COMMENT: Turf loyalty should always come first

Wanted men – Clarets boss Sean Dyche and striker Danny Ings

Wanted men – Clarets boss Sean Dyche and striker Danny Ings

First published in Football Lancashire Telegraph: Photograph of the Author by , Burnley FC reporter

FIRST it was Danny Ings, now it is Sean Dyche. Burnley’s two biggest assets have both been linked to Premier League clubs.

After moving up to second in the bookmakers’ favourites for the vacant manager’s post at Southampton, the Burnley boss has emerged as a candidate for the West Bromwich Albion hotseat.

These are potentially worrying times for Clarets fans, who remember all too vividly the speculation surrounding then manager Owen Coyle the last time they won promotion to the top flight, and what eventually came to pass the following January.

At least this time they have been able to indulge in the euphoria of promotion before the fear factor kicked in.

The ticker tape had barely dropped to the Wembley turf when Coyle was being linked with a move to Celtic.

Talk about killing the mood.

But sadly that’s what happens when the small-town clubs like Burnley do well. They get cherry-picked.

It has always been the case with the Clarets.

I spent four hours in the company of Martin Dobson last week, discussing his life in football for a four-part feature which completes today.

He recalled the time when his first spell with the club came to an end with a British transfer record £300,000 sale to Everton so that chairman Bob Lord could finance a new stand.

Before him there was the controversial sale of Jimmy McIlroy to Stoke. To this day it is said some of the fans who were disgruntled and disillusioned at that decision have never returned.

In more recent times the sales of Jay Rodriguez and Charlie Austin have kept the club coffers ticking over.

It has gone on for decades.

But now, as the Clarets prepare for Premier League life again, it is the time for the Clarets to stick together, and for the board to encourage that.

Tying Kieran Trippier to a new deal is certainly a good start. Although it may prove to be more tricky to get Ings to do the same it should not stop them from trying. Similarly with Dyche.

Because they could all make an even bigger name for themselves by bringing an even bigger success to Burnley with survival.

They should all be given, and take, that chance, and then see where it takes them.

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4:17pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers
Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers Rovers 1495
  • Score: -5

4:17pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Claret72 says...

Nope , He's only been linked , by you , in a previous article this morning. Nobodys worried, in fact we are on the beach enjoying refecting on a great season. Have a holiday yourself and comeback when the real transfer stuff starts in 4 weeks.
Nope , He's only been linked , by you , in a previous article this morning. Nobodys worried, in fact we are on the beach enjoying refecting on a great season. Have a holiday yourself and comeback when the real transfer stuff starts in 4 weeks. Claret72
  • Score: 7

4:18pm Thu 5 Jun 14

claret777 says...

Rovers 1495 wrote:
Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers
Dear me....obsessed with incest...do you believe everything in this paper....look up...your masters are above you...ha ha ha ha ha
[quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers[/p][/quote]Dear me....obsessed with incest...do you believe everything in this paper....look up...your masters are above you...ha ha ha ha ha claret777
  • Score: 4

4:20pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

claret777 wrote:
Rovers 1495 wrote:
Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers
Dear me....obsessed with incest...do you believe everything in this paper....look up...your masters are above you...ha ha ha ha ha
To be sung after Bumleys first game in the PL (to the tune of MOTD)

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[quote][p][bold]claret777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers[/p][/quote]Dear me....obsessed with incest...do you believe everything in this paper....look up...your masters are above you...ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]To be sung after Bumleys first game in the PL (to the tune of MOTD) Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Rovers 1495
  • Score: -7

4:25pm Thu 5 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

These are potentially worrying times
you can say that again
Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager
and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings
These are potentially worrying times you can say that again Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings jim 2012
  • Score: -11

4:26pm Thu 5 Jun 14

the usher says...

What a joke. Loyalty. There hasn't been any loyalty in football for many, many years. The only thing people in football are interested in is their bank balance. You should have realised that by now.
What a joke. Loyalty. There hasn't been any loyalty in football for many, many years. The only thing people in football are interested in is their bank balance. You should have realised that by now. the usher
  • Score: 13

4:32pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Can't understand the what the problem is.Just come out and say it Dyche. Do the honourable thing. You're staying or you're going so just say it. Just tell the fans.
Can't understand the what the problem is.Just come out and say it Dyche. Do the honourable thing. You're staying or you're going so just say it. Just tell the fans. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

4:47pm Thu 5 Jun 14

gb1882 says...

Lets hope retard1495 wears a bib while putting his messages up, I get the feeling he dribbles a lot. Either that or hes just another who gets very brave on the internet but a complete ****house in public.
Lets hope retard1495 wears a bib while putting his messages up, I get the feeling he dribbles a lot. Either that or hes just another who gets very brave on the internet but a complete ****house in public. gb1882
  • Score: 3

4:49pm Thu 5 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

jim 2012 wrote:
These are potentially worrying times
you can say that again
Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager
and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings
It’s a tribute to the good running of the club that other clubs are interested in their employees. In your case I would be worried about losing one or both your strikers and having been rejected by two players this week. It’s looking very grim for you whereas at Burnley everything is looking rosy. What a season we have to look forward to, what with the prospect of European football and all. It’s just fantastic
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: These are potentially worrying times you can say that again Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings[/p][/quote]It’s a tribute to the good running of the club that other clubs are interested in their employees. In your case I would be worried about losing one or both your strikers and having been rejected by two players this week. It’s looking very grim for you whereas at Burnley everything is looking rosy. What a season we have to look forward to, what with the prospect of European football and all. It’s just fantastic tall in the saddle
  • Score: 4

5:00pm Thu 5 Jun 14

owd nick says...

