Clarets to back standing plans

BURNLEY have given their backing to a scheme to re-introduce standing at football grounds, despite not yet being in a position to provide terraced areas themselves.

The Clarets are one of just 13 Football League clubs who have come out in support of a pilot scheme which aims to prove that standing, which was outlawed after the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, is now a safe way to watch the sport.

The Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) is hoping that MPs will next week vote in favour for its plans for a small-scale trial at Premier League clubs, despite their opposition to the idea.

In a statement, the Premier League said they will “not be encouraging the Government to change the law”, adding: “Since the introduction of all-seater stadia the supporter experience has improved significantly and we have seen more diverse crowds attending Premier League matches, including more women and children.

“The police, safety officers and licensing authorities remain clear and have consistently informed us that crowd management has improved as a result of all-seater stadiums being in place in the top two divisions in this country.”

But Burnley chief executive Lee Hoos, pictured left, believesa return to standing would be good for football, and clubs should be more open minded to the idea.

“It’s not something clubs can currently do unless they are in League One or below, but would we support a change in legislation, absolutely!” he said, even though Turf Moor could not currently safely cater for a designated standing area.

“It’s difficult for us to implement it now in the lower blocks around the stadium because of the corporate boxes, and the rake around the upper tiers are too steep.

“We would have to spend a bit of time and money to make the necessary changes.

“But we are in favour of the idea.

“For one thing the fans, who are the customers, are the people who are clamouring for this, so you have to look at giving them what they want.

“We try to enforce the ground regulations when it’s safe to do so, and we would discourage people from standing, but if you looked around the ground at the Blackburn Rovers game, there wouldn’t have been many people sitting down.

“The majority of the ground was standing throughout.”

All-seater stadiums have been compulsory in the Premier League since 1994, following Lord Justice Taylor's report in response to the Hillsborough disaster, but Hoos added: “The Government should be looking at this seriously in terms of ‘can it be done safely?’.

“I’m not trying to open up old wounds but in other sports people stand all the time in seated areas.

“You go to concerts, where people often have quite a lot more to drink, and they are standing in seated areas.

“There are less restrictive means of crowd control, and with the stewarding and policing and CCTV inside grounds we have come a hell of a long way.”

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11:34am Wed 12 Dec 12

TodClaret says...

I'm not sure that supporters are "clamouring" for terracing. The majority of the ground certainly wasn't standing throughout the rovers game either. Bob Lord, JH upper and Jimmy Mac remained seated and it was the away end and JH lower who remained standing. You tend to see more standing in the JH lower just to get a better view of the pitch or taunt the away fans. It seems to be popular to stand at away games nowadays but that's generally because some idiot in front refuses to sit down ie Huddersfield this year.
Concerts aren't a good example to back up the argument as people want to dance. It's a concert!
Football stadia have improved significantly over the last twenty years or so and it is a lot more pleasant environment to watch a game now. Returning to standing on a cold wind-swept terrace at some football outpost on a cold Tuesday night in February is not my idea of fun.
Football has come a long way since Hillsboro, lets not take a backwards step
I'm not sure that supporters are "clamouring" for terracing. The majority of the ground certainly wasn't standing throughout the rovers game either. Bob Lord, JH upper and Jimmy Mac remained seated and it was the away end and JH lower who remained standing. You tend to see more standing in the JH lower just to get a better view of the pitch or taunt the away fans. It seems to be popular to stand at away games nowadays but that's generally because some idiot in front refuses to sit down ie Huddersfield this year. Concerts aren't a good example to back up the argument as people want to dance. It's a concert! Football stadia have improved significantly over the last twenty years or so and it is a lot more pleasant environment to watch a game now. Returning to standing on a cold wind-swept terrace at some football outpost on a cold Tuesday night in February is not my idea of fun. Football has come a long way since Hillsboro, lets not take a backwards step TodClaret

