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Tough start holds no fear for excited Rovers manager

Lancashire Telegraph: Gary Bowyer Gary Bowyer

GARY Bowyer admits Blackburn Rovers have been handed a testing start to the Championship season – but it is one that has left him brimming with excitement.

Rovers will face Cardiff, Norwich, Wolves, Wigan, Derby and Fulham in their opening eight matches.

They are all teams Bowyer believes will be battling for promotion come the end of the 2014-15 campaign.

But the upbeat Rovers boss is relishing the prospect of taking them on.

“On paper it does look tough,” said Bowyer, whose side finished last season unbeaten in 12 matches and just two points outside of the play-offs.

“But you’ve got to play those teams at some point so why not at the start? It will be tough no matter when we play them.

“What it does show – and I said this at the end of the season – is that the Championship has got stronger.

“You look at the money some of the clubs are spending, including Cardiff, and it shows just how competitive this league is going to be.

“But it’s exciting and we can’t wait to get the season going now.

“We’ve just got to prepare correctly and do everything we possibly can to make sure we are as competitive as we were toward the end of last season.”

Rovers will kick off the Football League campaign on Friday, August 8 with a home game against relegated Cardiff City that will be shown live on Sky Sports.

And it is a game that has really got Bowyer’s pulse racing.

“It’s going to be a great fixture against one of the boys who have dropped out of the Premiership,” said Bowyer, whose squad includes former Bluebirds Rudy Gestede and Craig Conway.

“And the fact that it’s live on Sky on a Friday night and that it will literally kick off the whole English football season just adds to the excitement.”

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9:30am Thu 19 Jun 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

Her we go bla bla bla from bowyer.

Out with the Cowboys and Indians.
Her we go bla bla bla from bowyer. Out with the Cowboys and Indians. .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: -31

9:31am Thu 19 Jun 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

here
here .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: -22

9:31am Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Bowyer Out!
Bowyer Out! Super Claret
  • Score: -28

9:38am Thu 19 Jun 14

Mr Ted Maul says...

You dingles are feeble.
You dingles are feeble. Mr Ted Maul
  • Score: 16

9:41am Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

If a Dingle wants Bowyer out then he must be doing something right. It's almost as if they don't believe in their own 'success' of second place in the second tier and spend their time nervously looking over their shoulders. Poor little 6 ingered inbreds.

Back on to issue - initially I thought a tough start, though at the end of the day if you're going to win it, might as well set the tempo at the start.
If a Dingle wants Bowyer out then he must be doing something right. It's almost as if they don't believe in their own 'success' of second place in the second tier and spend their time nervously looking over their shoulders. Poor little 6 ingered inbreds. Back on to issue - initially I thought a tough start, though at the end of the day if you're going to win it, might as well set the tempo at the start. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 22

9:50am Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

2 points from your first 5 games will see the pressure on Gary Bowyer like never before.

Expect to hear the first rumblings of discontent following your defeat at Wolves... "BOWYER OUT", and with Wigan, Derby and Fulham to follow there is little chance he'll still be in a job come October.

What a shambles.
2 points from your first 5 games will see the pressure on Gary Bowyer like never before. Expect to hear the first rumblings of discontent following your defeat at Wolves... "BOWYER OUT", and with Wigan, Derby and Fulham to follow there is little chance he'll still be in a job come October. What a shambles. Super Claret
  • Score: -20

9:50am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Her we go bla bla bla from bowyer.

Out with the Cowboys and Indians.
Let's wait and see what Sean Douche has got to say post-match against Chelsea
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Her we go bla bla bla from bowyer. Out with the Cowboys and Indians.[/p][/quote]Let's wait and see what Sean Douche has got to say post-match against Chelsea Rovers 1495
  • Score: 16

9:52am Thu 19 Jun 14

Warnie says...

My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.
My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn. Warnie
  • Score: -18

10:09am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovers.1875 says...

Warnie wrote:
My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.
Talk about budgets...

Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00
Same value today: £43,402,500.00

Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00
Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37

Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??
[quote][p][bold]Warnie[/bold] wrote: My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.[/p][/quote]Talk about budgets... Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00 Same value today: £43,402,500.00 Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00 Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37 Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh?? Rovers.1875
  • Score: 24

10:11am Thu 19 Jun 14

Steven Seagull says...

Rovers 1495 wrote:
.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Her we go bla bla bla from bowyer.

Out with the Cowboys and Indians.
Let's wait and see what Sean Douche has got to say post-match against Chelsea
The only chance you might get of playing Chelsea again in your lifetime will be if no-dads somehow miracle their way past Scunthorpe in round 1 of the capital one cup.
I'll say that again just in case you didn't catch it.....ROUND 1 OF THE CAPITAL ONE CUP.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Her we go bla bla bla from bowyer. Out with the Cowboys and Indians.[/p][/quote]Let's wait and see what Sean Douche has got to say post-match against Chelsea[/p][/quote]The only chance you might get of playing Chelsea again in your lifetime will be if no-dads somehow miracle their way past Scunthorpe in round 1 of the capital one cup. I'll say that again just in case you didn't catch it.....ROUND 1 OF THE CAPITAL ONE CUP. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -11

10:13am Thu 19 Jun 14

Steven Seagull says...

Rovers.1875 wrote:
Warnie wrote:
My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.
Talk about budgets...

Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00
Same value today: £43,402,500.00

Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00
Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37

Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??
Maybe. We'll just have to wait and see.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers.1875[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Warnie[/bold] wrote: My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.[/p][/quote]Talk about budgets... Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00 Same value today: £43,402,500.00 Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00 Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37 Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??[/p][/quote]Maybe. We'll just have to wait and see. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -5

10:13am Thu 19 Jun 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Tell you what you have to feel sorry for Diego Costa. First he is knocked out of the World Cup with Spain, then his first game with Chelsea will be at the dump that is Turd Moor. What the hell he will think of England when he arrives at the ground, also add to that The Hills Have Eyes lot giving him grief as well. Down by Christmas Dingles
Tell you what you have to feel sorry for Diego Costa. First he is knocked out of the World Cup with Spain, then his first game with Chelsea will be at the dump that is Turd Moor. What the hell he will think of England when he arrives at the ground, also add to that The Hills Have Eyes lot giving him grief as well. Down by Christmas Dingles George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: 17

10:14am Thu 19 Jun 14

steralc says...

You are doomed
Doomed I tell thee
Doomed
You are doomed Doomed I tell thee Doomed steralc
  • Score: -12

10:14am Thu 19 Jun 14

owd nick says...

Just had a look at the dingles fixtures, honestly can't see them picking up a single point in the first 10 games.

But at least their board will be able to afford their fat cat cigars and new mercs of the back of their rip off ST prices.
Just had a look at the dingles fixtures, honestly can't see them picking up a single point in the first 10 games. But at least their board will be able to afford their fat cat cigars and new mercs of the back of their rip off ST prices. owd nick
  • Score: 12

10:15am Thu 19 Jun 14

GAZHAY says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Rovers 1495 wrote:
.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Her we go bla bla bla from bowyer.

Out with the Cowboys and Indians.
Let's wait and see what Sean Douche has got to say post-match against Chelsea
The only chance you might get of playing Chelsea again in your lifetime will be if no-dads somehow miracle their way past Scunthorpe in round 1 of the capital one cup.
I'll say that again just in case you didn't catch it.....ROUND 1 OF THE CAPITAL ONE CUP.
It will be a miracle as Chelsea won't be in the 2nd round you thick dingle!!!
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Her we go bla bla bla from bowyer. Out with the Cowboys and Indians.[/p][/quote]Let's wait and see what Sean Douche has got to say post-match against Chelsea[/p][/quote]The only chance you might get of playing Chelsea again in your lifetime will be if no-dads somehow miracle their way past Scunthorpe in round 1 of the capital one cup. I'll say that again just in case you didn't catch it.....ROUND 1 OF THE CAPITAL ONE CUP.[/p][/quote]It will be a miracle as Chelsea won't be in the 2nd round you thick dingle!!! GAZHAY
  • Score: 16

10:19am Thu 19 Jun 14

owd nick says...

And as for Rovers?

Well, we have to play every club twice in the season so it doesn't matter when really does it?

The season doesn't start for a while and the World Cup is in full flow, second test starts tomorrow, then we have Wimbledon, The Open, and a host of other sports to follow.

Come the end of July I will start to get a little more excited.
And as for Rovers? Well, we have to play every club twice in the season so it doesn't matter when really does it? The season doesn't start for a while and the World Cup is in full flow, second test starts tomorrow, then we have Wimbledon, The Open, and a host of other sports to follow. Come the end of July I will start to get a little more excited. owd nick
  • Score: 7

10:30am Thu 19 Jun 14

Stretch_22 says...

