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FULL-TIME: Burnley 1, Blackburn Rovers 2 (1-3 on agg)

THE FA Youth Cup semi-final second leg between Burnley and Blackburn Rovers at Turf Moor resulted in a win for the visitors, and a place in the final.

After a goalless first half, Hugo Fernandez broke the deadlock in the 55th minute, giving Rovers a 2-0 lead on aggregate.

Osayamen Osawe's initial shot was blocked by Alex Coleman, but the ball ran free for winger Fernandez, who fired a low shot across goalkeeper Joshua Cook into the bottom right corner.

Ryan Edwards doubled their lead on the night three minutes later, straight from a long range free kick that, making it almost an impossible task for the hard-working home side.

But Burnley refused to give up, and were awarded a penalty in the 85th minute, after Adam Henley handled Luke Conlan's left-wing cross.

Blackburn goalkeeper Matthew Urwin was booked for knocking the ball off the spot as Steven Hewitt waited to take it. But the midfielder refused to be put off and finished well for a hard-earned consolation.

Rovers will meet the winners of Manchester United v Chelsea in a two-legged final.

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9:23pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Redbike says...

Men v Boys really - class shines through.
Men v Boys really - class shines through. Redbike
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9:25pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Joey99 says...

Class! 33 years now you know ;)
Class! 33 years now you know ;) Joey99
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9:29pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Dynamite. says...

You will never beat the Rovers !!!
You will never beat the Rovers !!! Dynamite.
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9:31pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Rover The Top. says...

I think we all agree the best team won over 2 legs.

Well done tohugh to Burnley on reaching the semi finals, pity it couldn't have been the final.
I think we all agree the best team won over 2 legs. Well done tohugh to Burnley on reaching the semi finals, pity it couldn't have been the final. Rover The Top.
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9:31pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Rover The Top. says...

I think we all agree the best team won over 2 legs.

Well done though to Burnley on reaching the semi finals, pity it couldn't have been the final.
I think we all agree the best team won over 2 legs. Well done though to Burnley on reaching the semi finals, pity it couldn't have been the final. Rover The Top.
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9:31pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Rover The Top. says...

I think we all agree the best team won over 2 legs.

Well done though to Burnley on reaching the semi finals, pity it couldn't have been the final.
I think we all agree the best team won over 2 legs. Well done though to Burnley on reaching the semi finals, pity it couldn't have been the final. Rover The Top.
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9:36pm Wed 28 Mar 12

gary17 says...

33 years soon to be 34 when will you Dingles ever learn you will never beat rovers
33 years soon to be 34 when will you Dingles ever learn you will never beat rovers gary17
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9:39pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Redbike says...

And before my 6 fingered friends come on here spouting that they were the better side / cheated / unlucky - just take a look at the match report on www.burnleyfootballc
lub.com (your official site) - says it all really. Very fairly reported I must say.

Cheer up lads :-)
And before my 6 fingered friends come on here spouting that they were the better side / cheated / unlucky - just take a look at the match report on www.burnleyfootballc lub.com (your official site) - says it all really. Very fairly reported I must say. Cheer up lads :-) Redbike
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9:45pm Wed 28 Mar 12

euxtonblue says...

its only a game boys!.......secretly sniggers to self!
its only a game boys!.......secretly sniggers to self! euxtonblue
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9:50pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Keep Darwen Green says...

A mere formality. Its like shelling peas.
A mere formality. Its like shelling peas. Keep Darwen Green
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9:52pm Wed 28 Mar 12

bluenick says...

Redbike wrote:
And before my 6 fingered friends come on here spouting that they were the better side / cheated / unlucky - just take a look at the match report on www.burnleyfootballc

lub.com (your official site) - says it all really. Very fairly reported I must say.

Cheer up lads :-)
Also to fcburnley who were the thugs tonite? Disgusting foul from your little footballing angel! Should have been sent off & you know it!!
[quote][p][bold]Redbike[/bold] wrote: And before my 6 fingered friends come on here spouting that they were the better side / cheated / unlucky - just take a look at the match report on www.burnleyfootballc lub.com (your official site) - says it all really. Very fairly reported I must say. Cheer up lads :-)[/p][/quote]Also to fcburnley who were the thugs tonite? Disgusting foul from your little footballing angel! Should have been sent off & you know it!! bluenick
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10:00pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Blackburn Yoof says...

Gaydari, NonEntity, John Bond, Eddie Who, CAN YOU HEAR ME, your boys took one hell of a beating...again.

Always in our shadow.

Love Rovers.x
Gaydari, NonEntity, John Bond, Eddie Who, CAN YOU HEAR ME, your boys took one hell of a beating...again. Always in our shadow. Love Rovers.x Blackburn Yoof
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10:15pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Cuttingsky says...

Where is the final to be played? Is it at the respective home clubs? Sadly, if it is, I can't see the crowd being as huge as it was at Ewood. What was the crowd tonight?
Where is the final to be played? Is it at the respective home clubs? Sadly, if it is, I can't see the crowd being as huge as it was at Ewood. What was the crowd tonight? Cuttingsky
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10:15pm Wed 28 Mar 12

carrman2 says...

Where have all the Rovers Boo boys gone?, Yes were rovers were too good for Burnley , Best of luck in the Final
Where have all the Rovers Boo boys gone?, Yes were rovers were too good for Burnley , Best of luck in the Final carrman2
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10:16pm Wed 28 Mar 12

born n bred blue says...

anybody listen to game on radio? young kid said when rovers scored 1st goal you dirty bburn effin ba??ards lol and the rest pms, radio guy couldn't talk fast enough, was funny, think kid got took away coz it went ever so quiet
anybody listen to game on radio? young kid said when rovers scored 1st goal you dirty bburn effin ba??ards lol and the rest pms, radio guy couldn't talk fast enough, was funny, think kid got took away coz it went ever so quiet born n bred blue
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10:40pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Manuel Hung says...

Good to see one branch of the chicken farming tree doing well I suppose?
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Is it coincidence that Kean has nothing to do with the youth team?
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Relegation and financial ruin still on the horizon!
Good to see one branch of the chicken farming tree doing well I suppose? . Is it coincidence that Kean has nothing to do with the youth team? . Relegation and financial ruin still on the horizon! Manuel Hung
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10:41pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Top10StillOn says...

Apologies for posting on the Youth Cup thread but...

Was at the Spurs Bolton game last night and Nelsen was outstanding. In fact looked just the sort of centre half we could have done with against the very same Bolton last Saturday. Has anybody heard of a reason why he was allowed to leave when we desparately need an solid experienced centre-half?
Also little comment/criticism on Kean not being given the money to fund 2 months wages for Zenden when the own@rs have just pocketed £10/£12 million for Samba (not that I rate Zenden but that's not the point).

Once again about time the LET asked some meaningful questions.

Well done Youth team, fantastic result.
Apologies for posting on the Youth Cup thread but... Was at the Spurs Bolton game last night and Nelsen was outstanding. In fact looked just the sort of centre half we could have done with against the very same Bolton last Saturday. Has anybody heard of a reason why he was allowed to leave when we desparately need an solid experienced centre-half? Also little comment/criticism on Kean not being given the money to fund 2 months wages for Zenden when the own@rs have just pocketed £10/£12 million for Samba (not that I rate Zenden but that's not the point). Once again about time the LET asked some meaningful questions. Well done Youth team, fantastic result. Top10StillOn
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10:54pm Wed 28 Mar 12

FCBurnley says...

Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.
Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always. FCBurnley
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10:59pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

A pleasure to witness a good game.

Arte et labore
A pleasure to witness a good game. Arte et labore Road Runner Road Runner
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11:43pm Wed 28 Mar 12

matt00 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.
Only needed that amount to out sing you from the 1st to the 90th minute. Maybe for the next game we should only bring just over 100 to give you a fighting chance. Why bother turning up and not actually cheering your own team on. Tonight it was like having 8000 manikins in Burnley shirts. In terms of vocal support rovers played two home games. Bring on your first team sure those kids would do a job
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.[/p][/quote]Only needed that amount to out sing you from the 1st to the 90th minute. Maybe for the next game we should only bring just over 100 to give you a fighting chance. Why bother turning up and not actually cheering your own team on. Tonight it was like having 8000 manikins in Burnley shirts. In terms of vocal support rovers played two home games. Bring on your first team sure those kids would do a job matt00
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11:49pm Wed 28 Mar 12

Ted Maul says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.
Ha ha, what a typically bitter Bonleh freak.

You cry yourself to sleep my genetically challenged pal, daddy/uncle/brother will be up some to give you some special 'confirting'.

Silly little dingle.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.[/p][/quote]Ha ha, what a typically bitter Bonleh freak. You cry yourself to sleep my genetically challenged pal, daddy/uncle/brother will be up some to give you some special 'confirting'. Silly little dingle. Ted Maul
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1:15am Thu 29 Mar 12

NICEONESUNSHINE says...

The following is an actual post taken from CLARETSMAD:
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""You wouldn't have won if we had got the ticket arrangements right.

Burnley Directors should apologise to the YOUTH CUP TEAM and pay for them to have a summer holiday! after there diabolical ticketing venture handed Blackburn Rovers A Youth final place.Im a Bob Lord season ticket shareholder and i am disgusted with what ive witnessed, people who go in the Bob Lord pushed out of there seats and who struggle to climb steps, having to climb up into the James Hargreaves stand, the crowd atmosphere ruined for Burnley supporters with no vocal centre because of supporters being placed anywhere, Mr Hoos !! PLEASE LEARN AND DO IT QUICKLY. 1500 Blackburn fans laughing at 10,000 home supporters im disgusted !!!"""

How Deluded are these idiots?
The following is an actual post taken from CLARETSMAD: . ""You wouldn't have won if we had got the ticket arrangements right. Burnley Directors should apologise to the YOUTH CUP TEAM and pay for them to have a summer holiday! after there diabolical ticketing venture handed Blackburn Rovers A Youth final place.Im a Bob Lord season ticket shareholder and i am disgusted with what ive witnessed, people who go in the Bob Lord pushed out of there seats and who struggle to climb steps, having to climb up into the James Hargreaves stand, the crowd atmosphere ruined for Burnley supporters with no vocal centre because of supporters being placed anywhere, Mr Hoos !! PLEASE LEARN AND DO IT QUICKLY. 1500 Blackburn fans laughing at 10,000 home supporters im disgusted !!!""" How Deluded are these idiots? NICEONESUNSHINE
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1:28am Thu 29 Mar 12

Stone Island. says...

I see the usual suspects are very quiet. Probably still out smashing up their own town.
I see the usual suspects are very quiet. Probably still out smashing up their own town. Stone Island.
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7:13am Thu 29 Mar 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.
Its nice to know you are taking defeat as well as you always do!
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BRFC - just tooooooo Good!
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33rd Year And Still Counting!
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.[/p][/quote]Its nice to know you are taking defeat as well as you always do! . BRFC - just tooooooo Good! . 33rd Year And Still Counting! Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!
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7:21am Thu 29 Mar 12

goldfinger59 says...

I will be sending a consignment of chin straps to Turf Moor, they will be with you shortly, until then keep your chins up :)
I will be sending a consignment of chin straps to Turf Moor, they will be with you shortly, until then keep your chins up :) goldfinger59
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7:56am Thu 29 Mar 12

Ralph Coates' Comb Over says...

matt00 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote: Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.
Only needed that amount to out sing you from the 1st to the 90th minute. Maybe for the next game we should only bring just over 100 to give you a fighting chance. Why bother turning up and not actually cheering your own team on. Tonight it was like having 8000 manikins in Burnley shirts. In terms of vocal support rovers played two home games. Bring on your first team sure those kids would do a job
Vocal support? from my seat in the Bob Lord stand I experienced an annoying distant droning, which I mistook for tinnitus until Blackburn scored, at which time the noise intensified slightly and I realised it was actually the modest contingent of Blackburn fans who were responsible for the irritating murmur.
[quote][p][bold]matt00[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.[/p][/quote]Only needed that amount to out sing you from the 1st to the 90th minute. Maybe for the next game we should only bring just over 100 to give you a fighting chance. Why bother turning up and not actually cheering your own team on. Tonight it was like having 8000 manikins in Burnley shirts. In terms of vocal support rovers played two home games. Bring on your first team sure those kids would do a job[/p][/quote]Vocal support? from my seat in the Bob Lord stand I experienced an annoying distant droning, which I mistook for tinnitus until Blackburn scored, at which time the noise intensified slightly and I realised it was actually the modest contingent of Blackburn fans who were responsible for the irritating murmur. Ralph Coates' Comb Over
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7:57am Thu 29 Mar 12

hunter3062 says...

Blackburn beat Burnley 3-1 on aggregate in Semi-Final. so after all the hype the finger lickers won.
Blackburn beat Burnley 3-1 on aggregate in Semi-Final. so after all the hype the finger lickers won. hunter3062
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7:59am Thu 29 Mar 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
A pleasure to witness a good game.

Arte et labore
I never felt more like singing the Blues,
Rovers win, Burnley lose (again),
Oh Rovers,
You got me singing the Blues!
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33rd....
[quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: A pleasure to witness a good game. Arte et labore[/p][/quote]I never felt more like singing the Blues, Rovers win, Burnley lose (again), Oh Rovers, You got me singing the Blues! . 33rd.... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!
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8:17am Thu 29 Mar 12

walshy2866 says...

Outsung, Outplayed and Outclassed and Out of the Youth Cup!
Facts boys facts.
We gave you the penalty just so you could remind us you'd turned up cos we didn't hear a peep from you all night.
Where was your famous vocal support?
That poisonious little No.2 should have gone for his frustrated lunge at end&did anybody notice he had a striking resemblance to the Padiham wife beater? Same glazed look in his eyes&plate feet running style. The b4st4rd son of Payton possiblly from the famed Bonley way of "keeping it in the family".
And finally a message to the kn0b with the 80's back perm and the Trelleborg shirt, as we sat on the coach desperate to escape that dump. That little blip in our proud history was nearly 20years ago and we've won the Premier League and the League Cup since then. Maybe he's a fitting tribute to the success starved years Burnley have had, always looking back and not towards the future. Your away ends certainly a throw back to the 70's. How did that ever pass the "fit for purpose" test for the Prem League? Or did you get a special dispensation cos they knew you'd only be there 1 season?
Outsung, Outplayed and Outclassed and Out of the Youth Cup! Facts boys facts. We gave you the penalty just so you could remind us you'd turned up cos we didn't hear a peep from you all night. Where was your famous vocal support? That poisonious little No.2 should have gone for his frustrated lunge at end&did anybody notice he had a striking resemblance to the Padiham wife beater? Same glazed look in his eyes&plate feet running style. The b4st4rd son of Payton possiblly from the famed Bonley way of "keeping it in the family". And finally a message to the kn0b with the 80's back perm and the Trelleborg shirt, as we sat on the coach desperate to escape that dump. That little blip in our proud history was nearly 20years ago and we've won the Premier League and the League Cup since then. Maybe he's a fitting tribute to the success starved years Burnley have had, always looking back and not towards the future. Your away ends certainly a throw back to the 70's. How did that ever pass the "fit for purpose" test for the Prem League? Or did you get a special dispensation cos they knew you'd only be there 1 season? walshy2866
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8:32am Thu 29 Mar 12

Markr says...

We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad. Markr
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8:43am Thu 29 Mar 12

Cha'mone MF says...

Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
W@nker
[quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]W@nker Cha'mone MF
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8:56am Thu 29 Mar 12

ClaretSince94 says...

You Rovers fans keep back slapping and congratulating yourselves but whilst it is true that only one team left that pitch with a victory it’s also true that only one team left that pitch with it’s dignity intact. If it was “men against boys” and as comfortable as you are suggesting then I can’t see why your team cheated and pushed the limits to try and gain an unfair advantage at every turn – dirty fouls, pushing, climbing, two footed tackles, diving, feigning injury, time wasting from minute one and more shirt pulling than you can shake a stick at. Physically the Burnley lads were outdone; technically it was a very even match with ourselves probably just sneaking the edge. But sure, you guys keep blowing your own trumpet, for me the real story here is how an academy side with about 10 times the investment of the Burnley youth set up only managed to win by a goal over 90 minutes and had to use every bit of unsportsmanlike behaviour they could muster to even manage that.
You Rovers fans keep back slapping and congratulating yourselves but whilst it is true that only one team left that pitch with a victory it’s also true that only one team left that pitch with it’s dignity intact. If it was “men against boys” and as comfortable as you are suggesting then I can’t see why your team cheated and pushed the limits to try and gain an unfair advantage at every turn – dirty fouls, pushing, climbing, two footed tackles, diving, feigning injury, time wasting from minute one and more shirt pulling than you can shake a stick at. Physically the Burnley lads were outdone; technically it was a very even match with ourselves probably just sneaking the edge. But sure, you guys keep blowing your own trumpet, for me the real story here is how an academy side with about 10 times the investment of the Burnley youth set up only managed to win by a goal over 90 minutes and had to use every bit of unsportsmanlike behaviour they could muster to even manage that. ClaretSince94
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10:10am Thu 29 Mar 12

Redbike says...

Markr - you represent everything that is bad about football and are one of the main resons why Rovers fans take the p@ss out of Burnley so much. Your small-minded hatred goes way beyond banter - unfortunately Burnley has more than it's fair share of Markr's.

That said, the vast majority are still reasonable people - Cha'mone comes on here for the banter and well done for putting down one of your own idiots.