What happened to the comments on the Dyche to WBA thread? OK there was the usual expected urine extraction going on on both sides but nothing untoward when I logged off this morning?
What happened to the comments on the Dyche to WBA thread? OK there was the usual expected urine extraction going on on both sides but nothing untoward when I logged off this morning? owd nick
  • Score: 3

5:04pm Thu 5 Jun 14

owd nick says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
These are potentially worrying times
you can say that again
Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager
and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings
It’s a tribute to the good running of the club that other clubs are interested in their employees. In your case I would be worried about losing one or both your strikers and having been rejected by two players this week. It’s looking very grim for you whereas at Burnley everything is looking rosy. What a season we have to look forward to, what with the prospect of European football and all. It’s just fantastic
Reading the last couple of sentences I want a bucketful of what you are on.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: These are potentially worrying times you can say that again Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings[/p][/quote]It’s a tribute to the good running of the club that other clubs are interested in their employees. In your case I would be worried about losing one or both your strikers and having been rejected by two players this week. It’s looking very grim for you whereas at Burnley everything is looking rosy. What a season we have to look forward to, what with the prospect of European football and all. It’s just fantastic[/p][/quote]Reading the last couple of sentences I want a bucketful of what you are on. owd nick
  • Score: -2

5:05pm Thu 5 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

I said the same last week and got slaughtered, Burnley can't possibly hang on or compete with the bigger clubs, its easy to see why players and managers jump ship. Sadly that is the way in Football and FFP was just introduced for the benefit of clubs like Man U and Arsenal. Sepp Blatter and platini don't want teams like Halifax or Burnley in the champions league
I said the same last week and got slaughtered, Burnley can't possibly hang on or compete with the bigger clubs, its easy to see why players and managers jump ship. Sadly that is the way in Football and FFP was just introduced for the benefit of clubs like Man U and Arsenal. Sepp Blatter and platini don't want teams like Halifax or Burnley in the champions league AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -18

5:10pm Thu 5 Jun 14

owd nick says...

Great photo actually, you should think up a caption:

I will start the ball rolling;

Dyche is saying to Ings "Great display son, now don't forget when I get you transferred to (insert club name) I get 10% of the fee."
Great photo actually, you should think up a caption: I will start the ball rolling; Dyche is saying to Ings "Great display son, now don't forget when I get you transferred to (insert club name) I get 10% of the fee." owd nick
  • Score: -5

5:12pm Thu 5 Jun 14

no ney never says...

Plenty of time for Sean to sign an extension. What he will be waiting for is the level of backing he gets from the board to be competitive in the prem.
☆VDT ☆
Plenty of time for Sean to sign an extension. What he will be waiting for is the level of backing he gets from the board to be competitive in the prem. ☆VDT ☆ no ney never
  • Score: 11

5:17pm Thu 5 Jun 14

hasslem hasslem says...

"if you want loyalty - get a dog" grant fairley

it's just the food chain working - even the likes of united get done by real madrid. it happens.
"if you want loyalty - get a dog" grant fairley it's just the food chain working - even the likes of united get done by real madrid. it happens. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -2

5:19pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Spirit of '64 says...

There are also recent lessons to be learned from the opposite standpoint. Danny Fox was a decent player for us who went off to Southampton and has just joined Forest on a free. Tyrone Mears was supposedly on the fringes of international selection before he jumped ship with Chris Eagles. I bet the three of them all wished they had stayed at Burnley. And then of course there is good old OC who left for a "bigger and better" club. His stock has now fallen so low that he might struggle to get the managers job at Forfar Athletic. It is all speculation but of course Sean Dyche and Danny Ings have every right to do whatever they think is best for themselves, especially if the "big" clubs come calling but history suggests their best chance of continued career growth is to spend next season with Burnley and see where it takes them.
There are also recent lessons to be learned from the opposite standpoint. Danny Fox was a decent player for us who went off to Southampton and has just joined Forest on a free. Tyrone Mears was supposedly on the fringes of international selection before he jumped ship with Chris Eagles. I bet the three of them all wished they had stayed at Burnley. And then of course there is good old OC who left for a "bigger and better" club. His stock has now fallen so low that he might struggle to get the managers job at Forfar Athletic. It is all speculation but of course Sean Dyche and Danny Ings have every right to do whatever they think is best for themselves, especially if the "big" clubs come calling but history suggests their best chance of continued career growth is to spend next season with Burnley and see where it takes them. Spirit of '64
  • Score: 16

5:24pm Thu 5 Jun 14

MikeMada says...

Ha, ha, ha.

Geldard has nothing else to write about so she makes it up. Linked with? By whom. It's been said already today. Lazy journalism.

Simply nothing to write about so make it up. Supposedly supporting local people, all she's doing is to create something out if nothing for the rest of the press to feed off.

Nothing about this in the rest of the Dyche story in any other press today. As for Ings, we'll how old is the news about Newcastle and nothing new.

Pathetic journalism.
Ha, ha, ha. Geldard has nothing else to write about so she makes it up. Linked with? By whom. It's been said already today. Lazy journalism. Simply nothing to write about so make it up. Supposedly supporting local people, all she's doing is to create something out if nothing for the rest of the press to feed off. Nothing about this in the rest of the Dyche story in any other press today. As for Ings, we'll how old is the news about Newcastle and nothing new. Pathetic journalism. MikeMada
  • Score: 9

5:30pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Pathetically lazy journalilsm.

Anyone think it's likely that WBA will appoint a Premier League unproven manager after the farce with Pepe Mel? Nah me neither.

Hasn't stopped all the Blackburn chimps rattling the bars of their cages with a semi on in their shell-suits - this is what happens when you are consumed with jealousy about your bigger and much much better neighbours, and are contemplating trips to Brentford and Rotherham in Division Two.

