Dave Burnley: Clarets' home form crucial in battle for Premier League survival

Dave Burnley: Clarets' home form crucial in battle for Premier League survival

Dave Burnley: Clarets' home form crucial in battle for Premier League survival

First published in Football

FROM Austria to Accrington, Preston to Blackpool, with a touch of Spanish and Italian flair throw in.

That constituted our pre-season programme before our opening Premier League game against Chelsea at Turf Moor last night.

So the bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too. But what’s new?

In truth that is the deal we sign up to when we follow Burnley.

Back in the 1960s, Burnley not only held their own but finished runners-up in the top flight and reached the FA Cup final in 1962, and of course won the title two years previous.

So what of our prospects after an outstanding Championship season? Well as we made Turf Moor our fortress in 2013-14, we once again need to make it a hard place to visit.

That is where us, the fans, come in. It’s imperative we give the lads our wholehearted support if they are to succeed against overwhelming odds this campaign, competing with world class players.

I figure that there are a dozen teams we can pick up points from home and away, with the chance of bonus additions from the top seven regulars of Arsenal, Man City, Man United, Spurs, Everton, Liverpool and Chelsea.

To this end we play 11 of those 12 opponents consecutively in two adjoining spells interspersed by the two stellar sides of Everton and Arsenal before Christmas. Those games are critical.

We failed to beat the teams around us the last time we were in with the big boys. Indeed, just the one win against Wigan Athletic could have preserved our status.

I think that we are capable of securing the 10 wins and six draws that should maintain Premier League status as long as manager Sean Dyche is given the backing he may need to strengthen his squad.

To finish in 17th position would be mission accomplished, with anything more a welcome bonus.

I’m not holding out a great hope on my 10,000-1 bet that we will win the league but it’s great to be back and keep the faith.

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1:32pm Tue 19 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Man U up next at Fortress Turf Moor, where we will never be defeated, oh........hang on a minute
Man U up next at Fortress Turf Moor, where we will never be defeated, oh........hang on a minute AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -5

1:37pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Bellypork says...

Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................
.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night. Bellypork
  • Score: -4

1:40pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

10 wins and 6 draws may not be enough this time round Dave......the standard is getting higher and it will be harder to bat the so called ' easy' teams....
10 wins and 6 draws may not be enough this time round Dave......the standard is getting higher and it will be harder to bat the so called ' easy' teams.... Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 1

2:11pm Tue 19 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

Burnley will be fine. The arrogance of my fellow Rovers fans will subside soon enough. Play as you did last night against the lesser teams of the premier league and you'll be fine. Restrict the lesser teams to only 3 shots on target as you did last night and you'll be fine, no other opponent will be as clinical in finishing as Chelsea, and maintain the same outstanding support as you had last night and you'll be fine.

A positive preseason and a challenging start but the signs are good for the Clarets. Only wish I could say the same about my lot. God help Bowyer if we dont win tonight.
Burnley will be fine. The arrogance of my fellow Rovers fans will subside soon enough. Play as you did last night against the lesser teams of the premier league and you'll be fine. Restrict the lesser teams to only 3 shots on target as you did last night and you'll be fine, no other opponent will be as clinical in finishing as Chelsea, and maintain the same outstanding support as you had last night and you'll be fine. A positive preseason and a challenging start but the signs are good for the Clarets. Only wish I could say the same about my lot. God help Bowyer if we dont win tonight. TurfMoor Tom
  • Score: -1

2:14pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................

.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
[quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 4

2:26pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................


.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
Hilariously awful?- they are not that good.......
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]Hilariously awful?- they are not that good....... Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 3

2:39pm Tue 19 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

No need to comment last night as it was all said for me, by others on here and your sorry teams performance on the pitch. Shorn Douches naivety on full display and proof of the season you have to come. Chelsea free wheeled through the second half and you’re all still trying to find positives. I’d say you were mediocre up front, nothing in central midfield (was David Jones actually on the pitch?) and completely exposed at the back. In addition to this Matt Taylors experience didn’t count for anything and Trippier was shown to be the average player he is at this level. As the side gets more dejected, piddling in the wind with Douches naivet tactics, expect the performances to degrade from here and the stands to be dejected by Christmas time. You will return to the Championship with your tails between your legs and possibly unable to stem the habit of losing.