Back to the football - Claretsmadsince94, as per my earlier post, take a read of your own club's report on your official website and stop kidding yourself!
Markr - you represent everything that is bad about football and are one of the main resons why Rovers fans take the p@ss out of Burnley so much. Your small-minded hatred goes way beyond banter - unfortunately Burnley has more than it's fair share of Markr's. That said, the vast majority are still reasonable people - Cha'mone comes on here for the banter and well done for putting down one of your own idiots. Back to the football - Claretsmadsince94, as per my earlier post, take a read of your own club's report on your official website and stop kidding yourself! Redbike
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10:29am Thu 29 Mar 12

ClaretSince94 says...

Redbike wrote:
Markr - you represent everything that is bad about football and are one of the main resons why Rovers fans take the p@ss out of Burnley so much. Your small-minded hatred goes way beyond banter - unfortunately Burnley has more than it's fair share of Markr's. That said, the vast majority are still reasonable people - Cha'mone comes on here for the banter and well done for putting down one of your own idiots. Back to the football - Claretsmadsince94, as per my earlier post, take a read of your own club's report on your official website and stop kidding yourself!
I'm not kidding myself Redbike, I've read the report and it pretty much agrees that we were outmuscled, it's the official site so they can't go accusing your youngsters of cheating but it was obvious to everyone, including the impartial Liverpool fan I took on the match with me, that Rovers were trying to gain an unfair advantage at every turn. As I said the time wasting was pathetic and started in minute one, at every turn the Rovers players tried to gain an unfair advantage. Physically we couldn't compete, this I admit, technically we were at least on a par, in terms of sportmanship and attitude we were light years ahead (epitomised by your players in the stoppage before the penalty)

What is good for us is that over the next couple of years our players will start to fill out and develop the physical side to complement their technical skills - the opposite is much harder to achieve. As I said, for about 10 times the investment - is one goal over 90 minutes that much of a difference?
[quote][p][bold]Redbike[/bold] wrote: Markr - you represent everything that is bad about football and are one of the main resons why Rovers fans take the p@ss out of Burnley so much. Your small-minded hatred goes way beyond banter - unfortunately Burnley has more than it's fair share of Markr's. That said, the vast majority are still reasonable people - Cha'mone comes on here for the banter and well done for putting down one of your own idiots. Back to the football - Claretsmadsince94, as per my earlier post, take a read of your own club's report on your official website and stop kidding yourself![/p][/quote]I'm not kidding myself Redbike, I've read the report and it pretty much agrees that we were outmuscled, it's the official site so they can't go accusing your youngsters of cheating but it was obvious to everyone, including the impartial Liverpool fan I took on the match with me, that Rovers were trying to gain an unfair advantage at every turn. As I said the time wasting was pathetic and started in minute one, at every turn the Rovers players tried to gain an unfair advantage. Physically we couldn't compete, this I admit, technically we were at least on a par, in terms of sportmanship and attitude we were light years ahead (epitomised by your players in the stoppage before the penalty) What is good for us is that over the next couple of years our players will start to fill out and develop the physical side to complement their technical skills - the opposite is much harder to achieve. As I said, for about 10 times the investment - is one goal over 90 minutes that much of a difference? ClaretSince94
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10:35am Thu 29 Mar 12

ClaretSince94 says...

PS. Markr - stop being a tit, you harm the well reasoned arguements of others by living up to the Rovers tired old stereotype of a Burnley fan.
PS. Markr - stop being a tit, you harm the well reasoned arguements of others by living up to the Rovers tired old stereotype of a Burnley fan. ClaretSince94
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11:32am Thu 29 Mar 12

vintageclaret says...

Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
Aren't you just the silly, immature, no mark. It is people such as yourself that give football fans a bad name in a lot of peoples' eyes. Either i) Grow up ii) Stop associating yourself with BFC iii) Above all get some sort of discipline in your life. If this is your attitude towards what was a grand sporting occasion for aspiring talent then your parents should be ashamed either for you or at themselves, for rearing such a complete idiot.
[quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]Aren't you just the silly, immature, no mark. It is people such as yourself that give football fans a bad name in a lot of peoples' eyes. Either i) Grow up ii) Stop associating yourself with BFC iii) Above all get some sort of discipline in your life. If this is your attitude towards what was a grand sporting occasion for aspiring talent then your parents should be ashamed either for you or at themselves, for rearing such a complete idiot. vintageclaret
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11:48am Thu 29 Mar 12

did you smash it? says...

Good performance by both sets of kids last night, Blackburn showed their academy class by just having that bit more nous about them - a lot of people around me criticised their tactics, but that's football.

Long throws, long ball tactics, niggly tackles and feigning injury are unfortunately part and parcel of the modern game, and Blackburn played these much better than Burnley.
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For Burnley a Centre Of Excellence squad (With only 15 players) to even reach the semi-finals by beating Academy sides and then not to be over-awed by a derby game, they can be rightly proud of themselves.
Good performance by both sets of kids last night, Blackburn showed their academy class by just having that bit more nous about them - a lot of people around me criticised their tactics, but that's football. Long throws, long ball tactics, niggly tackles and feigning injury are unfortunately part and parcel of the modern game, and Blackburn played these much better than Burnley. . For Burnley a Centre Of Excellence squad (With only 15 players) to even reach the semi-finals by beating Academy sides and then not to be over-awed by a derby game, they can be rightly proud of themselves. did you smash it?
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12:16pm Thu 29 Mar 12

walshy2866 says...

Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
People like this just keep giving us the ammo we love about you lot.
Do you not have enough basic intelligence to see that? Your stadiums a throw back to the 70,s and your attitudes match it.
Please let me explain to this other clown who keeps mentioning our massive youth investment why this is. Its BECAUSE WE CAN. Its because a bloke with PROPER money INVESTED and this is the result.
The reason Burnley can,t is they,ve always been run by NEARLY MEN, who always WANT to invest, but don,t just carry it through because in relation to Jack Walker,they either don,t HAVE A POT TO P155 IN, or don,t have the COMMITMENT.
Get over yourselves Burnley, you,ll always play 2nd fiddle to Rovers in East Lancashire.
You carry on talking about your fighting and leave the football and WINNING to the boys from Ewood Park
[quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]People like this just keep giving us the ammo we love about you lot. Do you not have enough basic intelligence to see that? Your stadiums a throw back to the 70,s and your attitudes match it. Please let me explain to this other clown who keeps mentioning our massive youth investment why this is. Its BECAUSE WE CAN. Its because a bloke with PROPER money INVESTED and this is the result. The reason Burnley can,t is they,ve always been run by NEARLY MEN, who always WANT to invest, but don,t just carry it through because in relation to Jack Walker,they either don,t HAVE A POT TO P155 IN, or don,t have the COMMITMENT. Get over yourselves Burnley, you,ll always play 2nd fiddle to Rovers in East Lancashire. You carry on talking about your fighting and leave the football and WINNING to the boys from Ewood Park walshy2866
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12:16pm Thu 29 Mar 12

hasslem hasslem says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
Aren't you just the silly, immature, no mark. It is people such as yourself that give football fans a bad name in a lot of peoples' eyes. Either i) Grow up ii) Stop associating yourself with BFC iii) Above all get some sort of discipline in your life. If this is your attitude towards what was a grand sporting occasion for aspiring talent then your parents should be ashamed either for you or at themselves, for rearing such a complete idiot.
vintage - glad that you and a couple of others on here have told that no-markr that he and his type are not welcome. how pathetic that there those at a YOUTH CUP MATCH intent on being idiots....goes to show you can take the idiot out of burnley, but you can't take burnley out of the idiot.
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i live over pendle way and sat with my neighbours in the james hargreaves stand - no bother to anyone, not jumping up when rovers scored etc. i texted my brother when rovers went 2 up to tell him the score and some idiot behind me had read my text (god knows how, must have brilliant eyesight) and then stated having a go at me - pathetic in the extreme.
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and as for those who thought we were physical - why did your fellow supporters give that little aussie a standing ovation in the last couple of minutes for trying to end a rovers player's career with that mind-numbing tackle (i thought he had played very well apart from that vicious tackle and was deservedly MoM)
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]Aren't you just the silly, immature, no mark. It is people such as yourself that give football fans a bad name in a lot of peoples' eyes. Either i) Grow up ii) Stop associating yourself with BFC iii) Above all get some sort of discipline in your life. If this is your attitude towards what was a grand sporting occasion for aspiring talent then your parents should be ashamed either for you or at themselves, for rearing such a complete idiot.[/p][/quote]vintage - glad that you and a couple of others on here have told that no-markr that he and his type are not welcome. how pathetic that there those at a YOUTH CUP MATCH intent on being idiots....goes to show you can take the idiot out of burnley, but you can't take burnley out of the idiot. . i live over pendle way and sat with my neighbours in the james hargreaves stand - no bother to anyone, not jumping up when rovers scored etc. i texted my brother when rovers went 2 up to tell him the score and some idiot behind me had read my text (god knows how, must have brilliant eyesight) and then stated having a go at me - pathetic in the extreme. . and as for those who thought we were physical - why did your fellow supporters give that little aussie a standing ovation in the last couple of minutes for trying to end a rovers player's career with that mind-numbing tackle (i thought he had played very well apart from that vicious tackle and was deservedly MoM) hasslem hasslem
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12:48pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Ralph Coates' Comb Over says...

walshy2866 wrote:
Markr wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
People like this just keep giving us the ammo we love about you lot. Do you not have enough basic intelligence to see that? Your stadiums a throw back to the 70,s and your attitudes match it. Please let me explain to this other clown who keeps mentioning our massive youth investment why this is. Its BECAUSE WE CAN. Its because a bloke with PROPER money INVESTED and this is the result. The reason Burnley can,t is they,ve always been run by NEARLY MEN, who always WANT to invest, but don,t just carry it through because in relation to Jack Walker,they either don,t HAVE A POT TO P155 IN, or don,t have the COMMITMENT. Get over yourselves Burnley, you,ll always play 2nd fiddle to Rovers in East Lancashire. You carry on talking about your fighting and leave the football and WINNING to the boys from Ewood Park
Yes it would be nice to have a new stadium, invest heavily in our acadamy and buy expensive high quality players. If only we had wealthy foreign owners like Rovers. How's that working out for you guys?
Incidentally Walshy2866, perhaps you would like to apply your "basic intelligence" to learn the difference between a comma and an apostrophe.
[quote][p][bold]walshy2866[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]People like this just keep giving us the ammo we love about you lot. Do you not have enough basic intelligence to see that? Your stadiums a throw back to the 70,s and your attitudes match it. Please let me explain to this other clown who keeps mentioning our massive youth investment why this is. Its BECAUSE WE CAN. Its because a bloke with PROPER money INVESTED and this is the result. The reason Burnley can,t is they,ve always been run by NEARLY MEN, who always WANT to invest, but don,t just carry it through because in relation to Jack Walker,they either don,t HAVE A POT TO P155 IN, or don,t have the COMMITMENT. Get over yourselves Burnley, you,ll always play 2nd fiddle to Rovers in East Lancashire. You carry on talking about your fighting and leave the football and WINNING to the boys from Ewood Park[/p][/quote]Yes it would be nice to have a new stadium, invest heavily in our acadamy and buy expensive high quality players. If only we had wealthy foreign owners like Rovers. How's that working out for you guys? Incidentally Walshy2866, perhaps you would like to apply your "basic intelligence" to learn the difference between a comma and an apostrophe. Ralph Coates' Comb Over
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12:58pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land...
...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed.

As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years.

Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88.

Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B

All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING.

Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole.

You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN.

The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams.

However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on.

But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following.

For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking.

In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube.

For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End.

300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83.

Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute.

Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked.

Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath.

Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said).

I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date.

B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend.

B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class.

Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983.

Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12.

Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european-
football-statistics.
co.uk/attnclub/blar.
htm

B*rnley FC
http://www.european-
football-statistics.
co.uk/attnclub/burn.
htm

B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
[quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck. Melanie :-)
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1:01pm Thu 29 Mar 12

vintageclaret says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Markr wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
Aren't you just the silly, immature, no mark. It is people such as yourself that give football fans a bad name in a lot of peoples' eyes. Either i) Grow up ii) Stop associating yourself with BFC iii) Above all get some sort of discipline in your life. If this is your attitude towards what was a grand sporting occasion for aspiring talent then your parents should be ashamed either for you or at themselves, for rearing such a complete idiot.
vintage - glad that you and a couple of others on here have told that no-markr that he and his type are not welcome. how pathetic that there those at a YOUTH CUP MATCH intent on being idiots....goes to show you can take the idiot out of burnley, but you can't take burnley out of the idiot. . i live over pendle way and sat with my neighbours in the james hargreaves stand - no bother to anyone, not jumping up when rovers scored etc. i texted my brother when rovers went 2 up to tell him the score and some idiot behind me had read my text (god knows how, must have brilliant eyesight) and then stated having a go at me - pathetic in the extreme. . and as for those who thought we were physical - why did your fellow supporters give that little aussie a standing ovation in the last couple of minutes for trying to end a rovers player's career with that mind-numbing tackle (i thought he had played very well apart from that vicious tackle and was deservedly MoM)
Hi Hasslem I have to agree it was a clunking tackle and not necessary. I think you lad showed his frustration at losing and I think (I'll stand corrected) he apologised. Sorry to hear about you experience in the JH Stand. Me and my wife have our season tickets for the upper tier and we often comment that we don't hear the bad language and see any foolish behaviour except the usual haranguing of the ref or booings for cheating. Unfortunately, nearly all teams have idiot supporters such as this no mark. Sadly there is a large % of them in the general population, which a bad sign of the times and todays generation. Fortunately we have others that have common decency and manners but they appear to be the minority unless it is the yobs who shout loudest that appears to make them the majority.

When all's said and done I wish your team success against whichever of the 2 'big boys' you meet because I much prefer one of us 'minnows' to win against the 'big fish'
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]Aren't you just the silly, immature, no mark. It is people such as yourself that give football fans a bad name in a lot of peoples' eyes. Either i) Grow up ii) Stop associating yourself with BFC iii) Above all get some sort of discipline in your life. If this is your attitude towards what was a grand sporting occasion for aspiring talent then your parents should be ashamed either for you or at themselves, for rearing such a complete idiot.[/p][/quote]vintage - glad that you and a couple of others on here have told that no-markr that he and his type are not welcome. how pathetic that there those at a YOUTH CUP MATCH intent on being idiots....goes to show you can take the idiot out of burnley, but you can't take burnley out of the idiot. . i live over pendle way and sat with my neighbours in the james hargreaves stand - no bother to anyone, not jumping up when rovers scored etc. i texted my brother when rovers went 2 up to tell him the score and some idiot behind me had read my text (god knows how, must have brilliant eyesight) and then stated having a go at me - pathetic in the extreme. . and as for those who thought we were physical - why did your fellow supporters give that little aussie a standing ovation in the last couple of minutes for trying to end a rovers player's career with that mind-numbing tackle (i thought he had played very well apart from that vicious tackle and was deservedly MoM)[/p][/quote]Hi Hasslem I have to agree it was a clunking tackle and not necessary. I think you lad showed his frustration at losing and I think (I'll stand corrected) he apologised. Sorry to hear about you experience in the JH Stand. Me and my wife have our season tickets for the upper tier and we often comment that we don't hear the bad language and see any foolish behaviour except the usual haranguing of the ref or booings for cheating. Unfortunately, nearly all teams have idiot supporters such as this no mark. Sadly there is a large % of them in the general population, which a bad sign of the times and todays generation. Fortunately we have others that have common decency and manners but they appear to be the minority unless it is the yobs who shout loudest that appears to make them the majority. When all's said and done I wish your team success against whichever of the 2 'big boys' you meet because I much prefer one of us 'minnows' to win against the 'big fish' vintageclaret
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1:23pm Thu 29 Mar 12

vintageclaret says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Markr wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
I see your user name is Melanie. Bearing this in mind does this imply you are a member of what is supposed to be "The Fairer Sex"?

I ask because of your implied language which is appalling and totally unnecessary. I presume from the way you have had the need to insert this implied bad language, that your every day spoken work is a continuous utterly vile diatribe.

I hope for the sake of future football fans you have not been blessed with offspring, because heaven forbid if you have and you are their role model. Now crawl back to whichever hole you have sprung from and let genuine supporters of the game have their say with decent banter.
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.[/p][/quote]I see your user name is Melanie. Bearing this in mind does this imply you are a member of what is supposed to be "The Fairer Sex"? I ask because of your implied language which is appalling and totally unnecessary. I presume from the way you have had the need to insert this implied bad language, that your every day spoken work is a continuous utterly vile diatribe. I hope for the sake of future football fans you have not been blessed with offspring, because heaven forbid if you have and you are their role model. Now crawl back to whichever hole you have sprung from and let genuine supporters of the game have their say with decent banter. vintageclaret
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1:29pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Markr wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
I see your user name is Melanie. Bearing this in mind does this imply you are a member of what is supposed to be "The Fairer Sex"?

I ask because of your implied language which is appalling and totally unnecessary. I presume from the way you have had the need to insert this implied bad language, that your every day spoken work is a continuous utterly vile diatribe.

