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Baird completes West Bromwich Albion move

Lancashire Telegraph: Chris Baird Chris Baird

CHRIS Baird has this morning completed his move to West Bromwich Albion on a one-year contract.

Baird spent the end of the 2013/14 at Burnley on a short-term deal but his family is based in the south and the 32-year-old has decided to accept an offer from the Baggies.

The defender has signed a 12-month deal with an option for a further year.

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11:44am Mon 7 Jul 14

ReluctantNicko says...

Scraping the barrel a bit with this story.
Scraping the barrel a bit with this story. ReluctantNicko
  • Score: 1

11:50am Mon 7 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Its good to see him holding the shirt prior to signing, oh, hang on a minute you mean he too has signed for someone else? There's no smoke without fire
Its good to see him holding the shirt prior to signing, oh, hang on a minute you mean he too has signed for someone else? There's no smoke without fire AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -14

11:51am Mon 7 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

ReluctantNicko wrote:
Scraping the barrel a bit with this story.
That's the Blackburn Telegraph way, flood the messageboard with stories that are detrimental to Burnley to invite loads of comments from the jealous, hairless chimps from down the M65.

We offered him a deal, he wanted to stay closer to his home, he was also always going to be an understudy for Trippier at best, so he decided to move to WBA.

Nothing to see here, move along.
[quote][p][bold]ReluctantNicko[/bold] wrote: Scraping the barrel a bit with this story.[/p][/quote]That's the Blackburn Telegraph way, flood the messageboard with stories that are detrimental to Burnley to invite loads of comments from the jealous, hairless chimps from down the M65. We offered him a deal, he wanted to stay closer to his home, he was also always going to be an understudy for Trippier at best, so he decided to move to WBA. Nothing to see here, move along. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 8

12:17pm Mon 7 Jul 14

A Darener says...

We offered him a deal, he wanted to stay closer to his home"
Closer to his home? His family live in the South! West Brom? I thought that was in the midlands! Not that much nearer.
Just admit it, nobody wants to come to Burnley even if they are in the PL.
We offered him a deal, he wanted to stay closer to his home" Closer to his home? His family live in the South! West Brom? I thought that was in the midlands! Not that much nearer. Just admit it, nobody wants to come to Burnley even if they are in the PL. A Darener
  • Score: -6

12:26pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Rovertheedge says...

Ooops another slipped through the net, if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak
Ooops another slipped through the net, if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak Rovertheedge
  • Score: -6

12:36pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

"if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak"

Not exactly......


"Burnley could steal a march on Cardiff City in the battle to sign Manchester United's highly-rated defender Michael Keane on loan.

The 21-year-old is again set to be farmed out to gain more experience, having had successful spells in the Championship at Derby County and Blackburn Rovers last season.

Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been speaking to his former club about taking him on a 12-month loan and thought he had jumped to the front of the queue.

But United are believed to be keen on the idea of keeping Keane in the north west and Burnley want him to bolster their chances of staying in the Premier League next term.

The Clarets recently signed midfielder Matt Taylor on a free transfer and manager Sean Dyche has already been told he can have the funds to pay Keane's wages."


Poor old Blackburn Rovers....
"if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak" Not exactly...... "Burnley could steal a march on Cardiff City in the battle to sign Manchester United's highly-rated defender Michael Keane on loan. The 21-year-old is again set to be farmed out to gain more experience, having had successful spells in the Championship at Derby County and Blackburn Rovers last season. Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been speaking to his former club about taking him on a 12-month loan and thought he had jumped to the front of the queue. But United are believed to be keen on the idea of keeping Keane in the north west and Burnley want him to bolster their chances of staying in the Premier League next term. The Clarets recently signed midfielder Matt Taylor on a free transfer and manager Sean Dyche has already been told he can have the funds to pay Keane's wages." Poor old Blackburn Rovers.... Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 7

12:38pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

This guy lives just north of Newbury. He is 90 miles from West Brom. Burnley is 210 miles from his home. He does not wish to relocate. With the West Brom he doesn't have to relocate. With the Burnley one he would have to. If a Premier offer had come in closer than West Brom he would have taken it.