Looking to the positive, while I’ve been bored of the Premier League for some time, from the warm comfort of a pub I now get to support all the teams I used to see as competition twice each throughout the season and look favourably upon their wealth and firepower. All while my own team has a good competitive season to look forward to. Thank you Bumley, it will be an entertaining season.
No need to comment last night as it was all said for me, by others on here and your sorry teams performance on the pitch. Shorn Douches naivety on full display and proof of the season you have to come. Chelsea free wheeled through the second half and you’re all still trying to find positives. I’d say you were mediocre up front, nothing in central midfield (was David Jones actually on the pitch?) and completely exposed at the back. In addition to this Matt Taylors experience didn’t count for anything and Trippier was shown to be the average player he is at this level. As the side gets more dejected, piddling in the wind with Douches naivet tactics, expect the performances to degrade from here and the stands to be dejected by Christmas time. You will return to the Championship with your tails between your legs and possibly unable to stem the habit of losing. Looking to the positive, while I’ve been bored of the Premier League for some time, from the warm comfort of a pub I now get to support all the teams I used to see as competition twice each throughout the season and look favourably upon their wealth and firepower. All while my own team has a good competitive season to look forward to. Thank you Bumley, it will be an entertaining season. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 5

2:45pm Tue 19 Aug 14

kosmic karma says...

"Real football is back in Lancashire

For those who despair of identikit stadiums – the ones built for the World Cup all seemed to be variations on the Emirates – Turf Moor gladdens the heart.

There are “proper” floodlights with “proper” pies and “proper” fans. The views from the main stand, over the chimneys and churches of the Pennines, are among the most beautiful in football."

Excerpt from today's Independent newspaper.
"Real football is back in Lancashire For those who despair of identikit stadiums – the ones built for the World Cup all seemed to be variations on the Emirates – Turf Moor gladdens the heart. There are “proper” floodlights with “proper” pies and “proper” fans. The views from the main stand, over the chimneys and churches of the Pennines, are among the most beautiful in football." Excerpt from today's Independent newspaper. kosmic karma
  • Score: 6

2:50pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
No need to comment last night as it was all said for me, by others on here and your sorry teams performance on the pitch. Shorn Douches naivety on full display and proof of the season you have to come. Chelsea free wheeled through the second half and you’re all still trying to find positives. I’d say you were mediocre up front, nothing in central midfield (was David Jones actually on the pitch?) and completely exposed at the back. In addition to this Matt Taylors experience didn’t count for anything and Trippier was shown to be the average player he is at this level. As the side gets more dejected, piddling in the wind with Douches naivet tactics, expect the performances to degrade from here and the stands to be dejected by Christmas time. You will return to the Championship with your tails between your legs and possibly unable to stem the habit of losing.

Looking to the positive, while I’ve been bored of the Premier League for some time, from the warm comfort of a pub I now get to support all the teams I used to see as competition twice each throughout the season and look favourably upon their wealth and firepower. All while my own team has a good competitive season to look forward to. Thank you Bumley, it will be an entertaining season.
Living in the past still Jethro - you want to live in the here and now, you know, the little championship, cos that is where you really are......
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: No need to comment last night as it was all said for me, by others on here and your sorry teams performance on the pitch. Shorn Douches naivety on full display and proof of the season you have to come. Chelsea free wheeled through the second half and you’re all still trying to find positives. I’d say you were mediocre up front, nothing in central midfield (was David Jones actually on the pitch?) and completely exposed at the back. In addition to this Matt Taylors experience didn’t count for anything and Trippier was shown to be the average player he is at this level. As the side gets more dejected, piddling in the wind with Douches naivet tactics, expect the performances to degrade from here and the stands to be dejected by Christmas time. You will return to the Championship with your tails between your legs and possibly unable to stem the habit of losing. Looking to the positive, while I’ve been bored of the Premier League for some time, from the warm comfort of a pub I now get to support all the teams I used to see as competition twice each throughout the season and look favourably upon their wealth and firepower. All while my own team has a good competitive season to look forward to. Thank you Bumley, it will be an entertaining season.[/p][/quote]Living in the past still Jethro - you want to live in the here and now, you know, the little championship, cos that is where you really are...... Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 3

2:57pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

kosmic karma wrote:
"Real football is back in Lancashire

For those who despair of identikit stadiums – the ones built for the World Cup all seemed to be variations on the Emirates – Turf Moor gladdens the heart.

