Kevin Gallacher column: Blackburn Rovers kit launch video was bit of fun

Blackburn Rovers’ kit launch video featuring well-known fan Alan ‘Birdy’ Birkbeck has divided opinion

Blackburn Rovers’ kit launch video featuring well-known fan Alan ‘Birdy’ Birkbeck has divided opinion

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WELL Blackburn Rovers’ kit launch has certainly got people talking.

When I watched the video for the first time I took it as being tongue in cheek.

It’s a bit of fun, it’s a bit of banter, and I found it funny.

But on social media it was clear there were fans who took the video the wrong way and said that it is embarrassing.

I don’t think it is.

When you look at adverts on television a lot of them are stupid but they do sell things.

That’s what Blackburn will be hoping the video will help them do with their new shirts.

And as I say, there’s no question it has got people talking about the kit.

Admittedly if you’re trying to sell a Blackburn Rovers shirt then 90 per cent of your target audience are going to be Blackburn Rovers fans.

But there is always that other 10 per cent and there will be Blackburn shirts all over the world.

And, with the video going viral, it might just reach them now as well.

But there’s no doubt the video has divided opinion – much like Ruben Rochina.

I see he scored two goals on Saturday and I would certainly make room for him in the Blackburn squad.

I’m an admirer of his.

But I’m also aware that other people aren’t.

That’s just the way he plays.

Sometimes it’s one ball for him and one ball for everybody else.

Sometimes he can play magnificently well and sometimes he will not turn up.

But I think you do need players who are exciting and Ruben is one of those players.

He’s had another loan spell in Spain, when he seemed to do quite well, and hopefully his time away has matured him a little bit and he has come back with a real freshness.

I’d hold on to him as he adds different dimension to all the forwards we’ve got now.

I think he could do a job out wide as he’s a good footballer who can adapt.

Yes we’ve got players who can play in those positions but I’m sure Ruben could push them.

I certainly wouldn’t be upset if he is still here come the opening game of the season on August 8.

But before then AFC Darwen entertain a Rovers XI on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Everyone at Darwen is really looking forward to the game and, who knows, maybe we’ll even see Ruben line up?

It should be a fantastic night for Darwen and it will be a great test for our lads to play against a big local side.

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1:56pm Wed 16 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4BurnIey says...

It IS embarrassing. Just like our wheeling and dealing in the transfer market. If this was the Dingles we'd be laughing ourselves silly. But it's not. It's us.
It IS embarrassing. Just like our wheeling and dealing in the transfer market. If this was the Dingles we'd be laughing ourselves silly. But it's not. It's us. AnotherPounding4BurnIey
  • Score: -32

1:58pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Stone Island: says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
Iey
wrote:
It IS embarrassing. Just like our wheeling and dealing in the transfer market. If this was the Dingles we'd be laughing ourselves silly. But it's not. It's us.
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[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn Iey[/bold] wrote: It IS embarrassing. Just like our wheeling and dealing in the transfer market. If this was the Dingles we'd be laughing ourselves silly. But it's not. It's us.[/p][/quote]http://www.nhs.uk/co nditions/schizophren ia/pages/introductio n.aspx Stone Island:
  • Score: 16

2:03pm Wed 16 Jul 14

mark anthony says...

It seems it's one big joke at ewood and the season hasn't started yet!!
It seems it's one big joke at ewood and the season hasn't started yet!! mark anthony
  • Score: -24

2:08pm Wed 16 Jul 14

WheresYourFamousSuicide? says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
Iey
wrote:
It IS embarrassing. Just like our wheeling and dealing in the transfer market. If this was the Dingles we'd be laughing ourselves silly. But it's not. It's us.
Fcuk Off
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn Iey[/bold] wrote: It IS embarrassing. Just like our wheeling and dealing in the transfer market. If this was the Dingles we'd be laughing ourselves silly. But it's not. It's us.[/p][/quote]Fcuk Off WheresYourFamousSuicide?
  • Score: 25

2:09pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Reg Rover says...

MARKETING GENIUS OR THE WORST PROMOTION VIDEO EVER?
Blackburn Rovers received National Radio coverage on TALKSPORT on Tuesday 15th July.
Unfortunately it was not for the best of reasons. Rovers were held to ridicule for their new promotion video (pic above) featuring the newly launched 2014 – 2015 shirt.
Listeners to TALKSPORT were urged to log onto the TALKSPORT website and view the video.
Having done so I can’t decide whether it is the worst promotion video I have ever seen or a stroke of marketing genius !
To have the video discussed on National Radio, in the National Press and shown on YouTube is pure genius in my view.
What do you think ?
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk
MARKETING GENIUS OR THE WORST PROMOTION VIDEO EVER? Blackburn Rovers received National Radio coverage on TALKSPORT on Tuesday 15th July. Unfortunately it was not for the best of reasons. Rovers were held to ridicule for their new promotion video (pic above) featuring the newly launched 2014 – 2015 shirt. Listeners to TALKSPORT were urged to log onto the TALKSPORT website and view the video. Having done so I can’t decide whether it is the worst promotion video I have ever seen or a stroke of marketing genius ! To have the video discussed on National Radio, in the National Press and shown on YouTube is pure genius in my view. What do you think ? Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk Reg Rover
  • Score: 29

2:18pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Reg Rover says...

MARKETING GENIUS OR THE WORST PROMOTION VIDEO EVER?

Blackburn Rovers received National Radio coverage on TALKSPORT on Tuesday 15th July.
Unfortunately it was not for the best of reasons. Rovers were held to ridicule for their new promotion video (pic above) featuring the newly launched 2014 – 2015 shirt.
Listeners to TALKSPORT were urged to log onto the TALKSPORT website and view the video.
Having done so I can’t decide whether it is the worst promotion video I have ever seen or a stroke of marketing genius !
To have the video discussed on National Radio, in the National Press and shown on YouTube is pure genius in my view.
What do you think ?
Reg.

Footnote:
The distinctive tones of Barry White have been removed and replaced with an alternative sound track on YouTube.
Does not have the same effect.
www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk
MARKETING GENIUS OR THE WORST PROMOTION VIDEO EVER? Blackburn Rovers received National Radio coverage on TALKSPORT on Tuesday 15th July. Unfortunately it was not for the best of reasons. Rovers were held to ridicule for their new promotion video (pic above) featuring the newly launched 2014 – 2015 shirt. Listeners to TALKSPORT were urged to log onto the TALKSPORT website and view the video. Having done so I can’t decide whether it is the worst promotion video I have ever seen or a stroke of marketing genius ! To have the video discussed on National Radio, in the National Press and shown on YouTube is pure genius in my view. What do you think ? Reg. Footnote: The distinctive tones of Barry White have been removed and replaced with an alternative sound track on YouTube. Does not have the same effect. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk Reg Rover
  • Score: -3

2:51pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Blueandwhitewolf says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
Iey
wrote:
It IS embarrassing. Just like our wheeling and dealing in the transfer market. If this was the Dingles we'd be laughing ourselves silly. But it's not. It's us.
So, who would you be looking to sign then?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn Iey[/bold] wrote: It IS embarrassing. Just like our wheeling and dealing in the transfer market. If this was the Dingles we'd be laughing ourselves silly. But it's not. It's us.[/p][/quote]So, who would you be looking to sign then? Blueandwhitewolf
  • Score: 9

3:00pm Wed 16 Jul 14

FCBurnley says...

Certainly funny for us Clarets. Ze Bras Rovers staying down for ever.
Certainly funny for us Clarets. Ze Bras Rovers staying down for ever. FCBurnley
  • Score: -13

3:09pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Reality50 says...

It was a humiliating embarrassment and BRFC took it down off YouTube last night in shame. You can still see the Barry White backed BRFC kit video though via other YouTube vendors
It was a humiliating embarrassment and BRFC took it down off YouTube last night in shame. You can still see the Barry White backed BRFC kit video though via other YouTube vendors Reality50
  • Score: -15

3:10pm Wed 16 Jul 14

claret777 says...

It was awful....the bloke must have been 60 odd...who was the young girl 40 years younger ? Was it supposed to be his girlfriend ? I just honestly thought it was embarrassing....no matter what team it was.
It was awful....the bloke must have been 60 odd...who was the young girl 40 years younger ? Was it supposed to be his girlfriend ? I just honestly thought it was embarrassing....no matter what team it was. claret777
  • Score: -11

3:18pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

It definitely was embarrassing for all the reasons mentioned above, and for all those who say it is just meant to be tongue in cheek, why have Blackburn taken the video down then?

It was meant to be serious, and ended up looking tacky and more than a little creepy at the same time - like a metaphor of Blackburn Rovers' last four years under Venkys' ownership.
It definitely was embarrassing for all the reasons mentioned above, and for all those who say it is just meant to be tongue in cheek, why have Blackburn taken the video down then? It was meant to be serious, and ended up looking tacky and more than a little creepy at the same time - like a metaphor of Blackburn Rovers' last four years under Venkys' ownership. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -10

3:21pm Wed 16 Jul 14

I am the voice of my own god says...

It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless
It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless I am the voice of my own god
  • Score: -13

3:26pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Bazzer says...

I am the voice of my own god wrote:
It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless
Not ALL of us were thrilled at the sacking of Big Sam.
[quote][p][bold]I am the voice of my own god[/bold] wrote: It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless[/p][/quote]Not ALL of us were thrilled at the sacking of Big Sam. Bazzer
  • Score: 9

3:30pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

You clowns are a disgrace to the championship.

A vile advertisement from a vile supporter which carries seriously warped undertones. It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the rul
You clowns are a disgrace to the championship. A vile advertisement from a vile supporter which carries seriously warped undertones. It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the rul Super CIaret
  • Score: -17

3:32pm Wed 16 Jul 14

burnleyglentoran says...

Relegation to league one

YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!!!
Relegation to league one YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!!! burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -12

3:33pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the ruling body forced them to.

Another embarrassment to our beautiful game and it comes courtesy of the clowns at Ewood Park.
It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the ruling body forced them to. Another embarrassment to our beautiful game and it comes courtesy of the clowns at Ewood Park. Super CIaret
  • Score: -15

3:44pm Wed 16 Jul 14

hasslem hasslem says...

weird aint't it dinlges posting on a story about a rovers shirt? bizarre...its almost as if they used to play in blue and white halves themselves and were called burnley rovers.

and as for you " i like the taste of my own dog" do you have even the remotest idea of what a total idiot you are? not aware of any rovers supporter who believed all the guff about beckham ronadhino that was being spouted by our owners - never going to happen...a bit like gazza taking you lot for a ride.

and as for never get anytthing like that from liverpool or united - do you remember hicks n gillete, do you remember the talk of the grand plans to rebuild anfield in a couple of weeks, do you remember the suarez parading of t-shirts at wigan, do you remember the anfield rap, do you remember heysel? oh and dont get me started on united with edwards, knighton, glazers and some of the stupid stuff the team and management are required to do when they go on tour - - so before pouring out your poisonous invective, if you have a brain - then try and engage it before you type something next time
weird aint't it dinlges posting on a story about a rovers shirt? bizarre...its almost as if they used to play in blue and white halves themselves and were called burnley rovers. and as for you " i like the taste of my own dog" do you have even the remotest idea of what a total idiot you are? not aware of any rovers supporter who believed all the guff about beckham ronadhino that was being spouted by our owners - never going to happen...a bit like gazza taking you lot for a ride. and as for never get anytthing like that from liverpool or united - do you remember hicks n gillete, do you remember the talk of the grand plans to rebuild anfield in a couple of weeks, do you remember the suarez parading of t-shirts at wigan, do you remember the anfield rap, do you remember heysel? oh and dont get me started on united with edwards, knighton, glazers and some of the stupid stuff the team and management are required to do when they go on tour - - so before pouring out your poisonous invective, if you have a brain - then try and engage it before you type something next time hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 21

3:45pm Wed 16 Jul 14

stuey says...

It was a bit of fun and if you think that is meant to be serious you have no sense of humor whatsoever...Lighten up. Ignore the press...Only fools believe anything they spout
It was a bit of fun and if you think that is meant to be serious you have no sense of humor whatsoever...Lighten up. Ignore the press...Only fools believe anything they spout stuey
  • Score: 28

3:48pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Rovers F.C. says...

ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR.

As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history.

With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective.

At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind.
Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant.

Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992.

Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's.

The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013.

The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years.

The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977.
This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history?

As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides.

It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it.

The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite.

It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour.

Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy.

Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him.

I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?)

Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls.

In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves.

PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out.

The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business.

So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds.

Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too.

The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition.

Know thyself.
ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR. As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history. With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective. At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind. Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant. Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992. Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's. The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013. The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years. The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977. This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history? As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides. It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it. The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite. It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour. Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy. Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him. I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?) Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls. In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves. PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out. The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business. So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds. Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too. The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition. Know thyself. Rovers F.C.
  • Score: 32

3:50pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

Reality50 wrote:
It was a humiliating embarrassment and BRFC took it down off YouTube last night in shame. You can still see the Barry White backed BRFC kit video though via other YouTube vendors
I wondered why we could not find the video last night. After watching it in utter disbelief earlier, I wanted my Nephew (a wigan fan poor lad) to have a laugh too. The photo kind of gives you an idea but it's just not the same. When will wovers ever learn?
[quote][p][bold]Reality50[/bold] wrote: It was a humiliating embarrassment and BRFC took it down off YouTube last night in shame. You can still see the Barry White backed BRFC kit video though via other YouTube vendors[/p][/quote]I wondered why we could not find the video last night. After watching it in utter disbelief earlier, I wanted my Nephew (a wigan fan poor lad) to have a laugh too. The photo kind of gives you an idea but it's just not the same. When will wovers ever learn? Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: -6

3:50pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Frisson says...

close to 200k views on youtube in 24 hours is a masterstroke on marketing. Major firms would love numbers like that in such a short space of time. Onerovers said on release it was only going up for 24 hours. Thats why it has been taken down.
close to 200k views on youtube in 24 hours is a masterstroke on marketing. Major firms would love numbers like that in such a short space of time. Onerovers said on release it was only going up for 24 hours. Thats why it has been taken down. Frisson
  • Score: 18

3:52pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Stone Island: says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Relegation to league one

YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!!!
A trip to the psychiatrist YOU KNOW YOU NEED IT!!!
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Relegation to league one YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!!![/p][/quote]A trip to the psychiatrist YOU KNOW YOU NEED IT!!! Stone Island:
  • Score: 8

3:54pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Frisson says...