However much the no-dads twist it roll it or cut it, this is not an anti-Burnley FC thing. Its a matter of practicality for a guy and the lifestyle wishes of his family. Pick an argument on this one and you take an unstoppable automatic spanking.
This guy lives just north of Newbury. He is 90 miles from West Brom. Burnley is 210 miles from his home. He does not wish to relocate. With the West Brom he doesn't have to relocate. With the Burnley one he would have to. If a Premier offer had come in closer than West Brom he would have taken it. However much the no-dads twist it roll it or cut it, this is not an anti-Burnley FC thing. Its a matter of practicality for a guy and the lifestyle wishes of his family. Pick an argument on this one and you take an unstoppable automatic spanking. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 5

12:39pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

A Darener wrote:
We offered him a deal, he wanted to stay closer to his home"
Closer to his home? His family live in the South! West Brom? I thought that was in the midlands! Not that much nearer.
Just admit it, nobody wants to come to Burnley even if they are in the PL.
Very poor indeed by your standards.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: We offered him a deal, he wanted to stay closer to his home" Closer to his home? His family live in the South! West Brom? I thought that was in the midlands! Not that much nearer. Just admit it, nobody wants to come to Burnley even if they are in the PL.[/p][/quote]Very poor indeed by your standards. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 5

12:42pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Rovertheedge says...

Not sure about WBA new kit by the way looks like a dingle one.

A few quotes from Baird:

'after spending time in Burnley I struggled to get used to the brown tap water, it made me ill'
'I found it strange when I was offered 6 fingered gloved for the matches during a cold day'
'Dyche contacted me about a return, but I didn't like they way he touched me the last time'
Not sure about WBA new kit by the way looks like a dingle one. A few quotes from Baird: 'after spending time in Burnley I struggled to get used to the brown tap water, it made me ill' 'I found it strange when I was offered 6 fingered gloved for the matches during a cold day' 'Dyche contacted me about a return, but I didn't like they way he touched me the last time' Rovertheedge
  • Score: -7

12:48pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
Not sure about WBA new kit by the way looks like a dingle one.

A few quotes from Baird:

'after spending time in Burnley I struggled to get used to the brown tap water, it made me ill'
'I found it strange when I was offered 6 fingered gloved for the matches during a cold day'
'Dyche contacted me about a return, but I didn't like they way he touched me the last time'
What a quality guy you are. Less banterer, more of a twa.terer.
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Not sure about WBA new kit by the way looks like a dingle one. A few quotes from Baird: 'after spending time in Burnley I struggled to get used to the brown tap water, it made me ill' 'I found it strange when I was offered 6 fingered gloved for the matches during a cold day' 'Dyche contacted me about a return, but I didn't like they way he touched me the last time'[/p][/quote]What a quality guy you are. Less banterer, more of a twa.terer. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 7

12:51pm Mon 7 Jul 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Sky + MOTD, cant wait RTID
Sky + MOTD, cant wait RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: -4

1:04pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Claretcert says...

Odd to me that fans of one club are so desperate for bad news about another they latch on to what's a bit of a non-story like drowning men in a fight over driftwood in a storm. He wasn't going to sign and while Burnley fans and most of the media knew this yet the LET and the Blackburn trolls it panders to think otherwise. And not only are they outside the loop, we see above their creepy obsession with injuries to key players - again of another club. The news coming out of Ewood is not good, so hate directed at Burnley is maybe therapeutic for such saddos. A player doesn't sign for us, we're doomed. A player signs for us, we're doomed. At the same time their own club fly tips players just to stay afloat, players we have no interest in by the way. Millionaires create by the most bloated, unsustainable, car crash of a club. Blackburn have spent more reimbursing sacked managers than Dyche on transfers, but no matter, the goons must gave their daily fix if bile and the LET just loves to provide an excuse
Odd to me that fans of one club are so desperate for bad news about another they latch on to what's a bit of a non-story like drowning men in a fight over driftwood in a storm. He wasn't going to sign and while Burnley fans and most of the media knew this yet the LET and the Blackburn trolls it panders to think otherwise. And not only are they outside the loop, we see above their creepy obsession with injuries to key players - again of another club. The news coming out of Ewood is not good, so hate directed at Burnley is maybe therapeutic for such saddos. A player doesn't sign for us, we're doomed. A player signs for us, we're doomed. At the same time their own club fly tips players just to stay afloat, players we have no interest in by the way. Millionaires create by the most bloated, unsustainable, car crash of a club. Blackburn have spent more reimbursing sacked managers than Dyche on transfers, but no matter, the goons must gave their daily fix if bile and the LET just loves to provide an excuse Claretcert
  • Score: 5

1:05pm Mon 7 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
"if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak"

Not exactly......


"Burnley could steal a march on Cardiff City in the battle to sign Manchester United's highly-rated defender Michael Keane on loan.

