Weller: Arfield’s versatility is crucial

Scott Arfield

Scott Arfield

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

FORMER Burnley midfielder Paul Weller has described Scott Arfield as Burnley’s unsung hero in their promotion season, and has urged the club to reward him with a new deal.

The Scot was snapped up by Clarets boss Sean Dyche in the summer after being allowed to leave on a free transfer from Huddersfield Town.

Arfield faced an uncertain future before Burnley’s intervention in pre-season. Twelve months on he is preparing for life in the Premier League.

Weller believes the 25-year-old had a big say in the Clarets getting there through his right wing work with Kieran Trippier.

And after the right back signed a new three-year deal, Weller feels it would be fitting if Arfield was also offered new terms.

“He’s a very valuable player,” said the ex-Claret, who made more than 250 appearances for Burnley.

“He isn’t a traditional winger but that works well for Burnley because playing him there gives Trippier licence to go around him.

“They work as a great pair. Scott tucks in and gets into some great spaces behind the front two, and it’s good that he does that because that enables Trippier to bomb on and it’s a combination that’s got great balance to it.

“He seems to be happy in his role and the two central midfielders enjoy having him there as well because it gives it a solid look away from home.

“He’s been an unsung hero of the team.”

But Weller feels Arfield’s role will take on even greater importance next season.

“You need people like him in the Premier League because you can’t go gung-ho,” he said.

“Burnley were 4-4-2 all last season but we don’t know if they will do that again because you’re asking for trouble if you do that all the time.

“If you went to the Etihad and played 4-4-2 you’re probably going to get picked off.

“But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.”

And it is his form and flexibility which Weller says should encourage Burnley to sign him on a longer term contract.

“I think it’s something he probably deserves,” he said.

“What he has done, from this time last year, is amazing.

“If you leave a club that doesn’t mean it’s the end of your career, especially when you’ve got Sean Dyche in your corner.”

Arfield played 49 times for Burnley in all competitions last season.

The Scot scored nine goals, including a crucial equaliser at Watford as the Clarets secured promotion.

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9:08am Mon 9 Jun 14

ReluctantNicko says...

Definitely deserves a new deal.
Definitely deserves a new deal. ReluctantNicko
  • Score: 8

9:25am Mon 9 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

“But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!!

4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.
“But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!! 4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -16

9:32am Mon 9 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
“But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!!

4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.
You're a Dingle then, in this guise at any rate.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: “But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!! 4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.[/p][/quote]You're a Dingle then, in this guise at any rate. TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: 6

9:48am Mon 9 Jun 14

claret777 says...

TurfMoorTom's_Psychi
atrist
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
“But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!!

4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.
You're a Dingle then, in this guise at any rate.
I suggest you two get a job and a life...not funny..it's.childish and spoiling the page....grow up!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: “But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!! 4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.[/p][/quote]You're a Dingle then, in this guise at any rate.[/p][/quote]I suggest you two get a job and a life...not funny..it's.childish and spoiling the page....grow up! claret777
  • Score: 8

10:05am Mon 9 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
“But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!!

4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.
Barry Foulds from Wilpshire, AKA TurfMoorTom, AnotherPounding4Burn
ley, FakeVillaMTCabinet, BubblePopFC, KDG, and other such aliases, is nothing more than a jealous Blackburn Rovers fan who is utterly shameless in his desperation to find something to gloat about, even though he has long since lost every shred of dignity.

This festering, malignant, crotch-sniffing, gender-confused degenerate will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, in this particular case the imbecile is trying to find fault with a player who was signed for free and proceeded to blow the Championship away with 8 goals from midfield, and one of the fittest, most energetic and consistent season-long performances seen at this level, therefore his comments are to be ridiculed as is his very existence. Burnley FC are in the Premier League.

We pity you Barry.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: “But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!! 4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.[/p][/quote]Barry Foulds from Wilpshire, AKA TurfMoorTom, AnotherPounding4Burn ley, FakeVillaMTCabinet, BubblePopFC, KDG, and other such aliases, is nothing more than a jealous Blackburn Rovers fan who is utterly shameless in his desperation to find something to gloat about, even though he has long since lost every shred of dignity. This festering, malignant, crotch-sniffing, gender-confused degenerate will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, in this particular case the imbecile is trying to find fault with a player who was signed for free and proceeded to blow the Championship away with 8 goals from midfield, and one of the fittest, most energetic and consistent season-long performances seen at this level, therefore his comments are to be ridiculed as is his very existence. Burnley FC are in the Premier League. We pity you Barry. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 13

10:05am Mon 9 Jun 14

Rovers_4_Ever_ says...

Arfield is a poor mans Tom Cairney
Arfield is a poor mans Tom Cairney Rovers_4_Ever_
  • Score: -12

10:18am Mon 9 Jun 14

Steven Seagull says...

Rovers_4_Ever_ wrote:
Arfield is a poor mans Tom Cairney
Gary Bowyer a poor man's Dyche.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers_4_Ever_[/bold] wrote: Arfield is a poor mans Tom Cairney[/p][/quote]Gary Bowyer a poor man's Dyche. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 10

10:21am Mon 9 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Rovers_4_Ever_ wrote:
Arfield is a poor mans Tom Cairney
Not on last season's evidence he's not. And "evidence" is key here, not your loaded opinion where everything Rovers is better. If it were, we'd be in the Chumpionship and you'd be in the Prem. Oh, yes! It's the other way round!
[quote][p][bold]Rovers_4_Ever_[/bold] wrote: Arfield is a poor mans Tom Cairney[/p][/quote]Not on last season's evidence he's not. And "evidence" is key here, not your loaded opinion where everything Rovers is better. If it were, we'd be in the Chumpionship and you'd be in the Prem. Oh, yes! It's the other way round! RobH2O
  • Score: 12

10:56am Mon 9 Jun 14

Ewoodlegend says...