It always irks me when managers say they have a tough set of fixtures, as Bowyer says, you have to play everyone twice, so just crack on and lets go up the league!
It always irks me when managers say they have a tough set of fixtures, as Bowyer says, you have to play everyone twice, so just crack on and lets go up the league! Stretch_22
  • Score: 6

10:32am Thu 19 Jun 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

owd nick says

The season doesn't start for a while and the World Cup is in full flow, second test starts tomorrow, then we have Wimbledon, The Open, and a host of other sports to follow.

So this is what the tax payer pays for a job-less Mill Hill gimp sat at home watching TV all day.
Probably drinking cheap cider aswel.
owd nick says The season doesn't start for a while and the World Cup is in full flow, second test starts tomorrow, then we have Wimbledon, The Open, and a host of other sports to follow. So this is what the tax payer pays for a job-less Mill Hill gimp sat at home watching TV all day. Probably drinking cheap cider aswel. .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: -7

10:56am Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Rovers.1875 wrote:
Warnie wrote:
My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.
Talk about budgets...

Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00
Same value today: £43,402,500.00

Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00
Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37

Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??
Blackburn Rovers spending back in the days of Jack Walker was well in excess of £100million.

He spent over £30million on the football ground and training facilities alone. He bankrolled extravagant signings year on year, and he paid obscene wages over many, many seasons. The fact that you don't know this shows how uneducated you are in general football terms.

In this day and age, in terms of the demand pull inflation of the world of football business, which incidentally is completely different to the core inflation comparison on which you base your figures (taken I suspect from your googling of inflation figures from 1994), would put that spending somewhere in the region of £500million, given the equivalent cost of a player such as Alan Shearer for example. Do you really see a 30 goal a season England international striker being bought for an equivalent £5.5million in the Premier League today? Your "calculations" are simply nonsense.

I suggest you go away, calm down and then look into getting yourself an education, because you've just made yourself look like a moron.

Get back in your box no-dad.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers.1875[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Warnie[/bold] wrote: My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.[/p][/quote]Talk about budgets... Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00 Same value today: £43,402,500.00 Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00 Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37 Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers spending back in the days of Jack Walker was well in excess of £100million. He spent over £30million on the football ground and training facilities alone. He bankrolled extravagant signings year on year, and he paid obscene wages over many, many seasons. The fact that you don't know this shows how uneducated you are in general football terms. In this day and age, in terms of the demand pull inflation of the world of football business, which incidentally is completely different to the core inflation comparison on which you base your figures (taken I suspect from your googling of inflation figures from 1994), would put that spending somewhere in the region of £500million, given the equivalent cost of a player such as Alan Shearer for example. Do you really see a 30 goal a season England international striker being bought for an equivalent £5.5million in the Premier League today? Your "calculations" are simply nonsense. I suggest you go away, calm down and then look into getting yourself an education, because you've just made yourself look like a moron. Get back in your box no-dad. Super Claret
  • Score: -12

11:17am Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

Super Claret wrote:
Rovers.1875 wrote:
Warnie wrote:
My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.
Talk about budgets...

Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00
Same value today: £43,402,500.00

Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00
Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37

Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??
Blackburn Rovers spending back in the days of Jack Walker was well in excess of £100million.

He spent over £30million on the football ground and training facilities alone. He bankrolled extravagant signings year on year, and he paid obscene wages over many, many seasons. The fact that you don't know this shows how uneducated you are in general football terms.

In this day and age, in terms of the demand pull inflation of the world of football business, which incidentally is completely different to the core inflation comparison on which you base your figures (taken I suspect from your googling of inflation figures from 1994), would put that spending somewhere in the region of £500million, given the equivalent cost of a player such as Alan Shearer for example. Do you really see a 30 goal a season England international striker being bought for an equivalent £5.5million in the Premier League today? Your "calculations" are simply nonsense.

I suggest you go away, calm down and then look into getting yourself an education, because you've just made yourself look like a moron.

Get back in your box no-dad.
So how does investing 30 million on training facilities guarantee Premier League success, you b*m wipe ?
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers.1875[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Warnie[/bold] wrote: My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.[/p][/quote]Talk about budgets... Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00 Same value today: £43,402,500.00 Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00 Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37 Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers spending back in the days of Jack Walker was well in excess of £100million. He spent over £30million on the football ground and training facilities alone. He bankrolled extravagant signings year on year, and he paid obscene wages over many, many seasons. The fact that you don't know this shows how uneducated you are in general football terms. In this day and age, in terms of the demand pull inflation of the world of football business, which incidentally is completely different to the core inflation comparison on which you base your figures (taken I suspect from your googling of inflation figures from 1994), would put that spending somewhere in the region of £500million, given the equivalent cost of a player such as Alan Shearer for example. Do you really see a 30 goal a season England international striker being bought for an equivalent £5.5million in the Premier League today? Your "calculations" are simply nonsense. I suggest you go away, calm down and then look into getting yourself an education, because you've just made yourself look like a moron. Get back in your box no-dad.[/p][/quote]So how does investing 30 million on training facilities guarantee Premier League success, you b*m wipe ? Rovers 1495
  • Score: 9

11:19am Thu 19 Jun 14

fitz808 says...

i wonder whether us rovers fans will ever get our threads back...?

anyhow, i think one thing the championship consistently demonstrates is that it is completely unpredictable. sometimes, playing the sides relegated from the prem early can be quite useful. they can be still demoralised from relegation, or thinking they're on easy street and that they will cruise the league.
as most have alluded to, it probably doesn't matter who we play and when. they're all tough games, but we've got a squad and attitude to give it a good go.
i wonder whether us rovers fans will ever get our threads back...? anyhow, i think one thing the championship consistently demonstrates is that it is completely unpredictable. sometimes, playing the sides relegated from the prem early can be quite useful. they can be still demoralised from relegation, or thinking they're on easy street and that they will cruise the league. as most have alluded to, it probably doesn't matter who we play and when. they're all tough games, but we've got a squad and attitude to give it a good go. fitz808
  • Score: 8

11:23am Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Blackburn Rovers spent £500million+ in today's money to buy their way into a false position.

Now that all the money has gone they are back where they belong, and the toothless gurning spineless degenerate supporter base simply can't stand it.

LOL!
Blackburn Rovers spent £500million+ in today's money to buy their way into a false position. Now that all the money has gone they are back where they belong, and the toothless gurning spineless degenerate supporter base simply can't stand it. LOL! Super Claret
  • Score: -9

11:25am Thu 19 Jun 14

inflightmagazine says...

Figure for 92/93 - jan 2014 all available at the transfer league.co.uk

club Transfers in Transfers out Net

Middlesbrough £210,785,000 £124,620,000 £86,165,000
QPR £97,997,500 £38,304,000 £59,693,500
Birmingham £135,695,000 £102,475,000 £33,220,000
Bolton £101,520,000 £79,670,000 £21,850,000
Leicester £66,900,000 £49,475,000 £17,425,000
Sheffield Wed £51,300,000 £37,907,500 £13,392,500


Blackburn £210,212,000 £217,985,000 -£7,773,000
Burnley £25,300,000 £32,020,000 -£6,720,000

Three seasons 92/93 , 93/94, 94/95 net spend

Blackburn £18.5 million
Liverpool £19.2 million
Newcastle £10.5 million
Aston Villa £10.5 million
Figure for 92/93 - jan 2014 all available at the transfer league.co.uk club Transfers in Transfers out Net Middlesbrough £210,785,000 £124,620,000 £86,165,000 QPR £97,997,500 £38,304,000 £59,693,500 Birmingham £135,695,000 £102,475,000 £33,220,000 Bolton £101,520,000 £79,670,000 £21,850,000 Leicester £66,900,000 £49,475,000 £17,425,000 Sheffield Wed £51,300,000 £37,907,500 £13,392,500 Blackburn £210,212,000 £217,985,000 -£7,773,000 Burnley £25,300,000 £32,020,000 -£6,720,000 Three seasons 92/93 , 93/94, 94/95 net spend Blackburn £18.5 million Liverpool £19.2 million Newcastle £10.5 million Aston Villa £10.5 million inflightmagazine
  • Score: 5

11:26am Thu 19 Jun 14

Stretch_22 says...

fitz808 wrote:
i wonder whether us rovers fans will ever get our threads back...?

anyhow, i think one thing the championship consistently demonstrates is that it is completely unpredictable. sometimes, playing the sides relegated from the prem early can be quite useful. they can be still demoralised from relegation, or thinking they're on easy street and that they will cruise the league.
as most have alluded to, it probably doesn't matter who we play and when. they're all tough games, but we've got a squad and attitude to give it a good go.
It will never happen, they are obsessed with us. No matter how much success their own tin pot club has, they will always feel inferior to us...
[quote][p][bold]fitz808[/bold] wrote: i wonder whether us rovers fans will ever get our threads back...? anyhow, i think one thing the championship consistently demonstrates is that it is completely unpredictable. sometimes, playing the sides relegated from the prem early can be quite useful. they can be still demoralised from relegation, or thinking they're on easy street and that they will cruise the league. as most have alluded to, it probably doesn't matter who we play and when. they're all tough games, but we've got a squad and attitude to give it a good go.[/p][/quote]It will never happen, they are obsessed with us. No matter how much success their own tin pot club has, they will always feel inferior to us... Stretch_22
  • Score: 5

11:29am Thu 19 Jun 14

jackmetickler says...