The 21-year-old is again set to be farmed out to gain more experience, having had successful spells in the Championship at Derby County and Blackburn Rovers last season.

Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been speaking to his former club about taking him on a 12-month loan and thought he had jumped to the front of the queue.

But United are believed to be keen on the idea of keeping Keane in the north west and Burnley want him to bolster their chances of staying in the Premier League next term.

The Clarets recently signed midfielder Matt Taylor on a free transfer and manager Sean Dyche has already been told he can have the funds to pay Keane's wages."


Poor old Blackburn Rovers....
Once Keane sees the facilities, he'll sign in a heart beat
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: "if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak" Not exactly...... "Burnley could steal a march on Cardiff City in the battle to sign Manchester United's highly-rated defender Michael Keane on loan. The 21-year-old is again set to be farmed out to gain more experience, having had successful spells in the Championship at Derby County and Blackburn Rovers last season. Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been speaking to his former club about taking him on a 12-month loan and thought he had jumped to the front of the queue. But United are believed to be keen on the idea of keeping Keane in the north west and Burnley want him to bolster their chances of staying in the Premier League next term. The Clarets recently signed midfielder Matt Taylor on a free transfer and manager Sean Dyche has already been told he can have the funds to pay Keane's wages." Poor old Blackburn Rovers....[/p][/quote]Once Keane sees the facilities, he'll sign in a heart beat AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

1:07pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD, cant wait RTID
What, are Blackburn playing on MOTD?

No of course they aren't, it is just for the TOP 20 teams in the country, and yet this toothless inbred can't wait to record his rival's matches on Sky????

To be honest it is good to see that Blackburn fans are getting behind Lancashire's number one club by watching the games religiously on MOTD. If you can save up your giro for a few months sunshine you might even be able to afford Sky, they have a thing on there called 'Football First' which allows fans to watch the entire PREMIER LEAGUE game of their choice - go for it my deluded, gimp-mask wearing chum, you know it makes sense, you will then be able to watch the entire match of your Claret and Blue heros.
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD, cant wait RTID[/p][/quote]What, are Blackburn playing on MOTD? No of course they aren't, it is just for the TOP 20 teams in the country, and yet this toothless inbred can't wait to record his rival's matches on Sky???? To be honest it is good to see that Blackburn fans are getting behind Lancashire's number one club by watching the games religiously on MOTD. If you can save up your giro for a few months sunshine you might even be able to afford Sky, they have a thing on there called 'Football First' which allows fans to watch the entire PREMIER LEAGUE game of their choice - go for it my deluded, gimp-mask wearing chum, you know it makes sense, you will then be able to watch the entire match of your Claret and Blue heros. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 13

1:10pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
"if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak"

Not exactly......


"Burnley could steal a march on Cardiff City in the battle to sign Manchester United's highly-rated defender Michael Keane on loan.

The 21-year-old is again set to be farmed out to gain more experience, having had successful spells in the Championship at Derby County and Blackburn Rovers last season.

Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been speaking to his former club about taking him on a 12-month loan and thought he had jumped to the front of the queue.

But United are believed to be keen on the idea of keeping Keane in the north west and Burnley want him to bolster their chances of staying in the Premier League next term.

The Clarets recently signed midfielder Matt Taylor on a free transfer and manager Sean Dyche has already been told he can have the funds to pay Keane's wages."


Poor old Blackburn Rovers....
Once Keane sees the facilities, he'll sign in a heart beat
Now it looks like Keane has a choice - sign for a mid-table Division Two nothing team like Blackburn.....

Or.. sign for a Premier League side like Burnley.

Get used to it Blackburn, we can outbid you easily, like we will when we take Cairney off your hands shortly.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: "if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak" Not exactly...... "Burnley could steal a march on Cardiff City in the battle to sign Manchester United's highly-rated defender Michael Keane on loan. The 21-year-old is again set to be farmed out to gain more experience, having had successful spells in the Championship at Derby County and Blackburn Rovers last season. Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been speaking to his former club about taking him on a 12-month loan and thought he had jumped to the front of the queue. But United are believed to be keen on the idea of keeping Keane in the north west and Burnley want him to bolster their chances of staying in the Premier League next term. The Clarets recently signed midfielder Matt Taylor on a free transfer and manager Sean Dyche has already been told he can have the funds to pay Keane's wages." Poor old Blackburn Rovers....[/p][/quote]Once Keane sees the facilities, he'll sign in a heart beat[/p][/quote]Now it looks like Keane has a choice - sign for a mid-table Division Two nothing team like Blackburn..... Or.. sign for a Premier League side like Burnley. Get used to it Blackburn, we can outbid you easily, like we will when we take Cairney off your hands shortly. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 8

1:11pm Mon 7 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
This guy lives just north of Newbury. He is 90 miles from West Brom. Burnley is 210 miles from his home. He does not wish to relocate. With the West Brom he doesn't have to relocate. With the Burnley one he would have to. If a Premier offer had come in closer than West Brom he would have taken it.