Heres a video I made for Burnleys last stint in the PL. Sequel due out next year

http://youtu.be/tcZs
GLpOqXs
Heres a video I made for Burnleys last stint in the PL. Sequel due out next year http://youtu.be/tcZs GLpOqXs Frisson
  • Score: 15

3:56pm Wed 16 Jul 14

BlueSkies says...

The video was so bad, it came out brilliant! Loved it.
What a great bit of marketing.
You know you want one!
Well, I'm getting 3 tomorrow for the grand kids.
Go Zebras!
The video was so bad, it came out brilliant! Loved it. What a great bit of marketing. You know you want one! Well, I'm getting 3 tomorrow for the grand kids. Go Zebras! BlueSkies
  • Score: 13

3:57pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Stone Island: says...

Super CIaret wrote:
You clowns are a disgrace to the championship.

A vile advertisement from a vile supporter which carries seriously warped undertones. It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the rul
And you are a disgrace to mankind. A vile individual with a warped mind, who mocks the dead.

Tell me again, as an outsider, how do you see the human race?
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: You clowns are a disgrace to the championship. A vile advertisement from a vile supporter which carries seriously warped undertones. It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the rul[/p][/quote]And you are a disgrace to mankind. A vile individual with a warped mind, who mocks the dead. Tell me again, as an outsider, how do you see the human race? Stone Island:
  • Score: 12

4:03pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

Rovers F.C. wrote:
ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR.

As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history.

With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective.

At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind.
Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant.

Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992.

Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's.

The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013.

The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years.

The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977.
This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history?

As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides.

It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it.

The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite.

It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour.

Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy.

Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him.

I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?)

Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls.

In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves.

PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out.

The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business.

So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds.

Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too.

The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition.

Know thyself.
Ever heard of Citizens Advice or other FREE legal agencies for help with PPI? These firms are LEACHES and part of their fat profits are subsidising your club. Shame on you, Mr wover fc, you pompus wind bag.
UTC.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR. As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history. With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective. At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind. Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant. Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992. Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's. The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013. The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years. The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977. This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history? As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides. It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it. The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite. It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour. Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy. Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him. I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?) Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls. In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves. PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out. The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business. So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds. Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too. The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition. Know thyself.[/p][/quote]Ever heard of Citizens Advice or other FREE legal agencies for help with PPI? These firms are LEACHES and part of their fat profits are subsidising your club. Shame on you, Mr wover fc, you pompus wind bag. UTC. Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: -7

4:13pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Rovers F.C. says...

Scamp Kingsley wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR.

As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history.

With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective.

At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind.
Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant.

Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992.

Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's.

The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013.

The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years.

The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977.
This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history?

As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides.

It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it.

The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite.

It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour.

Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy.

Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him.

I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?)

Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls.

In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves.

PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out.

The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business.

So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds.

Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too.

The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition.

Know thyself.
Ever heard of Citizens Advice or other FREE legal agencies for help with PPI? These firms are LEACHES and part of their fat profits are subsidising your club. Shame on you, Mr wover fc, you pompus wind bag.
UTC.
The only LEACHES are your shameful board of directors, aren't they?

Still, with crowds of 10,000 in a promotion winning season, 5,000 less than a Rovers team who didn't even make the Play-Offs and fewer season tickets sold than Rovers too - Rovers having outsold B*rnley in Season Ticket sales since the Mid 70s - by the way, Rovers were in Div 3 and B*rnley in Div 1 at the time.

No wonder your LEACHES board of directors is making hay while the sun shines.

UTC - Usually Talks Crap, Unbelievably Small Club...and do on and so forth.
[quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR. As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history. With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective. At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind. Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant. Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992. Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's. The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013. The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years. The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977. This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history? As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides. It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it. The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite. It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour. Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy. Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him. I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?) Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls. In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves. PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out. The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business. So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds. Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too. The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition. Know thyself.[/p][/quote]Ever heard of Citizens Advice or other FREE legal agencies for help with PPI? These firms are LEACHES and part of their fat profits are subsidising your club. Shame on you, Mr wover fc, you pompus wind bag. UTC.[/p][/quote]The only LEACHES are your shameful board of directors, aren't they? Still, with crowds of 10,000 in a promotion winning season, 5,000 less than a Rovers team who didn't even make the Play-Offs and fewer season tickets sold than Rovers too - Rovers having outsold B*rnley in Season Ticket sales since the Mid 70s - by the way, Rovers were in Div 3 and B*rnley in Div 1 at the time. No wonder your LEACHES board of directors is making hay while the sun shines. UTC - Usually Talks Crap, Unbelievably Small Club...and do on and so forth. Rovers F.C.
  • Score: 19

4:16pm Wed 16 Jul 14

A Rover 45 years and over says...

Don't see what all the fuss is about. It's a bit of a laugh really can't understand why some people have to be so serious about these things. I am only interested in how Rovers kick off in the new season and not bothered about new shirt video's.
Don't see what all the fuss is about. It's a bit of a laugh really can't understand why some people have to be so serious about these things. I am only interested in how Rovers kick off in the new season and not bothered about new shirt video's. A Rover 45 years and over
  • Score: 11

4:16pm Wed 16 Jul 14

owd nick says...

Bazzer wrote:
I am the voice of my own god wrote:
It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless
Not ALL of us were thrilled at the sacking of Big Sam.
I was and still am.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I am the voice of my own god[/bold] wrote: It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless[/p][/quote]Not ALL of us were thrilled at the sacking of Big Sam.[/p][/quote]I was and still am. owd nick
  • Score: -4

4:21pm Wed 16 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Super CIaret wrote:
You clowns are a disgrace to the championship.

A vile advertisement from a vile supporter which carries seriously warped undertones. It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the rul
WOW you really are one sick individual
you are a disgrace to burnley an burnley FC
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: You clowns are a disgrace to the championship. A vile advertisement from a vile supporter which carries seriously warped undertones. It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the rul[/p][/quote]WOW you really are one sick individual you are a disgrace to burnley an burnley FC jim 2012
  • Score: 12

4:22pm Wed 16 Jul 14

McClaret says...

Could be worse, could have got £750m for a 10 yr deal for wearing it!!
Has anyone bothered to notice that Man U now have secured 3 new sponsorship deals totaling £148m per annum whilst they are still negotiating a deal to sponsor the training ground at Carrington.
Last season spurs total income was £147m.
Mind the gap - it is getting wider. Surely time for a Euro league?
Could be worse, could have got £750m for a 10 yr deal for wearing it!! Has anyone bothered to notice that Man U now have secured 3 new sponsorship deals totaling £148m per annum whilst they are still negotiating a deal to sponsor the training ground at Carrington. Last season spurs total income was £147m. Mind the gap - it is getting wider. Surely time for a Euro league? McClaret
  • Score: -2

4:27pm Wed 16 Jul 14

owd nick says...

When I saw it yesterday I thought OMG this has to be a urine extraction!

Then I watched it again this morning and had a good laugh, it's as corny as hell, but it's very, very clever because it's got people talking about it, which I suspect was the intention in the first instance.

Thanks to "Birdy" for taking part, that took having **** to a whole new level, I certainly couldn't have done it, even though I am better looking....

You know we see and hear so much these days, carefully prepared, bland soundbytes from clubs, players and officials alike that use words to say nothing of interested, it's a refreshing change to see something different from Rovers.

Things have changed on the communications front since Alan Myers arrived, shame he closed his twitter account because he gets things done.

I for one hope it continues.
When I saw it yesterday I thought OMG this has to be a urine extraction! Then I watched it again this morning and had a good laugh, it's as corny as hell, but it's very, very clever because it's got people talking about it, which I suspect was the intention in the first instance. Thanks to "Birdy" for taking part, that took having **** to a whole new level, I certainly couldn't have done it, even though I am better looking.... You know we see and hear so much these days, carefully prepared, bland soundbytes from clubs, players and officials alike that use words to say nothing of interested, it's a refreshing change to see something different from Rovers. Things have changed on the communications front since Alan Myers arrived, shame he closed his twitter account because he gets things done. I for one hope it continues. owd nick
  • Score: 8

4:29pm Wed 16 Jul 14

glynners says...

I am the voice of my own god wrote:
It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless
"you are now an irrelevance"

The irony is lost on these morons
[quote][p][bold]I am the voice of my own god[/bold] wrote: It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless[/p][/quote]"you are now an irrelevance" The irony is lost on these morons glynners
  • Score: 15

4:33pm Wed 16 Jul 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Frisson wrote:
Heres a video I made for Burnleys last stint in the PL. Sequel due out next year

http://youtu.be/tcZs

GLpOqXs
lol good effort pal
[quote][p][bold]Frisson[/bold] wrote: Heres a video I made for Burnleys last stint in the PL. Sequel due out next year http://youtu.be/tcZs GLpOqXs[/p][/quote]lol good effort pal more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 11

4:38pm Wed 16 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Relegation to league one

YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!!!
on the subject of relegation
burnley are still 4/7favourites to be relegated
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Relegation to league one YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!!![/p][/quote]on the subject of relegation burnley are still 4/7favourites to be relegated jim 2012
  • Score: 9

4:39pm Wed 16 Jul 14

BlueSkies says...

McClaret wrote:
Could be worse, could have got £750m for a 10 yr deal for wearing it!!
Has anyone bothered to notice that Man U now have secured 3 new sponsorship deals totaling £148m per annum whilst they are still negotiating a deal to sponsor the training ground at Carrington.
Last season spurs total income was £147m.
Mind the gap - it is getting wider. Surely time for a Euro league?
It's also being suggested that the big sponsors have a say in players's transfers, who best promotes their product.
Possible? Think David Beckham and Adidas, Real Madrid, LA Galaxy shirts.
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Could be worse, could have got £750m for a 10 yr deal for wearing it!! Has anyone bothered to notice that Man U now have secured 3 new sponsorship deals totaling £148m per annum whilst they are still negotiating a deal to sponsor the training ground at Carrington. Last season spurs total income was £147m. Mind the gap - it is getting wider. Surely time for a Euro league?[/p][/quote]It's also being suggested that the big sponsors have a say in players's transfers, who best promotes their product. Possible? Think David Beckham and Adidas, Real Madrid, LA Galaxy shirts. BlueSkies
  • Score: 3

4:50pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR.

As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history.

With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective.

At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind.
Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant.

Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992.

Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's.

The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013.

The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years.

The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977.
This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history?

As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides.

It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it.

The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite.

It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour.

Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy.

Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him.

I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?)

Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls.

In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves.

PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out.

The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business.

So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds.

Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too.

The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition.

Know thyself.
Ever heard of Citizens Advice or other FREE legal agencies for help with PPI? These firms are LEACHES and part of their fat profits are subsidising your club. Shame on you, Mr wover fc, you pompus wind bag.
UTC.
The only LEACHES are your shameful board of directors, aren't they?

Still, with crowds of 10,000 in a promotion winning season, 5,000 less than a Rovers team who didn't even make the Play-Offs and fewer season tickets sold than Rovers too - Rovers having outsold B*rnley in Season Ticket sales since the Mid 70s - by the way, Rovers were in Div 3 and B*rnley in Div 1 at the time.

No wonder your LEACHES board of directors is making hay while the sun shines.

UTC - Usually Talks Crap, Unbelievably Small Club...and do on and so forth.
So you've nothing to say about PPI or that firm of LEACHES fishing for suckers on your shirts?
As for season tickets, if you're going to give them away with every order of venky chicken then yes I suppose you win.
As for comparing each board of directors you just sound bitter and twisted, like the other fleawud smack rats!
UTC - IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE
[quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR. As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history. With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective. At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind. Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant. Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992. Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's. The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013. The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years. The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977. This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history? As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides. It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it. The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite. It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour. Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy. Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him. I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?) Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls. In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves. PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out. The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business. So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds. Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too. The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition. Know thyself.[/p][/quote]Ever heard of Citizens Advice or other FREE legal agencies for help with PPI? These firms are LEACHES and part of their fat profits are subsidising your club. Shame on you, Mr wover fc, you pompus wind bag. UTC.[/p][/quote]The only LEACHES are your shameful board of directors, aren't they? Still, with crowds of 10,000 in a promotion winning season, 5,000 less than a Rovers team who didn't even make the Play-Offs and fewer season tickets sold than Rovers too - Rovers having outsold B*rnley in Season Ticket sales since the Mid 70s - by the way, Rovers were in Div 3 and B*rnley in Div 1 at the time. No wonder your LEACHES board of directors is making hay while the sun shines. UTC - Usually Talks Crap, Unbelievably Small Club...and do on and so forth.[/p][/quote]So you've nothing to say about PPI or that firm of LEACHES fishing for suckers on your shirts? As for season tickets, if you're going to give them away with every order of venky chicken then yes I suppose you win. As for comparing each board of directors you just sound bitter and twisted, like the other fleawud smack rats! UTC - IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: -6

4:52pm Wed 16 Jul 14

owd nick says...

BlueSkies wrote:
McClaret wrote:
Could be worse, could have got £750m for a 10 yr deal for wearing it!!
Has anyone bothered to notice that Man U now have secured 3 new sponsorship deals totaling £148m per annum whilst they are still negotiating a deal to sponsor the training ground at Carrington.
Last season spurs total income was £147m.
Mind the gap - it is getting wider. Surely time for a Euro league?
It's also being suggested that the big sponsors have a say in players's transfers, who best promotes their product.
Possible? Think David Beckham and Adidas, Real Madrid, LA Galaxy shirts.
Or Messi winning the Golden Boot.