11:37am Wed 12 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

Great idea for Burnley, if they take the seats ot of one end, they could fit all 8000 in the same end and shut the other three sides, Then dick van dyke would have the audience in front of him so he can concentrate on doin the ol bamboo and gettin the steps right when he appears in mary poppins at christmas.
Chim Chiminee
Great idea for Burnley, if they take the seats ot of one end, they could fit all 8000 in the same end and shut the other three sides, Then dick van dyke would have the audience in front of him so he can concentrate on doin the ol bamboo and gettin the steps right when he appears in mary poppins at christmas. Chim Chiminee Return of the Magnificent se7en

1:09pm Wed 12 Dec 12

fanny_tickler. says...

Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Great idea for Burnley, if they take the seats ot of one end, they could fit all 8000 in the same end and shut the other three sides, Then dick van dyke would have the audience in front of him so he can concentrate on doin the ol bamboo and gettin the steps right when he appears in mary poppins at christmas.
Chim Chiminee
Possibly. How many were at Ewood to see Blackburn get spanked off Cardiff?
[quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: Great idea for Burnley, if they take the seats ot of one end, they could fit all 8000 in the same end and shut the other three sides, Then dick van dyke would have the audience in front of him so he can concentrate on doin the ol bamboo and gettin the steps right when he appears in mary poppins at christmas. Chim Chiminee[/p][/quote]Possibly. How many were at Ewood to see Blackburn get spanked off Cardiff? fanny_tickler.

1:25pm Wed 12 Dec 12

TodClaret says...

It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh?
The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in
It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh? The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in TodClaret

2:09pm Wed 12 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

I still cant work out why the M1 runs in front of the Riverside Stand at Deadwood !!
I still cant work out why the M1 runs in front of the Riverside Stand at Deadwood !! FCBurnley

4:25pm Wed 12 Dec 12

swearengen says...

I thought it was all standing on the riverside at Deadwood as there are aways plenty stood at the front. Oh, sorry you say they are going home but it's only just gone half time. Has anyone ever looked in the top tier at the Darwen end Lord Lucan and Shergar are still missing and you never know.
I thought it was all standing on the riverside at Deadwood as there are aways plenty stood at the front. Oh, sorry you say they are going home but it's only just gone half time. Has anyone ever looked in the top tier at the Darwen end Lord Lucan and Shergar are still missing and you never know. swearengen

6:07pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

TodClaret wrote:
It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh?
The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in
IT'LL SAVE YOU THE EXPENSE OF HAVING TO PUT PLASTIC SEATS IN EVENTUALLY THEN,
[quote][p][bold]TodClaret[/bold] wrote: It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh? The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in[/p][/quote]IT'LL SAVE YOU THE EXPENSE OF HAVING TO PUT PLASTIC SEATS IN EVENTUALLY THEN, Harwoodstblue

6:10pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
TodClaret wrote:
It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh?
The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in
IT'LL SAVE YOU THE EXPENSE OF HAVING TO PUT PLASTIC SEATS IN EVENTUALLY THEN,
HAVE YOU GOT CENTRAL HEATING IN YOUR HOUSES YET.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TodClaret[/bold] wrote: It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh? The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in[/p][/quote]IT'LL SAVE YOU THE EXPENSE OF HAVING TO PUT PLASTIC SEATS IN EVENTUALLY THEN,[/p][/quote]HAVE YOU GOT CENTRAL HEATING IN YOUR HOUSES YET. Harwoodstblue

6:28pm Wed 12 Dec 12

sean_brfc says...

Hear hear, TodClaret (his first post). Stupid idea.
Hear hear, TodClaret (his first post). Stupid idea. sean_brfc

8:28pm Wed 12 Dec 12

George White Bread says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
TodClaret wrote:
It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh?
The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in
IT'LL SAVE YOU THE EXPENSE OF HAVING TO PUT PLASTIC SEATS IN EVENTUALLY THEN,
HAVE YOU GOT CENTRAL HEATING IN YOUR HOUSES YET.
Are the horses still keeping the menfolk Blackburn warm?

