THE DAILY SPORTS DEBATE: Should the transfer window be scrapped?

This Is Lancashire: THE DAILY SPORTS DEBATE: Should the transfer window be scrapped? THE DAILY SPORTS DEBATE: Should the transfer window be scrapped?

THE football transfer window opens once again on January 1 - and kicks off a month of frenzied activity and wild cash spent on players who may or may not turn out to be worth the money.

Over the years some clubs have struck lucky but many haven’t...but at least it keeps the people at Sky Sports excited as they have something to get excited about.

But is there any need for the window?

It is about time it was scrapped with clubs allowed to spend their money when they wish rather than when they are told to.

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7:47am Thu 19 Dec 13

john byrom says...

Could not agree more. a stupid system, go back to the old system that worked for years, till fifa it up ruined it.
Could not agree more. a stupid system, go back to the old system that worked for years, till fifa it up ruined it. john byrom

8:04am Thu 19 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Only allow transfers during the summer before the leagues start. Plus no sacking of managers during the season.
Only allow transfers during the summer before the leagues start. Plus no sacking of managers during the season. A Darener

8:09am Thu 19 Dec 13

Oz Rover says...

For obvious reasons i love the transfer window every bit as much as i hate it.
For obvious reasons i love the transfer window every bit as much as i hate it. Oz Rover

8:11am Thu 19 Dec 13

bburnrover says...

I feel the January transfer window is only used by clubs that are worried they may go down or are amongst favourites to win the league if they don't buy a player it gives them an edge. The fact is they mostly rush into panic buys at inflated prices and still go down!The only good signing I recall was Nelson who did make a huge difference to the Rovers defence at the time just wish we had someone similar now.
I cannot see Rovers doing much business in the up coming window unless its the odd loanee maybe they will release Best and Campbell who are currently doing the club more harm than good.
I feel the January transfer window is only used by clubs that are worried they may go down or are amongst favourites to win the league if they don't buy a player it gives them an edge. The fact is they mostly rush into panic buys at inflated prices and still go down!The only good signing I recall was Nelson who did make a huge difference to the Rovers defence at the time just wish we had someone similar now. I cannot see Rovers doing much business in the up coming window unless its the odd loanee maybe they will release Best and Campbell who are currently doing the club more harm than good. bburnrover

8:53am Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

If you were near the top of the Championship and Premiership clubs were sniffing around your best players then yes you would want the Jan window scrapped.
If you were mid table and wanting to have a promotion push in the second half of the season then it is great.

Personally i love the tension of deadline day watching SSN with my fingers crossed hoping we do some good business and hoping we keep Rhodes.
If you were near the top of the Championship and Premiership clubs were sniffing around your best players then yes you would want the Jan window scrapped. If you were mid table and wanting to have a promotion push in the second half of the season then it is great. Personally i love the tension of deadline day watching SSN with my fingers crossed hoping we do some good business and hoping we keep Rhodes. harwoodblue

9:05am Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

harwoodblue wrote:
If you were near the top of the Championship and Premiership clubs were sniffing around your best players then yes you would want the Jan window scrapped.
If you were mid table and wanting to have a promotion push in the second half of the season then it is great.

Personally i love the tension of deadline day watching SSN with my fingers crossed hoping we do some good business and hoping we keep Rhodes.
I think this time you might be a tad disappointed given the obscene state of your clubs finances and the need to reduce that horrific wage bill to at least scratch the surface of your FFP non-compliance.

The problem will be off-loading those players you don't want, the likes of Best, Campbell and Etuhu (£35,000 a week until 2016). No other club is likely to be interested in these no-hoper's given the financial outlay required, which unfortunately means you will be forced into either paying off contracts to reduce the wage bill, which would run into several million pounds, or to sell the players of value that you would prefer to keep, i.e. Jordan Rhodes.