Bless them.
Pathetically lazy journalilsm. Anyone think it's likely that WBA will appoint a Premier League unproven manager after the farce with Pepe Mel? Nah me neither. Hasn't stopped all the Blackburn chimps rattling the bars of their cages with a semi on in their shell-suits - this is what happens when you are consumed with jealousy about your bigger and much much better neighbours, and are contemplating trips to Brentford and Rotherham in Division Two. Bless them. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 9

6:17pm Thu 5 Jun 14

noddy57 says...

Rovers 1495 wrote:
Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers
These dingles are clueless when it comes to common sense,,do they really expect their finest assets to turn down a move to a bigger club ?.Listen`` in this environment of the money mad football merry go round money runs the game not loyalty.,,,,,,,,,wak
e up please !!
[quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers[/p][/quote]These dingles are clueless when it comes to common sense,,do they really expect their finest assets to turn down a move to a bigger club ?.Listen`` in this environment of the money mad football merry go round money runs the game not loyalty.,,,,,,,,,wak e up please !! noddy57
  • Score: -4

6:22pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Pathetically lazy journalilsm.

Anyone think it's likely that WBA will appoint a Premier League unproven manager after the farce with Pepe Mel? Nah me neither.

Hasn't stopped all the Blackburn chimps rattling the bars of their cages with a semi on in their shell-suits - this is what happens when you are consumed with jealousy about your bigger and much much better neighbours, and are contemplating trips to Brentford and Rotherham in Division Two.

Bless them.
Good article, spot on.................
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Pathetically lazy journalilsm. Anyone think it's likely that WBA will appoint a Premier League unproven manager after the farce with Pepe Mel? Nah me neither. Hasn't stopped all the Blackburn chimps rattling the bars of their cages with a semi on in their shell-suits - this is what happens when you are consumed with jealousy about your bigger and much much better neighbours, and are contemplating trips to Brentford and Rotherham in Division Two. Bless them.[/p][/quote]Good article, spot on................. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

6:25pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

noddy57 wrote:
Rovers 1495 wrote:
Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers
These dingles are clueless when it comes to common sense,,do they really expect their finest assets to turn down a move to a bigger club ?.Listen`` in this environment of the money mad football merry go round money runs the game not loyalty.,,,,,,,,,wak

e up please !!
Spot on noddy. No such thing as loyalty in football today. How long before the Judas calls start again
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers[/p][/quote]These dingles are clueless when it comes to common sense,,do they really expect their finest assets to turn down a move to a bigger club ?.Listen`` in this environment of the money mad football merry go round money runs the game not loyalty.,,,,,,,,,wak e up please !![/p][/quote]Spot on noddy. No such thing as loyalty in football today. How long before the Judas calls start again Harwoodstblue
  • Score: -5

6:50pm Thu 5 Jun 14

madari says...

Spirit of '64 wrote:
There are also recent lessons to be learned from the opposite standpoint. Danny Fox was a decent player for us who went off to Southampton and has just joined Forest on a free. Tyrone Mears was supposedly on the fringes of international selection before he jumped ship with Chris Eagles. I bet the three of them all wished they had stayed at Burnley. And then of course there is good old OC who left for a "bigger and better" club. His stock has now fallen so low that he might struggle to get the managers job at Forfar Athletic. It is all speculation but of course Sean Dyche and Danny Ings have every right to do whatever they think is best for themselves, especially if the "big" clubs come calling but history suggests their best chance of continued career growth is to spend next season with Burnley and see where it takes them.
Madari the snake charmer says:

Steve Davies & Chris McCann ....god only knows what they will be thinking about leaving the MIGHTY CLARETS>>>>>>EUROPE HERE WE COME !!!!
[quote][p][bold]Spirit of '64[/bold] wrote: There are also recent lessons to be learned from the opposite standpoint. Danny Fox was a decent player for us who went off to Southampton and has just joined Forest on a free. Tyrone Mears was supposedly on the fringes of international selection before he jumped ship with Chris Eagles. I bet the three of them all wished they had stayed at Burnley. And then of course there is good old OC who left for a "bigger and better" club. His stock has now fallen so low that he might struggle to get the managers job at Forfar Athletic. It is all speculation but of course Sean Dyche and Danny Ings have every right to do whatever they think is best for themselves, especially if the "big" clubs come calling but history suggests their best chance of continued career growth is to spend next season with Burnley and see where it takes them.[/p][/quote]Madari the snake charmer says: Steve Davies & Chris McCann ....god only knows what they will be thinking about leaving the MIGHTY CLARETS>>>>>>EUROPE HERE WE COME !!!! madari
  • Score: 3

6:50pm Thu 5 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
These are potentially worrying times
you can say that again
Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager
and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings
It’s a tribute to the good running of the club that other clubs are interested in their employees. In your case I would be worried about losing one or both your strikers and having been rejected by two players this week. It’s looking very grim for you whereas at Burnley everything is looking rosy. What a season we have to look forward to, what with the prospect of European football and all. It’s just fantastic
I know most of you dingles are star struck at the moment
but European football with the players you have
I think you'r fight will be at the other end of the premier league
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: These are potentially worrying times you can say that again Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings[/p][/quote]It’s a tribute to the good running of the club that other clubs are interested in their employees. In your case I would be worried about losing one or both your strikers and having been rejected by two players this week. It’s looking very grim for you whereas at Burnley everything is looking rosy. What a season we have to look forward to, what with the prospect of European football and all. It’s just fantastic[/p][/quote]I know most of you dingles are star struck at the moment but European football with the players you have I think you'r fight will be at the other end of the premier league jim 2012
  • Score: -3

7:12pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Give_Kean_A_Chance says...

