FULL TIME: Middlesbrough 1 Burnley 0

EMMANUEL Ledesma’s goal knocked Burnley off the top of the Championship table as Middlesbrough claimed victory at the Riverside Stadium.

Ledesma’s long-range effort put the home side ahead in the 24th minute and proved to be the only goal of the game.

Leicester leapfrogged the Clarets at the top of the table with a 1-0 win over Reading. QPR can move into first place if they win at Nottingham Forest tonight.

Ledesma had seen two shots narrowly miss the target in the opening stages at the Riverside Stadium before the Argentinian did find the net.

Danny Ings was denied an equaliser four minutes before half time at when his header was kept out by a fine save from Shay Given.

Given saved from Ings again early in the second half before Sam Vokes fired wide from 25 yards.

Ledesma curled a shot just wide for Middlesbrough as he sought a second goal, before Dean Marney headed over from five yards for the Clarets.

Substitute Junior Stanislas also came close to a leveller, but Given made a superb save to keep out his effort.

Fellow substitute Keith Treacy then curled a shot wide, before Tom Heaton had to tip over Albert Adomah’s effort as Middlesbrough sought a second goal in injury time.

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Burnley: Tom Heaton, Kieran Trippier, Michael Duff, Jason Shackell, Danny Lafferty, Scott Arfield (Keith Treacy 74), Dean Marney, David Jones, Michael Kightly (Junior Stanislas 56), Danny Ings, Sam Vokes. Subs not used: Nick Liversedge, Kevin Long, David Edgar, Brian Stock, Steven Hewitt.

Middlesbrough: Shay Given, Dean Whitehead, Daniel Ayala (Ben Gibson 85), Jonathan Woodgate, George Friend, Jozsef Varga, Richard Smallwood, Emmanuel Ledesma, Albert Adomah, Marvin Emnes (Grant Leadbitter 58), Lukas Jutkiewicz (Curtis Main 70). Subs not used: Dimitrios Konstantopoulos, Rhys Williams, Jacob Butterfield, Luke Williams.

Attendance: 20,689 (Clarets 1,387).

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5:03pm Thu 26 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Thank you shay.
Burnley We are coming to get you. Be afraid, be very afraid.
Possibly could have made it a bit quicker, but one point at a time is still more than we need.
Thank you shay. Burnley We are coming to get you. Be afraid, be very afraid. Possibly could have made it a bit quicker, but one point at a time is still more than we need. A Darener

5:05pm Thu 26 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

You bunch of winners you!
You bunch of winners you! RobH2O

5:08pm Thu 26 Dec 13

burnleyglentoran says...

Years ago, Mr Rover, was living in his 2 up 2 down, next to Mr Claret. Then he won the lottery. He could afford to move to a smarter part of town and regularly visited the big city where he lived the high life. Rubbing shoulders with well established millionaires at the casino he frequented.

He got a taste for expensive food and drink and also developed an expensive cocaine habit. Not of this mattered as he was sure that the money he’d won would never run out.

He would often drive past in his large limousine and scoff at Mr Claret, shouting that he’d never have to live like his former neighbour had to.

Mr. Claret, meanwhile, just got on with his lot. Only spending what he could afford.

Time passed and the high rolling lifestyle of the now bloated, Mr. Rover had taken its toll on his bank account, his body and mind.

His addiction had spiralled out of control. He lashed out at former friends, Mr Big Sam, Mr. Hendry, and Mr Hodgson even the media were all blamed for his self-inflicted financial demise.

Bitterly he was forced to return to his former home a bitter, twisted and lonely man. He felt like failure. He was right. He couldn’t help but notice as he peeped at his neighbour, through the tatty net curtains, that while he thought the midas touch that he briefly had would never leave him, Mr Claret had been quietly doing very well for himself.

He now frequently he see’s Mr Claret having to sell his cars a HotJayRod and an Austin. Screaming “ha ha what are you going to do without it now!?” Only to be dismayed by the performance of the new Vokes-wagen Mr. Claret has.

He still trys to make himself feel better about the “old days, when I had loadsamoney”
But Mr Claret is not impressed. He didn’t dismiss his friends through the lean times and is very proud of what he’s achieved as many people compliment him on his success.

This only enrages the embittered, longing for the past Mr. Rover has he constantly shouts over the backyard wall that all Mr. Clarets achievements will come to an end. “it wont last. It wont last” “the only way is down for you” “what if you fall ill!?”

While the future for Mr Claret looks rosy, doing what he’s always done. The New Year looks bleak for the Mr Rover as he’ll be forced to sell what few assets he has left, in his empty shell.

His brief flirtation with the high life has ruined Mr Rover. He now cuts a hollow, bitter, curmudgeonly, figure. He desperately clings on, in vein, to the hope that his neighbour Mr Claret will see misfortune.

Christmas in Mr Rovers house will be cold, empty and empty. And when, not spent reminiscing of Christmas’s past, endlessly twitching at the moth eaten net curtain hoping, hoping, hoping that his neighbours self-made achievements will end.