As for you comment about clubs at the top of the Championship, there is the issue of Premier League clubs sniffing around but if those premier league clubs are likely to be heading in the other direction next season it often pays to sit tight and enjoy a promotion instead of a relegation come the summer. For teams languishing in mid-table the pressure is on to keep unhappy players who feel they can achieve more and would like a shot at promotion with a better club.
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: If you were near the top of the Championship and Premiership clubs were sniffing around your best players then yes you would want the Jan window scrapped. If you were mid table and wanting to have a promotion push in the second half of the season then it is great. Personally i love the tension of deadline day watching SSN with my fingers crossed hoping we do some good business and hoping we keep Rhodes.[/p][/quote]I think this time you might be a tad disappointed given the obscene state of your clubs finances and the need to reduce that horrific wage bill to at least scratch the surface of your FFP non-compliance. The problem will be off-loading those players you don't want, the likes of Best, Campbell and Etuhu (£35,000 a week until 2016). No other club is likely to be interested in these no-hoper's given the financial outlay required, which unfortunately means you will be forced into either paying off contracts to reduce the wage bill, which would run into several million pounds, or to sell the players of value that you would prefer to keep, i.e. Jordan Rhodes. As for you comment about clubs at the top of the Championship, there is the issue of Premier League clubs sniffing around but if those premier league clubs are likely to be heading in the other direction next season it often pays to sit tight and enjoy a promotion instead of a relegation come the summer. For teams languishing in mid-table the pressure is on to keep unhappy players who feel they can achieve more and would like a shot at promotion with a better club. we.love.u.venkys

9:27am Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote: If you were near the top of the Championship and Premiership clubs were sniffing around your best players then yes you would want the Jan window scrapped. If you were mid table and wanting to have a promotion push in the second half of the season then it is great. Personally i love the tension of deadline day watching SSN with my fingers crossed hoping we do some good business and hoping we keep Rhodes.
I think this time you might be a tad disappointed given the obscene state of your clubs finances and the need to reduce that horrific wage bill to at least scratch the surface of your FFP non-compliance. The problem will be off-loading those players you don't want, the likes of Best, Campbell and Etuhu (£35,000 a week until 2016). No other club is likely to be interested in these no-hoper's given the financial outlay required, which unfortunately means you will be forced into either paying off contracts to reduce the wage bill, which would run into several million pounds, or to sell the players of value that you would prefer to keep, i.e. Jordan Rhodes. As for you comment about clubs at the top of the Championship, there is the issue of Premier League clubs sniffing around but if those premier league clubs are likely to be heading in the other direction next season it often pays to sit tight and enjoy a promotion instead of a relegation come the summer. For teams languishing in mid-table the pressure is on to keep unhappy players who feel they can achieve more and would like a shot at promotion with a better club.
With the Championship being the way it is and clubs position changing drastically with a run of 3-4 games these player would be more interested in being a Premiership player on Premiership wages for at least half a season than the slim change of a promotion push.

As for Blackburn keeping Rhodes, Hanley and extending the loan of Cairney would be a good transfer window, loaning out the likes of Best, Etuhu, Orr would be the best bet covering a percentage of their wages. With possible permanent move for Goodwillie.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: If you were near the top of the Championship and Premiership clubs were sniffing around your best players then yes you would want the Jan window scrapped. If you were mid table and wanting to have a promotion push in the second half of the season then it is great. Personally i love the tension of deadline day watching SSN with my fingers crossed hoping we do some good business and hoping we keep Rhodes.[/p][/quote]I think this time you might be a tad disappointed given the obscene state of your clubs finances and the need to reduce that horrific wage bill to at least scratch the surface of your FFP non-compliance. The problem will be off-loading those players you don't want, the likes of Best, Campbell and Etuhu (£35,000 a week until 2016). No other club is likely to be interested in these no-hoper's given the financial outlay required, which unfortunately means you will be forced into either paying off contracts to reduce the wage bill, which would run into several million pounds, or to sell the players of value that you would prefer to keep, i.e. Jordan Rhodes. As for you comment about clubs at the top of the Championship, there is the issue of Premier League clubs sniffing around but if those premier league clubs are likely to be heading in the other direction next season it often pays to sit tight and enjoy a promotion instead of a relegation come the summer. For teams languishing in mid-table the pressure is on to keep unhappy players who feel they can achieve more and would like a shot at promotion with a better club.[/p][/quote]With the Championship being the way it is and clubs position changing drastically with a run of 3-4 games these player would be more interested in being a Premiership player on Premiership wages for at least half a season than the slim change of a promotion push. As for Blackburn keeping Rhodes, Hanley and extending the loan of Cairney would be a good transfer window, loaning out the likes of Best, Etuhu, Orr would be the best bet covering a percentage of their wages. With possible permanent move for Goodwillie. harwoodblue

9:42am Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure? we.love.u.venkys

10:06am Thu 19 Dec 13

Frisson says...

just have 1 transfer window. As soon as the final whistle goes on the FA Cup final then it opens and slams shut again when the first kick off of the new season comes. End of. Then it makes all teams do their business and cannot have excuses during the season
just have 1 transfer window. As soon as the final whistle goes on the FA Cup final then it opens and slams shut again when the first kick off of the new season comes. End of. Then it makes all teams do their business and cannot have excuses during the season Frisson

10:10am Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else. harwoodblue

10:32am Thu 19 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club.
Sorted
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted FakeVilla_MTCabinet

10:32am Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause.

Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead.

In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable.

The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled. we.love.u.venkys

10:47am Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club.
Sorted
An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see...

I get tired of your nonsense.

Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove".

As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club.

I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside.

Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets?
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted[/p][/quote]An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see... I get tired of your nonsense. Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove". As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club. I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside. Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets? we.love.u.venkys

10:59am Thu 19 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

A Darener wrote:
Only allow transfers during the summer before the leagues start. Plus no sacking of managers during the season.
Think how much longer you'd have kept agent Kean.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Only allow transfers during the summer before the leagues start. Plus no sacking of managers during the season.[/p][/quote]Think how much longer you'd have kept agent Kean. RobH2O

11:03am Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds. harwoodblue

11:09am Thu 19 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted
An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see... I get tired of your nonsense. Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove". As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club. I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside. Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets?
He must be willing to join any club if he joined your sh#t stained underpants of a club
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted[/p][/quote]An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see... I get tired of your nonsense. Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove". As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club. I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside. Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets?[/p][/quote]He must be willing to join any club if he joined your sh#t stained underpants of a club FakeVilla_MTCabinet

11:13am Thu 19 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE.

Our bench consisted of:

Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger
Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do
Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level
David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience
Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper
Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back
Kevin Long - good defensive prospect

All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect. Champagne plus charlie

11:17am Thu 19 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted
An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see... I get tired of your nonsense. Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove". As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club. I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside. Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets?
He must be willing to join any club if he joined your sh#t stained underpants of a club
Yeah and I bet he is regretting that decision isn't he - top scorer, playing for a club in the automatic promotion positions, been capped by England Under 21's, part of the most prolific strike partnership in the entire division.

Whereas I bet Jordan Rhodes is really loving his time playing for Jordan Rhodes FC isn't he - lower-mid table AGAIN, No chance of promotion to the Premier League - AGAIN, Being forced to carry the team single-handedly - AGAIN.

No wonder he has instructed his agent to find him a new club in January, one that may allow him to realise his dream of playing Premier League football, because he now knows that chance is NEVER going to happen whilst he plys his trade at Jordan Rhodes FC.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted[/p][/quote]An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see... I get tired of your nonsense. Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove". As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club. I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside. Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets?[/p][/quote]He must be willing to join any club if he joined your sh#t stained underpants of a club[/p][/quote]Yeah and I bet he is regretting that decision isn't he - top scorer, playing for a club in the automatic promotion positions, been capped by England Under 21's, part of the most prolific strike partnership in the entire division. Whereas I bet Jordan Rhodes is really loving his time playing for Jordan Rhodes FC isn't he - lower-mid table AGAIN, No chance of promotion to the Premier League - AGAIN, Being forced to carry the team single-handedly - AGAIN. No wonder he has instructed his agent to find him a new club in January, one that may allow him to realise his dream of playing Premier League football, because he now knows that chance is NEVER going to happen whilst he plys his trade at Jordan Rhodes FC. Champagne plus charlie

11:34am Thu 19 Dec 13

A Darener says...

RobH2O wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Only allow transfers during the summer before the leagues start. Plus no sacking of managers during the season.
Think how much longer you'd have kept agent Kean.
He resigned!
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Only allow transfers during the summer before the leagues start. Plus no sacking of managers during the season.[/p][/quote]Think how much longer you'd have kept agent Kean.[/p][/quote]He resigned! A Darener

11:36am Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted
An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see... I get tired of your nonsense. Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove". As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club. I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside. Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets?
He must be willing to join any club if he joined your sh#t stained underpants of a club
I will assume from your response or lack of that you agree with my statements and you also feel a sense of disgust at the behaviour of certain Blackburn Rovers players and employee's of late. Well done you.

I also assume that given your bitterness towards our inspired signing of Danny Ings, one in a long list of superb young strikers to have flourished at Turf Moor contributing to our continued success, that you agree we are looking a solid bet for an automatic promotion challenge.