It's only to be expected, when you are a good manager or a good player, you will attract interest, and burnley have a good manager and good players. Some clubs can't even offload their transfer listed players they are that bad. Anyway, not to worry if they do get poached, we are a premier league club and will attract top replacements. Exciting times ahead
It's only to be expected, when you are a good manager or a good player, you will attract interest, and burnley have a good manager and good players. Some clubs can't even offload their transfer listed players they are that bad. Anyway, not to worry if they do get poached, we are a premier league club and will attract top replacements. Exciting times ahead Give_Kean_A_Chance
  • Score: 6

7:24pm Thu 5 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

All this gloating about something that has yet to happen. You rub your Rovers groins a little prematurely. And if Dyche leaves and Ings leave, that's football. We then recruit a new manager and buy a new player, maybe players. When you are Premier League, not facing a transfer embargo, have owners that are for you and not against and followed by a small fan base that live in the real world and are not members of "the Great Entitled", life is good.

Dyche here or gone, Ings here or gone we are in the Premier League. I for one hope they stay but wish them all the very best if they leave.
All this gloating about something that has yet to happen. You rub your Rovers groins a little prematurely. And if Dyche leaves and Ings leave, that's football. We then recruit a new manager and buy a new player, maybe players. When you are Premier League, not facing a transfer embargo, have owners that are for you and not against and followed by a small fan base that live in the real world and are not members of "the Great Entitled", life is good. Dyche here or gone, Ings here or gone we are in the Premier League. I for one hope they stay but wish them all the very best if they leave. RobH2O
  • Score: 6

7:26pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Give_Kean_A_Chance wrote:
It's only to be expected, when you are a good manager or a good player, you will attract interest, and burnley have a good manager and good players. Some clubs can't even offload their transfer listed players they are that bad. Anyway, not to worry if they do get poached, we are a premier league club and will attract top replacements. Exciting times ahead
Top replacements mean top pay
I don't think so..............
[quote][p][bold]Give_Kean_A_Chance[/bold] wrote: It's only to be expected, when you are a good manager or a good player, you will attract interest, and burnley have a good manager and good players. Some clubs can't even offload their transfer listed players they are that bad. Anyway, not to worry if they do get poached, we are a premier league club and will attract top replacements. Exciting times ahead[/p][/quote]Top replacements mean top pay I don't think so.............. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: -5

7:38pm Thu 5 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Give_Kean_A_Chance wrote:
It's only to be expected, when you are a good manager or a good player, you will attract interest, and burnley have a good manager and good players. Some clubs can't even offload their transfer listed players they are that bad. Anyway, not to worry if they do get poached, we are a premier league club and will attract top replacements. Exciting times ahead
Top replacements mean top pay
I don't think so..............
What you think and what may happen are not necessarily aligned. Most Rovers are in the Predication business and it is so monosyllabic - the doom of Burnley. Beware egg on fizzog.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Give_Kean_A_Chance[/bold] wrote: It's only to be expected, when you are a good manager or a good player, you will attract interest, and burnley have a good manager and good players. Some clubs can't even offload their transfer listed players they are that bad. Anyway, not to worry if they do get poached, we are a premier league club and will attract top replacements. Exciting times ahead[/p][/quote]Top replacements mean top pay I don't think so..............[/p][/quote]What you think and what may happen are not necessarily aligned. Most Rovers are in the Predication business and it is so monosyllabic - the doom of Burnley. Beware egg on fizzog. RobH2O
  • Score: 6

7:40pm Thu 5 Jun 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Any Rovers fans posting deluded comments on here about Dyche or Ings leaving Burnley are just plain jealous and need to accept that Burnley are about to win the Premier League. Anyway, since when did a good manager or player ever leave a football club for more money or success?
Any Rovers fans posting deluded comments on here about Dyche or Ings leaving Burnley are just plain jealous and need to accept that Burnley are about to win the Premier League. Anyway, since when did a good manager or player ever leave a football club for more money or success? more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 3

8:36pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

Where's Souper_Clurite telling us how things are all rosy. at the cesspit, manager leaving because your a small time club, your best player leaving because your a small time club, Trippeir staying because his mummy says he has to, your clubs a joke.
Where's Souper_Clurite telling us how things are all rosy. at the cesspit, manager leaving because your a small time club, your best player leaving because your a small time club, Trippeir staying because his mummy says he has to, your clubs a joke. Old age pensioner
  • Score: -7

9:08pm Thu 5 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Old age pensioner wrote:
Where's Souper_Clurite telling us how things are all rosy. at the cesspit, manager leaving because your a small time club, your best player leaving because your a small time club, Trippeir staying because his mummy says he has to, your clubs a joke.
All this gloating about something that has yet to happen. You rub your Rovers groins a little prematurely. And if Dyche leaves and Ings leave, that's football. We then recruit a new manager and buy a new player, maybe players. When you are Premier League, not facing a transfer embargo, have owners that are for you and not against and followed by a small fan base that live in the real world and are not members of "the Great Entitled", life is good.

Dyche here or gone, Ings here or gone we are in the Premier League. I for one hope they stay but wish them all the very best if they leave.
[quote][p][bold]Old age pensioner[/bold] wrote: Where's Souper_Clurite telling us how things are all rosy. at the cesspit, manager leaving because your a small time club, your best player leaving because your a small time club, Trippeir staying because his mummy says he has to, your clubs a joke.[/p][/quote]All this gloating about something that has yet to happen. You rub your Rovers groins a little prematurely. And if Dyche leaves and Ings leave, that's football. We then recruit a new manager and buy a new player, maybe players. When you are Premier League, not facing a transfer embargo, have owners that are for you and not against and followed by a small fan base that live in the real world and are not members of "the Great Entitled", life is good. Dyche here or gone, Ings here or gone we are in the Premier League. I for one hope they stay but wish them all the very best if they leave. RobH2O
  • Score: 6