Mr Claret will have a fantastic Christmas despite todays result

BLACKBUURRRN ROVUURRS - THE 10 YEAR OLD BENTLEY AT THE DOOR WITH NO ROAD TAX
Years ago, Mr Rover, was living in his 2 up 2 down, next to Mr Claret. Then he won the lottery. He could afford to move to a smarter part of town and regularly visited the big city where he lived the high life. Rubbing shoulders with well established millionaires at the casino he frequented. He got a taste for expensive food and drink and also developed an expensive cocaine habit. Not of this mattered as he was sure that the money he’d won would never run out. He would often drive past in his large limousine and scoff at Mr Claret, shouting that he’d never have to live like his former neighbour had to. Mr. Claret, meanwhile, just got on with his lot. Only spending what he could afford. Time passed and the high rolling lifestyle of the now bloated, Mr. Rover had taken its toll on his bank account, his body and mind. His addiction had spiralled out of control. He lashed out at former friends, Mr Big Sam, Mr. Hendry, and Mr Hodgson even the media were all blamed for his self-inflicted financial demise. Bitterly he was forced to return to his former home a bitter, twisted and lonely man. He felt like failure. He was right. He couldn’t help but notice as he peeped at his neighbour, through the tatty net curtains, that while he thought the midas touch that he briefly had would never leave him, Mr Claret had been quietly doing very well for himself. He now frequently he see’s Mr Claret having to sell his cars a HotJayRod and an Austin. Screaming “ha ha what are you going to do without it now!?” Only to be dismayed by the performance of the new Vokes-wagen Mr. Claret has. He still trys to make himself feel better about the “old days, when I had loadsamoney” But Mr Claret is not impressed. He didn’t dismiss his friends through the lean times and is very proud of what he’s achieved as many people compliment him on his success. This only enrages the embittered, longing for the past Mr. Rover has he constantly shouts over the backyard wall that all Mr. Clarets achievements will come to an end. “it wont last. It wont last” “the only way is down for you” “what if you fall ill!?” While the future for Mr Claret looks rosy, doing what he’s always done. The New Year looks bleak for the Mr Rover as he’ll be forced to sell what few assets he has left, in his empty shell. His brief flirtation with the high life has ruined Mr Rover. He now cuts a hollow, bitter, curmudgeonly, figure. He desperately clings on, in vein, to the hope that his neighbour Mr Claret will see misfortune. Christmas in Mr Rovers house will be cold, empty and empty. And when, not spent reminiscing of Christmas’s past, endlessly twitching at the moth eaten net curtain hoping, hoping, hoping that his neighbours self-made achievements will end. Mr Claret will have a fantastic Christmas despite todays result BLACKBUURRRN ROVUURRS - THE 10 YEAR OLD BENTLEY AT THE DOOR WITH NO ROAD TAX burnleyglentoran

5:11pm Thu 26 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Mr Rover's house is full of cheer, as Burnley's plummet is coming near.
Come the New Year and then we'll see,
Just who is still the best? We'll see!
Mr Rover's house is full of cheer, as Burnley's plummet is coming near. Come the New Year and then we'll see, Just who is still the best? We'll see! A Darener

5:12pm Thu 26 Dec 13

burnleyglentoran says...

Too much turkey for our lads today.

They'll have run it off by Sunday.

Hope the Clarets who'd crashed into the wall in the 4x4 on the way up is uninjured.

BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS
Too much turkey for our lads today. They'll have run it off by Sunday. Hope the Clarets who'd crashed into the wall in the 4x4 on the way up is uninjured. BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS burnleyglentoran

5:16pm Thu 26 Dec 13

Lancs - pensioner says...

Tick Tock Tick Tock

Slip sliding away, slip sliding away

Burnlee 0 points

BRFC 1 point

Hahahahahahahahahaha
hahahahahauauhahahau
uahahauahauahauaha
Tick Tock Tick Tock Slip sliding away, slip sliding away Burnlee 0 points BRFC 1 point Hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahauauhahahau uahahauahauahauaha Lancs - pensioner

5:35pm Thu 26 Dec 13

jim 2012 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Years ago, Mr Rover, was living in his 2 up 2 down, next to Mr Claret. Then he won the lottery. He could afford to move to a smarter part of town and regularly visited the big city where he lived the high life. Rubbing shoulders with well established millionaires at the casino he frequented.

He got a taste for expensive food and drink and also developed an expensive cocaine habit. Not of this mattered as he was sure that the money he’d won would never run out.

He would often drive past in his large limousine and scoff at Mr Claret, shouting that he’d never have to live like his former neighbour had to.

Mr. Claret, meanwhile, just got on with his lot. Only spending what he could afford.

Time passed and the high rolling lifestyle of the now bloated, Mr. Rover had taken its toll on his bank account, his body and mind.

His addiction had spiralled out of control. He lashed out at former friends, Mr Big Sam, Mr. Hendry, and Mr Hodgson even the media were all blamed for his self-inflicted financial demise.

Bitterly he was forced to return to his former home a bitter, twisted and lonely man. He felt like failure. He was right. He couldn’t help but notice as he peeped at his neighbour, through the tatty net curtains, that while he thought the midas touch that he briefly had would never leave him, Mr Claret had been quietly doing very well for himself.

He now frequently he see’s Mr Claret having to sell his cars a HotJayRod and an Austin. Screaming “ha ha what are you going to do without it now!?” Only to be dismayed by the performance of the new Vokes-wagen Mr. Claret has.

He still trys to make himself feel better about the “old days, when I had loadsamoney”
But Mr Claret is not impressed. He didn’t dismiss his friends through the lean times and is very proud of what he’s achieved as many people compliment him on his success.

This only enrages the embittered, longing for the past Mr. Rover has he constantly shouts over the backyard wall that all Mr. Clarets achievements will come to an end. “it wont last. It wont last” “the only way is down for you” “what if you fall ill!?”

While the future for Mr Claret looks rosy, doing what he’s always done. The New Year looks bleak for the Mr Rover as he’ll be forced to sell what few assets he has left, in his empty shell.

His brief flirtation with the high life has ruined Mr Rover. He now cuts a hollow, bitter, curmudgeonly, figure. He desperately clings on, in vein, to the hope that his neighbour Mr Claret will see misfortune.

Christmas in Mr Rovers house will be cold, empty and empty. And when, not spent reminiscing of Christmas’s past, endlessly twitching at the moth eaten net curtain hoping, hoping, hoping that his neighbours self-made achievements will end.

