Andy Lochhead: Dyche will get the best out of transfer targets

Derby midfielder Craig Bryson

Derby midfielder Craig Bryson

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IT seems as if things are starting to build up a head of steam on the transfer front and it is good to see.

I always knew it would be towards the end of June-beginning of July when signings would start to unravel, once existing contracts are up.

But there is always that element of concern when you don’t hear anything concrete in the quiet summer weeks.

But manager Sean Dyche will have been hard at work behind the scenes, away from the glare of the expectant media and supporters who can’t wait to get those new faces in the building.

I’m encouraged with the ones he has been linked with as they will strengthen the spine of the team.

There is Craig Dawson at the back – a player Burnley have been linked with numerous times over the years but could be closer to landing now that he has handed in a transfer request to West Brom, although I am sure we are not the only club after his signature.

There have been strong links to Craig Bryson – a goalscoring midfielder who had an excellent season for Derby County last year.

They were unlucky to miss out on promotion themselves and I would expect him, and Richard Keogh who we have also been linked with, to be able to make the step up to the Premier League no problem.

Then there is Marvin Sordell up front – a player the manager has worked with before at Watford.

That might not be a signing to set the pulses racing as such, after he spent all of last season on loan with Charlton from Bolton, but the manager has already proved how good he is at getting the best out of players.

No-one would have expected the signings he made this time last year to come together and achieve what they did, so I for one would back his judgement.

As a unit the players last season blended together well and played well together, and that was down to the manager and his coaching staff.

There are good characters in the dressing room too, which can often be as important as having players with ability, and again that is the manager’s influence.

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3:13pm Fri 27 Jun 14

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[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Hey Douche bummers Love this article http://www.theguardi an.com/football/2000 /dec/18/match.sport1 2[/p][/quote]Your not our rivals no more yours are Wigan,Bolton and Blackpool now. Go and annoy them. andy1
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3:18pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

andy1 wrote:
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[quote][p][bold]andy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Hey Douche bummers Love this article http://www.theguardi an.com/football/2000 /dec/18/match.sport1 2[/p][/quote]Your not our rivals no more yours are Wigan,Bolton and Blackpool now. Go and annoy them.[/p][/quote]Rovers enter the lift. "We'll take the basement floor please". Bye. Rob_H2O
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3:25pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
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[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Hey Douche bummers Love this article http://www.theguardi an.com/football/2000 /dec/18/match.sport1 2[/p][/quote]Your not our rivals no more yours are Wigan,Bolton and Blackpool now. Go and annoy them.[/p][/quote]Rovers enter the lift. "We'll take the basement floor please". Bye.[/p][/quote]Bumley get in behind We'll go right to the top, stand there for a while, then come straight back down please. Bye Rovers 1495
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3:42pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

Rovers 1495 wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
andy1 wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
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Your not our rivals no more yours are Wigan,Bolton and Blackpool now. Go and annoy them.
Rovers enter the lift. "We'll take the basement floor please". Bye.
Bumley get in behind

We'll go right to the top, stand there for a while, then come straight back down please. Bye
We may well come down and most clarets are OK with that although hoping not. But do most Rovers' fans genuinely think they're nailed on for promotion next season? We don't know how FFP will pan out but we are seeing clubs drastically cutting costs, mostly on wages. So without major investment and even without a transfer embargo we can see a bumpy road ahead for many championship clubs. I think Bowyer is capable enough but without investment the owners are helping but not investing for promotion and cost cuts actually doing the opposite, it's unlikely that if we were to stay up - which we could - our blue and white friends might not be able to join us for some time - sort of stuck in a lift hoping it doesn't drop.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Hey Douche bummers Love this article http://www.theguardi an.com/football/2000 /dec/18/match.sport1 2[/p][/quote]Your not our rivals no more yours are Wigan,Bolton and Blackpool now. Go and annoy them.[/p][/quote]Rovers enter the lift. "We'll take the basement floor please". Bye.[/p][/quote]Bumley get in behind We'll go right to the top, stand there for a while, then come straight back down please. Bye[/p][/quote]We may well come down and most clarets are OK with that although hoping not. But do most Rovers' fans genuinely think they're nailed on for promotion next season? We don't know how FFP will pan out but we are seeing clubs drastically cutting costs, mostly on wages. So without major investment and even without a transfer embargo we can see a bumpy road ahead for many championship clubs. I think Bowyer is capable enough but without investment the owners are helping but not investing for promotion and cost cuts actually doing the opposite, it's unlikely that if we were to stay up - which we could - our blue and white friends might not be able to join us for some time - sort of stuck in a lift hoping it doesn't drop. Claretcert
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4:05pm Fri 27 Jun 14

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4:36pm Fri 27 Jun 14

mjp 53 says...

