Clarets chief Dyche lands new deal - and is excited by opening day Turf clash with Chelsea

Sean Dyche

Sean Dyche

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

BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche has signed a ‘new and improved’ contract at Turf Moor – and he is relishing the chance to pit his wits against Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea on the opening day of the season.

Dyche, assistant manager Ian Woan and first-team coach Tony Loughlan have all put pen to paper on new deals, a week after the Lancashire Telegraph revealed that the Clarets boss was close to committing his future to the club.

Dyche had a year left on his previous contract, although Burnley are remaining tight-lipped over the length of his new deal.

“We are very pleased to announce that we have agreed new and improved contracts with Sean Dyche and his staff,” co-chairmen John Banaszkiewicz and Mike Garlick said in a joint statement. “We thank them all for their hard work.”

The trio have incredibly guided the Clarets into the Premier League and it was announced yesterday morning that Burnley will host Chelsea in their first game back in the top flight.

The game is currently scheduled for Saturday, August 16, but could yet be switched for television.

Burnley then travel to Swansea City on August 23 before their second home game against Manchester United on August 30.

Dyche said: “It’s terrific. It’s a real welcome, with the big guns coming to Turf Moor straight away.

“It’s great for the team, great for the fans and great for the town actually.

“It is kind of welcome back to the Premier League, but in the best sense.

“We all want to see the best teams at Turf Moor. That’s what we have been striving to achieve really – to play against those big clubs, and straight away they’re here.”

Jay Rodriguez’s Southampton visit Burnley on December 13, while the Clarets’ last game of the season is at Aston Villa on May 24.

Dyche has been busy attempting to strengthen his squad ahead of the new campaign and is hopeful of developments before the start of pre-season in early July.

“There is lots of work going on behind the scenes and there are a couple of things that are beginning to warm up,” said the boss.

“It’s the usual thing. The summer is often quiet, apart from when you look at the real big deals, and a lot of the big money boys are putting deals together.

“The World Cup maybe gets in the way of some things – not so much for ourselves you understand, in a nicest possible sense.

“But there’s a few things going on and we’re hoping to get things speeded up over the next week to 10 days or so.”

In their joint statement, Banaszkiewicz and Garlick said: “We are working hard to identify the most suitable transfer targets to be assets for the club in the long term.

“We will continue to invest in the recruitment, sports science and scouting that has been so important to us over the years, to ensure we continue to build on this prolific pipeline of players into the future.

“We are in the process of upgrading facilities at Turf Moor as part of our Premier League obligations and also to deliver better facilities for the fans.

“Part of these plans include making the ground a more intimidating place for visitors, and we are working on ideas to help generate a big atmosphere and help give the team a boost.

“We are particularly pleased that the sales of season tickets have continued in good volume, with limited availability remaining.

“Part of the reason we did so well last season was being underestimated by the opposition.

“In many ways we would like that to continue.”

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9:50am Thu 19 Jun 14

Dublin Claret says...

Keep underestimating us, that's just the way we like it!
Keep underestimating us, that's just the way we like it! Dublin Claret
  • Score: 13

9:50am Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

"Jay Rodriguez’s Southampton visit Burnley on December 13, while the Clarets’ last game of the season is at Aston Villa on May 24. " You can safely substitute "ever in the Premier League" for the words "of the season".

“The World Cup maybe gets in the way of some things – not so much for ourselves you understand, in a nicest possible sense." There's ambition for you!!

"In their joint statement, Banaszkiewicz and Garlick said: “We are working hard to identify the most suitable transfer targets to be assets for the club in the long term." That'll be Championship plyers then.

“Part of these plans include making the ground a more intimidating place for visitors". More wooden seats.
"Jay Rodriguez’s Southampton visit Burnley on December 13, while the Clarets’ last game of the season is at Aston Villa on May 24. " You can safely substitute "ever in the Premier League" for the words "of the season". “The World Cup maybe gets in the way of some things – not so much for ourselves you understand, in a nicest possible sense." There's ambition for you!! "In their joint statement, Banaszkiewicz and Garlick said: “We are working hard to identify the most suitable transfer targets to be assets for the club in the long term." That'll be Championship plyers then. “Part of these plans include making the ground a more intimidating place for visitors". More wooden seats. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -32

9:56am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

It's a one-week rolling contract
It's a one-week rolling contract Rovers 1495
  • Score: -23

10:00am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

Rovers 1495 wrote:
It's a one-week rolling contract
And you're an endless ****-hole
[quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: It's a one-week rolling contract[/p][/quote]And you're an endless ****-hole Rob_H2O
  • Score: 18

10:02am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
"Jay Rodriguez’s Southampton visit Burnley on December 13, while the Clarets’ last game of the season is at Aston Villa on May 24. " You can safely substitute "ever in the Premier League" for the words "of the season".

“The World Cup maybe gets in the way of some things – not so much for ourselves you understand, in a nicest possible sense." There's ambition for you!!

"In their joint statement, Banaszkiewicz and Garlick said: “We are working hard to identify the most suitable transfer targets to be assets for the club in the long term." That'll be Championship plyers then.

“Part of these plans include making the ground a more intimidating place for visitors". More wooden seats.
So what? Is this best you and the committee inside your head can come up with as a put down? Well, don't give up the day job.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: "Jay Rodriguez’s Southampton visit Burnley on December 13, while the Clarets’ last game of the season is at Aston Villa on May 24. " You can safely substitute "ever in the Premier League" for the words "of the season". “The World Cup maybe gets in the way of some things – not so much for ourselves you understand, in a nicest possible sense." There's ambition for you!! "In their joint statement, Banaszkiewicz and Garlick said: “We are working hard to identify the most suitable transfer targets to be assets for the club in the long term." That'll be Championship plyers then. “Part of these plans include making the ground a more intimidating place for visitors". More wooden seats.[/p][/quote]So what? Is this best you and the committee inside your head can come up with as a put down? Well, don't give up the day job. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 19

10:04am Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Poor old TurfMoorTom, look at what he's having to resort to...

The seating materials!

You couldn't make it up.

I can feel his burning rage and hear his cries of anguish from down the M65, it's his worst nightmare. Poor old Tom.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, look at what he's having to resort to... The seating materials! You couldn't make it up. I can feel his burning rage and hear his cries of anguish from down the M65, it's his worst nightmare. Poor old Tom. Super Claret
  • Score: 21

10:14am Thu 19 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

He'll be excited playing Chelsea until the final whistle, this emotion will then be replaced with dejection,depression and probably a bit of vomiting.
He'll be excited playing Chelsea until the final whistle, this emotion will then be replaced with dejection,depression and probably a bit of vomiting. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -24

10:17am Thu 19 Jun 14

Claret72 says...

Does this inculde Mark Howard ..youd hope so after keeping everyone fit against all expectations last season ...The naysayers suggest it was luck , but we know different !
Does this inculde Mark Howard ..youd hope so after keeping everyone fit against all expectations last season ...The naysayers suggest it was luck , but we know different ! Claret72
  • Score: 13

10:20am Thu 19 Jun 14

Claret72 says...

or should that be neigh-sayers ?
or should that be neigh-sayers ? Claret72
  • Score: 13

10:33am Thu 19 Jun 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

All these pathetic Blackburn fans are not grasping the reality of the situation between us and them now.

Basically that whole rivalry with Rovers was so last season. We beat you, finished above you (again), moved on and left you behind.

Please, for your own sakes, stick to Blackpool and Bolton for now guys. It's always awkward when someone doesn't realise the relationship is over but it's time you found someone else. Man Utd are our main rivals now...
All these pathetic Blackburn fans are not grasping the reality of the situation between us and them now. Basically that whole rivalry with Rovers was so last season. We beat you, finished above you (again), moved on and left you behind. Please, for your own sakes, stick to Blackpool and Bolton for now guys. It's always awkward when someone doesn't realise the relationship is over but it's time you found someone else. Man Utd are our main rivals now... Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 17

10:35am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

Time to draw the poison out and press on.

We are a tiny club. We don't care.
We have a very small home crowd. We don't care.
Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care.
We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care.
We have utterly no money. We don't care.
The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care.
Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care.
Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care.
We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care.
We will be relegated. We don't care.

What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues.

If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff.

We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless.

You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League.

All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall.

In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over.

Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope.
Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.
Time to draw the poison out and press on. We are a tiny club. We don't care. We have a very small home crowd. We don't care. Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care. We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care. We have utterly no money. We don't care. The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care. Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care. Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care. We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care. We will be relegated. We don't care. What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues. If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff. We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless. You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League. All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall. In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over. Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope. Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 24

10:42am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovertheedge says...

How nice of the PL to ease Fabragas back into the league and give Costa a scoring debut.

Its going to be like the Eurovision song contest

VS Chelsea- Burnley nil points
Vs Swansea- Burnley nil points
VS Man Utd- Burnley nil points
Vs Palace- Burnley nil points
VS Sunderland- Burnley nil points
Vs West Brom- Burnley nil points

It may well take until 4th October to get your 1st poin of the season.

Douche will have squeaky bum time and you dingles will want him out!!!!!
How nice of the PL to ease Fabragas back into the league and give Costa a scoring debut. Its going to be like the Eurovision song contest VS Chelsea- Burnley nil points Vs Swansea- Burnley nil points VS Man Utd- Burnley nil points Vs Palace- Burnley nil points VS Sunderland- Burnley nil points Vs West Brom- Burnley nil points It may well take until 4th October to get your 1st poin of the season. Douche will have squeaky bum time and you dingles will want him out!!!!! Rovertheedge
  • Score: -22

10:52am Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
Time to draw the poison out and press on.

We are a tiny club. We don't care.
We have a very small home crowd. We don't care.
Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care.
We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care.
We have utterly no money. We don't care.
The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care.
Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care.
Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care.
We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care.
We will be relegated. We don't care.

What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues.

If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff.

We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless.

You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League.

All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall.

In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over.

Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope.
Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.
Many wise words for you their NobH20, particularly the admissions at the top. Just need to pick you up on the "lashed against the wall comment". Jack invested wisely and achieved his dream. We won the top honour with minimum investment and were self sufficient (to a degree) afterward as he'd wanted through shrewd directorship during which time we also won a major trophy. We were the blueprint of how a small town club survives in the Prem. You will not survive and the fall when it comes will be harder than our own. Future turmoil beckons........
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Time to draw the poison out and press on. We are a tiny club. We don't care. We have a very small home crowd. We don't care. Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care. We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care. We have utterly no money. We don't care. The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care. Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care. Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care. We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care. We will be relegated. We don't care. What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues. If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff. We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless. You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League. All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall. In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over. Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope. Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.[/p][/quote]Many wise words for you their NobH20, particularly the admissions at the top. Just need to pick you up on the "lashed against the wall comment". Jack invested wisely and achieved his dream. We won the top honour with minimum investment and were self sufficient (to a degree) afterward as he'd wanted through shrewd directorship during which time we also won a major trophy. We were the blueprint of how a small town club survives in the Prem. You will not survive and the fall when it comes will be harder than our own. Future turmoil beckons........ TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -26

10:55am Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Oh yes - and don't fool yourself that you "matter hugely". Once the Prem and Champions League places have been sorted by the big boys and you've been used as the canon fodder you are, you'll be spat out like the unwanted phlegm that you and your club is.
Oh yes - and don't fool yourself that you "matter hugely". Once the Prem and Champions League places have been sorted by the big boys and you've been used as the canon fodder you are, you'll be spat out like the unwanted phlegm that you and your club is. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -20

10:57am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Time to draw the poison out and press on.