There are “proper” floodlights with “proper” pies and “proper” fans. The views from the main stand, over the chimneys and churches of the Pennines, are among the most beautiful in football."

Excerpt from today's Independent newspaper.
Yes and a newspaper that has a higher opinion of us than the LET. Another day another dig - battle for survival - after one game ffs. Just like the Blackburn trolls that infest the place they can't walk past a chance to do us down. Oh and trolls - toodle pip the bus has left for Norfolk. What's that? Not going. Surpise surprise.
[quote][p][bold]kosmic karma[/bold] wrote: "Real football is back in Lancashire For those who despair of identikit stadiums – the ones built for the World Cup all seemed to be variations on the Emirates – Turf Moor gladdens the heart. There are “proper” floodlights with “proper” pies and “proper” fans. The views from the main stand, over the chimneys and churches of the Pennines, are among the most beautiful in football." Excerpt from today's Independent newspaper.[/p][/quote]Yes and a newspaper that has a higher opinion of us than the LET. Another day another dig - battle for survival - after one game ffs. Just like the Blackburn trolls that infest the place they can't walk past a chance to do us down. Oh and trolls - toodle pip the bus has left for Norfolk. What's that? Not going. Surpise surprise. Claretcert
  • Score: 5

2:59pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................


.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too''
Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too'' Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -4

3:08pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................



.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too''
Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty
I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too'' Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty[/p][/quote]I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points- Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 2

3:09pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................




.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too''
Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty
I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-
he was takin the P!sStol out of them
[quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too'' Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty[/p][/quote]I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-[/p][/quote]he was takin the P!sStol out of them Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -2

3:20pm Tue 19 Aug 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

I don't know about your home form but you need to sort your b....y PA system out, the sound went off last night for most of the game, or at least from the 20minute mark onwards thats for sure honestly i couldn't hear a thing. Ahh well it could have been our telly i guess, by the way your brand new dug outs look amazing guys. Well Done.

Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
I don't know about your home form but you need to sort your b....y PA system out, the sound went off last night for most of the game, or at least from the 20minute mark onwards thats for sure honestly i couldn't hear a thing. Ahh well it could have been our telly i guess, by the way your brand new dug outs look amazing guys. Well Done. Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: -5

3:23pm Tue 19 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
I don't know about your home form but you need to sort your b....y PA system out, the sound went off last night for most of the game, or at least from the 20minute mark onwards thats for sure honestly i couldn't hear a thing. Ahh well it could have been our telly i guess, by the way your brand new dug outs look amazing guys. Well Done.

Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Blackburn Rovers 0 - 1 Scunthorpe.

Discuss.
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: I don't know about your home form but you need to sort your b....y PA system out, the sound went off last night for most of the game, or at least from the 20minute mark onwards thats for sure honestly i couldn't hear a thing. Ahh well it could have been our telly i guess, by the way your brand new dug outs look amazing guys. Well Done. Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Blackburn Rovers 0 - 1 Scunthorpe. Discuss. TurfMoor Tom
  • Score: 4

3:25pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................





.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too''
Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty
I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-
he was takin the P!sStol out of them
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season.


Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct.

“Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.”

The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good.

“They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does.

“But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone.

“I wish them the best.”

Can't see any **** there matey...
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too'' Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty[/p][/quote]I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-[/p][/quote]he was takin the P!sStol out of them[/p][/quote]Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season. Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct. “Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.” The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good. “They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does. “But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone. “I wish them the best.” Can't see any **** there matey... Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 0

3:29pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Arthur 2 sheds says...

The game was watched worldwide by 4 billion people last night, they have never laughed as much in ages.
The game was watched worldwide by 4 billion people last night, they have never laughed as much in ages. Arthur 2 sheds
  • Score: -2

3:33pm Tue 19 Aug 14

milnrow claret says...

Can you retype that? I put your posts into shadsworth translator and it came back with

TMT - waah waaah waaaah
Bellypork - waah waaaah waaaaaaah

All I can see is Rovers fans crying and bawling on our pages these days.

I get the feeling that a draught in bubble has lead to the sudden upset nature of our neighbours but it could, of course, be the fear of their own imminent demise that is being translated into pure rage.