.....there there Dobbin, you munch on these sugar cubes while I put the step ladders up behind you.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TodClaret[/bold] wrote: It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh? The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in[/p][/quote]IT'LL SAVE YOU THE EXPENSE OF HAVING TO PUT PLASTIC SEATS IN EVENTUALLY THEN,[/p][/quote]HAVE YOU GOT CENTRAL HEATING IN YOUR HOUSES YET.[/p][/quote]Are the horses still keeping the menfolk Blackburn warm? .....there there Dobbin, you munch on these sugar cubes while I put the step ladders up behind you. George White Bread

10:13pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Chico! says...

If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk.

Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space.

Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil.

Terrifying.
If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk. Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space. Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil. Terrifying. Chico!

12:17am Thu 13 Dec 12

George White Bread says...

Chico! wrote:
If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk.

Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space.

Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil.

Terrifying.
What do you recommend for getting the stains out? No doubt you'll have removed many a Lidl basics range spaghetti hoop stain from your best "Scope" threads.

You're just dying to come out as a Burnley fan aren't you?

C'mon, I'll buy you a half season ticket for Christmas !!!
[quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk. Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space. Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil. Terrifying.[/p][/quote]What do you recommend for getting the stains out? No doubt you'll have removed many a Lidl basics range spaghetti hoop stain from your best "Scope" threads. You're just dying to come out as a Burnley fan aren't you? C'mon, I'll buy you a half season ticket for Christmas !!! George White Bread

8:18am Thu 13 Dec 12

Chico! says...

George White Bread wrote:
Chico! wrote:
If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk.

Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space.

Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil.

Terrifying.
What do you recommend for getting the stains out? No doubt you'll have removed many a Lidl basics range spaghetti hoop stain from your best "Scope" threads.

You're just dying to come out as a Burnley fan aren't you?

C'mon, I'll buy you a half season ticket for Christmas !!!
I wouldn't clean up dog dirt with a Bonleh season ticket. It'd be degrading to the barker's bab.

I'm pretty sure food stains are the least of your concerns. Most of the blemishes on your Adidas 4stripe market specials are of a more (ahem) 'organic' origin.
[quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk. Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space. Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil. Terrifying.[/p][/quote]What do you recommend for getting the stains out? No doubt you'll have removed many a Lidl basics range spaghetti hoop stain from your best "Scope" threads. You're just dying to come out as a Burnley fan aren't you? C'mon, I'll buy you a half season ticket for Christmas !!![/p][/quote]I wouldn't clean up dog dirt with a Bonleh season ticket. It'd be degrading to the barker's bab. I'm pretty sure food stains are the least of your concerns. Most of the blemishes on your Adidas 4stripe market specials are of a more (ahem) 'organic' origin. Chico!

9:39am Thu 13 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

Chico! wrote:
If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk.

Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space.

Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil.

Terrifying.
PMSL, its no wonder taser is useless on these toothless banjo pluckers, they've built up a tolerence from all that rubbing and discharging, ooh that sounds terrible, its no wonder they're coverd in stains.
[quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk. Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space. Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil. Terrifying.[/p][/quote]PMSL, its no wonder taser is useless on these toothless banjo pluckers, they've built up a tolerence from all that rubbing and discharging, ooh that sounds terrible, its no wonder they're coverd in stains. Return of the Magnificent se7en

10:33am Thu 13 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

George White Bread wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
TodClaret wrote:
It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh?
The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in
IT'LL SAVE YOU THE EXPENSE OF HAVING TO PUT PLASTIC SEATS IN EVENTUALLY THEN,
HAVE YOU GOT CENTRAL HEATING IN YOUR HOUSES YET.
Are the horses still keeping the menfolk Blackburn warm?