Said it many times, FFP is designed to make the bigger, richer clubs bigger and richer while the rest of us will have to fight for the scraps.

IMHO a European Super League based on a franchised system is now no more than a few short years away at most.
[quote][p][bold]BlueSkies[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Could be worse, could have got £750m for a 10 yr deal for wearing it!! Has anyone bothered to notice that Man U now have secured 3 new sponsorship deals totaling £148m per annum whilst they are still negotiating a deal to sponsor the training ground at Carrington. Last season spurs total income was £147m. Mind the gap - it is getting wider. Surely time for a Euro league?[/p][/quote]It's also being suggested that the big sponsors have a say in players's transfers, who best promotes their product. Possible? Think David Beckham and Adidas, Real Madrid, LA Galaxy shirts.[/p][/quote]Or Messi winning the Golden Boot. Said it many times, FFP is designed to make the bigger, richer clubs bigger and richer while the rest of us will have to fight for the scraps. IMHO a European Super League based on a franchised system is now no more than a few short years away at most. owd nick
  • Score: 4

5:01pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are! Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: -1

5:14pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
weird aint't it dinlges posting on a story about a rovers shirt? bizarre...its almost as if they used to play in blue and white halves themselves and were called burnley rovers.

and as for you " i like the taste of my own dog" do you have even the remotest idea of what a total idiot you are? not aware of any rovers supporter who believed all the guff about beckham ronadhino that was being spouted by our owners - never going to happen...a bit like gazza taking you lot for a ride.

and as for never get anytthing like that from liverpool or united - do you remember hicks n gillete, do you remember the talk of the grand plans to rebuild anfield in a couple of weeks, do you remember the suarez parading of t-shirts at wigan, do you remember the anfield rap, do you remember heysel? oh and dont get me started on united with edwards, knighton, glazers and some of the stupid stuff the team and management are required to do when they go on tour - - so before pouring out your poisonous invective, if you have a brain - then try and engage it before you type something next time
The fool types the first thing that comes into his thick skull. Load of bull, take no notice.
Meanwhile the new season approaches and then the fun will really begin. Bring it on......
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: weird aint't it dinlges posting on a story about a rovers shirt? bizarre...its almost as if they used to play in blue and white halves themselves and were called burnley rovers. and as for you " i like the taste of my own dog" do you have even the remotest idea of what a total idiot you are? not aware of any rovers supporter who believed all the guff about beckham ronadhino that was being spouted by our owners - never going to happen...a bit like gazza taking you lot for a ride. and as for never get anytthing like that from liverpool or united - do you remember hicks n gillete, do you remember the talk of the grand plans to rebuild anfield in a couple of weeks, do you remember the suarez parading of t-shirts at wigan, do you remember the anfield rap, do you remember heysel? oh and dont get me started on united with edwards, knighton, glazers and some of the stupid stuff the team and management are required to do when they go on tour - - so before pouring out your poisonous invective, if you have a brain - then try and engage it before you type something next time[/p][/quote]The fool types the first thing that comes into his thick skull. Load of bull, take no notice. Meanwhile the new season approaches and then the fun will really begin. Bring it on...... Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 6

5:24pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Rovers F.C. says...

Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
[quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture. Rovers F.C.
  • Score: 11

5:38pm Wed 16 Jul 14

greenscreener says...

Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB. greenscreener
  • Score: 9

5:49pm Wed 16 Jul 14

eddyo says...

Bazzer wrote:
I am the voice of my own god wrote:
It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless
Not ALL of us were thrilled at the sacking of Big Sam.
Well, with a good pair of binoculars, if you look southeast on match days you can still 'enjoy' most of BFS's home matches - apart from the player drying the towel before every throw-in - which was pure genius and well worth the price of a ticket.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I am the voice of my own god[/bold] wrote: It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless[/p][/quote]Not ALL of us were thrilled at the sacking of Big Sam.[/p][/quote]Well, with a good pair of binoculars, if you look southeast on match days you can still 'enjoy' most of BFS's home matches - apart from the player drying the towel before every throw-in - which was pure genius and well worth the price of a ticket. eddyo
  • Score: 1

5:55pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
Yes I get the picture Mr wovers fc, the clues in your name:
A disturbed, bitter and twisted fleawud smack rat.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]Yes I get the picture Mr wovers fc, the clues in your name: A disturbed, bitter and twisted fleawud smack rat. Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: -5

5:59pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

No more thoughts on PPI firms ripping off little old dears of their full compensation, Mr smack rat?
No more thoughts on PPI firms ripping off little old dears of their full compensation, Mr smack rat? Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: -5

6:11pm Wed 16 Jul 14

BlueSkies says...

Scamps, wasting your time. Most of us have moved on.
All the angst and bitterness is down your end of the M65.

Time you grew a pair.
Scamps, wasting your time. Most of us have moved on. All the angst and bitterness is down your end of the M65. Time you grew a pair. BlueSkies
  • Score: 8

6:25pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Rovers F.C. says...

greenscreener wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it.

LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.[/p][/quote]I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it. LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more... Rovers F.C.
  • Score: 8

6:40pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super Claret . says...

Super CIaret wrote:
You clowns are a disgrace to the championship.

A vile advertisement from a vile supporter which carries seriously warped undertones. It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the rul
But I for one will buy the shirt as it suits me down to the ground,
I cant stop obsessing about your superb club.
Im soooorrrrryyy
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: You clowns are a disgrace to the championship. A vile advertisement from a vile supporter which carries seriously warped undertones. It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the rul[/p][/quote]But I for one will buy the shirt as it suits me down to the ground, I cant stop obsessing about your superb club. Im soooorrrrryyy Super Claret .
  • Score: 8

7:08pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Bazzer says...

eddyo wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
I am the voice of my own god wrote: It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless
Not ALL of us were thrilled at the sacking of Big Sam.
Well, with a good pair of binoculars, if you look southeast on match days you can still 'enjoy' most of BFS's home matches - apart from the player drying the towel before every throw-in - which was pure genius and well worth the price of a ticket.
Would that be in The Premier League? The level we are desperate to get back to?
[quote][p][bold]eddyo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I am the voice of my own god[/bold] wrote: It is embarrassing, and beyond cringe worthy, this is what Blackburn have been reduced too, getting some local “legend” more like bell-end to promote the video that looks like a couple of kids put it together on a Sunday afternoon. How much did Birdy get paid for this? a 6 pack of super strength lager? You are no longer competition for us anymore, you are now an irrelevance, almost like a fly at a BBQ, you are still paying the price for the baffling treatment of Big Sam, sacked for no reason, and world class manages linked but never turning up. I remember the day the Venky’s family came into town, you all collectively dropped your trousers and assumed the position, talk of champions league, talk of Beckham, Del Piero etc etc,talk of how you were the next Man City, Chelsea….well now go and have a good look at yourselves. Look at the Squad you have, the empty seats at deadwood, paying off player after player, manager after manager, and now this launch video, I almost pity you, would you ever expect to see something like this from a Liverpool, or a Manchester United!!!!....you know you want it!!!! Priceless[/p][/quote]Not ALL of us were thrilled at the sacking of Big Sam.[/p][/quote]Well, with a good pair of binoculars, if you look southeast on match days you can still 'enjoy' most of BFS's home matches - apart from the player drying the towel before every throw-in - which was pure genius and well worth the price of a ticket.[/p][/quote]Would that be in The Premier League? The level we are desperate to get back to? Bazzer
  • Score: 0

7:13pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Bazzer says...

Rovers F.C. wrote:
ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR. As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history. With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective. At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind. Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant. Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992. Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's. The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013. The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years. The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977. This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history? As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides. It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it. The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite. It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour. Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy. Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him. I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?) Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls. In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves. PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out. The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business. So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds. Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too. The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition. Know thyself.
Excellent and knowledgeable post. I am a little puzzled by the which side of the shirt is blue etc. Aren't some of the negatives on the older Rovers photographs inverted so that the observer cannot be sure as to blue/white side orientation?
[quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR. As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history. With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective. At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind. Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant. Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992. Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's. The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013. The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years. The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977. This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history? As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides. It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it. The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite. It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour. Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy. Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him. I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?) Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls. In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves. PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out. The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business. So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds. Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too. The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition. Know thyself.[/p][/quote]Excellent and knowledgeable post. I am a little puzzled by the which side of the shirt is blue etc. Aren't some of the negatives on the older Rovers photographs inverted so that the observer cannot be sure as to blue/white side orientation? Bazzer
  • Score: -2

7:33pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super Claret says...

OPEN LETTER TO ALL BLACKBURN ROVERS FANS.

I am a sad and desperate loser. I think Rovers F.C. is a God-like person and i am in awe of him.

I also think that Ray is very witty and incisive in a way i could never hop to be. I am a, "poor man's Ray".

I am a lonely bedsit dweller. I have a pile of soft **** under my stained mattress and regularly ogle inappropriately at young women on the bus.

Everybody thought i was a little odd at school and i was often alone at break time. At infant school i used to hold the dinner ladies hand at plsy time because i had no friends.

I am very jealous of my siblings as they have all grown up and got on. I have been left behind.

My step dad was a Rovers fan and i could hear him with my mum in bed at night.

I am am Obsessive Compulsive Dingle with a tragic life and feel painfully inadequate.

Rovers F.C. found out where i live and came to my bedsit in Padiham and made me an offer i could not refuse...you've all seen the movie, The Godfather, right?

Anyway, i hear Ray is to pay Scamp Kingsley a visit and give him the Blackburn treatment too so watch out for an open letter to Rovers fans from him as well.

I am a truly tragicomedy misfit odd ball and Rovers F.C. has shown me the error of my pathetic ways.

I will now dedicate every waking moment of my life following Blackburn Rovers F.C. as they are superior in every facet to that spiteful, envious little club called B*rnley.

Please accept my apologies. I know how inadequate and poisonously snide i am but that ends today.

NB
Birdy, you are amazing and would kick Rocky all over Turd Moor.
OPEN LETTER TO ALL BLACKBURN ROVERS FANS. I am a sad and desperate loser. I think Rovers F.C. is a God-like person and i am in awe of him. I also think that Ray is very witty and incisive in a way i could never hop to be. I am a, "poor man's Ray". I am a lonely bedsit dweller. I have a pile of soft **** under my stained mattress and regularly ogle inappropriately at young women on the bus. Everybody thought i was a little odd at school and i was often alone at break time. At infant school i used to hold the dinner ladies hand at plsy time because i had no friends. I am very jealous of my siblings as they have all grown up and got on. I have been left behind. My step dad was a Rovers fan and i could hear him with my mum in bed at night. I am am Obsessive Compulsive Dingle with a tragic life and feel painfully inadequate. Rovers F.C. found out where i live and came to my bedsit in Padiham and made me an offer i could not refuse...you've all seen the movie, The Godfather, right? Anyway, i hear Ray is to pay Scamp Kingsley a visit and give him the Blackburn treatment too so watch out for an open letter to Rovers fans from him as well. I am a truly tragicomedy misfit odd ball and Rovers F.C. has shown me the error of my pathetic ways. I will now dedicate every waking moment of my life following Blackburn Rovers F.C. as they are superior in every facet to that spiteful, envious little club called B*rnley. Please accept my apologies. I know how inadequate and poisonously snide i am but that ends today. NB Birdy, you are amazing and would kick Rocky all over Turd Moor. Super Claret
  • Score: 15

7:38pm Wed 16 Jul 14

barryinthailand says...

Rovers F.C. wrote:
ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR.

As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history.

With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective.

At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind.
Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant.

Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992.

Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's.

The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013.

The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years.

The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977.
This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history?

As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides.

It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it.

The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite.

It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour.

Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy.

Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him.

I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?)

Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls.

In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves.

PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out.

The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business.

So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds.

Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too.

The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition.

Know thyself.
wow thats long
[quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR. As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history. With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective. At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind. Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant. Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992. Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's. The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013. The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years. The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977. This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history? As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides. It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it. The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite. It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour. Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy. Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him. I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?) Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls. In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves. PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out. The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business. So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds. Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too. The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition. Know thyself.[/p][/quote]wow thats long barryinthailand
  • Score: 0

8:01pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Honestlad says...

Don't doubt the burnley scum, they do know a lot about rovers. After all, they pay more attention to rovers than their own **** team. I used to work in a big place at burnley and half of the inbreds knew who rovers were playing but couldn't tell me who burnley's fixture was. Closet rovers fans haha
Don't doubt the burnley scum, they do know a lot about rovers. After all, they pay more attention to rovers than their own **** team. I used to work in a big place at burnley and half of the inbreds knew who rovers were playing but couldn't tell me who burnley's fixture was. Closet rovers fans haha Honestlad
  • Score: 5

8:07pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Mr Ted Maul says...

Rovers F.C. wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it.

LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...
I remember that as well. Uncle's Traumatic Cuddles was one of mine.

The dingles couldn't handle it at all.

Think I got a ban off the back of that!

Typical dingles, can try to dish it out but you give some back and they run off crying.

Bless em.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.[/p][/quote]I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it. LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...[/p][/quote]I remember that as well. Uncle's Traumatic Cuddles was one of mine. The dingles couldn't handle it at all. Think I got a ban off the back of that! Typical dingles, can try to dish it out but you give some back and they run off crying. Bless em. Mr Ted Maul
  • Score: 6

8:17pm Wed 16 Jul 14

mammamiauk says...

Rovers F.C. wrote:
ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR.

As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history.

With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective.

At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind.
Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant.

Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992.

Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's.

The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013.

The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years.

The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977.
This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history?

As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides.

It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it.

The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite.

It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour.

Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy.

Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him.

I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?)

Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls.

In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves.

PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out.

The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business.

So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds.

Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too.

The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition.