Mr Claret will have a fantastic Christmas despite todays result

BLACKBUURRRN ROVUURRS - THE 10 YEAR OLD BENTLEY AT THE DOOR WITH NO ROAD TAX
you need to see a shrink get some HELP A S A P
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Years ago, Mr Rover, was living in his 2 up 2 down, next to Mr Claret. Then he won the lottery. He could afford to move to a smarter part of town and regularly visited the big city where he lived the high life. Rubbing shoulders with well established millionaires at the casino he frequented. He got a taste for expensive food and drink and also developed an expensive cocaine habit. Not of this mattered as he was sure that the money he’d won would never run out. He would often drive past in his large limousine and scoff at Mr Claret, shouting that he’d never have to live like his former neighbour had to. Mr. Claret, meanwhile, just got on with his lot. Only spending what he could afford. Time passed and the high rolling lifestyle of the now bloated, Mr. Rover had taken its toll on his bank account, his body and mind. His addiction had spiralled out of control. He lashed out at former friends, Mr Big Sam, Mr. Hendry, and Mr Hodgson even the media were all blamed for his self-inflicted financial demise. Bitterly he was forced to return to his former home a bitter, twisted and lonely man. He felt like failure. He was right. He couldn’t help but notice as he peeped at his neighbour, through the tatty net curtains, that while he thought the midas touch that he briefly had would never leave him, Mr Claret had been quietly doing very well for himself. He now frequently he see’s Mr Claret having to sell his cars a HotJayRod and an Austin. Screaming “ha ha what are you going to do without it now!?” Only to be dismayed by the performance of the new Vokes-wagen Mr. Claret has. He still trys to make himself feel better about the “old days, when I had loadsamoney” But Mr Claret is not impressed. He didn’t dismiss his friends through the lean times and is very proud of what he’s achieved as many people compliment him on his success. This only enrages the embittered, longing for the past Mr. Rover has he constantly shouts over the backyard wall that all Mr. Clarets achievements will come to an end. “it wont last. It wont last” “the only way is down for you” “what if you fall ill!?” While the future for Mr Claret looks rosy, doing what he’s always done. The New Year looks bleak for the Mr Rover as he’ll be forced to sell what few assets he has left, in his empty shell. His brief flirtation with the high life has ruined Mr Rover. He now cuts a hollow, bitter, curmudgeonly, figure. He desperately clings on, in vein, to the hope that his neighbour Mr Claret will see misfortune. Christmas in Mr Rovers house will be cold, empty and empty. And when, not spent reminiscing of Christmas’s past, endlessly twitching at the moth eaten net curtain hoping, hoping, hoping that his neighbours self-made achievements will end. Mr Claret will have a fantastic Christmas despite todays result BLACKBUURRRN ROVUURRS - THE 10 YEAR OLD BENTLEY AT THE DOOR WITH NO ROAD TAX[/p][/quote]you need to see a shrink get some HELP A S A P jim 2012

5:37pm Thu 26 Dec 13

bigste says...

Here comes the big freefall.
Here comes the big freefall. bigste

5:45pm Thu 26 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

Its a good job you won promotion by being top on Christmas Day. You can take it easy and relax now and leave the last automatic place to be fought over by the rest of us.
Mega
Its a good job you won promotion by being top on Christmas Day. You can take it easy and relax now and leave the last automatic place to be fought over by the rest of us. Mega FakeVilla_MTCabinet

7:49pm Thu 26 Dec 13

SuperBlues says...

TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!!
TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!! SuperBlues

7:52pm Thu 26 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Its a good job you won promotion by being top on Christmas Day. You can take it easy and relax now and leave the last automatic place to be fought over by the rest of us.
Mega
So true. We will go up.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Its a good job you won promotion by being top on Christmas Day. You can take it easy and relax now and leave the last automatic place to be fought over by the rest of us. Mega[/p][/quote]So true. We will go up. RobH2O

7:53pm Thu 26 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

SuperBlues wrote:
TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!!
And your not in any chasing pack
[quote][p][bold]SuperBlues[/bold] wrote: TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]And your not in any chasing pack RobH2O

8:20pm Thu 26 Dec 13

SuperBlues says...

RobH2O wrote:
SuperBlues wrote:
TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!!
And your not in any chasing pack
I think we are you six fingers slowly but slowly, if you don't get promoted now IMAGINE how embarrassed you would feel HAHA !!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SuperBlues[/bold] wrote: TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]And your not in any chasing pack[/p][/quote]I think we are you six fingers slowly but slowly, if you don't get promoted now IMAGINE how embarrassed you would feel HAHA !!!!!!!!!! SuperBlues

8:45pm Thu 26 Dec 13

stevieclaret says...

We were always gonna lose more games before the season finishes and we will lose some more I am sure. We may even lose 2 in a row cos Wigan are no mugs. As for being in free fall, I doubt it. If we finish below your lot il be surprised.
We were always gonna lose more games before the season finishes and we will lose some more I am sure. We may even lose 2 in a row cos Wigan are no mugs. As for being in free fall, I doubt it. If we finish below your lot il be surprised. stevieclaret

9:30pm Thu 26 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

SuperBlues wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
SuperBlues wrote:
TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!!
And your not in any chasing pack
I think we are you six fingers slowly but slowly, if you don't get promoted now IMAGINE how embarrassed you would feel HAHA !!!!!!!!!!
I live with it.
[quote][p][bold]SuperBlues[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SuperBlues[/bold] wrote: TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]And your not in any chasing pack[/p][/quote]I think we are you six fingers slowly but slowly, if you don't get promoted now IMAGINE how embarrassed you would feel HAHA !!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]I live with it. RobH2O

11:41pm Thu 26 Dec 13

doctordavros says...

Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day
Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day doctordavros

12:11am Fri 27 Dec 13

stevieclaret says...

doctordavros wrote:
Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day
Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic!
[quote][p][bold]doctordavros[/bold] wrote: Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day[/p][/quote]Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic! stevieclaret

1:56am Fri 27 Dec 13

jack01 says...

stevieclaret wrote:
doctordavros wrote:
Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day
Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic!
Almost as pathetic as 13,000 home fans turning up for the biggest game of their lives. Now it's a level playing field I would have expected a few more on.
[quote][p][bold]stevieclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doctordavros[/bold] wrote: Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day[/p][/quote]Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic![/p][/quote]Almost as pathetic as 13,000 home fans turning up for the biggest game of their lives. Now it's a level playing field I would have expected a few more on. jack01

1:58am Fri 27 Dec 13

jack01 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Years ago, Mr Rover, was living in his 2 up 2 down, next to Mr Claret. Then he won the lottery. He could afford to move to a smarter part of town and regularly visited the big city where he lived the high life. Rubbing shoulders with well established millionaires at the casino he frequented.

He got a taste for expensive food and drink and also developed an expensive cocaine habit. Not of this mattered as he was sure that the money he’d won would never run out.

He would often drive past in his large limousine and scoff at Mr Claret, shouting that he’d never have to live like his former neighbour had to.

Mr. Claret, meanwhile, just got on with his lot. Only spending what he could afford.

Time passed and the high rolling lifestyle of the now bloated, Mr. Rover had taken its toll on his bank account, his body and mind.