We are a tiny club. We don't care.
We have a very small home crowd. We don't care.
Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care.
We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care.
We have utterly no money. We don't care.
The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care.
Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care.
Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care.
We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care.
We will be relegated. We don't care.

What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues.

If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff.

We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless.

You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League.

All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall.

In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over.

Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope.
Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.
Many wise words for you their NobH20, particularly the admissions at the top. Just need to pick you up on the "lashed against the wall comment". Jack invested wisely and achieved his dream. We won the top honour with minimum investment and were self sufficient (to a degree) afterward as he'd wanted through shrewd directorship during which time we also won a major trophy. We were the blueprint of how a small town club survives in the Prem. You will not survive and the fall when it comes will be harder than our own. Future turmoil beckons........
Who gives a toss.

We are Premier League. You are not.

Predict away, cupcake. You and all your pals tightly packed in your schizoid head can huff and puff all you like. Its all meaningless.

Oh,and that reminds me, LOSER
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Time to draw the poison out and press on. We are a tiny club. We don't care. We have a very small home crowd. We don't care. Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care. We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care. We have utterly no money. We don't care. The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care. Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care. Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care. We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care. We will be relegated. We don't care. What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues. If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff. We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless. You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League. All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall. In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over. Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope. Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.[/p][/quote]Many wise words for you their NobH20, particularly the admissions at the top. Just need to pick you up on the "lashed against the wall comment". Jack invested wisely and achieved his dream. We won the top honour with minimum investment and were self sufficient (to a degree) afterward as he'd wanted through shrewd directorship during which time we also won a major trophy. We were the blueprint of how a small town club survives in the Prem. You will not survive and the fall when it comes will be harder than our own. Future turmoil beckons........[/p][/quote]Who gives a toss. We are Premier League. You are not. Predict away, cupcake. You and all your pals tightly packed in your schizoid head can huff and puff all you like. Its all meaningless. Oh,and that reminds me, LOSER Rob_H2O
  • Score: 14

11:00am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh yes - and don't fool yourself that you "matter hugely". Once the Prem and Champions League places have been sorted by the big boys and you've been used as the canon fodder you are, you'll be spat out like the unwanted phlegm that you and your club is.
Who gives a toss. Bottom of the Conference with a crowd of 6 and a dog, We still matter more than Rovers. For ever and ever Amen.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh yes - and don't fool yourself that you "matter hugely". Once the Prem and Champions League places have been sorted by the big boys and you've been used as the canon fodder you are, you'll be spat out like the unwanted phlegm that you and your club is.[/p][/quote]Who gives a toss. Bottom of the Conference with a crowd of 6 and a dog, We still matter more than Rovers. For ever and ever Amen. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 6

11:05am Thu 19 Jun 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
How nice of the PL to ease Fabragas back into the league and give Costa a scoring debut.

Its going to be like the Eurovision song contest

VS Chelsea- Burnley nil points
Vs Swansea- Burnley nil points
VS Man Utd- Burnley nil points
Vs Palace- Burnley nil points
VS Sunderland- Burnley nil points
Vs West Brom- Burnley nil points

It may well take until 4th October to get your 1st poin of the season.

Douche will have squeaky bum time and you dingles will want him out!!!!!
And yet your manager is on this site talking about your 'difficult start' when you have the might of Norwich, Cardiff, Wigan and those world beaters Bournemouth to play.


Ha ha ha ha got to feel sorry for you pathetic Second Division rubbish clubs with your minuscule budgets and your crappy teams and half empty stadiums contemplating your next big game against Rotherham or Charlton.

It's easy to understand why you are flagellating yourselves with jealousy and crying yourselves to sleep in your Shadsworth hovels over the prospect of Burnley playing Chelsea etc.

Poor old Blackburn.
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: How nice of the PL to ease Fabragas back into the league and give Costa a scoring debut. Its going to be like the Eurovision song contest VS Chelsea- Burnley nil points Vs Swansea- Burnley nil points VS Man Utd- Burnley nil points Vs Palace- Burnley nil points VS Sunderland- Burnley nil points Vs West Brom- Burnley nil points It may well take until 4th October to get your 1st poin of the season. Douche will have squeaky bum time and you dingles will want him out!!!!![/p][/quote]And yet your manager is on this site talking about your 'difficult start' when you have the might of Norwich, Cardiff, Wigan and those world beaters Bournemouth to play. Ha ha ha ha got to feel sorry for you pathetic Second Division rubbish clubs with your minuscule budgets and your crappy teams and half empty stadiums contemplating your next big game against Rotherham or Charlton. It's easy to understand why you are flagellating yourselves with jealousy and crying yourselves to sleep in your Shadsworth hovels over the prospect of Burnley playing Chelsea etc. Poor old Blackburn. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 9

11:18am Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Congratulations to TurfMoorTom.

He is now the world record holder for continuous number of days crying.

Tom has been sobbing incessantly since the 9th of March 2014, morning, noon, and night. He's hasn't slept in months and spends his nights howling at the moon.

Each and every inaccurate and hate-filled post only serves to highlight that his mental state is deteriorating rapidly. His public unravelling on these message boards is truly pitiful.

TurfMoorTom, accept the facts...

WE BEAT YOU. YOU LOST YOUR 34 YEAR COMFORT BLANKET.
WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE. YOU ARE SECOND DIVISION.
WE ARE RICH. YOU ARE IN FINANCIAL MELTDOWN.
WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEW SEASON. YOU ARE FACING A TRANSFER BAN AND THE SALE OF YOUR KEY PLAYERS.

But more than all of that, just know that each and every time you comment shows us just how hurt and emotionally fragile you are.

We have done this to you. Burnley FC.
Congratulations to TurfMoorTom. He is now the world record holder for continuous number of days crying. Tom has been sobbing incessantly since the 9th of March 2014, morning, noon, and night. He's hasn't slept in months and spends his nights howling at the moon. Each and every inaccurate and hate-filled post only serves to highlight that his mental state is deteriorating rapidly. His public unravelling on these message boards is truly pitiful. TurfMoorTom, accept the facts... WE BEAT YOU. YOU LOST YOUR 34 YEAR COMFORT BLANKET. WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE. YOU ARE SECOND DIVISION. WE ARE RICH. YOU ARE IN FINANCIAL MELTDOWN. WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEW SEASON. YOU ARE FACING A TRANSFER BAN AND THE SALE OF YOUR KEY PLAYERS. But more than all of that, just know that each and every time you comment shows us just how hurt and emotionally fragile you are. We have done this to you. Burnley FC. Super Claret
  • Score: 6

11:19am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

Super Claret wrote:
Poor old TurfMoorTom, look at what he's having to resort to...

The seating materials!

You couldn't make it up.

I can feel his burning rage and hear his cries of anguish from down the M65, it's his worst nightmare. Poor old Tom.
If you couldn't make it up, that means it must be true
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Poor old TurfMoorTom, look at what he's having to resort to... The seating materials! You couldn't make it up. I can feel his burning rage and hear his cries of anguish from down the M65, it's his worst nightmare. Poor old Tom.[/p][/quote]If you couldn't make it up, that means it must be true Rovers 1495
  • Score: -4

11:34am Thu 19 Jun 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Rovers 1495 wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
Poor old TurfMoorTom, look at what he's having to resort to...

The seating materials!

You couldn't make it up.

I can feel his burning rage and hear his cries of anguish from down the M65, it's his worst nightmare. Poor old Tom.
If you couldn't make it up, that means it must be true
Wow - are you the clever one?
[quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Poor old TurfMoorTom, look at what he's having to resort to... The seating materials! You couldn't make it up. I can feel his burning rage and hear his cries of anguish from down the M65, it's his worst nightmare. Poor old Tom.[/p][/quote]If you couldn't make it up, that means it must be true[/p][/quote]Wow - are you the clever one? Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 3

11:37am Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

"If you couldn't make it up, that means it must be true"

It's actually a phrase highlighting that a particular situation although seemingly ridiculous and far fetched is actually true, hence... you couldn't make it up!

You're comment highlights your lack of education. Do try to keep up no-dad.
"If you couldn't make it up, that means it must be true" It's actually a phrase highlighting that a particular situation although seemingly ridiculous and far fetched is actually true, hence... you couldn't make it up! You're comment highlights your lack of education. Do try to keep up no-dad. Super Claret
  • Score: 2

11:39am Thu 19 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

If this level of Blackburn hysterical overreacting runs on into August there's a real risk the gates at Ewood will fall even further as more and more of their fans forget they actually have a hone game and tune into 5 live hoping to celebrate all the goals, freeckicks and offsides against us. Schools will close for three days if we lose away, all week if we lose at home. The birth rate will rocket following a nil nil as the now Burnley obsessed town all fornicate on the back of two points dropped. Trains and buses will be diverted so obsessed gurning Rovers fans can shake their scraggy fists and spit in the general direction of the Turf. Yes, we have a new phenomenon, thousands of new followers hanging on every word, every still photograph, pausing their TV at the exact moment we concede and writhing excitedly on their lino floors. Strange days in Blackburn great days in Burnley.
If this level of Blackburn hysterical overreacting runs on into August there's a real risk the gates at Ewood will fall even further as more and more of their fans forget they actually have a hone game and tune into 5 live hoping to celebrate all the goals, freeckicks and offsides against us. Schools will close for three days if we lose away, all week if we lose at home. The birth rate will rocket following a nil nil as the now Burnley obsessed town all fornicate on the back of two points dropped. Trains and buses will be diverted so obsessed gurning Rovers fans can shake their scraggy fists and spit in the general direction of the Turf. Yes, we have a new phenomenon, thousands of new followers hanging on every word, every still photograph, pausing their TV at the exact moment we concede and writhing excitedly on their lino floors. Strange days in Blackburn great days in Burnley. Claretcert
  • Score: 6

11:52am Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

You have to feel for these no-dad's. Some of them have only known football since 1995 when their "major rival" was Manchester United (LOL) and they played in Europe (LOL!)

But just look at what's happened to them since 1995... You couldn't have predicted such a humiliating and shambolic fall from grace for Blackburn Rovers.

Jack Walkers pride and joy flogged to Indian chicken farmers!

Relegated TWICE!

Beaten at home by BURNLEY!