Reliant on this player in the Premiership because he is versatile.......this is fatal no wonder Ings wants out

£1.5 million to Newcastle...you heard it here 1st :)

Have a good day boys and girls
Reliant on this player in the Premiership because he is versatile.......this is fatal no wonder Ings wants out £1.5 million to Newcastle...you heard it here 1st :) Have a good day boys and girls Ewoodlegend
  • Score: -9

11:17am Mon 9 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
Reliant on this player in the Premiership because he is versatile.......this is fatal no wonder Ings wants out

£1.5 million to Newcastle...you heard it here 1st :)

Have a good day boys and girls
Hi Barry. That's utterly hilarious. You need to be weaned off this Prediction Business.
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: Reliant on this player in the Premiership because he is versatile.......this is fatal no wonder Ings wants out £1.5 million to Newcastle...you heard it here 1st :) Have a good day boys and girls[/p][/quote]Hi Barry. That's utterly hilarious. You need to be weaned off this Prediction Business. RobH2O
  • Score: 9

11:20am Mon 9 Jun 14

Ewoodlegend says...

RobH2O wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Reliant on this player in the Premiership because he is versatile.......this is fatal no wonder Ings wants out

£1.5 million to Newcastle...you heard it here 1st :)

Have a good day boys and girls
Hi Barry. That's utterly hilarious. You need to be weaned off this Prediction Business.
But you will see little man, you will see
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: Reliant on this player in the Premiership because he is versatile.......this is fatal no wonder Ings wants out £1.5 million to Newcastle...you heard it here 1st :) Have a good day boys and girls[/p][/quote]Hi Barry. That's utterly hilarious. You need to be weaned off this Prediction Business.[/p][/quote]But you will see little man, you will see Ewoodlegend
  • Score: -8

11:38am Mon 9 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Reliant on this player in the Premiership because he is versatile.......this is fatal no wonder Ings wants out

£1.5 million to Newcastle...you heard it here 1st :)

Have a good day boys and girls
Hi Barry. That's utterly hilarious. You need to be weaned off this Prediction Business.
But you will see little man, you will see
Repetition of prediction weeny little flea.
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: Reliant on this player in the Premiership because he is versatile.......this is fatal no wonder Ings wants out £1.5 million to Newcastle...you heard it here 1st :) Have a good day boys and girls[/p][/quote]Hi Barry. That's utterly hilarious. You need to be weaned off this Prediction Business.[/p][/quote]But you will see little man, you will see[/p][/quote]Repetition of prediction weeny little flea. RobH2O
  • Score: 8

11:50am Mon 9 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
“But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!!

4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.
Barry Foulds from Wilpshire, AKA TurfMoorTom, AnotherPounding4Burn

ley, FakeVillaMTCabinet, BubblePopFC, KDG, and other such aliases, is nothing more than a jealous Blackburn Rovers fan who is utterly shameless in his desperation to find something to gloat about, even though he has long since lost every shred of dignity.

This festering, malignant, crotch-sniffing, gender-confused degenerate will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, in this particular case the imbecile is trying to find fault with a player who was signed for free and proceeded to blow the Championship away with 8 goals from midfield, and one of the fittest, most energetic and consistent season-long performances seen at this level, therefore his comments are to be ridiculed as is his very existence. Burnley FC are in the Premier League.

We pity you Barry.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: “But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!! 4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.[/p][/quote]Barry Foulds from Wilpshire, AKA TurfMoorTom, AnotherPounding4Burn ley, FakeVillaMTCabinet, BubblePopFC, KDG, and other such aliases, is nothing more than a jealous Blackburn Rovers fan who is utterly shameless in his desperation to find something to gloat about, even though he has long since lost every shred of dignity. This festering, malignant, crotch-sniffing, gender-confused degenerate will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, in this particular case the imbecile is trying to find fault with a player who was signed for free and proceeded to blow the Championship away with 8 goals from midfield, and one of the fittest, most energetic and consistent season-long performances seen at this level, therefore his comments are to be ridiculed as is his very existence. Burnley FC are in the Premier League. We pity you Barry.[/p][/quote]NH Old age pensioner
  • Score: -3

12:21pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season....


Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15.

A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building.

Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division.

Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements.

The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT!

With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot.

2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely.

Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park.

January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in.

Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT!

Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives.

March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens.

April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters.

With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams.

However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go.

Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season.

Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park.

Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.
Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season.... Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15. A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building. Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division. Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements. The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT! With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot. 2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely. Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park. January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in. Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT! Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives. March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens. April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters. With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams. However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go. Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season. Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park. Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 7

1:28pm Mon 9 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Arfield versatility is going to be of paramount importance, unless we sign some class, as it will be up to arfield to score 70 goals this season to keep us up whilst filling in as a center half and emergency goalkeeper.
If Ings goes, which is likely, it means the team with vokes up top on his own, will muster a dozen goals so we will need another 70 from arfield to survive.
Arfield versatility is going to be of paramount importance, unless we sign some class, as it will be up to arfield to score 70 goals this season to keep us up whilst filling in as a center half and emergency goalkeeper. If Ings goes, which is likely, it means the team with vokes up top on his own, will muster a dozen goals so we will need another 70 from arfield to survive. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -19

1:30pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Ewoodlegend says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season....


Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15.

A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building.

Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division.

Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements.

The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT!

With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot.

2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely.

Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park.

January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in.

Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT!

Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives.

March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens.

April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters.

With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams.

However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go.

Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season.

Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park.

Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.
Didn't even bother reading, but well done little man :)
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season.... Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15. A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building. Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division. Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements. The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT! With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot. 2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely. Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park. January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in. Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT! Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives. March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens. April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters. With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams. However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go. Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season. Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park. Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.[/p][/quote]Didn't even bother reading, but well done little man :) Ewoodlegend
  • Score: -4

1:37pm Mon 9 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season....


Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15.

A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building.

Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division.

Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements.

The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT!

With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot.

2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely.

Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park.

January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in.

Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT!

Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives.

March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens.

April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters.

With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams.

However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go.

Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season.

Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park.

Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.
Didn't even bother reading, but well done little man :)
Couldn't be bothered? No. Can't.
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season.... Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15. A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building. Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division. Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements. The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT! With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot. 2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely. Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park. January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in. Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT! Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives. March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens. April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters. With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams. However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go. Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season. Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park. Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.[/p][/quote]Didn't even bother reading, but well done little man :)[/p][/quote]Couldn't be bothered? No. Can't. RobH2O
  • Score: 6

1:37pm Mon 9 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season....


Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15.

A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building.

Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division.

Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements.

The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT!

With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot.

2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely.

Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park.

January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in.

Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT!

Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives.

March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens.

April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters.

With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams.

However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go.

Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season.

Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park.

Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.
Too long, you obviously need to find work soon.
I think getting 1.5 million for Ings from newcastle is daylight robbery, he's gotta be worth at least 2 million, must be the massive wages why he's handing in a request
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season.... Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15. A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building. Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division. Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements. The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT! With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot. 2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely. Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park. January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in. Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT! Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives. March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens. April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters. With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams. However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go. Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season. Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park. Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.[/p][/quote]Too long, you obviously need to find work soon. I think getting 1.5 million for Ings from newcastle is daylight robbery, he's gotta be worth at least 2 million, must be the massive wages why he's handing in a request AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -6

1:38pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season....


Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15.

A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building.

Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division.

Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements.

The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT!

With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot.

2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely.

Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park.

January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in.

Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT!

Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives.

March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens.

April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters.

With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams.

However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go.

Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season.

Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park.

Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season.... Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15. A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building. Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division. Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements. The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT! With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot. 2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely. Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park. January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in. Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT! Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives. March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens. April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters. With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams. However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go. Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season. Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park. Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.[/p][/quote]NH Old age pensioner
  • Score: -6

1:45pm Mon 9 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Burnley offer 1 million for craig dawson from west brom, LMFAO, didn't Bolton get knocked back with a 3 million bid last year? Oh sorry forgot Dyches arsene wenger tactics, seeing if dawson will hand in a request when he finds out the European Champions elect are in for him. Dirty deeds done dirt cheap
Burnley offer 1 million for craig dawson from west brom, LMFAO, didn't Bolton get knocked back with a 3 million bid last year? Oh sorry forgot Dyches arsene wenger tactics, seeing if dawson will hand in a request when he finds out the European Champions elect are in for him. Dirty deeds done dirt cheap AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -12

1:45pm Mon 9 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season....


Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15.

A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building.

Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division.

Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements.

The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT!

With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot.

2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely.

Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park.

January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in.

Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT!

Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives.

March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens.

April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters.

With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams.

However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go.

Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season.

Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park.

Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.
Too long, you obviously need to find work soon.
I think getting 1.5 million for Ings from newcastle is daylight robbery, he's gotta be worth at least 2 million, must be the massive wages why he's handing in a request
Dropping Prediction for a Guess - suppose its the same thing, differently dressed, where you're concerned.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season.... Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15. A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building. Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division. Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements. The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT! With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot. 2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely. Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park. January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in. Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT! Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives. March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens. April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters. With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams. However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go. Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season. Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park. Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.[/p][/quote]Too long, you obviously need to find work soon. I think getting 1.5 million for Ings from newcastle is daylight robbery, he's gotta be worth at least 2 million, must be the massive wages why he's handing in a request[/p][/quote]Dropping Prediction for a Guess - suppose its the same thing, differently dressed, where you're concerned. RobH2O
  • Score: 7

1:52pm Mon 9 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

According to scientists the human face developed that way in order to take a punch, and that explains super clarets flat featureless face.
Old flat head, as we call him, uses his for panel beating JCB buckets into shape
According to scientists the human face developed that way in order to take a punch, and that explains super clarets flat featureless face. Old flat head, as we call him, uses his for panel beating JCB buckets into shape AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -19

1:54pm Mon 9 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

RobH2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season....


Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15.

A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building.

Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division.

Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements.

The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT!

With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot.

2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely.

Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park.

January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in.

Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT!

Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives.

March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens.

April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters.

With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams.

However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go.

Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season.

Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park.

Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.
Too long, you obviously need to find work soon.
I think getting 1.5 million for Ings from newcastle is daylight robbery, he's gotta be worth at least 2 million, must be the massive wages why he's handing in a request
Dropping Prediction for a Guess - suppose its the same thing, differently dressed, where you're concerned.
Hey Bob, you been smashing crispys PB this morning?
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season.... Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15. A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building. Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division. Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements. The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT! With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot. 2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely. Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park. January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in. Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT! Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives. March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens. April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters. With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams. However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go. Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season. Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park. Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.[/p][/quote]Too long, you obviously need to find work soon. I think getting 1.5 million for Ings from newcastle is daylight robbery, he's gotta be worth at least 2 million, must be the massive wages why he's handing in a request[/p][/quote]Dropping Prediction for a Guess - suppose its the same thing, differently dressed, where you're concerned.[/p][/quote]Hey Bob, you been smashing crispys PB this morning? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -25

1:58pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Ewoodlegend says...

Burnley will be relegated next season...I predict so you must listen!
Burnley will be relegated next season...I predict so you must listen! Ewoodlegend
  • Score: -9

1:59pm Mon 9 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
Burnley will be relegated next season...I predict so you must listen!
Ding dong goes the bell end
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: Burnley will be relegated next season...I predict so you must listen![/p][/quote]Ding dong goes the bell end RobH2O
  • Score: 12

2:00pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

Another day, another pounding for AnotherPounding4Burn
ley....