His addiction had spiralled out of control. He lashed out at former friends, Mr Big Sam, Mr. Hendry, and Mr Hodgson even the media were all blamed for his self-inflicted financial demise.

Bitterly he was forced to return to his former home a bitter, twisted and lonely man. He felt like failure. He was right. He couldn’t help but notice as he peeped at his neighbour, through the tatty net curtains, that while he thought the midas touch that he briefly had would never leave him, Mr Claret had been quietly doing very well for himself.

He now frequently he see’s Mr Claret having to sell his cars a HotJayRod and an Austin. Screaming “ha ha what are you going to do without it now!?” Only to be dismayed by the performance of the new Vokes-wagen Mr. Claret has.

He still trys to make himself feel better about the “old days, when I had loadsamoney”
But Mr Claret is not impressed. He didn’t dismiss his friends through the lean times and is very proud of what he’s achieved as many people compliment him on his success.

This only enrages the embittered, longing for the past Mr. Rover has he constantly shouts over the backyard wall that all Mr. Clarets achievements will come to an end. “it wont last. It wont last” “the only way is down for you” “what if you fall ill!?”

While the future for Mr Claret looks rosy, doing what he’s always done. The New Year looks bleak for the Mr Rover as he’ll be forced to sell what few assets he has left, in his empty shell.

His brief flirtation with the high life has ruined Mr Rover. He now cuts a hollow, bitter, curmudgeonly, figure. He desperately clings on, in vein, to the hope that his neighbour Mr Claret will see misfortune.

Christmas in Mr Rovers house will be cold, empty and empty. And when, not spent reminiscing of Christmas’s past, endlessly twitching at the moth eaten net curtain hoping, hoping, hoping that his neighbours self-made achievements will end.

Mr Claret will have a fantastic Christmas despite todays result

BLACKBUURRRN ROVUURRS - THE 10 YEAR OLD BENTLEY AT THE DOOR WITH NO ROAD TAX
What a Boxing Day you must have had. Life in the world of a sad, lonely, bitter Dingle summed up in one.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Years ago, Mr Rover, was living in his 2 up 2 down, next to Mr Claret. Then he won the lottery. He could afford to move to a smarter part of town and regularly visited the big city where he lived the high life. Rubbing shoulders with well established millionaires at the casino he frequented. He got a taste for expensive food and drink and also developed an expensive cocaine habit. Not of this mattered as he was sure that the money he’d won would never run out. He would often drive past in his large limousine and scoff at Mr Claret, shouting that he’d never have to live like his former neighbour had to. Mr. Claret, meanwhile, just got on with his lot. Only spending what he could afford. Time passed and the high rolling lifestyle of the now bloated, Mr. Rover had taken its toll on his bank account, his body and mind. His addiction had spiralled out of control. He lashed out at former friends, Mr Big Sam, Mr. Hendry, and Mr Hodgson even the media were all blamed for his self-inflicted financial demise. Bitterly he was forced to return to his former home a bitter, twisted and lonely man. He felt like failure. He was right. He couldn’t help but notice as he peeped at his neighbour, through the tatty net curtains, that while he thought the midas touch that he briefly had would never leave him, Mr Claret had been quietly doing very well for himself. He now frequently he see’s Mr Claret having to sell his cars a HotJayRod and an Austin. Screaming “ha ha what are you going to do without it now!?” Only to be dismayed by the performance of the new Vokes-wagen Mr. Claret has. He still trys to make himself feel better about the “old days, when I had loadsamoney” But Mr Claret is not impressed. He didn’t dismiss his friends through the lean times and is very proud of what he’s achieved as many people compliment him on his success. This only enrages the embittered, longing for the past Mr. Rover has he constantly shouts over the backyard wall that all Mr. Clarets achievements will come to an end. “it wont last. It wont last” “the only way is down for you” “what if you fall ill!?” While the future for Mr Claret looks rosy, doing what he’s always done. The New Year looks bleak for the Mr Rover as he’ll be forced to sell what few assets he has left, in his empty shell. His brief flirtation with the high life has ruined Mr Rover. He now cuts a hollow, bitter, curmudgeonly, figure. He desperately clings on, in vein, to the hope that his neighbour Mr Claret will see misfortune. Christmas in Mr Rovers house will be cold, empty and empty. And when, not spent reminiscing of Christmas’s past, endlessly twitching at the moth eaten net curtain hoping, hoping, hoping that his neighbours self-made achievements will end. Mr Claret will have a fantastic Christmas despite todays result BLACKBUURRRN ROVUURRS - THE 10 YEAR OLD BENTLEY AT THE DOOR WITH NO ROAD TAX[/p][/quote]What a Boxing Day you must have had. Life in the world of a sad, lonely, bitter Dingle summed up in one. jack01

2:20am Fri 27 Dec 13

jim 2012 says...

RobH2O wrote:
SuperBlues wrote:
TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!!
And your not in any chasing pack
we don't have to catch you the pack will dozy
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SuperBlues[/bold] wrote: TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]And your not in any chasing pack[/p][/quote]we don't have to catch you the pack will dozy jim 2012