.....there there Dobbin, you munch on these sugar cubes while I put the step ladders up behind you.
Oh, that's how YOU do it. Is it George.
[quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TodClaret[/bold] wrote: It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh? The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in[/p][/quote]IT'LL SAVE YOU THE EXPENSE OF HAVING TO PUT PLASTIC SEATS IN EVENTUALLY THEN,[/p][/quote]HAVE YOU GOT CENTRAL HEATING IN YOUR HOUSES YET.[/p][/quote]Are the horses still keeping the menfolk Blackburn warm? .....there there Dobbin, you munch on these sugar cubes while I put the step ladders up behind you.[/p][/quote]Oh, that's how YOU do it. Is it George. Harwoodstblue

11:36am Thu 13 Dec 12

George White Bread says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
George White Bread wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
TodClaret wrote:
It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh?
The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in
IT'LL SAVE YOU THE EXPENSE OF HAVING TO PUT PLASTIC SEATS IN EVENTUALLY THEN,
HAVE YOU GOT CENTRAL HEATING IN YOUR HOUSES YET.
Are the horses still keeping the menfolk Blackburn warm?

.....there there Dobbin, you munch on these sugar cubes while I put the step ladders up behind you.
Oh, that's how YOU do it. Is it George.
Yes so **** off and get your own ideas on how to commit ****! I'm very surprised you need any what with it being the national sport of Blackburn with Darren. That and picking peanuts out of poo of course!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TodClaret[/bold] wrote: It's nothing for rovers fans to worry about as we are talking about crowd control. I've heard on the grapevine from their own fans that they haven't even sold their entire allocation for Blackpool on Saturday. Still, they are a "massive club" eh? The article encourages a discussion on terracing yet they still can't resist sticking their oars in[/p][/quote]IT'LL SAVE YOU THE EXPENSE OF HAVING TO PUT PLASTIC SEATS IN EVENTUALLY THEN,[/p][/quote]HAVE YOU GOT CENTRAL HEATING IN YOUR HOUSES YET.[/p][/quote]Are the horses still keeping the menfolk Blackburn warm? .....there there Dobbin, you munch on these sugar cubes while I put the step ladders up behind you.[/p][/quote]Oh, that's how YOU do it. Is it George.[/p][/quote]Yes so **** off and get your own ideas on how to commit ****! I'm very surprised you need any what with it being the national sport of Blackburn with Darren. That and picking peanuts out of poo of course! George White Bread

11:41am Thu 13 Dec 12

TodClaret says...

sean_brfc wrote:
Hear hear, TodClaret (his first post). Stupid idea.
Cheers Sean. As the rest of you can see, it is possible to comment on football issues without turning it into a slanging match. The article is about terracing and not who's dad is bigger
[quote][p][bold]sean_brfc[/bold] wrote: Hear hear, TodClaret (his first post). Stupid idea.[/p][/quote]Cheers Sean. As the rest of you can see, it is possible to comment on football issues without turning it into a slanging match. The article is about terracing and not who's dad is bigger TodClaret

11:48am Thu 13 Dec 12

George White Bread says...

Chico! wrote:
George White Bread wrote:
Chico! wrote:
If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk.

Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space.

Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil.

Terrifying.
What do you recommend for getting the stains out? No doubt you'll have removed many a Lidl basics range spaghetti hoop stain from your best "Scope" threads.

You're just dying to come out as a Burnley fan aren't you?

C'mon, I'll buy you a half season ticket for Christmas !!!
I wouldn't clean up dog dirt with a Bonleh season ticket. It'd be degrading to the barker's bab.

I'm pretty sure food stains are the least of your concerns. Most of the blemishes on your Adidas 4stripe market specials are of a more (ahem) 'organic' origin.
Stop resisting your feelings, I can just see you now sat in the salvation army soup kitchen with cream of chicken soup dribbling down your chin( as it reminds you of family bath night) grinning like a retarded sex offender at the prospect of coming out to tell the world that you're a Burnley fan!