This particular no-dad bears all the hallmarks of a heavily interbred ancestry, a disturbing amalgamation of caveman and retard, with oversized ears, a thick neck and sloping forehead, he roams the streets of Shadsworth with a puzzled expression on his disfigured face, still wondering how his 34 year comfort blanket was so cruelly taken from him.
Another day, another pounding for AnotherPounding4Burn ley.... This particular no-dad bears all the hallmarks of a heavily interbred ancestry, a disturbing amalgamation of caveman and retard, with oversized ears, a thick neck and sloping forehead, he roams the streets of Shadsworth with a puzzled expression on his disfigured face, still wondering how his 34 year comfort blanket was so cruelly taken from him. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 2

2:01pm Mon 9 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season....


Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15.

A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building.

Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division.

Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements.

The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT!

With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot.

2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely.

Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park.

January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in.

Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT!

Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives.

March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens.

April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters.

With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams.

However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go.

Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season.

Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park.

Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.
Too long, you obviously need to find work soon.
I think getting 1.5 million for Ings from newcastle is daylight robbery, he's gotta be worth at least 2 million, must be the massive wages why he's handing in a request
Dropping Prediction for a Guess - suppose its the same thing, differently dressed, where you're concerned.
Hey Bob, you been smashing crispys PB this morning?
No Thursday actually. Cripes you asked a question. No sign of a guess or a prediction. You poorly?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season.... Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15. A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building. Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division. Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements. The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT! With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot. 2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely. Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park. January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in. Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT! Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives. March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens. April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters. With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams. However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go. Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season. Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park. Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.[/p][/quote]Too long, you obviously need to find work soon. I think getting 1.5 million for Ings from newcastle is daylight robbery, he's gotta be worth at least 2 million, must be the massive wages why he's handing in a request[/p][/quote]Dropping Prediction for a Guess - suppose its the same thing, differently dressed, where you're concerned.[/p][/quote]Hey Bob, you been smashing crispys PB this morning?[/p][/quote]No Thursday actually. Cripes you asked a question. No sign of a guess or a prediction. You poorly? RobH2O
  • Score: 2

2:03pm Mon 9 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
According to scientists the human face developed that way in order to take a punch, and that explains super clarets flat featureless face.
Old flat head, as we call him, uses his for panel beating JCB buckets into shape
Do you know him?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: According to scientists the human face developed that way in order to take a punch, and that explains super clarets flat featureless face. Old flat head, as we call him, uses his for panel beating JCB buckets into shape[/p][/quote]Do you know him? RobH2O
  • Score: 8

2:13pm Mon 9 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

I think we should put a bid in for Sturridge, maybe test the water with a 2 million starting bid, we need to bring in someone if ings is on his way.
I think we should put a bid in for Sturridge, maybe test the water with a 2 million starting bid, we need to bring in someone if ings is on his way. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -17

2:16pm Mon 9 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Stearman opts to stay at wolves, rather than join Burnley, wonder why?
Stearman opts to stay at wolves, rather than join Burnley, wonder why? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -15

3:29pm Mon 9 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Stearman opts to stay at wolves, rather than join Burnley, wonder why?
Cos he read you are a fan. He didn't realise you were lying.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Stearman opts to stay at wolves, rather than join Burnley, wonder why?[/p][/quote]Cos he read you are a fan. He didn't realise you were lying. TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: -5

3:37pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

Arfield was one those 'meh' signings who proves priceless. We don't know how he or the rest of the squad will fare in a league above. But we will get tonked if we play like we did to beat the good championship sides like QPR Derby and Rovers. We spanked some of the most expensively assembled squads in the second tier ever. End of argument. We turned over sides in style, but won't next season for sure. So a more naturally cautious player will be essential home and away. It must be embarassing for Rovers fans to read the drivel on here when they were hardly close to top 6 yet the trolls on here have awarded them the champions league title and have us lucky to escape relegation. The gap between these idiots and reality is a chasm whereas the gap between Burnley and the elite just got closer. Lancashire's finest show the rest how it's done and it's the understated class in our squad that stands out.
Arfield was one those 'meh' signings who proves priceless. We don't know how he or the rest of the squad will fare in a league above. But we will get tonked if we play like we did to beat the good championship sides like QPR Derby and Rovers. We spanked some of the most expensively assembled squads in the second tier ever. End of argument. We turned over sides in style, but won't next season for sure. So a more naturally cautious player will be essential home and away. It must be embarassing for Rovers fans to read the drivel on here when they were hardly close to top 6 yet the trolls on here have awarded them the champions league title and have us lucky to escape relegation. The gap between these idiots and reality is a chasm whereas the gap between Burnley and the elite just got closer. Lancashire's finest show the rest how it's done and it's the understated class in our squad that stands out. Claretcert
  • Score: 10

3:39pm Mon 9 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
I think we should put a bid in for Sturridge, maybe test the water with a 2 million starting bid, we need to bring in someone if ings is on his way.
"If Ings is on his way"? But you've written repeatedly that he is. Always lying.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: I think we should put a bid in for Sturridge, maybe test the water with a 2 million starting bid, we need to bring in someone if ings is on his way.[/p][/quote]"If Ings is on his way"? But you've written repeatedly that he is. Always lying. TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: -2

3:57pm Mon 9 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

What about a cheeky bid for Cayhill, he's been here before and obviously loved it, since playing for us he has gone from strength to strength and if we hadn't discovered this jewel he would be shelf stacking at Sainsbury's.
He'd definitely like to be cover for our back four. 3 million should see him hand in a request
What about a cheeky bid for Cayhill, he's been here before and obviously loved it, since playing for us he has gone from strength to strength and if we hadn't discovered this jewel he would be shelf stacking at Sainsbury's. He'd definitely like to be cover for our back four. 3 million should see him hand in a request AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -15

4:16pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Rovers_4_Ever_ says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season....


Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15.

A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building.

Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division.

Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements.

The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT!

With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot.

2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely.

Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park.

January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in.

Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT!

Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives.

March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens.

April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters.

With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams.

However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go.

Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season.

Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park.

Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.
Prediction for Burnley
Relegated by February
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season.... Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15. A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building. Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division. Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements. The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT! With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot. 2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely. Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park. January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in. Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT! Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives. March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens. April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters. With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams. However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go. Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season. Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park. Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.[/p][/quote]Prediction for Burnley Relegated by February Rovers_4_Ever_
  • Score: -9

4:31pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

It's also worth reminding our many obsessive stalkers that clubs tend to keep their business private. An agent might link a player with a 'number of premier league clubs', a player glad for a contract might allude to 'interest' from other clubs before committing loyalty to a new 2 year deal. It's just how it is. But only an invertebrate total Grade A fool (choose any 3 from 5 above) actually believes any of this froth. So, as well as reminding our blue and white halved friends to steer clear of any multiple personality billy no mate adolescent they see sat alone at Ewood (could be harder than I imagine that one) it's also worth taking rumours with a pinch of salt. Unless the plan is to appear as stupid as is humanly possible. Oh hang on...... That's 9 out of 10 who pop by and share their ill- informed views with us.
It's also worth reminding our many obsessive stalkers that clubs tend to keep their business private. An agent might link a player with a 'number of premier league clubs', a player glad for a contract might allude to 'interest' from other clubs before committing loyalty to a new 2 year deal. It's just how it is. But only an invertebrate total Grade A fool (choose any 3 from 5 above) actually believes any of this froth. So, as well as reminding our blue and white halved friends to steer clear of any multiple personality billy no mate adolescent they see sat alone at Ewood (could be harder than I imagine that one) it's also worth taking rumours with a pinch of salt. Unless the plan is to appear as stupid as is humanly possible. Oh hang on...... That's 9 out of 10 who pop by and share their ill- informed views with us. Claretcert
  • Score: 12

4:38pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Another day, another pounding for AnotherPounding4Burn

ley....

This particular no-dad bears all the hallmarks of a heavily interbred ancestry, a disturbing amalgamation of caveman and retard, with oversized ears, a thick neck and sloping forehead, he roams the streets of Shadsworth with a puzzled expression on his disfigured face, still wondering how his 34 year comfort blanket was so cruelly taken from him.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Another day, another pounding for AnotherPounding4Burn ley.... This particular no-dad bears all the hallmarks of a heavily interbred ancestry, a disturbing amalgamation of caveman and retard, with oversized ears, a thick neck and sloping forehead, he roams the streets of Shadsworth with a puzzled expression on his disfigured face, still wondering how his 34 year comfort blanket was so cruelly taken from him.[/p][/quote]NH Old age pensioner
  • Score: -9

5:02pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

Old age pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Another day, another pounding for AnotherPounding4Burn


ley....

This particular no-dad bears all the hallmarks of a heavily interbred ancestry, a disturbing amalgamation of caveman and retard, with oversized ears, a thick neck and sloping forehead, he roams the streets of Shadsworth with a puzzled expression on his disfigured face, still wondering how his 34 year comfort blanket was so cruelly taken from him.
NH
If you put aside your personal vendetta against your enemy for a second, can I just ask why you consider it a worthy response to his posts to post the two letters 'NH'? Is this you running out of steam before you can find the capital letter 'S' in your desperation for medical help from the National Health Service? If it's the word 'knobhead' you're looking for, you'll see that it doesn't require capitalisation, is only one word and begins with the letter 'k' not 'N'.

You're not doing much to help your cause here, old-timer.
[quote][p][bold]Old age pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Another day, another pounding for AnotherPounding4Burn ley.... This particular no-dad bears all the hallmarks of a heavily interbred ancestry, a disturbing amalgamation of caveman and retard, with oversized ears, a thick neck and sloping forehead, he roams the streets of Shadsworth with a puzzled expression on his disfigured face, still wondering how his 34 year comfort blanket was so cruelly taken from him.[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]If you put aside your personal vendetta against your enemy for a second, can I just ask why you consider it a worthy response to his posts to post the two letters 'NH'? Is this you running out of steam before you can find the capital letter 'S' in your desperation for medical help from the National Health Service? If it's the word 'knobhead' you're looking for, you'll see that it doesn't require capitalisation, is only one word and begins with the letter 'k' not 'N'. You're not doing much to help your cause here, old-timer. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 12

5:52pm Mon 9 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
Old age pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Another day, another pounding for AnotherPounding4Burn



ley....

This particular no-dad bears all the hallmarks of a heavily interbred ancestry, a disturbing amalgamation of caveman and retard, with oversized ears, a thick neck and sloping forehead, he roams the streets of Shadsworth with a puzzled expression on his disfigured face, still wondering how his 34 year comfort blanket was so cruelly taken from him.
NH
If you put aside your personal vendetta against your enemy for a second, can I just ask why you consider it a worthy response to his posts to post the two letters 'NH'? Is this you running out of steam before you can find the capital letter 'S' in your desperation for medical help from the National Health Service? If it's the word 'knobhead' you're looking for, you'll see that it doesn't require capitalisation, is only one word and begins with the letter 'k' not 'N'.