Know thyself.
Not sure if what I have heard is true but the director of Zebra Claims is apparently a football agent and all Rovers fans know how a certain agent ruined our beloved club not too long ago.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR. As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history. With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective. At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind. Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant. Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992. Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's. The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013. The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years. The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977. This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history? As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides. It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it. The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite. It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour. Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy. Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him. I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?) Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls. In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves. PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out. The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business. So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds. Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too. The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition. Know thyself.[/p][/quote]Not sure if what I have heard is true but the director of Zebra Claims is apparently a football agent and all Rovers fans know how a certain agent ruined our beloved club not too long ago. mammamiauk
  • Score: -1

8:27pm Wed 16 Jul 14

crankitup says...

I know birdie and his family as a lot of us do, as for Rovers fans few are more dedicated than this bloke...but this is as bad as the venky's chicken ad which was a total show up.....there's doing things on the cheap and there's doing thing right...this is p*ss take....and we..(ROVERS) are once more made a laughing stock by the Venky's......when will it stop?

we're getting ready for a new term in the championship and we need to demand from other clubs in this league to be taken seriously......why not bring on the clowns and have done with it....

it just gets better....lets hope the lads do a better job when the ball I put on he spot in anger.....

a message to whoever sanctioned this vid.....REALLY!
I know birdie and his family as a lot of us do, as for Rovers fans few are more dedicated than this bloke...but this is as bad as the venky's chicken ad which was a total show up.....there's doing things on the cheap and there's doing thing right...this is p*ss take....and we..(ROVERS) are once more made a laughing stock by the Venky's......when will it stop? we're getting ready for a new term in the championship and we need to demand from other clubs in this league to be taken seriously......why not bring on the clowns and have done with it.... it just gets better....lets hope the lads do a better job when the ball I put on he spot in anger..... a message to whoever sanctioned this vid.....REALLY! crankitup
  • Score: 3

8:31pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

Super Claret wrote:
OPEN LETTER TO ALL BLACKBURN ROVERS FANS.

I am a sad and desperate loser. I think Rovers F.C. is a God-like person and i am in awe of him.

I also think that Ray is very witty and incisive in a way i could never hop to be. I am a, "poor man's Ray".

I am a lonely bedsit dweller. I have a pile of soft **** under my stained mattress and regularly ogle inappropriately at young women on the bus.

Everybody thought i was a little odd at school and i was often alone at break time. At infant school i used to hold the dinner ladies hand at plsy time because i had no friends.

I am very jealous of my siblings as they have all grown up and got on. I have been left behind.

My step dad was a Rovers fan and i could hear him with my mum in bed at night.

I am am Obsessive Compulsive Dingle with a tragic life and feel painfully inadequate.

Rovers F.C. found out where i live and came to my bedsit in Padiham and made me an offer i could not refuse...you've all seen the movie, The Godfather, right?

Anyway, i hear Ray is to pay Scamp Kingsley a visit and give him the Blackburn treatment too so watch out for an open letter to Rovers fans from him as well.

I am a truly tragicomedy misfit odd ball and Rovers F.C. has shown me the error of my pathetic ways.

I will now dedicate every waking moment of my life following Blackburn Rovers F.C. as they are superior in every facet to that spiteful, envious little club called B*rnley.

Please accept my apologies. I know how inadequate and poisonously snide i am but that ends today.

NB
Birdy, you are amazing and would kick Rocky all over Turd Moor.
Poor effort once again no-dad.

You just can't erase it no matter how hard you try.... It's still there, like an itch you just can't scratch...

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Keep looking up, the Clarets own your every thought and word you sad and vulgar little specimen.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: OPEN LETTER TO ALL BLACKBURN ROVERS FANS. I am a sad and desperate loser. I think Rovers F.C. is a God-like person and i am in awe of him. I also think that Ray is very witty and incisive in a way i could never hop to be. I am a, "poor man's Ray". I am a lonely bedsit dweller. I have a pile of soft **** under my stained mattress and regularly ogle inappropriately at young women on the bus. Everybody thought i was a little odd at school and i was often alone at break time. At infant school i used to hold the dinner ladies hand at plsy time because i had no friends. I am very jealous of my siblings as they have all grown up and got on. I have been left behind. My step dad was a Rovers fan and i could hear him with my mum in bed at night. I am am Obsessive Compulsive Dingle with a tragic life and feel painfully inadequate. Rovers F.C. found out where i live and came to my bedsit in Padiham and made me an offer i could not refuse...you've all seen the movie, The Godfather, right? Anyway, i hear Ray is to pay Scamp Kingsley a visit and give him the Blackburn treatment too so watch out for an open letter to Rovers fans from him as well. I am a truly tragicomedy misfit odd ball and Rovers F.C. has shown me the error of my pathetic ways. I will now dedicate every waking moment of my life following Blackburn Rovers F.C. as they are superior in every facet to that spiteful, envious little club called B*rnley. Please accept my apologies. I know how inadequate and poisonously snide i am but that ends today. NB Birdy, you are amazing and would kick Rocky all over Turd Moor.[/p][/quote]Poor effort once again no-dad. You just can't erase it no matter how hard you try.... It's still there, like an itch you just can't scratch... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Keep looking up, the Clarets own your every thought and word you sad and vulgar little specimen. Super CIaret
  • Score: -5

8:37pm Wed 16 Jul 14

roverrite says...

Rovers F.C. wrote:
ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR.

As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history.

With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective.

At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind.
Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant.

Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992.

Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's.

The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013.

The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years.

The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977.
This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history?

As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides.

It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it.

The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite.

It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour.

Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy.

Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him.

I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?)

Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls.

In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves.

PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out.

The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business.

So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds.

Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too.

The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition.

Know thyself.
All these little side shows mean nothing the add was terrible and showed the club for what they are a laughing stock, we are going no where with these clowns running the club, as much as I would like to think we have turned the corner under bowyer, I am not optimistic about the comoing season, still no right back or keeper the guy on saturaday was a joke, they must stop leaking goals like last season , it is ok scoring 4 against wigan but they scored 3 cannot do this week in week out, and for gds sake stop the talk on here from players who are gonna do this and gonna do that, just do one,,,,,, now.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: ROVERS NEW SHIRT AND NEW SPONSOR. As Rovers' web site explains, the focus of the new Rovers kit is an exciting one - the history and origins of Blackburn Rovers – which should give the fans a meaningful and profound expression and celebration of the club’s unique history. With a nod to the Cambridge blue of the original shirt, the new 2014-15 home kit is a celebration of Rovers' proud heritage, a return to the club's roots, but with a fresh, modern perspective. At first i was hostile the sky blue and dark navy blue as well as the sponsors nut on reflection these past two days i have changed my mind. Compared with many, many corporate monstrous ugly football shirts in the Championship and Premier League, Rovers' new kit and shirt is stylish, clean & elegant. Blackburn Rovers wore this colour in its formative years; Jack Walker reintroduced this colour on the shirt along with the sleeves after he bought the club in 1991 and Rovers wore this colour when promoted in 1992. Rovers got rid of the coloured sleeve in the 1970's but brought it back the 1990's. The blue on the right hand side is historically accurate as Rovers had the blue on the right hand side up until the 1940's and this was again recently reverted back to its right hand side in 2013. The dark navy blue trims are the same colour as the socks which Rovers again wore in their formative years. The red on Rovers kit wasn't introduced until as recently as 1977. This is a genuine attempt by the people at BRFC to respect the rich history and tradition of the club; what is wrong with some of you people? Do you not know your own history? As for those people moaning about the video? Get your heads out of your back-sides. It was always going to be risky with an ad like that: scorn from the London media, comparisons with the Venkys chicken ad, ridicule from sad Burnley trolls, disdain from neutral fans around the country and then of course clueless Rovers fans who simply don't get it. The ad is a light hearted tongue-in-cheek spoof designed to connect with the supporters by using a fan, a local working-class man and Rovers terrace legend rather than the glitzy catwalks, models and razzmatazz of the soulless corporate élite. It's clearly a joke and if it doesn't bring a smile to your face then remove the tumour in your humour. Well done Blackburn Rovers and well done Birdy. Birdy is a Rovers terrace legend and by all accounts a genuine bloke and decent human being. Good luck to him. I'm uneasy about such a sponsor but Rovers are no longer a top level club and so cannot attract a top level sponsor. At least Zebra are local, (if not morally dubious?) Owd Nick, someone for whom i have very little time, earlier wrote that from what he could see on their website, Zebra Claims are basically a PPI claims company, making their money by chasing Banks, Building Societies, Loans Companies etc on behalf of clients who didn't know that said companies had applied Payment Protection Insurance on loans without telling the people who took the loans out, people like you, me or even Burnley trolls. In other words, ordinary every day people who don't know, or even don't think they have or are being ripped off and don't have the knowledge or clout to do anything about it themselves. PPI applied to, say a mortgage, could run into several thousand pounds; Owd Nick explained that he knew of one woman who used a similar company to Zebra to get nearly £3,500 back from her Building Society; she had no idea that PPI had been applied to her mortgage when she took it out. The company she used operated on a "no win, no fee" basis, so they did ok out of it as well but that's business. So, i agree with Owd Nick on this one, let's put it in perspective; I doubt any if us know much about Zebra but if they are anything like the company that helped the woman out and recover £3.5k from a greedy b@stard Building Society - then I agree with Owd Nick that we should wear the shirt with pride as the cost of PPI to millions of people runs into billions of pounds. Let's also not forget the "Walk of Fame" being introduced to Ewood Park too. The ad, the sponsors and the new colours all connect the club with its fans, East Lancashire and the clubs history and tradition. Know thyself.[/p][/quote]All these little side shows mean nothing the add was terrible and showed the club for what they are a laughing stock, we are going no where with these clowns running the club, as much as I would like to think we have turned the corner under bowyer, I am not optimistic about the comoing season, still no right back or keeper the guy on saturaday was a joke, they must stop leaking goals like last season , it is ok scoring 4 against wigan but they scored 3 cannot do this week in week out, and for gds sake stop the talk on here from players who are gonna do this and gonna do that, just do one,,,,,, now. roverrite
  • Score: -4

8:39pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super Claret says...

Super CIaret wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
OPEN LETTER TO ALL BLACKBURN ROVERS FANS.

I am a sad and desperate loser. I think Rovers F.C. is a God-like person and i am in awe of him.

I also think that Ray is very witty and incisive in a way i could never hop to be. I am a, "poor man's Ray".

I am a lonely bedsit dweller. I have a pile of soft **** under my stained mattress and regularly ogle inappropriately at young women on the bus.

Everybody thought i was a little odd at school and i was often alone at break time. At infant school i used to hold the dinner ladies hand at plsy time because i had no friends.

I am very jealous of my siblings as they have all grown up and got on. I have been left behind.

My step dad was a Rovers fan and i could hear him with my mum in bed at night.

I am am Obsessive Compulsive Dingle with a tragic life and feel painfully inadequate.

Rovers F.C. found out where i live and came to my bedsit in Padiham and made me an offer i could not refuse...you've all seen the movie, The Godfather, right?

Anyway, i hear Ray is to pay Scamp Kingsley a visit and give him the Blackburn treatment too so watch out for an open letter to Rovers fans from him as well.

I am a truly tragicomedy misfit odd ball and Rovers F.C. has shown me the error of my pathetic ways.

I will now dedicate every waking moment of my life following Blackburn Rovers F.C. as they are superior in every facet to that spiteful, envious little club called B*rnley.

Please accept my apologies. I know how inadequate and poisonously snide i am but that ends today.

NB
Birdy, you are amazing and would kick Rocky all over Turd Moor.
Poor effort once again no-dad.

You just can't erase it no matter how hard you try.... It's still there, like an itch you just can't scratch...

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Keep looking up, the Clarets own your every thought and word you sad and vulgar little specimen.
Sorry, i am a schizophrenic and it is difficult for me to not talk to myself.

We Love You Rovers.
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: OPEN LETTER TO ALL BLACKBURN ROVERS FANS. I am a sad and desperate loser. I think Rovers F.C. is a God-like person and i am in awe of him. I also think that Ray is very witty and incisive in a way i could never hop to be. I am a, "poor man's Ray". I am a lonely bedsit dweller. I have a pile of soft **** under my stained mattress and regularly ogle inappropriately at young women on the bus. Everybody thought i was a little odd at school and i was often alone at break time. At infant school i used to hold the dinner ladies hand at plsy time because i had no friends. I am very jealous of my siblings as they have all grown up and got on. I have been left behind. My step dad was a Rovers fan and i could hear him with my mum in bed at night. I am am Obsessive Compulsive Dingle with a tragic life and feel painfully inadequate. Rovers F.C. found out where i live and came to my bedsit in Padiham and made me an offer i could not refuse...you've all seen the movie, The Godfather, right? Anyway, i hear Ray is to pay Scamp Kingsley a visit and give him the Blackburn treatment too so watch out for an open letter to Rovers fans from him as well. I am a truly tragicomedy misfit odd ball and Rovers F.C. has shown me the error of my pathetic ways. I will now dedicate every waking moment of my life following Blackburn Rovers F.C. as they are superior in every facet to that spiteful, envious little club called B*rnley. Please accept my apologies. I know how inadequate and poisonously snide i am but that ends today. NB Birdy, you are amazing and would kick Rocky all over Turd Moor.[/p][/quote]Poor effort once again no-dad. You just can't erase it no matter how hard you try.... It's still there, like an itch you just can't scratch... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Keep looking up, the Clarets own your every thought and word you sad and vulgar little specimen.[/p][/quote]Sorry, i am a schizophrenic and it is difficult for me to not talk to myself. We Love You Rovers. Super Claret
  • Score: 7

8:40pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

Rovers F.C. wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it.

LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...
So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references.
Take a bow Mr Smack Rat!
[quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.[/p][/quote]I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it. LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...[/p][/quote]So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references. Take a bow Mr Smack Rat! Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: -2

8:48pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super Claret says...

Scamp Kingsley wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it.

LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...
So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references.
Take a bow Mr Smack Rat!
Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads.

They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist.