Super Claret wrote:
Blackburn Rovers spent £500million+ in today's money to buy their way into a false position.

Now that all the money has gone they are back where they belong, and the toothless gurning spineless degenerate supporter base simply can't stand it.

LOL!
eh Mrs ..... if you had any spine you would not hide behind a keyboard...
easy to gob off on line but if you would like to come out from behind your PC and say it loud an proud somewhere then let us know.....
until then SHUT IT!
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers spent £500million+ in today's money to buy their way into a false position. Now that all the money has gone they are back where they belong, and the toothless gurning spineless degenerate supporter base simply can't stand it. LOL![/p][/quote]eh Mrs ..... if you had any spine you would not hide behind a keyboard... easy to gob off on line but if you would like to come out from behind your PC and say it loud an proud somewhere then let us know..... until then SHUT IT! jackmetickler
  • Score: 4

11:29am Thu 19 Jun 14

inflightmagazine says...

This is probably a great time to play Cardiff with the amount of signings they have brought in , and the hangover from relegation, as bowyer says you have to play them sometime.
This is probably a great time to play Cardiff with the amount of signings they have brought in , and the hangover from relegation, as bowyer says you have to play them sometime. inflightmagazine
  • Score: 7

11:31am Thu 19 Jun 14

inflightmagazine says...

Last 5 year average spend in the premiership is £14 million on transfers per year , City have spent £95 million , over 6 times the average, to win the premiership takes money no ifs no buts.
Last 5 year average spend in the premiership is £14 million on transfers per year , City have spent £95 million , over 6 times the average, to win the premiership takes money no ifs no buts. inflightmagazine
  • Score: 6

11:40am Thu 19 Jun 14

earwego says...

Super Claret wrote:
Blackburn Rovers spent £500million+ in today's money to buy their way into a false position.

Now that all the money has gone they are back where they belong, and the toothless gurning spineless degenerate supporter base simply can't stand it.

LOL!
We can stand it,we accepted our situation years ago,trouble is,you cant,your jealousy of everything Rovers sticks in your crow,you just can't get rid of that inferior complex you have that Rovers have been, and always will be, a more famous and successful club than your Dingles.Enjoy your brief encounter in the P.L. you know deep in your thick skull that you will be back down a year from now, from which you will not recover for many years.We will be here to humiliate you. Have a nice day. P.S £100 million.in 1990 was worth £100 million, what it's worth in today's money is irrelevant.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers spent £500million+ in today's money to buy their way into a false position. Now that all the money has gone they are back where they belong, and the toothless gurning spineless degenerate supporter base simply can't stand it. LOL![/p][/quote]We can stand it,we accepted our situation years ago,trouble is,you cant,your jealousy of everything Rovers sticks in your crow,you just can't get rid of that inferior complex you have that Rovers have been, and always will be, a more famous and successful club than your Dingles.Enjoy your brief encounter in the P.L. you know deep in your thick skull that you will be back down a year from now, from which you will not recover for many years.We will be here to humiliate you. Have a nice day. P.S £100 million.in 1990 was worth £100 million, what it's worth in today's money is irrelevant. earwego
  • Score: 5

11:46am Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Super Claret wrote:
Rovers.1875 wrote:
Warnie wrote:
My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.
Talk about budgets...

Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00
Same value today: £43,402,500.00

Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00
Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37

Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??
Blackburn Rovers spending back in the days of Jack Walker was well in excess of £100million.

He spent over £30million on the football ground and training facilities alone. He bankrolled extravagant signings year on year, and he paid obscene wages over many, many seasons. The fact that you don't know this shows how uneducated you are in general football terms.

In this day and age, in terms of the demand pull inflation of the world of football business, which incidentally is completely different to the core inflation comparison on which you base your figures (taken I suspect from your googling of inflation figures from 1994), would put that spending somewhere in the region of £500million, given the equivalent cost of a player such as Alan Shearer for example. Do you really see a 30 goal a season England international striker being bought for an equivalent £5.5million in the Premier League today? Your "calculations" are simply nonsense.

I suggest you go away, calm down and then look into getting yourself an education, because you've just made yourself look like a moron.

Get back in your box no-dad.
£30 million on the ground and training facilities. Premier League assets that we still retain on the balance sheet and something Scumley will need to invest in to be considered a 'Premier League Club' rather than a short term visitor.

Extravagent signings which all blossomed (excepting Corrado Grabbi), one to receive a world record transfer fee. Is it likely that Scumley would be able to develop tomorrow's equivalent of Ronaldo or Messi as we did with Shearer at the time? Refer above to your lack of triaining facilities and the dog tud at Gawthorpe.

Douche is unproven in the Prem and his time will be short lived either way. Future turmoil beckons for you. Get back in your box sister fiddler.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers.1875[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Warnie[/bold] wrote: My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.[/p][/quote]Talk about budgets... Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00 Same value today: £43,402,500.00 Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00 Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37 Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers spending back in the days of Jack Walker was well in excess of £100million. He spent over £30million on the football ground and training facilities alone. He bankrolled extravagant signings year on year, and he paid obscene wages over many, many seasons. The fact that you don't know this shows how uneducated you are in general football terms. In this day and age, in terms of the demand pull inflation of the world of football business, which incidentally is completely different to the core inflation comparison on which you base your figures (taken I suspect from your googling of inflation figures from 1994), would put that spending somewhere in the region of £500million, given the equivalent cost of a player such as Alan Shearer for example. Do you really see a 30 goal a season England international striker being bought for an equivalent £5.5million in the Premier League today? Your "calculations" are simply nonsense. I suggest you go away, calm down and then look into getting yourself an education, because you've just made yourself look like a moron. Get back in your box no-dad.[/p][/quote]£30 million on the ground and training facilities. Premier League assets that we still retain on the balance sheet and something Scumley will need to invest in to be considered a 'Premier League Club' rather than a short term visitor. Extravagent signings which all blossomed (excepting Corrado Grabbi), one to receive a world record transfer fee. Is it likely that Scumley would be able to develop tomorrow's equivalent of Ronaldo or Messi as we did with Shearer at the time? Refer above to your lack of triaining facilities and the dog tud at Gawthorpe. Douche is unproven in the Prem and his time will be short lived either way. Future turmoil beckons for you. Get back in your box sister fiddler. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -6

11:56am Thu 19 Jun 14

earwego says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
Rovers.1875 wrote:
Warnie wrote:
My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.
Talk about budgets...

Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00
Same value today: £43,402,500.00

Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00
Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37

Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??
Blackburn Rovers spending back in the days of Jack Walker was well in excess of £100million.

He spent over £30million on the football ground and training facilities alone. He bankrolled extravagant signings year on year, and he paid obscene wages over many, many seasons. The fact that you don't know this shows how uneducated you are in general football terms.

In this day and age, in terms of the demand pull inflation of the world of football business, which incidentally is completely different to the core inflation comparison on which you base your figures (taken I suspect from your googling of inflation figures from 1994), would put that spending somewhere in the region of £500million, given the equivalent cost of a player such as Alan Shearer for example. Do you really see a 30 goal a season England international striker being bought for an equivalent £5.5million in the Premier League today? Your "calculations" are simply nonsense.

I suggest you go away, calm down and then look into getting yourself an education, because you've just made yourself look like a moron.

Get back in your box no-dad.
£30 million on the ground and training facilities. Premier League assets that we still retain on the balance sheet and something Scumley will need to invest in to be considered a 'Premier League Club' rather than a short term visitor.

Extravagent signings which all blossomed (excepting Corrado Grabbi), one to receive a world record transfer fee. Is it likely that Scumley would be able to develop tomorrow's equivalent of Ronaldo or Messi as we did with Shearer at the time? Refer above to your lack of triaining facilities and the dog tud at Gawthorpe.