Facing financial meltdown, a transfer embargo, and a further relegation to League One.

YOU COULDN'T MAKE IT UP!
You have to feel for these no-dad's. Some of them have only known football since 1995 when their "major rival" was Manchester United (LOL) and they played in Europe (LOL!) But just look at what's happened to them since 1995... You couldn't have predicted such a humiliating and shambolic fall from grace for Blackburn Rovers. Jack Walkers pride and joy flogged to Indian chicken farmers! Relegated TWICE! Beaten at home by BURNLEY! Facing financial meltdown, a transfer embargo, and a further relegation to League One. YOU COULDN'T MAKE IT UP! Super Claret
  • Score: 4

11:52am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

We are Premier League. Great manager great ethic grey team. Cant wait!
Come on you Clarets.
We are Premier League. Great manager great ethic grey team. Cant wait! Come on you Clarets. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 3

11:54am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
We are Premier League. Great manager great ethic grey team. Cant wait!
Come on you Clarets.
That was great team by the way! Bloody predictive text. I'll take "grey" if it helps stay up!
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: We are Premier League. Great manager great ethic grey team. Cant wait! Come on you Clarets.[/p][/quote]That was great team by the way! Bloody predictive text. I'll take "grey" if it helps stay up! Rob_H2O
  • Score: 4

11:56am Thu 19 Jun 14

SteppBladder says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
Time to draw the poison out and press on.

We are a tiny club. We don't care.
We have a very small home crowd. We don't care.
Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care.
We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care.
We have utterly no money. We don't care.
The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care.
Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care.
Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care.
We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care.
We will be relegated. We don't care.

What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues.

If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff.

We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless.

You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League.

All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall.

In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over.

Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope.
Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.
Rob - you're all over the Rovers pages so don't pretend you’re not obsessed. You even talk about Rovers in all your posts on here! I'm sure real Burnley fans must be just as fed up with you, Super Claret and the rest as we are.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Time to draw the poison out and press on. We are a tiny club. We don't care. We have a very small home crowd. We don't care. Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care. We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care. We have utterly no money. We don't care. The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care. Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care. Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care. We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care. We will be relegated. We don't care. What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues. If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff. We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless. You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League. All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall. In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over. Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope. Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.[/p][/quote]Rob - you're all over the Rovers pages so don't pretend you’re not obsessed. You even talk about Rovers in all your posts on here! I'm sure real Burnley fans must be just as fed up with you, Super Claret and the rest as we are. SteppBladder
  • Score: -5

12:00pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

SteppBladder wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Time to draw the poison out and press on.

We are a tiny club. We don't care.
We have a very small home crowd. We don't care.
Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care.
We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care.
We have utterly no money. We don't care.
The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care.
Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care.
Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care.
We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care.
We will be relegated. We don't care.

What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues.

If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff.

We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless.

You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League.

All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall.

In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over.

Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope.
Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.
Rob - you're all over the Rovers pages so don't pretend you’re not obsessed. You even talk about Rovers in all your posts on here! I'm sure real Burnley fans must be just as fed up with you, Super Claret and the rest as we are.
Been on the Rovers pages 5 times in for months. Two posts were a sensible interaction with a couple of sensible guys.

If you look on here you'll see that 65% of the posting are Rovers' trolls having a pop. I get stuck into them.

In the spirit of all this what the hell are you doing on here telling me what to do. Go and find some money for the next junky cash injection. Keep your nose out. Knob.
[quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Time to draw the poison out and press on. We are a tiny club. We don't care. We have a very small home crowd. We don't care. Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care. We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care. We have utterly no money. We don't care. The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care. Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care. Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care. We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care. We will be relegated. We don't care. What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues. If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff. We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless. You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League. All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall. In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over. Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope. Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.[/p][/quote]Rob - you're all over the Rovers pages so don't pretend you’re not obsessed. You even talk about Rovers in all your posts on here! I'm sure real Burnley fans must be just as fed up with you, Super Claret and the rest as we are.[/p][/quote]Been on the Rovers pages 5 times in for months. Two posts were a sensible interaction with a couple of sensible guys. If you look on here you'll see that 65% of the posting are Rovers' trolls having a pop. I get stuck into them. In the spirit of all this what the hell are you doing on here telling me what to do. Go and find some money for the next junky cash injection. Keep your nose out. Knob. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 4

12:01pm Thu 19 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
"Jay Rodriguez’s Southampton visit Burnley on December 13, while the Clarets’ last game of the season is at Aston Villa on May 24. " You can safely substitute "ever in the Premier League" for the words "of the season".

“The World Cup maybe gets in the way of some things – not so much for ourselves you understand, in a nicest possible sense." There's ambition for you!!

"In their joint statement, Banaszkiewicz and Garlick said: “We are working hard to identify the most suitable transfer targets to be assets for the club in the long term." That'll be Championship plyers then.

“Part of these plans include making the ground a more intimidating place for visitors". More wooden seats.
Heard the Riverside’s sinking (like the team will) is it true?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: "Jay Rodriguez’s Southampton visit Burnley on December 13, while the Clarets’ last game of the season is at Aston Villa on May 24. " You can safely substitute "ever in the Premier League" for the words "of the season". “The World Cup maybe gets in the way of some things – not so much for ourselves you understand, in a nicest possible sense." There's ambition for you!! "In their joint statement, Banaszkiewicz and Garlick said: “We are working hard to identify the most suitable transfer targets to be assets for the club in the long term." That'll be Championship plyers then. “Part of these plans include making the ground a more intimidating place for visitors". More wooden seats.[/p][/quote]Heard the Riverside’s sinking (like the team will) is it true? tall in the saddle
  • Score: 1

12:09pm Thu 19 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
Time to draw the poison out and press on.

We are a tiny club. We don't care.
We have a very small home crowd. We don't care.
Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care.
We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care.
We have utterly no money. We don't care.
The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care.
Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care.
Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care.
We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care.
We will be relegated. We don't care.

What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues.

If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff.

We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless.

You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League.

All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall.

In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over.

Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope.
Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.
Here, here. Well written Rob. Multi moniker will be slavering on is dirty mattress at the news about SD and the ground upgrade. Not to mention the team and supporters we have. Really in fact Rovers don’t count anymore. They are non-entities to us now. We have to look at our rivals in Manchester and Liverpool now. Hope Costa plays like he did last night at the Turf. He’ll be well Shackelled and Duffed.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Time to draw the poison out and press on. We are a tiny club. We don't care. We have a very small home crowd. We don't care. Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care. We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care. We have utterly no money. We don't care. The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care. Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care. Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care. We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care. We will be relegated. We don't care. What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues. If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff. We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless. You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League. All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall. In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over. Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope. Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.[/p][/quote]Here, here. Well written Rob. Multi moniker will be slavering on is dirty mattress at the news about SD and the ground upgrade. Not to mention the team and supporters we have. Really in fact Rovers don’t count anymore. They are non-entities to us now. We have to look at our rivals in Manchester and Liverpool now. Hope Costa plays like he did last night at the Turf. He’ll be well Shackelled and Duffed. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 4

12:11pm Thu 19 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
How nice of the PL to ease Fabragas back into the league and give Costa a scoring debut.

Its going to be like the Eurovision song contest

VS Chelsea- Burnley nil points
Vs Swansea- Burnley nil points
VS Man Utd- Burnley nil points
Vs Palace- Burnley nil points
VS Sunderland- Burnley nil points
Vs West Brom- Burnley nil points

It may well take until 4th October to get your 1st poin of the season.

Douche will have squeaky bum time and you dingles will want him out!!!!!
Remind me who your team is? Ah is it the non-entities with the sinking stands? Thought so. Go and bother a horse eh
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: How nice of the PL to ease Fabragas back into the league and give Costa a scoring debut. Its going to be like the Eurovision song contest VS Chelsea- Burnley nil points Vs Swansea- Burnley nil points VS Man Utd- Burnley nil points Vs Palace- Burnley nil points VS Sunderland- Burnley nil points Vs West Brom- Burnley nil points It may well take until 4th October to get your 1st poin of the season. Douche will have squeaky bum time and you dingles will want him out!!!!![/p][/quote]Remind me who your team is? Ah is it the non-entities with the sinking stands? Thought so. Go and bother a horse eh tall in the saddle
  • Score: 3

12:23pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
SteppBladder wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Time to draw the poison out and press on.

We are a tiny club. We don't care.
We have a very small home crowd. We don't care.
Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care.
We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care.
We have utterly no money. We don't care.
The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care.
Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care.
Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care.
We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care.
We will be relegated. We don't care.

What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues.

If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff.

We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless.

You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League.

All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall.

In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over.

Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope.
Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.
Rob - you're all over the Rovers pages so don't pretend you’re not obsessed. You even talk about Rovers in all your posts on here! I'm sure real Burnley fans must be just as fed up with you, Super Claret and the rest as we are.
Been on the Rovers pages 5 times in for months. Two posts were a sensible interaction with a couple of sensible guys.

If you look on here you'll see that 65% of the posting are Rovers' trolls having a pop. I get stuck into them.

In the spirit of all this what the hell are you doing on here telling me what to do. Go and find some money for the next junky cash injection. Keep your nose out. Knob.
You don't get 'stuck in ot them', you embarass yourself and 6-fingered brethren y references to fantasy figures you nerd.

Super Claret, you're oh so wrong on all counts. The days of Garner and Sellars et al where I came in were great times for me and I'm not particularly disenchanted with being competitive in the Championship which is the equivalent. Winning the top honour in the interlude with minimum investment was a blessing and as it's something that will never be repeated by any small town club something to be treasured but no bother to have passed, the Premier League being what it now is. So I don't weep, I just watch you nervously looking over your shoulder while the certain car crash awaits you and I look forward to the season. Bring it on.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Time to draw the poison out and press on. We are a tiny club. We don't care. We have a very small home crowd. We don't care. Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care. We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care. We have utterly no money. We don't care. The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care. Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care. Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care. We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care. We will be relegated. We don't care. What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues. If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff. We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless. You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League. All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall. In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over. Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope. Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.[/p][/quote]Rob - you're all over the Rovers pages so don't pretend you’re not obsessed. You even talk about Rovers in all your posts on here! I'm sure real Burnley fans must be just as fed up with you, Super Claret and the rest as we are.[/p][/quote]Been on the Rovers pages 5 times in for months. Two posts were a sensible interaction with a couple of sensible guys. If you look on here you'll see that 65% of the posting are Rovers' trolls having a pop. I get stuck into them. In the spirit of all this what the hell are you doing on here telling me what to do. Go and find some money for the next junky cash injection. Keep your nose out. Knob.[/p][/quote]You don't get 'stuck in ot them', you embarass yourself and 6-fingered brethren y references to fantasy figures you nerd. Super Claret, you're oh so wrong on all counts. The days of Garner and Sellars et al where I came in were great times for me and I'm not particularly disenchanted with being competitive in the Championship which is the equivalent. Winning the top honour in the interlude with minimum investment was a blessing and as it's something that will never be repeated by any small town club something to be treasured but no bother to have passed, the Premier League being what it now is. So I don't weep, I just watch you nervously looking over your shoulder while the certain car crash awaits you and I look forward to the season. Bring it on. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -5

12:31pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

'Dyche had a year left on his previous contract, although Burnley are remaining tight-lipped over the length of his new deal'
in other words BFC fans will be singing JUDA AAAS ,JUDA AAAS JUDA AAAS again by xmas when he ferks off , just like ur last 'one season' trip to the prem
'Dyche had a year left on his previous contract, although Burnley are remaining tight-lipped over the length of his new deal' in other words BFC fans will be singing JUDA AAAS ,JUDA AAAS JUDA AAAS again by xmas when he ferks off , just like ur last 'one season' trip to the prem Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -6

12:33pm Thu 19 Jun 14

ossydingle says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Time to draw the poison out and press on.

