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Bowyer: Dunn won't take over Hendry coaching duties at Blackburn Rovers

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BLACKBURN Rovers boss Gary Bowyer has insisted that David Dunn will not be taking over the coaching role vacated by Colin Hendry.

Hendry left his position as the club’s U21s coach earlier this month and there has been speculation that Dunn could be the man to fill his boots.

The midfielder, along with defender Markus Olsson, is in talks with Rovers over a new contract.

But Bowyer has confirmed those discussions do not include the possibility of Dunn replacing Hendry as right-hand man to U21s boss Eric Kinder.

“Colin Hendry has left but Dunny will not be doing the job,” said Bowyer.

“He’s still got something to offer as a player.”

Dunn is keen to move into coaching and he has recently completed his UEFA A Licence.

But the 34-year-old’s main aim is to prolong a playing career in which he has made 366 appearances and scored 59 goals for Rovers.

And his manager reckons Dunn is right to do so.

“I know Dunny has said he is concentrating on playing and I understand that because once you start looking at the other side of things you can neglect the playing side,” said Bowyer, whose playing career was cut short by injury.

“The coaching side is a massive, massive job.

“You can’t take your eye off that and to do both is very, very difficult.”

Bowyer is keen to ensure that Dunn extends his stay at Rovers into a 14th season.

And he also wants Olsson, who like Dunn is out of contract, to put pen to paper on a new deal.

The Sweden international left-back was restricted to just nine appearances last season because of the form of Tommy Spurr.

But Olsson impressed in the final three games of the season after previous league ever present Spurr, who has signed a contract extension tying him to Rovers until 2016, was ruled out through a groin injury.

Bowyer said: “Markus finished the season outstandingly well for us.”

Olsson, who arrived at Ewood Park in January 2012 from Swedish side Halmstads, fits in with Rovers’ wage structure.

And if the 26-year-old does commit his future to the club it would save Bowyer, who is scouring the market for a right back, the task of searching for a replacement.

Youngster Josh Morris can also play left back.

But it is understood the 22-year-old is attracting interest from Fleetwood Town.

Morris helped Fleetwood win promotion to League One last season during an impressive loan spell at the end of the campaign which saw him win the League Two player of the month award for April and score two goals in 17 appearances.

Rovers return to pre-season on July 2 ahead of their friendly opener away to AFC Telford United on July 12.

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9:39am Mon 23 Jun 14

dallydally says...

Totally agree its not a great idea to tackle both. However, that presupposes Dunny should be offered a new playing deal
Totally agree its not a great idea to tackle both. However, that presupposes Dunny should be offered a new playing deal dallydally
  • Score: 9

9:44am Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation.

Sign him up!
And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation. Sign him up! Super Claret
  • Score: -25

10:06am Mon 23 Jun 14

digitusjonfred says...

Super Claret wrote:
And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation.

Sign him up!
hi there pocket snooker man !!
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation. Sign him up![/p][/quote]hi there pocket snooker man !! digitusjonfred
  • Score: 13

10:26am Mon 23 Jun 14

MatthewCA says...

Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half.

enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect
Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half. enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect MatthewCA
  • Score: 1

10:28am Mon 23 Jun 14

Rovertheedge says...

Super Claret wrote:
And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation.

Sign him up!
Well done dingle
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation. Sign him up![/p][/quote]Well done dingle Rovertheedge
  • Score: 4

10:28am Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret... says...

Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC
Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC Super Claret...
  • Score: 14

10:43am Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Super Claret... wrote:
Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC
Might have worked if you'd got in their first Mungo, sadly you messed it up yet again and leave yourself looking like a desperate no-dad once more.

Dunny couldn't save you by cheating this time could he?

David Dunn 1 - 2 Burnley

And the icing on the cake, poor old Dunny crying like a baby on the touchline as the final whistle blew, a sorry sight and yet hilarious in equal measure. I'd love you clowns to sign him up on another £20k+ a week contract, go on you know it makes sense!
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret...[/bold] wrote: Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC[/p][/quote]Might have worked if you'd got in their first Mungo, sadly you messed it up yet again and leave yourself looking like a desperate no-dad once more. Dunny couldn't save you by cheating this time could he? David Dunn 1 - 2 Burnley And the icing on the cake, poor old Dunny crying like a baby on the touchline as the final whistle blew, a sorry sight and yet hilarious in equal measure. I'd love you clowns to sign him up on another £20k+ a week contract, go on you know it makes sense! Super Claret
  • Score: -15

11:10am Mon 23 Jun 14

dangerous dave says...

MatthewCA wrote:
Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half.

enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect
what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
[quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half. enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect[/p][/quote]what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS dangerous dave
  • Score: -9

11:21am Mon 23 Jun 14

MatthewCA says...

dangerous dave wrote:
MatthewCA wrote:
Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half.

enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect
what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
"dangerous dave" shows how a plonker express energy...lol
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half. enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect[/p][/quote]what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]"dangerous dave" shows how a plonker express energy...lol MatthewCA
  • Score: 2

12:04pm Mon 23 Jun 14

French Rover says...

dangerous dave wrote:
MatthewCA wrote:
Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half.

enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect
what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
DD stays true to his never-ending storyline....Go Dave Go!
Yes. Really Dave. Please. Go.

As for Dunny staying at Ewood, well either playing or not playing then he is an asset to the club. A local lad made good who spent most of his career with the club he always supported. Not many of these kind of players around these days especially in the higher divisions.
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half. enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect[/p][/quote]what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]DD stays true to his never-ending storyline....Go Dave Go! Yes. Really Dave. Please. Go. As for Dunny staying at Ewood, well either playing or not playing then he is an asset to the club. A local lad made good who spent most of his career with the club he always supported. Not many of these kind of players around these days especially in the higher divisions. French Rover
  • Score: 8

12:18pm Mon 23 Jun 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Super Claret wrote:
And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation.

Sign him up!
i see your condition shows no sign of improvement. did you contact MIND as i signposted you to last week.

fyi - their number is 0300 123 3393 and you can get hold of them during normal working hours. let me know how you get on. if they are unable to help - i have another couple of alternatives you can try.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation. Sign him up![/p][/quote]i see your condition shows no sign of improvement. did you contact MIND as i signposted you to last week. fyi - their number is 0300 123 3393 and you can get hold of them during normal working hours. let me know how you get on. if they are unable to help - i have another couple of alternatives you can try. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -1

12:42pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Mr Ted Maul says...