Douche is unproven in the Prem and his time will be short lived either way. Future turmoil beckons for you. Get back in your box sister fiddler.
Hang on,they spent £850,000 on a seat warmer,they hope to sell him for £30 million.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers.1875[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Warnie[/bold] wrote: My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.[/p][/quote]Talk about budgets... Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00 Same value today: £43,402,500.00 Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00 Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37 Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers spending back in the days of Jack Walker was well in excess of £100million. He spent over £30million on the football ground and training facilities alone. He bankrolled extravagant signings year on year, and he paid obscene wages over many, many seasons. The fact that you don't know this shows how uneducated you are in general football terms. In this day and age, in terms of the demand pull inflation of the world of football business, which incidentally is completely different to the core inflation comparison on which you base your figures (taken I suspect from your googling of inflation figures from 1994), would put that spending somewhere in the region of £500million, given the equivalent cost of a player such as Alan Shearer for example. Do you really see a 30 goal a season England international striker being bought for an equivalent £5.5million in the Premier League today? Your "calculations" are simply nonsense. I suggest you go away, calm down and then look into getting yourself an education, because you've just made yourself look like a moron. Get back in your box no-dad.[/p][/quote]£30 million on the ground and training facilities. Premier League assets that we still retain on the balance sheet and something Scumley will need to invest in to be considered a 'Premier League Club' rather than a short term visitor. Extravagent signings which all blossomed (excepting Corrado Grabbi), one to receive a world record transfer fee. Is it likely that Scumley would be able to develop tomorrow's equivalent of Ronaldo or Messi as we did with Shearer at the time? Refer above to your lack of triaining facilities and the dog tud at Gawthorpe. Douche is unproven in the Prem and his time will be short lived either way. Future turmoil beckons for you. Get back in your box sister fiddler.[/p][/quote]Hang on,they spent £850,000 on a seat warmer,they hope to sell him for £30 million. earwego
  • Score: 4

12:00pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

£100million in 1995 (or £500million+ in 2014) flushed down the toilet.
£100million in 1995 (or £500million+ in 2014) flushed down the toilet. Super Claret
  • Score: -10

12:10pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Ashton.1988 says...

Let's face facts 'super claret' is an uneducated moron than clearly has no life or purpose. He spends every minute of every day scrolling through the rovers pages, frantically pressing refresh. The guys a joke. Whats the betting midway through the Chelsea game he will be sat behind his Pc writing his usual rubbish. Get back under that rock you scruffy dingle
Let's face facts 'super claret' is an uneducated moron than clearly has no life or purpose. He spends every minute of every day scrolling through the rovers pages, frantically pressing refresh. The guys a joke. Whats the betting midway through the Chelsea game he will be sat behind his Pc writing his usual rubbish. Get back under that rock you scruffy dingle Ashton.1988
  • Score: 12

12:12pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

http://www.bbc.co.uk
/sport/football/prem
ier-league/table
http://www.bbc.co.uk /sport/football/prem ier-league/table Super Claret
  • Score: -4

12:30pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Super Claret wrote:
£100million in 1995 (or £500million+ in 2014) flushed down the toilet.
Not sure a stadium, training facilities, Prem Championship trophy and a League Cup trophy will fit down the toilet.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: £100million in 1995 (or £500million+ in 2014) flushed down the toilet.[/p][/quote]Not sure a stadium, training facilities, Prem Championship trophy and a League Cup trophy will fit down the toilet. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -2

12:43pm Thu 19 Jun 14

greenscreener says...

Super Claret wrote:
£100million in 1995 (or £500million+ in 2014) flushed down the toilet.
But scarring you for life.......

......priceless.

:-)
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: £100million in 1995 (or £500million+ in 2014) flushed down the toilet.[/p][/quote]But scarring you for life....... ......priceless. :-) greenscreener
  • Score: 13

12:54pm Thu 19 Jun 14

earwego says...

Doncaster striker Chris Brown offered deal at Rovers
Doncaster striker Chris Brown offered deal at Rovers earwego
  • Score: 5

1:02pm Thu 19 Jun 14

glynners says...

earwego wrote:
Doncaster striker Chris Brown offered deal at Rovers
Decent backup for Rudy
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Doncaster striker Chris Brown offered deal at Rovers[/p][/quote]Decent backup for Rudy glynners
  • Score: 2

1:16pm Thu 19 Jun 14

owd nick says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
owd nick says

The season doesn't start for a while and the World Cup is in full flow, second test starts tomorrow, then we have Wimbledon, The Open, and a host of other sports to follow.

So this is what the tax payer pays for a job-less Mill Hill gimp sat at home watching TV all day.
Probably drinking cheap cider aswel.
Well no actually, I am off to Wimbledon 2nd Tuesday, got seats on No1 court thanks to Del, my mate who is a Charlton fan.

Come to think of it Del's wife Karen isn't all that well at the moment; if she isn't well enough we might have a spare seat, we could offer it to your wife if she would like it, as long as he doesn't wag his tail he should be ok.
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: owd nick says The season doesn't start for a while and the World Cup is in full flow, second test starts tomorrow, then we have Wimbledon, The Open, and a host of other sports to follow. So this is what the tax payer pays for a job-less Mill Hill gimp sat at home watching TV all day. Probably drinking cheap cider aswel.[/p][/quote]Well no actually, I am off to Wimbledon 2nd Tuesday, got seats on No1 court thanks to Del, my mate who is a Charlton fan. Come to think of it Del's wife Karen isn't all that well at the moment; if she isn't well enough we might have a spare seat, we could offer it to your wife if she would like it, as long as he doesn't wag his tail he should be ok. owd nick
  • Score: 5

1:22pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Typical no-dad humour eh... if it doesn't include ince5t or besti@lity, it just aint funny.

Pathetic.
Typical no-dad humour eh... if it doesn't include ince5t or besti@lity, it just aint funny. Pathetic. Super Claret
  • Score: -9

1:24pm Thu 19 Jun 14

owd nick says...

Super Claret wrote:
Typical no-dad humour eh... if it doesn't include ince5t or besti@lity, it just aint funny.

Pathetic.
Sorry, I thought you were a dog.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Typical no-dad humour eh... if it doesn't include ince5t or besti@lity, it just aint funny. Pathetic.[/p][/quote]Sorry, I thought you were a dog. owd nick
  • Score: 6

1:27pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

glynners wrote:
earwego wrote:
Doncaster striker Chris Brown offered deal at Rovers
Decent backup for Rudy
What about Reg Varney ?
[quote][p][bold]glynners[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Doncaster striker Chris Brown offered deal at Rovers[/p][/quote]Decent backup for Rudy[/p][/quote]What about Reg Varney ? Rovers 1495
  • Score: 0

1:36pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Varney is Rhodes replacement.
Varney is Rhodes replacement. Super Claret
  • Score: -5

1:38pm Thu 19 Jun 14

LittleRonnieHildersley says...

unbelievable how many comments on here from Burnley fans - bizarre how they can be so obsessed by Rovers given that there are two major distractions - they're in the Prem and the World Cup is on. At least I feel we're providing some kind of outlet for these socially needy individuals, just find their posts hilarious.

Come on Rovers and come on England!
unbelievable how many comments on here from Burnley fans - bizarre how they can be so obsessed by Rovers given that there are two major distractions - they're in the Prem and the World Cup is on. At least I feel we're providing some kind of outlet for these socially needy individuals, just find their posts hilarious. Come on Rovers and come on England! LittleRonnieHildersley
  • Score: 8

1:43pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Laughing at you Ronnie.

Taking the p!ss out of you.

We're in the Premier League.

What did you expect?
Laughing at you Ronnie. Taking the p!ss out of you. We're in the Premier League. What did you expect? Super Claret
  • Score: -8

1:55pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Oh dear, more bad news on the horizon for the no-dad's as rumours are emerging about Burnley preparing a bid for Rudy Gestede. Might not be a bad appointment while Sam Vokes continues his recovery, and you can be sure Sean Dyche would mould him into a better player. You can't blame the lad if he wants Premier League football, one things is certain though, he'll never get that with Blackburn Rovers... watch this space...
Oh dear, more bad news on the horizon for the no-dad's as rumours are emerging about Burnley preparing a bid for Rudy Gestede. Might not be a bad appointment while Sam Vokes continues his recovery, and you can be sure Sean Dyche would mould him into a better player. You can't blame the lad if he wants Premier League football, one things is certain though, he'll never get that with Blackburn Rovers... watch this space... Super Claret
  • Score: -9

1:59pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

earwego wrote:
Doncaster striker Chris Brown offered deal at Rovers
For real ?

http://www.bbc.com/s
port/0/football/2792
0445
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Doncaster striker Chris Brown offered deal at Rovers[/p][/quote]For real ? http://www.bbc.com/s port/0/football/2792 0445 Rovers 1495
  • Score: 0

2:06pm Thu 19 Jun 14

greenscreener says...

LittleRonnieHildersl
ey
wrote:
unbelievable how many comments on here from Burnley fans - bizarre how they can be so obsessed by Rovers given that there are two major distractions - they're in the Prem and the World Cup is on. At least I feel we're providing some kind of outlet for these socially needy individuals, just find their posts hilarious.