We are a tiny club. We don't care.
We have a very small home crowd. We don't care.
Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care.
We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care.
We have utterly no money. We don't care.
The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care.
Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care.
Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care.
We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care.
We will be relegated. We don't care.

What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues.

If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff.

We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless.

You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League.

All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall.

In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over.

Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope.
Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.
Many wise words for you their NobH20, particularly the admissions at the top. Just need to pick you up on the "lashed against the wall comment". Jack invested wisely and achieved his dream. We won the top honour with minimum investment and were self sufficient (to a degree) afterward as he'd wanted through shrewd directorship during which time we also won a major trophy. We were the blueprint of how a small town club survives in the Prem. You will not survive and the fall when it comes will be harder than our own. Future turmoil beckons........
Minimum investment, well really shows your lack off Knowledge about Jack and your Club. He spent a record amount on players and wages ever seen, also payed the highest signing on bonus ever £1,000,000 payed over 2 seasons to yes Mr Shearer. Credit where its due an amazing man but common knowledge he bought the Title. You find these facts by doing a little research around published accounts.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Time to draw the poison out and press on. We are a tiny club. We don't care. We have a very small home crowd. We don't care. Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care. We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care. We have utterly no money. We don't care. The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care. Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care. Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care. We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care. We will be relegated. We don't care. What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues. If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff. We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless. You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League. All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall. In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over. Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope. Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.[/p][/quote]Many wise words for you their NobH20, particularly the admissions at the top. Just need to pick you up on the "lashed against the wall comment". Jack invested wisely and achieved his dream. We won the top honour with minimum investment and were self sufficient (to a degree) afterward as he'd wanted through shrewd directorship during which time we also won a major trophy. We were the blueprint of how a small town club survives in the Prem. You will not survive and the fall when it comes will be harder than our own. Future turmoil beckons........[/p][/quote]Minimum investment, well really shows your lack off Knowledge about Jack and your Club. He spent a record amount on players and wages ever seen, also payed the highest signing on bonus ever £1,000,000 payed over 2 seasons to yes Mr Shearer. Credit where its due an amazing man but common knowledge he bought the Title. You find these facts by doing a little research around published accounts. ossydingle
  • Score: -4

12:34pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovertheedge says...

Its going to be a great season- dingles flying high with wins at old Trafford, Etihad, emerates and Stamford bridge this season.

Then playing Barcelona, Real Madrid etc in the champions league next season, WOW

these dingle blinkers are awsome
Its going to be a great season- dingles flying high with wins at old Trafford, Etihad, emerates and Stamford bridge this season. Then playing Barcelona, Real Madrid etc in the champions league next season, WOW these dingle blinkers are awsome Rovertheedge
  • Score: -5

12:34pm Thu 19 Jun 14

ChickinLickin says...

I love it : "a week after the Lancashire Telegraph revealed that the Clarets boss was close to committing his future to the club."

Er a week after saying he was off to WEST BROM!

Any real exclusives?!!!
I love it : "a week after the Lancashire Telegraph revealed that the Clarets boss was close to committing his future to the club." Er a week after saying he was off to WEST BROM! Any real exclusives?!!! ChickinLickin
  • Score: 2

12:37pm Thu 19 Jun 14

ChickinLickin says...

Also anyone else notice the six fingered idiots from Deadwood seem increasingly exercised by our PREMIERSHIP campaign?!!!

It hurts doesn't it you dimwits. Little 'ol Blackburn. Plucky. You and the lashers. Enjoy Brentford away.
Also anyone else notice the six fingered idiots from Deadwood seem increasingly exercised by our PREMIERSHIP campaign?!!! It hurts doesn't it you dimwits. Little 'ol Blackburn. Plucky. You and the lashers. Enjoy Brentford away. ChickinLickin
  • Score: 3

12:42pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

ossydingle wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Time to draw the poison out and press on.

We are a tiny club. We don't care.
We have a very small home crowd. We don't care.
Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care.
We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care.
We have utterly no money. We don't care.
The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care.
Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care.
Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care.
We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care.
We will be relegated. We don't care.

What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues.

If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff.

We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless.

You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League.

All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall.

In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over.

Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope.
Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.
Many wise words for you their NobH20, particularly the admissions at the top. Just need to pick you up on the "lashed against the wall comment". Jack invested wisely and achieved his dream. We won the top honour with minimum investment and were self sufficient (to a degree) afterward as he'd wanted through shrewd directorship during which time we also won a major trophy. We were the blueprint of how a small town club survives in the Prem. You will not survive and the fall when it comes will be harder than our own. Future turmoil beckons........
Minimum investment, well really shows your lack off Knowledge about Jack and your Club. He spent a record amount on players and wages ever seen, also payed the highest signing on bonus ever £1,000,000 payed over 2 seasons to yes Mr Shearer. Credit where its due an amazing man but common knowledge he bought the Title. You find these facts by doing a little research around published accounts.
Of course it was a record amount you c0ck womble. The same season it probably was for Man Utd too in any case.

You fail to appreciate that the £1000000 was then multiplied 15 times when he was sold on. You have to speculate to accumulate and we accumulated with the minimum investment required while the only speculation going on about your embarrassment of a club was whether you'd fall back toward the @rse end of the league. You will, this isn't a prediction, it's just a matter of time.

Tick tock. Future turmoil beckons.....
[quote][p][bold]ossydingle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Time to draw the poison out and press on. We are a tiny club. We don't care. We have a very small home crowd. We don't care. Two sides of our ground are rubbish tips. We don't care. We have wooden seats (apparently a crime). We don't care. We have utterly no money. We don't care. The promotion pot is not £120m its 120p. We don't care. Dyche is leaving. Ings is leaving. Everyone is leaving. We don't care. Nobody will join our club. Anyone who does is crap. We don't care. We are a bunch of six fingered fiddlers who are unwashed. We don't care. We will be relegated. We don't care. What we do have is this. We are supporters of a club that is more a centre of its own community than probably any other. We have a moral sense as an institution. Our successes over the years have been born of effort against the odds. We have never damaged the fabric of the game or the clubs who share membership with us in the leagues. If Rovers were on the verge their 25th European Cup and had home gates of 100,000 I for one couldn't give a flying stuff. We matter hugely. Rovers don't. Your endless collective arrogance and your sense of endless entitlement, renders all your opinions utterly worthless. You have a billionaire owner. We have three shillings and a banana. Yet you flounder in the Championship. We are Premier League. All that cash you had injected in the last two decades, all lashed against the wall. In the end if you have to be propped up with unearned glory hunting cash, you will, in the end, fall over. Burnley FC. Always full of heart and hope. Blackburn Rovers FC. Always seeking, and then running out of, someone else's money.[/p][/quote]Many wise words for you their NobH20, particularly the admissions at the top. Just need to pick you up on the "lashed against the wall comment". Jack invested wisely and achieved his dream. We won the top honour with minimum investment and were self sufficient (to a degree) afterward as he'd wanted through shrewd directorship during which time we also won a major trophy. We were the blueprint of how a small town club survives in the Prem. You will not survive and the fall when it comes will be harder than our own. Future turmoil beckons........[/p][/quote]Minimum investment, well really shows your lack off Knowledge about Jack and your Club. He spent a record amount on players and wages ever seen, also payed the highest signing on bonus ever £1,000,000 payed over 2 seasons to yes Mr Shearer. Credit where its due an amazing man but common knowledge he bought the Title. You find these facts by doing a little research around published accounts.[/p][/quote]Of course it was a record amount you c0ck womble. The same season it probably was for Man Utd too in any case. You fail to appreciate that the £1000000 was then multiplied 15 times when he was sold on. You have to speculate to accumulate and we accumulated with the minimum investment required while the only speculation going on about your embarrassment of a club was whether you'd fall back toward the @rse end of the league. You will, this isn't a prediction, it's just a matter of time. Tick tock. Future turmoil beckons..... TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -8

12:46pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

One prediction I will make. Within the next 18 months Dyche will utter these words:

"I'd like to think I've left the club in a stronger position than when I arrived".
One prediction I will make. Within the next 18 months Dyche will utter these words: "I'd like to think I've left the club in a stronger position than when I arrived". TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -6

1:00pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
One prediction I will make. Within the next 18 months Dyche will utter these words:

"I'd like to think I've left the club in a stronger position than when I arrived".
I totally agree , well said from the only sensible burnley lad on here, but, 18months ?? 18 weeks i reckon
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: One prediction I will make. Within the next 18 months Dyche will utter these words: "I'd like to think I've left the club in a stronger position than when I arrived".[/p][/quote]I totally agree , well said from the only sensible burnley lad on here, but, 18months ?? 18 weeks i reckon Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -6

1:02pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

"...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..."

Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of!

Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates!
"...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..." Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of! Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates! Super Claret
  • Score: 5

1:05pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

its great to see al these cackling Burnley scruffs thinking theyve won the world cup, standards are so low oar at tuf moor..
its great to see al these cackling Burnley scruffs thinking theyve won the world cup, standards are so low oar at tuf moor.. Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -5

1:18pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

"The Premier League fixture list came out Wednesday morning and although Chelsea will be playing the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool very early on in the season, we’re likely to find out a lot about this Chelsea team in their two opening games.

Burnley away and Leicester City home. Two newly-promoted sides. Surely six points in the bag? Well no, nothing in the world of football is ever guaranteed. You only have to look at some of Chelsea’s performances and results against some of the lesser teams in the Premier League this season to know that.

The Blues track record against the top dogs in the league was excellent. They took a staggering 27 points out 36 against Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham and Manchester United yet the club still finished in third place. What cost them from finishing any higher was their performances against the likes of Stoke City, West Ham, Aston Villa, Sunderland and Norwich.