Super Claret wrote:
Super Claret... wrote: Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC
Might have worked if you'd got in their first Mungo, sadly you messed it up yet again and leave yourself looking like a desperate no-dad once more. Dunny couldn't save you by cheating this time could he? David Dunn 1 - 2 Burnley And the icing on the cake, poor old Dunny crying like a baby on the touchline as the final whistle blew, a sorry sight and yet hilarious in equal measure. I'd love you clowns to sign him up on another £20k+ a week contract, go on you know it makes sense!
Have you ever spoken to a girl that you're not related to?

Her that checks your jobseekers diary every two weeks doesn't count.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret...[/bold] wrote: Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC[/p][/quote]Might have worked if you'd got in their first Mungo, sadly you messed it up yet again and leave yourself looking like a desperate no-dad once more. Dunny couldn't save you by cheating this time could he? David Dunn 1 - 2 Burnley And the icing on the cake, poor old Dunny crying like a baby on the touchline as the final whistle blew, a sorry sight and yet hilarious in equal measure. I'd love you clowns to sign him up on another £20k+ a week contract, go on you know it makes sense![/p][/quote]Have you ever spoken to a girl that you're not related to? Her that checks your jobseekers diary every two weeks doesn't count. Mr Ted Maul
  • Score: 0

12:47pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret... says...

Super Claret wrote:
Super Claret... wrote:
Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC
Might have worked if you'd got in their first Mungo, sadly you messed it up yet again and leave yourself looking like a desperate no-dad once more.

Dunny couldn't save you by cheating this time could he?

David Dunn 1 - 2 Burnley

And the icing on the cake, poor old Dunny crying like a baby on the touchline as the final whistle blew, a sorry sight and yet hilarious in equal measure. I'd love you clowns to sign him up on another £20k+ a week contract, go on you know it makes sense!
Sorry i would have posted sooner but over here in Burnley the internet connection is not that great SC, having said that we do all spend a lot of time posting especially since we got promoted. hopefully it will ease up a bit once the season is underway, cant wait for it to start what about you pal. UTC
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret...[/bold] wrote: Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC[/p][/quote]Might have worked if you'd got in their first Mungo, sadly you messed it up yet again and leave yourself looking like a desperate no-dad once more. Dunny couldn't save you by cheating this time could he? David Dunn 1 - 2 Burnley And the icing on the cake, poor old Dunny crying like a baby on the touchline as the final whistle blew, a sorry sight and yet hilarious in equal measure. I'd love you clowns to sign him up on another £20k+ a week contract, go on you know it makes sense![/p][/quote]Sorry i would have posted sooner but over here in Burnley the internet connection is not that great SC, having said that we do all spend a lot of time posting especially since we got promoted. hopefully it will ease up a bit once the season is underway, cant wait for it to start what about you pal. UTC Super Claret...
  • Score: 1

12:55pm Mon 23 Jun 14

owd nick says...

French Rover wrote:
dangerous dave wrote:
MatthewCA wrote:
Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half.

enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect
what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
DD stays true to his never-ending storyline....Go Dave Go!
Yes. Really Dave. Please. Go.

As for Dunny staying at Ewood, well either playing or not playing then he is an asset to the club. A local lad made good who spent most of his career with the club he always supported. Not many of these kind of players around these days especially in the higher divisions.
Agree with both Frenchie and Matt.

As for Dave the Doughnut, well, yet another racist hate filled rant, loaded with insults at real fans because they dare to have an opinion that doesn't agree with his myopic rants.

Rovers are not in severe financial difficulty.

- The bulk of their debts from previous seasons is owed directly to Venky's themselves, they have openly stipulated that this is interest free and that there is no set date or requirement for repayment.

- The debt does not affect FFP, which is based on the income and expenditure for each season, the season we will be judged on is the 2013 - 2014 season.

- Yes we are falling foul of FFP for the season just gone, but Rovers have done a great deal to reduce costs during that season, over 30 players removed from the books, the only real concerns in my mind are the salaries of the 5 transfer listed players, which Rovers can't do anything about.

- Until the FA tell Rovers what the imposed sanctions will be everything is pure speculation, and everyone appears to forget that the club will have the opportunity to question the sanctions if they choose to do so.

With the work they have done to reduce costs, the intransigence of the 5 remaining players and the plan to be compliant within 2 seasons I suspect they have a pretty decent case.

As for Dunny ignore the idiot troll, if he is offered a new contract it will be based on the current wage structure at Ewood, not on some fanciful figures plucked out of mid air.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half. enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect[/p][/quote]what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]DD stays true to his never-ending storyline....Go Dave Go! Yes. Really Dave. Please. Go. As for Dunny staying at Ewood, well either playing or not playing then he is an asset to the club. A local lad made good who spent most of his career with the club he always supported. Not many of these kind of players around these days especially in the higher divisions.[/p][/quote]Agree with both Frenchie and Matt. As for Dave the Doughnut, well, yet another racist hate filled rant, loaded with insults at real fans because they dare to have an opinion that doesn't agree with his myopic rants. Rovers are not in severe financial difficulty. - The bulk of their debts from previous seasons is owed directly to Venky's themselves, they have openly stipulated that this is interest free and that there is no set date or requirement for repayment. - The debt does not affect FFP, which is based on the income and expenditure for each season, the season we will be judged on is the 2013 - 2014 season. - Yes we are falling foul of FFP for the season just gone, but Rovers have done a great deal to reduce costs during that season, over 30 players removed from the books, the only real concerns in my mind are the salaries of the 5 transfer listed players, which Rovers can't do anything about. - Until the FA tell Rovers what the imposed sanctions will be everything is pure speculation, and everyone appears to forget that the club will have the opportunity to question the sanctions if they choose to do so. With the work they have done to reduce costs, the intransigence of the 5 remaining players and the plan to be compliant within 2 seasons I suspect they have a pretty decent case. As for Dunny ignore the idiot troll, if he is offered a new contract it will be based on the current wage structure at Ewood, not on some fanciful figures plucked out of mid air. owd nick
  • Score: 3

1:00pm Mon 23 Jun 14

roverstid says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation.

Sign him up!
i see your condition shows no sign of improvement. did you contact MIND as i signposted you to last week.

fyi - their number is 0300 123 3393 and you can get hold of them during normal working hours. let me know how you get on. if they are unable to help - i have another couple of alternatives you can try.
The problem their hass is "working hours" - you're confusing the dole scrounging workshy, - and by his own admission - "souper claret".