9:12pm Thu 5 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
I said the same last week and got slaughtered, Burnley can't possibly hang on or compete with the bigger clubs, its easy to see why players and managers jump ship. Sadly that is the way in Football and FFP was just introduced for the benefit of clubs like Man U and Arsenal. Sepp Blatter and platini don't want teams like Halifax or Burnley in the champions league
Barry!
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: I said the same last week and got slaughtered, Burnley can't possibly hang on or compete with the bigger clubs, its easy to see why players and managers jump ship. Sadly that is the way in Football and FFP was just introduced for the benefit of clubs like Man U and Arsenal. Sepp Blatter and platini don't want teams like Halifax or Burnley in the champions league[/p][/quote]Barry! RobH2O
  • Score: 3

9:32pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

RobH2O wrote:
Old age pensioner wrote:
Where's Souper_Clurite telling us how things are all rosy. at the cesspit, manager leaving because your a small time club, your best player leaving because your a small time club, Trippeir staying because his mummy says he has to, your clubs a joke.
All this gloating about something that has yet to happen. You rub your Rovers groins a little prematurely. And if Dyche leaves and Ings leave, that's football. We then recruit a new manager and buy a new player, maybe players. When you are Premier League, not facing a transfer embargo, have owners that are for you and not against and followed by a small fan base that live in the real world and are not members of "the Great Entitled", life is good.

Dyche here or gone, Ings here or gone we are in the Premier League. I for one hope they stay but wish them all the very best if they leave.
As much as can't stand SC well said RH, a fine statement on behalf of your team, pity that tosser can't do the same.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old age pensioner[/bold] wrote: Where's Souper_Clurite telling us how things are all rosy. at the cesspit, manager leaving because your a small time club, your best player leaving because your a small time club, Trippeir staying because his mummy says he has to, your clubs a joke.[/p][/quote]All this gloating about something that has yet to happen. You rub your Rovers groins a little prematurely. And if Dyche leaves and Ings leave, that's football. We then recruit a new manager and buy a new player, maybe players. When you are Premier League, not facing a transfer embargo, have owners that are for you and not against and followed by a small fan base that live in the real world and are not members of "the Great Entitled", life is good. Dyche here or gone, Ings here or gone we are in the Premier League. I for one hope they stay but wish them all the very best if they leave.[/p][/quote]As much as can't stand SC well said RH, a fine statement on behalf of your team, pity that tosser can't do the same. Old age pensioner
  • Score: 2

10:15pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

RobH2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
I said the same last week and got slaughtered, Burnley can't possibly hang on or compete with the bigger clubs, its easy to see why players and managers jump ship. Sadly that is the way in Football and FFP was just introduced for the benefit of clubs like Man U and Arsenal. Sepp Blatter and platini don't want teams like Halifax or Burnley in the champions league
Barry!
Folds.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: I said the same last week and got slaughtered, Burnley can't possibly hang on or compete with the bigger clubs, its easy to see why players and managers jump ship. Sadly that is the way in Football and FFP was just introduced for the benefit of clubs like Man U and Arsenal. Sepp Blatter and platini don't want teams like Halifax or Burnley in the champions league[/p][/quote]Barry![/p][/quote]Folds. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 4

11:16pm Thu 5 Jun 14

u owe u owe says...

Meanwhile in the real world, today at PL AGM Burnley received their share certificate and are now officially a member of the PL. Suzanne seems to get off at teasing the Benefactor Required FC supporters, keep up the good work.
Meanwhile in the real world, today at PL AGM Burnley received their share certificate and are now officially a member of the PL. Suzanne seems to get off at teasing the Benefactor Required FC supporters, keep up the good work. u owe u owe
  • Score: 3

12:11am Fri 6 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
These are potentially worrying times
you can say that again
Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager
and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings
It’s a tribute to the good running of the club that other clubs are interested in their employees. In your case I would be worried about losing one or both your strikers and having been rejected by two players this week. It’s looking very grim for you whereas at Burnley everything is looking rosy. What a season we have to look forward to, what with the prospect of European football and all. It’s just fantastic
footballers move on all the time and I think the good running of the club
that you are so proud of had a lot to do with the sale of your last two strickers
lets see if you can go into next season without you having to sell your best players or indeed lose your manager to a bigger club
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: These are potentially worrying times you can say that again Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings[/p][/quote]It’s a tribute to the good running of the club that other clubs are interested in their employees. In your case I would be worried about losing one or both your strikers and having been rejected by two players this week. It’s looking very grim for you whereas at Burnley everything is looking rosy. What a season we have to look forward to, what with the prospect of European football and all. It’s just fantastic[/p][/quote]footballers move on all the time and I think the good running of the club that you are so proud of had a lot to do with the sale of your last two strickers lets see if you can go into next season without you having to sell your best players or indeed lose your manager to a bigger club jim 2012
  • Score: -2

12:14am Fri 6 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
These are potentially worrying times
you can say that again
Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager
and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings
It’s a tribute to the good running of the club that other clubs are interested in their employees. In your case I would be worried about losing one or both your strikers and having been rejected by two players this week. It’s looking very grim for you whereas at Burnley everything is looking rosy. What a season we have to look forward to, what with the prospect of European football and all. It’s just fantastic
footballers move on all the time and I think the good running of the club
that you are so proud of had a lot to do with the sale of your last two strickers
lets see if you can go into next season without you having to sell your best players or indeed lose your manager to a bigger club
European football at burnley not in your lifetime
now you are just being silly
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: These are potentially worrying times you can say that again Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings[/p][/quote]It’s a tribute to the good running of the club that other clubs are interested in their employees. In your case I would be worried about losing one or both your strikers and having been rejected by two players this week. It’s looking very grim for you whereas at Burnley everything is looking rosy. What a season we have to look forward to, what with the prospect of European football and all. It’s just fantastic[/p][/quote]footballers move on all the time and I think the good running of the club that you are so proud of had a lot to do with the sale of your last two strickers lets see if you can go into next season without you having to sell your best players or indeed lose your manager to a bigger club[/p][/quote]European football at burnley not in your lifetime now you are just being silly jim 2012
  • Score: -3