Rovers fans own us with ease.
[quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.[/p][/quote]I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it. LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...[/p][/quote]So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references. Take a bow Mr Smack Rat![/p][/quote]Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads. They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist. Rovers fans own us with ease. Super Claret
  • Score: 2

8:57pm Wed 16 Jul 14

icannotrace says...

crankitup wrote:
I know birdie and his family as a lot of us do, as for Rovers fans few are more dedicated than this bloke...but this is as bad as the venky's chicken ad which was a total show up.....there's doing things on the cheap and there's doing thing right...this is p*ss take....and we..(ROVERS) are once more made a laughing stock by the Venky's......when will it stop?

we're getting ready for a new term in the championship and we need to demand from other clubs in this league to be taken seriously......why not bring on the clowns and have done with it....

it just gets better....lets hope the lads do a better job when the ball I put on he spot in anger.....

a message to whoever sanctioned this vid.....REALLY!
Fully agree, it's a PR disaster. Some say there is no such thing as bad publicity.....I put this forward as proof that there is.

Whilst Shaw is still there as the Ring Master then the Venky circus will roll on. What ever happens on the pitch will be undermined by the antics off the pitch. Somebody please give him is P45.
[quote][p][bold]crankitup[/bold] wrote: I know birdie and his family as a lot of us do, as for Rovers fans few are more dedicated than this bloke...but this is as bad as the venky's chicken ad which was a total show up.....there's doing things on the cheap and there's doing thing right...this is p*ss take....and we..(ROVERS) are once more made a laughing stock by the Venky's......when will it stop? we're getting ready for a new term in the championship and we need to demand from other clubs in this league to be taken seriously......why not bring on the clowns and have done with it.... it just gets better....lets hope the lads do a better job when the ball I put on he spot in anger..... a message to whoever sanctioned this vid.....REALLY![/p][/quote]Fully agree, it's a PR disaster. Some say there is no such thing as bad publicity.....I put this forward as proof that there is. Whilst Shaw is still there as the Ring Master then the Venky circus will roll on. What ever happens on the pitch will be undermined by the antics off the pitch. Somebody please give him is P45. icannotrace
  • Score: -5

9:09pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

Super Claret wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it.

LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...
So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references.
Take a bow Mr Smack Rat!
Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads.

They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist.

Rovers fans own us with ease.
Once again no-dad, swapping the lowercase L in Claret for a capital i just doesn't cut it. You need to try harder TurfMoorTom/AnotherP
ounding, not too bright are you. How many duplicate accounts is that now? How much of yo

I own you.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.[/p][/quote]I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it. LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...[/p][/quote]So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references. Take a bow Mr Smack Rat![/p][/quote]Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads. They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist. Rovers fans own us with ease.[/p][/quote]Once again no-dad, swapping the lowercase L in Claret for a capital i just doesn't cut it. You need to try harder TurfMoorTom/AnotherP ounding, not too bright are you. How many duplicate accounts is that now? How much of yo I own you. Super CIaret
  • Score: -4

9:12pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Angry From Accrington says...

Personally I despise companies like Zebra but I recognise that they perform an important role in society. Without them, sad miserable social inadequates like little David would never talk to a living soul.
Personally I despise companies like Zebra but I recognise that they perform an important role in society. Without them, sad miserable social inadequates like little David would never talk to a living soul. Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 0

9:13pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

Super Claret wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it.

LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...
So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references.
Take a bow Mr Smack Rat!
Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads.

They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist.

Rovers fans own us with ease.
Once again no-dad, swapping the lowercase L in Claret for a capital i just doesn't cut it. You need to try much harder TurfMoorTom/AnotherP
ounding, not too bright are you? How many accounts is that now?

I own you.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.[/p][/quote]I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it. LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...[/p][/quote]So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references. Take a bow Mr Smack Rat![/p][/quote]Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads. They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist. Rovers fans own us with ease.[/p][/quote]Once again no-dad, swapping the lowercase L in Claret for a capital i just doesn't cut it. You need to try much harder TurfMoorTom/AnotherP ounding, not too bright are you? How many accounts is that now? I own you. Super CIaret
  • Score: -3

9:17pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

http://www.burnleyfo
otballclub.com/news/
article/ings-im-happ
y-at-burnley-160714-
1763838.aspx?

Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.
http://www.burnleyfo otballclub.com/news/ article/ings-im-happ y-at-burnley-160714- 1763838.aspx? Another slap in the face for the no-dad's. Super CIaret
  • Score: -4

9:19pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super Claret says...

Super CIaret wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it.

LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...
So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references.
Take a bow Mr Smack Rat!
Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads.

They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist.

Rovers fans own us with ease.
Once again no-dad, swapping the lowercase L in Claret for a capital i just doesn't cut it. You need to try much harder TurfMoorTom/AnotherP

ounding, not too bright are you? How many accounts is that now?

I own you.
I am a schizoid.

We Love You Rovers.
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.[/p][/quote]I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it. LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...[/p][/quote]So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references. Take a bow Mr Smack Rat![/p][/quote]Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads. They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist. Rovers fans own us with ease.[/p][/quote]Once again no-dad, swapping the lowercase L in Claret for a capital i just doesn't cut it. You need to try much harder TurfMoorTom/AnotherP ounding, not too bright are you? How many accounts is that now? I own you.[/p][/quote]I am a schizoid. We Love You Rovers. Super Claret
  • Score: 6

9:22pm Wed 16 Jul 14

keanoutofrovers says...

McClaret wrote:
Could be worse, could have got £750m for a 10 yr deal for wearing it!!
Has anyone bothered to notice that Man U now have secured 3 new sponsorship deals totaling £148m per annum whilst they are still negotiating a deal to sponsor the training ground at Carrington.
Last season spurs total income was £147m.
Mind the gap - it is getting wider. Surely time for a Euro league?
Seriously who would be bothered if a Euro league was formed and 4/5 clubs disappeared.
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Could be worse, could have got £750m for a 10 yr deal for wearing it!! Has anyone bothered to notice that Man U now have secured 3 new sponsorship deals totaling £148m per annum whilst they are still negotiating a deal to sponsor the training ground at Carrington. Last season spurs total income was £147m. Mind the gap - it is getting wider. Surely time for a Euro league?[/p][/quote]Seriously who would be bothered if a Euro league was formed and 4/5 clubs disappeared. keanoutofrovers
  • Score: 2

9:22pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Angry From Accrington says...

Super CIaret wrote:
http://www.burnleyfo

otballclub.com/news/

article/ings-im-happ

y-at-burnley-160714-

1763838.aspx?

Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.
Just like Suarez was happy at Liverpool. The next time you see Danny Boy at Turd Moor will be when they host Southampton.
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: http://www.burnleyfo otballclub.com/news/ article/ings-im-happ y-at-burnley-160714- 1763838.aspx? Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.[/p][/quote]Just like Suarez was happy at Liverpool. The next time you see Danny Boy at Turd Moor will be when they host Southampton. Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 5

9:38pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

Super CIaret wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it.

LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...
So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references.
Take a bow Mr Smack Rat!
Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads.

They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist.

Rovers fans own us with ease.
Once again no-dad, swapping the lowercase L in Claret for a capital i just doesn't cut it. You need to try much harder TurfMoorTom/AnotherP

ounding, not too bright are you? How many accounts is that now?

I own you.
No. You are wrong. As Rovers F.C. warned me, Ray came round and had a 'quiet word'.

I have seen the error of my ways.

I will be drafting an open letter of apology to our now fellow Rovers fans tomorrow.

Rovers fans own us with consummate ease.

Being a Rovers fan is lovely.
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.[/p][/quote]I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it. LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...[/p][/quote]So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references. Take a bow Mr Smack Rat![/p][/quote]Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads. They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist. Rovers fans own us with ease.[/p][/quote]Once again no-dad, swapping the lowercase L in Claret for a capital i just doesn't cut it. You need to try much harder TurfMoorTom/AnotherP ounding, not too bright are you? How many accounts is that now? I own you.[/p][/quote]No. You are wrong. As Rovers F.C. warned me, Ray came round and had a 'quiet word'. I have seen the error of my ways. I will be drafting an open letter of apology to our now fellow Rovers fans tomorrow. Rovers fans own us with consummate ease. Being a Rovers fan is lovely. Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 5

9:40pm Wed 16 Jul 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Super CIaret wrote:
http://www.burnleyfo

otballclub.com/news/

article/ings-im-happ

y-at-burnley-160714-

1763838.aspx?

Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.
So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch?

Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh.

And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen?

I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now.

O
W
E
N

C
O
Y
L
E
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: http://www.burnleyfo otballclub.com/news/ article/ings-im-happ y-at-burnley-160714- 1763838.aspx? Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.[/p][/quote]So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch? Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh. And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen? I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now. O W E N C O Y L E more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 11

9:50pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

TurfMoorTom/AnotherP
oundFromJimmySavile is putting some real effort in but sadly getting very little out of it beyond his own warped gratification. Slapped down on each and every article the poor imbecile now imitates Clarets in a weak attempt at tomfoolery. It's sad and pitiful but he represents Blackburn Rovers and sadly that's all we can expect from him. Ashamed of Blackburn Rovers and destroyed by the Clarets. TurfMoorTom under whichever account he currently chooses to purvey his bile is quite simply suffering from a complete and thorough mental breakdown, and all due to one simple inescapable FACT...

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

His suffering brings joy to each and every Claret, and long may it continue.


Blackburn Rovers are.......Staying.Do
wn.Forever.
TurfMoorTom/AnotherP oundFromJimmySavile is putting some real effort in but sadly getting very little out of it beyond his own warped gratification. Slapped down on each and every article the poor imbecile now imitates Clarets in a weak attempt at tomfoolery. It's sad and pitiful but he represents Blackburn Rovers and sadly that's all we can expect from him. Ashamed of Blackburn Rovers and destroyed by the Clarets. TurfMoorTom under whichever account he currently chooses to purvey his bile is quite simply suffering from a complete and thorough mental breakdown, and all due to one simple inescapable FACT... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. His suffering brings joy to each and every Claret, and long may it continue. Blackburn Rovers are.......Staying.Do wn.Forever. Super CIaret
  • Score: -3

9:52pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

Scamp Kingsley wrote:
Super CIaret wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it.

LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...
So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references.
Take a bow Mr Smack Rat!
Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads.

They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist.

Rovers fans own us with ease.
Once again no-dad, swapping the lowercase L in Claret for a capital i just doesn't cut it. You need to try much harder TurfMoorTom/AnotherP


ounding, not too bright are you? How many accounts is that now?

I own you.
No. You are wrong. As Rovers F.C. warned me, Ray came round and had a 'quiet word'.

I have seen the error of my ways.

I will be drafting an open letter of apology to our now fellow Rovers fans tomorrow.

Rovers fans own us with consummate ease.

Being a Rovers fan is lovely.
Oh dear, looks like you've messed it up again.
[quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.[/p][/quote]I remember that greeny, summer 2012 after we were relegated, it was ne that started it. LOL :-) And i though UTC - Usually Touches Children was a corker. Well done...can't remember any more...[/p][/quote]So after starting your day bigging up the 'heritage' of wovers shirt colours and justifing how the PPI clowns are a must for old dears left short (they're, not) it all boils down to giggling at the acronyn UTC with school boy sexual references. Take a bow Mr Smack Rat![/p][/quote]Watch out Scampers, Ray and Rovers F.C. might come round with a transit van full of lads. They are East Lancashire's top boys and no matter how poisonous you or I are, no matter how OCDingle we are, no matter how toe curlingly embarrassing we might be.... Blackburn Rovers is a force we cannot resist. Rovers fans own us with ease.[/p][/quote]Once again no-dad, swapping the lowercase L in Claret for a capital i just doesn't cut it. You need to try much harder TurfMoorTom/AnotherP ounding, not too bright are you? How many accounts is that now? I own you.[/p][/quote]No. You are wrong. As Rovers F.C. warned me, Ray came round and had a 'quiet word'. I have seen the error of my ways. I will be drafting an open letter of apology to our now fellow Rovers fans tomorrow. Rovers fans own us with consummate ease. Being a Rovers fan is lovely.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, looks like you've messed it up again. Super CIaret
  • Score: -4

9:54pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super CIaret wrote:
http://www.burnleyfo


otballclub.com/news/


article/ings-im-happ


y-at-burnley-160714-


1763838.aspx?

Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.
So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch?

Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh.

And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen?

I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now.

O
W
E
N

C
O
Y
L
E
You all claimed Dyche would leave.

Dyche signed a new 3year contract.

Morons aren't you?
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: http://www.burnleyfo otballclub.com/news/ article/ings-im-happ y-at-burnley-160714- 1763838.aspx? Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.[/p][/quote]So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch? Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh. And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen? I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now. O W E N C O Y L E[/p][/quote]You all claimed Dyche would leave. Dyche signed a new 3year contract. Morons aren't you? Super CIaret
  • Score: -5

9:55pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

Super CIaret wrote:
TurfMoorTom/AnotherP

oundFromJimmySavile is putting some real effort in but sadly getting very little out of it beyond his own warped gratification. Slapped down on each and every article the poor imbecile now imitates Clarets in a weak attempt at tomfoolery. It's sad and pitiful but he represents Blackburn Rovers and sadly that's all we can expect from him. Ashamed of Blackburn Rovers and destroyed by the Clarets. TurfMoorTom under whichever account he currently chooses to purvey his bile is quite simply suffering from a complete and thorough mental breakdown, and all due to one simple inescapable FACT...

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

His suffering brings joy to each and every Claret, and long may it continue.


Blackburn Rovers are.......Staying.Do

wn.Forever.
Leave it out you schizoid.

I have seen the error of my ways.

I love Blackburn Rovers.

An open letter of apology or should i just take my fingers out of my sister now I'm a Rovers man through and through?