You're not doing much to help your cause here, old-timer.
KH
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old age pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Another day, another pounding for AnotherPounding4Burn ley.... This particular no-dad bears all the hallmarks of a heavily interbred ancestry, a disturbing amalgamation of caveman and retard, with oversized ears, a thick neck and sloping forehead, he roams the streets of Shadsworth with a puzzled expression on his disfigured face, still wondering how his 34 year comfort blanket was so cruelly taken from him.[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]If you put aside your personal vendetta against your enemy for a second, can I just ask why you consider it a worthy response to his posts to post the two letters 'NH'? Is this you running out of steam before you can find the capital letter 'S' in your desperation for medical help from the National Health Service? If it's the word 'knobhead' you're looking for, you'll see that it doesn't require capitalisation, is only one word and begins with the letter 'k' not 'N'. You're not doing much to help your cause here, old-timer.[/p][/quote]KH AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -16

2:26am Tue 10 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
“But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!!

4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.
Barry Foulds from Wilpshire, AKA TurfMoorTom, AnotherPounding4Burn

ley, FakeVillaMTCabinet, BubblePopFC, KDG, and other such aliases, is nothing more than a jealous Blackburn Rovers fan who is utterly shameless in his desperation to find something to gloat about, even though he has long since lost every shred of dignity.

This festering, malignant, crotch-sniffing, gender-confused degenerate will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, in this particular case the imbecile is trying to find fault with a player who was signed for free and proceeded to blow the Championship away with 8 goals from midfield, and one of the fittest, most energetic and consistent season-long performances seen at this level, therefore his comments are to be ridiculed as is his very existence. Burnley FC are in the Premier League.

We pity you Barry.
will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it,
WOW that is just staggering coming from you
well you know what they say what goes up must come down
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: “But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!! 4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.[/p][/quote]Barry Foulds from Wilpshire, AKA TurfMoorTom, AnotherPounding4Burn ley, FakeVillaMTCabinet, BubblePopFC, KDG, and other such aliases, is nothing more than a jealous Blackburn Rovers fan who is utterly shameless in his desperation to find something to gloat about, even though he has long since lost every shred of dignity. This festering, malignant, crotch-sniffing, gender-confused degenerate will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, in this particular case the imbecile is trying to find fault with a player who was signed for free and proceeded to blow the Championship away with 8 goals from midfield, and one of the fittest, most energetic and consistent season-long performances seen at this level, therefore his comments are to be ridiculed as is his very existence. Burnley FC are in the Premier League. We pity you Barry.[/p][/quote]will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, WOW that is just staggering coming from you well you know what they say what goes up must come down jim 2012
  • Score: 1

2:31am Tue 10 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
“But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!!

4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.
Barry Foulds from Wilpshire, AKA TurfMoorTom, AnotherPounding4Burn


ley, FakeVillaMTCabinet, BubblePopFC, KDG, and other such aliases, is nothing more than a jealous Blackburn Rovers fan who is utterly shameless in his desperation to find something to gloat about, even though he has long since lost every shred of dignity.

This festering, malignant, crotch-sniffing, gender-confused degenerate will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, in this particular case the imbecile is trying to find fault with a player who was signed for free and proceeded to blow the Championship away with 8 goals from midfield, and one of the fittest, most energetic and consistent season-long performances seen at this level, therefore his comments are to be ridiculed as is his very existence. Burnley FC are in the Premier League.

We pity you Barry.
will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it,
WOW that is just staggering coming from you
well you know what they say what goes up must come down
one more thing if burnley played in my back garden i would close the curtains
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: “But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!! 4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.[/p][/quote]Barry Foulds from Wilpshire, AKA TurfMoorTom, AnotherPounding4Burn ley, FakeVillaMTCabinet, BubblePopFC, KDG, and other such aliases, is nothing more than a jealous Blackburn Rovers fan who is utterly shameless in his desperation to find something to gloat about, even though he has long since lost every shred of dignity. This festering, malignant, crotch-sniffing, gender-confused degenerate will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, in this particular case the imbecile is trying to find fault with a player who was signed for free and proceeded to blow the Championship away with 8 goals from midfield, and one of the fittest, most energetic and consistent season-long performances seen at this level, therefore his comments are to be ridiculed as is his very existence. Burnley FC are in the Premier League. We pity you Barry.[/p][/quote]will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, WOW that is just staggering coming from you well you know what they say what goes up must come down[/p][/quote]one more thing if burnley played in my back garden i would close the curtains jim 2012
  • Score: -3

2:39am Tue 10 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

my prediction burnley FC
RELEGATION
my prediction burnley FC RELEGATION jim 2012
  • Score: -2

5:19am Tue 10 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

jim 2012 wrote:
my prediction burnley FC
RELEGATION
Staggering in its originality. And you a B&W stunt too!
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: my prediction burnley FC RELEGATION[/p][/quote]Staggering in its originality. And you a B&W stunt too! RobH2O
  • Score: 2

5:19am Tue 10 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

jim 2012 wrote:
my prediction burnley FC
RELEGATION
Staggering in its originality. And you a B&W stunt too!
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: my prediction burnley FC RELEGATION[/p][/quote]Staggering in its originality. And you a B&W stunt too! RobH2O
  • Score: 3