However much the no-dads twist it roll it or cut it, this is not an anti-Burnley FC thing. Its a matter of practicality for a guy and the lifestyle wishes of his family. Pick an argument on this one and you take an unstoppable automatic spanking.
Excuse number nine has them thumbing the aa route calculator amid massive face saving exercise
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: This guy lives just north of Newbury. He is 90 miles from West Brom. Burnley is 210 miles from his home. He does not wish to relocate. With the West Brom he doesn't have to relocate. With the Burnley one he would have to. If a Premier offer had come in closer than West Brom he would have taken it. However much the no-dads twist it roll it or cut it, this is not an anti-Burnley FC thing. Its a matter of practicality for a guy and the lifestyle wishes of his family. Pick an argument on this one and you take an unstoppable automatic spanking.[/p][/quote]Excuse number nine has them thumbing the aa route calculator amid massive face saving exercise AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

1:14pm Mon 7 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
"if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak"

Not exactly......


"Burnley could steal a march on Cardiff City in the battle to sign Manchester United's highly-rated defender Michael Keane on loan.

The 21-year-old is again set to be farmed out to gain more experience, having had successful spells in the Championship at Derby County and Blackburn Rovers last season.

Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been speaking to his former club about taking him on a 12-month loan and thought he had jumped to the front of the queue.

But United are believed to be keen on the idea of keeping Keane in the north west and Burnley want him to bolster their chances of staying in the Premier League next term.

The Clarets recently signed midfielder Matt Taylor on a free transfer and manager Sean Dyche has already been told he can have the funds to pay Keane's wages."


Poor old Blackburn Rovers....
Once Keane sees the facilities, he'll sign in a heart beat
Now it looks like Keane has a choice - sign for a mid-table Division Two nothing team like Blackburn.....

Or.. sign for a Premier League side like Burnley.

Get used to it Blackburn, we can outbid you easily, like we will when we take Cairney off your hands shortly.
United won't let a player go to a relegation rival, no way.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: "if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak" Not exactly...... "Burnley could steal a march on Cardiff City in the battle to sign Manchester United's highly-rated defender Michael Keane on loan. The 21-year-old is again set to be farmed out to gain more experience, having had successful spells in the Championship at Derby County and Blackburn Rovers last season. Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been speaking to his former club about taking him on a 12-month loan and thought he had jumped to the front of the queue. But United are believed to be keen on the idea of keeping Keane in the north west and Burnley want him to bolster their chances of staying in the Premier League next term. The Clarets recently signed midfielder Matt Taylor on a free transfer and manager Sean Dyche has already been told he can have the funds to pay Keane's wages." Poor old Blackburn Rovers....[/p][/quote]Once Keane sees the facilities, he'll sign in a heart beat[/p][/quote]Now it looks like Keane has a choice - sign for a mid-table Division Two nothing team like Blackburn..... Or.. sign for a Premier League side like Burnley. Get used to it Blackburn, we can outbid you easily, like we will when we take Cairney off your hands shortly.[/p][/quote]United won't let a player go to a relegation rival, no way. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -7

2:03pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Rovertheedge says...

Chucky boy has someone hit a nerve? Like pulling a hair out your nose
Chucky boy has someone hit a nerve? Like pulling a hair out your nose Rovertheedge
  • Score: -5

2:07pm Mon 7 Jul 14

eddio says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
ReluctantNicko wrote:
Scraping the barrel a bit with this story.
That's the Blackburn Telegraph way, flood the messageboard with stories that are detrimental to Burnley to invite loads of comments from the jealous, hairless chimps from down the M65.

We offered him a deal, he wanted to stay closer to his home, he was also always going to be an understudy for Trippier at best, so he decided to move to WBA.