What did these teams all have in common? They were very well organised and solid at the back and that is something Chelsea will potentially have to prepare for in their two opening fixtures against Burnley and Leicester."
"The Premier League fixture list came out Wednesday morning and although Chelsea will be playing the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool very early on in the season, we’re likely to find out a lot about this Chelsea team in their two opening games. Burnley away and Leicester City home. Two newly-promoted sides. Surely six points in the bag? Well no, nothing in the world of football is ever guaranteed. You only have to look at some of Chelsea’s performances and results against some of the lesser teams in the Premier League this season to know that. The Blues track record against the top dogs in the league was excellent. They took a staggering 27 points out 36 against Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham and Manchester United yet the club still finished in third place. What cost them from finishing any higher was their performances against the likes of Stoke City, West Ham, Aston Villa, Sunderland and Norwich. What did these teams all have in common? They were very well organised and solid at the back and that is something Chelsea will potentially have to prepare for in their two opening fixtures against Burnley and Leicester." Super Claret
  • Score: 2

1:25pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
One prediction I will make. Within the next 18 months Dyche will utter these words:

"I'd like to think I've left the club in a stronger position than when I arrived".
I totally agree , well said from the only sensible burnley lad on here, but, 18months ?? 18 weeks i reckon
Quote from Sean Douche, 14.03.2015 post-match after being thumped at Turd Moor by Man City

Yes, I'm setting us a target of 27 points from the last nine games in order to be relatively sure of safety, assuming, of course that the others around us lose their next 9.
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: One prediction I will make. Within the next 18 months Dyche will utter these words: "I'd like to think I've left the club in a stronger position than when I arrived".[/p][/quote]I totally agree , well said from the only sensible burnley lad on here, but, 18months ?? 18 weeks i reckon[/p][/quote]Quote from Sean Douche, 14.03.2015 post-match after being thumped at Turd Moor by Man City Yes, I'm setting us a target of 27 points from the last nine games in order to be relatively sure of safety, assuming, of course that the others around us lose their next 9. Rovers 1495
  • Score: -4

1:37pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

LOL again at the no-dad's, pure unadulterated desperation now that we are in the Premier League..

Keep looking up you inbred horse whispering reprobates.
LOL again at the no-dad's, pure unadulterated desperation now that we are in the Premier League.. Keep looking up you inbred horse whispering reprobates. Super Claret
  • Score: 2

1:40pm Thu 19 Jun 14

McClaret says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
Its going to be a great season- dingles flying high with wins at old Trafford, Etihad, emerates and Stamford bridge this season.

Then playing Barcelona, Real Madrid etc in the champions league next season, WOW

these dingle blinkers are awsome
Nowhere near as awesome as the pain it is causing rovers fans that Burnley are laughing at them. It's been a long time coming and it's mighty fine now it is our turn. Go and squirm bitter blue, the hurt could get a lot worse yet.
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Its going to be a great season- dingles flying high with wins at old Trafford, Etihad, emerates and Stamford bridge this season. Then playing Barcelona, Real Madrid etc in the champions league next season, WOW these dingle blinkers are awsome[/p][/quote]Nowhere near as awesome as the pain it is causing rovers fans that Burnley are laughing at them. It's been a long time coming and it's mighty fine now it is our turn. Go and squirm bitter blue, the hurt could get a lot worse yet. McClaret
  • Score: 2

1:42pm Thu 19 Jun 14

McClaret says...

Re the article, great news and expecting to see Ingsy follow suit.
Re the article, great news and expecting to see Ingsy follow suit. McClaret
  • Score: 2

1:45pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Super Claret wrote:
"...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..."

Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of!

Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates!
Do you understand the difference between past tense and future tense in the English language moron? "Something that will never be repeated" implies that some event must occur in the future. If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write, you'll only embarrass yourself.

If I was jealous of you, I'd be jealous watching a tramp go to a ball for the well healed. Unfortunately I only have pitty for the tramp for he's from the gutter, will be ridiculed on his special day and at the end of the day he will have to return to the gutter. I'm a compationate type you see.

Future turmoil beckons...
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: "...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..." Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of! Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates![/p][/quote]Do you understand the difference between past tense and future tense in the English language moron? "Something that will never be repeated" implies that some event must occur in the future. If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write, you'll only embarrass yourself. If I was jealous of you, I'd be jealous watching a tramp go to a ball for the well healed. Unfortunately I only have pitty for the tramp for he's from the gutter, will be ridiculed on his special day and at the end of the day he will have to return to the gutter. I'm a compationate type you see. Future turmoil beckons... TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -5

1:48pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Super Claret wrote:
"The Premier League fixture list came out Wednesday morning and although Chelsea will be playing the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool very early on in the season, we’re likely to find out a lot about this Chelsea team in their two opening games.

Burnley away and Leicester City home. Two newly-promoted sides. Surely six points in the bag? Well no, nothing in the world of football is ever guaranteed. You only have to look at some of Chelsea’s performances and results against some of the lesser teams in the Premier League this season to know that.

The Blues track record against the top dogs in the league was excellent. They took a staggering 27 points out 36 against Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham and Manchester United yet the club still finished in third place. What cost them from finishing any higher was their performances against the likes of Stoke City, West Ham, Aston Villa, Sunderland and Norwich.

What did these teams all have in common? They were very well organised and solid at the back and that is something Chelsea will potentially have to prepare for in their two opening fixtures against Burnley and Leicester."
You'd think Mourinho would have them fired up from the off ten this season wouldn't you. Good luck!!
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: "The Premier League fixture list came out Wednesday morning and although Chelsea will be playing the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool very early on in the season, we’re likely to find out a lot about this Chelsea team in their two opening games. Burnley away and Leicester City home. Two newly-promoted sides. Surely six points in the bag? Well no, nothing in the world of football is ever guaranteed. You only have to look at some of Chelsea’s performances and results against some of the lesser teams in the Premier League this season to know that. The Blues track record against the top dogs in the league was excellent. They took a staggering 27 points out 36 against Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham and Manchester United yet the club still finished in third place. What cost them from finishing any higher was their performances against the likes of Stoke City, West Ham, Aston Villa, Sunderland and Norwich. What did these teams all have in common? They were very well organised and solid at the back and that is something Chelsea will potentially have to prepare for in their two opening fixtures against Burnley and Leicester."[/p][/quote]You'd think Mourinho would have them fired up from the off ten this season wouldn't you. Good luck!! TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -4

2:17pm Thu 19 Jun 14

kfc yummy says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
"...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..."

Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of!

Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates!
Do you understand the difference between past tense and future tense in the English language moron? "Something that will never be repeated" implies that some event must occur in the future. If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write, you'll only embarrass yourself.

If I was jealous of you, I'd be jealous watching a tramp go to a ball for the well healed. Unfortunately I only have pitty for the tramp for he's from the gutter, will be ridiculed on his special day and at the end of the day he will have to return to the gutter. I'm a compationate type you see.

Future turmoil beckons...
So you have command of the English language, spell compassion then.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: "...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..." Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of! Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates![/p][/quote]Do you understand the difference between past tense and future tense in the English language moron? "Something that will never be repeated" implies that some event must occur in the future. If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write, you'll only embarrass yourself. If I was jealous of you, I'd be jealous watching a tramp go to a ball for the well healed. Unfortunately I only have pitty for the tramp for he's from the gutter, will be ridiculed on his special day and at the end of the day he will have to return to the gutter. I'm a compationate type you see. Future turmoil beckons...[/p][/quote]So you have command of the English language, spell compassion then. kfc yummy
  • Score: 4

2:19pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
"...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..."

Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of!

Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates!
Do you understand the difference between past tense and future tense in the English language moron? "Something that will never be repeated" implies that some event must occur in the future. If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write, you'll only embarrass yourself.

If I was jealous of you, I'd be jealous watching a tramp go to a ball for the well healed. Unfortunately I only have pitty for the tramp for he's from the gutter, will be ridiculed on his special day and at the end of the day he will have to return to the gutter. I'm a compationate type you see.

Future turmoil beckons...
' If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write'

My irony-meter has just gone into overdrive considering your pathetic attempts at spelling yourself.

Compassionate not compationate.

Pity only has one 't'.

Condescending FAIL.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: "...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..." Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of! Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates![/p][/quote]Do you understand the difference between past tense and future tense in the English language moron? "Something that will never be repeated" implies that some event must occur in the future. If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write, you'll only embarrass yourself. If I was jealous of you, I'd be jealous watching a tramp go to a ball for the well healed. Unfortunately I only have pitty for the tramp for he's from the gutter, will be ridiculed on his special day and at the end of the day he will have to return to the gutter. I'm a compationate type you see. Future turmoil beckons...[/p][/quote]' If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write' My irony-meter has just gone into overdrive considering your pathetic attempts at spelling yourself. Compassionate not compationate. Pity only has one 't'. Condescending FAIL. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 5

2:24pm Thu 19 Jun 14

kfc yummy says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
"The Premier League fixture list came out Wednesday morning and although Chelsea will be playing the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool very early on in the season, we’re likely to find out a lot about this Chelsea team in their two opening games.

Burnley away and Leicester City home. Two newly-promoted sides. Surely six points in the bag? Well no, nothing in the world of football is ever guaranteed. You only have to look at some of Chelsea’s performances and results against some of the lesser teams in the Premier League this season to know that.

The Blues track record against the top dogs in the league was excellent. They took a staggering 27 points out 36 against Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham and Manchester United yet the club still finished in third place. What cost them from finishing any higher was their performances against the likes of Stoke City, West Ham, Aston Villa, Sunderland and Norwich.

What did these teams all have in common? They were very well organised and solid at the back and that is something Chelsea will potentially have to prepare for in their two opening fixtures against Burnley and Leicester."
You'd think Mourinho would have them fired up from the off ten this season wouldn't you. Good luck!!
Wish you would learn to spell barry.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: "The Premier League fixture list came out Wednesday morning and although Chelsea will be playing the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool very early on in the season, we’re likely to find out a lot about this Chelsea team in their two opening games. Burnley away and Leicester City home. Two newly-promoted sides. Surely six points in the bag? Well no, nothing in the world of football is ever guaranteed. You only have to look at some of Chelsea’s performances and results against some of the lesser teams in the Premier League this season to know that. The Blues track record against the top dogs in the league was excellent. They took a staggering 27 points out 36 against Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham and Manchester United yet the club still finished in third place. What cost them from finishing any higher was their performances against the likes of Stoke City, West Ham, Aston Villa, Sunderland and Norwich. What did these teams all have in common? They were very well organised and solid at the back and that is something Chelsea will potentially have to prepare for in their two opening fixtures against Burnley and Leicester."[/p][/quote]You'd think Mourinho would have them fired up from the off ten this season wouldn't you. Good luck!![/p][/quote]Wish you would learn to spell barry. kfc yummy
  • Score: 3

2:32pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Barry (aka TurfMoorTom),

Can you spell....

T
R
A
N
S
F
E
R

E
M
B
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Barry (aka TurfMoorTom), Can you spell.... T R A N S F E R E M B A R G O Super Claret
  • Score: 5

2:33pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
"The Premier League fixture list came out Wednesday morning and although Chelsea will be playing the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool very early on in the season, we’re likely to find out a lot about this Chelsea team in their two opening games.