Come on Rovers and come on England!
It's more amusing, but also quite sad, when you consider it isn't actually Burnley fanS, it is just one lonely attention seeker with multiple accounts.
Posting on here is like Care in the Community for him, distracts him from going to stare through the school railings or shouting at pigeons in the town centre.
[quote][p][bold]LittleRonnieHildersl ey[/bold] wrote: unbelievable how many comments on here from Burnley fans - bizarre how they can be so obsessed by Rovers given that there are two major distractions - they're in the Prem and the World Cup is on. At least I feel we're providing some kind of outlet for these socially needy individuals, just find their posts hilarious. Come on Rovers and come on England![/p][/quote]It's more amusing, but also quite sad, when you consider it isn't actually Burnley fanS, it is just one lonely attention seeker with multiple accounts. Posting on here is like Care in the Community for him, distracts him from going to stare through the school railings or shouting at pigeons in the town centre. greenscreener
  • Score: 5

2:08pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Stretch_22 says...

Super Claret wrote:
Oh dear, more bad news on the horizon for the no-dad's as rumours are emerging about Burnley preparing a bid for Rudy Gestede. Might not be a bad appointment while Sam Vokes continues his recovery, and you can be sure Sean Dyche would mould him into a better player. You can't blame the lad if he wants Premier League football, one things is certain though, he'll never get that with Blackburn Rovers... watch this space...
Funny how you previously claimed you wouldn't have any Rovers players in your team, now your spunking your pants about a Gestede rumour?
Sort Ings out first Rod...
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Oh dear, more bad news on the horizon for the no-dad's as rumours are emerging about Burnley preparing a bid for Rudy Gestede. Might not be a bad appointment while Sam Vokes continues his recovery, and you can be sure Sean Dyche would mould him into a better player. You can't blame the lad if he wants Premier League football, one things is certain though, he'll never get that with Blackburn Rovers... watch this space...[/p][/quote]Funny how you previously claimed you wouldn't have any Rovers players in your team, now your spunking your pants about a Gestede rumour? Sort Ings out first Rod... Stretch_22
  • Score: 5

2:16pm Thu 19 Jun 14

harwoodblue says...

Chris Brown has been offered a deal to sign for Blackburn.
The 29-year-old striker has been with Doncaster since 2011 and scored nine goals in 43 appearances last season.
Ryan told BBC Radio Sheffield: "We have unfortunately lost (Mark) Duffy and Chris Brown as they had to take a 50% wage cut.
"Chris Brown has been offered 10 grand a week by Blackburn, you can't compete with that."
Chris Brown has been offered a deal to sign for Blackburn. The 29-year-old striker has been with Doncaster since 2011 and scored nine goals in 43 appearances last season. Ryan told BBC Radio Sheffield: "We have unfortunately lost (Mark) Duffy and Chris Brown as they had to take a 50% wage cut. "Chris Brown has been offered 10 grand a week by Blackburn, you can't compete with that." harwoodblue
  • Score: -2

2:17pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Like I said, Sean Dyche would mould him into a better player.

Amusing how we could take your best players any time we wanted to...

Bet that makes you feel nervous.
Like I said, Sean Dyche would mould him into a better player. Amusing how we could take your best players any time we wanted to... Bet that makes you feel nervous. Super Claret
  • Score: -8

2:45pm Thu 19 Jun 14

glynners says...

Super Claret wrote:
Like I said, Sean Dyche would mould him into a better player.

Amusing how we could take your best players any time we wanted to...

Bet that makes you feel nervous.
I would hazard a guess that your loyal board wouldnt offer the wages needed even with the massive cash injection. Just like last time the money is probably going on new houses & boats for the shareholders
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Like I said, Sean Dyche would mould him into a better player. Amusing how we could take your best players any time we wanted to... Bet that makes you feel nervous.[/p][/quote]I would hazard a guess that your loyal board wouldnt offer the wages needed even with the massive cash injection. Just like last time the money is probably going on new houses & boats for the shareholders glynners
  • Score: 2

2:46pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

earwego wrote:
Doncaster striker Chris Brown offered deal at Rovers
Aiming high I see.

Operation Reduce Expectations is beginning.
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Doncaster striker Chris Brown offered deal at Rovers[/p][/quote]Aiming high I see. Operation Reduce Expectations is beginning. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -3

3:08pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

Good afternoon gentlemen. I hope you are enjoying the World Cup and that we will turn out to be gleefully happy after tonight.

May I divert you?

It is often written on this board that you wish to get your board back for the undertaking of inter-blues' conversation about the contemporaneous topic in general and the Blues in particular. There are too many Clarets entries trolling and genuinely causing disgruntlement.

At 2.45pm today on the lead story on the Clarets' Board, about Dyche looking forward to the season, there were 53 postings. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments.

At the same time on this column, there were 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments.

You won't except this and will thus rile accordingly, but you are much more prone to trolling than we are.

I don't know how its to be stopped, leaving sensible banter in place. Perhaps someone could make a WORTHWHILE suggestion.

Regards etc.
Good afternoon gentlemen. I hope you are enjoying the World Cup and that we will turn out to be gleefully happy after tonight. May I divert you? It is often written on this board that you wish to get your board back for the undertaking of inter-blues' conversation about the contemporaneous topic in general and the Blues in particular. There are too many Clarets entries trolling and genuinely causing disgruntlement. At 2.45pm today on the lead story on the Clarets' Board, about Dyche looking forward to the season, there were 53 postings. 23 from Rovers having a go at us. That's 43% of the comments. At the same time on this column, there were 52 comments with 11 from Clarets. That's 21% of the comments. You won't except this and will thus rile accordingly, but you are much more prone to trolling than we are. I don't know how its to be stopped, leaving sensible banter in place. Perhaps someone could make a WORTHWHILE suggestion. Regards etc. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 5

3:10pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Stretch_22 says...

Super Claret wrote:
Like I said, Sean Dyche would mould him into a better player.

Amusing how we could take your best players any time we wanted to...

Bet that makes you feel nervous.
You cant even convince your own players to stay...
Quite funny really, Hull got Huddlestone when they got promoted, then Jelavic and Long - all established premier league players. Who have you signed? Ahh thats right...
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Like I said, Sean Dyche would mould him into a better player. Amusing how we could take your best players any time we wanted to... Bet that makes you feel nervous.[/p][/quote]You cant even convince your own players to stay... Quite funny really, Hull got Huddlestone when they got promoted, then Jelavic and Long - all established premier league players. Who have you signed? Ahh thats right... Stretch_22
  • Score: 1

3:27pm Thu 19 Jun 14

bluenwhite says...

Super Claret wrote:
2 points from your first 5 games will see the pressure on Gary Bowyer like never before.

Expect to hear the first rumblings of discontent following your defeat at Wolves... "BOWYER OUT", and with Wigan, Derby and Fulham to follow there is little chance he'll still be in a job come October.

What a shambles.
You are a shambles, well said.
Yawwwwnnn
Thick as a plank :-)
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: 2 points from your first 5 games will see the pressure on Gary Bowyer like never before. Expect to hear the first rumblings of discontent following your defeat at Wolves... "BOWYER OUT", and with Wigan, Derby and Fulham to follow there is little chance he'll still be in a job come October. What a shambles.[/p][/quote]You are a shambles, well said. Yawwwwnnn Thick as a plank :-) bluenwhite
  • Score: 1

3:28pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Sam Vokes has signed a new contract.
Kieran Trippier has signed a new contract.
Sean Dyche has signed a new contract.

Looks like you're wrong yet again Mungo.
Sam Vokes has signed a new contract. Kieran Trippier has signed a new contract. Sean Dyche has signed a new contract. Looks like you're wrong yet again Mungo. Super Claret
  • Score: -1

3:28pm Thu 19 Jun 14

bluenwhite says...

Super Claret wrote:
Blackburn Rovers spent £500million+ in today's money to buy their way into a false position.

Now that all the money has gone they are back where they belong, and the toothless gurning spineless degenerate supporter base simply can't stand it.

LOL!
Yawwwwwnnnn
Thick as a plank and rovers obsessed :-)
Any dingle page comments? I fear not
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers spent £500million+ in today's money to buy their way into a false position. Now that all the money has gone they are back where they belong, and the toothless gurning spineless degenerate supporter base simply can't stand it. LOL![/p][/quote]Yawwwwwnnnn Thick as a plank and rovers obsessed :-) Any dingle page comments? I fear not bluenwhite
  • Score: 1

3:33pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret . says...