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Not bad you moron but dont you think you could have got something up to date. Its a bit like your 34 year crap, which doesnt exist anymore. Typical Rovers living in the past since 1979.
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Hey Douche bummers Love this article http://www.theguardi an.com/football/2000 /dec/18/match.sport1 2[/p][/quote]Not bad you moron but dont you think you could have got something up to date. Its a bit like your 34 year crap, which doesnt exist anymore. Typical Rovers living in the past since 1979. mjp 53
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4:40pm Fri 27 Jun 14

mjp 53 says...

andy1 wrote:
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Your not our rivals no more yours are Wigan,Bolton and Blackpool now. Go and annoy them.
And soon to be Preston, Sheffield Unted and Rochdale, now that is priceles. Bring on the FFP then lets see what your left with. Its time to bring Shebby back from the wilderness t lead you into Division 1.
[quote][p][bold]andy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Hey Douche bummers Love this article http://www.theguardi an.com/football/2000 /dec/18/match.sport1 2[/p][/quote]Your not our rivals no more yours are Wigan,Bolton and Blackpool now. Go and annoy them.[/p][/quote]And soon to be Preston, Sheffield Unted and Rochdale, now that is priceles. Bring on the FFP then lets see what your left with. Its time to bring Shebby back from the wilderness t lead you into Division 1. mjp 53
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4:55pm Fri 27 Jun 14

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[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Hey Douche bummers Love this article http://www.theguardi an.com/football/2000 /dec/18/match.sport1 2[/p][/quote]Hell you are numb. IMBECILE. tall in the saddle
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5:03pm Fri 27 Jun 14

jwid says...

Rumour has it Shebby was this week spotted in Costa Coffee in Blackburn Arndale having a friendly and good natured catch up with Derek Shaw. Perhaps there is a role for him after all?
Rumour has it Shebby was this week spotted in Costa Coffee in Blackburn Arndale having a friendly and good natured catch up with Derek Shaw. Perhaps there is a role for him after all? jwid
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5:16pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Ladies put your handbags down. I respect Andy Lockhead, watched him play many a time, so I guess that gives my age away. I can see where he's coming from and it's early days yet but guys I really do think you need to be getting some quality in rather than the Championship targets you are reportedly looking at. Not having a dig but you can't do it on the cheap in the Premier league iff you want a realistic chance of staying up. It's an unforgiving place. Just my opinion of course. Now I'll go and hide some where before I get hit with a handbag !!!
Ladies put your handbags down. I respect Andy Lockhead, watched him play many a time, so I guess that gives my age away. I can see where he's coming from and it's early days yet but guys I really do think you need to be getting some quality in rather than the Championship targets you are reportedly looking at. Not having a dig but you can't do it on the cheap in the Premier league iff you want a realistic chance of staying up. It's an unforgiving place. Just my opinion of course. Now I'll go and hide some where before I get hit with a handbag !!! Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 4

5:27pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Ladies put your handbags down. I respect Andy Lockhead, watched him play many a time, so I guess that gives my age away. I can see where he's coming from and it's early days yet but guys I really do think you need to be getting some quality in rather than the Championship targets you are reportedly looking at. Not having a dig but you can't do it on the cheap in the Premier league iff you want a realistic chance of staying up. It's an unforgiving place. Just my opinion of course. Now I'll go and hide some where before I get hit with a handbag !!!
No handbagging for that, it's a perfectly reasonable response.

Thing is, it's still early days and there's a long way to go. Players, agents, managers, Uncle Tom Cobley and all are away on holidays so naturally there's always a hiatus at this time of the year. The transfer market only revs up as D Day gets nearer so why people would think all the little ducks should be lined up in june, that's JUNE, is beyond me. It's the way of the world and impatience ruins many a fine plan.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: Ladies put your handbags down. I respect Andy Lockhead, watched him play many a time, so I guess that gives my age away. I can see where he's coming from and it's early days yet but guys I really do think you need to be getting some quality in rather than the Championship targets you are reportedly looking at. Not having a dig but you can't do it on the cheap in the Premier league iff you want a realistic chance of staying up. It's an unforgiving place. Just my opinion of course. Now I'll go and hide some where before I get hit with a handbag !!![/p][/quote]No handbagging for that, it's a perfectly reasonable response. Thing is, it's still early days and there's a long way to go. Players, agents, managers, Uncle Tom Cobley and all are away on holidays so naturally there's always a hiatus at this time of the year. The transfer market only revs up as D Day gets nearer so why people would think all the little ducks should be lined up in june, that's JUNE, is beyond me. It's the way of the world and impatience ruins many a fine plan. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 6

6:03pm Fri 27 Jun 14

jwid says...