5:04am Fri 6 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
Rovers 1495 wrote:
Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers
These dingles are clueless when it comes to common sense,,do they really expect their finest assets to turn down a move to a bigger club ?.Listen`` in this environment of the money mad football merry go round money runs the game not loyalty.,,,,,,,,,wak


e up please !!
Spot on noddy. No such thing as loyalty in football today. How long before the Judas calls start again
There won't be any Judas calls again. This man has not said the things that Coyle said that turned out to be such blatant lies. Dyche has been completely straight. If he and, to a lesser extent Ings, stay then we truly to do have "game on". If they go, we have to replace them and move on. That's Life as a buck-toothed blond woman used to say in the 1970's!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: Squeaky bum time for the sister pokers[/p][/quote]These dingles are clueless when it comes to common sense,,do they really expect their finest assets to turn down a move to a bigger club ?.Listen`` in this environment of the money mad football merry go round money runs the game not loyalty.,,,,,,,,,wak e up please !![/p][/quote]Spot on noddy. No such thing as loyalty in football today. How long before the Judas calls start again[/p][/quote]There won't be any Judas calls again. This man has not said the things that Coyle said that turned out to be such blatant lies. Dyche has been completely straight. If he and, to a lesser extent Ings, stay then we truly to do have "game on". If they go, we have to replace them and move on. That's Life as a buck-toothed blond woman used to say in the 1970's! RobH2O
  • Score: 7

6:57am Fri 6 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

Old age pensioner wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Old age pensioner wrote:
Where's Souper_Clurite telling us how things are all rosy. at the cesspit, manager leaving because your a small time club, your best player leaving because your a small time club, Trippeir staying because his mummy says he has to, your clubs a joke.
All this gloating about something that has yet to happen. You rub your Rovers groins a little prematurely. And if Dyche leaves and Ings leave, that's football. We then recruit a new manager and buy a new player, maybe players. When you are Premier League, not facing a transfer embargo, have owners that are for you and not against and followed by a small fan base that live in the real world and are not members of "the Great Entitled", life is good.

Dyche here or gone, Ings here or gone we are in the Premier League. I for one hope they stay but wish them all the very best if they leave.
As much as can't stand SC well said RH, a fine statement on behalf of your team, pity that tosser can't do the same.
Blank him. The trolls who trawl forums only do so when responded to. Deprived of the oxygen of attention, they disappear - or return briefly under another name - or try to change tack. It's beyond pity now for the 16 hour-a-day stit-shirrers (Sp) and open contempt must be replaced with a stonewall of total indifference. The very act of response legitimises their views and treats them as though they are worthy of your precious attention. They are not, and need to be informed of this The serial name-changer who delights in stirring sh1t on here will never get another response from me and I suggest the one that infests your site receives the same treatment.
[quote][p][bold]Old age pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old age pensioner[/bold] wrote: Where's Souper_Clurite telling us how things are all rosy. at the cesspit, manager leaving because your a small time club, your best player leaving because your a small time club, Trippeir staying because his mummy says he has to, your clubs a joke.[/p][/quote]All this gloating about something that has yet to happen. You rub your Rovers groins a little prematurely. And if Dyche leaves and Ings leave, that's football. We then recruit a new manager and buy a new player, maybe players. When you are Premier League, not facing a transfer embargo, have owners that are for you and not against and followed by a small fan base that live in the real world and are not members of "the Great Entitled", life is good. Dyche here or gone, Ings here or gone we are in the Premier League. I for one hope they stay but wish them all the very best if they leave.[/p][/quote]As much as can't stand SC well said RH, a fine statement on behalf of your team, pity that tosser can't do the same.[/p][/quote]Blank him. The trolls who trawl forums only do so when responded to. Deprived of the oxygen of attention, they disappear - or return briefly under another name - or try to change tack. It's beyond pity now for the 16 hour-a-day stit-shirrers (Sp) and open contempt must be replaced with a stonewall of total indifference. The very act of response legitimises their views and treats them as though they are worthy of your precious attention. They are not, and need to be informed of this The serial name-changer who delights in stirring sh1t on here will never get another response from me and I suggest the one that infests your site receives the same treatment. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 6

9:03am Fri 6 Jun 14

Ewoodlegend says...

There's no smoke without fire boys. It looks like one or even both the pictured men will be off very soon. Ings is not going to sign a new contract until he knows what's happening with Douche, and when he goes Ings will certainly follow.

Just imagine that picture but Ings in a Newcastle shirt and Douche with a saints tie on.

I'm only telling the truth
There's no smoke without fire boys. It looks like one or even both the pictured men will be off very soon. Ings is not going to sign a new contract until he knows what's happening with Douche, and when he goes Ings will certainly follow. Just imagine that picture but Ings in a Newcastle shirt and Douche with a saints tie on. I'm only telling the truth Ewoodlegend
  • Score: -4

9:18am Fri 6 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

As predicted, Newcastle are upping the anti, a bid of 3 million will be on the table shortly, Ings is chomping at the bit, it may get a bit fruity, Personally I think a fairer deal would be 4 to 5 million but here's hoping.
As predicted, Newcastle are upping the anti, a bid of 3 million will be on the table shortly, Ings is chomping at the bit, it may get a bit fruity, Personally I think a fairer deal would be 4 to 5 million but here's hoping. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -6