Maybe you should say" post office opening hours" he can ring them whilst he's trying to work out whether they still do giros.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation. Sign him up![/p][/quote]i see your condition shows no sign of improvement. did you contact MIND as i signposted you to last week. fyi - their number is 0300 123 3393 and you can get hold of them during normal working hours. let me know how you get on. if they are unable to help - i have another couple of alternatives you can try.[/p][/quote]The problem their hass is "working hours" - you're confusing the dole scrounging workshy, - and by his own admission - "souper claret". Maybe you should say" post office opening hours" he can ring them whilst he's trying to work out whether they still do giros. roverstid
  • Score: -3

1:04pm Mon 23 Jun 14

roverstid says...

French Rover wrote:
dangerous dave wrote:
MatthewCA wrote:
Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half.

enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect
what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
DD stays true to his never-ending storyline....Go Dave Go!
Yes. Really Dave. Please. Go.

As for Dunny staying at Ewood, well either playing or not playing then he is an asset to the club. A local lad made good who spent most of his career with the club he always supported. Not many of these kind of players around these days especially in the higher divisions.
He sounds suspiciously like another racist Venkyscum screaming poster on another rovers site..
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half. enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect[/p][/quote]what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]DD stays true to his never-ending storyline....Go Dave Go! Yes. Really Dave. Please. Go. As for Dunny staying at Ewood, well either playing or not playing then he is an asset to the club. A local lad made good who spent most of his career with the club he always supported. Not many of these kind of players around these days especially in the higher divisions.[/p][/quote]He sounds suspiciously like another racist Venkyscum screaming poster on another rovers site.. roverstid
  • Score: -4

1:18pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

"Rovers are not in severe financial difficulty."


And that single sentence ladies and gentlemen sums up exactly why Blackburn Rovers fall from grace is far from over.... deluded beyond all comprehension.

Debt: £60million+
Losses for last season: £36.5million
Wage Bill: £30million
Maximum permitted loss in 2015: £3million
Cost savings required this season: £25million+

£11.2m yet to pay out to Jordan Rhodes (including £4m of original transfer fee)
£3.65m yet to pay out to Dickson Etuhu
£3.12m yet to pay out to Leon Best
£1.3m yet to pay out to DJ Campbell

That's a total of £19.3m owed under contract to just the four players above, never mind the rest of the overpaid deadwood that is dragging you closer and closer towards the inevitable administration party.

Not to mention transfer fee's, agents fee's, sell on clauses.. i.e., Rhodes was bought for £8m (with £4m still owed to Huddersfield), Best for £3m, Goodwillie (now released with a £300k pay-off) for £2.8m, etc.

Now if this doesn't qualify as financial meltdown I don't know what does.

What a shambles.
"Rovers are not in severe financial difficulty." And that single sentence ladies and gentlemen sums up exactly why Blackburn Rovers fall from grace is far from over.... deluded beyond all comprehension. Debt: £60million+ Losses for last season: £36.5million Wage Bill: £30million Maximum permitted loss in 2015: £3million Cost savings required this season: £25million+ £11.2m yet to pay out to Jordan Rhodes (including £4m of original transfer fee) £3.65m yet to pay out to Dickson Etuhu £3.12m yet to pay out to Leon Best £1.3m yet to pay out to DJ Campbell That's a total of £19.3m owed under contract to just the four players above, never mind the rest of the overpaid deadwood that is dragging you closer and closer towards the inevitable administration party. Not to mention transfer fee's, agents fee's, sell on clauses.. i.e., Rhodes was bought for £8m (with £4m still owed to Huddersfield), Best for £3m, Goodwillie (now released with a £300k pay-off) for £2.8m, etc. Now if this doesn't qualify as financial meltdown I don't know what does. What a shambles. Super Claret
  • Score: -4

1:19pm Mon 23 Jun 14

owd nick says...

Brown has signed and Rovers are rumoured to be interested in Baptiste from Bolton, who can play centre half and right back.
Brown has signed and Rovers are rumoured to be interested in Baptiste from Bolton, who can play centre half and right back. owd nick
  • Score: 0

1:22pm Mon 23 Jun 14

roverstid says...

Super Claret wrote:
"Rovers are not in severe financial difficulty."


And that single sentence ladies and gentlemen sums up exactly why Blackburn Rovers fall from grace is far from over.... deluded beyond all comprehension.

Debt: £60million+
Losses for last season: £36.5million
Wage Bill: £30million
Maximum permitted loss in 2015: £3million
Cost savings required this season: £25million+

£11.2m yet to pay out to Jordan Rhodes (including £4m of original transfer fee)
£3.65m yet to pay out to Dickson Etuhu
£3.12m yet to pay out to Leon Best
£1.3m yet to pay out to DJ Campbell

That's a total of £19.3m owed under contract to just the four players above, never mind the rest of the overpaid deadwood that is dragging you closer and closer towards the inevitable administration party.

Not to mention transfer fee's, agents fee's, sell on clauses.. i.e., Rhodes was bought for £8m (with £4m still owed to Huddersfield), Best for £3m, Goodwillie (now released with a £300k pay-off) for £2.8m, etc.

Now if this doesn't qualify as financial meltdown I don't know what does.

What a shambles.
And yet with all that said, the only REAL question is:

Will D'ingsy sign?

... Meanwhile d'ings is packing his suitcase
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: "Rovers are not in severe financial difficulty." And that single sentence ladies and gentlemen sums up exactly why Blackburn Rovers fall from grace is far from over.... deluded beyond all comprehension. Debt: £60million+ Losses for last season: £36.5million Wage Bill: £30million Maximum permitted loss in 2015: £3million Cost savings required this season: £25million+ £11.2m yet to pay out to Jordan Rhodes (including £4m of original transfer fee) £3.65m yet to pay out to Dickson Etuhu £3.12m yet to pay out to Leon Best £1.3m yet to pay out to DJ Campbell That's a total of £19.3m owed under contract to just the four players above, never mind the rest of the overpaid deadwood that is dragging you closer and closer towards the inevitable administration party. Not to mention transfer fee's, agents fee's, sell on clauses.. i.e., Rhodes was bought for £8m (with £4m still owed to Huddersfield), Best for £3m, Goodwillie (now released with a £300k pay-off) for £2.8m, etc. Now if this doesn't qualify as financial meltdown I don't know what does. What a shambles.[/p][/quote]And yet with all that said, the only REAL question is: Will D'ingsy sign? ... Meanwhile d'ings is packing his suitcase roverstid
  • Score: 2

1:23pm Mon 23 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Super Claret... wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
Super Claret... wrote:
Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC
Might have worked if you'd got in their first Mungo, sadly you messed it up yet again and leave yourself looking like a desperate no-dad once more.

