until everyone is united.

Hopefully they will now build on this and comunicate with fans groups, sponsers and local political leaders on a more regular basis - something that is practiced at every other 91 league clubs in England on a routine and regular basis.
This is about as near as you're going to get as an apology. Sounds pretty contrite to me.

"Our family is fully aware of how difficult the past few years have been for everyone who has affection for our great club, we are deeply sorry we haven’t, so far, been able to bring the success we all desire for Rovers.

That said, our commitment has and will not waiver. We have learned some very valuable and costly lessons in our quest to make you, the fans, happy and proud of Rovers and the desire to achieve our mutual dream will benefit from that."
[quote][p][bold]J.C - Rishton[/bold] wrote: I had wondered why our new comunications guru had gone to India with GB when he had only just met with the family when they came over to grant the queen an audience, now we know. Still I think we have to take them at face value and accept this as a big step in the right direction although the letter contains nothing of real substance and more importantly no apology for the misery and mismanagement they have brought to our great club. However, after nearly 4 years the owners have finally chosen to comunicate with us fans and we should all accept this and hopefully it is the first step in the coming together between owners and fans because the club cannot really ever progress and move forward until everyone is united. Hopefully they will now build on this and comunicate with fans groups, sponsers and local political leaders on a more regular basis - something that is practiced at every other 91 league clubs in England on a routine and regular basis.[/p][/quote]This is about as near as you're going to get as an apology. Sounds pretty contrite to me. "Our family is fully aware of how difficult the past few years have been for everyone who has affection for our great club, we are deeply sorry we haven’t, so far, been able to bring the success we all desire for Rovers. That said, our commitment has and will not waiver. We have learned some very valuable and costly lessons in our quest to make you, the fans, happy and proud of Rovers and the desire to achieve our mutual dream will benefit from that." surreyrover
  • Score: 27

8:46am Thu 22 May 14

garyintandem says...

I try and look at what people do after they've made a mistake rather than harp on about the mistake. The Venkys made a genuine mistake in taking the advice of Anderson, they made another one in appointing Shebby. In the last 15 months however, in my opinion, they have kept quiet but allowed the professionals to manage and we've had stability and will be close to meeting the FFP requirements.
GB has made mistakes this year in his tactics. But he still finished in a respectable position with our best unbeaten run for years and brought in some exciting young and hungry players on sensible wages

Gaz now needs to kick on, become more steely and ruthless when we're in winning positions and get a WINNING mentality into the team rather than starting with the mentality that we won't lose.

I would love to see the crowd up above 16,000 next year and make Ewood a fortress again.

Bring on next season

Rovers: Championship Champions 2014-15.
I try and look at what people do after they've made a mistake rather than harp on about the mistake. The Venkys made a genuine mistake in taking the advice of Anderson, they made another one in appointing Shebby. In the last 15 months however, in my opinion, they have kept quiet but allowed the professionals to manage and we've had stability and will be close to meeting the FFP requirements. GB has made mistakes this year in his tactics. But he still finished in a respectable position with our best unbeaten run for years and brought in some exciting young and hungry players on sensible wages Gaz now needs to kick on, become more steely and ruthless when we're in winning positions and get a WINNING mentality into the team rather than starting with the mentality that we won't lose. I would love to see the crowd up above 16,000 next year and make Ewood a fortress again. Bring on next season Rovers: Championship Champions 2014-15. garyintandem
  • Score: 71

8:58am Thu 22 May 14

unclejacklegend says...

It's not a direct apology for the mess they created but Its in there somewhere, it just needs decoding. They admit they've made costly mistakes and they apologise to the supporters for us not being where we would like to be, it's as close as we're going to get. It's almost like when you force a child to apologise to another and they reluctantly mutter it under their breath whilst looking at the floor. They also make reference to FFP and continuing to support GB and the club as a whole. Seems like they have things under control for once. Feeling positive, roll on august.
It's not a direct apology for the mess they created but Its in there somewhere, it just needs decoding. They admit they've made costly mistakes and they apologise to the supporters for us not being where we would like to be, it's as close as we're going to get. It's almost like when you force a child to apologise to another and they reluctantly mutter it under their breath whilst looking at the floor. They also make reference to FFP and continuing to support GB and the club as a whole. Seems like they have things under control for once. Feeling positive, roll on august. unclejacklegend
  • Score: 47

9:00am Thu 22 May 14

BlueSkies says...

That's an apology in my eyes, using the word 'sorry' in the statement is as good as it will get.
Time to move on, there's enough trouble ahead without dwelling too much on the past, however quite understandable if some are unable to do so.
That's an apology in my eyes, using the word 'sorry' in the statement is as good as it will get. Time to move on, there's enough trouble ahead without dwelling too much on the past, however quite understandable if some are unable to do so. BlueSkies
  • Score: 53

9:29am Thu 22 May 14

PhilipMc says...

lets be fair to these guys, its obvious to anyone with common sense they are too nice for their own good, had no idea what they would be doing when buying the club and so have been advised by a bunch of total con men and morons who they trusted ! these people then hiding behind the venkys.

Since these men have gone and things have changed in the last 12 months you can see the massive difference in the way things are going. Agree or not i'm happy with it.

For me everyone deserves a second chance, i base that on the amount of mistakes iv made in my life and been given one. nobody's perfect and mistakes will be made.

I think its good of the owners to write to the fans like that and i also would be willing to forgive (maybe not so much forget) things if we see further improvement over summer with a good push that will see us return to the premier league.
lets be fair to these guys, its obvious to anyone with common sense they are too nice for their own good, had no idea what they would be doing when buying the club and so have been advised by a bunch of total con men and morons who they trusted ! these people then hiding behind the venkys. Since these men have gone and things have changed in the last 12 months you can see the massive difference in the way things are going. Agree or not i'm happy with it. For me everyone deserves a second chance, i base that on the amount of mistakes iv made in my life and been given one. nobody's perfect and mistakes will be made. I think its good of the owners to write to the fans like that and i also would be willing to forgive (maybe not so much forget) things if we see further improvement over summer with a good push that will see us return to the premier league. PhilipMc
  • Score: 48

9:34am Thu 22 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

A Darener wrote:
Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read.

As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability.
Roll on the start.
Have you missed me?

What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park.

What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -31

9:38am Thu 22 May 14

PhilipMc says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read.

As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability.
Roll on the start.
Have you missed me?

What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park.

What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.
funny that ? if i was about to strip the football club, make loads of harsh decisions that HAD to be made weakening a team ...

why would i try and contact a future angry mob trying to make peace for it all to collapse again ?

bore off
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.[/p][/quote]funny that ? if i was about to strip the football club, make loads of harsh decisions that HAD to be made weakening a team ... why would i try and contact a future angry mob trying to make peace for it all to collapse again ? bore off PhilipMc
  • Score: 18

9:39am Thu 22 May 14

jimluftas says...

Were people actually expecting an itemised list apologising for every single mistake?! If they were that bad they could have sold up months ago. They were conned by a number of parasites but now seem to be listening to sensible advice. Either accept it and move on or stop supporting. Then jump on the bandwagon when we go back up.
Were people actually expecting an itemised list apologising for every single mistake?! If they were that bad they could have sold up months ago. They were conned by a number of parasites but now seem to be listening to sensible advice. Either accept it and move on or stop supporting. Then jump on the bandwagon when we go back up. jimluftas
  • Score: 30

9:41am Thu 22 May 14

Rovers.1875 says...

A Darener wrote:
Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read.

As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability.
Roll on the start.
When a friend told me to read this article this morning coming into work, one of the posters on here I specifically thought of saying they would start coming back to games following an apology (that I thought we would never get) was yourself, so fair dos and glad to have you back... I wonder how many others who made that remark will follow suit, or whether it was a hollow comment to give themselves a reason to think that they are not just plain and simple glory supporters?

People above have still criticised the apology, because it hasn't been worded correctly... Personally, I think it has been worded professionally, and so it should! As far as I am concerned, it points out the things they have done wrong, saying sorry for not bringing success and acknowledging the costly mistakes...

So, there you have it guys and gals, an apology.... So will you be coming back next season to watch us get promoted? Because I have a good feeling that is where we are heading!
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]When a friend told me to read this article this morning coming into work, one of the posters on here I specifically thought of saying they would start coming back to games following an apology (that I thought we would never get) was yourself, so fair dos and glad to have you back... I wonder how many others who made that remark will follow suit, or whether it was a hollow comment to give themselves a reason to think that they are not just plain and simple glory supporters? People above have still criticised the apology, because it hasn't been worded correctly... Personally, I think it has been worded professionally, and so it should! As far as I am concerned, it points out the things they have done wrong, saying sorry for not bringing success and acknowledging the costly mistakes... So, there you have it guys and gals, an apology.... So will you be coming back next season to watch us get promoted? Because I have a good feeling that is where we are heading! Rovers.1875
  • Score: 40

9:41am Thu 22 May 14

French Rover says...

I still cannot actually believe we have this quite positive communication from our owners. I know it may not say a lot of the things that a lot of Rovers fans have been demanding Venkys say - but we have to accept that it is a step forwards for them to make any kind of sensible statement like this to Rovers fans.

Their words show a good understanding of the current situation at the club and an appreciation of the good work the Rovers staff at all levels are doing, and that is a `first` also...

Nice start to the day - Allez les Bleus!
I still cannot actually believe we have this quite positive communication from our owners. I know it may not say a lot of the things that a lot of Rovers fans have been demanding Venkys say - but we have to accept that it is a step forwards for them to make any kind of sensible statement like this to Rovers fans. Their words show a good understanding of the current situation at the club and an appreciation of the good work the Rovers staff at all levels are doing, and that is a `first` also... Nice start to the day - Allez les Bleus! French Rover
  • Score: 32

9:53am Thu 22 May 14

Only1Garner says...

"Many supporters have contacted us this season in recognition of the hard work and passion of the team and that has been welcomed"

What about the thousands of communications sent over the last few years that have just been ignored, one half decent season and they are putting themselves forward for owners of the year. No simple sorry will take away the hurt created y this lot, if they had listened to the fans more often, then perhaps we would t be in this mess.
"Many supporters have contacted us this season in recognition of the hard work and passion of the team and that has been welcomed" What about the thousands of communications sent over the last few years that have just been ignored, one half decent season and they are putting themselves forward for owners of the year. No simple sorry will take away the hurt created y this lot, if they had listened to the fans more often, then perhaps we would t be in this mess. Only1Garner
  • Score: -11

9:58am Thu 22 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Venky's deserve to be awarded the freedom of Blackburn for their services to comedy in the North West.
Venky's deserve to be awarded the freedom of Blackburn for their services to comedy in the North West. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -16

10:07am Thu 22 May 14

Fartonadingleshead says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
A Darener wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.
Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.
Your just wound up, cos things are moving in the right direction, and not in the way you want. Everyone ( including Burnley fans) aggree that your a complete dork who knows nothing.
Does every reader of this comment ( apart from notsosuper carrot) aggree with my last statement?
I think you notsosuper carrot should go down to Ewood, kneel before the statue of the great SIR Jack Walker and apologise to Rovers fans, on match day, for your complete and utter drivel that has the misfortune of slavering out of your deformed and toothless mouth.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.[/p][/quote]Your just wound up, cos things are moving in the right direction, and not in the way you want. Everyone ( including Burnley fans) aggree that your a complete dork who knows nothing. Does every reader of this comment ( apart from notsosuper carrot) aggree with my last statement? I think you notsosuper carrot should go down to Ewood, kneel before the statue of the great SIR Jack Walker and apologise to Rovers fans, on match day, for your complete and utter drivel that has the misfortune of slavering out of your deformed and toothless mouth. Fartonadingleshead
  • Score: 19

10:10am Thu 22 May 14

Ronaldpetercooper says...

French Rover wrote:
I still cannot actually believe we have this quite positive communication from our owners. I know it may not say a lot of the things that a lot of Rovers fans have been demanding Venkys say - but we have to accept that it is a step forwards for them to make any kind of sensible statement like this to Rovers fans.

Their words show a good understanding of the current situation at the club and an appreciation of the good work the Rovers staff at all levels are doing, and that is a `first` also...

Nice start to the day - Allez les Bleus!
Yes I completely agree with you Frenchie and this is good enough for me. They went into an alien business and took what they believed to have been the best professional advice and now are beginning to acknowledge that many mistakes have been made. The point will be proved in what happens this summer. If they make money available to GB then that will be that as far a I am concerned. Like others above I am getting good feelings about this season.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: I still cannot actually believe we have this quite positive communication from our owners. I know it may not say a lot of the things that a lot of Rovers fans have been demanding Venkys say - but we have to accept that it is a step forwards for them to make any kind of sensible statement like this to Rovers fans. Their words show a good understanding of the current situation at the club and an appreciation of the good work the Rovers staff at all levels are doing, and that is a `first` also... Nice start to the day - Allez les Bleus![/p][/quote]Yes I completely agree with you Frenchie and this is good enough for me. They went into an alien business and took what they believed to have been the best professional advice and now are beginning to acknowledge that many mistakes have been made. The point will be proved in what happens this summer. If they make money available to GB then that will be that as far a I am concerned. Like others above I am getting good feelings about this season. Ronaldpetercooper
  • Score: 10

10:10am Thu 22 May 14

Stretch_22 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read.

As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability.
Roll on the start.
Have you missed me?

What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park.

What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.
Your obsession with Rovers is amazing! If we are truly in Burnley's shadow, and Burnley are so amazing, and Rovers is such sh!te, then why aren't you taking the same approach as Man Utd fans, and basically forget the fact that we exist??