9:18am Fri 6 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

gb1882 wrote:
Lets hope retard1495 wears a bib while putting his messages up, I get the feeling he dribbles a lot. Either that or hes just another who gets very brave on the internet but a complete ****house in public.
The feeling you get is probably your sister putting her finger somewhere very naughty
[quote][p][bold]gb1882[/bold] wrote: Lets hope retard1495 wears a bib while putting his messages up, I get the feeling he dribbles a lot. Either that or hes just another who gets very brave on the internet but a complete ****house in public.[/p][/quote]The feeling you get is probably your sister putting her finger somewhere very naughty Rovers 1495
  • Score: -2

9:22am Fri 6 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Rovers 1495 wrote:
gb1882 wrote:
Lets hope retard1495 wears a bib while putting his messages up, I get the feeling he dribbles a lot. Either that or hes just another who gets very brave on the internet but a complete ****house in public.
The feeling you get is probably your sister putting her finger somewhere very naughty
How would you know.......
[quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gb1882[/bold] wrote: Lets hope retard1495 wears a bib while putting his messages up, I get the feeling he dribbles a lot. Either that or hes just another who gets very brave on the internet but a complete ****house in public.[/p][/quote]The feeling you get is probably your sister putting her finger somewhere very naughty[/p][/quote]How would you know....... RobH2O
  • Score: 5

9:52am Fri 6 Jun 14

owd nick says...

RobH2O wrote:
Old age pensioner wrote:
Where's Souper_Clurite telling us how things are all rosy. at the cesspit, manager leaving because your a small time club, your best player leaving because your a small time club, Trippeir staying because his mummy says he has to, your clubs a joke.
All this gloating about something that has yet to happen. You rub your Rovers groins a little prematurely. And if Dyche leaves and Ings leave, that's football. We then recruit a new manager and buy a new player, maybe players. When you are Premier League, not facing a transfer embargo, have owners that are for you and not against and followed by a small fan base that live in the real world and are not members of "the Great Entitled", life is good.

Dyche here or gone, Ings here or gone we are in the Premier League. I for one hope they stay but wish them all the very best if they leave.
And that's the best attitude to have Rob, nowt us long suffering fans can do about apart from moan!

But guess what, another "hero" comes along every season.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old age pensioner[/bold] wrote: Where's Souper_Clurite telling us how things are all rosy. at the cesspit, manager leaving because your a small time club, your best player leaving because your a small time club, Trippeir staying because his mummy says he has to, your clubs a joke.[/p][/quote]All this gloating about something that has yet to happen. You rub your Rovers groins a little prematurely. And if Dyche leaves and Ings leave, that's football. We then recruit a new manager and buy a new player, maybe players. When you are Premier League, not facing a transfer embargo, have owners that are for you and not against and followed by a small fan base that live in the real world and are not members of "the Great Entitled", life is good. Dyche here or gone, Ings here or gone we are in the Premier League. I for one hope they stay but wish them all the very best if they leave.[/p][/quote]And that's the best attitude to have Rob, nowt us long suffering fans can do about apart from moan! But guess what, another "hero" comes along every season. owd nick
  • Score: 2

9:58am Fri 6 Jun 14

mjp 53 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
These are potentially worrying times you can say that again Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings
Not worried at all, but you lot should be. Bowyer been linked with a move away, Rhodes off to Norwich. Great times ahead if youre a Blackburn fan. Worry about your own team, we are doing just fine.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: These are potentially worrying times you can say that again Southampton West Brom looking at you,r manager and now along with others newcastle united looking at danny ings[/p][/quote]Not worried at all, but you lot should be. Bowyer been linked with a move away, Rhodes off to Norwich. Great times ahead if youre a Blackburn fan. Worry about your own team, we are doing just fine. mjp 53
  • Score: 0

10:58am Fri 6 Jun 14

GeoRam says...

no ney never wrote:
Plenty of time for Sean to sign an extension. What he will be waiting for is the level of backing he gets from the board to be competitive in the prem.
☆VDT ☆
And given Sean got shafted by Watford, it must feel good for him to be such a key man in a football club which will only support him and his team to the best of their ability.

Why would he want to leave for the potential poisoned chalice on offer at WBA or Southampton, esp with Southampton being pillaged by all and sundry at present?

I think we will have both Sean and Danny with us next year as they are both key people in our club, with Danny guaranteed a first team start week in week out. That might not be available tp him elsewhere. After next season who knows?
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Plenty of time for Sean to sign an extension. What he will be waiting for is the level of backing he gets from the board to be competitive in the prem. ☆VDT ☆[/p][/quote]And given Sean got shafted by Watford, it must feel good for him to be such a key man in a football club which will only support him and his team to the best of their ability. Why would he want to leave for the potential poisoned chalice on offer at WBA or Southampton, esp with Southampton being pillaged by all and sundry at present? I think we will have both Sean and Danny with us next year as they are both key people in our club, with Danny guaranteed a first team start week in week out. That might not be available tp him elsewhere. After next season who knows? GeoRam
  • Score: 1

11:13am Fri 6 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
There's no smoke without fire boys. It looks like one or even both the pictured men will be off very soon. Ings is not going to sign a new contract until he knows what's happening with Douche, and when he goes Ings will certainly follow.

Just imagine that picture but Ings in a Newcastle shirt and Douche with a saints tie on.

I'm only telling the truth
But you fail to see the predicament of your own club in this little fantasy of yours.... should Burnley, who are already on the look out for striker given Sam Vokes injury, lose another forward player then I suspect a certain Jordan Rhodes will be seen as a reasonable fit for one of the positions we need to fill.

Therefore, beneath all the bravado, you and yours are secretly filling your pants at the thought of Ings moving to a big club, because, hilariously, it directly impacts your own clubs future! And given how desperate Venky's are to recoup costs due to FFP I expect we could steal him with a cheeky £5million.