I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers?
It makes me yearn to be a blue.
Heeeeellllllpppppp
I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers? It makes me yearn to be a blue. Heeeeellllllpppppp Super Claret .
  • Score: 1

3:33pm Thu 19 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Tell you what you have to feel sorry for Diego Costa. First he is knocked out of the World Cup with Spain, then his first game with Chelsea will be at the dump that is Turd Moor. What the hell he will think of England when he arrives at the ground, also add to that The Hills Have Eyes lot giving him grief as well. Down by Christmas Dingles
You really do have to feel sorry for him because he will hardly get a kick at the fabulous, atomospheric, ledgendary Turf Moor. But isn’t this article about the lower leagues???
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Tell you what you have to feel sorry for Diego Costa. First he is knocked out of the World Cup with Spain, then his first game with Chelsea will be at the dump that is Turd Moor. What the hell he will think of England when he arrives at the ground, also add to that The Hills Have Eyes lot giving him grief as well. Down by Christmas Dingles[/p][/quote]You really do have to feel sorry for him because he will hardly get a kick at the fabulous, atomospheric, ledgendary Turf Moor. But isn’t this article about the lower leagues??? tall in the saddle
  • Score: 2

3:37pm Thu 19 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

owd nick wrote:
Just had a look at the dingles fixtures, honestly can't see them picking up a single point in the first 10 games.

But at least their board will be able to afford their fat cat cigars and new mercs of the back of their rip off ST prices.
You know your knowledge has been here for all to see and really you’ve got no idea at all. Again obsessed by your betters. Why don’t you concentrate on your lower level outfit.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Just had a look at the dingles fixtures, honestly can't see them picking up a single point in the first 10 games. But at least their board will be able to afford their fat cat cigars and new mercs of the back of their rip off ST prices.[/p][/quote]You know your knowledge has been here for all to see and really you’ve got no idea at all. Again obsessed by your betters. Why don’t you concentrate on your lower level outfit. tall in the saddle
  • Score: -2

3:39pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Super Claret . wrote:
I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers?
It makes me yearn to be a blue.
Heeeeellllllpppppp
It's been done before Mungo... and it was funnier the first time.

No-dad's imitating Clarets... you couldn't make it up!.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret .[/bold] wrote: I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers? It makes me yearn to be a blue. Heeeeellllllpppppp[/p][/quote]It's been done before Mungo... and it was funnier the first time. No-dad's imitating Clarets... you couldn't make it up!. Super Claret
  • Score: -1

4:11pm Thu 19 Jun 14

fitz808 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
£100million in 1995 (or £500million+ in 2014) flushed down the toilet.
Not sure a stadium, training facilities, Prem Championship trophy and a League Cup trophy will fit down the toilet.
Boom! top notch riposte!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: £100million in 1995 (or £500million+ in 2014) flushed down the toilet.[/p][/quote]Not sure a stadium, training facilities, Prem Championship trophy and a League Cup trophy will fit down the toilet.[/p][/quote]Boom! top notch riposte! fitz808
  • Score: -4

4:19pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

fitz808 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
£100million in 1995 (or £500million+ in 2014) flushed down the toilet.
Not sure a stadium, training facilities, Prem Championship trophy and a League Cup trophy will fit down the toilet.
Boom! top notch riposte!
Timing of the cash was key for you money injection junkies. Cash i,n then go for it. For us it's go for it, then cash injection. That's the difference between us earning it and you buying it. Simples.
[quote][p][bold]fitz808[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: £100million in 1995 (or £500million+ in 2014) flushed down the toilet.[/p][/quote]Not sure a stadium, training facilities, Prem Championship trophy and a League Cup trophy will fit down the toilet.[/p][/quote]Boom! top notch riposte![/p][/quote]Timing of the cash was key for you money injection junkies. Cash i,n then go for it. For us it's go for it, then cash injection. That's the difference between us earning it and you buying it. Simples. Rob_H2O
  • Score: -1

4:28pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret . says...

Super Claret wrote:
Super Claret . wrote:
I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers?
It makes me yearn to be a blue.
Heeeeellllllpppppp
It's been done before Mungo... and it was funnier the first time.

No-dad's imitating Clarets... you couldn't make it up!.
Stop trying to imitate me you tosser!!!
I love Blackburn and everyone on here knows it.
That's why I'm always on here
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret .[/bold] wrote: I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers? It makes me yearn to be a blue. Heeeeellllllpppppp[/p][/quote]It's been done before Mungo... and it was funnier the first time. No-dad's imitating Clarets... you couldn't make it up!.[/p][/quote]Stop trying to imitate me you tosser!!! I love Blackburn and everyone on here knows it. That's why I'm always on here Super Claret .
  • Score: 2

4:39pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

*** BRFC NAPPIES NOW ON SALE ***

With the new season shortly upon us Blackburn Rovers officials have released details of the clubs intended preventative measures for supporters still suffering from the outbreak of incontinence following Burnley's promotion...........
.

Director of Communications Alan Myers spoke to the Lancashire Telegraph regarding the proposal...

"As we saw towards the end of the season, the outbreak of squeaky-bum rapidly turned into wet-bum as many thousands of our fans soiled themselves inside the ground uncontrollably as news came through confirming Burnley had beaten Wigan and secured promotion to the Premier League. This was obviously a very distressing time for Blackburn Rovers supporters and so in an attempt to ease the symptoms and reduce the laundry bills of our underprivileged supporters we are releasing another batch of our popular Blue and White nappies. Marketed as "RoverPants", these improved nappies will be of the pull-up variety and offer far more comfort along with the same ultra-absorbent lining."

"Fans can now come to the game and enjoy their day without having to worry about Burnley competing against the cream of world football whilst we attempt to keep up with the likes of Brentford and Rotherham."

Season ticket holders are entitled to a 20% discount on each RoverPants purchase in the club shop.
*** BRFC NAPPIES NOW ON SALE *** With the new season shortly upon us Blackburn Rovers officials have released details of the clubs intended preventative measures for supporters still suffering from the outbreak of incontinence following Burnley's promotion........... . Director of Communications Alan Myers spoke to the Lancashire Telegraph regarding the proposal... "As we saw towards the end of the season, the outbreak of squeaky-bum rapidly turned into wet-bum as many thousands of our fans soiled themselves inside the ground uncontrollably as news came through confirming Burnley had beaten Wigan and secured promotion to the Premier League. This was obviously a very distressing time for Blackburn Rovers supporters and so in an attempt to ease the symptoms and reduce the laundry bills of our underprivileged supporters we are releasing another batch of our popular Blue and White nappies. Marketed as "RoverPants", these improved nappies will be of the pull-up variety and offer far more comfort along with the same ultra-absorbent lining." "Fans can now come to the game and enjoy their day without having to worry about Burnley competing against the cream of world football whilst we attempt to keep up with the likes of Brentford and Rotherham." Season ticket holders are entitled to a 20% discount on each RoverPants purchase in the club shop. Super Claret
  • Score: -3

4:48pm Thu 19 Jun 14

mushypeaman says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Her we go bla bla bla from bowyer.

Out with the Cowboys and Indians.
Did you wet the bed and got up soon to get the first blog in.
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Her we go bla bla bla from bowyer. Out with the Cowboys and Indians.[/p][/quote]Did you wet the bed and got up soon to get the first blog in. mushypeaman
  • Score: 3

5:13pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret . says...

Super Claret wrote:
*** BRFC NAPPIES NOW ON SALE ***

With the new season shortly upon us Blackburn Rovers officials have released details of the clubs intended preventative measures for supporters still suffering from the outbreak of incontinence following Burnley's promotion...........

.

Director of Communications Alan Myers spoke to the Lancashire Telegraph regarding the proposal...

"As we saw towards the end of the season, the outbreak of squeaky-bum rapidly turned into wet-bum as many thousands of our fans soiled themselves inside the ground uncontrollably as news came through confirming Burnley had beaten Wigan and secured promotion to the Premier League. This was obviously a very distressing time for Blackburn Rovers supporters and so in an attempt to ease the symptoms and reduce the laundry bills of our underprivileged supporters we are releasing another batch of our popular Blue and White nappies. Marketed as "RoverPants", these improved nappies will be of the pull-up variety and offer far more comfort along with the same ultra-absorbent lining."

"Fans can now come to the game and enjoy their day without having to worry about Burnley competing against the cream of world football whilst we attempt to keep up with the likes of Brentford and Rotherham."