10:59am Fri 27 Dec 13

We'll win the next one says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Years ago, Mr Rover, was living in his 2 up 2 down, next to Mr Claret. Then he won the lottery. He could afford to move to a smarter part of town and regularly visited the big city where he lived the high life. Rubbing shoulders with well established millionaires at the casino he frequented. He got a taste for expensive food and drink and also developed an expensive cocaine habit. Not of this mattered as he was sure that the money he’d won would never run out. He would often drive past in his large limousine and scoff at Mr Claret, shouting that he’d never have to live like his former neighbour had to. Mr. Claret, meanwhile, just got on with his lot. Only spending what he could afford. Time passed and the high rolling lifestyle of the now bloated, Mr. Rover had taken its toll on his bank account, his body and mind. His addiction had spiralled out of control. He lashed out at former friends, Mr Big Sam, Mr. Hendry, and Mr Hodgson even the media were all blamed for his self-inflicted financial demise. Bitterly he was forced to return to his former home a bitter, twisted and lonely man. He felt like failure. He was right. He couldn’t help but notice as he peeped at his neighbour, through the tatty net curtains, that while he thought the midas touch that he briefly had would never leave him, Mr Claret had been quietly doing very well for himself. He now frequently he see’s Mr Claret having to sell his cars a HotJayRod and an Austin. Screaming “ha ha what are you going to do without it now!?” Only to be dismayed by the performance of the new Vokes-wagen Mr. Claret has. He still trys to make himself feel better about the “old days, when I had loadsamoney” But Mr Claret is not impressed. He didn’t dismiss his friends through the lean times and is very proud of what he’s achieved as many people compliment him on his success. This only enrages the embittered, longing for the past Mr. Rover has he constantly shouts over the backyard wall that all Mr. Clarets achievements will come to an end. “it wont last. It wont last” “the only way is down for you” “what if you fall ill!?” While the future for Mr Claret looks rosy, doing what he’s always done. The New Year looks bleak for the Mr Rover as he’ll be forced to sell what few assets he has left, in his empty shell. His brief flirtation with the high life has ruined Mr Rover. He now cuts a hollow, bitter, curmudgeonly, figure. He desperately clings on, in vein, to the hope that his neighbour Mr Claret will see misfortune. Christmas in Mr Rovers house will be cold, empty and empty. And when, not spent reminiscing of Christmas’s past, endlessly twitching at the moth eaten net curtain hoping, hoping, hoping that his neighbours self-made achievements will end. Mr Claret will have a fantastic Christmas despite todays result BLACKBUURRRN ROVUURRS - THE 10 YEAR OLD BENTLEY AT THE DOOR WITH NO ROAD TAX
What a complete waste of space, you mong. Theres 2 mins I'll never get back. Your Mums your Dad............
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Years ago, Mr Rover, was living in his 2 up 2 down, next to Mr Claret. Then he won the lottery. He could afford to move to a smarter part of town and regularly visited the big city where he lived the high life. Rubbing shoulders with well established millionaires at the casino he frequented. He got a taste for expensive food and drink and also developed an expensive cocaine habit. Not of this mattered as he was sure that the money he’d won would never run out. He would often drive past in his large limousine and scoff at Mr Claret, shouting that he’d never have to live like his former neighbour had to. Mr. Claret, meanwhile, just got on with his lot. Only spending what he could afford. Time passed and the high rolling lifestyle of the now bloated, Mr. Rover had taken its toll on his bank account, his body and mind. His addiction had spiralled out of control. He lashed out at former friends, Mr Big Sam, Mr. Hendry, and Mr Hodgson even the media were all blamed for his self-inflicted financial demise. Bitterly he was forced to return to his former home a bitter, twisted and lonely man. He felt like failure. He was right. He couldn’t help but notice as he peeped at his neighbour, through the tatty net curtains, that while he thought the midas touch that he briefly had would never leave him, Mr Claret had been quietly doing very well for himself. He now frequently he see’s Mr Claret having to sell his cars a HotJayRod and an Austin. Screaming “ha ha what are you going to do without it now!?” Only to be dismayed by the performance of the new Vokes-wagen Mr. Claret has. He still trys to make himself feel better about the “old days, when I had loadsamoney” But Mr Claret is not impressed. He didn’t dismiss his friends through the lean times and is very proud of what he’s achieved as many people compliment him on his success. This only enrages the embittered, longing for the past Mr. Rover has he constantly shouts over the backyard wall that all Mr. Clarets achievements will come to an end. “it wont last. It wont last” “the only way is down for you” “what if you fall ill!?” While the future for Mr Claret looks rosy, doing what he’s always done. The New Year looks bleak for the Mr Rover as he’ll be forced to sell what few assets he has left, in his empty shell. His brief flirtation with the high life has ruined Mr Rover. He now cuts a hollow, bitter, curmudgeonly, figure. He desperately clings on, in vein, to the hope that his neighbour Mr Claret will see misfortune. Christmas in Mr Rovers house will be cold, empty and empty. And when, not spent reminiscing of Christmas’s past, endlessly twitching at the moth eaten net curtain hoping, hoping, hoping that his neighbours self-made achievements will end. Mr Claret will have a fantastic Christmas despite todays result BLACKBUURRRN ROVUURRS - THE 10 YEAR OLD BENTLEY AT THE DOOR WITH NO ROAD TAX[/p][/quote]What a complete waste of space, you mong. Theres 2 mins I'll never get back. Your Mums your Dad............ We'll win the next one

11:01am Fri 27 Dec 13

We'll win the next one says...

RobH2O wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote: Its a good job you won promotion by being top on Christmas Day. You can take it easy and relax now and leave the last automatic place to be fought over by the rest of us. Mega
So true. We will go up.
LOL !! No more for RobH20 barman he's p*ssed as a f*rt and talking cr*p again !
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Its a good job you won promotion by being top on Christmas Day. You can take it easy and relax now and leave the last automatic place to be fought over by the rest of us. Mega[/p][/quote]So true. We will go up.[/p][/quote]LOL !! No more for RobH20 barman he's p*ssed as a f*rt and talking cr*p again ! We'll win the next one

11:53am Fri 27 Dec 13

doctordavros says...

stevieclaret wrote:
doctordavros wrote:
Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day
Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic!
excuse me if I remember rightly firstly it was live on tv secondly u only give us 2500 tickets so 90% where sold lets se if when its not on tv and givining us more tickets like we give you
Oh sorry you cant with it just being a wooden shed we get and lets face it there where many empty seats on your pats of the ground ( sorry shed ) and don't forget Dingle are always saying best supported team
[quote][p][bold]stevieclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doctordavros[/bold] wrote: Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day[/p][/quote]Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic![/p][/quote]excuse me if I remember rightly firstly it was live on tv secondly u only give us 2500 tickets so 90% where sold lets se if when its not on tv and givining us more tickets like we give you Oh sorry you cant with it just being a wooden shed we get and lets face it there where many empty seats on your pats of the ground ( sorry shed ) and don't forget Dingle are always saying best supported team doctordavros

12:38pm Fri 27 Dec 13

mjp 53 says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Tick Tock Tick Tock

Slip sliding away, slip sliding away

Burnlee 0 points

BRFC 1 point

Hahahahahahahahahaha

hahahahahauauhahahau

uahahauahauahauaha
Wow you are stupid as you are senile. How can you be happy with a point at home to a bottom 3 side when we dismantled the same team away only 3 months ago.Just keep believing you will actualy catch us, then go home and take our medication and reality will set in. Only 3 defeats in 22, come bck when you have such good stats, now trot off to your rat infested 1 bedroom council flat in Sadsworth.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Tick Tock Tick Tock Slip sliding away, slip sliding away Burnlee 0 points BRFC 1 point Hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahauauhahahau uahahauahauahauaha[/p][/quote]Wow you are stupid as you are senile. How can you be happy with a point at home to a bottom 3 side when we dismantled the same team away only 3 months ago.Just keep believing you will actualy catch us, then go home and take our medication and reality will set in. Only 3 defeats in 22, come bck when you have such good stats, now trot off to your rat infested 1 bedroom council flat in Sadsworth. mjp 53

12:45pm Fri 27 Dec 13

mjp 53 says...