Its simply because the no-dads have nothing else. That's NOTHING ELSE to gloat about. Embarrassing isn't it.

According to the no-dads we should have a fully assembled squad ready in mid June, why I don't know? And because players are on holiday that is seen as the wheels falling off. Got to laugh at their pathetic desperation.
Its simply because the no-dads have nothing else. That's NOTHING ELSE to gloat about. Embarrassing isn't it. According to the no-dads we should have a fully assembled squad ready in mid June, why I don't know? And because players are on holiday that is seen as the wheels falling off. Got to laugh at their pathetic desperation. jwid
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7:06pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
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Why do you love this article?
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Hey Douche bummers Love this article http://www.theguardi an.com/football/2000 /dec/18/match.sport1 2[/p][/quote]Why do you love this article? Rob_H2O
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7:17pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Nothing else ? I think we have a lot to look forward to after the demolition job we've seen at Ewood this last few years. Venkys seem at last to be finally seeing sense and letting proper footballing people run the show now. Their mistakes have cost them big time and we could all see where we would end up, hence the unrest amongst supporters. Bowyer has performed excepionally well trying to turn the shipwreck round, against all odds, and with a couple of new additions we should have a great chance of reaching the play offs this time.
I think we've hit the bottom and are on the up and most knowledgeable football fans can see that (trolls excepted) whoever they support. Of course it will be a long road back but we've made a start.
Nothing else ? I think we have a lot to look forward to after the demolition job we've seen at Ewood this last few years. Venkys seem at last to be finally seeing sense and letting proper footballing people run the show now. Their mistakes have cost them big time and we could all see where we would end up, hence the unrest amongst supporters. Bowyer has performed excepionally well trying to turn the shipwreck round, against all odds, and with a couple of new additions we should have a great chance of reaching the play offs this time. I think we've hit the bottom and are on the up and most knowledgeable football fans can see that (trolls excepted) whoever they support. Of course it will be a long road back but we've made a start. Harwoodstblue
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7:28pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Ladies put your handbags down. I respect Andy Lockhead, watched him play many a time, so I guess that gives my age away. I can see where he's coming from and it's early days yet but guys I really do think you need to be getting some quality in rather than the Championship targets you are reportedly looking at. Not having a dig but you can't do it on the cheap in the Premier league iff you want a realistic chance of staying up. It's an unforgiving place. Just my opinion of course. Now I'll go and hide some where before I get hit with a handbag !!!
No handbagging for that, it's a perfectly reasonable response.

Thing is, it's still early days and there's a long way to go. Players, agents, managers, Uncle Tom Cobley and all are away on holidays so naturally there's always a hiatus at this time of the year. The transfer market only revs up as D Day gets nearer so why people would think all the little ducks should be lined up in june, that's JUNE, is beyond me. It's the way of the world and impatience ruins many a fine plan.
Yes Chris P, it is early days and I guess some of the names bandied about are newspaper speculation. The next few weeks should be interesting for both clubs. Can' t wait for the new season.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: Ladies put your handbags down. I respect Andy Lockhead, watched him play many a time, so I guess that gives my age away. I can see where he's coming from and it's early days yet but guys I really do think you need to be getting some quality in rather than the Championship targets you are reportedly looking at. Not having a dig but you can't do it on the cheap in the Premier league iff you want a realistic chance of staying up. It's an unforgiving place. Just my opinion of course. Now I'll go and hide some where before I get hit with a handbag !!![/p][/quote]No handbagging for that, it's a perfectly reasonable response. Thing is, it's still early days and there's a long way to go. Players, agents, managers, Uncle Tom Cobley and all are away on holidays so naturally there's always a hiatus at this time of the year. The transfer market only revs up as D Day gets nearer so why people would think all the little ducks should be lined up in june, that's JUNE, is beyond me. It's the way of the world and impatience ruins many a fine plan.[/p][/quote]Yes Chris P, it is early days and I guess some of the names bandied about are newspaper speculation. The next few weeks should be interesting for both clubs. Can' t wait for the new season. Harwoodstblue
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8:33pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Forever Blue says...