I hope for the sake of future football fans you have not been blessed with offspring, because heaven forbid if you have and you are their role model. Now crawl back to whichever hole you have sprung from and let genuine supporters of the game have their say with decent banter.
F*ckin 'ell... a posh Dingle!!
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.[/p][/quote]I see your user name is Melanie. Bearing this in mind does this imply you are a member of what is supposed to be "The Fairer Sex"? I ask because of your implied language which is appalling and totally unnecessary. I presume from the way you have had the need to insert this implied bad language, that your every day spoken work is a continuous utterly vile diatribe. I hope for the sake of future football fans you have not been blessed with offspring, because heaven forbid if you have and you are their role model. Now crawl back to whichever hole you have sprung from and let genuine supporters of the game have their say with decent banter.[/p][/quote]F*ckin 'ell... a posh Dingle!! Melanie :-)
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2:34pm Thu 29 Mar 12

philmoulden says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land...
...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed.

As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years.

Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88.

Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B

All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING.

Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole.

You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN.

The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams.

However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on.

But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following.

For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking.

In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube.

For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End.

300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83.

Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute.

Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked.

Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath.

Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said).

I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date.

B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend.

B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class.

Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983.

Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12.

Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european-

football-statistics.

co.uk/attnclub/blar.

htm

B*rnley FC
http://www.european-

football-statistics.

co.uk/attnclub/burn.

htm

B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
oh the memories
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.[/p][/quote]oh the memories philmoulden
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2:37pm Thu 29 Mar 12

ClaretSince94 says...

Wow Melanie, that was either a subversive, long winded, purposely ironic insult aimed at Markr from a person with way too much time on their hands, or you have just shown yourself up to be a slightly higher IQ version of Markr with way too much time on their hands.

And Walshy2866 – (assuming the “clown” you refer to is me) congratulations on missing the point I was making by such a huge margin that you actually nearly hit it from the other side. I was making a point that for all the Rover’s fans mocking this was a closely contested game and despite all the investment the return that was seen was a 1 goal winning margin over 90 minutes – I was saying you wouldn’t be able to tell there was such a gulf in investment. Oh and finally, let’s see how long that investment lasts if you get relegated – wasn’t there something about the training ground being mortgaged against Premiership TV revenue? Maybe you could afford the investment in the past, whether you can in the future is an entirely different matter.

On the Aryn Williams tackle, granted I didn’t have a great view but it seemed to me he went for the ball and did make contact, it was a hard tackle no doubt but it could only be said to be career threatening because, judging from his antics last night, that number 7’s career could be threatened by a slight breeze. However, the two footed flying tackle on Stevie Hewitt in the 2nd half down in the corner between the JH and JM stands was vicious, dangerous and by the letter of the law a red card – and special mention to Stevie for just getting up and getting on with it as opposed to going for an Oscar unlike some.
Wow Melanie, that was either a subversive, long winded, purposely ironic insult aimed at Markr from a person with way too much time on their hands, or you have just shown yourself up to be a slightly higher IQ version of Markr with way too much time on their hands. And Walshy2866 – (assuming the “clown” you refer to is me) congratulations on missing the point I was making by such a huge margin that you actually nearly hit it from the other side. I was making a point that for all the Rover’s fans mocking this was a closely contested game and despite all the investment the return that was seen was a 1 goal winning margin over 90 minutes – I was saying you wouldn’t be able to tell there was such a gulf in investment. Oh and finally, let’s see how long that investment lasts if you get relegated – wasn’t there something about the training ground being mortgaged against Premiership TV revenue? Maybe you could afford the investment in the past, whether you can in the future is an entirely different matter. On the Aryn Williams tackle, granted I didn’t have a great view but it seemed to me he went for the ball and did make contact, it was a hard tackle no doubt but it could only be said to be career threatening because, judging from his antics last night, that number 7’s career could be threatened by a slight breeze. However, the two footed flying tackle on Stevie Hewitt in the 2nd half down in the corner between the JH and JM stands was vicious, dangerous and by the letter of the law a red card – and special mention to Stevie for just getting up and getting on with it as opposed to going for an Oscar unlike some. ClaretSince94
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2:38pm Thu 29 Mar 12

philmoulden says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Markr wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
I see your user name is Melanie. Bearing this in mind does this imply you are a member of what is supposed to be "The Fairer Sex"?

I ask because of your implied language which is appalling and totally unnecessary. I presume from the way you have had the need to insert this implied bad language, that your every day spoken work is a continuous utterly vile diatribe.

I hope for the sake of future football fans you have not been blessed with offspring, because heaven forbid if you have and you are their role model. Now crawl back to whichever hole you have sprung from and let genuine supporters of the game have their say with decent banter.
for people like you its called passion ,truth and honour
something we have come accustomed to over the years ,the holes your talking about are the ones you used to use as soon as you knew the youth was on its way .
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.[/p][/quote]I see your user name is Melanie. Bearing this in mind does this imply you are a member of what is supposed to be "The Fairer Sex"? I ask because of your implied language which is appalling and totally unnecessary. I presume from the way you have had the need to insert this implied bad language, that your every day spoken work is a continuous utterly vile diatribe. I hope for the sake of future football fans you have not been blessed with offspring, because heaven forbid if you have and you are their role model. Now crawl back to whichever hole you have sprung from and let genuine supporters of the game have their say with decent banter.[/p][/quote]for people like you its called passion ,truth and honour something we have come accustomed to over the years ,the holes your talking about are the ones you used to use as soon as you knew the youth was on its way . philmoulden
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2:54pm Thu 29 Mar 12

ClaretSince94 says...

Big man phil... big man...

Can't you just keep discussion to football rather than trying to talk yourself off?
Big man phil... big man... Can't you just keep discussion to football rather than trying to talk yourself off? ClaretSince94
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2:54pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Cha'mone MF says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land...
...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed.

As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years.

Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88.

Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B

All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING.

Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole.

You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN.

The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams.

However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on.

But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following.

For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking.

In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube.

For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End.

300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83.

Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute.

Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked.

Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath.

Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said).

I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date.

B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend.

B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class.

Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983.

Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12.

Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european-

football-statistics.

co.uk/attnclub/blar.

htm

B*rnley FC
http://www.european-

football-statistics.

co.uk/attnclub/burn.

htm

B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
Do you kiss your mother with that disgusting mouth of yours?
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.[/p][/quote]Do you kiss your mother with that disgusting mouth of yours? Cha'mone MF
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3:02pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Rover since 1947 says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Markr wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
What a pair of idiots!

I well remember going to the 1960 cup match at Turf Moor and standing on the Beehole end, with other Rovers and Burnley fans and watching Rovers pull back a three goal deficit in the last 17 minutes.

If ever there was an excuse for trouble that was it, but there wasn't a hint, either on the ground or on the train home where both sets of fans mixed freely with nothing more than friendly banter. Unfortunately its just a forlorn hope for a return to those happier football watching days
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.[/p][/quote]What a pair of idiots! I well remember going to the 1960 cup match at Turf Moor and standing on the Beehole end, with other Rovers and Burnley fans and watching Rovers pull back a three goal deficit in the last 17 minutes. If ever there was an excuse for trouble that was it, but there wasn't a hint, either on the ground or on the train home where both sets of fans mixed freely with nothing more than friendly banter. Unfortunately its just a forlorn hope for a return to those happier football watching days Rover since 1947
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3:36pm Thu 29 Mar 12

vintageclaret says...

"Rover since 1947 says...
3:02pm Thu 29 Mar 12"

I well remember the night myself and was in the Beehole End as well. I seem to recollect it was a mistake by Elder that let them in for your first goal.

To the two posters named "Melanie" and
"philmoulden"

I would say the following; "The post from Rover since 1947 is a true example of a supporter and of passion for his team" To the so called 'Lady?' "To add to your further foul mouthed comment may I invite you to our Easter Service next week and can I extend this invitation to your parents and if they are happy attend we will be quite happy to arrange a marriage Ceremony for them" In case you do not have the wit to understand this I will clarify it for you "You have just been insulted and categorised without resorting bad language being used. There again you will not be able to understand it. Now go away silly person, your next fix (or trick) is probably ready and waiting for you (what's the price? Ted Maul might want to know)
"Rover since 1947 says... 3:02pm Thu 29 Mar 12" I well remember the night myself and was in the Beehole End as well. I seem to recollect it was a mistake by Elder that let them in for your first goal. To the two posters named "Melanie" and "philmoulden" I would say the following; "The post from Rover since 1947 is a true example of a supporter and of passion for his team" To the so called 'Lady?' "To add to your further foul mouthed comment may I invite you to our Easter Service next week and can I extend this invitation to your parents and if they are happy attend we will be quite happy to arrange a marriage Ceremony for them" In case you do not have the wit to understand this I will clarify it for you "You have just been insulted and categorised without resorting bad language being used. There again you will not be able to understand it. Now go away silly person, your next fix (or trick) is probably ready and waiting for you (what's the price? Ted Maul might want to know) vintageclaret
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3:49pm Thu 29 Mar 12

did you smash it? says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land...
...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed.

As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years.

Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88.

Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B

All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING.

Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole.

You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN.

The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams.

However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on.

But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following.

For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking.

In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube.

For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End.

300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83.

Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute.

Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked.

Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath.

Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said).

I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date.

B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend.

B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class.

Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983.

Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12.

Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european-

football-statistics.

co.uk/attnclub/blar.

htm

B*rnley FC
http://www.european-

football-statistics.

co.uk/attnclub/burn.

htm

B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
What a dreamer.

Blah blah blah Rovers brought circa 15000 fans to Turf Moor and ran Burnley everywhere - except you didn't did you? You brought nothing like that amount and although there was trouble it was Burnley who had the upper hand - it seems like time and class A's have blurred your memory somewhat.
.
Blackburn don't have a crew and the Blackburn Youth you mention - please you are nothing but a laughing stock.
.
Now run along you waster
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.[/p][/quote]What a dreamer. Blah blah blah Rovers brought circa 15000 fans to Turf Moor and ran Burnley everywhere - except you didn't did you? You brought nothing like that amount and although there was trouble it was Burnley who had the upper hand - it seems like time and class A's have blurred your memory somewhat. . Blackburn don't have a crew and the Blackburn Youth you mention - please you are nothing but a laughing stock. . Now run along you waster did you smash it?
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3:58pm Thu 29 Mar 12

LittleRonnieHildersley says...

did you smash it? wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land...
...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed.

As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years.

Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88.

Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B

All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING.

Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole.

You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN.

The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams.

However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on.

But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following.

For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking.

In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube.

For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End.

300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83.

Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute.

Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked.

Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath.

Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said).

I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date.

B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend.

B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class.

Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983.

Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12.

Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european-


football-statistics.


co.uk/attnclub/blar.


htm

B*rnley FC
http://www.european-


football-statistics.


co.uk/attnclub/burn.


htm

B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
What a dreamer.

Blah blah blah Rovers brought circa 15000 fans to Turf Moor and ran Burnley everywhere - except you didn't did you? You brought nothing like that amount and although there was trouble it was Burnley who had the upper hand - it seems like time and class A's have blurred your memory somewhat.
.
Blackburn don't have a crew and the Blackburn Youth you mention - please you are nothing but a laughing stock.
.
Now run along you waster
You're both morons and represent the worst from both clubs.

Credit to both sets of lads, Academy football in East Lancs is clearly of a high calbire.
[quote][p][bold]did you smash it?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.[/p][/quote]What a dreamer. Blah blah blah Rovers brought circa 15000 fans to Turf Moor and ran Burnley everywhere - except you didn't did you? You brought nothing like that amount and although there was trouble it was Burnley who had the upper hand - it seems like time and class A's have blurred your memory somewhat. . Blackburn don't have a crew and the Blackburn Youth you mention - please you are nothing but a laughing stock. . Now run along you waster[/p][/quote]You're both morons and represent the worst from both clubs. Credit to both sets of lads, Academy football in East Lancs is clearly of a high calbire. LittleRonnieHildersley
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3:59pm Thu 29 Mar 12

walshy2866 says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
Wow Melanie, that was either a subversive, long winded, purposely ironic insult aimed at Markr from a person with way too much time on their hands, or you have just shown yourself up to be a slightly higher IQ version of Markr with way too much time on their hands.

And Walshy2866 – (assuming the “clown” you refer to is me) congratulations on missing the point I was making by such a huge margin that you actually nearly hit it from the other side. I was making a point that for all the Rover’s fans mocking this was a closely contested game and despite all the investment the return that was seen was a 1 goal winning margin over 90 minutes – I was saying you wouldn’t be able to tell there was such a gulf in investment. Oh and finally, let’s see how long that investment lasts if you get relegated – wasn’t there something about the training ground being mortgaged against Premiership TV revenue? Maybe you could afford the investment in the past, whether you can in the future is an entirely different matter.

On the Aryn Williams tackle, granted I didn’t have a great view but it seemed to me he went for the ball and did make contact, it was a hard tackle no doubt but it could only be said to be career threatening because, judging from his antics last night, that number 7’s career could be threatened by a slight breeze. However, the two footed flying tackle on Stevie Hewitt in the 2nd half down in the corner between the JH and JM stands was vicious, dangerous and by the letter of the law a red card – and special mention to Stevie for just getting up and getting on with it as opposed to going for an Oscar unlike some.
Melanie and Markr should put their heads together and make a shed!
Both of them deserve each other.
I simply pointed out why our academy can cost 10 times yours and I didn't see you argue back as the facts speak for themselves. The difference in the two clubs in the last 20+ years was Jack Walkers money along with good prudent management and a vision for the future. If you're honest with yourself though, over 2 legs we were more than 2 goals better and the agg. score flatters you
We looked closer to a squad of 1st teamers and if we used some of the gamesmanship associated with seasoned pro's then that backs up my point as they'll need that rightly or wrongly in todays game. Your no. 2 certainly had all the attributes of a pro with that late lunge but to be honest I don't buy into the "career threatening" bit some have called it. Maybe he'd watched a video of the Dec 2000 game and told that Kevin Balls challenge on Dunny was what was expected in a derby! I thought he had a look of that legendary Blackburn hating Padiham P1sstank so maybe good old Andy P has took a bit of time away from wife beating and taught him what The Cotton Town derby means to the locals from both endsof the M65. Long may it continue to me and lets look forward to some more blood and thunder battles berween bitter rivals.
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Wow Melanie, that was either a subversive, long winded, purposely ironic insult aimed at Markr from a person with way too much time on their hands, or you have just shown yourself up to be a slightly higher IQ version of Markr with way too much time on their hands. And Walshy2866 – (assuming the “clown” you refer to is me) congratulations on missing the point I was making by such a huge margin that you actually nearly hit it from the other side. I was making a point that for all the Rover’s fans mocking this was a closely contested game and despite all the investment the return that was seen was a 1 goal winning margin over 90 minutes – I was saying you wouldn’t be able to tell there was such a gulf in investment. Oh and finally, let’s see how long that investment lasts if you get relegated – wasn’t there something about the training ground being mortgaged against Premiership TV revenue? Maybe you could afford the investment in the past, whether you can in the future is an entirely different matter. On the Aryn Williams tackle, granted I didn’t have a great view but it seemed to me he went for the ball and did make contact, it was a hard tackle no doubt but it could only be said to be career threatening because, judging from his antics last night, that number 7’s career could be threatened by a slight breeze. However, the two footed flying tackle on Stevie Hewitt in the 2nd half down in the corner between the JH and JM stands was vicious, dangerous and by the letter of the law a red card – and special mention to Stevie for just getting up and getting on with it as opposed to going for an Oscar unlike some.[/p][/quote]Melanie and Markr should put their heads together and make a shed! Both of them deserve each other. I simply pointed out why our academy can cost 10 times yours and I didn't see you argue back as the facts speak for themselves. The difference in the two clubs in the last 20+ years was Jack Walkers money along with good prudent management and a vision for the future. If you're honest with yourself though, over 2 legs we were more than 2 goals better and the agg. score flatters you We looked closer to a squad of 1st teamers and if we used some of the gamesmanship associated with seasoned pro's then that backs up my point as they'll need that rightly or wrongly in todays game. Your no. 2 certainly had all the attributes of a pro with that late lunge but to be honest I don't buy into the "career threatening" bit some have called it. Maybe he'd watched a video of the Dec 2000 game and told that Kevin Balls challenge on Dunny was what was expected in a derby! I thought he had a look of that legendary Blackburn hating Padiham P1sstank so maybe good old Andy P has took a bit of time away from wife beating and taught him what The Cotton Town derby means to the locals from both endsof the M65. Long may it continue to me and lets look forward to some more blood and thunder battles berween bitter rivals. walshy2866
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4:25pm Thu 29 Mar 12

ClaretSince94 says...

walshy2866 - I didn't argue back because the issue wasn't relevant to the point I was making.

But whilst I admit the difference between the clubs over the past 20+ years was the investment I would argue we've been just as prudently managed.

We've already started to see what happens now that your club has thrown both investment and prudent management out of the window...

I'd prefer our young lads to be taught to play without the mentality that you have to resort to gamesmanship to win games, if you learn to win without it then you're set.
walshy2866 - I didn't argue back because the issue wasn't relevant to the point I was making. But whilst I admit the difference between the clubs over the past 20+ years was the investment I would argue we've been just as prudently managed. We've already started to see what happens now that your club has thrown both investment and prudent management out of the window... I'd prefer our young lads to be taught to play without the mentality that you have to resort to gamesmanship to win games, if you learn to win without it then you're set. ClaretSince94
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4:51pm Thu 29 Mar 12

philmoulden says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
Big man phil... big man...

Can't you just keep discussion to football rather than trying to talk yourself off?
you see loads of cr@p written on here ,not very hard to retaliate or respond to it ,tho i would love to keep it just to footballing matters ,,i cant help rising to it ,,anyway ,it brought back many memories over the years ,fond memories
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Big man phil... big man... Can't you just keep discussion to football rather than trying to talk yourself off?[/p][/quote]you see loads of cr@p written on here ,not very hard to retaliate or respond to it ,tho i would love to keep it just to footballing matters ,,i cant help rising to it ,,anyway ,it brought back many memories over the years ,fond memories philmoulden
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5:05pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

did you smash it? wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land...
...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed.