Nothing to see here, move along.
Another self-delusional diatribe from the ChuckyEgg? You couldn't make it up!
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ReluctantNicko[/bold] wrote: Scraping the barrel a bit with this story.[/p][/quote]That's the Blackburn Telegraph way, flood the messageboard with stories that are detrimental to Burnley to invite loads of comments from the jealous, hairless chimps from down the M65. We offered him a deal, he wanted to stay closer to his home, he was also always going to be an understudy for Trippier at best, so he decided to move to WBA. Nothing to see here, move along.[/p][/quote]Another self-delusional diatribe from the ChuckyEgg? You couldn't make it up! eddio
  • Score: -6

2:43pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Those poor Blackburn horse whisperers.

Trying deperately to make some signings, but have no transfer funds due to the fact they have to pay off loads of their squad players.

Can only entice the likes of Luke Varney - a player not wanted by those footballing giants Leeds United and Chris 'The Lump' Brown who's massive NINE goals fired them to relegation.

Looks like Michael Keane is desperate to join Burnley instead of the dump that is Trampburn, Rhodes is on his way out and Cairney could be on his way to Burnley.

Lol, just lol.
Those poor Blackburn horse whisperers. Trying deperately to make some signings, but have no transfer funds due to the fact they have to pay off loads of their squad players. Can only entice the likes of Luke Varney - a player not wanted by those footballing giants Leeds United and Chris 'The Lump' Brown who's massive NINE goals fired them to relegation. Looks like Michael Keane is desperate to join Burnley instead of the dump that is Trampburn, Rhodes is on his way out and Cairney could be on his way to Burnley. Lol, just lol. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 7

2:50pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

Apart from Rhodes, who's heading to Norwich for talks apparently, I'd only really rate Cairney at Blackburn Rovers, certainly a decent young player with potential. Just think what Sean Dyche could do for the career of a player like Cairney... I'm sensing a transfer request might just be landing on Gary Bowyers desk in the not too distant future...
Apart from Rhodes, who's heading to Norwich for talks apparently, I'd only really rate Cairney at Blackburn Rovers, certainly a decent young player with potential. Just think what Sean Dyche could do for the career of a player like Cairney... I'm sensing a transfer request might just be landing on Gary Bowyers desk in the not too distant future... Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 5

5:20pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Claretcert says...

And at the end of another long day trolling the score remains Burnley 12: Blackburn humiliated. Come back soon guys the world can always do with laughs and you offer hilarity every day.
And at the end of another long day trolling the score remains Burnley 12: Blackburn humiliated. Come back soon guys the world can always do with laughs and you offer hilarity every day. Claretcert
  • Score: 7

10:09pm Mon 7 Jul 14

stevieclaret says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD, cant wait RTID
Sky + the championship as well because it is on far too late for you!
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD, cant wait RTID[/p][/quote]Sky + the championship as well because it is on far too late for you! stevieclaret
  • Score: 0

7:57am Tue 8 Jul 14

BlackburnRoversFC f*****g hate burnley says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
"if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak"

Not exactly......


"Burnley could steal a march on Cardiff City in the battle to sign Manchester United's highly-rated defender Michael Keane on loan.

The 21-year-old is again set to be farmed out to gain more experience, having had successful spells in the Championship at Derby County and Blackburn Rovers last season.

Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been speaking to his former club about taking him on a 12-month loan and thought he had jumped to the front of the queue.

But United are believed to be keen on the idea of keeping Keane in the north west and Burnley want him to bolster their chances of staying in the Premier League next term.

The Clarets recently signed midfielder Matt Taylor on a free transfer and manager Sean Dyche has already been told he can have the funds to pay Keane's wages."


Poor old Blackburn Rovers....
It's funny because any player that's has graced Ewood with the blue and white on burnley want that player... Same old burnley, obsessed with rovers!!!
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: "if Trip gets injured your up poopy creak" Not exactly...... "Burnley could steal a march on Cardiff City in the battle to sign Manchester United's highly-rated defender Michael Keane on loan. The 21-year-old is again set to be farmed out to gain more experience, having had successful spells in the Championship at Derby County and Blackburn Rovers last season. Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been speaking to his former club about taking him on a 12-month loan and thought he had jumped to the front of the queue. But United are believed to be keen on the idea of keeping Keane in the north west and Burnley want him to bolster their chances of staying in the Premier League next term. The Clarets recently signed midfielder Matt Taylor on a free transfer and manager Sean Dyche has already been told he can have the funds to pay Keane's wages." Poor old Blackburn Rovers....[/p][/quote]It's funny because any player that's has graced Ewood with the blue and white on burnley want that player... Same old burnley, obsessed with rovers!!! BlackburnRoversFC f*****g hate burnley
  • Score: -1

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