Being a Rovers fan feels all warm and fuzzy inside.
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: TurfMoorTom/AnotherP oundFromJimmySavile is putting some real effort in but sadly getting very little out of it beyond his own warped gratification. Slapped down on each and every article the poor imbecile now imitates Clarets in a weak attempt at tomfoolery. It's sad and pitiful but he represents Blackburn Rovers and sadly that's all we can expect from him. Ashamed of Blackburn Rovers and destroyed by the Clarets. TurfMoorTom under whichever account he currently chooses to purvey his bile is quite simply suffering from a complete and thorough mental breakdown, and all due to one simple inescapable FACT... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. His suffering brings joy to each and every Claret, and long may it continue. Blackburn Rovers are.......Staying.Do wn.Forever.[/p][/quote]Leave it out you schizoid. I have seen the error of my ways. I love Blackburn Rovers. An open letter of apology or should i just take my fingers out of my sister now I'm a Rovers man through and through? Being a Rovers fan feels all warm and fuzzy inside. Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 5

9:56pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Angry From Accrington says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super CIaret wrote:
http://www.burnleyfo


otballclub.com/news/


article/ings-im-happ


y-at-burnley-160714-


1763838.aspx?

Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.
So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch?

Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh.

And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen?

I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now.

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Let's face it........Danny Ings at Burnlah is as unlikely as Daniel Craig on Emmerdale, Katherine Jenkins in Girls Aloud or Jamie Oliver running a Burnlah Kebabbery.
They just can't let go and move on
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: http://www.burnleyfo otballclub.com/news/ article/ings-im-happ y-at-burnley-160714- 1763838.aspx? Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.[/p][/quote]So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch? Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh. And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen? I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now. O W E N C O Y L E[/p][/quote]Let's face it........Danny Ings at Burnlah is as unlikely as Daniel Craig on Emmerdale, Katherine Jenkins in Girls Aloud or Jamie Oliver running a Burnlah Kebabbery. They just can't let go and move on Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 9

10:01pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super CIaret wrote:
http://www.burnleyfo


otballclub.com/news/


article/ings-im-happ


y-at-burnley-160714-


1763838.aspx?

Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.
So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch?

Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh.

And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen?

I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now.

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Thanks for coming round and sorting my head out Ray.

I am now a Rovets fan.

A full human.

No longer a skip rat no class scrubber with a bit of coin.

BRFC for ever.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: http://www.burnleyfo otballclub.com/news/ article/ings-im-happ y-at-burnley-160714- 1763838.aspx? Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.[/p][/quote]So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch? Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh. And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen? I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now. O W E N C O Y L E[/p][/quote]Thanks for coming round and sorting my head out Ray. I am now a Rovets fan. A full human. No longer a skip rat no class scrubber with a bit of coin. BRFC for ever. Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 2

10:10pm Wed 16 Jul 14

owd nick says...

Scamp Kingsley wrote:
No more thoughts on PPI firms ripping off little old dears of their full compensation, Mr smack rat?
You miss the point.

The "Little old dears" as you call them have already been ripped off long before the PPI claim firms came on the scene.

The banks,building societies and other loan lenders aren't going to admit that they have ripped them off, they want to keep their ill gotten gains in their dirty little wallets.

So it's a dirty job but someone has to do it.

Taken a loan out in the last 25 years?

Used your credit card?

Chances are you have been shafted big time by PPI.

Have a look yourself, there are lots of websites that will show you what to do, or go to the professionals, like Zebra perhaps, they will take a cut but you will get the bulk of your money back it they can prove you didn't know you had been shafted.

Personally I would rather have someone like Zebra sponsoring our shirts than, say a national bank, or would you prefer someone like Wonga who charge "Little old dears" exorbitant interest rates then send them threatening letters?

Or perhaps an on line gambling company that traps people into believing they can win every time they place a bet, until they have nothing left to gamble with.

It's all relative.
[quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: No more thoughts on PPI firms ripping off little old dears of their full compensation, Mr smack rat?[/p][/quote]You miss the point. The "Little old dears" as you call them have already been ripped off long before the PPI claim firms came on the scene. The banks,building societies and other loan lenders aren't going to admit that they have ripped them off, they want to keep their ill gotten gains in their dirty little wallets. So it's a dirty job but someone has to do it. Taken a loan out in the last 25 years? Used your credit card? Chances are you have been shafted big time by PPI. Have a look yourself, there are lots of websites that will show you what to do, or go to the professionals, like Zebra perhaps, they will take a cut but you will get the bulk of your money back it they can prove you didn't know you had been shafted. Personally I would rather have someone like Zebra sponsoring our shirts than, say a national bank, or would you prefer someone like Wonga who charge "Little old dears" exorbitant interest rates then send them threatening letters? Or perhaps an on line gambling company that traps people into believing they can win every time they place a bet, until they have nothing left to gamble with. It's all relative. owd nick
  • Score: 2

10:11pm Wed 16 Jul 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Super CIaret wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super CIaret wrote:
http://www.burnleyfo



otballclub.com/news/



article/ings-im-happ



y-at-burnley-160714-



1763838.aspx?

Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.
So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch?

Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh.

And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen?

I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now.

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You all claimed Dyche would leave.

Dyche signed a new 3year contract.

Morons aren't you?
Ahh I see, so when players or managers sign contracts in Bonleh they see them through? Wasn't Coyle under contract when he left for the might of Bolton?

Picture the scene:

"Hi Shaun, Mike Ashley here, I want you to manage Newcastle Utd and I'll pay you 20 times what you earn at thingy"

"Sorry Mike, I've just signed a 3 year deal for £8.55 an hour so I can't possibly make the move. Plus I love this town so much, especially the warm lager in the Prinny Royal"
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: http://www.burnleyfo otballclub.com/news/ article/ings-im-happ y-at-burnley-160714- 1763838.aspx? Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.[/p][/quote]So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch? Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh. And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen? I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now. O W E N C O Y L E[/p][/quote]You all claimed Dyche would leave. Dyche signed a new 3year contract. Morons aren't you?[/p][/quote]Ahh I see, so when players or managers sign contracts in Bonleh they see them through? Wasn't Coyle under contract when he left for the might of Bolton? Picture the scene: "Hi Shaun, Mike Ashley here, I want you to manage Newcastle Utd and I'll pay you 20 times what you earn at thingy" "Sorry Mike, I've just signed a 3 year deal for £8.55 an hour so I can't possibly make the move. Plus I love this town so much, especially the warm lager in the Prinny Royal" more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 12

10:21pm Wed 16 Jul 14

cedar67 says...

Super CIaret wrote:
It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the ruling body forced them to.

Another embarrassment to our beautiful game and it comes courtesy of the clowns at Ewood Park.
You're setting yourself up for a big fall mate. Can't wait for the new season, all good down at Ewood. What about Burnley? How many games do you think you will win the season? Hilarious !! Btw I thought you said Rhodes was being sold. Hilarious (again) !
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: It's little wonder Venkys had it removed before the ruling body forced them to. Another embarrassment to our beautiful game and it comes courtesy of the clowns at Ewood Park.[/p][/quote]You're setting yourself up for a big fall mate. Can't wait for the new season, all good down at Ewood. What about Burnley? How many games do you think you will win the season? Hilarious !! Btw I thought you said Rhodes was being sold. Hilarious (again) ! cedar67
  • Score: 13

10:24pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super CIaret wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super CIaret wrote:
http://www.burnleyfo




otballclub.com/news/




article/ings-im-happ




y-at-burnley-160714-




1763838.aspx?

Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.
So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch?

Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh.

And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen?

I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now.

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You all claimed Dyche would leave.

Dyche signed a new 3year contract.

Morons aren't you?
Ahh I see, so when players or managers sign contracts in Bonleh they see them through? Wasn't Coyle under contract when he left for the might of Bolton?

Picture the scene:

"Hi Shaun, Mike Ashley here, I want you to manage Newcastle Utd and I'll pay you 20 times what you earn at thingy"

"Sorry Mike, I've just signed a 3 year deal for £8.55 an hour so I can't possibly make the move. Plus I love this town so much, especially the warm lager in the Prinny Royal"
Too right, Ray.

I used to be a Dingle Troll but now I'm a Rovers fan; cold lager, 21st century football stadium, a football club with pedigree plus i get to wear a fabulously evocative football shirt.

It doesn't get any better.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: http://www.burnleyfo otballclub.com/news/ article/ings-im-happ y-at-burnley-160714- 1763838.aspx? Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.[/p][/quote]So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch? Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh. And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen? I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now. O W E N C O Y L E[/p][/quote]You all claimed Dyche would leave. Dyche signed a new 3year contract. Morons aren't you?[/p][/quote]Ahh I see, so when players or managers sign contracts in Bonleh they see them through? Wasn't Coyle under contract when he left for the might of Bolton? Picture the scene: "Hi Shaun, Mike Ashley here, I want you to manage Newcastle Utd and I'll pay you 20 times what you earn at thingy" "Sorry Mike, I've just signed a 3 year deal for £8.55 an hour so I can't possibly make the move. Plus I love this town so much, especially the warm lager in the Prinny Royal"[/p][/quote]Too right, Ray. I used to be a Dingle Troll but now I'm a Rovers fan; cold lager, 21st century football stadium, a football club with pedigree plus i get to wear a fabulously evocative football shirt. It doesn't get any better. Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 4

10:43pm Wed 16 Jul 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Scamp Kingsley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super CIaret wrote:
http://www.burnleyfo



otballclub.com/news/



article/ings-im-happ



y-at-burnley-160714-



1763838.aspx?

Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.
So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch?

Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh.

And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen?

I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now.

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Thanks for coming round and sorting my head out Ray.

I am now a Rovets fan.

A full human.

No longer a skip rat no class scrubber with a bit of coin.

BRFC for ever.
No probs.... tell your missus to have a shave aswell
[quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: http://www.burnleyfo otballclub.com/news/ article/ings-im-happ y-at-burnley-160714- 1763838.aspx? Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.[/p][/quote]So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch? Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh. And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen? I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now. O W E N C O Y L E[/p][/quote]Thanks for coming round and sorting my head out Ray. I am now a Rovets fan. A full human. No longer a skip rat no class scrubber with a bit of coin. BRFC for ever.[/p][/quote]No probs.... tell your missus to have a shave aswell more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 2

10:48pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Angry From Accrington says...

owd nick wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
No more thoughts on PPI firms ripping off little old dears of their full compensation, Mr smack rat?
You miss the point.

The "Little old dears" as you call them have already been ripped off long before the PPI claim firms came on the scene.

The banks,building societies and other loan lenders aren't going to admit that they have ripped them off, they want to keep their ill gotten gains in their dirty little wallets.

So it's a dirty job but someone has to do it.

Taken a loan out in the last 25 years?

Used your credit card?

Chances are you have been shafted big time by PPI.

Have a look yourself, there are lots of websites that will show you what to do, or go to the professionals, like Zebra perhaps, they will take a cut but you will get the bulk of your money back it they can prove you didn't know you had been shafted.

Personally I would rather have someone like Zebra sponsoring our shirts than, say a national bank, or would you prefer someone like Wonga who charge "Little old dears" exorbitant interest rates then send them threatening letters?

Or perhaps an on line gambling company that traps people into believing they can win every time they place a bet, until they have nothing left to gamble with.

It's all relative.
I'm sorry to disagree with you Nick but I resent billions of taxpayers money being spent compensating people too ignorant or lazy to read the small print and signing up for an insurance product that they did not need. Tax payers money that bailed out the major banks is now being pumped into these parasitical companies who bombard sensible citizens with phone calls and texts. Yes, PPI WAS a tax on the stupid but most recipients of compensation will be frittering it away on scratch cards......or online betting!
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: No more thoughts on PPI firms ripping off little old dears of their full compensation, Mr smack rat?[/p][/quote]You miss the point. The "Little old dears" as you call them have already been ripped off long before the PPI claim firms came on the scene. The banks,building societies and other loan lenders aren't going to admit that they have ripped them off, they want to keep their ill gotten gains in their dirty little wallets. So it's a dirty job but someone has to do it. Taken a loan out in the last 25 years? Used your credit card? Chances are you have been shafted big time by PPI. Have a look yourself, there are lots of websites that will show you what to do, or go to the professionals, like Zebra perhaps, they will take a cut but you will get the bulk of your money back it they can prove you didn't know you had been shafted. Personally I would rather have someone like Zebra sponsoring our shirts than, say a national bank, or would you prefer someone like Wonga who charge "Little old dears" exorbitant interest rates then send them threatening letters? Or perhaps an on line gambling company that traps people into believing they can win every time they place a bet, until they have nothing left to gamble with. It's all relative.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry to disagree with you Nick but I resent billions of taxpayers money being spent compensating people too ignorant or lazy to read the small print and signing up for an insurance product that they did not need. Tax payers money that bailed out the major banks is now being pumped into these parasitical companies who bombard sensible citizens with phone calls and texts. Yes, PPI WAS a tax on the stupid but most recipients of compensation will be frittering it away on scratch cards......or online betting! Angry From Accrington
  • Score: -4

10:58pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super CIaret wrote:
http://www.burnleyfo




otballclub.com/news/




article/ings-im-happ




y-at-burnley-160714-




1763838.aspx?

Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.
So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch?

Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh.

And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen?

I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now.

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Thanks for coming round and sorting my head out Ray.

I am now a Rovets fan.

A full human.

No longer a skip rat no class scrubber with a bit of coin.

BRFC for ever.
No probs.... tell your missus to have a shave aswell
Will do, Ray. Thanks for the tip... which incidentally is where i found my missus.

It's going to take time to adjust.

I hear you're having a world with the other Dingle Trolls that plague these pages.

Expect more converts.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: http://www.burnleyfo otballclub.com/news/ article/ings-im-happ y-at-burnley-160714- 1763838.aspx? Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.[/p][/quote]So you think Ings will stay at Bonleh for the love of the club, some free Asda vouchers and a packet of Monster Munch? Amazing how every other human being on the planet chases the dollar and yet dingles think footballers who play for Bonleh are only interested in playing for Bonleh. And I suppose Dyche will never leave either cos he's just been given his own parking spot at Turd and a club pen? I thought you hairy palmers would've learnt by now. O W E N C O Y L E[/p][/quote]Thanks for coming round and sorting my head out Ray. I am now a Rovets fan. A full human. No longer a skip rat no class scrubber with a bit of coin. BRFC for ever.[/p][/quote]No probs.... tell your missus to have a shave aswell[/p][/quote]Will do, Ray. Thanks for the tip... which incidentally is where i found my missus. It's going to take time to adjust. I hear you're having a world with the other Dingle Trolls that plague these pages. Expect more converts. Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 2

11:02pm Wed 16 Jul 14

baldie says...