FFP is coming, however I strongly doubt it will affect us as much as you predict. Like you predicted us to be in League One next season, we are not. Like we sold Jordan Rhodes in January, we didn't. Like we are in administration, we are not.

Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season, and get a book on banter with your dole money...
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.[/p][/quote]Your obsession with Rovers is amazing! If we are truly in Burnley's shadow, and Burnley are so amazing, and Rovers is such sh!te, then why aren't you taking the same approach as Man Utd fans, and basically forget the fact that we exist?? FFP is coming, however I strongly doubt it will affect us as much as you predict. Like you predicted us to be in League One next season, we are not. Like we sold Jordan Rhodes in January, we didn't. Like we are in administration, we are not. Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season, and get a book on banter with your dole money... Stretch_22
  • Score: 13

10:14am Thu 22 May 14

inflightmagazine says...

As close too an apology as is likely to be given, having gone through the toughest times I have ever experienced as a Blackburn fan in recent years, I am starting to feel we have come through the other side of a very dark tunnel.

This season has been a real shift forward, mistakes have been made but the positives have out weighed them for me. The permanent addition of Gestede and Cairney have been particulary pleasing, Gestede has weighed in with a close to 2 in 1 goal to appearance ratio and cairney is one of the best central midfielders I have seen down at Ewood for a long time. I have friends who are city fans who were really impressed with his performances.

The general atmosphere at the ground has been great , you can see people starting to believe in the team, joint 5th top scorers in the league, but 10 th best defence , clearly points to our defeciencies and I think we will see those addressed this summer.

The investment in young hungry players, shows a that there is planning at the club for the first time in a while. I will be back again next season, hopefully many more will
As close too an apology as is likely to be given, having gone through the toughest times I have ever experienced as a Blackburn fan in recent years, I am starting to feel we have come through the other side of a very dark tunnel. This season has been a real shift forward, mistakes have been made but the positives have out weighed them for me. The permanent addition of Gestede and Cairney have been particulary pleasing, Gestede has weighed in with a close to 2 in 1 goal to appearance ratio and cairney is one of the best central midfielders I have seen down at Ewood for a long time. I have friends who are city fans who were really impressed with his performances. The general atmosphere at the ground has been great , you can see people starting to believe in the team, joint 5th top scorers in the league, but 10 th best defence , clearly points to our defeciencies and I think we will see those addressed this summer. The investment in young hungry players, shows a that there is planning at the club for the first time in a while. I will be back again next season, hopefully many more will inflightmagazine
  • Score: 20

10:16am Thu 22 May 14

Stretch_22 says...

About the actual article though, I believe this goes a long way to getting fans back to Ewood. This is what everyone has wanted for a long time, and if they are serious about Blackburn, then happier times are ahead!

Next season is looking good for us, having at least 8 quality players now, not just one. I believe a lot of teams will not be looking forward to playing against us!
About the actual article though, I believe this goes a long way to getting fans back to Ewood. This is what everyone has wanted for a long time, and if they are serious about Blackburn, then happier times are ahead! Next season is looking good for us, having at least 8 quality players now, not just one. I believe a lot of teams will not be looking forward to playing against us! Stretch_22
  • Score: 11

10:23am Thu 22 May 14

Bazzer says...

Onwards! Upwards! A huge step forward! The Premier League awaits in fear! We shall return!!!
Onwards! Upwards! A huge step forward! The Premier League awaits in fear! We shall return!!! Bazzer
  • Score: 3

10:23am Thu 22 May 14

LonglivetheVenkys says...

Good old Venkys
Don't you just love 'em.
Good old Venkys Don't you just love 'em. LonglivetheVenkys
  • Score: -7

10:25am Thu 22 May 14

owd nick says...

J.C - Rishton wrote:
Norman T Wangler wrote:
apology accepted, thankyou. time to move on with a clean slate. may I also apologise for teying to get to ur convoy of cars last time u left the ground. it wont happen again from me. l
what apology ??

The statement is welcome and very much a step in the right direction but there is NO apology for the chaos, division and mismanagement they have heaped upon our club.

They only say they they are "sorry" for not having brought us sucess - which is basically, meaningless.
Come on JC, how else can you interpret the words "Deeply sorry"? It's couched in "Not bringing success", I agree but it's there at long last.

In the context of a matriarchal, top down society that phrase has immense meaning.

They are never going to apologise directly for the terrible mistakes and errors of judgement of the last couple of years, that simply isn't the way they do things in their culture, but this is the start most fans have been waiting for.

There are still far too many divisions at this club, especially between the fans, I for one am tired of it all. We all need to look forward for a change because we can't do anything about the past.
[quote][p][bold]J.C - Rishton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norman T Wangler[/bold] wrote: apology accepted, thankyou. time to move on with a clean slate. may I also apologise for teying to get to ur convoy of cars last time u left the ground. it wont happen again from me. l[/p][/quote]what apology ?? The statement is welcome and very much a step in the right direction but there is NO apology for the chaos, division and mismanagement they have heaped upon our club. They only say they they are "sorry" for not having brought us sucess - which is basically, meaningless.[/p][/quote]Come on JC, how else can you interpret the words "Deeply sorry"? It's couched in "Not bringing success", I agree but it's there at long last. In the context of a matriarchal, top down society that phrase has immense meaning. They are never going to apologise directly for the terrible mistakes and errors of judgement of the last couple of years, that simply isn't the way they do things in their culture, but this is the start most fans have been waiting for. There are still far too many divisions at this club, especially between the fans, I for one am tired of it all. We all need to look forward for a change because we can't do anything about the past. owd nick
  • Score: 9

10:30am Thu 22 May 14

owd nick says...

French Rover wrote:
I still cannot actually believe we have this quite positive communication from our owners. I know it may not say a lot of the things that a lot of Rovers fans have been demanding Venkys say - but we have to accept that it is a step forwards for them to make any kind of sensible statement like this to Rovers fans.

Their words show a good understanding of the current situation at the club and an appreciation of the good work the Rovers staff at all levels are doing, and that is a `first` also...

Nice start to the day - Allez les Bleus!
I read it on twitter before I got up this morning, couldn't believe it at first.

It's clear, concise, well written and covers all the bases, just what we needed and probably made at exactly the right time as well.

The chink of light at the end of the tunnel grows brighter.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: I still cannot actually believe we have this quite positive communication from our owners. I know it may not say a lot of the things that a lot of Rovers fans have been demanding Venkys say - but we have to accept that it is a step forwards for them to make any kind of sensible statement like this to Rovers fans. Their words show a good understanding of the current situation at the club and an appreciation of the good work the Rovers staff at all levels are doing, and that is a `first` also... Nice start to the day - Allez les Bleus![/p][/quote]I read it on twitter before I got up this morning, couldn't believe it at first. It's clear, concise, well written and covers all the bases, just what we needed and probably made at exactly the right time as well. The chink of light at the end of the tunnel grows brighter. owd nick
  • Score: 7

10:36am Thu 22 May 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

I think I actually love the Venkys, they are the greatest thing ever to happen to BRFC.

They are just brilliant at getting Blackburn fans' hopes up and then urinating on them from a great height.

LLTV.
I think I actually love the Venkys, they are the greatest thing ever to happen to BRFC. They are just brilliant at getting Blackburn fans' hopes up and then urinating on them from a great height. LLTV. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -5

10:44am Thu 22 May 14

LonglivetheVenkys says...

"We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that"

Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it.
"We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that" Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it. LonglivetheVenkys
  • Score: -3

10:46am Thu 22 May 14

dixie.normous says...

They have learned the hard way instead of listing to the original boardroom, fans, media and just about anyone who had ties to Blackburn Rovers. They have made a rod for there own back which will take years to repair however at least this is a step in the right direction.
They have learned the hard way instead of listing to the original boardroom, fans, media and just about anyone who had ties to Blackburn Rovers. They have made a rod for there own back which will take years to repair however at least this is a step in the right direction. dixie.normous
  • Score: 7

10:57am Thu 22 May 14

Ewood_Mark says...

Thanks Venkys for being the best owners a club could ever wish for. Just please bring back Shebby so we can be one big family again. The Fans - Shebby - Venkys

Much love xxx
Thanks Venkys for being the best owners a club could ever wish for. Just please bring back Shebby so we can be one big family again. The Fans - Shebby - Venkys Much love xxx Ewood_Mark
  • Score: -8

10:59am Thu 22 May 14

Ewood_Mark says...

Venkys - Giving Blackburn fans false hope since 2010
Venkys - Giving Blackburn fans false hope since 2010 Ewood_Mark
  • Score: -10

11:04am Thu 22 May 14

LonglivetheVenkys says...

Ewood_Mark wrote:
Venkys - Giving Blackburn fans false hope since 2010
Jekyll and Hyde springs to mind.
[quote][p][bold]Ewood_Mark[/bold] wrote: Venkys - Giving Blackburn fans false hope since 2010[/p][/quote]Jekyll and Hyde springs to mind. LonglivetheVenkys
  • Score: -5

11:07am Thu 22 May 14

Heidenreicher says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read.

As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability.
Roll on the start.
Have you missed me?

What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park.

What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.
Lets be honest, no one would miss you even when you snuff it.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.[/p][/quote]Lets be honest, no one would miss you even when you snuff it. Heidenreicher
  • Score: 8

11:07am Thu 22 May 14

Welsh Rover says...

There was never going to be the grovelling apology that some fans craved, but this is an apology nonetheless, albeit a bit contrite. I dare say it won't be good enough, or it comes too late, for some fans, but just by reading the comments above it seems there is an overwhelmingly positive reaction to this open letter.

None of us can turn the clock back so we're left with little choice but to look to the future. It is a relief to see Venky's acknowledge the good work done by Bowyer and the staff in getting the club facing in the right direction again. There's still a lot of work to do but the foundations are in place and it's clear that the owners are happy for Bowyer to oversee the next stage of the build.

FFP will likely lead to a transfer embargo in January, as well as dictate a lot of what happens this summer. However, Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted. Historically, players in these positions are usually the most expensive to buy. Although we need a new right-back and another centre-half, it should cost less than had we needed to find two or three new forwards.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
There was never going to be the grovelling apology that some fans craved, but this is an apology nonetheless, albeit a bit contrite. I dare say it won't be good enough, or it comes too late, for some fans, but just by reading the comments above it seems there is an overwhelmingly positive reaction to this open letter. None of us can turn the clock back so we're left with little choice but to look to the future. It is a relief to see Venky's acknowledge the good work done by Bowyer and the staff in getting the club facing in the right direction again. There's still a lot of work to do but the foundations are in place and it's clear that the owners are happy for Bowyer to oversee the next stage of the build. FFP will likely lead to a transfer embargo in January, as well as dictate a lot of what happens this summer. However, Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted. Historically, players in these positions are usually the most expensive to buy. Although we need a new right-back and another centre-half, it should cost less than had we needed to find two or three new forwards. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision! Welsh Rover
  • Score: 7

11:08am Thu 22 May 14

PhilipMc says...

LonglivetheVenkys wrote:
"We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that"

Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it.
yeh like the investment of new football pitches hahahhaah
[quote][p][bold]LonglivetheVenkys[/bold] wrote: "We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that" Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it.[/p][/quote]yeh like the investment of new football pitches hahahhaah PhilipMc
  • Score: 7

11:14am Thu 22 May 14

LonglivetheVenkys says...

PhilipMc wrote:
LonglivetheVenkys wrote:
"We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that"

Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it.
yeh like the investment of new football pitches hahahhaah
Wait and see
I wouldn't be counting my chickens if I were you.
[quote][p][bold]PhilipMc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LonglivetheVenkys[/bold] wrote: "We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that" Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it.[/p][/quote]yeh like the investment of new football pitches hahahhaah[/p][/quote]Wait and see I wouldn't be counting my chickens if I were you. LonglivetheVenkys
  • Score: -4

11:21am Thu 22 May 14

jimluftas says...