jwid wrote:
Rumour has it Shebby was this week spotted in Costa Coffee in Blackburn Arndale having a friendly and good natured catch up with Derek Shaw. Perhaps there is a role for him after all?
Please do not make false accusations that you cannot verify Mr Shaw has been away on a business for the week and only arrived back home today
[quote][p][bold]jwid[/bold] wrote: Rumour has it Shebby was this week spotted in Costa Coffee in Blackburn Arndale having a friendly and good natured catch up with Derek Shaw. Perhaps there is a role for him after all?[/p][/quote]Please do not make false accusations that you cannot verify Mr Shaw has been away on a business for the week and only arrived back home today Forever Blue
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9:32pm Fri 27 Jun 14

jwid says...

Forever Blue wrote:
jwid wrote:
Rumour has it Shebby was this week spotted in Costa Coffee in Blackburn Arndale having a friendly and good natured catch up with Derek Shaw. Perhaps there is a role for him after all?
Please do not make false accusations that you cannot verify Mr Shaw has been away on a business for the week and only arrived back home today
That's what he told his wife.. wink wink.

Are you his wife? Do you like wearing the women's clothes he buys you, and the blonde wig? You poor little thing.
[quote][p][bold]Forever Blue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jwid[/bold] wrote: Rumour has it Shebby was this week spotted in Costa Coffee in Blackburn Arndale having a friendly and good natured catch up with Derek Shaw. Perhaps there is a role for him after all?[/p][/quote]Please do not make false accusations that you cannot verify Mr Shaw has been away on a business for the week and only arrived back home today[/p][/quote]That's what he told his wife.. wink wink. Are you his wife? Do you like wearing the women's clothes he buys you, and the blonde wig? You poor little thing. jwid
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11:17pm Fri 27 Jun 14

the beaver says...

jwid wrote:
Rumour has it Shebby was this week spotted in Costa Coffee in Blackburn Arndale having a friendly and good natured catch up with Derek Shaw. Perhaps there is a role for him after all?
There's some good banter with you burnley fans but that one is just not funny. Trying to spoil my weekend!
[quote][p][bold]jwid[/bold] wrote: Rumour has it Shebby was this week spotted in Costa Coffee in Blackburn Arndale having a friendly and good natured catch up with Derek Shaw. Perhaps there is a role for him after all?[/p][/quote]There's some good banter with you burnley fans but that one is just not funny. Trying to spoil my weekend! the beaver
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11:44pm Fri 27 Jun 14

Oz Rover says...

So who's replacing Danny boy when he trots off to Southampton?
So who's replacing Danny boy when he trots off to Southampton? Oz Rover
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12:47am Sat 28 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Ladies put your handbags down. I respect Andy Lockhead, watched him play many a time, so I guess that gives my age away. I can see where he's coming from and it's early days yet but guys I really do think you need to be getting some quality in rather than the Championship targets you are reportedly looking at. Not having a dig but you can't do it on the cheap in the Premier league iff you want a realistic chance of staying up. It's an unforgiving place. Just my opinion of course. Now I'll go and hide some where before I get hit with a handbag !!!
Perfectly valid point. I guess you have to factor in (or hope for) the Dyche effect. So what's mainstream now, I think Brazil is showing to be out of date. The individualism exists in the media and we all but into it (Ings/Rhodes) but Dyche has a sort of sum worth more than the parts and a value added mentality. He can add value to the 'right' players and instill a die for the cause team spirit. Bowyer isn't copying but is on the same lines. So if it works we stay up and if it fails we rebuild and go again stronger and richer. If we went the tried and tested route splash how much? On who? We fail with a prima donna 'lucky to have me' poison in the squad (QPR). So a fan - as in of FL to PL being more than a dream - has us as the role model. Did Leicester ever pay for their ground? Will QPR ever pay their debts? Will Burnley do it their way and stay up? Only one yes and it cones last and is good for football.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: Ladies put your handbags down. I respect Andy Lockhead, watched him play many a time, so I guess that gives my age away. I can see where he's coming from and it's early days yet but guys I really do think you need to be getting some quality in rather than the Championship targets you are reportedly looking at. Not having a dig but you can't do it on the cheap in the Premier league iff you want a realistic chance of staying up. It's an unforgiving place. Just my opinion of course. Now I'll go and hide some where before I get hit with a handbag !!![/p][/quote]Perfectly valid point. I guess you have to factor in (or hope for) the Dyche effect. So what's mainstream now, I think Brazil is showing to be out of date. The individualism exists in the media and we all but into it (Ings/Rhodes) but Dyche has a sort of sum worth more than the parts and a value added mentality. He can add value to the 'right' players and instill a die for the cause team spirit. Bowyer isn't copying but is on the same lines. So if it works we stay up and if it fails we rebuild and go again stronger and richer. If we went the tried and tested route splash how much? On who? We fail with a prima donna 'lucky to have me' poison in the squad (QPR). So a fan - as in of FL to PL being more than a dream - has us as the role model. Did Leicester ever pay for their ground? Will QPR ever pay their debts? Will Burnley do it their way and stay up? Only one yes and it cones last and is good for football. Claretcert
  • Score: 4