Super CIaret wrote:
http://www.burnleyfo

otballclub.com/news/

article/ings-im-happ

y-at-burnley-160714-

1763838.aspx?

Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.
Doesn't matter anyway,you've replaced him now with the Duke.
What more could you ask for?
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: http://www.burnleyfo otballclub.com/news/ article/ings-im-happ y-at-burnley-160714- 1763838.aspx? Another slap in the face for the no-dad's.[/p][/quote]Doesn't matter anyway,you've replaced him now with the Duke. What more could you ask for? baldie
  • Score: 0

11:07pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Travis Bickle76 says...

I have Just read Kevin Gallagher's simple minded and crass analysis of the new Rovers promotional video. To simply describe the video as tongue in cheek completely misses the point. It sends out signals that we are a parochial backward looking club rooted in the dark ages and supported by morons. Are you a fat sexist idiot then come and join the knuckle dragging throwbacks at Ewood Park. I half expected to see some 1970's hooligans scrapping in the car park and being apprehended by Gene Hunt just to complete the retro flavour. No other club in the land would give the green light and commision this rubbish. I can't imagine previous regimes at the club and the likes of John Williams would ever given the go ahead to produce such garbage. Presumably the Venkys had the final say and veto on the video which only serves to reflect on how out of touch they are with running a football club in the 21st century. All in all the video is a metaphor for all that is wrong at the club at the highest level. In that sense the video speaks volumes.
I have Just read Kevin Gallagher's simple minded and crass analysis of the new Rovers promotional video. To simply describe the video as tongue in cheek completely misses the point. It sends out signals that we are a parochial backward looking club rooted in the dark ages and supported by morons. Are you a fat sexist idiot then come and join the knuckle dragging throwbacks at Ewood Park. I half expected to see some 1970's hooligans scrapping in the car park and being apprehended by Gene Hunt just to complete the retro flavour. No other club in the land would give the green light and commision this rubbish. I can't imagine previous regimes at the club and the likes of John Williams would ever given the go ahead to produce such garbage. Presumably the Venkys had the final say and veto on the video which only serves to reflect on how out of touch they are with running a football club in the 21st century. All in all the video is a metaphor for all that is wrong at the club at the highest level. In that sense the video speaks volumes. Travis Bickle76
  • Score: 0

11:30pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Super Claret says...

Wow...schizoid episode over.

Back on track and smiling :-) Love my new Rovers identity.

Blackburn Rovers - a name that resonates with history and tradition

Rovers for ever.
Wow...schizoid episode over. Back on track and smiling :-) Love my new Rovers identity. Blackburn Rovers - a name that resonates with history and tradition Rovers for ever. Super Claret
  • Score: 4

12:33am Thu 17 Jul 14

RoversNorthEast says...

Having a laugh is one thing,but we are supposed to be a serious club with serious aspirations of premier league football.

This was a utter F*** Up and every proper Rovers supporter knows it.

Burnley and there mongrels really don't interest me as they will be smashing back down soon.

But you know what I consider worse than the Video,This rediculous Zebra head on the shirt..we could not even attract a half decent sponsor..and it hits home how stupid this sponsor is as they have not even got a logo or website to use there service.
Having a laugh is one thing,but we are supposed to be a serious club with serious aspirations of premier league football. This was a utter F*** Up and every proper Rovers supporter knows it. Burnley and there mongrels really don't interest me as they will be smashing back down soon. But you know what I consider worse than the Video,This rediculous Zebra head on the shirt..we could not even attract a half decent sponsor..and it hits home how stupid this sponsor is as they have not even got a logo or website to use there service. RoversNorthEast
  • Score: -1

4:59am Thu 17 Jul 14

dangerous dave says...

greenscreener wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
greeenslaver your dribbling rubbish again put you bib on and change your nappy at the same time!!!
By the way you wont be embarrassed wearing the shirt - like you it it smacks of crap!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.[/p][/quote]greeenslaver your dribbling rubbish again put you bib on and change your nappy at the same time!!! By the way you wont be embarrassed wearing the shirt - like you it it smacks of crap!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS dangerous dave
  • Score: -2

5:03am Thu 17 Jul 14

dangerous dave says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
owd nick wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
No more thoughts on PPI firms ripping off little old dears of their full compensation, Mr smack rat?
You miss the point.

The "Little old dears" as you call them have already been ripped off long before the PPI claim firms came on the scene.

The banks,building societies and other loan lenders aren't going to admit that they have ripped them off, they want to keep their ill gotten gains in their dirty little wallets.

So it's a dirty job but someone has to do it.

Taken a loan out in the last 25 years?

Used your credit card?

Chances are you have been shafted big time by PPI.

Have a look yourself, there are lots of websites that will show you what to do, or go to the professionals, like Zebra perhaps, they will take a cut but you will get the bulk of your money back it they can prove you didn't know you had been shafted.

Personally I would rather have someone like Zebra sponsoring our shirts than, say a national bank, or would you prefer someone like Wonga who charge "Little old dears" exorbitant interest rates then send them threatening letters?

Or perhaps an on line gambling company that traps people into believing they can win every time they place a bet, until they have nothing left to gamble with.

It's all relative.
I'm sorry to disagree with you Nick but I resent billions of taxpayers money being spent compensating people too ignorant or lazy to read the small print and signing up for an insurance product that they did not need. Tax payers money that bailed out the major banks is now being pumped into these parasitical companies who bombard sensible citizens with phone calls and texts. Yes, PPI WAS a tax on the stupid but most recipients of compensation will be frittering it away on scratch cards......or online betting!
SPOT ON!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS AND CRAP SHIRT
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: No more thoughts on PPI firms ripping off little old dears of their full compensation, Mr smack rat?[/p][/quote]You miss the point. The "Little old dears" as you call them have already been ripped off long before the PPI claim firms came on the scene. The banks,building societies and other loan lenders aren't going to admit that they have ripped them off, they want to keep their ill gotten gains in their dirty little wallets. So it's a dirty job but someone has to do it. Taken a loan out in the last 25 years? Used your credit card? Chances are you have been shafted big time by PPI. Have a look yourself, there are lots of websites that will show you what to do, or go to the professionals, like Zebra perhaps, they will take a cut but you will get the bulk of your money back it they can prove you didn't know you had been shafted. Personally I would rather have someone like Zebra sponsoring our shirts than, say a national bank, or would you prefer someone like Wonga who charge "Little old dears" exorbitant interest rates then send them threatening letters? Or perhaps an on line gambling company that traps people into believing they can win every time they place a bet, until they have nothing left to gamble with. It's all relative.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry to disagree with you Nick but I resent billions of taxpayers money being spent compensating people too ignorant or lazy to read the small print and signing up for an insurance product that they did not need. Tax payers money that bailed out the major banks is now being pumped into these parasitical companies who bombard sensible citizens with phone calls and texts. Yes, PPI WAS a tax on the stupid but most recipients of compensation will be frittering it away on scratch cards......or online betting![/p][/quote]SPOT ON!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS AND CRAP SHIRT dangerous dave
  • Score: -2

7:19am Thu 17 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

Travis Bickle76 wrote:
I have Just read Kevin Gallagher's simple minded and crass analysis of the new Rovers promotional video. To simply describe the video as tongue in cheek completely misses the point. It sends out signals that we are a parochial backward looking club rooted in the dark ages and supported by morons. Are you a fat sexist idiot then come and join the knuckle dragging throwbacks at Ewood Park. I half expected to see some 1970's hooligans scrapping in the car park and being apprehended by Gene Hunt just to complete the retro flavour. No other club in the land would give the green light and commision this rubbish. I can't imagine previous regimes at the club and the likes of John Williams would ever given the go ahead to produce such garbage. Presumably the Venkys had the final say and veto on the video which only serves to reflect on how out of touch they are with running a football club in the 21st century. All in all the video is a metaphor for all that is wrong at the club at the highest level. In that sense the video speaks volumes.
Very we'll said Travis.

A shambles of the highest order.
[quote][p][bold]Travis Bickle76[/bold] wrote: I have Just read Kevin Gallagher's simple minded and crass analysis of the new Rovers promotional video. To simply describe the video as tongue in cheek completely misses the point. It sends out signals that we are a parochial backward looking club rooted in the dark ages and supported by morons. Are you a fat sexist idiot then come and join the knuckle dragging throwbacks at Ewood Park. I half expected to see some 1970's hooligans scrapping in the car park and being apprehended by Gene Hunt just to complete the retro flavour. No other club in the land would give the green light and commision this rubbish. I can't imagine previous regimes at the club and the likes of John Williams would ever given the go ahead to produce such garbage. Presumably the Venkys had the final say and veto on the video which only serves to reflect on how out of touch they are with running a football club in the 21st century. All in all the video is a metaphor for all that is wrong at the club at the highest level. In that sense the video speaks volumes.[/p][/quote]Very we'll said Travis. A shambles of the highest order. Super CIaret
  • Score: 1

7:21am Thu 17 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Super CIaret
  • Score: -2

8:17am Thu 17 Jul 14

A Darener says...

It will be interesting to see how many of these new shirts are seen out and about. It will take a very brave fan to parade it anywhere other than at Ewood Park after the bad publicity. He will probably have to go incognito to the ground and change in the toilet on arrival.
It will be interesting to see how many of these new shirts are seen out and about. It will take a very brave fan to parade it anywhere other than at Ewood Park after the bad publicity. He will probably have to go incognito to the ground and change in the toilet on arrival. A Darener
  • Score: 1

8:32am Thu 17 Jul 14

greenscreener says...

dangerous dave wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Rovers F.C. wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are!
Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-)

Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.
The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym.

Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.
greeenslaver your dribbling rubbish again put you bib on and change your nappy at the same time!!!
By the way you wont be embarrassed wearing the shirt - like you it it smacks of crap!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
Dave, I'm finding it rather amusing that you feel the urge to attach your puerile irrelevant ravings to my comments.

Have you been psychologically hurt by the amusing ways i have ridiculed you or do you have a weird cyber-stalker crush on me ?

Sorry to disappoint you, I may be in your dreams, but you are not in mine :-)
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers F.C.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: If you're going to make up hillarious acronyms Mr wover fc it's customary to use the same first letter, otherwise you just look like a pompus wind bag...... oh wait you are![/p][/quote]Sorry, did I say "small club"? I meant "Tiny Club" :-) Here's the acronym again, UTC - Unbelievably Tiny Club, Usually Talks Cr@p, Unbelievably Tiny C0ck, Uncles Traumatic Cuddles... you get the picture.[/p][/quote]The LT archives will contain the full list from a couple of summers ago when Rovers fans had an entertaining couple of weeks and mercilessly ripped the p!ss out of the UTC with alternatives for their sorry acronym. Just a bit of fun of course but Uranus Takes Cucumbers was a bit close to home for many Dingles who responded with their own typically poor attempts at perverting COYB.[/p][/quote]greeenslaver your dribbling rubbish again put you bib on and change your nappy at the same time!!! By the way you wont be embarrassed wearing the shirt - like you it it smacks of crap!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]Dave, I'm finding it rather amusing that you feel the urge to attach your puerile irrelevant ravings to my comments. Have you been psychologically hurt by the amusing ways i have ridiculed you or do you have a weird cyber-stalker crush on me ? Sorry to disappoint you, I may be in your dreams, but you are not in mine :-) greenscreener
  • Score: 2

8:32am Thu 17 Jul 14

Rovers.1875 says...

Super CIaret wrote:
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
http://news.bbc.co.u
k/sport1/hi/football
/eng_div_1/1253086.s
tm

Blackburn Rovers 5-0 Burnley
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley[/p][/quote]http://news.bbc.co.u k/sport1/hi/football /eng_div_1/1253086.s tm Blackburn Rovers 5-0 Burnley Rovers.1875
  • Score: 14

8:46am Thu 17 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

Super CIaret wrote:
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Oh no, there I go again... I am just a schizoid...aren't I.

I will just have to have a word with me, myself and I.

I am Super CIaret - spelt with an I

I cry inside everyday.

We Love You Rovers.
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley[/p][/quote]Oh no, there I go again... I am just a schizoid...aren't I. I will just have to have a word with me, myself and I. I am Super CIaret - spelt with an I I cry inside everyday. We Love You Rovers. Super CIaret
  • Score: 2

8:56am Thu 17 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

OPEN LETTER OF ADMISSION TO ROVERS FANS.

Most of the Dingle Trolls are me, my sock puppet accounts. I have 5 or 6.

I am sad, lonely and pathetic a result of which means i have mental health issues.

I cry inside every day.

Years of pummelling's from Blackburn Rovers have left me bitter and enraged.

Last night Scampers and I were given the Blackburn treatment my Rovers F.C. And Ray.

We are now converts to the cause and pledge undying allegiances to the Blues. I feel happier inside, more at peace.

Rovers for ever.
OPEN LETTER OF ADMISSION TO ROVERS FANS. Most of the Dingle Trolls are me, my sock puppet accounts. I have 5 or 6. I am sad, lonely and pathetic a result of which means i have mental health issues. I cry inside every day. Years of pummelling's from Blackburn Rovers have left me bitter and enraged. Last night Scampers and I were given the Blackburn treatment my Rovers F.C. And Ray. We are now converts to the cause and pledge undying allegiances to the Blues. I feel happier inside, more at peace. Rovers for ever. Super CIaret
  • Score: 1

9:04am Thu 17 Jul 14

owd nick says...

A Darener wrote:
It will be interesting to see how many of these new shirts are seen out and about. It will take a very brave fan to parade it anywhere other than at Ewood Park after the bad publicity. He will probably have to go incognito to the ground and change in the toilet on arrival.
Why? I will wear it anywhere I want and if some boneheaded neanderthal wants to attack me for doing so I am more than capable of defending myself.