As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years.

Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88.

Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B

All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING.

Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole.

You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN.

The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams.

However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on.

But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following.

For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking.

In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube.

For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End.

300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83.

Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute.

Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked.

Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath.

Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said).

I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date.

B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend.

B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class.

Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983.

Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12.

Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european-


football-statistics.


co.uk/attnclub/blar.


htm

B*rnley FC
http://www.european-


football-statistics.


co.uk/attnclub/burn.


htm

B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
What a dreamer.

Blah blah blah Rovers brought circa 15000 fans to Turf Moor and ran Burnley everywhere - except you didn't did you? You brought nothing like that amount and although there was trouble it was Burnley who had the upper hand - it seems like time and class A's have blurred your memory somewhat.
.
Blackburn don't have a crew and the Blackburn Youth you mention - please you are nothing but a laughing stock.
.
Now run along you waster
Awwww diddums! I can just imagine your bottom lip quivering when you wrote that.

B*rnley have **** support my inbreeding mutant friend.

You lack class as fans and as a club.

Standing to applaud that disgraceful tackle last night. Really sickens me when fans do that.

Parading Kevin Ball along the touchline before Rovers sent you down at Turd Moor in 2010 - that was the club this time - why? Because of his disgusting two footed cowardly lunge on Dunn in 2000.

B*rnley should have had three sent off in that game and at least 2 (the stamp on Chimbonda's head and your joke GK's professional foul) at Ewood Park in 2009.

No class. The rivalry between Blackburn and B*rnley used to be lively but good natured with some cracking banter up until Rovers knocked you out the FA Cup thus preventing a B*rnley League and Cup Double in 1960.

In the 1959-60 season, when B*rnley won the League Championship, Rovers played B*rnley at Turd Moor in the 6th Round of the FA Cup. 0-0 at Half Time. B*rnley scored 3 goals in a 15 minute period early in the 2nd half. Rovers were awarded a penalty and Blackburn boy Douglas put the penalty away. Three min's later, Peter Dobbing scored a 25 yarder. With 4 min's remaining, MacGrath scored for Rovers sending their huge away following ballistic.

The replay at Ewood Park was played infront of another full house, Rovers totally outplayed B*rnley to win 2-0 and went all the way to Wembley.

That's when it turned nasty. That's when B*rnley fans poisoned the rivalry.

B*rnley are nowhere near Rovers on or off the pitch and what's more - you never have been. There are many enduring myths in football, one is that B*rnley have good support and the other is that Rovers have poor support - but that is all it is a myth - an inversion of the truth - but why let the facts get in the way of the B*rnley myth making machine.

What you lot don't like, is that the rivalry simply does not mean as much to Rovers as it does to B*rnley. Don't get me wrong, you are despised and hated, but you are the small club, with few supporters, fewer trophies and a smaller 1970's ground - you are the footballing equivalent of the ''little man'' syndrome.

To all the rest of you bitter B*rnley b@stards coming on a Rovers message forum and telling us to go away and that we have too much time on our hands... particularly when your own forums are usually deserted.... have you any idea how ridiculous you sound? Ohhhhh the irony.

B*rnley are graceless winner and bad losers.

B*rnley - the poor man's Millwall.
[quote][p][bold]did you smash it?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.[/p][/quote]What a dreamer. Blah blah blah Rovers brought circa 15000 fans to Turf Moor and ran Burnley everywhere - except you didn't did you? You brought nothing like that amount and although there was trouble it was Burnley who had the upper hand - it seems like time and class A's have blurred your memory somewhat. . Blackburn don't have a crew and the Blackburn Youth you mention - please you are nothing but a laughing stock. . Now run along you waster[/p][/quote]Awwww diddums! I can just imagine your bottom lip quivering when you wrote that. B*rnley have **** support my inbreeding mutant friend. You lack class as fans and as a club. Standing to applaud that disgraceful tackle last night. Really sickens me when fans do that. Parading Kevin Ball along the touchline before Rovers sent you down at Turd Moor in 2010 - that was the club this time - why? Because of his disgusting two footed cowardly lunge on Dunn in 2000. B*rnley should have had three sent off in that game and at least 2 (the stamp on Chimbonda's head and your joke GK's professional foul) at Ewood Park in 2009. No class. The rivalry between Blackburn and B*rnley used to be lively but good natured with some cracking banter up until Rovers knocked you out the FA Cup thus preventing a B*rnley League and Cup Double in 1960. In the 1959-60 season, when B*rnley won the League Championship, Rovers played B*rnley at Turd Moor in the 6th Round of the FA Cup. 0-0 at Half Time. B*rnley scored 3 goals in a 15 minute period early in the 2nd half. Rovers were awarded a penalty and Blackburn boy Douglas put the penalty away. Three min's later, Peter Dobbing scored a 25 yarder. With 4 min's remaining, MacGrath scored for Rovers sending their huge away following ballistic. The replay at Ewood Park was played infront of another full house, Rovers totally outplayed B*rnley to win 2-0 and went all the way to Wembley. That's when it turned nasty. That's when B*rnley fans poisoned the rivalry. B*rnley are nowhere near Rovers on or off the pitch and what's more - you never have been. There are many enduring myths in football, one is that B*rnley have good support and the other is that Rovers have poor support - but that is all it is a myth - an inversion of the truth - but why let the facts get in the way of the B*rnley myth making machine. What you lot don't like, is that the rivalry simply does not mean as much to Rovers as it does to B*rnley. Don't get me wrong, you are despised and hated, but you are the small club, with few supporters, fewer trophies and a smaller 1970's ground - you are the footballing equivalent of the ''little man'' syndrome. To all the rest of you bitter B*rnley b@stards coming on a Rovers message forum and telling us to go away and that we have too much time on our hands... particularly when your own forums are usually deserted.... have you any idea how ridiculous you sound? Ohhhhh the irony. B*rnley are graceless winner and bad losers. B*rnley - the poor man's Millwall. Melanie :-)
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5:24pm Thu 29 Mar 12

philmoulden says...

vintageclaret wrote:
"Rover since 1947 says...
3:02pm Thu 29 Mar 12"

I well remember the night myself and was in the Beehole End as well. I seem to recollect it was a mistake by Elder that let them in for your first goal.

To the two posters named "Melanie" and
"philmoulden"

I would say the following; "The post from Rover since 1947 is a true example of a supporter and of passion for his team" To the so called 'Lady?' "To add to your further foul mouthed comment may I invite you to our Easter Service next week and can I extend this invitation to your parents and if they are happy attend we will be quite happy to arrange a marriage Ceremony for them" In case you do not have the wit to understand this I will clarify it for you "You have just been insulted and categorised without resorting bad language being used. There again you will not be able to understand it. Now go away silly person, your next fix (or trick) is probably ready and waiting for you (what's the price? Ted Maul might want to know)
would you be commenting on your own nontitley scumbag comments at all?
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: "Rover since 1947 says... 3:02pm Thu 29 Mar 12" I well remember the night myself and was in the Beehole End as well. I seem to recollect it was a mistake by Elder that let them in for your first goal. To the two posters named "Melanie" and "philmoulden" I would say the following; "The post from Rover since 1947 is a true example of a supporter and of passion for his team" To the so called 'Lady?' "To add to your further foul mouthed comment may I invite you to our Easter Service next week and can I extend this invitation to your parents and if they are happy attend we will be quite happy to arrange a marriage Ceremony for them" In case you do not have the wit to understand this I will clarify it for you "You have just been insulted and categorised without resorting bad language being used. There again you will not be able to understand it. Now go away silly person, your next fix (or trick) is probably ready and waiting for you (what's the price? Ted Maul might want to know)[/p][/quote]would you be commenting on your own nontitley scumbag comments at all? philmoulden
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5:41pm Thu 29 Mar 12

born n bred blue says...

great banter i just love it. many a match away fans knocked out by bburn coppers sprawled out on grass behind goals in darwen end.i would much prefare to play local derbys every game but alas it's all about the coin, and our most local teams are simply just not good enough
great banter i just love it. many a match away fans knocked out by bburn coppers sprawled out on grass behind goals in darwen end.i would much prefare to play local derbys every game but alas it's all about the coin, and our most local teams are simply just not good enough born n bred blue
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5:59pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Cuttingsky says...

Ralph Coates' Comb Over wrote:
matt00 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote: Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.
Only needed that amount to out sing you from the 1st to the 90th minute. Maybe for the next game we should only bring just over 100 to give you a fighting chance. Why bother turning up and not actually cheering your own team on. Tonight it was like having 8000 manikins in Burnley shirts. In terms of vocal support rovers played two home games. Bring on your first team sure those kids would do a job
Vocal support? from my seat in the Bob Lord stand I experienced an annoying distant droning, which I mistook for tinnitus until Blackburn scored, at which time the noise intensified slightly and I realised it was actually the modest contingent of Blackburn fans who were responsible for the irritating murmur.
I don't generally make direct comments but I have got to make an exception in your case following your post. in my opinion you're a grade one deluded pr*t!
[quote][p][bold]Ralph Coates' Comb Over[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]matt00[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.[/p][/quote]Only needed that amount to out sing you from the 1st to the 90th minute. Maybe for the next game we should only bring just over 100 to give you a fighting chance. Why bother turning up and not actually cheering your own team on. Tonight it was like having 8000 manikins in Burnley shirts. In terms of vocal support rovers played two home games. Bring on your first team sure those kids would do a job[/p][/quote]Vocal support? from my seat in the Bob Lord stand I experienced an annoying distant droning, which I mistook for tinnitus until Blackburn scored, at which time the noise intensified slightly and I realised it was actually the modest contingent of Blackburn fans who were responsible for the irritating murmur.[/p][/quote]I don't generally make direct comments but I have got to make an exception in your case following your post. in my opinion you're a grade one deluded pr*t! Cuttingsky
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6:05pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Cuttingsky says...

did you smash it? wrote:
Good performance by both sets of kids last night, Blackburn showed their academy class by just having that bit more nous about them - a lot of people around me criticised their tactics, but that's football.

Long throws, long ball tactics, niggly tackles and feigning injury are unfortunately part and parcel of the modern game, and Blackburn played these much better than Burnley.
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For Burnley a Centre Of Excellence squad (With only 15 players) to even reach the semi-finals by beating Academy sides and then not to be over-awed by a derby game, they can be rightly proud of themselves.
Bottom line you, and I take it that you are a Burnley supporter, were beaten fair and square! Whether by one goal or ten it is academic. What relevance does your comment have? Beats me. Get over yourself.
[quote][p][bold]did you smash it?[/bold] wrote: Good performance by both sets of kids last night, Blackburn showed their academy class by just having that bit more nous about them - a lot of people around me criticised their tactics, but that's football. Long throws, long ball tactics, niggly tackles and feigning injury are unfortunately part and parcel of the modern game, and Blackburn played these much better than Burnley. . For Burnley a Centre Of Excellence squad (With only 15 players) to even reach the semi-finals by beating Academy sides and then not to be over-awed by a derby game, they can be rightly proud of themselves.[/p][/quote]Bottom line you, and I take it that you are a Burnley supporter, were beaten fair and square! Whether by one goal or ten it is academic. What relevance does your comment have? Beats me. Get over yourself. Cuttingsky
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6:22pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Cuttingsky says...

vintageclaret wrote:
"Rover since 1947 says...
3:02pm Thu 29 Mar 12"

I well remember the night myself and was in the Beehole End as well. I seem to recollect it was a mistake by Elder that let them in for your first goal.

To the two posters named "Melanie" and
"philmoulden"

I would say the following; "The post from Rover since 1947 is a true example of a supporter and of passion for his team" To the so called 'Lady?' "To add to your further foul mouthed comment may I invite you to our Easter Service next week and can I extend this invitation to your parents and if they are happy attend we will be quite happy to arrange a marriage Ceremony for them" In case you do not have the wit to understand this I will clarify it for you "You have just been insulted and categorised without resorting bad language being used. There again you will not be able to understand it. Now go away silly person, your next fix (or trick) is probably ready and waiting for you (what's the price? Ted Maul might want to know)
Here here!
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: "Rover since 1947 says... 3:02pm Thu 29 Mar 12" I well remember the night myself and was in the Beehole End as well. I seem to recollect it was a mistake by Elder that let them in for your first goal. To the two posters named "Melanie" and "philmoulden" I would say the following; "The post from Rover since 1947 is a true example of a supporter and of passion for his team" To the so called 'Lady?' "To add to your further foul mouthed comment may I invite you to our Easter Service next week and can I extend this invitation to your parents and if they are happy attend we will be quite happy to arrange a marriage Ceremony for them" In case you do not have the wit to understand this I will clarify it for you "You have just been insulted and categorised without resorting bad language being used. There again you will not be able to understand it. Now go away silly person, your next fix (or trick) is probably ready and waiting for you (what's the price? Ted Maul might want to know)[/p][/quote]Here here! Cuttingsky
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6:29pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Cuttingsky says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
did you smash it? wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land...
...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed.

As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years.

Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88.

Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B

All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING.

Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole.

You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN.

The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams.

However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on.

But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following.

For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking.

In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube.

For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End.

300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83.

Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute.

Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked.

Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath.

Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said).

I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date.

B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend.

B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class.

Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983.

Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12.

Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european-



football-statistics.



co.uk/attnclub/blar.



htm

B*rnley FC
http://www.european-



football-statistics.



co.uk/attnclub/burn.



htm

B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
What a dreamer.

Blah blah blah Rovers brought circa 15000 fans to Turf Moor and ran Burnley everywhere - except you didn't did you? You brought nothing like that amount and although there was trouble it was Burnley who had the upper hand - it seems like time and class A's have blurred your memory somewhat.
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Blackburn don't have a crew and the Blackburn Youth you mention - please you are nothing but a laughing stock.
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Now run along you waster
Awwww diddums! I can just imagine your bottom lip quivering when you wrote that.

B*rnley have **** support my inbreeding mutant friend.

You lack class as fans and as a club.

Standing to applaud that disgraceful tackle last night. Really sickens me when fans do that.

Parading Kevin Ball along the touchline before Rovers sent you down at Turd Moor in 2010 - that was the club this time - why? Because of his disgusting two footed cowardly lunge on Dunn in 2000.

B*rnley should have had three sent off in that game and at least 2 (the stamp on Chimbonda's head and your joke GK's professional foul) at Ewood Park in 2009.

No class. The rivalry between Blackburn and B*rnley used to be lively but good natured with some cracking banter up until Rovers knocked you out the FA Cup thus preventing a B*rnley League and Cup Double in 1960.

In the 1959-60 season, when B*rnley won the League Championship, Rovers played B*rnley at Turd Moor in the 6th Round of the FA Cup. 0-0 at Half Time. B*rnley scored 3 goals in a 15 minute period early in the 2nd half. Rovers were awarded a penalty and Blackburn boy Douglas put the penalty away. Three min's later, Peter Dobbing scored a 25 yarder. With 4 min's remaining, MacGrath scored for Rovers sending their huge away following ballistic.

The replay at Ewood Park was played infront of another full house, Rovers totally outplayed B*rnley to win 2-0 and went all the way to Wembley.

That's when it turned nasty. That's when B*rnley fans poisoned the rivalry.

B*rnley are nowhere near Rovers on or off the pitch and what's more - you never have been. There are many enduring myths in football, one is that B*rnley have good support and the other is that Rovers have poor support - but that is all it is a myth - an inversion of the truth - but why let the facts get in the way of the B*rnley myth making machine.

What you lot don't like, is that the rivalry simply does not mean as much to Rovers as it does to B*rnley. Don't get me wrong, you are despised and hated, but you are the small club, with few supporters, fewer trophies and a smaller 1970's ground - you are the footballing equivalent of the ''little man'' syndrome.

To all the rest of you bitter B*rnley b@stards coming on a Rovers message forum and telling us to go away and that we have too much time on our hands... particularly when your own forums are usually deserted.... have you any idea how ridiculous you sound? Ohhhhh the irony.

B*rnley are graceless winner and bad losers.