Burnley away and Leicester City home. Two newly-promoted sides. Surely six points in the bag? Well no, nothing in the world of football is ever guaranteed. You only have to look at some of Chelsea’s performances and results against some of the lesser teams in the Premier League this season to know that.

The Blues track record against the top dogs in the league was excellent. They took a staggering 27 points out 36 against Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham and Manchester United yet the club still finished in third place. What cost them from finishing any higher was their performances against the likes of Stoke City, West Ham, Aston Villa, Sunderland and Norwich.

What did these teams all have in common? They were very well organised and solid at the back and that is something Chelsea will potentially have to prepare for in their two opening fixtures against Burnley and Leicester."
You'd think Mourinho would have them fired up from the off ten this season wouldn't you. Good luck!!
Does anyone have an Inbred to English Google Translator?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: "The Premier League fixture list came out Wednesday morning and although Chelsea will be playing the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool very early on in the season, we’re likely to find out a lot about this Chelsea team in their two opening games. Burnley away and Leicester City home. Two newly-promoted sides. Surely six points in the bag? Well no, nothing in the world of football is ever guaranteed. You only have to look at some of Chelsea’s performances and results against some of the lesser teams in the Premier League this season to know that. The Blues track record against the top dogs in the league was excellent. They took a staggering 27 points out 36 against Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham and Manchester United yet the club still finished in third place. What cost them from finishing any higher was their performances against the likes of Stoke City, West Ham, Aston Villa, Sunderland and Norwich. What did these teams all have in common? They were very well organised and solid at the back and that is something Chelsea will potentially have to prepare for in their two opening fixtures against Burnley and Leicester."[/p][/quote]You'd think Mourinho would have them fired up from the off ten this season wouldn't you. Good luck!![/p][/quote]Does anyone have an Inbred to English Google Translator? Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 5

2:47pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
"...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..."

Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of!

Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates!
Do you understand the difference between past tense and future tense in the English language moron? "Something that will never be repeated" implies that some event must occur in the future. If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write, you'll only embarrass yourself.

If I was jealous of you, I'd be jealous watching a tramp go to a ball for the well healed. Unfortunately I only have pitty for the tramp for he's from the gutter, will be ridiculed on his special day and at the end of the day he will have to return to the gutter. I'm a compationate type you see.

Future turmoil beckons...
' If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write'

My irony-meter has just gone into overdrive considering your pathetic attempts at spelling yourself.

Compassionate not compationate.

Pity only has one 't'.

Condescending FAIL.
Eeee, it's just soooo easy, set them up and they fall straight for it!! I'm sorry but I have no compassion for you!!
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: "...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..." Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of! Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates![/p][/quote]Do you understand the difference between past tense and future tense in the English language moron? "Something that will never be repeated" implies that some event must occur in the future. If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write, you'll only embarrass yourself. If I was jealous of you, I'd be jealous watching a tramp go to a ball for the well healed. Unfortunately I only have pitty for the tramp for he's from the gutter, will be ridiculed on his special day and at the end of the day he will have to return to the gutter. I'm a compationate type you see. Future turmoil beckons...[/p][/quote]' If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write' My irony-meter has just gone into overdrive considering your pathetic attempts at spelling yourself. Compassionate not compationate. Pity only has one 't'. Condescending FAIL.[/p][/quote]Eeee, it's just soooo easy, set them up and they fall straight for it!! I'm sorry but I have no compassion for you!! TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -4

2:49pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
"The Premier League fixture list came out Wednesday morning and although Chelsea will be playing the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool very early on in the season, we’re likely to find out a lot about this Chelsea team in their two opening games.

Burnley away and Leicester City home. Two newly-promoted sides. Surely six points in the bag? Well no, nothing in the world of football is ever guaranteed. You only have to look at some of Chelsea’s performances and results against some of the lesser teams in the Premier League this season to know that.

The Blues track record against the top dogs in the league was excellent. They took a staggering 27 points out 36 against Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham and Manchester United yet the club still finished in third place. What cost them from finishing any higher was their performances against the likes of Stoke City, West Ham, Aston Villa, Sunderland and Norwich.

What did these teams all have in common? They were very well organised and solid at the back and that is something Chelsea will potentially have to prepare for in their two opening fixtures against Burnley and Leicester."
You'd think Mourinho would have them fired up from the off ten this season wouldn't you. Good luck!!
Does anyone have an Inbred to English Google Translator?
Or maybe just add a h to the ten due to this naff text buffering. Not very good at problem solving or using your imagination are you?
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: "The Premier League fixture list came out Wednesday morning and although Chelsea will be playing the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool very early on in the season, we’re likely to find out a lot about this Chelsea team in their two opening games. Burnley away and Leicester City home. Two newly-promoted sides. Surely six points in the bag? Well no, nothing in the world of football is ever guaranteed. You only have to look at some of Chelsea’s performances and results against some of the lesser teams in the Premier League this season to know that. The Blues track record against the top dogs in the league was excellent. They took a staggering 27 points out 36 against Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham and Manchester United yet the club still finished in third place. What cost them from finishing any higher was their performances against the likes of Stoke City, West Ham, Aston Villa, Sunderland and Norwich. What did these teams all have in common? They were very well organised and solid at the back and that is something Chelsea will potentially have to prepare for in their two opening fixtures against Burnley and Leicester."[/p][/quote]You'd think Mourinho would have them fired up from the off ten this season wouldn't you. Good luck!![/p][/quote]Does anyone have an Inbred to English Google Translator?[/p][/quote]Or maybe just add a h to the ten due to this naff text buffering. Not very good at problem solving or using your imagination are you? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -2

2:52pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Translation:

" I want to be a Burnley fan and this is my only way of expressing myself without self-harming. I'm very confused and lonely. Please help me."
Translation: " I want to be a Burnley fan and this is my only way of expressing myself without self-harming. I'm very confused and lonely. Please help me." Super Claret
  • Score: 3

2:56pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 6

3:00pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

I won't be poring over the details of the championship fixtures, predicting defeat and doom for Rovers because I'm not interested. My mate's aren't, other than Rovers fans nobody is. Here we have all the signs of a screaming teen mob obsessed with something that's irrelevant unless it fills an empty hour in an empy life
I won't be poring over the details of the championship fixtures, predicting defeat and doom for Rovers because I'm not interested. My mate's aren't, other than Rovers fans nobody is. Here we have all the signs of a screaming teen mob obsessed with something that's irrelevant unless it fills an empty hour in an empy life Claretcert
  • Score: 5

3:05pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
"...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..."

Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of!

Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates!
Do you understand the difference between past tense and future tense in the English language moron? "Something that will never be repeated" implies that some event must occur in the future. If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write, you'll only embarrass yourself.

If I was jealous of you, I'd be jealous watching a tramp go to a ball for the well healed. Unfortunately I only have pitty for the tramp for he's from the gutter, will be ridiculed on his special day and at the end of the day he will have to return to the gutter. I'm a compationate type you see.

Future turmoil beckons...
' If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write'

My irony-meter has just gone into overdrive considering your pathetic attempts at spelling yourself.

Compassionate not compationate.

Pity only has one 't'.

Condescending FAIL.
Eeee, it's just soooo easy, set them up and they fall straight for it!! I'm sorry but I have no compassion for you!!
And similarly I haven't got any true pity for you!!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: "...something that will never be repeated by any small town club..." Burnley have done that TWICE you moron, and both times without the massive financial advantage that your tin-pot club required. A feat you clowns could never dream of! Enjoy Brentford and Rotherham you jealous festering invertebrates![/p][/quote]Do you understand the difference between past tense and future tense in the English language moron? "Something that will never be repeated" implies that some event must occur in the future. If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write, you'll only embarrass yourself. If I was jealous of you, I'd be jealous watching a tramp go to a ball for the well healed. Unfortunately I only have pitty for the tramp for he's from the gutter, will be ridiculed on his special day and at the end of the day he will have to return to the gutter. I'm a compationate type you see. Future turmoil beckons...[/p][/quote]' If you haven't got command of the English language please don't try to write' My irony-meter has just gone into overdrive considering your pathetic attempts at spelling yourself. Compassionate not compationate. Pity only has one 't'. Condescending FAIL.[/p][/quote]Eeee, it's just soooo easy, set them up and they fall straight for it!! I'm sorry but I have no compassion for you!![/p][/quote]And similarly I haven't got any true pity for you!! TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -4

3:07pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
All very well NobH20, but what I deduce from your research is that you are 100% nerd.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]All very well NobH20, but what I deduce from your research is that you are 100% nerd. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -4

3:22pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
All very well NobH20, but what I deduce from your research is that you are 100% nerd.
Well done. Take another tablet Gollum
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]All very well NobH20, but what I deduce from your research is that you are 100% nerd.[/p][/quote]Well done. Take another tablet Gollum Rob_H2O
  • Score: 3

3:25pm Thu 19 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
The thing is that now they have seen our fixtures it’s simply pushed them over the edge. Of course some were over already. But its hysteria now and not being blessed with much in the brain department they can’t cope. I think they should try attacking teams nearer their own level, Rochdale, Fleetwood etc.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]The thing is that now they have seen our fixtures it’s simply pushed them over the edge. Of course some were over already. But its hysteria now and not being blessed with much in the brain department they can’t cope. I think they should try attacking teams nearer their own level, Rochdale, Fleetwood etc. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 1

3:32pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
The thing is that now they have seen our fixtures it’s simply pushed them over the edge. Of course some were over already. But its hysteria now and not being blessed with much in the brain department they can’t cope. I think they should try attacking teams nearer their own level, Rochdale, Fleetwood etc.
What have Rochdale and Fleetwood ever done to you! That was an aweful thing to say. You should be ashamed of yourself!😄
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]The thing is that now they have seen our fixtures it’s simply pushed them over the edge. Of course some were over already. But its hysteria now and not being blessed with much in the brain department they can’t cope. I think they should try attacking teams nearer their own level, Rochdale, Fleetwood etc.[/p][/quote]What have Rochdale and Fleetwood ever done to you! That was an aweful thing to say. You should be ashamed of yourself!😄 Rob_H2O
  • Score: 2

3:34pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

Super Claret wrote:
Barry (aka TurfMoorTom),

Can you spell....

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[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Barry (aka TurfMoorTom), Can you spell.... T R A N S F E R E M B A R G O[/p][/quote]Yes, can you ... ? B U M L E Y R E L E G A T E D B Y X M A S Rovers 1495
  • Score: -2

3:37pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Love seeing the pain and suffering of the no-dad contingent. They really are hysterical with jealousy.

Poor old TurfMoorTom can decide whether to pull himself off at the thought of us losing to the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City, or to curl up in a ball and cry at the thought of us actually being in the Premier League. I imagine he does both.