All this built up frustration in your posts is there because you're in turmoil with yourself. Time to let go now Chico, just accept your claret and blue destiny.
Welcome aboard son, next stop the premiership !!!
[quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk. Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space. Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil. Terrifying.[/p][/quote]What do you recommend for getting the stains out? No doubt you'll have removed many a Lidl basics range spaghetti hoop stain from your best "Scope" threads. You're just dying to come out as a Burnley fan aren't you? C'mon, I'll buy you a half season ticket for Christmas !!![/p][/quote]I wouldn't clean up dog dirt with a Bonleh season ticket. It'd be degrading to the barker's bab. I'm pretty sure food stains are the least of your concerns. Most of the blemishes on your Adidas 4stripe market specials are of a more (ahem) 'organic' origin.[/p][/quote]Stop resisting your feelings, I can just see you now sat in the salvation army soup kitchen with cream of chicken soup dribbling down your chin( as it reminds you of family bath night) grinning like a retarded sex offender at the prospect of coming out to tell the world that you're a Burnley fan! All this built up frustration in your posts is there because you're in turmoil with yourself. Time to let go now Chico, just accept your claret and blue destiny. Welcome aboard son, next stop the premiership !!! George White Bread

11:56am Thu 13 Dec 12

Chico! says...

George White Bread wrote:
Chico! wrote:
George White Bread wrote:
Chico! wrote: If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk. Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space. Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil. Terrifying.
What do you recommend for getting the stains out? No doubt you'll have removed many a Lidl basics range spaghetti hoop stain from your best "Scope" threads. You're just dying to come out as a Burnley fan aren't you? C'mon, I'll buy you a half season ticket for Christmas !!!
I wouldn't clean up dog dirt with a Bonleh season ticket. It'd be degrading to the barker's bab. I'm pretty sure food stains are the least of your concerns. Most of the blemishes on your Adidas 4stripe market specials are of a more (ahem) 'organic' origin.
Stop resisting your feelings, I can just see you now sat in the salvation army soup kitchen with cream of chicken soup dribbling down your chin( as it reminds you of family bath night) grinning like a retarded sex offender at the prospect of coming out to tell the world that you're a Burnley fan! All this built up frustration in your posts is there because you're in turmoil with yourself. Time to let go now Chico, just accept your claret and blue destiny. Welcome aboard son, next stop the premiership !!!
Back on the methodone again eh Boy George?

As long as you get yourself together before going to sign on you'll be fine.

Don't forget to fill in your diary.
[quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: If Tarf Moo-er went all standing it would be a massive public safety risk. Think about it...all those dingles in their Farmfoods baked bean stained bought on the market tracksuits rubbing up next to each other would create enough static to be seen from space. Like a chlamydia ridden, toothless, unemployed tesla coil. Terrifying.[/p][/quote]What do you recommend for getting the stains out? No doubt you'll have removed many a Lidl basics range spaghetti hoop stain from your best "Scope" threads. You're just dying to come out as a Burnley fan aren't you? C'mon, I'll buy you a half season ticket for Christmas !!![/p][/quote]I wouldn't clean up dog dirt with a Bonleh season ticket. It'd be degrading to the barker's bab. I'm pretty sure food stains are the least of your concerns. Most of the blemishes on your Adidas 4stripe market specials are of a more (ahem) 'organic' origin.[/p][/quote]Stop resisting your feelings, I can just see you now sat in the salvation army soup kitchen with cream of chicken soup dribbling down your chin( as it reminds you of family bath night) grinning like a retarded sex offender at the prospect of coming out to tell the world that you're a Burnley fan! All this built up frustration in your posts is there because you're in turmoil with yourself. Time to let go now Chico, just accept your claret and blue destiny. Welcome aboard son, next stop the premiership !!![/p][/quote]Back on the methodone again eh Boy George? As long as you get yourself together before going to sign on you'll be fine. Don't forget to fill in your diary. Chico!

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