B*rnley - the poor man's Millwall.
Melanie, your knowledge seems vast. Unusual I think for a female!
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]did you smash it?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.[/p][/quote]What a dreamer. Blah blah blah Rovers brought circa 15000 fans to Turf Moor and ran Burnley everywhere - except you didn't did you? You brought nothing like that amount and although there was trouble it was Burnley who had the upper hand - it seems like time and class A's have blurred your memory somewhat. . Blackburn don't have a crew and the Blackburn Youth you mention - please you are nothing but a laughing stock. . Now run along you waster[/p][/quote]Awwww diddums! I can just imagine your bottom lip quivering when you wrote that. B*rnley have **** support my inbreeding mutant friend. You lack class as fans and as a club. Standing to applaud that disgraceful tackle last night. Really sickens me when fans do that. Parading Kevin Ball along the touchline before Rovers sent you down at Turd Moor in 2010 - that was the club this time - why? Because of his disgusting two footed cowardly lunge on Dunn in 2000. B*rnley should have had three sent off in that game and at least 2 (the stamp on Chimbonda's head and your joke GK's professional foul) at Ewood Park in 2009. No class. The rivalry between Blackburn and B*rnley used to be lively but good natured with some cracking banter up until Rovers knocked you out the FA Cup thus preventing a B*rnley League and Cup Double in 1960. In the 1959-60 season, when B*rnley won the League Championship, Rovers played B*rnley at Turd Moor in the 6th Round of the FA Cup. 0-0 at Half Time. B*rnley scored 3 goals in a 15 minute period early in the 2nd half. Rovers were awarded a penalty and Blackburn boy Douglas put the penalty away. Three min's later, Peter Dobbing scored a 25 yarder. With 4 min's remaining, MacGrath scored for Rovers sending their huge away following ballistic. The replay at Ewood Park was played infront of another full house, Rovers totally outplayed B*rnley to win 2-0 and went all the way to Wembley. That's when it turned nasty. That's when B*rnley fans poisoned the rivalry. B*rnley are nowhere near Rovers on or off the pitch and what's more - you never have been. There are many enduring myths in football, one is that B*rnley have good support and the other is that Rovers have poor support - but that is all it is a myth - an inversion of the truth - but why let the facts get in the way of the B*rnley myth making machine. What you lot don't like, is that the rivalry simply does not mean as much to Rovers as it does to B*rnley. Don't get me wrong, you are despised and hated, but you are the small club, with few supporters, fewer trophies and a smaller 1970's ground - you are the footballing equivalent of the ''little man'' syndrome. To all the rest of you bitter B*rnley b@stards coming on a Rovers message forum and telling us to go away and that we have too much time on our hands... particularly when your own forums are usually deserted.... have you any idea how ridiculous you sound? Ohhhhh the irony. B*rnley are graceless winner and bad losers. B*rnley - the poor man's Millwall.[/p][/quote]Melanie, your knowledge seems vast. Unusual I think for a female! Cuttingsky
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6:33pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Ralph Coates' Comb Over says...

Cuttingsky wrote:
Ralph Coates' Comb Over wrote:
matt00 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote: Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.
Only needed that amount to out sing you from the 1st to the 90th minute. Maybe for the next game we should only bring just over 100 to give you a fighting chance. Why bother turning up and not actually cheering your own team on. Tonight it was like having 8000 manikins in Burnley shirts. In terms of vocal support rovers played two home games. Bring on your first team sure those kids would do a job
Vocal support? from my seat in the Bob Lord stand I experienced an annoying distant droning, which I mistook for tinnitus until Blackburn scored, at which time the noise intensified slightly and I realised it was actually the modest contingent of Blackburn fans who were responsible for the irritating murmur.
I don't generally make direct comments but I have got to make an exception in your case following your post. in my opinion you're a grade one deluded pr*t!
Thanks for sharing your opinion and thanks also for awarding me a high grade. Sorry that my attempt at humourous banter clearly didn't register. Maybe I need to re-think that career in stand up I was considering!
[quote][p][bold]Cuttingsky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ralph Coates' Comb Over[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]matt00[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Pity you didnt send the First Team. See you next season. Shame only just over a 1,000 could be bothered to make the arduous journey to watch the future of their club. Well Venkys club to be exact. Your young boys won fair (apart from 5 bookings and a sending off to one booking) and square and The Clarets fans out supported you as always.[/p][/quote]Only needed that amount to out sing you from the 1st to the 90th minute. Maybe for the next game we should only bring just over 100 to give you a fighting chance. Why bother turning up and not actually cheering your own team on. Tonight it was like having 8000 manikins in Burnley shirts. In terms of vocal support rovers played two home games. Bring on your first team sure those kids would do a job[/p][/quote]Vocal support? from my seat in the Bob Lord stand I experienced an annoying distant droning, which I mistook for tinnitus until Blackburn scored, at which time the noise intensified slightly and I realised it was actually the modest contingent of Blackburn fans who were responsible for the irritating murmur.[/p][/quote]I don't generally make direct comments but I have got to make an exception in your case following your post. in my opinion you're a grade one deluded pr*t![/p][/quote]Thanks for sharing your opinion and thanks also for awarding me a high grade. Sorry that my attempt at humourous banter clearly didn't register. Maybe I need to re-think that career in stand up I was considering! Ralph Coates' Comb Over
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6:39pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

Boxing Day 1977 - whether it was 15,000 or 18,000 Rovers fans on T'Turf that day what is not in doubt is it was Burnleys biggest home gate in the last 40 or so years and as I went on about 1.15pm the police chief shouted shut the gates now we are already way over capicity in here - what would H&S compo solicitors make of that nowadays!
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What is also not in doubt was it is the biggest away following by fans of either club in the local derby for at least 50 years and who knows before then as fans often mixed or went to watch both clubs because of travel issues back then.
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A generation of Burnley fans have had to live with never seeing them beat Rovers and though that is hard to take it does not excuse some of the childish comments on here.
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Well done the Claret fans who have rightly praised their team for even getting to the Semi Final and admitted they were beaten by the better team over the two games. Keep it to Banter!
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33 Years And Counting!
Boxing Day 1977 - whether it was 15,000 or 18,000 Rovers fans on T'Turf that day what is not in doubt is it was Burnleys biggest home gate in the last 40 or so years and as I went on about 1.15pm the police chief shouted shut the gates now we are already way over capicity in here - what would H&S compo solicitors make of that nowadays! . What is also not in doubt was it is the biggest away following by fans of either club in the local derby for at least 50 years and who knows before then as fans often mixed or went to watch both clubs because of travel issues back then. . A generation of Burnley fans have had to live with never seeing them beat Rovers and though that is hard to take it does not excuse some of the childish comments on here. . Well done the Claret fans who have rightly praised their team for even getting to the Semi Final and admitted they were beaten by the better team over the two games. Keep it to Banter! . 33 Years And Counting! Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!
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7:27pm Thu 29 Mar 12

BJS says...

Top10StillOn wrote:
Apologies for posting on the Youth Cup thread but...

Was at the Spurs Bolton game last night and Nelsen was outstanding. In fact looked just the sort of centre half we could have done with against the very same Bolton last Saturday. Has anybody heard of a reason why he was allowed to leave when we desparately need an solid experienced centre-half?
Also little comment/criticism on Kean not being given the money to fund 2 months wages for Zenden when the own@rs have just pocketed £10/£12 million for Samba (not that I rate Zenden but that's not the point).

Once again about time the LET asked some meaningful questions.

Well done Youth team, fantastic result.
Totally agree! What explanation has been given for the bizarre way in which Ryan Nelsen, having been unfit since Sept 2011, suddenly reappeared hours before the transfer deadline in January, passed a medical at Spurs and leaves us for nothing. Probably cost us dearly at the weekend. Congratulations to the Youths. The owners don't deserve them.
[quote][p][bold]Top10StillOn[/bold] wrote: Apologies for posting on the Youth Cup thread but... Was at the Spurs Bolton game last night and Nelsen was outstanding. In fact looked just the sort of centre half we could have done with against the very same Bolton last Saturday. Has anybody heard of a reason why he was allowed to leave when we desparately need an solid experienced centre-half? Also little comment/criticism on Kean not being given the money to fund 2 months wages for Zenden when the own@rs have just pocketed £10/£12 million for Samba (not that I rate Zenden but that's not the point). Once again about time the LET asked some meaningful questions. Well done Youth team, fantastic result.[/p][/quote]Totally agree! What explanation has been given for the bizarre way in which Ryan Nelsen, having been unfit since Sept 2011, suddenly reappeared hours before the transfer deadline in January, passed a medical at Spurs and leaves us for nothing. Probably cost us dearly at the weekend. Congratulations to the Youths. The owners don't deserve them. BJS
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7:28pm Thu 29 Mar 12

philmoulden says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
You Rovers fans keep back slapping and congratulating yourselves but whilst it is true that only one team left that pitch with a victory it’s also true that only one team left that pitch with it’s dignity intact. If it was “men against boys” and as comfortable as you are suggesting then I can’t see why your team cheated and pushed the limits to try and gain an unfair advantage at every turn – dirty fouls, pushing, climbing, two footed tackles, diving, feigning injury, time wasting from minute one and more shirt pulling than you can shake a stick at. Physically the Burnley lads were outdone; technically it was a very even match with ourselves probably just sneaking the edge. But sure, you guys keep blowing your own trumpet, for me the real story here is how an academy side with about 10 times the investment of the Burnley youth set up only managed to win by a goal over 90 minutes and had to use every bit of unsportsmanlike behaviour they could muster to even manage that.
its only the same as us playing one of the best teams in the world and beating them on there own patch 2-3 ,get on with it man ,your comments are all sour grapes ,no excuses ,you got beat fair and square , AGAIN
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: You Rovers fans keep back slapping and congratulating yourselves but whilst it is true that only one team left that pitch with a victory it’s also true that only one team left that pitch with it’s dignity intact. If it was “men against boys” and as comfortable as you are suggesting then I can’t see why your team cheated and pushed the limits to try and gain an unfair advantage at every turn – dirty fouls, pushing, climbing, two footed tackles, diving, feigning injury, time wasting from minute one and more shirt pulling than you can shake a stick at. Physically the Burnley lads were outdone; technically it was a very even match with ourselves probably just sneaking the edge. But sure, you guys keep blowing your own trumpet, for me the real story here is how an academy side with about 10 times the investment of the Burnley youth set up only managed to win by a goal over 90 minutes and had to use every bit of unsportsmanlike behaviour they could muster to even manage that.[/p][/quote]its only the same as us playing one of the best teams in the world and beating them on there own patch 2-3 ,get on with it man ,your comments are all sour grapes ,no excuses ,you got beat fair and square , AGAIN philmoulden
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7:31pm Thu 29 Mar 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Any way back to reality for the Bol-Ewooders this weekend.

The annual relegation dog-fight continues.

If they do rag it and stay up it'll be another season of misery having to play bigger clubs like west ham, southampton and boro.

THERE'S MISERY APLENTY WHEN YOUR OWNED BY THE VENKYS!!
Any way back to reality for the Bol-Ewooders this weekend. The annual relegation dog-fight continues. If they do rag it and stay up it'll be another season of misery having to play bigger clubs like west ham, southampton and boro. THERE'S MISERY APLENTY WHEN YOUR OWNED BY THE VENKYS!! burnleyglentoran
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7:35pm Thu 29 Mar 12

philmoulden says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Any way back to reality for the Bol-Ewooders this weekend.

The annual relegation dog-fight continues.

If they do rag it and stay up it'll be another season of misery having to play bigger clubs like west ham, southampton and boro.

THERE'S MISERY APLENTY WHEN YOUR OWNED BY THE VENKYS!!
AND THE BLUES GO MARCHING ON ON ON
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Any way back to reality for the Bol-Ewooders this weekend. The annual relegation dog-fight continues. If they do rag it and stay up it'll be another season of misery having to play bigger clubs like west ham, southampton and boro. THERE'S MISERY APLENTY WHEN YOUR OWNED BY THE VENKYS!![/p][/quote]AND THE BLUES GO MARCHING ON ON ON philmoulden
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7:54pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Ted Maul says...

did you smash it? wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land...
...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed.

As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years.

Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88.

Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B

All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING.

Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole.

You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN.

The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams.

However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on.

But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following.

For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking.

In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube.

For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End.

300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83.

Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute.

Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked.

Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath.

Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said).

I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date.

B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend.

B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class.

Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983.

Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12.

Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european-


football-statistics.


co.uk/attnclub/blar.


htm

B*rnley FC
http://www.european-


football-statistics.


co.uk/attnclub/burn.


htm

B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.
What a dreamer.

Blah blah blah Rovers brought circa 15000 fans to Turf Moor and ran Burnley everywhere - except you didn't did you? You brought nothing like that amount and although there was trouble it was Burnley who had the upper hand - it seems like time and class A's have blurred your memory somewhat.
.
Blackburn don't have a crew and the Blackburn Youth you mention - please you are nothing but a laughing stock.
.
Now run along you waster
wannabe hooligan scrotes like the above tryhards really need to grow up.

They've been spanking off over Green Street too many times. Bet they dream of meeting Danny Dyer.

There's apparently been some serious research done linking football violence with micropenis syndrome. All that frustration needs an outlet I suppose....


Bless 'em.
[quote][p][bold]did you smash it?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]I bet you are a shirter, living in lala land... ...And before you start dreaming about the 2009 pub incident at Cherry Tree, there was 80+ Rovers inside that pub my inbred friend...Rovers lads knew you were coming, due to a phone call, however you c*nts decided to start chanting when you arrived to alert the OB. If you c*nts had thought better and not said owt then maybe something interesting could of happened. Only about 30 rovers ran out of the pub and the rest got trapped in. There were another 50 in the pub trying to get out. You would of got smashed. As for the Youth game at Ewood Park, B*rnley Sucking Squad are a bunch of f*cking muppets the lot of them..so much for "turning out in force" - even though it was a Youth game - the Dingle's turn out was pathetic... Outplayed, outsang and outfought yet again..34 years. Remember when about 20 Rovers ambused a train with Burnley lads on along with other women and children (who were not targeted) back in '88. Also some Dingles seem to forget 150 Blackburn Youth travelled to B*rnley - out of the way - on a night out. The Sucking Squad knew about it - 'Cats Whiskers' - Youth were soon wrapped up by O.B All these mouthy Dingles who are probabley all shirters just READ THE TRUTH AND STOP DREAMING. Andy Porters got 5 more years, now he's getting bummed by queers, five more years without parole, now he's got a sore a**hole. You can make up all your DESPERATE stories about "Easter 1983 and all that" but the fact is, B*rnley have rarely played Rovers since AND NOT MANY TIMES SINCE '66 and that is the main reason you dislike us - you've never really had the chance the set the record straight FOR ALL THE TW*TTINGS YOU'VE HAD FROM BLACKBURN. The Blackburn Burnley rivalry is different. Some people from Blackburn who couldn't give a toss about football, who hate football... also don't like Burnley. They would never set foot in the place. Its a rivalry between the towns as well as the supporters of the teams. However, that said, I feel that the over policing is too much. Memories of the 70's and B*rnley hype from the 80's still lingers on. But as you lot like looking back....Boxing Day 1977, B*rnely v Rovers, Turd Moor: Gates shut at 1.30pm. The gatemen and police on the outside did not look to keen because there were a lot of angry Rovers fans left outside to deal with. On Rovers half of Longside: 6 - 7,000 Rovers fans. Cricket Field stand - 5,500 Rovers fans. Open End errupted when Rovers scored 4,000+ Rovers fans? Bob Lord Stand 250 Rovers fans? Estimates of Rovers Away following that day vary from 11k - 15k. Rovers fans where sprinkled all over Turd Moor. Given the Cricket Field stand was all ticket, that left 1.5 hours of Rovers fans on Boxing Day arriving and heading for the Burnley home section's - I think it was more than a few pockets that went up when Rovers scored, we were all over you like a f*cking rash. The police then made a barrier between the open end and the home side of the Longside. Rovers were in the top two at the time. The game itself was played out in an electric atmosphere created by the Away support with Rovers building up a 0-3 lead in the first half which could have been 0-4 but for a brilliant save by Stevenson. B*rnley then forced their way back with goals by Noble and Ingham (?) leaving Rovers clinging on for a win - in 7 minutes of injury time. Outside the ground all hell broke loose with disturbances, running fights, police dogs. Rovers scattered out in packs all over the B*rnley centre and on the main roads out of town back to Accrington and Blackburn.There were some serious disturbances caused by inadequate policing of an admittedly massive Rovers Away following. For the return fixture, B*rnley did not bring that many to Ewood Park - 5k perhaps. There were disturbances in Blackburn town centre but more seriously after the game as a big Burnley contingent travelling by train were confronted by a Blackburn End/Riverside mob on the way back to Mill Hill. Loads of arrests, out of control yapping police dogs, B*rnley got a kicking. In the late 1960's to mid 1970's Ewood Park had a bad reupation for violence. B*rnley got hammered home and away. The Rovers lads could take most grounds and most crews. Millwall got battered in '77 at Ewood Park and admit it in an F-Troop documentary that can be seen on You Tube. For a B*rnley ''friendly'' in the early 70's, Rovers lads went in one's and two's into the middle of the B*rnley fans in the Darwen End before the start of the game, maybe 30 then joined together as soon as the whistle went, they didnt half give the B*rnley fans a shock and a bit of a pasting. One of the Rovers fans was arrested by a Police WOMAN (made the front page of the LET) and the police just escorted Rovers out and towards the Blackburn End. 300 Youth ran B*nley in B*rnley in '83. Colin Hendry when he moved to Man City got torrid abuse at Turd Moor but score the winning goal and ran past the B*rnley fans with a fisted salute. Rovers lad's ambushing a train full of B*rnley in '88, I was in the Blackburn End that day, it was common knowledge a train full of B*rnley coming back from Bolton was going to wacked. Simon Garner got even worse treatment when at Turd Moor with WBA but scored the winning goal, he lifted his WBA shirt to kiss it revealing a Rovers shirt underneath. Rovers Fly-Over in 1990 (enough said). I've covered the 1970 and 1980's and brought history up to date. B*rnley lack class. You stood to an ovation for a dirty tackle near the end. Really p*sses me off when fans applaud cheating and dirty play. Man Yoo fans do it all the time. It's a vile trend. B*rnley have never had class. Some Rovers played played at Turd Moor in the 1960's to raise money for a B*rnley player who's career had been cut short but were booed. No class. Rovers prevented B*rnley from winning the double in 1960 - that's were your bitterness originally stemmed from. And for your trouble, you got battered home and away for two decades, the clubs then moved in different directions and all you've got is the myth - and it is a myth - of Ewood Park, Easter 1983. Look at the stat's, follow the links, by my calculations, in 144 years B*rnley have only averaged bigger crowds in 12. Blackburn Rovers FC: http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm B*rnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm B*rnley measure their success by Rovers lack of it.... it's sad as f*ck.[/p][/quote]What a dreamer. Blah blah blah Rovers brought circa 15000 fans to Turf Moor and ran Burnley everywhere - except you didn't did you? You brought nothing like that amount and although there was trouble it was Burnley who had the upper hand - it seems like time and class A's have blurred your memory somewhat. . Blackburn don't have a crew and the Blackburn Youth you mention - please you are nothing but a laughing stock. . Now run along you waster[/p][/quote]wannabe hooligan scrotes like the above tryhards really need to grow up. They've been spanking off over Green Street too many times. Bet they dream of meeting Danny Dyer. There's apparently been some serious research done linking football violence with micropenis syndrome. All that frustration needs an outlet I suppose.... Bless 'em. Ted Maul
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8:06pm Thu 29 Mar 12

will12 says...