I don't think we need any of your 'advice' (?) to be honest lads. I prefer the football debates to be had between the wiser men of the world. Not some hormonal teen dropouts who wouldn't know a real football club if they were drug free and sober.

love MC
Can you retype that? I put your posts into shadsworth translator and it came back with TMT - waah waaah waaaah Bellypork - waah waaaah waaaaaaah All I can see is Rovers fans crying and bawling on our pages these days. I get the feeling that a draught in bubble has lead to the sudden upset nature of our neighbours but it could, of course, be the fear of their own imminent demise that is being translated into pure rage. I don't think we need any of your 'advice' (?) to be honest lads. I prefer the football debates to be had between the wiser men of the world. Not some hormonal teen dropouts who wouldn't know a real football club if they were drug free and sober. love MC milnrow claret
  • Score: 3

3:37pm Tue 19 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................


.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
Hello chuckie wooky, those predictions were last year. This years predictions are as follows.
Season ticket prices will increase to line more pockets = check
Burnley won't sign anyone of any merit because they think the moneyball misfit transfer policy will work in the PL = check
The board would sooner lose the first few games and trouser the 500k rather than bring in a young player with premier league experience that may have saved our season = check
Because we have only signed journeymen and has beens chelsae will hand our arses to us on a plate= check
how am I doing so far?
My next two predictions are unless we get some signings done Swansea and Man U will again hand us our arses on a plate, we will then be at least three games behind and playing catchup. Will our well run club be able to claw its way back?
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]Hello chuckie wooky, those predictions were last year. This years predictions are as follows. Season ticket prices will increase to line more pockets = check Burnley won't sign anyone of any merit because they think the moneyball misfit transfer policy will work in the PL = check The board would sooner lose the first few games and trouser the 500k rather than bring in a young player with premier league experience that may have saved our season = check Because we have only signed journeymen and has beens chelsae will hand our arses to us on a plate= check how am I doing so far? My next two predictions are unless we get some signings done Swansea and Man U will again hand us our arses on a plate, we will then be at least three games behind and playing catchup. Will our well run club be able to claw its way back? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -1

3:38pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Arthur 2 sheds wrote:
The game was watched worldwide by 4 billion people last night, they have never laughed as much in ages.
I didn't see the b....ds playing out there.......were they the ice cream sellers?
[quote][p][bold]Arthur 2 sheds[/bold] wrote: The game was watched worldwide by 4 billion people last night, they have never laughed as much in ages.[/p][/quote]I didn't see the b....ds playing out there.......were they the ice cream sellers? Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 1

3:45pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................






.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too''
Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty
I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-
he was takin the P!sStol out of them
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season.


Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct.

“Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.”

The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good.

“They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does.

“But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone.

“I wish them the best.”

Can't see any **** there matey...
Oh can you not, it’s called respectful diplomacy at a professional level, what we all saw (including the neutrals), was ''we just had a kick about and a stroll in the park practise game' in reality they were never out of second gear.
“But they gave us a difficult match'' = not what everyone saw matey
[quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too'' Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty[/p][/quote]I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-[/p][/quote]he was takin the P!sStol out of them[/p][/quote]Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season. Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct. “Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.” The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good. “They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does. “But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone. “I wish them the best.” Can't see any **** there matey...[/p][/quote]Oh can you not, it’s called respectful diplomacy at a professional level, what we all saw (including the neutrals), was ''we just had a kick about and a stroll in the park practise game' in reality they were never out of second gear. “But they gave us a difficult match'' = not what everyone saw matey Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -1

3:50pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

Arthur 2 sheds wrote:
The game was watched worldwide by 4 billion people last night, they have never laughed as much in ages.
Yes and bearly 5000 watched wovers against the mighty scunny, and wished they hadn't bothered.
[quote][p][bold]Arthur 2 sheds[/bold] wrote: The game was watched worldwide by 4 billion people last night, they have never laughed as much in ages.[/p][/quote]Yes and bearly 5000 watched wovers against the mighty scunny, and wished they hadn't bothered. Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 2

4:00pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

Scamp Kingsley wrote:
Arthur 2 sheds wrote:
The game was watched worldwide by 4 billion people last night, they have never laughed as much in ages.
Yes and bearly 5000 watched wovers against the mighty scunny, and wished they hadn't bothered.
Now now ,let’s talk about the LET headline that they have kindly published.
''Clarets' home form crucial in battle for Premier League survival''

It’s all about damage limitation now, one game into the KO and its PL survival - the key target.
[quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arthur 2 sheds[/bold] wrote: The game was watched worldwide by 4 billion people last night, they have never laughed as much in ages.[/p][/quote]Yes and bearly 5000 watched wovers against the mighty scunny, and wished they hadn't bothered.[/p][/quote]Now now ,let’s talk about the LET headline that they have kindly published. ''Clarets' home form crucial in battle for Premier League survival'' It’s all about damage limitation now, one game into the KO and its PL survival - the key target. Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: 0

4:02pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................