LonglivetheVenkys wrote:
PhilipMc wrote:
LonglivetheVenkys wrote:
"We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that"

Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it.
yeh like the investment of new football pitches hahahhaah
Wait and see
I wouldn't be counting my chickens if I were you.
Ha ha chickens! I see what you did there. You should be on stage. Instead you spend your life reading about an inferior team that you hate.
[quote][p][bold]LonglivetheVenkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilipMc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LonglivetheVenkys[/bold] wrote: "We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that" Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it.[/p][/quote]yeh like the investment of new football pitches hahahhaah[/p][/quote]Wait and see I wouldn't be counting my chickens if I were you.[/p][/quote]Ha ha chickens! I see what you did there. You should be on stage. Instead you spend your life reading about an inferior team that you hate. jimluftas
  • Score: 5

11:29am Thu 22 May 14

LonglivetheVenkys says...

jimluftas wrote:
LonglivetheVenkys wrote:
PhilipMc wrote:
LonglivetheVenkys wrote:
"We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that"

Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it.
yeh like the investment of new football pitches hahahhaah
Wait and see
I wouldn't be counting my chickens if I were you.
Ha ha chickens! I see what you did there. You should be on stage. Instead you spend your life reading about an inferior team that you hate.
I don't "hate" anybody, I leave all that stuff to Blackburn fans.
[quote][p][bold]jimluftas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LonglivetheVenkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilipMc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LonglivetheVenkys[/bold] wrote: "We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that" Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it.[/p][/quote]yeh like the investment of new football pitches hahahhaah[/p][/quote]Wait and see I wouldn't be counting my chickens if I were you.[/p][/quote]Ha ha chickens! I see what you did there. You should be on stage. Instead you spend your life reading about an inferior team that you hate.[/p][/quote]I don't "hate" anybody, I leave all that stuff to Blackburn fans. LonglivetheVenkys
  • Score: -3

11:32am Thu 22 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Though I'm not fully content or confident while they are owners I think this is a massive step forward and fair do's to them. I came in back in the days of Bill Fox and remember people complaining about him. Didn't stop me enjoying Garner, Sellars, Price etc. In between we lived the dream under the perfect owner, not trully seen anywhere else since or ever likely to be in any club so lets be thankful that it happened rather than letting it be a cloud hanging over us. Now is the reality for a town club like ours and though it's a shame to have lost a lot of the strong foundation Jack built, it ain't all that bad and I think I'd prefer to be a good solid Championship club than hanging on in the Prem awaiting the inevitable. The future's looking brighter........
Though I'm not fully content or confident while they are owners I think this is a massive step forward and fair do's to them. I came in back in the days of Bill Fox and remember people complaining about him. Didn't stop me enjoying Garner, Sellars, Price etc. In between we lived the dream under the perfect owner, not trully seen anywhere else since or ever likely to be in any club so lets be thankful that it happened rather than letting it be a cloud hanging over us. Now is the reality for a town club like ours and though it's a shame to have lost a lot of the strong foundation Jack built, it ain't all that bad and I think I'd prefer to be a good solid Championship club than hanging on in the Prem awaiting the inevitable. The future's looking brighter........ TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 6

11:58am Thu 22 May 14

digitusjonfred says...

Thank you Venky,s for your comments NOW LETS GET IT RIGHT !!
Thank you Venky,s for your comments NOW LETS GET IT RIGHT !! digitusjonfred
  • Score: 7

12:05pm Thu 22 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Bazzer wrote:
Onwards! Upwards! A huge step forward! The Premier League awaits in fear! We shall return!!!
LOL!

Superb. Really does make my day reading these comment. You are the most deluded supporters in the history of the game of football.

"The Premier League awaits in fear!"

LOL!

No matter how hard the Venky's slap you down you just keep on believing their nonsense. All it's taken is for some Micky Mouse appointment to pen a few words intended to convey a message of progress and stability, i.e. just what the fans want to hear, and you're all in love with the Venky's again.

Big thumbs up to the new "director of communications", he'll be getting a nice fat bonus for this one. Mrs Desai will not sit back and wait for the inevitable sh!tstorm of FFP to arrive safe in the knowledge that she's taken the edge off.

You couldn't make it up!
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: Onwards! Upwards! A huge step forward! The Premier League awaits in fear! We shall return!!![/p][/quote]LOL! Superb. Really does make my day reading these comment. You are the most deluded supporters in the history of the game of football. "The Premier League awaits in fear!" LOL! No matter how hard the Venky's slap you down you just keep on believing their nonsense. All it's taken is for some Micky Mouse appointment to pen a few words intended to convey a message of progress and stability, i.e. just what the fans want to hear, and you're all in love with the Venky's again. Big thumbs up to the new "director of communications", he'll be getting a nice fat bonus for this one. Mrs Desai will not sit back and wait for the inevitable sh!tstorm of FFP to arrive safe in the knowledge that she's taken the edge off. You couldn't make it up! Super_Clarets
  • Score: -2

12:10pm Thu 22 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Welsh Rover wrote:
There was never going to be the grovelling apology that some fans craved, but this is an apology nonetheless, albeit a bit contrite. I dare say it won't be good enough, or it comes too late, for some fans, but just by reading the comments above it seems there is an overwhelmingly positive reaction to this open letter.

None of us can turn the clock back so we're left with little choice but to look to the future. It is a relief to see Venky's acknowledge the good work done by Bowyer and the staff in getting the club facing in the right direction again. There's still a lot of work to do but the foundations are in place and it's clear that the owners are happy for Bowyer to oversee the next stage of the build.

FFP will likely lead to a transfer embargo in January, as well as dictate a lot of what happens this summer. However, Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted. Historically, players in these positions are usually the most expensive to buy. Although we need a new right-back and another centre-half, it should cost less than had we needed to find two or three new forwards.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
"Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted"

But with the need to cut the losses by approx. £25million this season its pretty safe to say these players will be leaving in the not too distant future. I would expect any player with a reasonable transfer value to be shipped out.
[quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: There was never going to be the grovelling apology that some fans craved, but this is an apology nonetheless, albeit a bit contrite. I dare say it won't be good enough, or it comes too late, for some fans, but just by reading the comments above it seems there is an overwhelmingly positive reaction to this open letter. None of us can turn the clock back so we're left with little choice but to look to the future. It is a relief to see Venky's acknowledge the good work done by Bowyer and the staff in getting the club facing in the right direction again. There's still a lot of work to do but the foundations are in place and it's clear that the owners are happy for Bowyer to oversee the next stage of the build. FFP will likely lead to a transfer embargo in January, as well as dictate a lot of what happens this summer. However, Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted. Historically, players in these positions are usually the most expensive to buy. Although we need a new right-back and another centre-half, it should cost less than had we needed to find two or three new forwards. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]"Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted" But with the need to cut the losses by approx. £25million this season its pretty safe to say these players will be leaving in the not too distant future. I would expect any player with a reasonable transfer value to be shipped out. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -6

12:17pm Thu 22 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Fartonadingleshead wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
A Darener wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.
Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.
Your just wound up, cos things are moving in the right direction, and not in the way you want. Everyone ( including Burnley fans) aggree that your a complete dork who knows nothing.
Does every reader of this comment ( apart from notsosuper carrot) aggree with my last statement?
I think you notsosuper carrot should go down to Ewood, kneel before the statue of the great SIR Jack Walker and apologise to Rovers fans, on match day, for your complete and utter drivel that has the misfortune of slavering out of your deformed and toothless mouth.
I expect that statue will soon be removed as the Venky's seek to imprint their name on the history of Blackburn Rovers. I predict a replacement of the old meaningless Jack Walker statue with a more relevant symbol of your future.

A bronze effigy of the man who now symbolises all that Blackburn Roves is about, none other than the rotund, medallion wearing, hairy-chested party animal that is Balaji Rao.

You are now the plaything of Indian chicken farmers. Jack Walker is no more and his influence is long gone, the future is Venky!
[quote][p][bold]Fartonadingleshead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.[/p][/quote]Your just wound up, cos things are moving in the right direction, and not in the way you want. Everyone ( including Burnley fans) aggree that your a complete dork who knows nothing. Does every reader of this comment ( apart from notsosuper carrot) aggree with my last statement? I think you notsosuper carrot should go down to Ewood, kneel before the statue of the great SIR Jack Walker and apologise to Rovers fans, on match day, for your complete and utter drivel that has the misfortune of slavering out of your deformed and toothless mouth.[/p][/quote]I expect that statue will soon be removed as the Venky's seek to imprint their name on the history of Blackburn Rovers. I predict a replacement of the old meaningless Jack Walker statue with a more relevant symbol of your future. A bronze effigy of the man who now symbolises all that Blackburn Roves is about, none other than the rotund, medallion wearing, hairy-chested party animal that is Balaji Rao. You are now the plaything of Indian chicken farmers. Jack Walker is no more and his influence is long gone, the future is Venky! Super_Clarets
  • Score: -4

12:24pm Thu 22 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Stretch_22 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read.

As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability.
Roll on the start.
Have you missed me?

What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park.

What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.
Your obsession with Rovers is amazing! If we are truly in Burnley's shadow, and Burnley are so amazing, and Rovers is such sh!te, then why aren't you taking the same approach as Man Utd fans, and basically forget the fact that we exist??

FFP is coming, however I strongly doubt it will affect us as much as you predict. Like you predicted us to be in League One next season, we are not. Like we sold Jordan Rhodes in January, we didn't. Like we are in administration, we are not.

Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season, and get a book on banter with your dole money...
I actually predicted League One for you clowns in 2015/16. I stand by that prediction. FFP will make a far bigger impact than you seem to be willing to accept, to make a saving of £25million in the Championship with poor attendances, next to no sponsorship and utterly clueless owners is a big ask. You will see soon enough. Jordan Rhodes will be sold to aid in the process of becoming complaint with the rules that we now know are not going away. Administration will follow in League One when the Venky's depart. It's simple economics. Stop burying your head in the sand.


"Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season"

We heard this all last season, and just look what happened. It's time to accept your position, you are the little club once again, you've had your fun spending an old man's life savings and now it's time to pay the price.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER!
[quote][p][bold]Stretch_22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.[/p][/quote]Your obsession with Rovers is amazing! If we are truly in Burnley's shadow, and Burnley are so amazing, and Rovers is such sh!te, then why aren't you taking the same approach as Man Utd fans, and basically forget the fact that we exist?? FFP is coming, however I strongly doubt it will affect us as much as you predict. Like you predicted us to be in League One next season, we are not. Like we sold Jordan Rhodes in January, we didn't. Like we are in administration, we are not. Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season, and get a book on banter with your dole money...[/p][/quote]I actually predicted League One for you clowns in 2015/16. I stand by that prediction. FFP will make a far bigger impact than you seem to be willing to accept, to make a saving of £25million in the Championship with poor attendances, next to no sponsorship and utterly clueless owners is a big ask. You will see soon enough. Jordan Rhodes will be sold to aid in the process of becoming complaint with the rules that we now know are not going away. Administration will follow in League One when the Venky's depart. It's simple economics. Stop burying your head in the sand. "Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season" We heard this all last season, and just look what happened. It's time to accept your position, you are the little club once again, you've had your fun spending an old man's life savings and now it's time to pay the price. STAYING DOWN FOREVER! Super_Clarets
  • Score: -9

12:42pm Thu 22 May 14

Dukes says...

VENKYS OUT


We only got this because Alan Myres went to india.
VENKYS OUT We only got this because Alan Myres went to india. Dukes
  • Score: -6

12:56pm Thu 22 May 14

Not_A_Loon_From_Pune says...

So on the whole, mostly positive comments on this forum barring the odd dingle knucklehead (if you are reading this Venkys, I hope you realise that the dim supporters of our local rivals Bumley like to post on Blackburn forums).

I for one feel more optimistic about the future and I hope this is the shape of things to come from the Venkys.
So on the whole, mostly positive comments on this forum barring the odd dingle knucklehead (if you are reading this Venkys, I hope you realise that the dim supporters of our local rivals Bumley like to post on Blackburn forums). I for one feel more optimistic about the future and I hope this is the shape of things to come from the Venkys. Not_A_Loon_From_Pune
  • Score: 5

1:13pm Thu 22 May 14

Warnie says...

it reads better if you imagine the words being read out in a scouse accent. the best news of all is that they are here to stay. praise the lord.
it reads better if you imagine the words being read out in a scouse accent. the best news of all is that they are here to stay. praise the lord. Warnie
  • Score: -2

1:20pm Thu 22 May 14

bluerob says...

BlueSkies wrote:
That's an apology in my eyes, using the word 'sorry' in the statement is as good as it will get.
Time to move on, there's enough trouble ahead without dwelling too much on the past, however quite understandable if some are unable to do so.
Great post, I agree totally.

Time for us all to move on together behind the club, team and manager.
[quote][p][bold]BlueSkies[/bold] wrote: That's an apology in my eyes, using the word 'sorry' in the statement is as good as it will get. Time to move on, there's enough trouble ahead without dwelling too much on the past, however quite understandable if some are unable to do so.[/p][/quote]Great post, I agree totally. Time for us all to move on together behind the club, team and manager. bluerob
  • Score: 2

1:22pm Thu 22 May 14

krazzi horse says...

TO LITTLE 2 LATE UNFORTUNATLEY
TO LITTLE 2 LATE UNFORTUNATLEY krazzi horse
  • Score: -3

1:22pm Thu 22 May 14

PhilipMc says...

jimluftas wrote:
LonglivetheVenkys wrote:
PhilipMc wrote:
LonglivetheVenkys wrote:
"We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that"

Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it.
yeh like the investment of new football pitches hahahhaah
Wait and see
I wouldn't be counting my chickens if I were you.
Ha ha chickens! I see what you did there. You should be on stage. Instead you spend your life reading about an inferior team that you hate.
its fine they will be down watching rovers due to the over priced season tickets being too much for their giro hahahaha
[quote][p][bold]jimluftas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LonglivetheVenkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilipMc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LonglivetheVenkys[/bold] wrote: "We, like many clubs, face the challenge of the impending Financial Fair Play rules and we will do all that is necessary to comply with that" Some serious cutbacks on the way by the sounds of it.[/p][/quote]yeh like the investment of new football pitches hahahhaah[/p][/quote]Wait and see I wouldn't be counting my chickens if I were you.[/p][/quote]Ha ha chickens! I see what you did there. You should be on stage. Instead you spend your life reading about an inferior team that you hate.[/p][/quote]its fine they will be down watching rovers due to the over priced season tickets being too much for their giro hahahaha PhilipMc
  • Score: 2

1:31pm Thu 22 May 14

burnleyglentoran says...

Walkers money's gone

Clarets are east Lancs number one

AS USUAL
Walkers money's gone Clarets are east Lancs number one AS USUAL burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -10

1:37pm Thu 22 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Stretch_22 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read.

As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability.
Roll on the start.
Have you missed me?

What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park.

What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.
Your obsession with Rovers is amazing! If we are truly in Burnley's shadow, and Burnley are so amazing, and Rovers is such sh!te, then why aren't you taking the same approach as Man Utd fans, and basically forget the fact that we exist??