It's going to so funny when they get a shafting off Cardiff on the opening day, live in front of the camera's so they can all see it.

Blackburn Rovers fans... suffering nervous breakdown's since the 9th March 2014.
Love seeing the pain and suffering of the no-dad contingent. They really are hysterical with jealousy. Poor old TurfMoorTom can decide whether to pull himself off at the thought of us losing to the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City, or to curl up in a ball and cry at the thought of us actually being in the Premier League. I imagine he does both. It's going to so funny when they get a shafting off Cardiff on the opening day, live in front of the camera's so they can all see it. Blackburn Rovers fans... suffering nervous breakdown's since the 9th March 2014. Super Claret
  • Score: 2

3:41pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated. Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -3

3:52pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.
Will do. And we won't be joining you cos you'll be bust and shipping dirty water in Division 3. Mega
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.[/p][/quote]Will do. And we won't be joining you cos you'll be bust and shipping dirty water in Division 3. Mega Rob_H2O
  • Score: 1

3:57pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Blackburn fans..... unable to get an erection since the 9th of March 2014...
Blackburn fans..... unable to get an erection since the 9th of March 2014... Super Claret
  • Score: 3

4:02pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.
Will do. And we won't be joining you cos you'll be bust and shipping dirty water in Division 3. Mega
ooooh now now even if we do go bust, weve enjoyed many wonderful times in the prem , something you ll never ever ever experience Geeky Boy, carry on calculating it wont make a differnence...
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.[/p][/quote]Will do. And we won't be joining you cos you'll be bust and shipping dirty water in Division 3. Mega[/p][/quote]ooooh now now even if we do go bust, weve enjoyed many wonderful times in the prem , something you ll never ever ever experience Geeky Boy, carry on calculating it wont make a differnence... Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -3

4:04pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Blackburn fans..... having sit down wee's since the 9th of March 2014...
Blackburn fans..... having sit down wee's since the 9th of March 2014... Super Claret
  • Score: 3

4:17pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.
Will do. And we won't be joining you cos you'll be bust and shipping dirty water in Division 3. Mega
ooooh now now even if we do go bust, weve enjoyed many wonderful times in the prem , something you ll never ever ever experience Geeky Boy, carry on calculating it wont make a differnence...
An inability to live in the present. Everything's jam tomorrow or a halcyon past for this, and virtually ALL other Blackburn posters on here.

And I strongly suspect a resurrection of this old name (or a variant of it) by our very own Serial-Name-Changer.
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.[/p][/quote]Will do. And we won't be joining you cos you'll be bust and shipping dirty water in Division 3. Mega[/p][/quote]ooooh now now even if we do go bust, weve enjoyed many wonderful times in the prem , something you ll never ever ever experience Geeky Boy, carry on calculating it wont make a differnence...[/p][/quote]An inability to live in the present. Everything's jam tomorrow or a halcyon past for this, and virtually ALL other Blackburn posters on here. And I strongly suspect a resurrection of this old name (or a variant of it) by our very own Serial-Name-Changer. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 5

4:23pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.
Will do. And we won't be joining you cos you'll be bust and shipping dirty water in Division 3. Mega
ooooh now now even if we do go bust, weve enjoyed many wonderful times in the prem , something you ll never ever ever experience Geeky Boy, carry on calculating it wont make a differnence...
You'll have to rat around and find some more cheating money that rips the prospects away from all the properly run fellow members of the league. Just like theft only nastier and Roversish.
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.[/p][/quote]Will do. And we won't be joining you cos you'll be bust and shipping dirty water in Division 3. Mega[/p][/quote]ooooh now now even if we do go bust, weve enjoyed many wonderful times in the prem , something you ll never ever ever experience Geeky Boy, carry on calculating it wont make a differnence...[/p][/quote]You'll have to rat around and find some more cheating money that rips the prospects away from all the properly run fellow members of the league. Just like theft only nastier and Roversish. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 2

4:24pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

Super Claret wrote:
Love seeing the pain and suffering of the no-dad contingent. They really are hysterical with jealousy.

Poor old TurfMoorTom can decide whether to pull himself off at the thought of us losing to the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City, or to curl up in a ball and cry at the thought of us actually being in the Premier League. I imagine he does both.

It's going to so funny when they get a shafting off Cardiff on the opening day, live in front of the camera's so they can all see it.

Blackburn Rovers fans... suffering nervous breakdown's since the 9th March 2014.
"It's going to so funny when they get a shafting off Cardiff on the opening day, live in front of the camera's so they can all see it."

Just replace the word 'Cardiff' with 'Chelsea' and we'll all have a giggle
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Love seeing the pain and suffering of the no-dad contingent. They really are hysterical with jealousy. Poor old TurfMoorTom can decide whether to pull himself off at the thought of us losing to the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City, or to curl up in a ball and cry at the thought of us actually being in the Premier League. I imagine he does both. It's going to so funny when they get a shafting off Cardiff on the opening day, live in front of the camera's so they can all see it. Blackburn Rovers fans... suffering nervous breakdown's since the 9th March 2014.[/p][/quote]"It's going to so funny when they get a shafting off Cardiff on the opening day, live in front of the camera's so they can all see it." Just replace the word 'Cardiff' with 'Chelsea' and we'll all have a giggle Rovers 1495
  • Score: -2

4:29pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

Just tried to come through Blackburn on the train. Announcer said trains were stopping at cherry tree as mass hysteria on streets following release of PL fixtures mean literally hundreds of Rovers were queuing up to jump under trains. Taxi wouldn't come out had hit 7 grown men already who were sobbing and shouting 'they got Chelsea' as they ran suicidally into traffic. Mass bedwetting at hospital, all pubs and off licences closed. Boots rationing paracetamol in tablet and liquid form. This is bad, BBC reports whole town in trauma.
Just tried to come through Blackburn on the train. Announcer said trains were stopping at cherry tree as mass hysteria on streets following release of PL fixtures mean literally hundreds of Rovers were queuing up to jump under trains. Taxi wouldn't come out had hit 7 grown men already who were sobbing and shouting 'they got Chelsea' as they ran suicidally into traffic. Mass bedwetting at hospital, all pubs and off licences closed. Boots rationing paracetamol in tablet and liquid form. This is bad, BBC reports whole town in trauma. Claretcert
  • Score: 7

4:34pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Sadly you can't play Chelsea because you're not in the Premier League.
Sadly you can't play Chelsea because you're not in the Premier League. Super Claret
  • Score: 3

4:39pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

*** BRFC NAPPIES NOW ON SALE ***

With the new season shortly upon us Blackburn Rovers officials have released details of the clubs intended preventative measures for supporters still suffering from the outbreak of incontinence following Burnley's promotion.

Director of Communications Alan Myers spoke to the Lancashire Telegraph regarding the proposal...

"As we saw towards the end of the season, the outbreak of squeaky-bum rapidly turned into wet-bum as many thousands of our fans soiled themselves inside the ground uncontrollably as news came through confirming Burnley had beaten Wigan and secured promotion to the Premier League. This was obviously a very distressing time for Blackburn Rovers supporters and so in an attempt to ease the symptoms and reduce the laundry bills of our underprivileged supporters we are releasing another batch of our popular Blue and White nappies. Marketed as "RoverPants", these improved nappies will be of the pull-up variety and offer far more comfort along with the same ultra-absorbent lining."

"Fans can now come to the game and enjoy their day without having to worry about Burnley competing against the cream of world football whilst we attempt to keep up with the likes of Brentford and Rotherham."

Season ticket holders are entitled to a 20% discount on each RoverPants purchase in the club shop...
*** BRFC NAPPIES NOW ON SALE *** With the new season shortly upon us Blackburn Rovers officials have released details of the clubs intended preventative measures for supporters still suffering from the outbreak of incontinence following Burnley's promotion. Director of Communications Alan Myers spoke to the Lancashire Telegraph regarding the proposal... "As we saw towards the end of the season, the outbreak of squeaky-bum rapidly turned into wet-bum as many thousands of our fans soiled themselves inside the ground uncontrollably as news came through confirming Burnley had beaten Wigan and secured promotion to the Premier League. This was obviously a very distressing time for Blackburn Rovers supporters and so in an attempt to ease the symptoms and reduce the laundry bills of our underprivileged supporters we are releasing another batch of our popular Blue and White nappies. Marketed as "RoverPants", these improved nappies will be of the pull-up variety and offer far more comfort along with the same ultra-absorbent lining." "Fans can now come to the game and enjoy their day without having to worry about Burnley competing against the cream of world football whilst we attempt to keep up with the likes of Brentford and Rotherham." Season ticket holders are entitled to a 20% discount on each RoverPants purchase in the club shop... Super Claret
  • Score: 6

4:46pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

Blackburn Rovers. Cheating their fellow Football League members since 1888.

Clock this. 1910 to 1914 - cash gushes into the no-dads utterly out of proportion to clubs infrastructure and ability to generate it. They buy far better players and management than the others around them and, hey presto, two titles! Not bought you understand lads. It was an "investment"! Yippee! The protests of Aston Villa and Stoke City at the time was "carping"

Fast forward to 1991. Mega-Cash Injection. Buy great players at a level others around and at their league level cannot afford. Buy and pay top management. Win a title and win the League Cup. Not bought you understand lads. It was an investment! Yippee!

Money faded after 1914. Had to get by and win stuff all from their own proceeds. Result? Nowt. Nil. Zilch. 81 years plotless.

Its on the back of these two short blasts of success comes the Rovers supporters overwhelming arrogance. The pomp and strut of the cheat.

The 1995 blast has given birth to the appalling gits from their mob that parade on here with their huge sense of entitlement and self-congratulation.


What a set of skunks.
Blackburn Rovers. Cheating their fellow Football League members since 1888. Clock this. 1910 to 1914 - cash gushes into the no-dads utterly out of proportion to clubs infrastructure and ability to generate it. They buy far better players and management than the others around them and, hey presto, two titles! Not bought you understand lads. It was an "investment"! Yippee! The protests of Aston Villa and Stoke City at the time was "carping" Fast forward to 1991. Mega-Cash Injection. Buy great players at a level others around and at their league level cannot afford. Buy and pay top management. Win a title and win the League Cup. Not bought you understand lads. It was an investment! Yippee! Money faded after 1914. Had to get by and win stuff all from their own proceeds. Result? Nowt. Nil. Zilch. 81 years plotless. Its on the back of these two short blasts of success comes the Rovers supporters overwhelming arrogance. The pomp and strut of the cheat. The 1995 blast has given birth to the appalling gits from their mob that parade on here with their huge sense of entitlement and self-congratulation. What a set of skunks. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 6

5:03pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.
I see Blackburn are offering £10k a week to a nine goal striker recently relegated into League One.