SuperBlues wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
SuperBlues wrote:
TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!!
And your not in any chasing pack
I think we are you six fingers slowly but slowly, if you don't get promoted now IMAGINE how embarrassed you would feel HAHA !!!!!!!!!!
aot half as embarrased as you will be when you have to start offloading all your big time Charlies like Rhodes, Dann, Lowe, Hanley and the list goes on. 57 million in debt how embarrasing is that. Finishing mid table again, and having to sell to survive, now tats a novelty you have never been used to for some time. Welcome to REALITY !!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]SuperBlues[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SuperBlues[/bold] wrote: TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]And your not in any chasing pack[/p][/quote]I think we are you six fingers slowly but slowly, if you don't get promoted now IMAGINE how embarrassed you would feel HAHA !!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]aot half as embarrased as you will be when you have to start offloading all your big time Charlies like Rhodes, Dann, Lowe, Hanley and the list goes on. 57 million in debt how embarrasing is that. Finishing mid table again, and having to sell to survive, now tats a novelty you have never been used to for some time. Welcome to REALITY !!!!!!! mjp 53

2:22pm Fri 27 Dec 13

burnleyglentoran says...

We'll win the next one wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Years ago, Mr Rover, was living in his 2 up 2 down, next to Mr Claret. Then he won the lottery. He could afford to move to a smarter part of town and regularly visited the big city where he lived the high life. Rubbing shoulders with well established millionaires at the casino he frequented. He got a taste for expensive food and drink and also developed an expensive cocaine habit. Not of this mattered as he was sure that the money he’d won would never run out. He would often drive past in his large limousine and scoff at Mr Claret, shouting that he’d never have to live like his former neighbour had to. Mr. Claret, meanwhile, just got on with his lot. Only spending what he could afford. Time passed and the high rolling lifestyle of the now bloated, Mr. Rover had taken its toll on his bank account, his body and mind. His addiction had spiralled out of control. He lashed out at former friends, Mr Big Sam, Mr. Hendry, and Mr Hodgson even the media were all blamed for his self-inflicted financial demise. Bitterly he was forced to return to his former home a bitter, twisted and lonely man. He felt like failure. He was right. He couldn’t help but notice as he peeped at his neighbour, through the tatty net curtains, that while he thought the midas touch that he briefly had would never leave him, Mr Claret had been quietly doing very well for himself. He now frequently he see’s Mr Claret having to sell his cars a HotJayRod and an Austin. Screaming “ha ha what are you going to do without it now!?” Only to be dismayed by the performance of the new Vokes-wagen Mr. Claret has. He still trys to make himself feel better about the “old days, when I had loadsamoney” But Mr Claret is not impressed. He didn’t dismiss his friends through the lean times and is very proud of what he’s achieved as many people compliment him on his success. This only enrages the embittered, longing for the past Mr. Rover has he constantly shouts over the backyard wall that all Mr. Clarets achievements will come to an end. “it wont last. It wont last” “the only way is down for you” “what if you fall ill!?” While the future for Mr Claret looks rosy, doing what he’s always done. The New Year looks bleak for the Mr Rover as he’ll be forced to sell what few assets he has left, in his empty shell. His brief flirtation with the high life has ruined Mr Rover. He now cuts a hollow, bitter, curmudgeonly, figure. He desperately clings on, in vein, to the hope that his neighbour Mr Claret will see misfortune. Christmas in Mr Rovers house will be cold, empty and empty. And when, not spent reminiscing of Christmas’s past, endlessly twitching at the moth eaten net curtain hoping, hoping, hoping that his neighbours self-made achievements will end. Mr Claret will have a fantastic Christmas despite todays result BLACKBUURRRN ROVUURRS - THE 10 YEAR OLD BENTLEY AT THE DOOR WITH NO ROAD TAX
What a complete waste of space, you mong. Theres 2 mins I'll never get back. Your Mums your Dad............
Get behind the curtain, you spiteful old curmudgeon.

BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS
[quote][p][bold]We'll win the next one[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Years ago, Mr Rover, was living in his 2 up 2 down, next to Mr Claret. Then he won the lottery. He could afford to move to a smarter part of town and regularly visited the big city where he lived the high life. Rubbing shoulders with well established millionaires at the casino he frequented. He got a taste for expensive food and drink and also developed an expensive cocaine habit. Not of this mattered as he was sure that the money he’d won would never run out. He would often drive past in his large limousine and scoff at Mr Claret, shouting that he’d never have to live like his former neighbour had to. Mr. Claret, meanwhile, just got on with his lot. Only spending what he could afford. Time passed and the high rolling lifestyle of the now bloated, Mr. Rover had taken its toll on his bank account, his body and mind. His addiction had spiralled out of control. He lashed out at former friends, Mr Big Sam, Mr. Hendry, and Mr Hodgson even the media were all blamed for his self-inflicted financial demise. Bitterly he was forced to return to his former home a bitter, twisted and lonely man. He felt like failure. He was right. He couldn’t help but notice as he peeped at his neighbour, through the tatty net curtains, that while he thought the midas touch that he briefly had would never leave him, Mr Claret had been quietly doing very well for himself. He now frequently he see’s Mr Claret having to sell his cars a HotJayRod and an Austin. Screaming “ha ha what are you going to do without it now!?” Only to be dismayed by the performance of the new Vokes-wagen Mr. Claret has. He still trys to make himself feel better about the “old days, when I had loadsamoney” But Mr Claret is not impressed. He didn’t dismiss his friends through the lean times and is very proud of what he’s achieved as many people compliment him on his success. This only enrages the embittered, longing for the past Mr. Rover has he constantly shouts over the backyard wall that all Mr. Clarets achievements will come to an end. “it wont last. It wont last” “the only way is down for you” “what if you fall ill!?” While the future for Mr Claret looks rosy, doing what he’s always done. The New Year looks bleak for the Mr Rover as he’ll be forced to sell what few assets he has left, in his empty shell. His brief flirtation with the high life has ruined Mr Rover. He now cuts a hollow, bitter, curmudgeonly, figure. He desperately clings on, in vein, to the hope that his neighbour Mr Claret will see misfortune. Christmas in Mr Rovers house will be cold, empty and empty. And when, not spent reminiscing of Christmas’s past, endlessly twitching at the moth eaten net curtain hoping, hoping, hoping that his neighbours self-made achievements will end. Mr Claret will have a fantastic Christmas despite todays result BLACKBUURRRN ROVUURRS - THE 10 YEAR OLD BENTLEY AT THE DOOR WITH NO ROAD TAX[/p][/quote]What a complete waste of space, you mong. Theres 2 mins I'll never get back. Your Mums your Dad............[/p][/quote]Get behind the curtain, you spiteful old curmudgeon. BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS burnleyglentoran