FFP is coming, however I strongly doubt it will affect us as much as you predict. Like you predicted us to be in League One next season, we are not. Like we sold Jordan Rhodes in January, we didn't. Like we are in administration, we are not.

Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season, and get a book on banter with your dole money...
I actually predicted League One for you clowns in 2015/16. I stand by that prediction. FFP will make a far bigger impact than you seem to be willing to accept, to make a saving of £25million in the Championship with poor attendances, next to no sponsorship and utterly clueless owners is a big ask. You will see soon enough. Jordan Rhodes will be sold to aid in the process of becoming complaint with the rules that we now know are not going away. Administration will follow in League One when the Venky's depart. It's simple economics. Stop burying your head in the sand.


"Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season"

We heard this all last season, and just look what happened. It's time to accept your position, you are the little club once again, you've had your fun spending an old man's life savings and now it's time to pay the price.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER!
I've put a ton on that we'll have been relegated to the Conference by January due to FFP, which I'm told states any club that plays in Blue and White halves is going to be punished by treble relegation and a 300 point deduction. Apparently FFP also states that per head of population Burnley have won more World Cups than Brazil and that Burnleys recent incredible promotion to the Premier League has erased every single Blackburn Rovers achievement since 1979.

What a shambles.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stretch_22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.[/p][/quote]Your obsession with Rovers is amazing! If we are truly in Burnley's shadow, and Burnley are so amazing, and Rovers is such sh!te, then why aren't you taking the same approach as Man Utd fans, and basically forget the fact that we exist?? FFP is coming, however I strongly doubt it will affect us as much as you predict. Like you predicted us to be in League One next season, we are not. Like we sold Jordan Rhodes in January, we didn't. Like we are in administration, we are not. Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season, and get a book on banter with your dole money...[/p][/quote]I actually predicted League One for you clowns in 2015/16. I stand by that prediction. FFP will make a far bigger impact than you seem to be willing to accept, to make a saving of £25million in the Championship with poor attendances, next to no sponsorship and utterly clueless owners is a big ask. You will see soon enough. Jordan Rhodes will be sold to aid in the process of becoming complaint with the rules that we now know are not going away. Administration will follow in League One when the Venky's depart. It's simple economics. Stop burying your head in the sand. "Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season" We heard this all last season, and just look what happened. It's time to accept your position, you are the little club once again, you've had your fun spending an old man's life savings and now it's time to pay the price. STAYING DOWN FOREVER![/p][/quote]I've put a ton on that we'll have been relegated to the Conference by January due to FFP, which I'm told states any club that plays in Blue and White halves is going to be punished by treble relegation and a 300 point deduction. Apparently FFP also states that per head of population Burnley have won more World Cups than Brazil and that Burnleys recent incredible promotion to the Premier League has erased every single Blackburn Rovers achievement since 1979. What a shambles. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 13

1:42pm Thu 22 May 14

azza234 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Venky's deserve to be awarded the freedom of Blackburn for their services to comedy in the North West.
Signed anyone yet for your relegation dog fight nope thought not just do one.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Venky's deserve to be awarded the freedom of Blackburn for their services to comedy in the North West.[/p][/quote]Signed anyone yet for your relegation dog fight nope thought not just do one. azza234
  • Score: 2

1:49pm Thu 22 May 14

Tatts says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Stretch_22 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read.

As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability.
Roll on the start.
Have you missed me?

What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park.

What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.
Your obsession with Rovers is amazing! If we are truly in Burnley's shadow, and Burnley are so amazing, and Rovers is such sh!te, then why aren't you taking the same approach as Man Utd fans, and basically forget the fact that we exist??

FFP is coming, however I strongly doubt it will affect us as much as you predict. Like you predicted us to be in League One next season, we are not. Like we sold Jordan Rhodes in January, we didn't. Like we are in administration, we are not.

Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season, and get a book on banter with your dole money...
I actually predicted League One for you clowns in 2015/16. I stand by that prediction. FFP will make a far bigger impact than you seem to be willing to accept, to make a saving of £25million in the Championship with poor attendances, next to no sponsorship and utterly clueless owners is a big ask. You will see soon enough. Jordan Rhodes will be sold to aid in the process of becoming complaint with the rules that we now know are not going away. Administration will follow in League One when the Venky's depart. It's simple economics. Stop burying your head in the sand.


"Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season"

We heard this all last season, and just look what happened. It's time to accept your position, you are the little club once again, you've had your fun spending an old man's life savings and now it's time to pay the price.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER!
You're embarrassing yourself again Reek
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stretch_22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.[/p][/quote]Your obsession with Rovers is amazing! If we are truly in Burnley's shadow, and Burnley are so amazing, and Rovers is such sh!te, then why aren't you taking the same approach as Man Utd fans, and basically forget the fact that we exist?? FFP is coming, however I strongly doubt it will affect us as much as you predict. Like you predicted us to be in League One next season, we are not. Like we sold Jordan Rhodes in January, we didn't. Like we are in administration, we are not. Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season, and get a book on banter with your dole money...[/p][/quote]I actually predicted League One for you clowns in 2015/16. I stand by that prediction. FFP will make a far bigger impact than you seem to be willing to accept, to make a saving of £25million in the Championship with poor attendances, next to no sponsorship and utterly clueless owners is a big ask. You will see soon enough. Jordan Rhodes will be sold to aid in the process of becoming complaint with the rules that we now know are not going away. Administration will follow in League One when the Venky's depart. It's simple economics. Stop burying your head in the sand. "Just enjoy your time in the Premier League, watch us wave past you next season" We heard this all last season, and just look what happened. It's time to accept your position, you are the little club once again, you've had your fun spending an old man's life savings and now it's time to pay the price. STAYING DOWN FOREVER![/p][/quote]You're embarrassing yourself again Reek Tatts
  • Score: 7

1:50pm Thu 22 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Walkers money's gone

Clarets are east Lancs number one

AS USUAL
AS USUAL? Explain how that works slugtoran?

Or could it be you're just plain thick?

Either way, it's right up there with some of your all time classics like Bonleh has been a production line for England players for the last 50 years.

What an absolute cnut - but I like you. You provide folk who bother to read the sh*te posted on here with the perfect image of an overweight bitter and twisted Irish dingle who specialises in selective memory and who probably reeks of stale pies and fags.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Walkers money's gone Clarets are east Lancs number one AS USUAL[/p][/quote]AS USUAL? Explain how that works slugtoran? Or could it be you're just plain thick? Either way, it's right up there with some of your all time classics like Bonleh has been a production line for England players for the last 50 years. What an absolute cnut - but I like you. You provide folk who bother to read the sh*te posted on here with the perfect image of an overweight bitter and twisted Irish dingle who specialises in selective memory and who probably reeks of stale pies and fags. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 10

1:57pm Thu 22 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
I think I actually love the Venkys, they are the greatest thing ever to happen to BRFC.

They are just brilliant at getting Blackburn fans' hopes up and then urinating on them from a great height.

LLTV.
getting fans' hopes up be, careful what you wish for
has danny ings signed his contract yet ?
just asking
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: I think I actually love the Venkys, they are the greatest thing ever to happen to BRFC. They are just brilliant at getting Blackburn fans' hopes up and then urinating on them from a great height. LLTV.[/p][/quote]getting fans' hopes up be, careful what you wish for has danny ings signed his contract yet ? just asking jim 2012
  • Score: 4

1:58pm Thu 22 May 14

burnleyglentoran says...

The pies I'll be eating next season will be served in the Prem

While you can enjoy your sour grapes in the the lower leagues
The pies I'll be eating next season will be served in the Prem While you can enjoy your sour grapes in the the lower leagues burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -3

2:01pm Thu 22 May 14

French Rover says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
The pies I'll be eating next season will be served in the Prem

While you can enjoy your sour grapes in the the lower leagues
without Wigan and the Rovers to go to all the away pies will be putrid!
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: The pies I'll be eating next season will be served in the Prem While you can enjoy your sour grapes in the the lower leagues[/p][/quote]without Wigan and the Rovers to go to all the away pies will be putrid! French Rover
  • Score: 5

2:34pm Thu 22 May 14

slants says...

what an eyesore uuurgh.The funniest thing is about Bowyer they mean they have found a fool who will travel 16 hours to India to be told what to do and then travel 16 hours back lol the jibbs owners are priceless.
what an eyesore uuurgh.The funniest thing is about Bowyer they mean they have found a fool who will travel 16 hours to India to be told what to do and then travel 16 hours back lol the jibbs owners are priceless. slants
  • Score: -2

2:41pm Thu 22 May 14

BJS says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read.

As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability.
Roll on the start.
Have you missed me?

What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park.

What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.
Keep spouting your drivel whilst you can. It's odds on Burnley being relegated at the first attempt so you're just setting yourself up for a torrid time on here in future. Can't you see that? Maybe you can't. Anyway congratulations to the club on achieving promotion, now is when life gets a whole lot tougher!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.[/p][/quote]Keep spouting your drivel whilst you can. It's odds on Burnley being relegated at the first attempt so you're just setting yourself up for a torrid time on here in future. Can't you see that? Maybe you can't. Anyway congratulations to the club on achieving promotion, now is when life gets a whole lot tougher! BJS
  • Score: 5

2:52pm Thu 22 May 14

crankitup says...

firstly, come and say it to us in person and admit you ripped the heart out of OUR club....

secondly, as Rovers fans we will always be committed and supportive of OUR club and Manager.....

thirdly, Quote "We have learned some very valuable and costly lessons in our quest to make you, the fans, happy and proud of Rovers".....you should have took advice from people in the know before Coc*ing OUR club up, and we will always be proud of OUR club.....owners, managers and players come and go, but we the fans will be here till the end.....

fourthly Quote " We are truly thankful of the support you give to the manager and the team and we want to repay that by our continued commitment in Blackburn Rovers" for wrecking OUR club you owe us at least some commitment in respect of TRYING to put things right.....

fifthly, the only thing i can agree with from the above is that we THE FANS are also looking forward to next season, in a hope we can gain promotion to the premier league (the league your moronic decisions took us from).....and although you letter penned by i feel a third party goes some way to an apology....i look forward to seeing you stood in Ewood saying you made some monumental misjudgments and listened to the wrong people....and accept the OUR clubs current position is down to you lot.....no one else.....YOU LOT.

my opinion.....click away!
firstly, come and say it to us in person and admit you ripped the heart out of OUR club.... secondly, as Rovers fans we will always be committed and supportive of OUR club and Manager..... thirdly, Quote "We have learned some very valuable and costly lessons in our quest to make you, the fans, happy and proud of Rovers".....you should have took advice from people in the know before Coc*ing OUR club up, and we will always be proud of OUR club.....owners, managers and players come and go, but we the fans will be here till the end..... fourthly Quote " We are truly thankful of the support you give to the manager and the team and we want to repay that by our continued commitment in Blackburn Rovers" for wrecking OUR club you owe us at least some commitment in respect of TRYING to put things right..... fifthly, the only thing i can agree with from the above is that we THE FANS are also looking forward to next season, in a hope we can gain promotion to the premier league (the league your moronic decisions took us from).....and although you letter penned by i feel a third party goes some way to an apology....i look forward to seeing you stood in Ewood saying you made some monumental misjudgments and listened to the wrong people....and accept the OUR clubs current position is down to you lot.....no one else.....YOU LOT. my opinion.....click away! crankitup
  • Score: -6

2:54pm Thu 22 May 14

Old age pensioner says...

They have apologised, they have said it's been costly what more do you moaning fans want, move on, it's there club there money, look forward instead of looking back all the time, I'm really looking forward to next year and it's a long time since I said that.
They have apologised, they have said it's been costly what more do you moaning fans want, move on, it's there club there money, look forward instead of looking back all the time, I'm really looking forward to next year and it's a long time since I said that. Old age pensioner
  • Score: 2

2:57pm Thu 22 May 14

greenscreener says...

Welsh Rover wrote:
There was never going to be the grovelling apology that some fans craved, but this is an apology nonetheless, albeit a bit contrite. I dare say it won't be good enough, or it comes too late, for some fans, but just by reading the comments above it seems there is an overwhelmingly positive reaction to this open letter.

None of us can turn the clock back so we're left with little choice but to look to the future. It is a relief to see Venky's acknowledge the good work done by Bowyer and the staff in getting the club facing in the right direction again. There's still a lot of work to do but the foundations are in place and it's clear that the owners are happy for Bowyer to oversee the next stage of the build.

FFP will likely lead to a transfer embargo in January, as well as dictate a lot of what happens this summer. However, Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted. Historically, players in these positions are usually the most expensive to buy. Although we need a new right-back and another centre-half, it should cost less than had we needed to find two or three new forwards.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Agreed, we need to look forward now. I think we are at the point where we have to accept a section of support is lost forever, but if what we have next season gets behind the team then they won't be missed.