Season ticket holders are entitled to a 20% discount on each RoverPants purchase in the club shop.
I want some please by the way.
I love Blackburn.
I wet my self regularly
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: *** BRFC NAPPIES NOW ON SALE *** With the new season shortly upon us Blackburn Rovers officials have released details of the clubs intended preventative measures for supporters still suffering from the outbreak of incontinence following Burnley's promotion........... . Director of Communications Alan Myers spoke to the Lancashire Telegraph regarding the proposal... "As we saw towards the end of the season, the outbreak of squeaky-bum rapidly turned into wet-bum as many thousands of our fans soiled themselves inside the ground uncontrollably as news came through confirming Burnley had beaten Wigan and secured promotion to the Premier League. This was obviously a very distressing time for Blackburn Rovers supporters and so in an attempt to ease the symptoms and reduce the laundry bills of our underprivileged supporters we are releasing another batch of our popular Blue and White nappies. Marketed as "RoverPants", these improved nappies will be of the pull-up variety and offer far more comfort along with the same ultra-absorbent lining." "Fans can now come to the game and enjoy their day without having to worry about Burnley competing against the cream of world football whilst we attempt to keep up with the likes of Brentford and Rotherham." Season ticket holders are entitled to a 20% discount on each RoverPants purchase in the club shop.[/p][/quote]I want some please by the way. I love Blackburn. I wet my self regularly Super Claret .
  • Score: 1

5:32pm Thu 19 Jun 14

A Darener says...

Seeing as Burnley fans smashed the toilets on their visit to Ewood Park the Roverpants will come in handy.
Seeing as Burnley fans smashed the toilets on their visit to Ewood Park the Roverpants will come in handy. A Darener
  • Score: -6

6:13pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

The toilets at Ewood were a disgrace to begin with, atrocious facilities, we did you a favour.
The toilets at Ewood were a disgrace to begin with, atrocious facilities, we did you a favour. Super Claret
  • Score: -1

6:16pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret . says...

Super Claret wrote:
The toilets at Ewood were a disgrace to begin with, atrocious facilities, we did you a favour.
Im only saying. I like spending time in toilets anyway.
And im so proud my club are hooligans.
Im a dingle!
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: The toilets at Ewood were a disgrace to begin with, atrocious facilities, we did you a favour.[/p][/quote]Im only saying. I like spending time in toilets anyway. And im so proud my club are hooligans. Im a dingle! Super Claret .
  • Score: 1

6:18pm Thu 19 Jun 14

A Darener says...

Super Claret wrote:
The toilets at Ewood were a disgrace to begin with, atrocious facilities, we did you a favour.
How the hell would you know what the toilets are like at Ewood? You've never been in a football ground in your life. And don't say you've been on TurfMoor that could in no way be called a football ground.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: The toilets at Ewood were a disgrace to begin with, atrocious facilities, we did you a favour.[/p][/quote]How the hell would you know what the toilets are like at Ewood? You've never been in a football ground in your life. And don't say you've been on TurfMoor that could in no way be called a football ground. A Darener
  • Score: -5

6:36pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

The facilities we have at Turf Moor are different class to the filthy derelict lavatories at Ewood. Not that you plastics would know.
The facilities we have at Turf Moor are different class to the filthy derelict lavatories at Ewood. Not that you plastics would know. Super Claret
  • Score: -5

6:36pm Thu 19 Jun 14

A Darener says...

How come I'm on -9 thumbs down on a Rovers article? Come on Rovers fans tell these Dingles where to go.
How come I'm on -9 thumbs down on a Rovers article? Come on Rovers fans tell these Dingles where to go. A Darener
  • Score: 5

6:47pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret . says...

Super Claret wrote:
The facilities we have at Turf Moor are different class to the filthy derelict lavatories at Ewood. Not that you plastics would know.
And i spend loads of time in them with my boyfriend so im an expert.
I especially like the old wooden ones in the bob lord, get splinters in my bum.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: The facilities we have at Turf Moor are different class to the filthy derelict lavatories at Ewood. Not that you plastics would know.[/p][/quote]And i spend loads of time in them with my boyfriend so im an expert. I especially like the old wooden ones in the bob lord, get splinters in my bum. Super Claret .
  • Score: 3

6:55pm Thu 19 Jun 14

A Darener says...

Super Claret wrote:
The facilities we have at Turf Moor are different class to the filthy derelict lavatories at Ewood. Not that you plastics would know.
Oh! Now we know the truth SC has dementia, he is living in the 1800s when Blackburn toilets were known as the long drop, and Burnley used their floors covered in straw.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: The facilities we have at Turf Moor are different class to the filthy derelict lavatories at Ewood. Not that you plastics would know.[/p][/quote]Oh! Now we know the truth SC has dementia, he is living in the 1800s when Blackburn toilets were known as the long drop, and Burnley used their floors covered in straw. A Darener
  • Score: 3

7:05pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret . says...

A Darener wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
The facilities we have at Turf Moor are different class to the filthy derelict lavatories at Ewood. Not that you plastics would know.
Oh! Now we know the truth SC has dementia, he is living in the 1800s when Blackburn toilets were known as the long drop, and Burnley used their floors covered in straw.
Scuse me we STILL use floors covered in straw.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: The facilities we have at Turf Moor are different class to the filthy derelict lavatories at Ewood. Not that you plastics would know.[/p][/quote]Oh! Now we know the truth SC has dementia, he is living in the 1800s when Blackburn toilets were known as the long drop, and Burnley used their floors covered in straw.[/p][/quote]Scuse me we STILL use floors covered in straw. Super Claret .
  • Score: 1

7:10pm Thu 19 Jun 14

baldie says...

Super Claret wrote:
2 points from your first 5 games will see the pressure on Gary Bowyer like never before.

Expect to hear the first rumblings of discontent following your defeat at Wolves... "BOWYER OUT", and with Wigan, Derby and Fulham to follow there is little chance he'll still be in a job come October.

What a shambles.
Don't worry about us.
Just try to still be a Premiership team when the clocks go back.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: 2 points from your first 5 games will see the pressure on Gary Bowyer like never before. Expect to hear the first rumblings of discontent following your defeat at Wolves... "BOWYER OUT", and with Wigan, Derby and Fulham to follow there is little chance he'll still be in a job come October. What a shambles.[/p][/quote]Don't worry about us. Just try to still be a Premiership team when the clocks go back. baldie
  • Score: 3

7:11pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

A Darener wrote:
How come I'm on -9 thumbs down on a Rovers article? Come on Rovers fans tell these Dingles where to go.
It's Super C*** switching accounts 9 times. Trouble is he has another 15 to go at.......
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: How come I'm on -9 thumbs down on a Rovers article? Come on Rovers fans tell these Dingles where to go.[/p][/quote]It's Super C*** switching accounts 9 times. Trouble is he has another 15 to go at....... Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 4

7:13pm Thu 19 Jun 14

A Darener says...

It doesn't help now we've got a Rovers fan pretending to be SC. Or Sc pretending to be a rovers fan pretending to be a Burnley fan.
It doesn't help now we've got a Rovers fan pretending to be SC. Or Sc pretending to be a rovers fan pretending to be a Burnley fan. A Darener
  • Score: 4

7:21pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

A Darener wrote:
It doesn't help now we've got a Rovers fan pretending to be SC. Or Sc pretending to be a rovers fan pretending to be a Burnley fan.
He doesn't know himself what he is. He doesn't go to Burnley but is obsessed with Rovers. He's confused about his identity, must have been bullied at school. There's help out there though if he seeks it. Poor gob sh***.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: It doesn't help now we've got a Rovers fan pretending to be SC. Or Sc pretending to be a rovers fan pretending to be a Burnley fan.[/p][/quote]He doesn't know himself what he is. He doesn't go to Burnley but is obsessed with Rovers. He's confused about his identity, must have been bullied at school. There's help out there though if he seeks it. Poor gob sh***. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 5

7:21pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

A Darener wrote:
It doesn't help now we've got a Rovers fan pretending to be SC. Or Sc pretending to be a rovers fan pretending to be a Burnley fan.
He doesn't know himself what he is. He doesn't go to Burnley but is obsessed with Rovers. He's confused about his identity, must have been bullied at school. There's help out there though if he seeks it. Poor gob sh***.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: It doesn't help now we've got a Rovers fan pretending to be SC. Or Sc pretending to be a rovers fan pretending to be a Burnley fan.[/p][/quote]He doesn't know himself what he is. He doesn't go to Burnley but is obsessed with Rovers. He's confused about his identity, must have been bullied at school. There's help out there though if he seeks it. Poor gob sh***. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 4

8:56pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

LOL what a set of ballb@gs you lot are.
LOL what a set of ballb@gs you lot are. Super Claret
  • Score: -2

9:11pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret . says...

Super Claret wrote:
LOL what a set of ballb@gs you lot are.
And I know a lot about ball bags I can assure you x
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: LOL what a set of ballb@gs you lot are.[/p][/quote]And I know a lot about ball bags I can assure you x Super Claret .
  • Score: 0

10:05pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Super Claret . wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
LOL what a set of ballb@gs you lot are.
And I know a lot about ball bags I can assure you x
I'm sure you do you degenerate Rovers mong.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: LOL what a set of ballb@gs you lot are.[/p][/quote]And I know a lot about ball bags I can assure you x[/p][/quote]I'm sure you do you degenerate Rovers mong. Super Claret
  • Score: -2

10:17pm Thu 19 Jun 14

eddio says...