OMG !!!!!

Mines bigger than yours !!!!

You have more than us!!!!

We're harder than you !!!!

Are we talking about an under 18's Youth Game or who beat who up ????


And for the record, B"£$%^&&d's never have, never will, bring 15-18k to the Turf !!!!!

And you haved dragged me in to lower myself !!!



And am I too old too remember you lot were in a lower League than us for a while, and if I remember rightly use to survive on 3k at home games when in the old 3rd Division !!!

Yes we have took different paths since JW put his money, shame his family weren't as supportive, and sold out to the Venga Boys !!!!

But just kick back and look at a Club with silly money, City, wonder if you gloat in envy at them lol, looks like JW sold you to the only bidder !!!

And I am a Claret who lost the interest of attending games because over-priced-over-rat
ed fairies play the beautiful game now, but cut me and I bleed Claret blood !!!!!

But watching the "on my lord, the only Teams that play the game hail from the fantasy fairy premiership " !!!!! makes me projectile vomit !!!

Would love to see these fairies up aganst the likes of Waldron, Merrington, Blant, Bremner, Chopper Harris and the Norman Hunter's of this World, now that was a man's game, and now boy's play it, because it can't be too phyisical because someone might throw the toys out of the pram !!!

Rant over !!!!

Wish I hadn't bothered, what a waste of my time ranting !!!

But we together have a bigger enemy within our towns !!! oop I shouldn't have said that !!!!
OMG !!!!! Mines bigger than yours !!!! You have more than us!!!! We're harder than you !!!! Are we talking about an under 18's Youth Game or who beat who up ???? And for the record, B"£$%^&&d's never have, never will, bring 15-18k to the Turf !!!!! And you haved dragged me in to lower myself !!! And am I too old too remember you lot were in a lower League than us for a while, and if I remember rightly use to survive on 3k at home games when in the old 3rd Division !!! Yes we have took different paths since JW put his money, shame his family weren't as supportive, and sold out to the Venga Boys !!!! But just kick back and look at a Club with silly money, City, wonder if you gloat in envy at them lol, looks like JW sold you to the only bidder !!! And I am a Claret who lost the interest of attending games because over-priced-over-rat ed fairies play the beautiful game now, but cut me and I bleed Claret blood !!!!! But watching the "on my lord, the only Teams that play the game hail from the fantasy fairy premiership " !!!!! makes me projectile vomit !!! Would love to see these fairies up aganst the likes of Waldron, Merrington, Blant, Bremner, Chopper Harris and the Norman Hunter's of this World, now that was a man's game, and now boy's play it, because it can't be too phyisical because someone might throw the toys out of the pram !!! Rant over !!!! Wish I hadn't bothered, what a waste of my time ranting !!! But we together have a bigger enemy within our towns !!! oop I shouldn't have said that !!!! will12
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8:29pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

will12 wrote:
OMG !!!!!

Mines bigger than yours !!!!

You have more than us!!!!

We're harder than you !!!!

Are we talking about an under 18's Youth Game or who beat who up ????


And for the record, B"£$%^&&am
p;d's never have, never will, bring 15-18k to the Turf !!!!!

And you haved dragged me in to lower myself !!!



And am I too old too remember you lot were in a lower League than us for a while, and if I remember rightly use to survive on 3k at home games when in the old 3rd Division !!!

Yes we have took different paths since JW put his money, shame his family weren't as supportive, and sold out to the Venga Boys !!!!

But just kick back and look at a Club with silly money, City, wonder if you gloat in envy at them lol, looks like JW sold you to the only bidder !!!

And I am a Claret who lost the interest of attending games because over-priced-over-rat

ed fairies play the beautiful game now, but cut me and I bleed Claret blood !!!!!

But watching the "on my lord, the only Teams that play the game hail from the fantasy fairy premiership " !!!!! makes me projectile vomit !!!

Would love to see these fairies up aganst the likes of Waldron, Merrington, Blant, Bremner, Chopper Harris and the Norman Hunter's of this World, now that was a man's game, and now boy's play it, because it can't be too phyisical because someone might throw the toys out of the pram !!!

Rant over !!!!

Wish I hadn't bothered, what a waste of my time ranting !!!

But we together have a bigger enemy within our towns !!! oop I shouldn't have said that !!!!
Look who's talking about who's willy is bigger than who's.

The same tired old B*rnley myth's - again.

Let me bust them for you, sunshine.

Rovers average attendances in in Div. 3:

1980: 10.311
1975: 12.651
1974: 7.432
1973: 9.214
1972: 8.256

B*rnley in Div 3 for roughly the same period:
1985: 4.177
1984: 6.625
1982: 6.936
1981: 6.469

BRFC in the Championship:
2001: 20.740
2000: 19.253

bfc in the Championship:
2001: 16.442
2000: 12.937

Interestingly, the year B*rnley won the 1st Division Championship:

BRFC - 1960: 27.299
bfc - 1960: 26.978

The truth is out there...
[quote][p][bold]will12[/bold] wrote: OMG !!!!! Mines bigger than yours !!!! You have more than us!!!! We're harder than you !!!! Are we talking about an under 18's Youth Game or who beat who up ???? And for the record, B"£$%^&&am p;d's never have, never will, bring 15-18k to the Turf !!!!! And you haved dragged me in to lower myself !!! And am I too old too remember you lot were in a lower League than us for a while, and if I remember rightly use to survive on 3k at home games when in the old 3rd Division !!! Yes we have took different paths since JW put his money, shame his family weren't as supportive, and sold out to the Venga Boys !!!! But just kick back and look at a Club with silly money, City, wonder if you gloat in envy at them lol, looks like JW sold you to the only bidder !!! And I am a Claret who lost the interest of attending games because over-priced-over-rat ed fairies play the beautiful game now, but cut me and I bleed Claret blood !!!!! But watching the "on my lord, the only Teams that play the game hail from the fantasy fairy premiership " !!!!! makes me projectile vomit !!! Would love to see these fairies up aganst the likes of Waldron, Merrington, Blant, Bremner, Chopper Harris and the Norman Hunter's of this World, now that was a man's game, and now boy's play it, because it can't be too phyisical because someone might throw the toys out of the pram !!! Rant over !!!! Wish I hadn't bothered, what a waste of my time ranting !!! But we together have a bigger enemy within our towns !!! oop I shouldn't have said that !!!![/p][/quote]Look who's talking about who's willy is bigger than who's. The same tired old B*rnley myth's - again. Let me bust them for you, sunshine. Rovers average attendances in in Div. 3: 1980: 10.311 1975: 12.651 1974: 7.432 1973: 9.214 1972: 8.256 B*rnley in Div 3 for roughly the same period: 1985: 4.177 1984: 6.625 1982: 6.936 1981: 6.469 BRFC in the Championship: 2001: 20.740 2000: 19.253 bfc in the Championship: 2001: 16.442 2000: 12.937 Interestingly, the year B*rnley won the 1st Division Championship: BRFC - 1960: 27.299 bfc - 1960: 26.978 The truth is out there... Melanie :-)
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8:41pm Thu 29 Mar 12

walshy2866 says...

BJS wrote:
Top10StillOn wrote:
Apologies for posting on the Youth Cup thread but...

Was at the Spurs Bolton game last night and Nelsen was outstanding. In fact looked just the sort of centre half we could have done with against the very same Bolton last Saturday. Has anybody heard of a reason why he was allowed to leave when we desparately need an solid experienced centre-half?
Also little comment/criticism on Kean not being given the money to fund 2 months wages for Zenden when the own@rs have just pocketed £10/£12 million for Samba (not that I rate Zenden but that's not the point).

Once again about time the LET asked some meaningful questions.

Well done Youth team, fantastic result.
Totally agree! What explanation has been given for the bizarre way in which Ryan Nelsen, having been unfit since Sept 2011, suddenly reappeared hours before the transfer deadline in January, passed a medical at Spurs and leaves us for nothing. Probably cost us dearly at the weekend. Congratulations to the Youths. The owners don't deserve them.
Apparently Nelson wrote a letter to the owners showing concern as club captain that Kean was incompitant. They did nothing other than send it direct to Kean. Then the mystery injury kept him out all season but strangely still injured he signed for Spurs, played the week after and the restis history. Just a good job we have a wealth of talent in the youngsters as we showed last night to call upon. Sad loss though. I met him once and was a charming unassuming sort of bloke and who can forget him gripping that piece of inbred filth who squared up to savage in the cup game at turd moor. Don't mess with Ryan was the message to that piece of claret sh1te!
[quote][p][bold]BJS[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Top10StillOn[/bold] wrote: Apologies for posting on the Youth Cup thread but... Was at the Spurs Bolton game last night and Nelsen was outstanding. In fact looked just the sort of centre half we could have done with against the very same Bolton last Saturday. Has anybody heard of a reason why he was allowed to leave when we desparately need an solid experienced centre-half? Also little comment/criticism on Kean not being given the money to fund 2 months wages for Zenden when the own@rs have just pocketed £10/£12 million for Samba (not that I rate Zenden but that's not the point). Once again about time the LET asked some meaningful questions. Well done Youth team, fantastic result.[/p][/quote]Totally agree! What explanation has been given for the bizarre way in which Ryan Nelsen, having been unfit since Sept 2011, suddenly reappeared hours before the transfer deadline in January, passed a medical at Spurs and leaves us for nothing. Probably cost us dearly at the weekend. Congratulations to the Youths. The owners don't deserve them.[/p][/quote]Apparently Nelson wrote a letter to the owners showing concern as club captain that Kean was incompitant. They did nothing other than send it direct to Kean. Then the mystery injury kept him out all season but strangely still injured he signed for Spurs, played the week after and the restis history. Just a good job we have a wealth of talent in the youngsters as we showed last night to call upon. Sad loss though. I met him once and was a charming unassuming sort of bloke and who can forget him gripping that piece of inbred filth who squared up to savage in the cup game at turd moor. Don't mess with Ryan was the message to that piece of claret sh1te! walshy2866
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8:46pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

walshy2866 wrote:
BJS wrote:
Top10StillOn wrote:
Apologies for posting on the Youth Cup thread but...

Was at the Spurs Bolton game last night and Nelsen was outstanding. In fact looked just the sort of centre half we could have done with against the very same Bolton last Saturday. Has anybody heard of a reason why he was allowed to leave when we desparately need an solid experienced centre-half?
Also little comment/criticism on Kean not being given the money to fund 2 months wages for Zenden when the own@rs have just pocketed £10/£12 million for Samba (not that I rate Zenden but that's not the point).

Once again about time the LET asked some meaningful questions.

Well done Youth team, fantastic result.
Totally agree! What explanation has been given for the bizarre way in which Ryan Nelsen, having been unfit since Sept 2011, suddenly reappeared hours before the transfer deadline in January, passed a medical at Spurs and leaves us for nothing. Probably cost us dearly at the weekend. Congratulations to the Youths. The owners don't deserve them.
Apparently Nelson wrote a letter to the owners showing concern as club captain that Kean was incompitant. They did nothing other than send it direct to Kean. Then the mystery injury kept him out all season but strangely still injured he signed for Spurs, played the week after and the restis history. Just a good job we have a wealth of talent in the youngsters as we showed last night to call upon. Sad loss though. I met him once and was a charming unassuming sort of bloke and who can forget him gripping that piece of inbred filth who squared up to savage in the cup game at turd moor. Don't mess with Ryan was the message to that piece of claret sh1te!
Well said. And thank's for the info.
[quote][p][bold]walshy2866[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BJS[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Top10StillOn[/bold] wrote: Apologies for posting on the Youth Cup thread but... Was at the Spurs Bolton game last night and Nelsen was outstanding. In fact looked just the sort of centre half we could have done with against the very same Bolton last Saturday. Has anybody heard of a reason why he was allowed to leave when we desparately need an solid experienced centre-half? Also little comment/criticism on Kean not being given the money to fund 2 months wages for Zenden when the own@rs have just pocketed £10/£12 million for Samba (not that I rate Zenden but that's not the point). Once again about time the LET asked some meaningful questions. Well done Youth team, fantastic result.[/p][/quote]Totally agree! What explanation has been given for the bizarre way in which Ryan Nelsen, having been unfit since Sept 2011, suddenly reappeared hours before the transfer deadline in January, passed a medical at Spurs and leaves us for nothing. Probably cost us dearly at the weekend. Congratulations to the Youths. The owners don't deserve them.[/p][/quote]Apparently Nelson wrote a letter to the owners showing concern as club captain that Kean was incompitant. They did nothing other than send it direct to Kean. Then the mystery injury kept him out all season but strangely still injured he signed for Spurs, played the week after and the restis history. Just a good job we have a wealth of talent in the youngsters as we showed last night to call upon. Sad loss though. I met him once and was a charming unassuming sort of bloke and who can forget him gripping that piece of inbred filth who squared up to savage in the cup game at turd moor. Don't mess with Ryan was the message to that piece of claret sh1te![/p][/quote]Well said. And thank's for the info. Melanie :-)
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10:01pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

Burnley Youth Vs. Blackburn Rovers Youth - Goal.

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=Lof1EHq6c
so
Burnley Youth Vs. Blackburn Rovers Youth - Goal. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=Lof1EHq6c so Melanie :-)
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10:22pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

...but hey, Blackburn doesn't take itself too seriously.

Tash Force - feature film (2012) Trailer.

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=uWpWgeF6Y
Lg&feature=related

The official trailer for 'Tash Force', the feature film comedy that is going to be released Spring 2012 in all good retailers (UK).

More about Tash Force: A comedy about Tash McDermott, Head of Lancashire Constabulary's Football Intelligence Unit, as he tries to track down a football hooligan ring leader, and put a stop to "shenanigans" on the football terraces.

Tash is on the trail of the elusive 'Nightmare', a notorious football hooligan. Inspired by TV programmes like 'Police, Camera, Action', Tash is giving a journalist unrestricted access to cover his operation. But Tash is stuck in the glory days of the past, when football was a man's game, women knew their place, a ruck was pretty much guaranteed, and he was top of the football intelligence league for arrests and banning orders.

Tash senses that being the subject of a documentary will restore his status, put him right back where he deserves to be, and maybe even make him a star. So he takes his eye off the ball and starts playing up to the camera. But that, and the fact the he can't hold his beer, ends up landing him in serious trouble.
...but hey, Blackburn doesn't take itself too seriously. Tash Force - feature film (2012) Trailer. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=uWpWgeF6Y Lg&feature=related The official trailer for 'Tash Force', the feature film comedy that is going to be released Spring 2012 in all good retailers (UK). More about Tash Force: A comedy about Tash McDermott, Head of Lancashire Constabulary's Football Intelligence Unit, as he tries to track down a football hooligan ring leader, and put a stop to "shenanigans" on the football terraces. Tash is on the trail of the elusive 'Nightmare', a notorious football hooligan. Inspired by TV programmes like 'Police, Camera, Action', Tash is giving a journalist unrestricted access to cover his operation. But Tash is stuck in the glory days of the past, when football was a man's game, women knew their place, a ruck was pretty much guaranteed, and he was top of the football intelligence league for arrests and banning orders. Tash senses that being the subject of a documentary will restore his status, put him right back where he deserves to be, and maybe even make him a star. So he takes his eye off the ball and starts playing up to the camera. But that, and the fact the he can't hold his beer, ends up landing him in serious trouble. Melanie :-)
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11:29pm Thu 29 Mar 12

slimmy says...

Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
hahaha thats right, only 18 of us and about 2-300 of you inbreds. yes we were outnumbered and ya turned us over but it was nothing like you are sayin ya tit !!!
[quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]hahaha thats right, only 18 of us and about 2-300 of you inbreds. yes we were outnumbered and ya turned us over but it was nothing like you are sayin ya tit !!! slimmy
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12:11am Fri 30 Mar 12

slimmy says...

slimmy wrote:
Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
hahaha thats right, only 18 of us and about 2-300 of you inbreds. yes we were outnumbered and ya turned us over but it was nothing like you are sayin ya tit !!!
forgot to mention and how did i forget ? thats the ONLY time you have outnumbered us, and as i recall it ya got done down bolton rd last week too !!
[quote][p][bold]slimmy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]hahaha thats right, only 18 of us and about 2-300 of you inbreds. yes we were outnumbered and ya turned us over but it was nothing like you are sayin ya tit !!![/p][/quote]forgot to mention and how did i forget ? thats the ONLY time you have outnumbered us, and as i recall it ya got done down bolton rd last week too !! slimmy
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8:36am Fri 30 Mar 12

Cha'mone MF says...

slimmy wrote:
slimmy wrote:
Markr wrote:
We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed.
Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.
hahaha thats right, only 18 of us and about 2-300 of you inbreds. yes we were outnumbered and ya turned us over but it was nothing like you are sayin ya tit !!!
forgot to mention and how did i forget ? thats the ONLY time you have outnumbered us, and as i recall it ya got done down bolton rd last week too !!
Another complete and utter w@nker !
[quote][p][bold]slimmy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slimmy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Markr[/bold] wrote: We didnt have to smash our town up this year, we had some scum fans to take our anger out on, who in their right mind tries walking under the culvert after the game ?, wasnt so big once you were sussed. Slapping a few of the scum is far better than winning any football match, pity the filth rescued them before they were hurt bad.[/p][/quote]hahaha thats right, only 18 of us and about 2-300 of you inbreds. yes we were outnumbered and ya turned us over but it was nothing like you are sayin ya tit !!![/p][/quote]forgot to mention and how did i forget ? thats the ONLY time you have outnumbered us, and as i recall it ya got done down bolton rd last week too !![/p][/quote]Another complete and utter w@nker ! Cha'mone MF
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11:42am Fri 30 Mar 12

vintageclaret says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
will12 wrote: OMG !!!!! Mines bigger than yours !!!! You have more than us!!!! We're harder than you !!!! Are we talking about an under 18's Youth Game or who beat who up ???? And for the record, B"£$%^&&am
p;am p;d's never have, never will, bring 15-18k to the Turf !!!!! And you haved dragged me in to lower myself !!! And am I too old too remember you lot were in a lower League than us for a while, and if I remember rightly use to survive on 3k at home games when in the old 3rd Division !!! Yes we have took different paths since JW put his money, shame his family weren't as supportive, and sold out to the Venga Boys !!!! But just kick back and look at a Club with silly money, City, wonder if you gloat in envy at them lol, looks like JW sold you to the only bidder !!! And I am a Claret who lost the interest of attending games because over-priced-over-rat ed fairies play the beautiful game now, but cut me and I bleed Claret blood !!!!! But watching the "on my lord, the only Teams that play the game hail from the fantasy fairy premiership " !!!!! makes me projectile vomit !!! Would love to see these fairies up aganst the likes of Waldron, Merrington, Blant, Bremner, Chopper Harris and the Norman Hunter's of this World, now that was a man's game, and now boy's play it, because it can't be too phyisical because someone might throw the toys out of the pram !!! Rant over !!!! Wish I hadn't bothered, what a waste of my time ranting !!! But we together have a bigger enemy within our towns !!! oop I shouldn't have said that !!!!
Look who's talking about who's willy is bigger than who's. The same tired old B*rnley myth's - again. Let me bust them for you, sunshine. Rovers average attendances in in Div. 3: 1980: 10.311 1975: 12.651 1974: 7.432 1973: 9.214 1972: 8.256 B*rnley in Div 3 for roughly the same period: 1985: 4.177 1984: 6.625 1982: 6.936 1981: 6.469 BRFC in the Championship: 2001: 20.740 2000: 19.253 bfc in the Championship: 2001: 16.442 2000: 12.937 Interestingly, the year B*rnley won the 1st Division Championship: BRFC - 1960: 27.299 bfc - 1960: 26.978 The truth is out there...
I take back my invitation for us to marry your parents. This decision has been reached due to the following reasons

a) In the way you show your feminine attributes by your postings there is the high probability people won't be able to get a word in edgeways, so our Vicar has declined.
b) Secondly you must have, or still having computer courses to glean your facts from the internet and you will be tied up. This latter I hope is by a gag round your mouth which is needed judging from your implied foul language.

I would suggest that you now stop posting and go back to what appear to be your favourite past times and drag Slimy with you so you can both leave a trail along the ground. Also not forhgetting Tedmaul he can indulge his favourite occupation with you i.e. back door camping
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]will12[/bold] wrote: OMG !!!!! Mines bigger than yours !!!! You have more than us!!!! We're harder than you !!!! Are we talking about an under 18's Youth Game or who beat who up ???? And for the record, B"£$%^&&am p;am p;d's never have, never will, bring 15-18k to the Turf !!!!! And you haved dragged me in to lower myself !!! And am I too old too remember you lot were in a lower League than us for a while, and if I remember rightly use to survive on 3k at home games when in the old 3rd Division !!! Yes we have took different paths since JW put his money, shame his family weren't as supportive, and sold out to the Venga Boys !!!! But just kick back and look at a Club with silly money, City, wonder if you gloat in envy at them lol, looks like JW sold you to the only bidder !!! And I am a Claret who lost the interest of attending games because over-priced-over-rat ed fairies play the beautiful game now, but cut me and I bleed Claret blood !!!!! But watching the "on my lord, the only Teams that play the game hail from the fantasy fairy premiership " !!!!! makes me projectile vomit !!! Would love to see these fairies up aganst the likes of Waldron, Merrington, Blant, Bremner, Chopper Harris and the Norman Hunter's of this World, now that was a man's game, and now boy's play it, because it can't be too phyisical because someone might throw the toys out of the pram !!! Rant over !!!! Wish I hadn't bothered, what a waste of my time ranting !!! But we together have a bigger enemy within our towns !!! oop I shouldn't have said that !!!![/p][/quote]Look who's talking about who's willy is bigger than who's. The same tired old B*rnley myth's - again. Let me bust them for you, sunshine. Rovers average attendances in in Div. 3: 1980: 10.311 1975: 12.651 1974: 7.432 1973: 9.214 1972: 8.256 B*rnley in Div 3 for roughly the same period: 1985: 4.177 1984: 6.625 1982: 6.936 1981: 6.469 BRFC in the Championship: 2001: 20.740 2000: 19.253 bfc in the Championship: 2001: 16.442 2000: 12.937 Interestingly, the year B*rnley won the 1st Division Championship: BRFC - 1960: 27.299 bfc - 1960: 26.978 The truth is out there...[/p][/quote]I take back my invitation for us to marry your parents. This decision has been reached due to the following reasons a) In the way you show your feminine attributes by your postings there is the high probability people won't be able to get a word in edgeways, so our Vicar has declined. b) Secondly you must have, or still having computer courses to glean your facts from the internet and you will be tied up. This latter I hope is by a gag round your mouth which is needed judging from your implied foul language. I would suggest that you now stop posting and go back to what appear to be your favourite past times and drag Slimy with you so you can both leave a trail along the ground. Also not forhgetting Tedmaul he can indulge his favourite occupation with you i.e. back door camping vintageclaret
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11:59am Fri 30 Mar 12

BlueyC says...

Markr you talk **** Ewood game you say how many lads got put in hospital none did,one of yours mite of needed treatment with that pool ball,everyone locked in by filth .not that little game crew who kicked off near bridge tho. They was back out as soon as filth ,left
Markr you talk **** Ewood game you say how many lads got put in hospital none did,one of yours mite of needed treatment with that pool ball,everyone locked in by filth .not that little game crew who kicked off near bridge tho. They was back out as soon as filth ,left BlueyC
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12:49pm Fri 30 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

Blackburn Rovers v Sheffield United, 1970, Ewood Park.

Rovers lose 1-2, but still and historical document, gives an idea of Ewood Park befiore it was rebuilt.

12,000 average in the 70s and 9,000 average in the 80s made more noise than the 25,000 average of the modern Ewood Park.

Steve Archibald-Blackburn Rovers, 1987 - 1988.
http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=xsxGzEfXp
CI

I was at the Ewood Park. Always liked Don Mackay, too.

Full Members Cup Final1987.
Some great images and memories - really good vid. Rovers finally took 30,000 to Wembley, Charlton took 10,000 from accross London.
http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=psbzH_e99
tY&feature=related
Blackburn Rovers v Sheffield United, 1970, Ewood Park. Rovers lose 1-2, but still and historical document, gives an idea of Ewood Park befiore it was rebuilt. 12,000 average in the 70s and 9,000 average in the 80s made more noise than the 25,000 average of the modern Ewood Park. Steve Archibald-Blackburn Rovers, 1987 - 1988. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=xsxGzEfXp CI I was at the Ewood Park. Always liked Don Mackay, too. Full Members Cup Final1987. Some great images and memories - really good vid. Rovers finally took 30,000 to Wembley, Charlton took 10,000 from accross London. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=psbzH_e99 tY&feature=related Melanie :-)
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12:53pm Fri 30 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

Blackburn Rovers v Sheffield United, 1970, Ewood Park.

Rovers lose 1-2, but still and historical document, gives an idea of Ewood Park befiore it was rebuilt.

12,000 average in the 70s and 9,000 average in the 80s made more noise than the 25,000 average of the modern Ewood Park.
http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=kfWGvO2NP
Fs

Steve Archibald-Blackburn Rovers, 1987 - 1988.
http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=xsxGzEfXp
CI

I was at the Ewood Park. Always liked Don Mackay, too.

Full Members Cup Final1987.
Some great images and memories - really good vid. Rovers finally took 30,000 to Wembley, Charlton took 10,000 from accross London.
http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=psbzH_e99
tY&feature=related
Blackburn Rovers v Sheffield United, 1970, Ewood Park. Rovers lose 1-2, but still and historical document, gives an idea of Ewood Park befiore it was rebuilt. 12,000 average in the 70s and 9,000 average in the 80s made more noise than the 25,000 average of the modern Ewood Park. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=kfWGvO2NP Fs Steve Archibald-Blackburn Rovers, 1987 - 1988. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=xsxGzEfXp CI I was at the Ewood Park. Always liked Don Mackay, too. Full Members Cup Final1987. Some great images and memories - really good vid. Rovers finally took 30,000 to Wembley, Charlton took 10,000 from accross London. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=psbzH_e99 tY&feature=related Melanie :-)
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1:16pm Fri 30 Mar 12

vintageclaret says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Blackburn Rovers v Sheffield United, 1970, Ewood Park. Rovers lose 1-2, but still and historical document, gives an idea of Ewood Park befiore it was rebuilt. 12,000 average in the 70s and 9,000 average in the 80s made more noise than the 25,000 average of the modern Ewood Park. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=kfWGvO2NP Fs Steve Archibald-Blackburn Rovers, 1987 - 1988. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=xsxGzEfXp CI I was at the Ewood Park. Always liked Don Mackay, too. Full Members Cup Final1987. Some great images and memories - really good vid. Rovers finally took 30,000 to Wembley, Charlton took 10,000 from accross London. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=psbzH_e99 tY&feature=relat
ed
Further to your recent comment which appears to have been deleted instantly courtesy of your prosaic language:-

No thank you I am particular about who I share body fluids with. As for being boring there are none moreso than your obviously plagiarised statistics so would suggest you take your own advice
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers v Sheffield United, 1970, Ewood Park. Rovers lose 1-2, but still and historical document, gives an idea of Ewood Park befiore it was rebuilt. 12,000 average in the 70s and 9,000 average in the 80s made more noise than the 25,000 average of the modern Ewood Park. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=kfWGvO2NP Fs Steve Archibald-Blackburn Rovers, 1987 - 1988. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=xsxGzEfXp CI I was at the Ewood Park. Always liked Don Mackay, too. Full Members Cup Final1987. Some great images and memories - really good vid. Rovers finally took 30,000 to Wembley, Charlton took 10,000 from accross London. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=psbzH_e99 tY&feature=relat ed[/p][/quote]Further to your recent comment which appears to have been deleted instantly courtesy of your prosaic language:- No thank you I am particular about who I share body fluids with. As for being boring there are none moreso than your obviously plagiarised statistics so would suggest you take your own advice vintageclaret
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2:29pm Fri 30 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"?

Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound?

So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect?

WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!???

"PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!????

WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY.


Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics""

Blackburn Rovers FC
http://www.european-
football-statistics.
co.uk/attnclub/blar.
htm

Burnley FC
http://www.european-
football-statistics.
co.uk/attnclub/burn.
htm

You are a silly-little-man.
What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"? Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound? So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect? WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!??? "PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!???? WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY. Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics"" Blackburn Rovers FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm Burnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm You are a silly-little-man. Melanie :-)
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2:52pm Fri 30 Mar 12

Ted Maul says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
will12 wrote: OMG !!!!! Mines bigger than yours !!!! You have more than us!!!! We're harder than you !!!! Are we talking about an under 18's Youth Game or who beat who up ???? And for the record, B"£$%^&&am
p;am p;am p;d's never have, never will, bring 15-18k to the Turf !!!!! And you haved dragged me in to lower myself !!! And am I too old too remember you lot were in a lower League than us for a while, and if I remember rightly use to survive on 3k at home games when in the old 3rd Division !!! Yes we have took different paths since JW put his money, shame his family weren't as supportive, and sold out to the Venga Boys !!!! But just kick back and look at a Club with silly money, City, wonder if you gloat in envy at them lol, looks like JW sold you to the only bidder !!! And I am a Claret who lost the interest of attending games because over-priced-over-rat ed fairies play the beautiful game now, but cut me and I bleed Claret blood !!!!! But watching the "on my lord, the only Teams that play the game hail from the fantasy fairy premiership " !!!!! makes me projectile vomit !!! Would love to see these fairies up aganst the likes of Waldron, Merrington, Blant, Bremner, Chopper Harris and the Norman Hunter's of this World, now that was a man's game, and now boy's play it, because it can't be too phyisical because someone might throw the toys out of the pram !!! Rant over !!!! Wish I hadn't bothered, what a waste of my time ranting !!! But we together have a bigger enemy within our towns !!! oop I shouldn't have said that !!!!
Look who's talking about who's willy is bigger than who's. The same tired old B*rnley myth's - again. Let me bust them for you, sunshine. Rovers average attendances in in Div. 3: 1980: 10.311 1975: 12.651 1974: 7.432 1973: 9.214 1972: 8.256 B*rnley in Div 3 for roughly the same period: 1985: 4.177 1984: 6.625 1982: 6.936 1981: 6.469 BRFC in the Championship: 2001: 20.740 2000: 19.253 bfc in the Championship: 2001: 16.442 2000: 12.937 Interestingly, the year B*rnley won the 1st Division Championship: BRFC - 1960: 27.299 bfc - 1960: 26.978 The truth is out there...
I take back my invitation for us to marry your parents. This decision has been reached due to the following reasons a) In the way you show your feminine attributes by your postings there is the high probability people won't be able to get a word in edgeways, so our Vicar has declined. b) Secondly you must have, or still having computer courses to glean your facts from the internet and you will be tied up. This latter I hope is by a gag round your mouth which is needed judging from your implied foul language. I would suggest that you now stop posting and go back to what appear to be your favourite past times and drag Slimy with you so you can both leave a trail along the ground. Also not forhgetting Tedmaul he can indulge his favourite occupation with you i.e. back door camping
ok Vintage you strange little chap...I'll honour you with a response...

What's with the desperate pleas for my attention you needy freak?

It appears I have a stalker. Albeit a genetically challenged, semi
literate one. Just don't start going through my bins.

Can't wait for one of your trademark drawn out, badly spelt soul-crushingly dull comebacks.

On second thoughts, don't bother, you're not in my league & I've already wasted too much time on you.

Have a nice day you silly little dingle.
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]will12[/bold] wrote: OMG !!!!! Mines bigger than yours !!!! You have more than us!!!! We're harder than you !!!! Are we talking about an under 18's Youth Game or who beat who up ???? And for the record, B"£$%^&&am p;am p;am p;d's never have, never will, bring 15-18k to the Turf !!!!! And you haved dragged me in to lower myself !!! And am I too old too remember you lot were in a lower League than us for a while, and if I remember rightly use to survive on 3k at home games when in the old 3rd Division !!! Yes we have took different paths since JW put his money, shame his family weren't as supportive, and sold out to the Venga Boys !!!! But just kick back and look at a Club with silly money, City, wonder if you gloat in envy at them lol, looks like JW sold you to the only bidder !!! And I am a Claret who lost the interest of attending games because over-priced-over-rat ed fairies play the beautiful game now, but cut me and I bleed Claret blood !!!!! But watching the "on my lord, the only Teams that play the game hail from the fantasy fairy premiership " !!!!! makes me projectile vomit !!! Would love to see these fairies up aganst the likes of Waldron, Merrington, Blant, Bremner, Chopper Harris and the Norman Hunter's of this World, now that was a man's game, and now boy's play it, because it can't be too phyisical because someone might throw the toys out of the pram !!! Rant over !!!! Wish I hadn't bothered, what a waste of my time ranting !!! But we together have a bigger enemy within our towns !!! oop I shouldn't have said that !!!![/p][/quote]Look who's talking about who's willy is bigger than who's. The same tired old B*rnley myth's - again. Let me bust them for you, sunshine. Rovers average attendances in in Div. 3: 1980: 10.311 1975: 12.651 1974: 7.432 1973: 9.214 1972: 8.256 B*rnley in Div 3 for roughly the same period: 1985: 4.177 1984: 6.625 1982: 6.936 1981: 6.469 BRFC in the Championship: 2001: 20.740 2000: 19.253 bfc in the Championship: 2001: 16.442 2000: 12.937 Interestingly, the year B*rnley won the 1st Division Championship: BRFC - 1960: 27.299 bfc - 1960: 26.978 The truth is out there...[/p][/quote]I take back my invitation for us to marry your parents. This decision has been reached due to the following reasons a) In the way you show your feminine attributes by your postings there is the high probability people won't be able to get a word in edgeways, so our Vicar has declined. b) Secondly you must have, or still having computer courses to glean your facts from the internet and you will be tied up. This latter I hope is by a gag round your mouth which is needed judging from your implied foul language. I would suggest that you now stop posting and go back to what appear to be your favourite past times and drag Slimy with you so you can both leave a trail along the ground. Also not forhgetting Tedmaul he can indulge his favourite occupation with you i.e. back door camping[/p][/quote]ok Vintage you strange little chap...I'll honour you with a response... What's with the desperate pleas for my attention you needy freak? It appears I have a stalker. Albeit a genetically challenged, semi literate one. Just don't start going through my bins. Can't wait for one of your trademark drawn out, badly spelt soul-crushingly dull comebacks. On second thoughts, don't bother, you're not in my league & I've already wasted too much time on you. Have a nice day you silly little dingle. Ted Maul
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4:17pm Fri 30 Mar 12

vintageclaret says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"? Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound? So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect? WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!??? "PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!???? WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY. Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics"" Blackburn Rovers FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm Burnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm You are a silly-little-man.
Plagiarism is defined in dictionaries as the wrongful appropriation,close imitation, or purloining and publication of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and the representation of them as one's own original work. In the same manner I have done here.