2:27pm Fri 27 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

A Darener wrote:
Mr Rover's house is full of cheer, as Burnley's plummet is coming near.
Come the New Year and then we'll see,
Just who is still the best? We'll see!
"We'll see"? Such a solid prediction.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Mr Rover's house is full of cheer, as Burnley's plummet is coming near. Come the New Year and then we'll see, Just who is still the best? We'll see![/p][/quote]"We'll see"? Such a solid prediction. RobH2O

2:29pm Fri 27 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

bigste wrote:
Here comes the big freefall.
Yep, its true. Rovers on the way down. Not to worry. Mummy will change your ****-stained panties laddie.
[quote][p][bold]bigste[/bold] wrote: Here comes the big freefall.[/p][/quote]Yep, its true. Rovers on the way down. Not to worry. Mummy will change your ****-stained panties laddie. RobH2O

2:32pm Fri 27 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

jack01 wrote:
stevieclaret wrote:
doctordavros wrote:
Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day
Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic!
Almost as pathetic as 13,000 home fans turning up for the biggest game of their lives. Now it's a level playing field I would have expected a few more on.
More on? Drop the "e" and stick "on" at the end, and you get Moron-Jack01!
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevieclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doctordavros[/bold] wrote: Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day[/p][/quote]Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic![/p][/quote]Almost as pathetic as 13,000 home fans turning up for the biggest game of their lives. Now it's a level playing field I would have expected a few more on.[/p][/quote]More on? Drop the "e" and stick "on" at the end, and you get Moron-Jack01! RobH2O

2:37pm Fri 27 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

jim 2012 wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
SuperBlues wrote:
TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!!
And your not in any chasing pack
we don't have to catch you the pack will dozy
Oooh, such cutting wit! Such clinic intelligence! I think that you just missed something. I did not say that a chasing pack would or would not catch us, dear old drafty head. I said that you wouldn't be part of any pack that caught us up. Tackled a point that was never made. Too much grog at Christmas Einstein.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SuperBlues[/bold] wrote: TOP of the LEAGUE your having a LAUGH, You couldn't possibly mess that up COULD UP DINGLES????????????, keep looking over that shoulder the pack are CATCHING YOU !!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]And your not in any chasing pack[/p][/quote]we don't have to catch you the pack will dozy[/p][/quote]Oooh, such cutting wit! Such clinic intelligence! I think that you just missed something. I did not say that a chasing pack would or would not catch us, dear old drafty head. I said that you wouldn't be part of any pack that caught us up. Tackled a point that was never made. Too much grog at Christmas Einstein. RobH2O

2:44pm Fri 27 Dec 13

soulboy1 says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Tick Tock Tick Tock

Slip sliding away, slip sliding away

Burnlee 0 points

BRFC 1 point

Hahahahahahahahahaha

hahahahahauauhahahau

uahahauahauahauaha
One point and you laugh your arse off......... Fair enough if that's your thing. What would happen if you had got three?.......... Multiple **** :)
Your game was absolute dire according to press and radio reports. We lost at Boro, and our fans applauded their players at the end. You were at home, didn't lose.......... And you were booed off by your own fans. Now there's confidence in your team. Wonder if you will be crowing when Rhodes goes and you end up in administration......
. That sir is not a dig but merely an assumption of what is definitely possible. I wouldn't be going on about the clock tick tocking away for us. You may well find that your own financial clock is running down and will end up beyond repair. Where do broken clocks end up? On the scrap heap. Happy New a Year to you anyway.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Tick Tock Tick Tock Slip sliding away, slip sliding away Burnlee 0 points BRFC 1 point Hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahauauhahahau uahahauahauahauaha[/p][/quote]One point and you laugh your arse off......... Fair enough if that's your thing. What would happen if you had got three?.......... Multiple **** :) Your game was absolute dire according to press and radio reports. We lost at Boro, and our fans applauded their players at the end. You were at home, didn't lose.......... And you were booed off by your own fans. Now there's confidence in your team. Wonder if you will be crowing when Rhodes goes and you end up in administration...... . That sir is not a dig but merely an assumption of what is definitely possible. I wouldn't be going on about the clock tick tocking away for us. You may well find that your own financial clock is running down and will end up beyond repair. Where do broken clocks end up? On the scrap heap. Happy New a Year to you anyway. soulboy1

2:50pm Fri 27 Dec 13

soulboy1 says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Its a good job you won promotion by being top on Christmas Day. You can take it easy and relax now and leave the last automatic place to be fought over by the rest of us.
Mega
The rest of US.??? Surely you are not saying that your lot are candidates for automatic promotion. Now that had cheered me right up. Please can I have some of your medication, seems to give delusions of grandeur
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Its a good job you won promotion by being top on Christmas Day. You can take it easy and relax now and leave the last automatic place to be fought over by the rest of us. Mega[/p][/quote]The rest of US.??? Surely you are not saying that your lot are candidates for automatic promotion. Now that had cheered me right up. Please can I have some of your medication, seems to give delusions of grandeur soulboy1