As for the sh!t stained underpants, they are most certainly yours. I imagine you have turned those once white y-fronts inside out so many times now they are almost completely brown. Go and have a wash you filthy animal.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted[/p][/quote]An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see... I get tired of your nonsense. Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove". As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club. I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside. Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets?[/p][/quote]He must be willing to join any club if he joined your sh#t stained underpants of a club[/p][/quote]I will assume from your response or lack of that you agree with my statements and you also feel a sense of disgust at the behaviour of certain Blackburn Rovers players and employee's of late. Well done you. I also assume that given your bitterness towards our inspired signing of Danny Ings, one in a long list of superb young strikers to have flourished at Turf Moor contributing to our continued success, that you agree we are looking a solid bet for an automatic promotion challenge. As for the sh!t stained underpants, they are most certainly yours. I imagine you have turned those once white y-fronts inside out so many times now they are almost completely brown. Go and have a wash you filthy animal. we.love.u.venkys

11:39am Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

A Darener wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Only allow transfers during the summer before the leagues start. Plus no sacking of managers during the season.
Think how much longer you'd have kept agent Kean.
He resigned!
Which highlights just how sh!t your club actually is.
Your owners wanted to keep him.
Steve Kean rejected you.
The shame of it.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Only allow transfers during the summer before the leagues start. Plus no sacking of managers during the season.[/p][/quote]Think how much longer you'd have kept agent Kean.[/p][/quote]He resigned![/p][/quote]Which highlights just how sh!t your club actually is. Your owners wanted to keep him. Steve Kean rejected you. The shame of it. we.love.u.venkys

11:40am Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender
Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer
Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender
Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels
Marrow - Good Championship prospect
Kean - Good Championship prospect

So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench. harwoodblue

11:44am Thu 19 Dec 13

A Darener says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A Darener wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Only allow transfers during the summer before the leagues start. Plus no sacking of managers during the season.
Think how much longer you'd have kept agent Kean.
He resigned!
Which highlights just how sh!t your club actually is.
Your owners wanted to keep him.
Steve Kean rejected you.
The shame of it.
The only shame was he took so long to do it. He was a vile criminal who brought disgrace to the once proud name of Blackburn Rovers.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Only allow transfers during the summer before the leagues start. Plus no sacking of managers during the season.[/p][/quote]Think how much longer you'd have kept agent Kean.[/p][/quote]He resigned![/p][/quote]Which highlights just how sh!t your club actually is. Your owners wanted to keep him. Steve Kean rejected you. The shame of it.[/p][/quote]The only shame was he took so long to do it. He was a vile criminal who brought disgrace to the once proud name of Blackburn Rovers. A Darener

11:48am Thu 19 Dec 13

BRFC75 says...

Make or break time , we have a great chance of getting into the play off places ,next few weeks, watch this space , GB just needs to drive them on till end of January , and we 'll be in with a shot of going up.
Make or break time , we have a great chance of getting into the play off places ,next few weeks, watch this space , GB just needs to drive them on till end of January , and we 'll be in with a shot of going up. BRFC75

11:56am Thu 19 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender
Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer
Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender
Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels
Marrow - Good Championship prospect
Kean - Good Championship prospect

So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha

Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite?

Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all

Dunn - Fat

Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality.

Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him.

Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you. Champagne plus charlie

12:11pm Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender
Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer
Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender
Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels
Marrow - Good Championship prospect
Kean - Good Championship prospect

So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Fine with that apart from a couple of things...

Kane - often derided by your own supporters as not up to the job. There have been several posts on these very pages attesting to that, perhaps even you have commented negatively about him?

David "the kebab slayer" Dunn - on his last legs last season and should have been gracefully put out of his misery yet you keep clinging on to him with doe-eyed hero worship as he smugly bleeds your club dry. 7 games per season at circa £30,000 a week means he's costing you somewhere in the region of £250,000 a game this year alone. At least Dick Turpin wore a mask.

Kilgallon - just another misfit rejected by other Championship clubs.

Rochina - never seems to play and largely a let-down when he does play, always on the fringes of fitness and bummed up by all Rovers fan's as Blackburn's own Cristiano Ronaldo. Not considered good enough for Barca reserves.

Marrow - not fit to make the brews.