And thanks for the translation, it's good to know no Rovers memorabilia was harmed in the writing of your comments !

efallai y bydd eich cennin glas a gwyn dyfu'n gryf
[quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: There was never going to be the grovelling apology that some fans craved, but this is an apology nonetheless, albeit a bit contrite. I dare say it won't be good enough, or it comes too late, for some fans, but just by reading the comments above it seems there is an overwhelmingly positive reaction to this open letter. None of us can turn the clock back so we're left with little choice but to look to the future. It is a relief to see Venky's acknowledge the good work done by Bowyer and the staff in getting the club facing in the right direction again. There's still a lot of work to do but the foundations are in place and it's clear that the owners are happy for Bowyer to oversee the next stage of the build. FFP will likely lead to a transfer embargo in January, as well as dictate a lot of what happens this summer. However, Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted. Historically, players in these positions are usually the most expensive to buy. Although we need a new right-back and another centre-half, it should cost less than had we needed to find two or three new forwards. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]Agreed, we need to look forward now. I think we are at the point where we have to accept a section of support is lost forever, but if what we have next season gets behind the team then they won't be missed. And thanks for the translation, it's good to know no Rovers memorabilia was harmed in the writing of your comments ! efallai y bydd eich cennin glas a gwyn dyfu'n gryf greenscreener
  • Score: 2

3:00pm Thu 22 May 14

MxMave says...

The Venky's hate was justified a year or two ago. It isn't any more.
For me - if your a "stay away" fan, your not a fan anymore. Your sulking about the past and deep down, don't want to support a team that isn't in the prem.

You can continue to hate Venky's for footing the bill for millions of quid each month to keep a small Lancashire club in the upper echelons of football but at some point you've got to realise, this is reality, we are lucky to have multi-million pound owners. If they leave, is Mr Blackburn going to step in with his millions? No. It'll be some Saudi or far eastern concern and you'll still hate them if your not in the top league.

My original fear was Venky's were asset stripping the club. I think we can safely assume that this isn't the case. On a xenophobic note, i'd rather Indians as owners than most other countries involved in club ownership.
The Venky's hate was justified a year or two ago. It isn't any more. For me - if your a "stay away" fan, your not a fan anymore. Your sulking about the past and deep down, don't want to support a team that isn't in the prem. You can continue to hate Venky's for footing the bill for millions of quid each month to keep a small Lancashire club in the upper echelons of football but at some point you've got to realise, this is reality, we are lucky to have multi-million pound owners. If they leave, is Mr Blackburn going to step in with his millions? No. It'll be some Saudi or far eastern concern and you'll still hate them if your not in the top league. My original fear was Venky's were asset stripping the club. I think we can safely assume that this isn't the case. On a xenophobic note, i'd rather Indians as owners than most other countries involved in club ownership. MxMave
  • Score: 6

3:05pm Thu 22 May 14

crankitup says...

Old age pensioner wrote:
They have apologised, they have said it's been costly what more do you moaning fans want, move on, it's there club there money, look forward instead of looking back all the time, I'm really looking forward to next year and it's a long time since I said that.
OAP.....you say it's their club.....then tell me who will be left to pick up the pieces when the chicken pluckers have long gone....i'll tell you who...US the fans...the real owners of OUR club.....i too am looking forward to next season, as a season ticket holder since the 70's i always will.....US moaning fans want our club to be as it was....yes, we might not have been a top six or even top ten team in the premier league but we were in the premier league and unbeaten by the dingles in 35 years.....people like you wind me up...because not all people agree with the happy clappers that makes us the bad ones.....we pay our money...and by god we'll have our say.....keep happy clapping OAP......just keep clapping
[quote][p][bold]Old age pensioner[/bold] wrote: They have apologised, they have said it's been costly what more do you moaning fans want, move on, it's there club there money, look forward instead of looking back all the time, I'm really looking forward to next year and it's a long time since I said that.[/p][/quote]OAP.....you say it's their club.....then tell me who will be left to pick up the pieces when the chicken pluckers have long gone....i'll tell you who...US the fans...the real owners of OUR club.....i too am looking forward to next season, as a season ticket holder since the 70's i always will.....US moaning fans want our club to be as it was....yes, we might not have been a top six or even top ten team in the premier league but we were in the premier league and unbeaten by the dingles in 35 years.....people like you wind me up...because not all people agree with the happy clappers that makes us the bad ones.....we pay our money...and by god we'll have our say.....keep happy clapping OAP......just keep clapping crankitup
  • Score: -1

3:05pm Thu 22 May 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

Is It just me or do any of you think Anuradha J Desai looking abit raunchy in that picture ?
Oh well I suppose It's a age thing. (.)(.) .
Is It just me or do any of you think Anuradha J Desai looking abit raunchy in that picture ? Oh well I suppose It's a age thing. (.)(.) . .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: -6

3:43pm Thu 22 May 14

Welsh Rover says...

greenscreener wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
There was never going to be the grovelling apology that some fans craved, but this is an apology nonetheless, albeit a bit contrite. I dare say it won't be good enough, or it comes too late, for some fans, but just by reading the comments above it seems there is an overwhelmingly positive reaction to this open letter.

None of us can turn the clock back so we're left with little choice but to look to the future. It is a relief to see Venky's acknowledge the good work done by Bowyer and the staff in getting the club facing in the right direction again. There's still a lot of work to do but the foundations are in place and it's clear that the owners are happy for Bowyer to oversee the next stage of the build.

FFP will likely lead to a transfer embargo in January, as well as dictate a lot of what happens this summer. However, Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted. Historically, players in these positions are usually the most expensive to buy. Although we need a new right-back and another centre-half, it should cost less than had we needed to find two or three new forwards.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Agreed, we need to look forward now. I think we are at the point where we have to accept a section of support is lost forever, but if what we have next season gets behind the team then they won't be missed.

And thanks for the translation, it's good to know no Rovers memorabilia was harmed in the writing of your comments !

efallai y bydd eich cennin glas a gwyn dyfu'n gryf
Agreed, some fans are lost forever but I actually think that, on the back of the turnaround this season, the gates will go up again in the next. Not by a huge amount, but it'll all help.

Good thinking with the blue and white leeks. Perhaps I should sell them outside the Cardiff City Stadium when we visit next season. I could even flog them to the restless home fans as a sign of protest against Vincent 'Red' Tan... kerching!

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: There was never going to be the grovelling apology that some fans craved, but this is an apology nonetheless, albeit a bit contrite. I dare say it won't be good enough, or it comes too late, for some fans, but just by reading the comments above it seems there is an overwhelmingly positive reaction to this open letter. None of us can turn the clock back so we're left with little choice but to look to the future. It is a relief to see Venky's acknowledge the good work done by Bowyer and the staff in getting the club facing in the right direction again. There's still a lot of work to do but the foundations are in place and it's clear that the owners are happy for Bowyer to oversee the next stage of the build. FFP will likely lead to a transfer embargo in January, as well as dictate a lot of what happens this summer. However, Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted. Historically, players in these positions are usually the most expensive to buy. Although we need a new right-back and another centre-half, it should cost less than had we needed to find two or three new forwards. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]Agreed, we need to look forward now. I think we are at the point where we have to accept a section of support is lost forever, but if what we have next season gets behind the team then they won't be missed. And thanks for the translation, it's good to know no Rovers memorabilia was harmed in the writing of your comments ! efallai y bydd eich cennin glas a gwyn dyfu'n gryf[/p][/quote]Agreed, some fans are lost forever but I actually think that, on the back of the turnaround this season, the gates will go up again in the next. Not by a huge amount, but it'll all help. Good thinking with the blue and white leeks. Perhaps I should sell them outside the Cardiff City Stadium when we visit next season. I could even flog them to the restless home fans as a sign of protest against Vincent 'Red' Tan... kerching! Dewch Ar Chi Gleision! Welsh Rover
  • Score: 2

4:49pm Thu 22 May 14

tall in the saddle says...

BJS wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read.

As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability.
Roll on the start.
Have you missed me?

What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park.

What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.
Keep spouting your drivel whilst you can. It's odds on Burnley being relegated at the first attempt so you're just setting yourself up for a torrid time on here in future. Can't you see that? Maybe you can't. Anyway congratulations to the club on achieving promotion, now is when life gets a whole lot tougher!
BJS, they were one of the favourites last season to get relegated. Whatever happens it’s going to be enjoyable to see the top teams in the country at Turf Moor again. Also the lucre is damned well attractive.
[quote][p][bold]BJS[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Where is SC? Usually first on here. Obviously doesn't like what he read. As for the Venky's "apology" it does go some way towards reconciliation, but, does not cover past bad decisions. I said if they apologised I would return to the fold. Now I know some fans have said we don't need you so good riddance. I understand that but I stick by what I did. Now however may be the time to get back to actually attending matches again. I will consider my options, buy a season ticket or initially go match on match. Hopefully next season will see even more stability. Roll on the start.[/p][/quote]Have you missed me? What's not to like? Venky's are clearly intent on flogging this dead horse until there's nothing left of it. As long as they are in charge of your club you WILL be seeing League One football at Ewood Park. What you see as stability is a club on a slow and steady decline. FFP is the next piece in the puzzle that will shunt you down further due to the necessity to further strip down and weaken your squad.[/p][/quote]Keep spouting your drivel whilst you can. It's odds on Burnley being relegated at the first attempt so you're just setting yourself up for a torrid time on here in future. Can't you see that? Maybe you can't. Anyway congratulations to the club on achieving promotion, now is when life gets a whole lot tougher![/p][/quote]BJS, they were one of the favourites last season to get relegated. Whatever happens it’s going to be enjoyable to see the top teams in the country at Turf Moor again. Also the lucre is damned well attractive. tall in the saddle
  • Score: -1

6:42pm Thu 22 May 14

jogalot says...

greenscreener wrote:
Ok, so now we have something for those who wanted apologies and communications to pour over and analyse, some will take it as a conciliatory gesture, others will deride it as too little too late. Personally it's not a big issue.

I am interested in actions, not words, if GB is actively supported in his rebuilding work this summer then that's good enough for me.

Bring on next season, COYB.
Agree. Actions speak louder than words and now it's time for action.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: Ok, so now we have something for those who wanted apologies and communications to pour over and analyse, some will take it as a conciliatory gesture, others will deride it as too little too late. Personally it's not a big issue. I am interested in actions, not words, if GB is actively supported in his rebuilding work this summer then that's good enough for me. Bring on next season, COYB.[/p][/quote]Agree. Actions speak louder than words and now it's time for action. jogalot
  • Score: -1

6:43pm Thu 22 May 14

noddy57 says...

Norman T Wangler wrote:
apology accepted, thankyou. time to move on with a clean slate. may I also apologise for teying to get to ur convoy of cars last time u left the ground. it wont happen again from me. l
Its time to bury the hatchet, and we all need to pull in the same direction , no-body was more anti Venky than me, and like the post above there comes a time when we have to unite and get back what we all want , premiership football and long term stability , l feel that the Owners have finally grasped the nettle after a prickly start and are now ready to commit to our great club for the long haul and l for one am going to back them all the way lets get the stay away fans back in and get this club back to where it belongs.
[quote][p][bold]Norman T Wangler[/bold] wrote: apology accepted, thankyou. time to move on with a clean slate. may I also apologise for teying to get to ur convoy of cars last time u left the ground. it wont happen again from me. l[/p][/quote]Its time to bury the hatchet, and we all need to pull in the same direction , no-body was more anti Venky than me, and like the post above there comes a time when we have to unite and get back what we all want , premiership football and long term stability , l feel that the Owners have finally grasped the nettle after a prickly start and are now ready to commit to our great club for the long haul and l for one am going to back them all the way lets get the stay away fans back in and get this club back to where it belongs. noddy57
  • Score: 1

6:49pm Thu 22 May 14

peely says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Is It just me or do any of you think Anuradha J Desai looking abit raunchy in that picture ?
Oh well I suppose It's a age thing. (.)(.) .
Calm down dear !
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Is It just me or do any of you think Anuradha J Desai looking abit raunchy in that picture ? Oh well I suppose It's a age thing. (.)(.) .[/p][/quote]Calm down dear ! peely
  • Score: -1

7:07pm Thu 22 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Venky's deserve to be awarded the freedom of Blackburn for their services to comedy in the North West.
the burnley comedy club opening soon
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Venky's deserve to be awarded the freedom of Blackburn for their services to comedy in the North West.[/p][/quote]the burnley comedy club opening soon jim 2012
  • Score: 4

7:14pm Thu 22 May 14

Old age pensioner says...

crankitup wrote:
Old age pensioner wrote:
They have apologised, they have said it's been costly what more do you moaning fans want, move on, it's there club there money, look forward instead of looking back all the time, I'm really looking forward to next year and it's a long time since I said that.
OAP.....you say it's their club.....then tell me who will be left to pick up the pieces when the chicken pluckers have long gone....i'll tell you who...US the fans...the real owners of OUR club.....i too am looking forward to next season, as a season ticket holder since the 70's i always will.....US moaning fans want our club to be as it was....yes, we might not have been a top six or even top ten team in the premier league but we were in the premier league and unbeaten by the dingles in 35 years.....people like you wind me up...because not all people agree with the happy clappers that makes us the bad ones.....we pay our money...and by god we'll have our say.....keep happy clapping OAP......just keep clapping
Hi Crank
It is there club, if or when they leave it they will have sold it to new owners, you the Loyal Fan are a big part of BRFC but you don't own it.
We have been blessed with one great owner (uncle Jack) some clubs will never get an owner like him, moving on we have the Venkys who even they admit have took some terrible advice from people I believe have blead the club dry with some of the atrocious signings.
The club has stablished and we are on the up again, a new squad of hungry young players, the deadwood bettering cleared out slowly but surely and at a great loss to the owners who I believe through there stubborn pride will get this club back to where it was because they don't like to fail.
Happy Clapper No, realist Yes.
[quote][p][bold]crankitup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old age pensioner[/bold] wrote: They have apologised, they have said it's been costly what more do you moaning fans want, move on, it's there club there money, look forward instead of looking back all the time, I'm really looking forward to next year and it's a long time since I said that.[/p][/quote]OAP.....you say it's their club.....then tell me who will be left to pick up the pieces when the chicken pluckers have long gone....i'll tell you who...US the fans...the real owners of OUR club.....i too am looking forward to next season, as a season ticket holder since the 70's i always will.....US moaning fans want our club to be as it was....yes, we might not have been a top six or even top ten team in the premier league but we were in the premier league and unbeaten by the dingles in 35 years.....people like you wind me up...because not all people agree with the happy clappers that makes us the bad ones.....we pay our money...and by god we'll have our say.....keep happy clapping OAP......just keep clapping[/p][/quote]Hi Crank It is there club, if or when they leave it they will have sold it to new owners, you the Loyal Fan are a big part of BRFC but you don't own it. We have been blessed with one great owner (uncle Jack) some clubs will never get an owner like him, moving on we have the Venkys who even they admit have took some terrible advice from people I believe have blead the club dry with some of the atrocious signings. The club has stablished and we are on the up again, a new squad of hungry young players, the deadwood bettering cleared out slowly but surely and at a great loss to the owners who I believe through there stubborn pride will get this club back to where it was because they don't like to fail. Happy Clapper No, realist Yes. Old age pensioner
  • Score: -1

7:16pm Thu 22 May 14

Old age pensioner says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Is It just me or do any of you think Anuradha J Desai looking abit raunchy in that picture ?
Oh well I suppose It's a age thing. (.)(.) .
Fake!
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Is It just me or do any of you think Anuradha J Desai looking abit raunchy in that picture ? Oh well I suppose It's a age thing. (.)(.) .[/p][/quote]Fake! Old age pensioner
  • Score: 2

7:20pm Thu 22 May 14

baldie says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
God bless you Venky's, keep up the good work!
Has Ingsy signed yet?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: God bless you Venky's, keep up the good work![/p][/quote]Has Ingsy signed yet? baldie
  • Score: 6

7:35pm Thu 22 May 14

dangerous dave says...