1:52am Sat 28 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

jwid wrote:
Its simply because the no-dads have nothing else. That's NOTHING ELSE to gloat about. Embarrassing isn't it.

According to the no-dads we should have a fully assembled squad ready in mid June, why I don't know? And because players are on holiday that is seen as the wheels falling off. Got to laugh at their pathetic desperation.
Southampton looking to replace Rickie Lambert with Burnley's Danny Ings
Burnley want £8million for hitman
[quote][p][bold]jwid[/bold] wrote: Its simply because the no-dads have nothing else. That's NOTHING ELSE to gloat about. Embarrassing isn't it. According to the no-dads we should have a fully assembled squad ready in mid June, why I don't know? And because players are on holiday that is seen as the wheels falling off. Got to laugh at their pathetic desperation.[/p][/quote]Southampton looking to replace Rickie Lambert with Burnley's Danny Ings Burnley want £8million for hitman jim 2012
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1:55am Sat 28 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
jwid wrote:
Its simply because the no-dads have nothing else. That's NOTHING ELSE to gloat about. Embarrassing isn't it.

According to the no-dads we should have a fully assembled squad ready in mid June, why I don't know? And because players are on holiday that is seen as the wheels falling off. Got to laugh at their pathetic desperation.
Southampton looking to replace Rickie Lambert with Burnley's Danny Ings
Burnley want £8million for hitman
the wheels on the bus go round and round
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jwid[/bold] wrote: Its simply because the no-dads have nothing else. That's NOTHING ELSE to gloat about. Embarrassing isn't it. According to the no-dads we should have a fully assembled squad ready in mid June, why I don't know? And because players are on holiday that is seen as the wheels falling off. Got to laugh at their pathetic desperation.[/p][/quote]Southampton looking to replace Rickie Lambert with Burnley's Danny Ings Burnley want £8million for hitman[/p][/quote]the wheels on the bus go round and round jim 2012
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1:52pm Sat 28 Jun 14

jwid says...

jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jwid wrote:
Its simply because the no-dads have nothing else. That's NOTHING ELSE to gloat about. Embarrassing isn't it.

According to the no-dads we should have a fully assembled squad ready in mid June, why I don't know? And because players are on holiday that is seen as the wheels falling off. Got to laugh at their pathetic desperation.
Southampton looking to replace Rickie Lambert with Burnley's Danny Ings
Burnley want £8million for hitman
the wheels on the bus go round and round
Guess we'll be in for Rhodes then.... funny old game init. Ings moves on and Rhodes gets his opportunity to play for Sean Dyche in the Premier League, he's not going to turn that chance down, he'll never get it with you clowns.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jwid[/bold] wrote: Its simply because the no-dads have nothing else. That's NOTHING ELSE to gloat about. Embarrassing isn't it. According to the no-dads we should have a fully assembled squad ready in mid June, why I don't know? And because players are on holiday that is seen as the wheels falling off. Got to laugh at their pathetic desperation.[/p][/quote]Southampton looking to replace Rickie Lambert with Burnley's Danny Ings Burnley want £8million for hitman[/p][/quote]the wheels on the bus go round and round[/p][/quote]Guess we'll be in for Rhodes then.... funny old game init. Ings moves on and Rhodes gets his opportunity to play for Sean Dyche in the Premier League, he's not going to turn that chance down, he'll never get it with you clowns. jwid
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