It's a football shirt FFS, with a fecking SPONSOR on the front.

People like you need a sense of humour transplant.

I don't know Birdy from Adam but he's a real fan, you aren't, and if its good enough for him its good enough for me.

I ask again, regarding sponsors;

Would you prefer an on line gambling company that makes billions by enticing people to throw their money at them until they have none left? As Burnley have?

Or a company like Wonga that rips vulnerable people off by charging exorbitant interest rates, then threatening them when they can't pay it back?

Or a bank, building society or finance company who for 20+ years have been applying PPI to loans, mortgages, credit cards without telling anyone?
Over the years taking untold billions off normal, unsuspecting people who given the choice would have said no.

The latter is why companies like Zebra Claims exist, they make money by getting some of that PPI back, they aren't whiter than white but they are better than all of the above mentioned.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: It will be interesting to see how many of these new shirts are seen out and about. It will take a very brave fan to parade it anywhere other than at Ewood Park after the bad publicity. He will probably have to go incognito to the ground and change in the toilet on arrival.[/p][/quote]Why? I will wear it anywhere I want and if some boneheaded neanderthal wants to attack me for doing so I am more than capable of defending myself. It's a football shirt FFS, with a fecking SPONSOR on the front. People like you need a sense of humour transplant. I don't know Birdy from Adam but he's a real fan, you aren't, and if its good enough for him its good enough for me. I ask again, regarding sponsors; Would you prefer an on line gambling company that makes billions by enticing people to throw their money at them until they have none left? As Burnley have? Or a company like Wonga that rips vulnerable people off by charging exorbitant interest rates, then threatening them when they can't pay it back? Or a bank, building society or finance company who for 20+ years have been applying PPI to loans, mortgages, credit cards without telling anyone? Over the years taking untold billions off normal, unsuspecting people who given the choice would have said no. The latter is why companies like Zebra Claims exist, they make money by getting some of that PPI back, they aren't whiter than white but they are better than all of the above mentioned. owd nick
  • Score: 1

10:09am Thu 17 Jul 14

A Darener says...

owd nick wrote:
A Darener wrote:
It will be interesting to see how many of these new shirts are seen out and about. It will take a very brave fan to parade it anywhere other than at Ewood Park after the bad publicity. He will probably have to go incognito to the ground and change in the toilet on arrival.
Why? I will wear it anywhere I want and if some boneheaded neanderthal wants to attack me for doing so I am more than capable of defending myself.

It's a football shirt FFS, with a fecking SPONSOR on the front.

People like you need a sense of humour transplant.

I don't know Birdy from Adam but he's a real fan, you aren't, and if its good enough for him its good enough for me.

I ask again, regarding sponsors;

Would you prefer an on line gambling company that makes billions by enticing people to throw their money at them until they have none left? As Burnley have?

Or a company like Wonga that rips vulnerable people off by charging exorbitant interest rates, then threatening them when they can't pay it back?

Or a bank, building society or finance company who for 20+ years have been applying PPI to loans, mortgages, credit cards without telling anyone?
Over the years taking untold billions off normal, unsuspecting people who given the choice would have said no.

The latter is why companies like Zebra Claims exist, they make money by getting some of that PPI back, they aren't whiter than white but they are better than all of the above mentioned.
People like you need a sense of humour transplant.?

Sorry! I thought I was being humorous, obviously not.

As a matter of fact I do know Birdy, only last week I gave him a lift from Asda. He is the epitome of a Rovers fan. Lives within a stones throw of the ground, wears their colours with pride. Would defend them to the end. Follows them everywhere. He represents all that is good about being a football fan, not just a Rovers' fan.
As for the actual sponsor. I am sure they are a decent company. But I feel that not just the Rovers but All football clubs should steer clear of any company courting controversy. They must be many more suitable company's available that would cater for both the young fan and the adult fan.
Wear your shirt with pride, and good luck to you.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: It will be interesting to see how many of these new shirts are seen out and about. It will take a very brave fan to parade it anywhere other than at Ewood Park after the bad publicity. He will probably have to go incognito to the ground and change in the toilet on arrival.[/p][/quote]Why? I will wear it anywhere I want and if some boneheaded neanderthal wants to attack me for doing so I am more than capable of defending myself. It's a football shirt FFS, with a fecking SPONSOR on the front. People like you need a sense of humour transplant. I don't know Birdy from Adam but he's a real fan, you aren't, and if its good enough for him its good enough for me. I ask again, regarding sponsors; Would you prefer an on line gambling company that makes billions by enticing people to throw their money at them until they have none left? As Burnley have? Or a company like Wonga that rips vulnerable people off by charging exorbitant interest rates, then threatening them when they can't pay it back? Or a bank, building society or finance company who for 20+ years have been applying PPI to loans, mortgages, credit cards without telling anyone? Over the years taking untold billions off normal, unsuspecting people who given the choice would have said no. The latter is why companies like Zebra Claims exist, they make money by getting some of that PPI back, they aren't whiter than white but they are better than all of the above mentioned.[/p][/quote]People like you need a sense of humour transplant.? Sorry! I thought I was being humorous, obviously not. As a matter of fact I do know Birdy, only last week I gave him a lift from Asda. He is the epitome of a Rovers fan. Lives within a stones throw of the ground, wears their colours with pride. Would defend them to the end. Follows them everywhere. He represents all that is good about being a football fan, not just a Rovers' fan. As for the actual sponsor. I am sure they are a decent company. But I feel that not just the Rovers but All football clubs should steer clear of any company courting controversy. They must be many more suitable company's available that would cater for both the young fan and the adult fan. Wear your shirt with pride, and good luck to you. A Darener
  • Score: 3

10:35am Thu 17 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Wow, some Blackburn fan has gone to extreme measures to impersonate Burnley fans.

I suppose it is all relative, Blackburn fans want to be Burnley fans - it is understandable given the massive gulf between our clubs, and the fact that there are still 15000 missing Blackburn fans who all disappeared at the same time Premier League football did - looks like they are all resurfacing on here.

Bless.
Wow, some Blackburn fan has gone to extreme measures to impersonate Burnley fans. I suppose it is all relative, Blackburn fans want to be Burnley fans - it is understandable given the massive gulf between our clubs, and the fact that there are still 15000 missing Blackburn fans who all disappeared at the same time Premier League football did - looks like they are all resurfacing on here. Bless. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -3

10:49am Thu 17 Jul 14

Rovers F.C. says...

There seems to have been some misunderstanding, including by myself.
There are two companies: Zebra Financial Claims and Zebra Claims, both based in Lancashire.

Zebra Claims are sponsoring Blackburn Rovers, they are also with Leeds United.

Their web sites:
1) Zebra Financial Claims who deal with: PPI CLAIMS:
http://www.zebrafina
ncialclaims.co.uk/

Zebra Financial Claims
17-19 Mumps,
Oldham,
Lancashire,
OL1 3TL.

PHONE - 0161 621 3171
EMAIL: info@zebrafinancialc
laims.co.uk

2) Zebra Claims who deal with: INDUSTRIAL DISEASE, ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT, ACCIDENT AT WORK, MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE, HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS, DOG ATTACKS

http://www.zebraclai
ms.co.uk/

Zebra Claims Ltd,
Suite 104, Rivington House,
Chorley New Road,
Horwich,
Lancashire,
BL6 5UE.

PHONE - 0161 761 5500
EMAIL -Enquiries@zebraclai
ms.co.uk
--------------------
--------------------
----
Blackburn Rovers Announce New Sponsor
PRESS RELEASE, 14th July 2014.

Rovers strike new sponsorship deal

Blackburn Rovers are delighted to announce that Zebra Claims Ltd will be the club's principal sponsor for the 2014-15 season.
One of the UK's leading claims management companies, Zebra Claims specialise in noise induced hearing loss but cover all aspects of legal claims.

Adrian Gowing, CEO of Zebra Claims Ltd said: "We are hugely excited about Zebra being the club's main sponsor. Blackburn Rovers are one of England's most famous football clubs, one of only five teams to have won the FA Premier League.

"We hope this is the start of a long and fruitful relationship and hope to see Rovers back in the Premier League where they belong."

Greg Coar, Head of Commercial and Marketing at Rovers, added: "It's a great pleasure to welcome Zebra Claims on board. After our first meeting it was clear that the Zebra team were excited by the potential here at Rovers. They can see the progress being achieved and were determined to place the Rovers' sponsorship at the core of their new B2C strategy.
"They were even willing to bring forward their plans to fit in with the launch of our new home and away kits.

"The other extremely pleasing aspect is that Regulatory Finance Solutions (“RFS”) are seeking to continue their fantastic relationship with Blackburn Rovers by renewing the Riverside Stand sponsorship. The club are extremely grateful for RFS’s support and commitment and last season’s progress will always be associated with the RFS brand.”

John Turner, Chief Executive of RFS said: “RFS has enjoyed some fantastic moments with Blackburn Rovers last season. As a non-consumer brand our sponsorship was always more about brand awareness rather than direct consumer activations. As a fan, however, you simply can’t beat having the company you built on the Rovers shirt. We are delighted to continue our strong relationship with Blackburn Rovers through our ongoing Riverside Stand sponsorship.

"We wish Zebra Claims all the very best for what promises to be a great season to come.",
There seems to have been some misunderstanding, including by myself. There are two companies: Zebra Financial Claims and Zebra Claims, both based in Lancashire. Zebra Claims are sponsoring Blackburn Rovers, they are also with Leeds United. Their web sites: 1) Zebra Financial Claims who deal with: PPI CLAIMS: http://www.zebrafina ncialclaims.co.uk/ Zebra Financial Claims 17-19 Mumps, Oldham, Lancashire, OL1 3TL. PHONE - 0161 621 3171 EMAIL: info@zebrafinancialc laims.co.uk 2) Zebra Claims who deal with: INDUSTRIAL DISEASE, ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT, ACCIDENT AT WORK, MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE, HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS, DOG ATTACKS http://www.zebraclai ms.co.uk/ Zebra Claims Ltd, Suite 104, Rivington House, Chorley New Road, Horwich, Lancashire, BL6 5UE. PHONE - 0161 761 5500 EMAIL -Enquiries@zebraclai ms.co.uk -------------------- -------------------- ---- Blackburn Rovers Announce New Sponsor PRESS RELEASE, 14th July 2014. Rovers strike new sponsorship deal Blackburn Rovers are delighted to announce that Zebra Claims Ltd will be the club's principal sponsor for the 2014-15 season. One of the UK's leading claims management companies, Zebra Claims specialise in noise induced hearing loss but cover all aspects of legal claims. Adrian Gowing, CEO of Zebra Claims Ltd said: "We are hugely excited about Zebra being the club's main sponsor. Blackburn Rovers are one of England's most famous football clubs, one of only five teams to have won the FA Premier League. "We hope this is the start of a long and fruitful relationship and hope to see Rovers back in the Premier League where they belong." Greg Coar, Head of Commercial and Marketing at Rovers, added: "It's a great pleasure to welcome Zebra Claims on board. After our first meeting it was clear that the Zebra team were excited by the potential here at Rovers. They can see the progress being achieved and were determined to place the Rovers' sponsorship at the core of their new B2C strategy. "They were even willing to bring forward their plans to fit in with the launch of our new home and away kits. "The other extremely pleasing aspect is that Regulatory Finance Solutions (“RFS”) are seeking to continue their fantastic relationship with Blackburn Rovers by renewing the Riverside Stand sponsorship. The club are extremely grateful for RFS’s support and commitment and last season’s progress will always be associated with the RFS brand.” John Turner, Chief Executive of RFS said: “RFS has enjoyed some fantastic moments with Blackburn Rovers last season. As a non-consumer brand our sponsorship was always more about brand awareness rather than direct consumer activations. As a fan, however, you simply can’t beat having the company you built on the Rovers shirt. We are delighted to continue our strong relationship with Blackburn Rovers through our ongoing Riverside Stand sponsorship. "We wish Zebra Claims all the very best for what promises to be a great season to come.", Rovers F.C.
  • Score: 1

1:00pm Thu 17 Jul 14

Rovertheedge says...

It's a promotional video that has raised mixed feelings. I didn't think it was a bad idea (the shirt on the other hand, I'm not too sure), people need to wake up and realise its about what happens on the pitch.

Good start and its happy days
It's a promotional video that has raised mixed feelings. I didn't think it was a bad idea (the shirt on the other hand, I'm not too sure), people need to wake up and realise its about what happens on the pitch. Good start and its happy days Rovertheedge
  • Score: 0

2:17pm Thu 17 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

Super CIaret wrote:
OPEN LETTER OF ADMISSION TO ROVERS FANS.

Most of the Dingle Trolls are me, my sock puppet accounts. I have 5 or 6.

I am sad, lonely and pathetic a result of which means i have mental health issues.

I cry inside every day.

Years of pummelling's from Blackburn Rovers have left me bitter and enraged.

Last night Scampers and I were given the Blackburn treatment my Rovers F.C. And Ray.

We are now converts to the cause and pledge undying allegiances to the Blues. I feel happier inside, more at peace.

Rovers for ever.
Look what I've done to you TurfMoorTom....

LOL!
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: OPEN LETTER OF ADMISSION TO ROVERS FANS. Most of the Dingle Trolls are me, my sock puppet accounts. I have 5 or 6. I am sad, lonely and pathetic a result of which means i have mental health issues. I cry inside every day. Years of pummelling's from Blackburn Rovers have left me bitter and enraged. Last night Scampers and I were given the Blackburn treatment my Rovers F.C. And Ray. We are now converts to the cause and pledge undying allegiances to the Blues. I feel happier inside, more at peace. Rovers for ever.[/p][/quote]Look what I've done to you TurfMoorTom.... LOL! Super CIaret
  • Score: -1

6:34pm Thu 17 Jul 14

MatthewCA says...

you know that is what we all want. be a total Rovers product.
you know that is what we all want. be a total Rovers product. MatthewCA
  • Score: 1

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