Blackburn Rovers and Burnley Premier League podcast week 21

Lancashire Telegraph: Blackburn Rovers and Burnley Premier League podcast week 21 Blackburn Rovers and Burnley Premier League podcast week 21

Owen Coyle comes under fire from the Telegraph sportsdesk in this week's fiery Premier League podcast.

Sports Editor Paul Plunkett is joined by Andy Cryer, Matt Donlan and Chris Flanagan to discuss the Burnley manager walking out on the club to join rivals Bolton.

Is it a good move? Will Burnley - or Bolton - go down now? And who's next for the Clarets' hot-seat?

And the team also look at Blackburn's game against moneybags Manchester City on Monday, and question whether the game's billionaires are killing football.

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9:28pm Fri 8 Jan 10

Rushie says...

We need to draw a line in the sand and get this pillock out of our club. Hit it long, hit it hard and hit it high...its primative, crude and negative football. The man lacks style, he operates by smoke and mirrors and has created an 'aura' that survival will be an achievement which was never the case.

He is ruining good footballers and asking them to play a style of football which is fundamentally different to what they know. There is one reason why we are not scoring goals and that is the tactics - fact.

This is not a style of football to get us out of a sticky situation - this is it, it won't get any better. The signing of Diouf epitomises the manager.

Is there any support to drive him out similair to what happened at Bolton?
We need to draw a line in the sand and get this pillock out of our club. Hit it long, hit it hard and hit it high...its primative, crude and negative football. The man lacks style, he operates by smoke and mirrors and has created an 'aura' that survival will be an achievement which was never the case. He is ruining good footballers and asking them to play a style of football which is fundamentally different to what they know. There is one reason why we are not scoring goals and that is the tactics - fact. This is not a style of football to get us out of a sticky situation - this is it, it won't get any better. The signing of Diouf epitomises the manager. Is there any support to drive him out similair to what happened at Bolton? Rushie

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