Dunny couldn't save you by cheating this time could he?

David Dunn 1 - 2 Burnley

And the icing on the cake, poor old Dunny crying like a baby on the touchline as the final whistle blew, a sorry sight and yet hilarious in equal measure. I'd love you clowns to sign him up on another £20k+ a week contract, go on you know it makes sense!
Sorry i would have posted sooner but over here in Burnley the internet connection is not that great SC, having said that we do all spend a lot of time posting especially since we got promoted. hopefully it will ease up a bit once the season is underway, cant wait for it to start what about you pal. UTC
Sorry to see your inner turmoil played out across these message boards SC, you know when you need to join the rest on the sunshine bus, when you lose an argument with yourself ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret...[/bold] wrote: Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC[/p][/quote]Might have worked if you'd got in their first Mungo, sadly you messed it up yet again and leave yourself looking like a desperate no-dad once more. Dunny couldn't save you by cheating this time could he? David Dunn 1 - 2 Burnley And the icing on the cake, poor old Dunny crying like a baby on the touchline as the final whistle blew, a sorry sight and yet hilarious in equal measure. I'd love you clowns to sign him up on another £20k+ a week contract, go on you know it makes sense![/p][/quote]Sorry i would have posted sooner but over here in Burnley the internet connection is not that great SC, having said that we do all spend a lot of time posting especially since we got promoted. hopefully it will ease up a bit once the season is underway, cant wait for it to start what about you pal. UTC[/p][/quote]Sorry to see your inner turmoil played out across these message boards SC, you know when you need to join the rest on the sunshine bus, when you lose an argument with yourself ;-) AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -6

1:25pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

FFP Sanctions:

Failure to stay within the defined limits will lead to the imposition of sanctions. However, there will be no sanctions implemented during the first two seasons (2012/13 and 2013/14) in order to give clubs a sensible period of transition.

From the 2014/15 season, sanctions will be introduced that will differ depending on whether the club ultimately remained in the Championship, was promoted to the Premier League or was relegated to League 1.

Sanctions for clubs remaining in the Championship

Clubs that fail to comply with the Financial Fair Play regulations (from December 1st 2014) will be subject to a transfer embargo. This embargo will come in to force ahead of the subsequent transfer window beginning on January 1, 2015.

The embargo will remain in place until the club is able to demonstrate that it meets the Financial Fair Play regulations.


SQUEAKY BUM TIME...
FFP Sanctions: Failure to stay within the defined limits will lead to the imposition of sanctions. However, there will be no sanctions implemented during the first two seasons (2012/13 and 2013/14) in order to give clubs a sensible period of transition. From the 2014/15 season, sanctions will be introduced that will differ depending on whether the club ultimately remained in the Championship, was promoted to the Premier League or was relegated to League 1. Sanctions for clubs remaining in the Championship Clubs that fail to comply with the Financial Fair Play regulations (from December 1st 2014) will be subject to a transfer embargo. This embargo will come in to force ahead of the subsequent transfer window beginning on January 1, 2015. The embargo will remain in place until the club is able to demonstrate that it meets the Financial Fair Play regulations. SQUEAKY BUM TIME... Super Claret
  • Score: -6

1:31pm Mon 23 Jun 14

roverstid says...

Super Claret wrote:
FFP Sanctions:

Failure to stay within the defined limits will lead to the imposition of sanctions. However, there will be no sanctions implemented during the first two seasons (2012/13 and 2013/14) in order to give clubs a sensible period of transition.

From the 2014/15 season, sanctions will be introduced that will differ depending on whether the club ultimately remained in the Championship, was promoted to the Premier League or was relegated to League 1.

Sanctions for clubs remaining in the Championship

Clubs that fail to comply with the Financial Fair Play regulations (from December 1st 2014) will be subject to a transfer embargo. This embargo will come in to force ahead of the subsequent transfer window beginning on January 1, 2015.

The embargo will remain in place until the club is able to demonstrate that it meets the Financial Fair Play regulations.


SQUEAKY BUM TIME...
When in doubt keep repeating yourself..

"Theres no place like
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: FFP Sanctions: Failure to stay within the defined limits will lead to the imposition of sanctions. However, there will be no sanctions implemented during the first two seasons (2012/13 and 2013/14) in order to give clubs a sensible period of transition. From the 2014/15 season, sanctions will be introduced that will differ depending on whether the club ultimately remained in the Championship, was promoted to the Premier League or was relegated to League 1. Sanctions for clubs remaining in the Championship Clubs that fail to comply with the Financial Fair Play regulations (from December 1st 2014) will be subject to a transfer embargo. This embargo will come in to force ahead of the subsequent transfer window beginning on January 1, 2015. The embargo will remain in place until the club is able to demonstrate that it meets the Financial Fair Play regulations. SQUEAKY BUM TIME...[/p][/quote]When in doubt keep repeating yourself.. "Theres no place like roverstid
  • Score: 2

1:33pm Mon 23 Jun 14

roverstid says...

Super Claret wrote:
FFP Sanctions:

Failure to stay within the defined limits will lead to the imposition of sanctions. However, there will be no sanctions implemented during the first two seasons (2012/13 and 2013/14) in order to give clubs a sensible period of transition.

From the 2014/15 season, sanctions will be introduced that will differ depending on whether the club ultimately remained in the Championship, was promoted to the Premier League or was relegated to League 1.

Sanctions for clubs remaining in the Championship

Clubs that fail to comply with the Financial Fair Play regulations (from December 1st 2014) will be subject to a transfer embargo. This embargo will come in to force ahead of the subsequent transfer window beginning on January 1, 2015.

The embargo will remain in place until the club is able to demonstrate that it meets the Financial Fair Play regulations.


SQUEAKY BUM TIME...
When in doubt keep repeating yourself..