Just a meaningless statement with no real apology to the fans in respect of the venkys attitude to the fans and mis management of the club as for gb and the rest of the cowboys just in the venkys pocket.
Out with the cowboys and indians
Just a meaningless statement with no real apology to the fans in respect of the venkys attitude to the fans and mis management of the club as for gb and the rest of the cowboys just in the venkys pocket. Out with the cowboys and indians dangerous dave
  • Score: 0

7:39pm Thu 22 May 14

baldie says...

Welsh Rover wrote:
There was never going to be the grovelling apology that some fans craved, but this is an apology nonetheless, albeit a bit contrite. I dare say it won't be good enough, or it comes too late, for some fans, but just by reading the comments above it seems there is an overwhelmingly positive reaction to this open letter.

None of us can turn the clock back so we're left with little choice but to look to the future. It is a relief to see Venky's acknowledge the good work done by Bowyer and the staff in getting the club facing in the right direction again. There's still a lot of work to do but the foundations are in place and it's clear that the owners are happy for Bowyer to oversee the next stage of the build.

FFP will likely lead to a transfer embargo in January, as well as dictate a lot of what happens this summer. However, Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted. Historically, players in these positions are usually the most expensive to buy. Although we need a new right-back and another centre-half, it should cost less than had we needed to find two or three new forwards.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Certain ones on here simply can't accept this as an apology,nor can they fully accept GB as the right man.
Otherwise they won't have an excuse for buying a non-Premiership season ticket.That's how it works.
[quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: There was never going to be the grovelling apology that some fans craved, but this is an apology nonetheless, albeit a bit contrite. I dare say it won't be good enough, or it comes too late, for some fans, but just by reading the comments above it seems there is an overwhelmingly positive reaction to this open letter. None of us can turn the clock back so we're left with little choice but to look to the future. It is a relief to see Venky's acknowledge the good work done by Bowyer and the staff in getting the club facing in the right direction again. There's still a lot of work to do but the foundations are in place and it's clear that the owners are happy for Bowyer to oversee the next stage of the build. FFP will likely lead to a transfer embargo in January, as well as dictate a lot of what happens this summer. However, Bowyer has, with the exception of a back-up striker, pretty much got the midfield and forwards sorted. Historically, players in these positions are usually the most expensive to buy. Although we need a new right-back and another centre-half, it should cost less than had we needed to find two or three new forwards. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]Certain ones on here simply can't accept this as an apology,nor can they fully accept GB as the right man. Otherwise they won't have an excuse for buying a non-Premiership season ticket.That's how it works. baldie
  • Score: 5

7:45pm Thu 22 May 14

modan says...

Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future. modan
  • Score: -6

8:16pm Thu 22 May 14

Richard Oakley says...

modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers.

Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League

I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was.

Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot

The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m.

The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better. Richard Oakley
  • Score: 0

8:17pm Thu 22 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Open letter from Blackburn Rovers owners Venky's to fans....


Dear fans,

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.....

Love Venky's. x


ps. throw anything else at us and we'll bring back Shebby Singh.
Open letter from Blackburn Rovers owners Venky's to fans.... Dear fans, STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... Love Venky's. x ps. throw anything else at us and we'll bring back Shebby Singh. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -6

8:19pm Thu 22 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds.
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -3

8:19pm Thu 22 May 14

A Darener says...

Unfortunately the large Indian population is irrelevant as the majority don't go to football matches.
Unfortunately the large Indian population is irrelevant as the majority don't go to football matches. A Darener
  • Score: 3

8:34pm Thu 22 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Desperation creeping in for the no-dads as the harrowing images of a post-FFP Blackburn Rovers is now being realised. If you thought your club was on its knees now, just wait until you've had to squeeze another £25million in savings out of it. AFC Darwen will then be your true rivals.

Financial Fair Play 1 - 0 Blackburn Rovers.
Desperation creeping in for the no-dads as the harrowing images of a post-FFP Blackburn Rovers is now being realised. If you thought your club was on its knees now, just wait until you've had to squeeze another £25million in savings out of it. AFC Darwen will then be your true rivals. Financial Fair Play 1 - 0 Blackburn Rovers. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -5

8:39pm Thu 22 May 14

modan says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds.
Rape cases in India is lower than USA please check your facts . Rapist may get life imprisonments or death sentence in India,UK is only small country with over 60 million people with the third highest rape crime in the world.
In UK rapist are set free within three years and free to rape again and again.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds.[/p][/quote]Rape cases in India is lower than USA please check your facts . Rapist may get life imprisonments or death sentence in India,UK is only small country with over 60 million people with the third highest rape crime in the world. In UK rapist are set free within three years and free to rape again and again. modan
  • Score: -2

8:43pm Thu 22 May 14

modan says...

A Darener wrote:
Unfortunately the large Indian population is irrelevant as the majority don't go to football matches.
Majority Indians support the big clubs like Man Utd Liverpool Chelsea and Arsenal.
You are right there are only few handful of Rover's supporters in town.I would guess around couple of hundred like me in Blackburn are BRFC fans.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Unfortunately the large Indian population is irrelevant as the majority don't go to football matches.[/p][/quote]Majority Indians support the big clubs like Man Utd Liverpool Chelsea and Arsenal. You are right there are only few handful of Rover's supporters in town.I would guess around couple of hundred like me in Blackburn are BRFC fans. modan
  • Score: 0

8:44pm Thu 22 May 14

baldie says...

Would an embargo include loans?Can't find confirmation anywhere.
Would an embargo include loans?Can't find confirmation anywhere. baldie
  • Score: 0

8:52pm Thu 22 May 14

modan says...

Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers.

Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League

I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was.

Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot

The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m.

The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.
Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ?
There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey.
They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives.
Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.
[quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.[/p][/quote]Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars. modan
  • Score: 0

9:11pm Thu 22 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

modan wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds.
Rape cases in India is lower than USA please check your facts . Rapist may get life imprisonments or death sentence in India,UK is only small country with over 60 million people with the third highest rape crime in the world.
In UK rapist are set free within three years and free to rape again and again.
Rape in India has been described by Radha Kumar (author and expert on ethnic conflicts and peace processes) as one of India's most common crimes against women and by the UN’s human-rights chief as a "national problem". Marital rape is not a criminal offence.

Sources show that rape cases in India have doubled between 1990 and 2008. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, in 2012 a total of 24,470 rapes were committed by a relative or neighbour. Men accounted to commit 98 per cent of reported rapes.

A man who allegedly drugged and raped his wife has been acquitted after a judge confirmed Indian rape laws do not apply to married couples.

Feminist campaigners said the judgement highlighted the failure of Indian law to protect the majority of women in the country – those who are married – from being raped or their right to refuse to have sex with their husbands.


Sounds like a right nice place.
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds.[/p][/quote]Rape cases in India is lower than USA please check your facts . Rapist may get life imprisonments or death sentence in India,UK is only small country with over 60 million people with the third highest rape crime in the world. In UK rapist are set free within three years and free to rape again and again.[/p][/quote]Rape in India has been described by Radha Kumar (author and expert on ethnic conflicts and peace processes) as one of India's most common crimes against women and by the UN’s human-rights chief as a "national problem". Marital rape is not a criminal offence. Sources show that rape cases in India have doubled between 1990 and 2008. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, in 2012 a total of 24,470 rapes were committed by a relative or neighbour. Men accounted to commit 98 per cent of reported rapes. A man who allegedly drugged and raped his wife has been acquitted after a judge confirmed Indian rape laws do not apply to married couples. Feminist campaigners said the judgement highlighted the failure of Indian law to protect the majority of women in the country – those who are married – from being raped or their right to refuse to have sex with their husbands. Sounds like a right nice place. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 10

9:17pm Thu 22 May 14

modan says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
modan wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds.
Rape cases in India is lower than USA please check your facts . Rapist may get life imprisonments or death sentence in India,UK is only small country with over 60 million people with the third highest rape crime in the world.
In UK rapist are set free within three years and free to rape again and again.
Rape in India has been described by Radha Kumar (author and expert on ethnic conflicts and peace processes) as one of India's most common crimes against women and by the UN’s human-rights chief as a "national problem". Marital rape is not a criminal offence.

Sources show that rape cases in India have doubled between 1990 and 2008. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, in 2012 a total of 24,470 rapes were committed by a relative or neighbour. Men accounted to commit 98 per cent of reported rapes.

A man who allegedly drugged and raped his wife has been acquitted after a judge confirmed Indian rape laws do not apply to married couples.

Feminist campaigners said the judgement highlighted the failure of Indian law to protect the majority of women in the country – those who are married – from being raped or their right to refuse to have sex with their husbands.


Sounds like a right nice place.
USA has the most rape cases in the world and India second and did you guess UK a small country with over 60 million people with the third highest crime rate in the world.
In India rapist are sent to life imprisonment or death sentence but in UK rapist are set free within three years and free to commit rapes again.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds.[/p][/quote]Rape cases in India is lower than USA please check your facts . Rapist may get life imprisonments or death sentence in India,UK is only small country with over 60 million people with the third highest rape crime in the world. In UK rapist are set free within three years and free to rape again and again.[/p][/quote]Rape in India has been described by Radha Kumar (author and expert on ethnic conflicts and peace processes) as one of India's most common crimes against women and by the UN’s human-rights chief as a "national problem". Marital rape is not a criminal offence. Sources show that rape cases in India have doubled between 1990 and 2008. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, in 2012 a total of 24,470 rapes were committed by a relative or neighbour. Men accounted to commit 98 per cent of reported rapes. A man who allegedly drugged and raped his wife has been acquitted after a judge confirmed Indian rape laws do not apply to married couples. Feminist campaigners said the judgement highlighted the failure of Indian law to protect the majority of women in the country – those who are married – from being raped or their right to refuse to have sex with their husbands. Sounds like a right nice place.[/p][/quote]USA has the most rape cases in the world and India second and did you guess UK a small country with over 60 million people with the third highest crime rate in the world. In India rapist are sent to life imprisonment or death sentence but in UK rapist are set free within three years and free to commit rapes again. modan
  • Score: -4

9:31pm Thu 22 May 14

Richard Oakley says...

modan wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers.

Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League

I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was.

Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot

The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m.

The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.
Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ?
There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey.
They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives.
Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.
Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games.

In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda?

There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire.

Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.[/p][/quote]Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.[/p][/quote]Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee. Richard Oakley
  • Score: 2

9:37pm Thu 22 May 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Open letter from Blackburn Rovers owners Venky's to fans....


Dear fans,

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.....

Love Venky's. x


ps. throw anything else at us and we'll bring back Shebby Singh.
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[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Open letter from Blackburn Rovers owners Venky's to fans.... Dear fans, STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... Love Venky's. x ps. throw anything else at us and we'll bring back Shebby Singh.[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzzzzzNzzzzzzz zzzzzHzzzzzzzzzzzzzz NzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzHzzz zzzzz Old age pensioner
  • Score: 6

10:15pm Thu 22 May 14

A Rover 45 years and over says...

Nothing wrong with saying sorry and continuing to the support the Club financially even though we are shipping massive losses at the moment. Let's hope they eventually achieve the success we all crave.
Nothing wrong with saying sorry and continuing to the support the Club financially even though we are shipping massive losses at the moment. Let's hope they eventually achieve the success we all crave. A Rover 45 years and over
  • Score: 1

10:36pm Thu 22 May 14

OnePostThenTheOther says...