.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too''
Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty
I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-
he was takin the P!sStol out of them
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season.


Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct.

“Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.”

The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good.

“They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does.

“But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone.

“I wish them the best.”

Can't see any **** there matey...
Oh can you not, it’s called respectful diplomacy at a professional level, what we all saw (including the neutrals), was ''we just had a kick about and a stroll in the park practise game' in reality they were never out of second gear.
“But they gave us a difficult match'' = not what everyone saw matey
Never known Jose to be diplomatic - he is a highly respected football manager/coacht he world over- he knows what he is talking about but you, you are a b.....ds fan........
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too'' Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty[/p][/quote]I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-[/p][/quote]he was takin the P!sStol out of them[/p][/quote]Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season. Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct. “Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.” The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good. “They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does. “But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone. “I wish them the best.” Can't see any **** there matey...[/p][/quote]Oh can you not, it’s called respectful diplomacy at a professional level, what we all saw (including the neutrals), was ''we just had a kick about and a stroll in the park practise game' in reality they were never out of second gear. “But they gave us a difficult match'' = not what everyone saw matey[/p][/quote]Never known Jose to be diplomatic - he is a highly respected football manager/coacht he world over- he knows what he is talking about but you, you are a b.....ds fan........ Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 2

4:08pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................








.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too''
Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty
I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-
he was takin the P!sStol out of them
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season.


Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct.

“Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.”

The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good.

“They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does.

“But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone.

“I wish them the best.”

Can't see any **** there matey...
Oh can you not, it’s called respectful diplomacy at a professional level, what we all saw (including the neutrals), was ''we just had a kick about and a stroll in the park practise game' in reality they were never out of second gear.
“But they gave us a difficult match'' = not what everyone saw matey
Never known Jose to be diplomatic - he is a highly respected football manager/coacht he world over- he knows what he is talking about but you, you are a b.....ds fan........
Did you listen to the experts view, ex professional players and their take on it? You need to take your blinkers off.Jose was being nice because he won and had to be seen to be positive, but deep down know you are nowhere near the mark, don’t believe everything a managers say, a lesson Venkys have had to learn.
[quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too'' Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty[/p][/quote]I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-[/p][/quote]he was takin the P!sStol out of them[/p][/quote]Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season. Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct. “Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.” The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good. “They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does. “But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone. “I wish them the best.” Can't see any **** there matey...[/p][/quote]Oh can you not, it’s called respectful diplomacy at a professional level, what we all saw (including the neutrals), was ''we just had a kick about and a stroll in the park practise game' in reality they were never out of second gear. “But they gave us a difficult match'' = not what everyone saw matey[/p][/quote]Never known Jose to be diplomatic - he is a highly respected football manager/coacht he world over- he knows what he is talking about but you, you are a b.....ds fan........[/p][/quote]Did you listen to the experts view, ex professional players and their take on it? You need to take your blinkers off.Jose was being nice because he won and had to be seen to be positive, but deep down know you are nowhere near the mark, don’t believe everything a managers say, a lesson Venkys have had to learn. Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: 0

4:15pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Bellypork says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................


.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
Your obviously not a week in week out supporter. I must have been watching a different game to you. Enjoy the football you will see this season but you do need to spend. If you think you don't then fine.......
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]Your obviously not a week in week out supporter. I must have been watching a different game to you. Enjoy the football you will see this season but you do need to spend. If you think you don't then fine....... Bellypork
  • Score: -1

4:17pm Tue 19 Aug 14

burnleyglentoran says...

East lancashire football -

Like Jack walker never happened!
East lancashire football - Like Jack walker never happened! burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 1

4:20pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................









.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too''
Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty
I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-
he was takin the P!sStol out of them
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season.


Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct.

“Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.”

The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good.

“They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does.

“But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone.

“I wish them the best.”