So most of your posts you try to give the impression as "Knowing everything" So above should put you right as to why I placed "Plagiarised" and the above should nullify your attempts at sarcastic wit.
)
)
Plagiarism is not a crime per se but is disapproved more on the grounds of moral offence. This latter refers to giving moral offence which is what you do with your inferred language.

Added to the above and for the benefit of TedMaul;

a) I am neither little nor a stalker, never have been never will.
b) Neither am I silly. On the contrary my greater intelligence than yours is shown by my having no need to resort to inferred swearing in the manner which you do.
b) My postings as a fan are on a BFC threads, whereas yourself and the other characer (who constantly uses various pseudonyms) are forever coming on BFC threads instead of sticking to your own little world.

So I repeat your words to you go away silly, little, boring, foul-mouthed people. Crawl back to the pit you belong in
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"? Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound? So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect? WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!??? "PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!???? WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY. Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics"" Blackburn Rovers FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm Burnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm You are a silly-little-man.[/p][/quote]Plagiarism is defined in dictionaries as the wrongful appropriation,close imitation, or purloining and publication of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and the representation of them as one's own original work. In the same manner I have done here. So most of your posts you try to give the impression as "Knowing everything" So above should put you right as to why I placed "Plagiarised" and the above should nullify your attempts at sarcastic wit. ) ) Plagiarism is not a crime per se but is disapproved more on the grounds of moral offence. This latter refers to giving moral offence which is what you do with your inferred language. Added to the above and for the benefit of TedMaul; a) I am neither little nor a stalker, never have been never will. b) Neither am I silly. On the contrary my greater intelligence than yours is shown by my having no need to resort to inferred swearing in the manner which you do. b) My postings as a fan are on a BFC threads, whereas yourself and the other characer (who constantly uses various pseudonyms) are forever coming on BFC threads instead of sticking to your own little world. So I repeat your words to you go away silly, little, boring, foul-mouthed people. Crawl back to the pit you belong in vintageclaret
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5:29pm Fri 30 Mar 12

philmoulden says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"? Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound? So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect? WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!??? "PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!???? WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY. Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics"" Blackburn Rovers FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm Burnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm You are a silly-little-man.
Plagiarism is defined in dictionaries as the wrongful appropriation,close imitation, or purloining and publication of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and the representation of them as one's own original work. In the same manner I have done here.

So most of your posts you try to give the impression as "Knowing everything" So above should put you right as to why I placed "Plagiarised" and the above should nullify your attempts at sarcastic wit.
)
)
Plagiarism is not a crime per se but is disapproved more on the grounds of moral offence. This latter refers to giving moral offence which is what you do with your inferred language.

Added to the above and for the benefit of TedMaul;

a) I am neither little nor a stalker, never have been never will.
b) Neither am I silly. On the contrary my greater intelligence than yours is shown by my having no need to resort to inferred swearing in the manner which you do.
b) My postings as a fan are on a BFC threads, whereas yourself and the other characer (who constantly uses various pseudonyms) are forever coming on BFC threads instead of sticking to your own little world.

So I repeat your words to you go away silly, little, boring, foul-mouthed people. Crawl back to the pit you belong in
this thread is actually on both , all this has surfaced because of yet another defeat for bfc ,no matter how you put it ,facts speak louder than words .
ALWAYS IN OUR SHADOW
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"? Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound? So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect? WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!??? "PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!???? WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY. Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics"" Blackburn Rovers FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm Burnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm You are a silly-little-man.[/p][/quote]Plagiarism is defined in dictionaries as the wrongful appropriation,close imitation, or purloining and publication of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and the representation of them as one's own original work. In the same manner I have done here. So most of your posts you try to give the impression as "Knowing everything" So above should put you right as to why I placed "Plagiarised" and the above should nullify your attempts at sarcastic wit. ) ) Plagiarism is not a crime per se but is disapproved more on the grounds of moral offence. This latter refers to giving moral offence which is what you do with your inferred language. Added to the above and for the benefit of TedMaul; a) I am neither little nor a stalker, never have been never will. b) Neither am I silly. On the contrary my greater intelligence than yours is shown by my having no need to resort to inferred swearing in the manner which you do. b) My postings as a fan are on a BFC threads, whereas yourself and the other characer (who constantly uses various pseudonyms) are forever coming on BFC threads instead of sticking to your own little world. So I repeat your words to you go away silly, little, boring, foul-mouthed people. Crawl back to the pit you belong in[/p][/quote]this thread is actually on both , all this has surfaced because of yet another defeat for bfc ,no matter how you put it ,facts speak louder than words . ALWAYS IN OUR SHADOW philmoulden
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5:38pm Fri 30 Mar 12

Ted Maul says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote: What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"? Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound? So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect? WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!??? "PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!???? WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY. Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics"" Blackburn Rovers FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm Burnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm You are a silly-little-man.
Plagiarism is defined in dictionaries as the wrongful appropriation,close imitation, or purloining and publication of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and the representation of them as one's own original work. In the same manner I have done here. So most of your posts you try to give the impression as "Knowing everything" So above should put you right as to why I placed "Plagiarised" and the above should nullify your attempts at sarcastic wit. ) ) Plagiarism is not a crime per se but is disapproved more on the grounds of moral offence. This latter refers to giving moral offence which is what you do with your inferred language. Added to the above and for the benefit of TedMaul; a) I am neither little nor a stalker, never have been never will. b) Neither am I silly. On the contrary my greater intelligence than yours is shown by my having no need to resort to inferred swearing in the manner which you do. b) My postings as a fan are on a BFC threads, whereas yourself and the other characer (who constantly uses various pseudonyms) are forever coming on BFC threads instead of sticking to your own little world. So I repeat your words to you go away silly, little, boring, foul-mouthed people. Crawl back to the pit you belong in
Calm down petal & Stop being so morally outraged.

You're showing yourself up. Like a ginned up old crone ranting about her recycling bin.

I'm actually embarrassed for you.

Seriously. I've noticed the more wound up you get, the worse your grammar gets. Take a deep breath before you post.

That way you might avoid posting paranoid rambling nonsense like the above.

And you never post on the Rovers threads do you eh? Me thinks the lady doth protest too much...
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"? Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound? So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect? WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!??? "PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!???? WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY. Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics"" Blackburn Rovers FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm Burnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm You are a silly-little-man.[/p][/quote]Plagiarism is defined in dictionaries as the wrongful appropriation,close imitation, or purloining and publication of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and the representation of them as one's own original work. In the same manner I have done here. So most of your posts you try to give the impression as "Knowing everything" So above should put you right as to why I placed "Plagiarised" and the above should nullify your attempts at sarcastic wit. ) ) Plagiarism is not a crime per se but is disapproved more on the grounds of moral offence. This latter refers to giving moral offence which is what you do with your inferred language. Added to the above and for the benefit of TedMaul; a) I am neither little nor a stalker, never have been never will. b) Neither am I silly. On the contrary my greater intelligence than yours is shown by my having no need to resort to inferred swearing in the manner which you do. b) My postings as a fan are on a BFC threads, whereas yourself and the other characer (who constantly uses various pseudonyms) are forever coming on BFC threads instead of sticking to your own little world. So I repeat your words to you go away silly, little, boring, foul-mouthed people. Crawl back to the pit you belong in[/p][/quote]Calm down petal & Stop being so morally outraged. You're showing yourself up. Like a ginned up old crone ranting about her recycling bin. I'm actually embarrassed for you. Seriously. I've noticed the more wound up you get, the worse your grammar gets. Take a deep breath before you post. That way you might avoid posting paranoid rambling nonsense like the above. And you never post on the Rovers threads do you eh? Me thinks the lady doth protest too much... Ted Maul
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7:10pm Fri 30 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"? Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound? So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect? WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!??? "PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!???? WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY. Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics"" Blackburn Rovers FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm Burnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm You are a silly-little-man.
Plagiarism is defined in dictionaries as the wrongful appropriation,close imitation, or purloining and publication of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and the representation of them as one's own original work. In the same manner I have done here.

So most of your posts you try to give the impression as "Knowing everything" So above should put you right as to why I placed "Plagiarised" and the above should nullify your attempts at sarcastic wit.
)
)
Plagiarism is not a crime per se but is disapproved more on the grounds of moral offence. This latter refers to giving moral offence which is what you do with your inferred language.

Added to the above and for the benefit of TedMaul;

a) I am neither little nor a stalker, never have been never will.
b) Neither am I silly. On the contrary my greater intelligence than yours is shown by my having no need to resort to inferred swearing in the manner which you do.
b) My postings as a fan are on a BFC threads, whereas yourself and the other characer (who constantly uses various pseudonyms) are forever coming on BFC threads instead of sticking to your own little world.

So I repeat your words to you go away silly, little, boring, foul-mouthed people. Crawl back to the pit you belong in
By your definition i still do not see how i have plagiarised the stat's. You are making no sense.

Are you saying that any researcher that uses stat's to qualify their analysis - is a plagiarist? Are you really saying that?

Are you saying that any researcher that reads other sources in order to verify the veracity or authenticate an hypotheses is plagiarising?

This is astonishing buffoonery even by your standards.

The further one engages with a Dingle, the further down the rabbit hole one goes.

This is B*rnley parallel universe syndrome. Alice in Wonderland topsy-turvey logic.

I have compared and contrasted Rovers average attendance figures for specific season's compared with B*rnley's. Simple. Nothing plagiarised about that.

By your own dictionary definition, you are now contradicting yourself, again.

Accept the facts. Accepts the stat's. Stop relying on B*rnley folklore.

You are a court jester; a popinjay. You think you are intelligent, you mine quotes and ideas and pass them off as your own thoughts.

You think you are being dry with your understated droll sense of humour but it lacks weight.

You think you are funny but as as already been pointed out, you are soul crushingly dull.
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"? Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound? So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect? WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!??? "PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!???? WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY. Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics"" Blackburn Rovers FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm Burnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm You are a silly-little-man.[/p][/quote]Plagiarism is defined in dictionaries as the wrongful appropriation,close imitation, or purloining and publication of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and the representation of them as one's own original work. In the same manner I have done here. So most of your posts you try to give the impression as "Knowing everything" So above should put you right as to why I placed "Plagiarised" and the above should nullify your attempts at sarcastic wit. ) ) Plagiarism is not a crime per se but is disapproved more on the grounds of moral offence. This latter refers to giving moral offence which is what you do with your inferred language. Added to the above and for the benefit of TedMaul; a) I am neither little nor a stalker, never have been never will. b) Neither am I silly. On the contrary my greater intelligence than yours is shown by my having no need to resort to inferred swearing in the manner which you do. b) My postings as a fan are on a BFC threads, whereas yourself and the other characer (who constantly uses various pseudonyms) are forever coming on BFC threads instead of sticking to your own little world. So I repeat your words to you go away silly, little, boring, foul-mouthed people. Crawl back to the pit you belong in[/p][/quote]By your definition i still do not see how i have plagiarised the stat's. You are making no sense. Are you saying that any researcher that uses stat's to qualify their analysis - is a plagiarist? Are you really saying that? Are you saying that any researcher that reads other sources in order to verify the veracity or authenticate an hypotheses is plagiarising? This is astonishing buffoonery even by your standards. The further one engages with a Dingle, the further down the rabbit hole one goes. This is B*rnley parallel universe syndrome. Alice in Wonderland topsy-turvey logic. I have compared and contrasted Rovers average attendance figures for specific season's compared with B*rnley's. Simple. Nothing plagiarised about that. By your own dictionary definition, you are now contradicting yourself, again. Accept the facts. Accepts the stat's. Stop relying on B*rnley folklore. You are a court jester; a popinjay. You think you are intelligent, you mine quotes and ideas and pass them off as your own thoughts. You think you are being dry with your understated droll sense of humour but it lacks weight. You think you are funny but as as already been pointed out, you are soul crushingly dull. Melanie :-)
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7:14pm Fri 30 Mar 12

Cuttingsky says...

Ted Maul wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote: What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"? Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound? So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect? WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!??? "PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!???? WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY. Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics"" Blackburn Rovers FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm Burnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm You are a silly-little-man.
Plagiarism is defined in dictionaries as the wrongful appropriation,close imitation, or purloining and publication of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and the representation of them as one's own original work. In the same manner I have done here. So most of your posts you try to give the impression as "Knowing everything" So above should put you right as to why I placed "Plagiarised" and the above should nullify your attempts at sarcastic wit. ) ) Plagiarism is not a crime per se but is disapproved more on the grounds of moral offence. This latter refers to giving moral offence which is what you do with your inferred language. Added to the above and for the benefit of TedMaul; a) I am neither little nor a stalker, never have been never will. b) Neither am I silly. On the contrary my greater intelligence than yours is shown by my having no need to resort to inferred swearing in the manner which you do. b) My postings as a fan are on a BFC threads, whereas yourself and the other characer (who constantly uses various pseudonyms) are forever coming on BFC threads instead of sticking to your own little world. So I repeat your words to you go away silly, little, boring, foul-mouthed people. Crawl back to the pit you belong in
Calm down petal & Stop being so morally outraged.

You're showing yourself up. Like a ginned up old crone ranting about her recycling bin.

I'm actually embarrassed for you.

Seriously. I've noticed the more wound up you get, the worse your grammar gets. Take a deep breath before you post.

That way you might avoid posting paranoid rambling nonsense like the above.

And you never post on the Rovers threads do you eh? Me thinks the lady doth protest too much...
Can one assume one is a Burnley supporter?
You, like many posting comments here, have appeared to have lost the thread somewhat.
The article is about Blackburn Youth beating Burnley Youth, some would say square and fair.
Stick to the point dear chap.
Toodle pip, me thinks!
[quote][p][bold]Ted Maul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: What om Earth are you talking about? "Plagiarised statistics"? Have you any idea how stupid that make's you sound? So - if i made them up they would be correct but because i have taken them from sourced material they are incorrect? WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU JABBERING ON ABOUT!!!??? "PLAGARISED STATISTICS"!!!!???? WHAT A SILLY STUPID THING TO SAY. Sources for my ""plagiarised statistics"" Blackburn Rovers FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/blar. htm Burnley FC http://www.european- football-statistics. co.uk/attnclub/burn. htm You are a silly-little-man.[/p][/quote]Plagiarism is defined in dictionaries as the wrongful appropriation,close imitation, or purloining and publication of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and the representation of them as one's own original work. In the same manner I have done here. So most of your posts you try to give the impression as "Knowing everything" So above should put you right as to why I placed "Plagiarised" and the above should nullify your attempts at sarcastic wit. ) ) Plagiarism is not a crime per se but is disapproved more on the grounds of moral offence. This latter refers to giving moral offence which is what you do with your inferred language. Added to the above and for the benefit of TedMaul; a) I am neither little nor a stalker, never have been never will. b) Neither am I silly. On the contrary my greater intelligence than yours is shown by my having no need to resort to inferred swearing in the manner which you do. b) My postings as a fan are on a BFC threads, whereas yourself and the other characer (who constantly uses various pseudonyms) are forever coming on BFC threads instead of sticking to your own little world. So I repeat your words to you go away silly, little, boring, foul-mouthed people. Crawl back to the pit you belong in[/p][/quote]Calm down petal & Stop being so morally outraged. You're showing yourself up. Like a ginned up old crone ranting about her recycling bin. I'm actually embarrassed for you. Seriously. I've noticed the more wound up you get, the worse your grammar gets. Take a deep breath before you post. That way you might avoid posting paranoid rambling nonsense like the above. And you never post on the Rovers threads do you eh? Me thinks the lady doth protest too much...[/p][/quote]Can one assume one is a Burnley supporter? You, like many posting comments here, have appeared to have lost the thread somewhat. The article is about Blackburn Youth beating Burnley Youth, some would say square and fair. Stick to the point dear chap. Toodle pip, me thinks! Cuttingsky
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7:46pm Fri 30 Mar 12

Ted Maul says...

Is that aimed at me? I'm not a Bonleh fan, I have a full complement of both chromosomes and teeth.

You assumed wrong sir.

Bally Ho.
Is that aimed at me? I'm not a Bonleh fan, I have a full complement of both chromosomes and teeth. You assumed wrong sir. Bally Ho. Ted Maul
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12:29pm Sat 31 Mar 12

Melanie :-) says...

Looks like the Dingles have stopped talking Dingle doodoo.
Looks like the Dingles have stopped talking Dingle doodoo. Melanie :-)
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