Please just sell up at an attractive price to people that have some inkling of what football is about.
Please just sell up at an attractive price to people that have some inkling of what football is about. OnePostThenTheOther
  • Score: 5

11:18pm Thu 22 May 14

Stone Island: says...

modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
"Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC."

Thank Venky's? This is a wind up, right?

Venky's have DESTROYED BRFC. They have set us back TWENTY YEARS!
I doubt we will ever fully recover from their total mis-management of our once proud club. The VERMIN in India are beneath contempt, and I wish them nothing but misery and bad luck, for the rest of their miserable lives.
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]"Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC." Thank Venky's? This is a wind up, right? Venky's have DESTROYED BRFC. They have set us back TWENTY YEARS! I doubt we will ever fully recover from their total mis-management of our once proud club. The VERMIN in India are beneath contempt, and I wish them nothing but misery and bad luck, for the rest of their miserable lives. Stone Island:
  • Score: 4

11:20pm Thu 22 May 14

Maxrus says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Desperation creeping in for the no-dads as the harrowing images of a post-FFP Blackburn Rovers is now being realised. If you thought your club was on its knees now, just wait until you've had to squeeze another £25million in savings out of it. AFC Darwen will then be your true rivals.

Financial Fair Play 1 - 0 Blackburn Rovers.
'AFC Darwen will then be your true rivals' - what the feck will you do then??
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Desperation creeping in for the no-dads as the harrowing images of a post-FFP Blackburn Rovers is now being realised. If you thought your club was on its knees now, just wait until you've had to squeeze another £25million in savings out of it. AFC Darwen will then be your true rivals. Financial Fair Play 1 - 0 Blackburn Rovers.[/p][/quote]'AFC Darwen will then be your true rivals' - what the feck will you do then?? Maxrus
  • Score: 2

11:26pm Thu 22 May 14

Bazzer says...

Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.
Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.
Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.
Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen.
[quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.[/p][/quote]Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.[/p][/quote]Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.[/p][/quote]Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen. Bazzer
  • Score: 1

12:18am Fri 23 May 14

Dukes says...

I will not fall for this why a open letter now. VENKYS SELL UP NOW. you put the fans true hell and tears and illness please sell up now. I will never trust them one bit .
I will not fall for this why a open letter now. VENKYS SELL UP NOW. you put the fans true hell and tears and illness please sell up now. I will never trust them one bit . Dukes
  • Score: 2

12:32am Fri 23 May 14

Steven11 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
God bless you Venky's, keep up the good work!
Have you alwase been such a **** ! Or is it just because you live burgundy.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: God bless you Venky's, keep up the good work![/p][/quote]Have you alwase been such a **** ! Or is it just because you live burgundy. Steven11
  • Score: 3

12:47am Fri 23 May 14

Steven11 says...

modan wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
modan wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds.
Rape cases in India is lower than USA please check your facts . Rapist may get life imprisonments or death sentence in India,UK is only small country with over 60 million people with the third highest rape crime in the world.
In UK rapist are set free within three years and free to rape again and again.
Rape in India has been described by Radha Kumar (author and expert on ethnic conflicts and peace processes) as one of India's most common crimes against women and by the UN’s human-rights chief as a "national problem". Marital rape is not a criminal offence.

Sources show that rape cases in India have doubled between 1990 and 2008. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, in 2012 a total of 24,470 rapes were committed by a relative or neighbour. Men accounted to commit 98 per cent of reported rapes.

A man who allegedly drugged and raped his wife has been acquitted after a judge confirmed Indian rape laws do not apply to married couples.

Feminist campaigners said the judgement highlighted the failure of Indian law to protect the majority of women in the country – those who are married – from being raped or their right to refuse to have sex with their husbands.


Sounds like a right nice place.
USA has the most rape cases in the world and India second and did you guess UK a small country with over 60 million people with the third highest crime rate in the world.
In India rapist are sent to life imprisonment or death sentence but in UK rapist are set free within three years and free to commit rapes again.
What a immigrant **** you really are , we are talking football here not India , rapists , or what ever happens in either your home or even the daily goings on in your backward country that you were so lucky to escape from , then to be so lucky to come and accept every benefits on offer . You should be so proud . Ps , are you a councillor yet . If not it probably won't take you long !
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds.[/p][/quote]Rape cases in India is lower than USA please check your facts . Rapist may get life imprisonments or death sentence in India,UK is only small country with over 60 million people with the third highest rape crime in the world. In UK rapist are set free within three years and free to rape again and again.[/p][/quote]Rape in India has been described by Radha Kumar (author and expert on ethnic conflicts and peace processes) as one of India's most common crimes against women and by the UN’s human-rights chief as a "national problem". Marital rape is not a criminal offence. Sources show that rape cases in India have doubled between 1990 and 2008. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, in 2012 a total of 24,470 rapes were committed by a relative or neighbour. Men accounted to commit 98 per cent of reported rapes. A man who allegedly drugged and raped his wife has been acquitted after a judge confirmed Indian rape laws do not apply to married couples. Feminist campaigners said the judgement highlighted the failure of Indian law to protect the majority of women in the country – those who are married – from being raped or their right to refuse to have sex with their husbands. Sounds like a right nice place.[/p][/quote]USA has the most rape cases in the world and India second and did you guess UK a small country with over 60 million people with the third highest crime rate in the world. In India rapist are sent to life imprisonment or death sentence but in UK rapist are set free within three years and free to commit rapes again.[/p][/quote]What a immigrant **** you really are , we are talking football here not India , rapists , or what ever happens in either your home or even the daily goings on in your backward country that you were so lucky to escape from , then to be so lucky to come and accept every benefits on offer . You should be so proud . Ps , are you a councillor yet . If not it probably won't take you long ! Steven11
  • Score: 4

3:12am Fri 23 May 14

jim 2012 says...

LonglivetheVenkys wrote:
Good old Venkys
Don't you just love 'em.
GIVE IT TIME GIVE IT TIME it,s a start
[quote][p][bold]LonglivetheVenkys[/bold] wrote: Good old Venkys Don't you just love 'em.[/p][/quote]GIVE IT TIME GIVE IT TIME it,s a start jim 2012
  • Score: -1

7:43am Fri 23 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Stone Island: wrote:
modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
"Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC."

Thank Venky's? This is a wind up, right?

Venky's have DESTROYED BRFC. They have set us back TWENTY YEARS!
I doubt we will ever fully recover from their total mis-management of our once proud club. The VERMIN in India are beneath contempt, and I wish them nothing but misery and bad luck, for the rest of their miserable lives.
Yes it is a wind up. You do know you're talking to WLUV. It's one of his dozen aliases
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]"Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC." Thank Venky's? This is a wind up, right? Venky's have DESTROYED BRFC. They have set us back TWENTY YEARS! I doubt we will ever fully recover from their total mis-management of our once proud club. The VERMIN in India are beneath contempt, and I wish them nothing but misery and bad luck, for the rest of their miserable lives.[/p][/quote]Yes it is a wind up. You do know you're talking to WLUV. It's one of his dozen aliases Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 5

9:20am Fri 23 May 14

Sue Lee says...

Can we assume Season Ticket holders will receive their individual letter today with an address to reply to?

The town MP, the leader of the Council,Trusts, groups and others have written to the Raos without response.
Can we assume Season Ticket holders will receive their individual letter today with an address to reply to? The town MP, the leader of the Council,Trusts, groups and others have written to the Raos without response. Sue Lee
  • Score: 2

9:33am Fri 23 May 14

owd nick says...

Stone Island: wrote:
modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
"Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC."

Thank Venky's? This is a wind up, right?

Venky's have DESTROYED BRFC. They have set us back TWENTY YEARS!
I doubt we will ever fully recover from their total mis-management of our once proud club. The VERMIN in India are beneath contempt, and I wish them nothing but misery and bad luck, for the rest of their miserable lives.
I see the pubs had emptied.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]"Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC." Thank Venky's? This is a wind up, right? Venky's have DESTROYED BRFC. They have set us back TWENTY YEARS! I doubt we will ever fully recover from their total mis-management of our once proud club. The VERMIN in India are beneath contempt, and I wish them nothing but misery and bad luck, for the rest of their miserable lives.[/p][/quote]I see the pubs had emptied. owd nick
  • Score: 0

9:54am Fri 23 May 14

Stone Island: says...

owd nick wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
modan wrote:
Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC.
Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's
TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America.
In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion.
Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation.
Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town.
There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London.
I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
"Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC."

Thank Venky's? This is a wind up, right?

Venky's have DESTROYED BRFC. They have set us back TWENTY YEARS!
I doubt we will ever fully recover from their total mis-management of our once proud club. The VERMIN in India are beneath contempt, and I wish them nothing but misery and bad luck, for the rest of their miserable lives.
I see the pubs had emptied.
I see the happy clappers are still burying their heads in the sand.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]"Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC." Thank Venky's? This is a wind up, right? Venky's have DESTROYED BRFC. They have set us back TWENTY YEARS! I doubt we will ever fully recover from their total mis-management of our once proud club. The VERMIN in India are beneath contempt, and I wish them nothing but misery and bad luck, for the rest of their miserable lives.[/p][/quote]I see the pubs had emptied.[/p][/quote]I see the happy clappers are still burying their heads in the sand. Stone Island:
  • Score: -1

12:19pm Fri 23 May 14

modan says...

Bazzer wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.
Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.
Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.
Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen.
Pakistani only one billionaire in Pakistan and one in UK ?
Wherever a Pakistani population lives in UK what a mess that town is like Burnley Rochdale Bury Bradford Keithley etc etc No comments about crimes commited by Pakistanis .I don't want to offend them .
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.[/p][/quote]Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.[/p][/quote]Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.[/p][/quote]Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen.[/p][/quote]Pakistani only one billionaire in Pakistan and one in UK ? Wherever a Pakistani population lives in UK what a mess that town is like Burnley Rochdale Bury Bradford Keithley etc etc No comments about crimes commited by Pakistanis .I don't want to offend them . modan
  • Score: 1

12:28pm Fri 23 May 14

roverstid says...

Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.
Don't bother replying, its the dingle and its multi-user names attempting to qind-up using the race card.
[quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.[/p][/quote]Don't bother replying, its the dingle and its multi-user names attempting to qind-up using the race card. roverstid
  • Score: 2

1:02pm Fri 23 May 14

roverstid says...

Steven11 wrote:
modan wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
modan wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
modan wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds.
Rape cases in India is lower than USA please check your facts . Rapist may get life imprisonments or death sentence in India,UK is only small country with over 60 million people with the third highest rape crime in the world. In UK rapist are set free within three years and free to rape again and again.
Rape in India has been described by Radha Kumar (author and expert on ethnic conflicts and peace processes) as one of India's most common crimes against women and by the UN’s human-rights chief as a "national problem". Marital rape is not a criminal offence. Sources show that rape cases in India have doubled between 1990 and 2008. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, in 2012 a total of 24,470 rapes were committed by a relative or neighbour. Men accounted to commit 98 per cent of reported rapes. A man who allegedly drugged and raped his wife has been acquitted after a judge confirmed Indian rape laws do not apply to married couples. Feminist campaigners said the judgement highlighted the failure of Indian law to protect the majority of women in the country – those who are married – from being raped or their right to refuse to have sex with their husbands. Sounds like a right nice place.
USA has the most rape cases in the world and India second and did you guess UK a small country with over 60 million people with the third highest crime rate in the world. In India rapist are sent to life imprisonment or death sentence but in UK rapist are set free within three years and free to commit rapes again.
What a immigrant **** you really are , we are talking football here not India , rapists , or what ever happens in either your home or even the daily goings on in your backward country that you were so lucky to escape from , then to be so lucky to come and accept every benefits on offer . You should be so proud . Ps , are you a councillor yet . If not it probably won't take you long !
You are no better than him with comments like that.
[quote][p][bold]Steven11[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]On average a goat is raped in India once every 20 seconds.[/p][/quote]Rape cases in India is lower than USA please check your facts . Rapist may get life imprisonments or death sentence in India,UK is only small country with over 60 million people with the third highest rape crime in the world. In UK rapist are set free within three years and free to rape again and again.[/p][/quote]Rape in India has been described by Radha Kumar (author and expert on ethnic conflicts and peace processes) as one of India's most common crimes against women and by the UN’s human-rights chief as a "national problem". Marital rape is not a criminal offence. Sources show that rape cases in India have doubled between 1990 and 2008. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, in 2012 a total of 24,470 rapes were committed by a relative or neighbour. Men accounted to commit 98 per cent of reported rapes. A man who allegedly drugged and raped his wife has been acquitted after a judge confirmed Indian rape laws do not apply to married couples. Feminist campaigners said the judgement highlighted the failure of Indian law to protect the majority of women in the country – those who are married – from being raped or their right to refuse to have sex with their husbands. Sounds like a right nice place.[/p][/quote]USA has the most rape cases in the world and India second and did you guess UK a small country with over 60 million people with the third highest crime rate in the world. In India rapist are sent to life imprisonment or death sentence but in UK rapist are set free within three years and free to commit rapes again.[/p][/quote]What a immigrant **** you really are , we are talking football here not India , rapists , or what ever happens in either your home or even the daily goings on in your backward country that you were so lucky to escape from , then to be so lucky to come and accept every benefits on offer . You should be so proud . Ps , are you a councillor yet . If not it probably won't take you long ![/p][/quote]You are no better than him with comments like that. roverstid
  • Score: 0

1:51pm Fri 23 May 14

Stone Island: says...

modan wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.
Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.
Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.
Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen.
Pakistani only one billionaire in Pakistan and one in UK ?
Wherever a Pakistani population lives in UK what a mess that town is like Burnley Rochdale Bury Bradford Keithley etc etc No comments about crimes commited by Pakistanis .I don't want to offend them .
And do you not think Blackburn is a mess? In particular; Audley Range, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood, Queens Park??? Who is responsible for turning these once nice areas, into shat holes?
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.[/p][/quote]Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.[/p][/quote]Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.[/p][/quote]Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen.[/p][/quote]Pakistani only one billionaire in Pakistan and one in UK ? Wherever a Pakistani population lives in UK what a mess that town is like Burnley Rochdale Bury Bradford Keithley etc etc No comments about crimes commited by Pakistanis .I don't want to offend them .[/p][/quote]And do you not think Blackburn is a mess? In particular; Audley Range, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood, Queens Park??? Who is responsible for turning these once nice areas, into shat holes? Stone Island:
  • Score: 8

7:14pm Fri 23 May 14

modan says...