League One players for a League One bound team - it must really get on your wick to see us linked with the calibre of players you could only dream about and all the while your manager is trying to sign free transfers and League One rejects.
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.[/p][/quote]I see Blackburn are offering £10k a week to a nine goal striker recently relegated into League One. League One players for a League One bound team - it must really get on your wick to see us linked with the calibre of players you could only dream about and all the while your manager is trying to sign free transfers and League One rejects. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 7

6:00pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.
I see Blackburn are offering £10k a week to a nine goal striker recently relegated into League One.

League One players for a League One bound team - it must really get on your wick to see us linked with the calibre of players you could only dream about and all the while your manager is trying to sign free transfers and League One rejects.
The calibre of players huh?.....but then you keep linking yourselves to our players. And no foundation in the press...just you, the fans, wanting to sign our players.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.[/p][/quote]I see Blackburn are offering £10k a week to a nine goal striker recently relegated into League One. League One players for a League One bound team - it must really get on your wick to see us linked with the calibre of players you could only dream about and all the while your manager is trying to sign free transfers and League One rejects.[/p][/quote]The calibre of players huh?.....but then you keep linking yourselves to our players. And no foundation in the press...just you, the fans, wanting to sign our players. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -11

6:01pm Thu 19 Jun 14

MikeMada says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
How nice of the PL to ease Fabragas back into the league and give Costa a scoring debut.

Its going to be like the Eurovision song contest

VS Chelsea- Burnley nil points
Vs Swansea- Burnley nil points
VS Man Utd- Burnley nil points
Vs Palace- Burnley nil points
VS Sunderland- Burnley nil points
Vs West Brom- Burnley nil points

It may well take until 4th October to get your 1st poin of the season.

Douche will have squeaky bum time and you dingles will want him out!!!!!
You might get your first points away to Rotherham, but I doubt it!
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: How nice of the PL to ease Fabragas back into the league and give Costa a scoring debut. Its going to be like the Eurovision song contest VS Chelsea- Burnley nil points Vs Swansea- Burnley nil points VS Man Utd- Burnley nil points Vs Palace- Burnley nil points VS Sunderland- Burnley nil points Vs West Brom- Burnley nil points It may well take until 4th October to get your 1st poin of the season. Douche will have squeaky bum time and you dingles will want him out!!!!![/p][/quote]You might get your first points away to Rotherham, but I doubt it! MikeMada
  • Score: 3

6:37pm Thu 19 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
The thing is that now they have seen our fixtures it’s simply pushed them over the edge. Of course some were over already. But its hysteria now and not being blessed with much in the brain department they can’t cope. I think they should try attacking teams nearer their own level, Rochdale, Fleetwood etc.
What have Rochdale and Fleetwood ever done to you! That was an aweful thing to say. You should be ashamed of yourself!😄
Nothing of course but you take the point. Who would want this childish garbage that the Pluckers post inflicted upon them?In fact I am pleased for both these OTHER promoted Lancashire clubs and it would have been incredible in a way had Blackpool been relegated as they would be playing derbies with Fleetwood next season.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]The thing is that now they have seen our fixtures it’s simply pushed them over the edge. Of course some were over already. But its hysteria now and not being blessed with much in the brain department they can’t cope. I think they should try attacking teams nearer their own level, Rochdale, Fleetwood etc.[/p][/quote]What have Rochdale and Fleetwood ever done to you! That was an aweful thing to say. You should be ashamed of yourself!😄[/p][/quote]Nothing of course but you take the point. Who would want this childish garbage that the Pluckers post inflicted upon them?In fact I am pleased for both these OTHER promoted Lancashire clubs and it would have been incredible in a way had Blackpool been relegated as they would be playing derbies with Fleetwood next season. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 3

6:40pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.
I see Blackburn are offering £10k a week to a nine goal striker recently relegated into League One.

League One players for a League One bound team - it must really get on your wick to see us linked with the calibre of players you could only dream about and all the while your manager is trying to sign free transfers and League One rejects.
The calibre of players huh?.....but then you keep linking yourselves to our players. And no foundation in the press...just you, the fans, wanting to sign our players.
Well which ones would make the squad? Maybe 4 or 5, the team 2 if that. So in your confused disco ball head we want your players, outside where things are clearer and significantly quieter - no we want to strengthen.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.[/p][/quote]I see Blackburn are offering £10k a week to a nine goal striker recently relegated into League One. League One players for a League One bound team - it must really get on your wick to see us linked with the calibre of players you could only dream about and all the while your manager is trying to sign free transfers and League One rejects.[/p][/quote]The calibre of players huh?.....but then you keep linking yourselves to our players. And no foundation in the press...just you, the fans, wanting to sign our players.[/p][/quote]Well which ones would make the squad? Maybe 4 or 5, the team 2 if that. So in your confused disco ball head we want your players, outside where things are clearer and significantly quieter - no we want to strengthen. Claretcert
  • Score: 1

10:26pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.
I see Blackburn are offering £10k a week to a nine goal striker recently relegated into League One.

League One players for a League One bound team - it must really get on your wick to see us linked with the calibre of players you could only dream about and all the while your manager is trying to sign free transfers and League One rejects.
The calibre of players huh?.....but then you keep linking yourselves to our players. And no foundation in the press...just you, the fans, wanting to sign our players.
Well which ones would make the squad? Maybe 4 or 5, the team 2 if that. So in your confused disco ball head we want your players, outside where things are clearer and significantly quieter - no we want to strengthen.
But I thought our main strength was Douches ability to bring the best out of players. He's topped out with this rabble, imagine what he could do with Rovers squad. In fact, remember what you were the season before last and just what Bowyers blue and white army might do next. No wonder you're looking over your shoulder rather than expecting to do anything in the Prem.

Future turmoil beckons.....
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.[/p][/quote]I see Blackburn are offering £10k a week to a nine goal striker recently relegated into League One. League One players for a League One bound team - it must really get on your wick to see us linked with the calibre of players you could only dream about and all the while your manager is trying to sign free transfers and League One rejects.[/p][/quote]The calibre of players huh?.....but then you keep linking yourselves to our players. And no foundation in the press...just you, the fans, wanting to sign our players.[/p][/quote]Well which ones would make the squad? Maybe 4 or 5, the team 2 if that. So in your confused disco ball head we want your players, outside where things are clearer and significantly quieter - no we want to strengthen.[/p][/quote]But I thought our main strength was Douches ability to bring the best out of players. He's topped out with this rabble, imagine what he could do with Rovers squad. In fact, remember what you were the season before last and just what Bowyers blue and white army might do next. No wonder you're looking over your shoulder rather than expecting to do anything in the Prem. Future turmoil beckons..... TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -7

10:33pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs.

Another lie nailed.
wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.
I see Blackburn are offering £10k a week to a nine goal striker recently relegated into League One.

League One players for a League One bound team - it must really get on your wick to see us linked with the calibre of players you could only dream about and all the while your manager is trying to sign free transfers and League One rejects.
The calibre of players huh?.....but then you keep linking yourselves to our players. And no foundation in the press...just you, the fans, wanting to sign our players.
Well which ones would make the squad? Maybe 4 or 5, the team 2 if that. So in your confused disco ball head we want your players, outside where things are clearer and significantly quieter - no we want to strengthen.
But I thought our main strength was Douches ability to bring the best out of players. He's topped out with this rabble, imagine what he could do with Rovers squad. In fact, remember what you were the season before last and just what Bowyers blue and white army might do next. No wonder you're looking over your shoulder rather than expecting to do anything in the Prem.

Future turmoil beckons.....
Hilarious
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: At 2.45pm there was 53 postings on this column. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. Running now on the lead Rovers' story there are 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. Fellow Clarets, you'll have read the accusation that we are obsessed with Rovers. Yet they troll to twice the volume on our board as we do on theirs. Another lie nailed.[/p][/quote]wow , are you sat there with a calculator - Geek. Go away, bang the keys and work out how much a week its going to cost you to get relegated.[/p][/quote]I see Blackburn are offering £10k a week to a nine goal striker recently relegated into League One. League One players for a League One bound team - it must really get on your wick to see us linked with the calibre of players you could only dream about and all the while your manager is trying to sign free transfers and League One rejects.[/p][/quote]The calibre of players huh?.....but then you keep linking yourselves to our players. And no foundation in the press...just you, the fans, wanting to sign our players.[/p][/quote]Well which ones would make the squad? Maybe 4 or 5, the team 2 if that. So in your confused disco ball head we want your players, outside where things are clearer and significantly quieter - no we want to strengthen.[/p][/quote]But I thought our main strength was Douches ability to bring the best out of players. He's topped out with this rabble, imagine what he could do with Rovers squad. In fact, remember what you were the season before last and just what Bowyers blue and white army might do next. No wonder you're looking over your shoulder rather than expecting to do anything in the Prem. Future turmoil beckons.....[/p][/quote]Hilarious Rob_H2O
  • Score: 6

11:29pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

OK tomboy (icludes all aliases) shall I answer? Which Rovers players are we chasing? None. Which would really improve our squad? 2 (GK and CF) but neither in our price range. You are a silly boy you know.
OK tomboy (icludes all aliases) shall I answer? Which Rovers players are we chasing? None. Which would really improve our squad? 2 (GK and CF) but neither in our price range. You are a silly boy you know. Claretcert
  • Score: 5

7:39am Fri 20 Jun 14

Super claret.. says...

Oh dear, Chelsea are gonna spank our ugly mugs. 5-0 defeat coming up.
Oh dear, Chelsea are gonna spank our ugly mugs. 5-0 defeat coming up. Super claret..
  • Score: -4

8:53am Fri 20 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Unfortunately Blackburn Rovers don't get to play Chelsea Mungo, for the simple reason that you're not in the Premier League!

LOL.
Unfortunately Blackburn Rovers don't get to play Chelsea Mungo, for the simple reason that you're not in the Premier League! LOL. Super Claret
  • Score: 2

9:01am Fri 20 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Claretcert wrote:
OK tomboy (icludes all aliases) shall I answer? Which Rovers players are we chasing? None. Which would really improve our squad? 2 (GK and CF) but neither in our price range. You are a silly boy you know.
So far you and all your ali-arses have honoured us and Bowyers scouting by linking yourselves with Rhodes, Gestede, Cairney & Hanley. Now you've just added Robinson. As you say, non are in your price range so jog on.

If you really rate Douches man management you should have a go at Best and Etuhu.

Burnley FC, flew too close to the sun. Future turmoil beckons.....
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: OK tomboy (icludes all aliases) shall I answer? Which Rovers players are we chasing? None. Which would really improve our squad? 2 (GK and CF) but neither in our price range. You are a silly boy you know.[/p][/quote]So far you and all your ali-arses have honoured us and Bowyers scouting by linking yourselves with Rhodes, Gestede, Cairney & Hanley. Now you've just added Robinson. As you say, non are in your price range so jog on. If you really rate Douches man management you should have a go at Best and Etuhu. Burnley FC, flew too close to the sun. Future turmoil beckons..... TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -16

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