"Theres no place like the Turd, there's no place like the Turd... "

Padded cell and jacket time...
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: FFP Sanctions: Failure to stay within the defined limits will lead to the imposition of sanctions. However, there will be no sanctions implemented during the first two seasons (2012/13 and 2013/14) in order to give clubs a sensible period of transition. From the 2014/15 season, sanctions will be introduced that will differ depending on whether the club ultimately remained in the Championship, was promoted to the Premier League or was relegated to League 1. Sanctions for clubs remaining in the Championship Clubs that fail to comply with the Financial Fair Play regulations (from December 1st 2014) will be subject to a transfer embargo. This embargo will come in to force ahead of the subsequent transfer window beginning on January 1, 2015. The embargo will remain in place until the club is able to demonstrate that it meets the Financial Fair Play regulations. SQUEAKY BUM TIME...[/p][/quote]When in doubt keep repeating yourself.. "Theres no place like the Turd, there's no place like the Turd... " Padded cell and jacket time... roverstid
  • Score: 3

1:40pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Stone Island: says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation.

Sign him up!
i see your condition shows no sign of improvement. did you contact MIND as i signposted you to last week.

fyi - their number is 0300 123 3393 and you can get hold of them during normal working hours. let me know how you get on. if they are unable to help - i have another couple of alternatives you can try.
A bullet to the head?
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation. Sign him up![/p][/quote]i see your condition shows no sign of improvement. did you contact MIND as i signposted you to last week. fyi - their number is 0300 123 3393 and you can get hold of them during normal working hours. let me know how you get on. if they are unable to help - i have another couple of alternatives you can try.[/p][/quote]A bullet to the head? Stone Island:
  • Score: -1

1:42pm Mon 23 Jun 14

A Darener says...

So what if there is a transfer embargo? We have enough players to field a team in the championship without replacements, so what's your problem SC?
Try for once concentrating on your own team, oh! I forgot you haven't got one!
So what if there is a transfer embargo? We have enough players to field a team in the championship without replacements, so what's your problem SC? Try for once concentrating on your own team, oh! I forgot you haven't got one! A Darener
  • Score: -1

1:47pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

LOL You have to reduce your losses by £25million this season to become compliant you fool.

Of course you can't bring in additions, the trouble is you have to sell the ones you have, and since no one wants the likes of Leon Best and DJ Gamble, you'll have to sell the remaining high earners. And that's when things will get really funny!
LOL You have to reduce your losses by £25million this season to become compliant you fool. Of course you can't bring in additions, the trouble is you have to sell the ones you have, and since no one wants the likes of Leon Best and DJ Gamble, you'll have to sell the remaining high earners. And that's when things will get really funny! Super Claret
  • Score: -4

2:16pm Mon 23 Jun 14

A Darener says...

And what happens if we don't? Do the league throw us out of business?
And what happens if we don't? Do the league throw us out of business? A Darener
  • Score: 2

2:18pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Administration..... Relegation.... Points deduction.....

It's all heading your way.
Administration..... Relegation.... Points deduction..... It's all heading your way. Super Claret
  • Score: -1

2:22pm Mon 23 Jun 14

French Rover says...

owd nick wrote:
Brown has signed and Rovers are rumoured to be interested in Baptiste from Bolton, who can play centre half and right back.
Brown is a good squad player who can come in and do a job when needed, Dinnie fans are really peeved he is leaving so that says a lot.

As for Babtiste well its the other way round, the Wanderers fans cant wait to see the back of him. He gave a couple of pens away and got some silly bookings towards the end of last season and was dropped pretty sharpish by Freedman.

Yes to Brown but a definite NO to Babtiste.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Brown has signed and Rovers are rumoured to be interested in Baptiste from Bolton, who can play centre half and right back.[/p][/quote]Brown is a good squad player who can come in and do a job when needed, Dinnie fans are really peeved he is leaving so that says a lot. As for Babtiste well its the other way round, the Wanderers fans cant wait to see the back of him. He gave a couple of pens away and got some silly bookings towards the end of last season and was dropped pretty sharpish by Freedman. Yes to Brown but a definite NO to Babtiste. French Rover
  • Score: 4

2:27pm Mon 23 Jun 14

A Darener says...

Super Claret wrote:
Administration..... Relegation.... Points deduction.....

It's all heading your way.
So what?
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Administration..... Relegation.... Points deduction..... It's all heading your way.[/p][/quote]So what? A Darener
  • Score: 2

2:39pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

If only Jack Walker could see what you clowns have done to his club.

Shameful.
If only Jack Walker could see what you clowns have done to his club. Shameful. Super Claret
  • Score: -3

2:45pm Mon 23 Jun 14

A Darener says...

Point of order. It is the Venky's not the fans that have got the club in the position it is in. The fans have had NO say in the goings on.
Point of order. It is the Venky's not the fans that have got the club in the position it is in. The fans have had NO say in the goings on. A Darener
  • Score: 2

2:47pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Lurid67 says...

Fantastic news that the pension theif has been booted or walked - scumbag
Fantastic news that the pension theif has been booted or walked - scumbag Lurid67
  • Score: 2

2:54pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Wrong.

The fans of Blackburn Rovers have caused the unrest in the squad through their continued booing and pressuring of the players and managers and thereby contributed to the poor performances that resulted in relegation.

The fans of Blackburn Rovers should hang their heads in shame for their part in the demise of Blackburn Rovers.

In short, you got what you deserved.

Disgraceful support.
Wrong. The fans of Blackburn Rovers have caused the unrest in the squad through their continued booing and pressuring of the players and managers and thereby contributed to the poor performances that resulted in relegation. The fans of Blackburn Rovers should hang their heads in shame for their part in the demise of Blackburn Rovers. In short, you got what you deserved. Disgraceful support. Super Claret
  • Score: 0

3:06pm Mon 23 Jun 14

A Darener says...

The poor performances that resulted in relegation were caused exclusively by a lying, cheating, obnoxious excuse for a human beng. The rest was caused by naive owners who did not have a clue as to what they were doing.
Now this ground has been covered extensively over the last three years.
We are now on an upward curve and whatever you and your fellow so called Burnley fans say rovers fans are a lot happier than they were and will play their part in getting the club back where it belongs, passing Burnley on their way.
The poor performances that resulted in relegation were caused exclusively by a lying, cheating, obnoxious excuse for a human beng. The rest was caused by naive owners who did not have a clue as to what they were doing. Now this ground has been covered extensively over the last three years. We are now on an upward curve and whatever you and your fellow so called Burnley fans say rovers fans are a lot happier than they were and will play their part in getting the club back where it belongs, passing Burnley on their way. A Darener
  • Score: 3

3:15pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

But you are where you belong. Back in good old division 2 now that all the money has gone.