Can't see any **** there matey...
Oh can you not, it’s called respectful diplomacy at a professional level, what we all saw (including the neutrals), was ''we just had a kick about and a stroll in the park practise game' in reality they were never out of second gear.
“But they gave us a difficult match'' = not what everyone saw matey
Never known Jose to be diplomatic - he is a highly respected football manager/coacht he world over- he knows what he is talking about but you, you are a b.....ds fan........
Did you listen to the experts view, ex professional players and their take on it? You need to take your blinkers off.Jose was being nice because he won and had to be seen to be positive, but deep down know you are nowhere near the mark, don’t believe everything a managers say, a lesson Venkys have had to learn.
I believe that Premier League Burnley are a lot nearer the mark than you b.....ds are or will be for a very long time
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too'' Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty[/p][/quote]I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-[/p][/quote]he was takin the P!sStol out of them[/p][/quote]Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season. Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct. “Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.” The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good. “They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does. “But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone. “I wish them the best.” Can't see any **** there matey...[/p][/quote]Oh can you not, it’s called respectful diplomacy at a professional level, what we all saw (including the neutrals), was ''we just had a kick about and a stroll in the park practise game' in reality they were never out of second gear. “But they gave us a difficult match'' = not what everyone saw matey[/p][/quote]Never known Jose to be diplomatic - he is a highly respected football manager/coacht he world over- he knows what he is talking about but you, you are a b.....ds fan........[/p][/quote]Did you listen to the experts view, ex professional players and their take on it? You need to take your blinkers off.Jose was being nice because he won and had to be seen to be positive, but deep down know you are nowhere near the mark, don’t believe everything a managers say, a lesson Venkys have had to learn.[/p][/quote]I believe that Premier League Burnley are a lot nearer the mark than you b.....ds are or will be for a very long time Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 1

4:22pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Bellypork says...

Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc.................










.. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.
Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals:

It won't last

Your bubble will burst

Injuries will take hold

Ings will leave

Trippier will leave

Dyche will leave

You will end our run on 9th March

We will crash into the playoffs

And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals.

None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are.

And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal.

We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.
‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too''
Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty
I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-
he was takin the P!sStol out of them
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season.


Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct.

“Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.”

The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good.

“They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does.

“But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone.

“I wish them the best.”

Can't see any **** there matey...
Oh can you not, it’s called respectful diplomacy at a professional level, what we all saw (including the neutrals), was ''we just had a kick about and a stroll in the park practise game' in reality they were never out of second gear.
“But they gave us a difficult match'' = not what everyone saw matey
Never known Jose to be diplomatic - he is a highly respected football manager/coacht he world over- he knows what he is talking about but you, you are a b.....ds fan........
Did you listen to the experts view, ex professional players and their take on it? You need to take your blinkers off.Jose was being nice because he won and had to be seen to be positive, but deep down know you are nowhere near the mark, don’t believe everything a managers say, a lesson Venkys have had to learn.
I believe that Premier League Burnley are a lot nearer the mark than you b.....ds are or will be for a very long time
What a tool.........!
[quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: Keep the faith all you like, the fact is, your weak in defence and midfield to cope with the premier league. It showed last night. Ok you were playing Chelsea but I think you will struggle even against QPR etc................. .. Spend some money because you haven't spent anything yet as far as I saw last night.[/p][/quote]Look, keep on obsessing and commenting if you wish, but all you are doing is setting yourselves up for a fall, just like you spectacularly did last season, here is a snippet of the excellent predictions by you and your fellow Blackburn neanderthals: It won't last Your bubble will burst Injuries will take hold Ings will leave Trippier will leave Dyche will leave You will end our run on 9th March We will crash into the playoffs And the most hilarious - Blackburn will beat Burnley in the play off finals. None of the above predictions came close to happening, so forgive me if I take all your predictions for this season as the bull **** that they are. And if you are really going to judge the next 37 games off a home game against the probable Champions of England then you are just looking even more foolish than normal. We will be fine, you meanwhile are hilariously awful.[/p][/quote]‘‘The bookies have written us off and it would seem the vast majority of both newspaper and TV pundits have too'' Chucky, are we all wrong, you’ve played 90 odd woeful minutes, we all saw enough to condemn you to relegation, it’s a certainty[/p][/quote]I thought I heard Jose say it was a hard difficult place against a hard difficult team - truth is, e was a relieved man to come away with 3 points-[/p][/quote]he was takin the P!sStol out of them[/p][/quote]Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho feels Burnley will cause Premier League sides problems this season. Speaking after his side started their campaign with a 3-1 win at Turf Moor, with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branslav Ivanovic cancelled out Scott Arfield’s opener, Mourinho said: “They were difficult (opponents), they play with their strength, very direct. “Their two strikers were very close to each other and there was combination with both, the wingers were high intensity, they can accelerate, they can come inside to shoot, go outside and cross.” The two-time Champions League winner also had praise for Sean Dyche: “I think they’re a very well-worked side, so the coach has to be good. “They have to play against teams with a different dimension of players, but that’s what money does. “But they gave us a difficult match and will give a difficult match to anyone. “I wish them the best.” Can't see any **** there matey...[/p][/quote]Oh can you not, it’s called respectful diplomacy at a professional level, what we all saw (including the neutrals), was ''we just had a kick about and a stroll in the park practise game' in reality they were never out of second gear. “But they gave us a difficult match'' = not what everyone saw matey[/p][/quote]Never known Jose to be diplomatic - he is a highly respected football manager/coacht he world over- he knows what he is talking about but you, you are a b.....ds fan........[/p][/quote]Did you listen to the experts view, ex professional players and their take on it? You need to take your blinkers off.Jose was being nice because he won and had to be seen to be positive, but deep down know you are nowhere near the mark, don’t believe everything a managers say, a lesson Venkys have had to learn.[/p][/quote]I believe that Premier League Burnley are a lot nearer the mark than you b.....ds are or will be for a very long time[/p][/quote]What a tool.........! Bellypork
  • Score: 1