Calamity Kean - possibly the worse goalkeeper to play in the Championship in many a year. I would rather play with an extra outfield player and have no goalkeeper such is the confidence he inspires in his team mates. Awful keeper.
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Fine with that apart from a couple of things... Kane - often derided by your own supporters as not up to the job. There have been several posts on these very pages attesting to that, perhaps even you have commented negatively about him? David "the kebab slayer" Dunn - on his last legs last season and should have been gracefully put out of his misery yet you keep clinging on to him with doe-eyed hero worship as he smugly bleeds your club dry. 7 games per season at circa £30,000 a week means he's costing you somewhere in the region of £250,000 a game this year alone. At least Dick Turpin wore a mask. Kilgallon - just another misfit rejected by other Championship clubs. Rochina - never seems to play and largely a let-down when he does play, always on the fringes of fitness and bummed up by all Rovers fan's as Blackburn's own Cristiano Ronaldo. Not considered good enough for Barca reserves. Marrow - not fit to make the brews. Calamity Kean - possibly the worse goalkeeper to play in the Championship in many a year. I would rather play with an extra outfield player and have no goalkeeper such is the confidence he inspires in his team mates. Awful keeper. we.love.u.venkys

12:13pm Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart. harwoodblue

12:26pm Thu 19 Dec 13

Riverside 7 says...

WLUV's first post was 9-05 AM and he was still on this forum at 12-11 PM.
Get a life.
WLUV's first post was 9-05 AM and he was still on this forum at 12-11 PM. Get a life. Riverside 7

12:54pm Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Riverside 7 wrote:
WLUV's first post was 9-05 AM and he was still on this forum at 12-11 PM.
Get a life.
I stopped to take a dump at 10:30

But you probably already know that.
[quote][p][bold]Riverside 7[/bold] wrote: WLUV's first post was 9-05 AM and he was still on this forum at 12-11 PM. Get a life.[/p][/quote]I stopped to take a dump at 10:30 But you probably already know that. we.love.u.venkys

1:13pm Thu 19 Dec 13

A Darener says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Riverside 7 wrote:
WLUV's first post was 9-05 AM and he was still on this forum at 12-11 PM.
Get a life.
I stopped to take a dump at 10:30

But you probably already know that.
I think you need more than one, you are certainly full of it!
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Riverside 7[/bold] wrote: WLUV's first post was 9-05 AM and he was still on this forum at 12-11 PM. Get a life.[/p][/quote]I stopped to take a dump at 10:30 But you probably already know that.[/p][/quote]I think you need more than one, you are certainly full of it! A Darener

1:19pm Thu 19 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16

Just two defeats in 20 games

Second in the Table

Best goal difference in the league

Best strike force in the league

Most settled side in the league

Best record of any club against the top six

Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you?

Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them Champagne plus charlie

1:51pm Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16

Just two defeats in 20 games

Second in the Table

Best goal difference in the league

Best strike force in the league

Most settled side in the league

Best record of any club against the top six

Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you?

Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC.

What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics.

The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent.

Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile. we.love.u.venkys

2:47pm Thu 19 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted
An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see... I get tired of your nonsense. Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove". As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club. I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside. Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets?
He must be willing to join any club if he joined your sh#t stained underpants of a club
I will assume from your response or lack of that you agree with my statements and you also feel a sense of disgust at the behaviour of certain Blackburn Rovers players and employee's of late. Well done you.

I also assume that given your bitterness towards our inspired signing of Danny Ings, one in a long list of superb young strikers to have flourished at Turf Moor contributing to our continued success, that you agree we are looking a solid bet for an automatic promotion challenge.

As for the sh!t stained underpants, they are most certainly yours. I imagine you have turned those once white y-fronts inside out so many times now they are almost completely brown. Go and have a wash you filthy animal.
I can tell when you feel like you've been owned, you start jabberring on way too long, this is one of those occasions, now be gone I am done with your rubbish.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted[/p][/quote]An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see... I get tired of your nonsense. Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove". As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club. I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside. Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets?[/p][/quote]He must be willing to join any club if he joined your sh#t stained underpants of a club[/p][/quote]I will assume from your response or lack of that you agree with my statements and you also feel a sense of disgust at the behaviour of certain Blackburn Rovers players and employee's of late. Well done you. I also assume that given your bitterness towards our inspired signing of Danny Ings, one in a long list of superb young strikers to have flourished at Turf Moor contributing to our continued success, that you agree we are looking a solid bet for an automatic promotion challenge. As for the sh!t stained underpants, they are most certainly yours. I imagine you have turned those once white y-fronts inside out so many times now they are almost completely brown. Go and have a wash you filthy animal.[/p][/quote]I can tell when you feel like you've been owned, you start jabberring on way too long, this is one of those occasions, now be gone I am done with your rubbish. FakeVilla_MTCabinet

2:48pm Thu 19 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16

Just two defeats in 20 games

Second in the Table

Best goal difference in the league

Best strike force in the league

Most settled side in the league

Best record of any club against the top six

Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you?

Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC.

What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics.

The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent.

Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Fantastic run, one win in seven, proper champions league material. Owned again
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Fantastic run, one win in seven, proper champions league material. Owned again FakeVilla_MTCabinet

2:52pm Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below:

"The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent."

Mug
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug harwoodblue

2:58pm Thu 19 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below:

"The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent."

Mug
Mugged, left for dead and owned like a biatch. Its just too easy,
I doff my Rovers hat to you sir.
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug[/p][/quote]Mugged, left for dead and owned like a biatch. Its just too easy, I doff my Rovers hat to you sir. FakeVilla_MTCabinet

2:59pm Thu 19 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16

Just two defeats in 20 games

Second in the Table

Best goal difference in the league

Best strike force in the league

Most settled side in the league

Best record of any club against the top six

Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you?

Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC.

What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics.

The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent.

Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Err Nurse...... Nurse??
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Err Nurse...... Nurse?? FakeVilla_MTCabinet

3:08pm Thu 19 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below:

"The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent."

Mug
As usual, a load of absolute **** served up by a Blackburn supporter with figures plucked out of the air with no basis in fact.

See true figures below:

Burnley = 3225 or 8.6%

Blackburn = 5009 or 8.7%

And what I will do is actually provide the link:

http://www.lancashir
e.gov.uk/corporate/w
eb/?siteid=6120&page
id=41170

OWNED you lying Blackburn skunk.
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug[/p][/quote]As usual, a load of absolute **** served up by a Blackburn supporter with figures plucked out of the air with no basis in fact. See true figures below: Burnley = 3225 or 8.6% Blackburn = 5009 or 8.7% And what I will do is actually provide the link: http://www.lancashir e.gov.uk/corporate/w eb/?siteid=6120&page id=41170 OWNED you lying Blackburn skunk. Champagne plus charlie

3:13pm Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug
As usual, a load of absolute **** served up by a Blackburn supporter with figures plucked out of the air with no basis in fact. See true figures below: Burnley = 3225 or 8.6% Blackburn = 5009 or 8.7% And what I will do is actually provide the link: http://www.lancashir e.gov.uk/corporate/w eb/?siteid=6120&
page id=41170 OWNED you lying Blackburn skunk.
http://www.lancashir
etelegraph.co.uk/new
s/9880204.Darwen_and
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[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug[/p][/quote]As usual, a load of absolute **** served up by a Blackburn supporter with figures plucked out of the air with no basis in fact. See true figures below: Burnley = 3225 or 8.6% Blackburn = 5009 or 8.7% And what I will do is actually provide the link: http://www.lancashir e.gov.uk/corporate/w eb/?siteid=6120& page id=41170 OWNED you lying Blackburn skunk.[/p][/quote]http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/new s/9880204.Darwen_and _Rossendale_top_of_t he_single_parent_fam ilies____league___/? ref=rc harwoodblue

3:14pm Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted
An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see... I get tired of your nonsense. Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove". As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club. I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside. Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets?
He must be willing to join any club if he joined your sh#t stained underpants of a club
I will assume from your response or lack of that you agree with my statements and you also feel a sense of disgust at the behaviour of certain Blackburn Rovers players and employee's of late. Well done you.

I also assume that given your bitterness towards our inspired signing of Danny Ings, one in a long list of superb young strikers to have flourished at Turf Moor contributing to our continued success, that you agree we are looking a solid bet for an automatic promotion challenge.

As for the sh!t stained underpants, they are most certainly yours. I imagine you have turned those once white y-fronts inside out so many times now they are almost completely brown. Go and have a wash you filthy animal.
I can tell when you feel like you've been owned, you start jabberring on way too long, this is one of those occasions, now be gone I am done with your rubbish.
You have neither the wit nor the mental capacity to converse on level terms with any Burnley supporter. You leave yourself open to ridicule and contempt with each and every bitter, jealous word you pollute the internet with.

Your attempts at put downs are pathetic at best yet befitting of a retrograde imbecile from Shadsworth with such obvious social and emotional impairments.