Stone Island: wrote:
modan wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.
Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.
Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.
Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen.
Pakistani only one billionaire in Pakistan and one in UK ?
Wherever a Pakistani population lives in UK what a mess that town is like Burnley Rochdale Bury Bradford Keithley etc etc No comments about crimes commited by Pakistanis .I don't want to offend them .
And do you not think Blackburn is a mess? In particular; Audley Range, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood, Queens Park??? Who is responsible for turning these once nice areas, into shat holes?
What about Shadsworth Higher croft, Mill Hill what a mess these area is in and who is responsible for turning these once great council estates into a hell holes.
Asian area such as Corporation Shear Brow Beardsworth Pleckgate Revidge are good places with middle class Asians, just check your facts.
Queens Park Audley Bastwell Whalley Range are area with Victorian built houses are in little bit of mess but not bad as Shadsworth Mill Hill and Higher Croft.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.[/p][/quote]Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.[/p][/quote]Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.[/p][/quote]Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen.[/p][/quote]Pakistani only one billionaire in Pakistan and one in UK ? Wherever a Pakistani population lives in UK what a mess that town is like Burnley Rochdale Bury Bradford Keithley etc etc No comments about crimes commited by Pakistanis .I don't want to offend them .[/p][/quote]And do you not think Blackburn is a mess? In particular; Audley Range, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood, Queens Park??? Who is responsible for turning these once nice areas, into shat holes?[/p][/quote]What about Shadsworth Higher croft, Mill Hill what a mess these area is in and who is responsible for turning these once great council estates into a hell holes. Asian area such as Corporation Shear Brow Beardsworth Pleckgate Revidge are good places with middle class Asians, just check your facts. Queens Park Audley Bastwell Whalley Range are area with Victorian built houses are in little bit of mess but not bad as Shadsworth Mill Hill and Higher Croft. modan
  • Score: 0

10:43pm Fri 23 May 14

Stone Island: says...

modan wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
modan wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.
Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.
Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.
Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen.
Pakistani only one billionaire in Pakistan and one in UK ?
Wherever a Pakistani population lives in UK what a mess that town is like Burnley Rochdale Bury Bradford Keithley etc etc No comments about crimes commited by Pakistanis .I don't want to offend them .
And do you not think Blackburn is a mess? In particular; Audley Range, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood, Queens Park??? Who is responsible for turning these once nice areas, into shat holes?
What about Shadsworth Higher croft, Mill Hill what a mess these area is in and who is responsible for turning these once great council estates into a hell holes.
Asian area such as Corporation Shear Brow Beardsworth Pleckgate Revidge are good places with middle class Asians, just check your facts.
Queens Park Audley Bastwell Whalley Range are area with Victorian built houses are in little bit of mess but not bad as Shadsworth Mill Hill and Higher Croft.
Answer my question Modan. Why are the areas I mentioned, such shat holes? It has nothing whatsoever to do with the fact that some of the houses are of Victorian age, but EVERYTHING to do with the occupants of said houses/area.

I grew up in the Audley/Queens park area of Blackburn, and it was a lovely place. So what happened to it? I'll tell you Modan. It got taken over by people who don't care about their surroundings, and are quite happy to live in squalor.

The areas of; Audley, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood et al, are dirty, squalid areas of town, and the conditions of said areas, are down to the people who now frequent them.
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.[/p][/quote]Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.[/p][/quote]Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.[/p][/quote]Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen.[/p][/quote]Pakistani only one billionaire in Pakistan and one in UK ? Wherever a Pakistani population lives in UK what a mess that town is like Burnley Rochdale Bury Bradford Keithley etc etc No comments about crimes commited by Pakistanis .I don't want to offend them .[/p][/quote]And do you not think Blackburn is a mess? In particular; Audley Range, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood, Queens Park??? Who is responsible for turning these once nice areas, into shat holes?[/p][/quote]What about Shadsworth Higher croft, Mill Hill what a mess these area is in and who is responsible for turning these once great council estates into a hell holes. Asian area such as Corporation Shear Brow Beardsworth Pleckgate Revidge are good places with middle class Asians, just check your facts. Queens Park Audley Bastwell Whalley Range are area with Victorian built houses are in little bit of mess but not bad as Shadsworth Mill Hill and Higher Croft.[/p][/quote]Answer my question Modan. Why are the areas I mentioned, such shat holes? It has nothing whatsoever to do with the fact that some of the houses are of Victorian age, but EVERYTHING to do with the occupants of said houses/area. I grew up in the Audley/Queens park area of Blackburn, and it was a lovely place. So what happened to it? I'll tell you Modan. It got taken over by people who don't care about their surroundings, and are quite happy to live in squalor. The areas of; Audley, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood et al, are dirty, squalid areas of town, and the conditions of said areas, are down to the people who now frequent them. Stone Island:
  • Score: 3

10:54am Sat 24 May 14

Nuttall Street says...

Some of you lot are easily won over by the people who brought us Shabby Singh and got rid of John Williams. A snake may shed its skin, but it's only to replace it with the same again.
Some of you lot are easily won over by the people who brought us Shabby Singh and got rid of John Williams. A snake may shed its skin, but it's only to replace it with the same again. Nuttall Street
  • Score: 0

6:08pm Sat 24 May 14

modan says...

Stone Island: wrote:
modan wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
modan wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote:
Richard Oakley wrote:
modan wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.
9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.
Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.
Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.
Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen.
Pakistani only one billionaire in Pakistan and one in UK ?
Wherever a Pakistani population lives in UK what a mess that town is like Burnley Rochdale Bury Bradford Keithley etc etc No comments about crimes commited by Pakistanis .I don't want to offend them .
And do you not think Blackburn is a mess? In particular; Audley Range, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood, Queens Park??? Who is responsible for turning these once nice areas, into shat holes?
What about Shadsworth Higher croft, Mill Hill what a mess these area is in and who is responsible for turning these once great council estates into a hell holes.
Asian area such as Corporation Shear Brow Beardsworth Pleckgate Revidge are good places with middle class Asians, just check your facts.
Queens Park Audley Bastwell Whalley Range are area with Victorian built houses are in little bit of mess but not bad as Shadsworth Mill Hill and Higher Croft.
Answer my question Modan. Why are the areas I mentioned, such shat holes? It has nothing whatsoever to do with the fact that some of the houses are of Victorian age, but EVERYTHING to do with the occupants of said houses/area.

I grew up in the Audley/Queens park area of Blackburn, and it was a lovely place. So what happened to it? I'll tell you Modan. It got taken over by people who don't care about their surroundings, and are quite happy to live in squalor.

The areas of; Audley, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood et al, are dirty, squalid areas of town, and the conditions of said areas, are down to the people who now frequent them.
You don't mention Higher Croft Shadsworth and Mill Hill can you walk down streets in these area what a shithole these places are .
Queen's Park Whalley Range and Little Harwood have improved with regeneration money. Houses been revamped streets improved with modern pavings and street lights..Many local shops been revamped in Whalley Range that attracts people from all over UK.
I think you are talking about litter and dog mess that is problem in all parts of Blackburn and all other towns and cities in UK.
Places like Switzerland Singapore Dubai Malaysia are best places on planet Earth because of tough Laws on litter and Dog mess.
Blackburn London and UK is people are happy to live in squalor like you say dirty and squalid with litter dog mess and fly tippings .
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Richard Oakley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: Thank you Venkys i would like to thank you for your immense contribution to our beloved Blackburn Rovers FC. Indians will always succeed in what ever they do in business whether it's TATA Steel, Land Rover/Jaguar now one of the best selling motor vehicles from Europe India,China and North America. In UK the richest man is Hinduja familly another Indian worth £11.5 billion. Blackburn Leicester Kirklees Preston and Bolton are all doing well in business and commerce because of large Indian population.Indians are the most wealthiest and most educated ethnic immigrants people in UK according to Joseph Rowantree foundation. Blackburn with Darwen is doing well thanks to huge contribution made by large Indian population in town. There are nine Indian billionaires in UK most of these billionaires live in London ,like Hinduja family and Mittal family and they own the most expensive homes in London. I want Blackburn Rovers back in PL ,BRFC is historically a big club with big history and good fan base.Venkys are ambitious and want BRFC back in PL as soon as possible.Gary Bowyer is a good manager and built up a good squad of young players and they are looking good for the future.[/p][/quote]9 Indian billionaires in the UK and we're stuck with a bunch of chicken pluckers. Venkys immense contribution to Blackburn Rovers was to take a well-run well-respected club and turn it into a laughing stock. Every on of the promises made in the takeover were broken. Venkys didn't realise teams could be relegated until after they'd bought overs ad found out that they could asset-strip a club unless it was in the Premier League I don't believe Venkys has spent a single penny of their own money using payouts and transfer fee receipts to give the illusion that it was. Whilst Bowyer was out in India, Bolton came in and signed one of the players he was tracking. Bowyer lost to Burnley which would have earned any other manager the sack on the spot The squad managed a good run in. That's now last season. We can hope that the good form will continue, but FFP combined with the expensive mistakes of earlier years still being paid high wages make it hard for Blackburn Rovers to compete. Best I think Rovers can hope for the accounts that ill end 30 June2014 will be losses of around £7.5m. The sooner Venkys sell Blackburn Rovers the better.[/p][/quote]Sell to who ? are there any billionaire on this planet going to buy a small club like Blackburn Rovers FC ? There are only 1,645 billionaires in the world and do you think they are intrested in buying loss making football clubs around the world like BRFC ? Even Walker family have sold the club and left for Jersey. They don't understand football in USA India China Middle East and Far East where most billionaires lives. Billionaires buys football clubs as a toy to play with in their spare times like racing horses and racing cars.[/p][/quote]Vincent Tan tried to buy Blackburn Rovers off Venkys, but they wouldn't sel. So he bought Cardiff City instead. He attended Cardiff games. In your previous post Rovers are a big club and then in the next they're a small club. Do get your story consistent. Do Venkys really pay you enough for your propaganda? There's certainly interest out there. Jack Walker had already moved to Jersey before he bought Rovers and he wasn't a billionaire. Your final sentence certainly describes the brothers Rao to a tee.[/p][/quote]Shame we could not have had a Pakistani owner. Have always thought them far superior on the Wagga border ceremony. They would also have dressed themselves much smarter had they visited our Queen.[/p][/quote]Pakistani only one billionaire in Pakistan and one in UK ? Wherever a Pakistani population lives in UK what a mess that town is like Burnley Rochdale Bury Bradford Keithley etc etc No comments about crimes commited by Pakistanis .I don't want to offend them .[/p][/quote]And do you not think Blackburn is a mess? In particular; Audley Range, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood, Queens Park??? Who is responsible for turning these once nice areas, into shat holes?[/p][/quote]What about Shadsworth Higher croft, Mill Hill what a mess these area is in and who is responsible for turning these once great council estates into a hell holes. Asian area such as Corporation Shear Brow Beardsworth Pleckgate Revidge are good places with middle class Asians, just check your facts. Queens Park Audley Bastwell Whalley Range are area with Victorian built houses are in little bit of mess but not bad as Shadsworth Mill Hill and Higher Croft.[/p][/quote]Answer my question Modan. Why are the areas I mentioned, such shat holes? It has nothing whatsoever to do with the fact that some of the houses are of Victorian age, but EVERYTHING to do with the occupants of said houses/area. I grew up in the Audley/Queens park area of Blackburn, and it was a lovely place. So what happened to it? I'll tell you Modan. It got taken over by people who don't care about their surroundings, and are quite happy to live in squalor. The areas of; Audley, Whalley Range, Bastwell, Little Harwood et al, are dirty, squalid areas of town, and the conditions of said areas, are down to the people who now frequent them.[/p][/quote]You don't mention Higher Croft Shadsworth and Mill Hill can you walk down streets in these area what a shithole these places are . Queen's Park Whalley Range and Little Harwood have improved with regeneration money. Houses been revamped streets improved with modern pavings and street lights..Many local shops been revamped in Whalley Range that attracts people from all over UK. I think you are talking about litter and dog mess that is problem in all parts of Blackburn and all other towns and cities in UK. Places like Switzerland Singapore Dubai Malaysia are best places on planet Earth because of tough Laws on litter and Dog mess. Blackburn London and UK is people are happy to live in squalor like you say dirty and squalid with litter dog mess and fly tippings . modan
  • Score: -2

9:00pm Mon 26 May 14

Shane says...

Bazzer wrote:
Onwards! Upwards! A huge step forward! The Premier League awaits in fear! We shall return!!!
Matron
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: Onwards! Upwards! A huge step forward! The Premier League awaits in fear! We shall return!!![/p][/quote]Matron Shane
  • Score: 1

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