The rightful order has been restored, as they say.
But you are where you belong. Back in good old division 2 now that all the money has gone. The rightful order has been restored, as they say. Super Claret
  • Score: -1

3:22pm Mon 23 Jun 14

bburnrover says...

The reason Baptiste is available is that he made too many inexcusable gaffs so was dropped why would GB want that at Ewood? Are we so hard up?
The reason Baptiste is available is that he made too many inexcusable gaffs so was dropped why would GB want that at Ewood? Are we so hard up? bburnrover
  • Score: 2

3:31pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Please, please sign Baptiste. I've seen this lad play and he's an absolute liability. He will fit in well at your place. Go on, you know it makes sense.
Please, please sign Baptiste. I've seen this lad play and he's an absolute liability. He will fit in well at your place. Go on, you know it makes sense. Super Claret
  • Score: 0

5:52pm Mon 23 Jun 14

dangerous dave says...

owd nick wrote:
French Rover wrote:
dangerous dave wrote:
MatthewCA wrote:
Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half.

enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect
what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
DD stays true to his never-ending storyline....Go Dave Go!
Yes. Really Dave. Please. Go.

As for Dunny staying at Ewood, well either playing or not playing then he is an asset to the club. A local lad made good who spent most of his career with the club he always supported. Not many of these kind of players around these days especially in the higher divisions.
Agree with both Frenchie and Matt.

As for Dave the Doughnut, well, yet another racist hate filled rant, loaded with insults at real fans because they dare to have an opinion that doesn't agree with his myopic rants.

Rovers are not in severe financial difficulty.

- The bulk of their debts from previous seasons is owed directly to Venky's themselves, they have openly stipulated that this is interest free and that there is no set date or requirement for repayment.

- The debt does not affect FFP, which is based on the income and expenditure for each season, the season we will be judged on is the 2013 - 2014 season.

- Yes we are falling foul of FFP for the season just gone, but Rovers have done a great deal to reduce costs during that season, over 30 players removed from the books, the only real concerns in my mind are the salaries of the 5 transfer listed players, which Rovers can't do anything about.

- Until the FA tell Rovers what the imposed sanctions will be everything is pure speculation, and everyone appears to forget that the club will have the opportunity to question the sanctions if they choose to do so.

With the work they have done to reduce costs, the intransigence of the 5 remaining players and the plan to be compliant within 2 seasons I suspect they have a pretty decent case.

As for Dunny ignore the idiot troll, if he is offered a new contract it will be based on the current wage structure at Ewood, not on some fanciful figures plucked out of mid air.
Yes this chap like one or two others _ idiot!
I m no racist and have never made one racist comment - yes a bottom of the barrel comment from mr nick who has to redort to this when he knows theres some truth in what i say
Out with the cowboys and indians. ( indian owners not racist)
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half. enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect[/p][/quote]what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]DD stays true to his never-ending storyline....Go Dave Go! Yes. Really Dave. Please. Go. As for Dunny staying at Ewood, well either playing or not playing then he is an asset to the club. A local lad made good who spent most of his career with the club he always supported. Not many of these kind of players around these days especially in the higher divisions.[/p][/quote]Agree with both Frenchie and Matt. As for Dave the Doughnut, well, yet another racist hate filled rant, loaded with insults at real fans because they dare to have an opinion that doesn't agree with his myopic rants. Rovers are not in severe financial difficulty. - The bulk of their debts from previous seasons is owed directly to Venky's themselves, they have openly stipulated that this is interest free and that there is no set date or requirement for repayment. - The debt does not affect FFP, which is based on the income and expenditure for each season, the season we will be judged on is the 2013 - 2014 season. - Yes we are falling foul of FFP for the season just gone, but Rovers have done a great deal to reduce costs during that season, over 30 players removed from the books, the only real concerns in my mind are the salaries of the 5 transfer listed players, which Rovers can't do anything about. - Until the FA tell Rovers what the imposed sanctions will be everything is pure speculation, and everyone appears to forget that the club will have the opportunity to question the sanctions if they choose to do so. With the work they have done to reduce costs, the intransigence of the 5 remaining players and the plan to be compliant within 2 seasons I suspect they have a pretty decent case. As for Dunny ignore the idiot troll, if he is offered a new contract it will be based on the current wage structure at Ewood, not on some fanciful figures plucked out of mid air.[/p][/quote]Yes this chap like one or two others _ idiot! I m no racist and have never made one racist comment - yes a bottom of the barrel comment from mr nick who has to redort to this when he knows theres some truth in what i say Out with the cowboys and indians. ( indian owners not racist) dangerous dave
  • Score: -1

7:20pm Mon 23 Jun 14

tugay 4 ever says...

No, no, no to Baptiste.....friends of mine Wanderers fans .......can't wait to see the back if him. Lazy, lacking in discipline , free loader .Just what we don't want!
No, no, no to Baptiste.....friends of mine Wanderers fans .......can't wait to see the back if him. Lazy, lacking in discipline , free loader .Just what we don't want! tugay 4 ever
  • Score: 4

7:21pm Mon 23 Jun 14

roverstid says...

A Darener wrote:
The poor performances that resulted in relegation were caused exclusively by a lying, cheating, obnoxious excuse for a human beng. The rest was caused by naive owners who did not have a clue as to what they were doing.
Now this ground has been covered extensively over the last three years.
We are now on an upward curve and whatever you and your fellow so called Burnley fans say rovers fans are a lot happier than they were and will play their part in getting the club back where it belongs, passing Burnley on their way.
That last statement about the upward curve is why souper claret and his multiple accounts are so panicky. Says a lot that even AFTER promotion there star hitman refuses to come forward and sign a new contract.

Not so much squeaky as fungus infested bum time for the turdmeistas.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: The poor performances that resulted in relegation were caused exclusively by a lying, cheating, obnoxious excuse for a human beng. The rest was caused by naive owners who did not have a clue as to what they were doing. Now this ground has been covered extensively over the last three years. We are now on an upward curve and whatever you and your fellow so called Burnley fans say rovers fans are a lot happier than they were and will play their part in getting the club back where it belongs, passing Burnley on their way.[/p][/quote]That last statement about the upward curve is why souper claret and his multiple accounts are so panicky. Says a lot that even AFTER promotion there star hitman refuses to come forward and sign a new contract. Not so much squeaky as fungus infested bum time for the turdmeistas. roverstid
  • Score: 3

8:24pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Super Claret . says...