You are a gangrenous festering growth that needs to be removed from society lest you open the floodgates of indecency by bearing offspring to vindicate your vulgar and unnecessary existence.

In other words Mungo, you have your hairy ar5e handed to you on a daily basis and yet still you insist on coming back for more. Is it a fetish?

I would venture as far as saying the only thing you have ever taken pleasure in "owning" was battery powered and lubed before use.

Now get back in your box you mug.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]If we sold Rhodes, we would replace him with Ings who would jump at the chance of playing for such a massive club. Sorted[/p][/quote]An early blast on the festive crack-pipe I see... I get tired of your nonsense. Why on earth would a player of Danny Ings ability want to put a stain on his CV by association with such a shambolic, no-hope, mid-table football club currently embroiled in match-fixing allegations and with youth coaches under investigation for assault with "the glove". As you well know the more likely outcome, should an obscene offer come in for one of our strikers from a top Premier League club, would be a cut-price bid for Rhodes seeing him switch to the Clarets in January for a shot at promotion to the Premier League with a well-run, ambitious football club. I pity you Mungo, I really do. I sense your pain at our success but you would be better off embracing it rather than letting it eat you up inside. Are you looking forward to spending your Christmas looking up at the Clarets?[/p][/quote]He must be willing to join any club if he joined your sh#t stained underpants of a club[/p][/quote]I will assume from your response or lack of that you agree with my statements and you also feel a sense of disgust at the behaviour of certain Blackburn Rovers players and employee's of late. Well done you. I also assume that given your bitterness towards our inspired signing of Danny Ings, one in a long list of superb young strikers to have flourished at Turf Moor contributing to our continued success, that you agree we are looking a solid bet for an automatic promotion challenge. As for the sh!t stained underpants, they are most certainly yours. I imagine you have turned those once white y-fronts inside out so many times now they are almost completely brown. Go and have a wash you filthy animal.[/p][/quote]I can tell when you feel like you've been owned, you start jabberring on way too long, this is one of those occasions, now be gone I am done with your rubbish.[/p][/quote]You have neither the wit nor the mental capacity to converse on level terms with any Burnley supporter. You leave yourself open to ridicule and contempt with each and every bitter, jealous word you pollute the internet with. Your attempts at put downs are pathetic at best yet befitting of a retrograde imbecile from Shadsworth with such obvious social and emotional impairments. You are a gangrenous festering growth that needs to be removed from society lest you open the floodgates of indecency by bearing offspring to vindicate your vulgar and unnecessary existence. In other words Mungo, you have your hairy ar5e handed to you on a daily basis and yet still you insist on coming back for more. Is it a fetish? I would venture as far as saying the only thing you have ever taken pleasure in "owning" was battery powered and lubed before use. Now get back in your box you mug. we.love.u.venkys

3:17pm Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug
As usual, a load of absolute **** served up by a Blackburn supporter with figures plucked out of the air with no basis in fact. See true figures below: Burnley = 3225 or 8.6% Blackburn = 5009 or 8.7% And what I will do is actually provide the link: http://www.lancashir e.gov.uk/corporate/w eb/?siteid=6120& page id=41170 OWNED you lying Blackburn skunk.
http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/new s/9880204.Darwen_and _Rossendale_top_of_t he_single_parent_fam ilies____league___/? ref=rc
Your info is from 2011 mines from 2012

MUG
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug[/p][/quote]As usual, a load of absolute **** served up by a Blackburn supporter with figures plucked out of the air with no basis in fact. See true figures below: Burnley = 3225 or 8.6% Blackburn = 5009 or 8.7% And what I will do is actually provide the link: http://www.lancashir e.gov.uk/corporate/w eb/?siteid=6120& page id=41170 OWNED you lying Blackburn skunk.[/p][/quote]http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/new s/9880204.Darwen_and _Rossendale_top_of_t he_single_parent_fam ilies____league___/? ref=rc[/p][/quote]Your info is from 2011 mines from 2012 MUG harwoodblue

3:20pm Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below:

"The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent."

Mug
Shown up as a liar once again, you filthy Rovers gobsh!te.