You couldn't make it up!
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: There's no smoke without fire boys. It looks like one or even both the pictured men will be off very soon. Ings is not going to sign a new contract until he knows what's happening with Douche, and when he goes Ings will certainly follow. Just imagine that picture but Ings in a Newcastle shirt and Douche with a saints tie on. I'm only telling the truth[/p][/quote]But you fail to see the predicament of your own club in this little fantasy of yours.... should Burnley, who are already on the look out for striker given Sam Vokes injury, lose another forward player then I suspect a certain Jordan Rhodes will be seen as a reasonable fit for one of the positions we need to fill. Therefore, beneath all the bravado, you and yours are secretly filling your pants at the thought of Ings moving to a big club, because, hilariously, it directly impacts your own clubs future! And given how desperate Venky's are to recoup costs due to FFP I expect we could steal him with a cheeky £5million. You couldn't make it up! Super_Clarets
  • Score: 1

11:16am Fri 6 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
As predicted, Newcastle are upping the anti, a bid of 3 million will be on the table shortly, Ings is chomping at the bit, it may get a bit fruity, Personally I think a fairer deal would be 4 to 5 million but here's hoping.
And then we go straight in for Rhodes and you're crying again. You just can't win can you Mungo. LOL!

BLACKBURN ROVERS STAYING DOWN FOREVER...... LOVE CLARETS.x
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: As predicted, Newcastle are upping the anti, a bid of 3 million will be on the table shortly, Ings is chomping at the bit, it may get a bit fruity, Personally I think a fairer deal would be 4 to 5 million but here's hoping.[/p][/quote]And then we go straight in for Rhodes and you're crying again. You just can't win can you Mungo. LOL! BLACKBURN ROVERS STAYING DOWN FOREVER...... LOVE CLARETS.x Super_Clarets
  • Score: 0

11:21am Fri 6 Jun 14

Ewoodlegend says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
There's no smoke without fire boys. It looks like one or even both the pictured men will be off very soon. Ings is not going to sign a new contract until he knows what's happening with Douche, and when he goes Ings will certainly follow.

Just imagine that picture but Ings in a Newcastle shirt and Douche with a saints tie on.

I'm only telling the truth
But you fail to see the predicament of your own club in this little fantasy of yours.... should Burnley, who are already on the look out for striker given Sam Vokes injury, lose another forward player then I suspect a certain Jordan Rhodes will be seen as a reasonable fit for one of the positions we need to fill.

Therefore, beneath all the bravado, you and yours are secretly filling your pants at the thought of Ings moving to a big club, because, hilariously, it directly impacts your own clubs future! And given how desperate Venky's are to recoup costs due to FFP I expect we could steal him with a cheeky £5million.

You couldn't make it up!
You have made it up. Well done get a happy face badge from your carer now.

Be good little man, now run along
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: There's no smoke without fire boys. It looks like one or even both the pictured men will be off very soon. Ings is not going to sign a new contract until he knows what's happening with Douche, and when he goes Ings will certainly follow. Just imagine that picture but Ings in a Newcastle shirt and Douche with a saints tie on. I'm only telling the truth[/p][/quote]But you fail to see the predicament of your own club in this little fantasy of yours.... should Burnley, who are already on the look out for striker given Sam Vokes injury, lose another forward player then I suspect a certain Jordan Rhodes will be seen as a reasonable fit for one of the positions we need to fill. Therefore, beneath all the bravado, you and yours are secretly filling your pants at the thought of Ings moving to a big club, because, hilariously, it directly impacts your own clubs future! And given how desperate Venky's are to recoup costs due to FFP I expect we could steal him with a cheeky £5million. You couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]You have made it up. Well done get a happy face badge from your carer now. Be good little man, now run along Ewoodlegend
  • Score: -1

1:34pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Claret72 says...

Jst this minute on the BBC ....
Newcastle sign Tenerife striker Ayoze Perez on what the club describes as a "long-term" contract ......

The final nail in this particular Ings rumour then ?

Seriously , please can you go and do some proper work ..Something positive . Interview Dyche , find out what he means when he talks about 'aligning things' to enable a transfer to go through. Hes already stated nothing much is going to happen til the start of July so you have a few week to come up with some good positive stuff about how he and the bakground staff worked their miracles and are readying for next season...anything other than this endless speculation.

p.s When you do interview him, ask him , after Liverpools great effort to finish second last year ,whether hed like to be known as 'Ginger Rodgers' ?
Jst this minute on the BBC .... Newcastle sign Tenerife striker Ayoze Perez on what the club describes as a "long-term" contract ...... The final nail in this particular Ings rumour then ? Seriously , please can you go and do some proper work ..Something positive . Interview Dyche , find out what he means when he talks about 'aligning things' to enable a transfer to go through. Hes already stated nothing much is going to happen til the start of July so you have a few week to come up with some good positive stuff about how he and the bakground staff worked their miracles and are readying for next season...anything other than this endless speculation. p.s When you do interview him, ask him , after Liverpools great effort to finish second last year ,whether hed like to be known as 'Ginger Rodgers' ? Claret72
  • Score: 2

2:33pm Fri 6 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
There's no smoke without fire boys. It looks like one or even both the pictured men will be off very soon. Ings is not going to sign a new contract until he knows what's happening with Douche, and when he goes Ings will certainly follow.

Just imagine that picture but Ings in a Newcastle shirt and Douche with a saints tie on.

I'm only telling the truth
No smoke.
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: There's no smoke without fire boys. It looks like one or even both the pictured men will be off very soon. Ings is not going to sign a new contract until he knows what's happening with Douche, and when he goes Ings will certainly follow. Just imagine that picture but Ings in a Newcastle shirt and Douche with a saints tie on. I'm only telling the truth[/p][/quote]No smoke. RobH2O
  • Score: 6

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