5:42am Tue 10 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

Claretcert wrote:
It's also worth reminding our many obsessive stalkers that clubs tend to keep their business private. An agent might link a player with a 'number of premier league clubs', a player glad for a contract might allude to 'interest' from other clubs before committing loyalty to a new 2 year deal. It's just how it is. But only an invertebrate total Grade A fool (choose any 3 from 5 above) actually believes any of this froth. So, as well as reminding our blue and white halved friends to steer clear of any multiple personality billy no mate adolescent they see sat alone at Ewood (could be harder than I imagine that one) it's also worth taking rumours with a pinch of salt. Unless the plan is to appear as stupid as is humanly possible. Oh hang on...... That's 9 out of 10 who pop by and share their ill- informed views with us.
you really believe that rubbish a players contract isnt worth a rat,s arse
when big clubs start sniffing around the smaller clubs
and yes we know burnley are in the premier league
but you are not a proven premier league team
your manager has never managed in the premier league
but I for one do not expect him to stay at burnley
i think he will look for a bigger challenge
than trying to keep a small town club like burnley
in the premier league
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: It's also worth reminding our many obsessive stalkers that clubs tend to keep their business private. An agent might link a player with a 'number of premier league clubs', a player glad for a contract might allude to 'interest' from other clubs before committing loyalty to a new 2 year deal. It's just how it is. But only an invertebrate total Grade A fool (choose any 3 from 5 above) actually believes any of this froth. So, as well as reminding our blue and white halved friends to steer clear of any multiple personality billy no mate adolescent they see sat alone at Ewood (could be harder than I imagine that one) it's also worth taking rumours with a pinch of salt. Unless the plan is to appear as stupid as is humanly possible. Oh hang on...... That's 9 out of 10 who pop by and share their ill- informed views with us.[/p][/quote]you really believe that rubbish a players contract isnt worth a rat,s arse when big clubs start sniffing around the smaller clubs and yes we know burnley are in the premier league but you are not a proven premier league team your manager has never managed in the premier league but I for one do not expect him to stay at burnley i think he will look for a bigger challenge than trying to keep a small town club like burnley in the premier league jim 2012
  • Score: -3

6:08am Tue 10 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

RobH2O wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
my prediction burnley FC
RELEGATION
Staggering in its originality. And you a B&W stunt too!
i have been reading the tarot cards
my grandma used to say THE CARDS NEVER LIE
i thought i would have a go at this prediction lark
there has been a lot said about how Blackburn rovers season
will end
so I just thought i would share my thoughts about how burnley season will end
I have had time to think and look at the cards and yes it will still end in RELEGATION and remember my dingle chum's THE CARDS NEVER LIE
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: my prediction burnley FC RELEGATION[/p][/quote]Staggering in its originality. And you a B&W stunt too![/p][/quote]i have been reading the tarot cards my grandma used to say THE CARDS NEVER LIE i thought i would have a go at this prediction lark there has been a lot said about how Blackburn rovers season will end so I just thought i would share my thoughts about how burnley season will end I have had time to think and look at the cards and yes it will still end in RELEGATION and remember my dingle chum's THE CARDS NEVER LIE jim 2012
  • Score: -3

6:12am Tue 10 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

Rovers_4_Ever_ wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season....


Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15.

A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building.

Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division.

Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements.

The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT!

With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot.

2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely.

Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park.

January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in.

Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT!

Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives.

March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens.

April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters.

With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams.

However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go.

Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season.

Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park.

Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.
Prediction for Burnley
Relegated by February
i have been reading the tarot cards
my grandma used to say THE CARDS NEVER LIE
i thought i would have a go at this prediction lark
there has been a lot said about how Blackburn rovers season
will end
so I just thought i would share my thoughts about how burnley season will end
I have had time to think and look at the cards and yes it will still end in RELEGATION and remember my dingle chum's THE CARDS NEVER LIE
[quote][p][bold]Rovers_4_Ever_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season.... Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15. A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building. Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division. Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements. The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT! With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot. 2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely. Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park. January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in. Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT! Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives. March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens. April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters. With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams. However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go. Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season. Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park. Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.[/p][/quote]Prediction for Burnley Relegated by February[/p][/quote]i have been reading the tarot cards my grandma used to say THE CARDS NEVER LIE i thought i would have a go at this prediction lark there has been a lot said about how Blackburn rovers season will end so I just thought i would share my thoughts about how burnley season will end I have had time to think and look at the cards and yes it will still end in RELEGATION and remember my dingle chum's THE CARDS NEVER LIE jim 2012
  • Score: -2

7:48am Tue 10 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Rovers_4_Ever_ wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season....


Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15.

A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building.

Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division.

Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements.

The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT!

With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot.

2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely.

Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park.

January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in.

Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT!

Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives.

March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens.

April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters.

With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams.

However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go.

Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season.

Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park.

Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.
Prediction for Burnley
Relegated by February
i have been reading the tarot cards
my grandma used to say THE CARDS NEVER LIE
i thought i would have a go at this prediction lark
there has been a lot said about how Blackburn rovers season
will end
so I just thought i would share my thoughts about how burnley season will end
I have had time to think and look at the cards and yes it will still end in RELEGATION and remember my dingle chum's THE CARDS NEVER LIE
But you do, my out of date little rancid bit of chicken tikka.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers_4_Ever_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Prediction for Blackburn Rovers season.... Jordan Rhodes moves to Norwich for a fee of £8million with £4million of this paid to Huddersfield Town as the remainder of the original transfer fee. Venky's release a statement saying they believe the squad is strong enough to challenge for automatic promotion and the money received must be used to offset the drop in parachute payments for 2014/15. A slow start over the first six games just about keeps Gary Bowyer in a job however there are rumblings of discontent from the no-dads, one or two panicky posts on-line are contributing to the fear factor building. Ten games in and Blackburn Rovers are still outside the top 6, even those who backed Bowyer are beginning to lose patience as too many games are being drawn and points lost against the weaker sides in the division. Back to back defeats against Wigan and Bolton increase the pressure on Bowyer who's post match interviews are beginning to show cracks following a berating by the home support. Rumours of a change are gathering momentum, with the no-dads comically touting names as diverse as Sven Goran Eriksson and Sam Allardyce as potential replacements. The protests begin again in earnest, with fans banner waving outside the ground and marches planned to demonstrate against the Venky's throughout October. BOWYER OUT! VENKYS OUT! With pressure building and hatred towards the Venky's approaching an all time high, a shambolic home reversal against Brentford proves to be the straw that breaks the camels back as Venky's step in to remove Gary Bowyer from his position. Venky's release a statement that this time they will make the right choice and all options will be explored as they seek to push for a play-off spot. 2 weeks pass and Venky's are still quiet regarding a managerial replacement. Caretaker Colin Hendry has failed to reverse the fortunes of this ailing club and a bottom-half position heading towards the Christmas period is looking likely. Late December and Venky's confirm that "Rovers Legend" Colin Hendry will take over the managers position on a permanent basis. The Christmas period yields zero points and there is uproar in the stands as Rovers gift Rotherham the points in a demoralising Boxing day defeat at Ewood Park. January see's a humiliating and shameful transfer embargo in place at Blackburn Rovers as further cost cutting leaves the Blackburn squad looking decidedly feeble. Players are sold for below market value and no replacements can be brought in. Results go from bad to worse as the New Year progresses with a return of 2 points in January Rovers are now slipping towards the Championship danger zone. A couple of wins in February gives a brief feeling of positivity and has the more deluded no-dads still claiming that the play-off's are in sight, however a 4-0 spanking at Fulham sends moral to an all time low. Attendances are now sub-12k and the protests resume as the Blackburn fans now want HENDRY OUT! VENKYS OUT! Rumours on social media regarding the return of Shebby Singh are denied by club representatives. March see's the surprise return of Shebby Singh as "Director of Football", to support and advise a weary and downtrodden Colin Hendry. This does not go down well with the supporters as BRAG and other non-entities resume their rantings about buying the club off Venky's before the unthinkable happens. April see's the play-off's mathematically unreachable as Rovers continue to look over their shoulders at the 6 point gap to the relegation places. The protests pick up pace, and a Q&A session at King Georges Hall with Shebby Singh and Colin Hendry descends into farce as police are called in to prevent a riot breaking out. Several arrests are made and Singh is injured in the disturbance. Singh insists he will press charges and lifetime bans are handed out to 6 supporters. With the season coming to a close Blackburn Rovers find themselves dragged into the bottom three but survival is still in their hands. The remaining supporters are looking at the run in being easier than the other struggling teams. However a shock run of 3 straight defeats see's Blackburn Rovers drop to the foot of the table with only two games to go. Colin Hendry tenders his resignation as rumours of an improper relationship with Rovers Chairwoman, Anurahda Desai sends shock waves through the Venky hierarchy. Shebby Singh is put in charge of first team affairs until the end of the season. Blackburn Rovers are relegated in disgrace with a flock of caped chicken released onto the pitch during the final game at Ewood Park. Venky's release a statement of regret concerning the unfortunate events of the 2014/15 season, they reaffirm their support going forwards into an exciting and competitive League One season under the guidance of new first team coach Shebby Singh.[/p][/quote]Prediction for Burnley Relegated by February[/p][/quote]i have been reading the tarot cards my grandma used to say THE CARDS NEVER LIE i thought i would have a go at this prediction lark there has been a lot said about how Blackburn rovers season will end so I just thought i would share my thoughts about how burnley season will end I have had time to think and look at the cards and yes it will still end in RELEGATION and remember my dingle chum's THE CARDS NEVER LIE[/p][/quote]But you do, my out of date little rancid bit of chicken tikka. RobH2O
  • Score: 4

8:45am Tue 10 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

LOL! Rovers are staying down forever!
LOL! Rovers are staying down forever! Super_Clarets
  • Score: 0

1:45pm Tue 10 Jun 14

wolsty says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
“But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!!

4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.
Barry Foulds from Wilpshire, AKA TurfMoorTom, AnotherPounding4Burn

ley, FakeVillaMTCabinet, BubblePopFC, KDG, and other such aliases, is nothing more than a jealous Blackburn Rovers fan who is utterly shameless in his desperation to find something to gloat about, even though he has long since lost every shred of dignity.

This festering, malignant, crotch-sniffing, gender-confused degenerate will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, in this particular case the imbecile is trying to find fault with a player who was signed for free and proceeded to blow the Championship away with 8 goals from midfield, and one of the fittest, most energetic and consistent season-long performances seen at this level, therefore his comments are to be ridiculed as is his very existence. Burnley FC are in the Premier League.

We pity you Barry.
I thought for a moment you was talking about yourself super claret,you seem to be on the Rovers page more than on here,but then again you spill out a load of s**t then I knew it was you very big NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: “But Arfield gives you the option of playing 4-4-2 or 4-3-3.” And 4-3-3 isn't going to result in getting picked off at the Etihad!! 4-5-1 would be a consideration with a jobber like Arfield though even then, if he's Premier League quality I'm a Dingle. Stale boring football, flooding midfield, hanging on in there trying not to get relegated. Can't wait.[/p][/quote]Barry Foulds from Wilpshire, AKA TurfMoorTom, AnotherPounding4Burn ley, FakeVillaMTCabinet, BubblePopFC, KDG, and other such aliases, is nothing more than a jealous Blackburn Rovers fan who is utterly shameless in his desperation to find something to gloat about, even though he has long since lost every shred of dignity. This festering, malignant, crotch-sniffing, gender-confused degenerate will take any Burnley positive and attempt you put a negative spin on it, in this particular case the imbecile is trying to find fault with a player who was signed for free and proceeded to blow the Championship away with 8 goals from midfield, and one of the fittest, most energetic and consistent season-long performances seen at this level, therefore his comments are to be ridiculed as is his very existence. Burnley FC are in the Premier League. We pity you Barry.[/p][/quote]I thought for a moment you was talking about yourself super claret,you seem to be on the Rovers page more than on here,but then again you spill out a load of s**t then I knew it was you very big NH wolsty
  • Score: 0

2:36pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
LOL! Rovers are staying down forever!
NH 2014
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: LOL! Rovers are staying down forever![/p][/quote]NH 2014 Old age pensioner
  • Score: -2

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