2:56pm Fri 27 Dec 13

soulboy1 says...

stevieclaret wrote:
doctordavros wrote:
Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day
Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic!
Hey Stevie, I wonder just how many of that shower who take digs at our away followings actually go to games themselves. I have only been to five games so far this season. I am not bleating about ticket prices either. It's just a very long journey for me and an expensive one. Your point is spot on. Only 2,300 made the ten mile journey for the derby match. I got there and. Travelled considerably further than that.
[quote][p][bold]stevieclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doctordavros[/bold] wrote: Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day[/p][/quote]Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic![/p][/quote]Hey Stevie, I wonder just how many of that shower who take digs at our away followings actually go to games themselves. I have only been to five games so far this season. I am not bleating about ticket prices either. It's just a very long journey for me and an expensive one. Your point is spot on. Only 2,300 made the ten mile journey for the derby match. I got there and. Travelled considerably further than that. soulboy1

3:02pm Fri 27 Dec 13

soulboy1 says...

doctordavros wrote:
stevieclaret wrote:
doctordavros wrote:
Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day
Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic!
excuse me if I remember rightly firstly it was live on tv secondly u only give us 2500 tickets so 90% where sold lets se if when its not on tv and givining us more tickets like we give you
Oh sorry you cant with it just being a wooden shed we get and lets face it there where many empty seats on your pats of the ground ( sorry shed ) and don't forget Dingle are always saying best supported team
For doctor you seem very poorly educated, can't spell and grammar is all over the place. Can't even write complete sentences.......... Hmm, come to think of it, maybe a real doctor. What on earth is a pat of the ground by the way. Tried to google it but no joy
[quote][p][bold]doctordavros[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevieclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doctordavros[/bold] wrote: Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day[/p][/quote]Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic![/p][/quote]excuse me if I remember rightly firstly it was live on tv secondly u only give us 2500 tickets so 90% where sold lets se if when its not on tv and givining us more tickets like we give you Oh sorry you cant with it just being a wooden shed we get and lets face it there where many empty seats on your pats of the ground ( sorry shed ) and don't forget Dingle are always saying best supported team[/p][/quote]For doctor you seem very poorly educated, can't spell and grammar is all over the place. Can't even write complete sentences.......... Hmm, come to think of it, maybe a real doctor. What on earth is a pat of the ground by the way. Tried to google it but no joy soulboy1

3:02pm Fri 27 Dec 13

Lancs - pensioner says...

soulboy1 wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Tick Tock Tick Tock

Slip sliding away, slip sliding away

Burnlee 0 points

BRFC 1 point

Hahahahahahahahahaha


hahahahahauauhahahau


uahahauahauahauaha
One point and you laugh your arse off......... Fair enough if that's your thing. What would happen if you had got three?.......... Multiple **** :)
Your game was absolute dire according to press and radio reports. We lost at Boro, and our fans applauded their players at the end. You were at home, didn't lose.......... And you were booed off by your own fans. Now there's confidence in your team. Wonder if you will be crowing when Rhodes goes and you end up in administration......

. That sir is not a dig but merely an assumption of what is definitely possible. I wouldn't be going on about the clock tick tocking away for us. You may well find that your own financial clock is running down and will end up beyond repair. Where do broken clocks end up? On the scrap heap. Happy New a Year to you anyway.
Good points, clean banter you can't beat it, although I would not tell WLUV or burnleyGlentorain I would love us both to go up this year, a Happy New Year to you.
[quote][p][bold]soulboy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Tick Tock Tick Tock Slip sliding away, slip sliding away Burnlee 0 points BRFC 1 point Hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahauauhahahau uahahauahauahauaha[/p][/quote]One point and you laugh your arse off......... Fair enough if that's your thing. What would happen if you had got three?.......... Multiple **** :) Your game was absolute dire according to press and radio reports. We lost at Boro, and our fans applauded their players at the end. You were at home, didn't lose.......... And you were booed off by your own fans. Now there's confidence in your team. Wonder if you will be crowing when Rhodes goes and you end up in administration...... . That sir is not a dig but merely an assumption of what is definitely possible. I wouldn't be going on about the clock tick tocking away for us. You may well find that your own financial clock is running down and will end up beyond repair. Where do broken clocks end up? On the scrap heap. Happy New a Year to you anyway.[/p][/quote]Good points, clean banter you can't beat it, although I would not tell WLUV or burnleyGlentorain I would love us both to go up this year, a Happy New Year to you. Lancs - pensioner

5:47pm Fri 27 Dec 13

stevieclaret says...

doctordavros wrote:
stevieclaret wrote:
doctordavros wrote:
Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day
Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic!
excuse me if I remember rightly firstly it was live on tv secondly u only give us 2500 tickets so 90% where sold lets se if when its not on tv and givining us more tickets like we give you
Oh sorry you cant with it just being a wooden shed we get and lets face it there where many empty seats on your pats of the ground ( sorry shed ) and don't forget Dingle are always saying best supported team
Before u start spouting check how many tickets we got for Middlesbrough. Ul find we sold well over 90% of them. The wooden shed holds 4000. Ur club couldn't shift them hence u were given 2500 n u didn't sell them! Don't spout bout support if u live in a glass house!
[quote][p][bold]doctordavros[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevieclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doctordavros[/bold] wrote: Very poor away showing again from the dingles top of the table and only 1367 travel on a boxing day[/p][/quote]Here we go again. U brought 2300 for the derby. Now that's pathetic![/p][/quote]excuse me if I remember rightly firstly it was live on tv secondly u only give us 2500 tickets so 90% where sold lets se if when its not on tv and givining us more tickets like we give you Oh sorry you cant with it just being a wooden shed we get and lets face it there where many empty seats on your pats of the ground ( sorry shed ) and don't forget Dingle are always saying best supported team[/p][/quote]Before u start spouting check how many tickets we got for Middlesbrough. Ul find we sold well over 90% of them. The wooden shed holds 4000. Ur club couldn't shift them hence u were given 2500 n u didn't sell them! Don't spout bout support if u live in a glass house! stevieclaret

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