Super Claret wrote:
And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation.

Sign him up!
Because I LUUURVE him x
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: And considering Dunn wouldn't get out of bed for less than £20k a week expect a further massive drain on your already desperate financial situation. Sign him up![/p][/quote]Because I LUUURVE him x Super Claret .
  • Score: -2

10:08pm Mon 23 Jun 14

owd nick says...

dangerous dave wrote:
owd nick wrote:
French Rover wrote:
dangerous dave wrote:
MatthewCA wrote:
Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half.

enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect
what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
DD stays true to his never-ending storyline....Go Dave Go!
Yes. Really Dave. Please. Go.

As for Dunny staying at Ewood, well either playing or not playing then he is an asset to the club. A local lad made good who spent most of his career with the club he always supported. Not many of these kind of players around these days especially in the higher divisions.
Agree with both Frenchie and Matt.

As for Dave the Doughnut, well, yet another racist hate filled rant, loaded with insults at real fans because they dare to have an opinion that doesn't agree with his myopic rants.

Rovers are not in severe financial difficulty.

- The bulk of their debts from previous seasons is owed directly to Venky's themselves, they have openly stipulated that this is interest free and that there is no set date or requirement for repayment.

- The debt does not affect FFP, which is based on the income and expenditure for each season, the season we will be judged on is the 2013 - 2014 season.

- Yes we are falling foul of FFP for the season just gone, but Rovers have done a great deal to reduce costs during that season, over 30 players removed from the books, the only real concerns in my mind are the salaries of the 5 transfer listed players, which Rovers can't do anything about.

- Until the FA tell Rovers what the imposed sanctions will be everything is pure speculation, and everyone appears to forget that the club will have the opportunity to question the sanctions if they choose to do so.

With the work they have done to reduce costs, the intransigence of the 5 remaining players and the plan to be compliant within 2 seasons I suspect they have a pretty decent case.

As for Dunny ignore the idiot troll, if he is offered a new contract it will be based on the current wage structure at Ewood, not on some fanciful figures plucked out of mid air.
Yes this chap like one or two others _ idiot!
I m no racist and have never made one racist comment - yes a bottom of the barrel comment from mr nick who has to redort to this when he knows theres some truth in what i say
Out with the cowboys and indians. ( indian owners not racist)
Whats a redort?
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Dunn is Energy for the club, where he can play odd matchs or not, if he stand in the dressing room during the break is good enough for the young group to re-energise for the second half. enjoy to watch his celebration after the goal :)) DunnEffect[/p][/quote]what a plonker you are - you can get cheaper energy from EDF - very expensive dressing room stand in when the club is in severe financial difficulty - but your statement sums up a lot of posters on here - got their heads in the bucket and when not in the bucket cant see the wood from the trees with their blue and white tinted glasses - what a way to run a business!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]DD stays true to his never-ending storyline....Go Dave Go! Yes. Really Dave. Please. Go. As for Dunny staying at Ewood, well either playing or not playing then he is an asset to the club. A local lad made good who spent most of his career with the club he always supported. Not many of these kind of players around these days especially in the higher divisions.[/p][/quote]Agree with both Frenchie and Matt. As for Dave the Doughnut, well, yet another racist hate filled rant, loaded with insults at real fans because they dare to have an opinion that doesn't agree with his myopic rants. Rovers are not in severe financial difficulty. - The bulk of their debts from previous seasons is owed directly to Venky's themselves, they have openly stipulated that this is interest free and that there is no set date or requirement for repayment. - The debt does not affect FFP, which is based on the income and expenditure for each season, the season we will be judged on is the 2013 - 2014 season. - Yes we are falling foul of FFP for the season just gone, but Rovers have done a great deal to reduce costs during that season, over 30 players removed from the books, the only real concerns in my mind are the salaries of the 5 transfer listed players, which Rovers can't do anything about. - Until the FA tell Rovers what the imposed sanctions will be everything is pure speculation, and everyone appears to forget that the club will have the opportunity to question the sanctions if they choose to do so. With the work they have done to reduce costs, the intransigence of the 5 remaining players and the plan to be compliant within 2 seasons I suspect they have a pretty decent case. As for Dunny ignore the idiot troll, if he is offered a new contract it will be based on the current wage structure at Ewood, not on some fanciful figures plucked out of mid air.[/p][/quote]Yes this chap like one or two others _ idiot! I m no racist and have never made one racist comment - yes a bottom of the barrel comment from mr nick who has to redort to this when he knows theres some truth in what i say Out with the cowboys and indians. ( indian owners not racist)[/p][/quote]Whats a redort? owd nick
  • Score: 1

10:09pm Mon 23 Jun 14

owd nick says...

tugay 4 ever wrote:
No, no, no to Baptiste.....friends of mine Wanderers fans .......can't wait to see the back if him. Lazy, lacking in discipline , free loader .Just what we don't want!
Hey...I was only reporting a rumour! :-)
[quote][p][bold]tugay 4 ever[/bold] wrote: No, no, no to Baptiste.....friends of mine Wanderers fans .......can't wait to see the back if him. Lazy, lacking in discipline , free loader .Just what we don't want![/p][/quote]Hey...I was only reporting a rumour! :-) owd nick
  • Score: 1

10:55pm Mon 23 Jun 14

garyintandem says...

Super Claret wrote:
Super Claret... wrote:
Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC
Might have worked if you'd got in their first Mungo, sadly you messed it up yet again and leave yourself looking like a desperate no-dad once more.

Dunny couldn't save you by cheating this time could he?