Super Claret wrote:
Varney is Rhodes replacement.
Has Ingsy signed yet Soupie?
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Varney is Rhodes replacement.[/p][/quote]Has Ingsy signed yet Soupie? eddio
  • Score: 2

10:27pm Thu 19 Jun 14

digitusjonfred says...

Super Claret wrote:
Rovers.1875 wrote:
Warnie wrote:
My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.
Talk about budgets...

Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00
Same value today: £43,402,500.00

Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00
Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37

Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??
Blackburn Rovers spending back in the days of Jack Walker was well in excess of £100million.

He spent over £30million on the football ground and training facilities alone. He bankrolled extravagant signings year on year, and he paid obscene wages over many, many seasons. The fact that you don't know this shows how uneducated you are in general football terms.

In this day and age, in terms of the demand pull inflation of the world of football business, which incidentally is completely different to the core inflation comparison on which you base your figures (taken I suspect from your googling of inflation figures from 1994), would put that spending somewhere in the region of £500million, given the equivalent cost of a player such as Alan Shearer for example. Do you really see a 30 goal a season England international striker being bought for an equivalent £5.5million in the Premier League today? Your "calculations" are simply nonsense.

I suggest you go away, calm down and then look into getting yourself an education, because you've just made yourself look like a moron.

Get back in your box no-dad.
Put yer hands back in yer pockets and play !!!!
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers.1875[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Warnie[/bold] wrote: My word you are having a laugh Gary. Complaining about the clubs who have a bit of cash yet last season Rovers had one of the biggest budgets in the championship. With one of the biggest budgets he couldn't even get a top 6 finish. Yawn Gary Yawn.[/p][/quote]Talk about budgets... Rovers spending 1994: £25,000,000.00 Same value today: £43,402,500.00 Dingles windfall 2014: £120,000,000.00 Same value in 1994: £69,120,442.37 Guess that means you win the premiership this year eh??[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers spending back in the days of Jack Walker was well in excess of £100million. He spent over £30million on the football ground and training facilities alone. He bankrolled extravagant signings year on year, and he paid obscene wages over many, many seasons. The fact that you don't know this shows how uneducated you are in general football terms. In this day and age, in terms of the demand pull inflation of the world of football business, which incidentally is completely different to the core inflation comparison on which you base your figures (taken I suspect from your googling of inflation figures from 1994), would put that spending somewhere in the region of £500million, given the equivalent cost of a player such as Alan Shearer for example. Do you really see a 30 goal a season England international striker being bought for an equivalent £5.5million in the Premier League today? Your "calculations" are simply nonsense. I suggest you go away, calm down and then look into getting yourself an education, because you've just made yourself look like a moron. Get back in your box no-dad.[/p][/quote]Put yer hands back in yer pockets and play !!!! digitusjonfred
  • Score: 2

10:29pm Thu 19 Jun 14

digitusjonfred says...

Super Claret wrote:
Blackburn Rovers spent £500million+ in today's money to buy their way into a false position.

Now that all the money has gone they are back where they belong, and the toothless gurning spineless degenerate supporter base simply can't stand it.

LOL!
Bob Lord !!!!
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers spent £500million+ in today's money to buy their way into a false position. Now that all the money has gone they are back where they belong, and the toothless gurning spineless degenerate supporter base simply can't stand it. LOL![/p][/quote]Bob Lord !!!! digitusjonfred
  • Score: 2

11:21pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

eddio wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
Varney is Rhodes replacement.
Has Ingsy signed yet Soupie?
Dyche has signed.

Has Rhodes signed yet?
[quote][p][bold]eddio[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: Varney is Rhodes replacement.[/p][/quote]Has Ingsy signed yet Soupie?[/p][/quote]Dyche has signed. Has Rhodes signed yet? Super Claret
  • Score: -1

11:41pm Thu 19 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
A Darener wrote:
How come I'm on -9 thumbs down on a Rovers article? Come on Rovers fans tell these Dingles where to go.
It's Super C*** switching accounts 9 times. Trouble is he has another 15 to go at.......
Agreed - happens to me all the time. I suspect that RobH20 is in on it as well as he's prolific on these boards though doesn't have the self awareness to appreciate he's a nerd with no worthwhile contribution. He'll probably be able to work some % stats up for you if you can stay awake while reading his drivvle
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: How come I'm on -9 thumbs down on a Rovers article? Come on Rovers fans tell these Dingles where to go.[/p][/quote]It's Super C*** switching accounts 9 times. Trouble is he has another 15 to go at.......[/p][/quote]Agreed - happens to me all the time. I suspect that RobH20 is in on it as well as he's prolific on these boards though doesn't have the self awareness to appreciate he's a nerd with no worthwhile contribution. He'll probably be able to work some % stats up for you if you can stay awake while reading his drivvle TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 2

12:09am Fri 20 Jun 14

Super Claret . says...

Super Claret wrote:
Super Claret . wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
LOL what a set of ballb@gs you lot are.
And I know a lot about ball bags I can assure you x
I'm sure you do you degenerate Rovers mong.
mmmmmm I like balls. Almost as much as arguing with myself and pretending I hate rovers.
I love DD
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: LOL what a set of ballb@gs you lot are.[/p][/quote]And I know a lot about ball bags I can assure you x[/p][/quote]I'm sure you do you degenerate Rovers mong.[/p][/quote]mmmmmm I like balls. Almost as much as arguing with myself and pretending I hate rovers. I love DD Super Claret .
  • Score: 0

12:17am Fri 20 Jun 14

Maxrus says...

Super Claret wrote:
Super Claret . wrote:
I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers?
It makes me yearn to be a blue.
Heeeeellllllpppppp
It's been done before Mungo... and it was funnier the first time.

No-dad's imitating Clarets... you couldn't make it up!.
Nice one Super Claret. you've already ruined his raisin d'être in no time at all judging by it's juvenile bite, do keep it up.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret .[/bold] wrote: I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers? It makes me yearn to be a blue. Heeeeellllllpppppp[/p][/quote]It's been done before Mungo... and it was funnier the first time. No-dad's imitating Clarets... you couldn't make it up!.[/p][/quote]Nice one Super Claret. you've already ruined his raisin d'être in no time at all judging by it's juvenile bite, do keep it up. Maxrus
  • Score: 2

12:20am Fri 20 Jun 14

Super Claret . says...

Maxrus wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
Super Claret . wrote:
I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers?
It makes me yearn to be a blue.
Heeeeellllllpppppp
It's been done before Mungo... and it was funnier the first time.

No-dad's imitating Clarets... you couldn't make it up!.
Nice one Super Claret. you've already ruined his raisin d'être in no time at all judging by it's juvenile bite, do keep it up.
I like being a knob and talking drivel, leave me alone, its a free world!
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret .[/bold] wrote: I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers? It makes me yearn to be a blue. Heeeeellllllpppppp[/p][/quote]It's been done before Mungo... and it was funnier the first time. No-dad's imitating Clarets... you couldn't make it up!.[/p][/quote]Nice one Super Claret. you've already ruined his raisin d'être in no time at all judging by it's juvenile bite, do keep it up.[/p][/quote]I like being a knob and talking drivel, leave me alone, its a free world! Super Claret .
  • Score: 1

12:38am Fri 20 Jun 14

Maxrus says...

Super Claret . wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Super Claret wrote:
Super Claret . wrote:
I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers?
It makes me yearn to be a blue.
Heeeeellllllpppppp
It's been done before Mungo... and it was funnier the first time.

No-dad's imitating Clarets... you couldn't make it up!.
Nice one Super Claret. you've already ruined his raisin d'être in no time at all judging by it's juvenile bite, do keep it up.
I like being a knob and talking drivel, leave me alone, its a free world!
Apologies Super Claret. wouldn't want to offend my master.
[quote][p][bold]Super Claret .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super Claret .[/bold] wrote: I was wondering if anyone can help me get over my love of Blackburn Rovers? It makes me yearn to be a blue. Heeeeellllllpppppp[/p][/quote]It's been done before Mungo... and it was funnier the first time. No-dad's imitating Clarets... you couldn't make it up!.[/p][/quote]Nice one Super Claret. you've already ruined his raisin d'être in no time at all judging by it's juvenile bite, do keep it up.[/p][/quote]I like being a knob and talking drivel, leave me alone, its a free world![/p][/quote]Apologies Super Claret. wouldn't want to offend my master. Maxrus
  • Score: 1

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