4:38pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Chicken stock laughing stock chicken stock laughing stock
Chicken stock laughing stock chicken stock laughing stock Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 1

5:26pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
Arthur 2 sheds wrote:
The game was watched worldwide by 4 billion people last night, they have never laughed as much in ages.
Yes and bearly 5000 watched wovers against the mighty scunny, and wished they hadn't bothered.
Now now ,let’s talk about the LET headline that they have kindly published.
''Clarets' home form crucial in battle for Premier League survival''

It’s all about damage limitation now, one game into the KO and its PL survival - the key target.
Eh?
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arthur 2 sheds[/bold] wrote: The game was watched worldwide by 4 billion people last night, they have never laughed as much in ages.[/p][/quote]Yes and bearly 5000 watched wovers against the mighty scunny, and wished they hadn't bothered.[/p][/quote]Now now ,let’s talk about the LET headline that they have kindly published. ''Clarets' home form crucial in battle for Premier League survival'' It’s all about damage limitation now, one game into the KO and its PL survival - the key target.[/p][/quote]Eh? Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 0

6:34pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Bellypork says...

milnrow claret wrote:
Can you retype that? I put your posts into shadsworth translator and it came back with

TMT - waah waaah waaaah
Bellypork - waah waaaah waaaaaaah

All I can see is Rovers fans crying and bawling on our pages these days.

I get the feeling that a draught in bubble has lead to the sudden upset nature of our neighbours but it could, of course, be the fear of their own imminent demise that is being translated into pure rage.

I don't think we need any of your 'advice' (?) to be honest lads. I prefer the football debates to be had between the wiser men of the world. Not some hormonal teen dropouts who wouldn't know a real football club if they were drug free and sober.

love MC
Ha Ha, love to wind u up, your full of sh*te, you don't even talk about your beloved club, u just chat sh*t constantly. Do u actually watch your team?
[quote][p][bold]milnrow claret[/bold] wrote: Can you retype that? I put your posts into shadsworth translator and it came back with TMT - waah waaah waaaah Bellypork - waah waaaah waaaaaaah All I can see is Rovers fans crying and bawling on our pages these days. I get the feeling that a draught in bubble has lead to the sudden upset nature of our neighbours but it could, of course, be the fear of their own imminent demise that is being translated into pure rage. I don't think we need any of your 'advice' (?) to be honest lads. I prefer the football debates to be had between the wiser men of the world. Not some hormonal teen dropouts who wouldn't know a real football club if they were drug free and sober. love MC[/p][/quote]Ha Ha, love to wind u up, your full of sh*te, you don't even talk about your beloved club, u just chat sh*t constantly. Do u actually watch your team? Bellypork
  • Score: 1

9:41pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

Quality showed in the championship tonight. No doubt this will mean certain relegation?
Quality showed in the championship tonight. No doubt this will mean certain relegation? Claretcert
  • Score: 0

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