David Dunn 1 - 2 Burnley

And the icing on the cake, poor old Dunny crying like a baby on the touchline as the final whistle blew, a sorry sight and yet hilarious in equal measure. I'd love you clowns to sign him up on another £20k+ a week contract, go on you know it makes sense!
Whilst Dunny was on the pitch: Dunny 1 Dingles 0. Cretin
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret...[/bold] wrote: Lets be fair he will make a great coach Dunn when he retires, he always did it against us got to give him that. Respect where its due i say, he has Rovers in his heart, your version of the great Peter Noble. UTC[/p][/quote]Might have worked if you'd got in their first Mungo, sadly you messed it up yet again and leave yourself looking like a desperate no-dad once more. Dunny couldn't save you by cheating this time could he? David Dunn 1 - 2 Burnley And the icing on the cake, poor old Dunny crying like a baby on the touchline as the final whistle blew, a sorry sight and yet hilarious in equal measure. I'd love you clowns to sign him up on another £20k+ a week contract, go on you know it makes sense![/p][/quote]Whilst Dunny was on the pitch: Dunny 1 Dingles 0. Cretin garyintandem
  • Score: -3

8:55am Tue 24 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Sadly the games does not end when the chubby one is withdrawn.

Final score 1 - 2.

Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.

Dunn Cried.

Burnley went up.
Sadly the games does not end when the chubby one is withdrawn. Final score 1 - 2. Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park. Dunn Cried. Burnley went up. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 1

10:11pm Tue 24 Jun 14

Angry From Accrington says...

A Darener wrote:
The poor performances that resulted in relegation were caused exclusively by a lying, cheating, obnoxious excuse for a human beng. The rest was caused by naive owners who did not have a clue as to what they were doing.
Now this ground has been covered extensively over the last three years.
We are now on an upward curve and whatever you and your fellow so called Burnley fans say rovers fans are a lot happier than they were and will play their part in getting the club back where it belongs, passing Burnley on their way.
Further point of order. Our support, even in the Premiership was not solid enough to sustain the club which is why the Treacherous Walker Trust sold out to the first naive bidder. Then our so called faithful, like yourself, bailed out . When the going got tough, the not so tough got going and probably won't be back until we are in the Premiership. Blame Kean and the Indian owners all you like but proper supporters have moved on.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: The poor performances that resulted in relegation were caused exclusively by a lying, cheating, obnoxious excuse for a human beng. The rest was caused by naive owners who did not have a clue as to what they were doing. Now this ground has been covered extensively over the last three years. We are now on an upward curve and whatever you and your fellow so called Burnley fans say rovers fans are a lot happier than they were and will play their part in getting the club back where it belongs, passing Burnley on their way.[/p][/quote]Further point of order. Our support, even in the Premiership was not solid enough to sustain the club which is why the Treacherous Walker Trust sold out to the first naive bidder. Then our so called faithful, like yourself, bailed out . When the going got tough, the not so tough got going and probably won't be back until we are in the Premiership. Blame Kean and the Indian owners all you like but proper supporters have moved on. Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 0

8:18am Wed 25 Jun 14

A Darener says...

"The proper supporters have moved on!" So you consider me an improper supporter? whilst I will never forget what Kean did to the club I am now, after Mrs D's attempt at an apology prepared to accept that what the Venky's have done to Blackburn Rovers was purely down to their naivity. Over the last twelve months after the debacle of all the different managers, PR men, CH, etc the Venky's have shown that they are prepared to listen to sound advice, that was all the supporters ever wanted. Now with GB at the helm, left alone to get on with the job of rebuilding, not just the team, but the reputation of our once great club things are slowly starting to improve. At the current rate those that boycotted the club for obvious reasons will I hope start to trickle back to support GB and the team, irrespective of what division the club is in. Although like all clubs there will be the glory hunters who will stay away until a PL return is achieved. This season probably is a make or break season for a lot of reasons so I for one will hopefully be amongst those that return to the fold.
There can be no better incentive than having to watch Burnley in the PL gloating over our plight
"The proper supporters have moved on!" So you consider me an improper supporter? whilst I will never forget what Kean did to the club I am now, after Mrs D's attempt at an apology prepared to accept that what the Venky's have done to Blackburn Rovers was purely down to their naivity. Over the last twelve months after the debacle of all the different managers, PR men, CH, etc the Venky's have shown that they are prepared to listen to sound advice, that was all the supporters ever wanted. Now with GB at the helm, left alone to get on with the job of rebuilding, not just the team, but the reputation of our once great club things are slowly starting to improve. At the current rate those that boycotted the club for obvious reasons will I hope start to trickle back to support GB and the team, irrespective of what division the club is in. Although like all clubs there will be the glory hunters who will stay away until a PL return is achieved. This season probably is a make or break season for a lot of reasons so I for one will hopefully be amongst those that return to the fold. There can be no better incentive than having to watch Burnley in the PL gloating over our plight A Darener
  • Score: 1

8:29pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Angry From Accrington says...

A Darener wrote:
"The proper supporters have moved on!" So you consider me an improper supporter? whilst I will never forget what Kean did to the club I am now, after Mrs D's attempt at an apology prepared to accept that what the Venky's have done to Blackburn Rovers was purely down to their naivity. Over the last twelve months after the debacle of all the different managers, PR men, CH, etc the Venky's have shown that they are prepared to listen to sound advice, that was all the supporters ever wanted. Now with GB at the helm, left alone to get on with the job of rebuilding, not just the team, but the reputation of our once great club things are slowly starting to improve. At the current rate those that boycotted the club for obvious reasons will I hope start to trickle back to support GB and the team, irrespective of what division the club is in. Although like all clubs there will be the glory hunters who will stay away until a PL return is achieved. This season probably is a make or break season for a lot of reasons so I for one will hopefully be amongst those that return to the fold.
There can be no better incentive than having to watch Burnley in the PL gloating over our plight
Does this man you will be going to the games? If so, welcome back
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: "The proper supporters have moved on!" So you consider me an improper supporter? whilst I will never forget what Kean did to the club I am now, after Mrs D's attempt at an apology prepared to accept that what the Venky's have done to Blackburn Rovers was purely down to their naivity. Over the last twelve months after the debacle of all the different managers, PR men, CH, etc the Venky's have shown that they are prepared to listen to sound advice, that was all the supporters ever wanted. Now with GB at the helm, left alone to get on with the job of rebuilding, not just the team, but the reputation of our once great club things are slowly starting to improve. At the current rate those that boycotted the club for obvious reasons will I hope start to trickle back to support GB and the team, irrespective of what division the club is in. Although like all clubs there will be the glory hunters who will stay away until a PL return is achieved. This season probably is a make or break season for a lot of reasons so I for one will hopefully be amongst those that return to the fold. There can be no better incentive than having to watch Burnley in the PL gloating over our plight[/p][/quote]Does this man you will be going to the games? If so, welcome back Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 0

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