What a mug.
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug[/p][/quote]Shown up as a liar once again, you filthy Rovers gobsh!te. What a mug. we.love.u.venkys

3:23pm Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug
Shown up as a liar once again, you filthy Rovers gobsh!te. What a mug.
Read the other posts numbnuts ha
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug[/p][/quote]Shown up as a liar once again, you filthy Rovers gobsh!te. What a mug.[/p][/quote]Read the other posts numbnuts ha harwoodblue

3:25pm Thu 19 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

harwoodblue wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug
As usual, a load of absolute **** served up by a Blackburn supporter with figures plucked out of the air with no basis in fact. See true figures below: Burnley = 3225 or 8.6% Blackburn = 5009 or 8.7% And what I will do is actually provide the link: http://www.lancashir e.gov.uk/corporate/w eb/?siteid=6120& page id=41170 OWNED you lying Blackburn skunk.
http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/new s/9880204.Darwen_and _Rossendale_top_of_t he_single_parent_fam ilies____league___/? ref=rc
Your info is from 2011 mines from 2012

MUG
Your link doesn't even work you absolute bellsmash.
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug[/p][/quote]As usual, a load of absolute **** served up by a Blackburn supporter with figures plucked out of the air with no basis in fact. See true figures below: Burnley = 3225 or 8.6% Blackburn = 5009 or 8.7% And what I will do is actually provide the link: http://www.lancashir e.gov.uk/corporate/w eb/?siteid=6120& page id=41170 OWNED you lying Blackburn skunk.[/p][/quote]http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/new s/9880204.Darwen_and _Rossendale_top_of_t he_single_parent_fam ilies____league___/? ref=rc[/p][/quote]Your info is from 2011 mines from 2012 MUG[/p][/quote]Your link doesn't even work you absolute bellsmash. Champagne plus charlie

3:28pm Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

Errr so no i dont think the transfer window should be scrapped because that poor chap on Sky Sports News would not be able to feed his family working only one day a year instead of two.
Errr so no i dont think the transfer window should be scrapped because that poor chap on Sky Sports News would not be able to feed his family working only one day a year instead of two. harwoodblue

3:30pm Thu 19 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug
As usual, a load of absolute **** served up by a Blackburn supporter with figures plucked out of the air with no basis in fact. See true figures below: Burnley = 3225 or 8.6% Blackburn = 5009 or 8.7% And what I will do is actually provide the link: http://www.lancashir e.gov.uk/corporate/w eb/?siteid=6120& page id=41170 OWNED you lying Blackburn skunk.
http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/new s/9880204.Darwen_and _Rossendale_top_of_t he_single_parent_fam ilies____league___/? ref=rc
Your info is from 2011 mines from 2012 MUG
Your link doesn't even work you absolute bellsmash.
Theres a thing called google you cut and paste and then use that mouse thing to click on it.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug[/p][/quote]As usual, a load of absolute **** served up by a Blackburn supporter with figures plucked out of the air with no basis in fact. See true figures below: Burnley = 3225 or 8.6% Blackburn = 5009 or 8.7% And what I will do is actually provide the link: http://www.lancashir e.gov.uk/corporate/w eb/?siteid=6120& page id=41170 OWNED you lying Blackburn skunk.[/p][/quote]http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/new s/9880204.Darwen_and _Rossendale_top_of_t he_single_parent_fam ilies____league___/? ref=rc[/p][/quote]Your info is from 2011 mines from 2012 MUG[/p][/quote]Your link doesn't even work you absolute bellsmash.[/p][/quote]Theres a thing called google you cut and paste and then use that mouse thing to click on it. harwoodblue

3:32pm Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?
Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.
Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.
You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.
How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.
Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.
Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.
You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.
One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them
This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.
Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug
Shown up as a liar once again, you filthy Rovers gobsh!te. What a mug.
Read the other posts numbnuts ha
I have done. We can all invent statistics. Here's one for you, Blackburn Rovers are 13 points behind Burnley.... sorry that's an actual statistic.

You mug.
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What happens if the worse case scenario unfolds and Rhodes moves on to West Ham or Sunderland, or perhaps even QPR. Who will score the goals to keep you competitive in mid-table? Will Rudy "the hat" Gestede be able to fill the void? I've not heard much about him since his arrival was splashed all over the local news and the Rovers fans were saying the big man in the ridiculous hat was the answer to all your problems. That is, I assume he will be offered a contract given Campbell's absence, Best's inability, and Rhodes likely departure?[/p][/quote]Rudy has just comeback from injury and they got him as short term backup for Campbell, We only play one upfront and you cant take Rhodes out the team, Rudy will be a used as a option if he wants to change thing in the second half of games and throw 2 upfront. If Rhodes goes to West Ham or Sunderland which he wont because both teams would rather sign a cheap foreign striker than paying over the odds for a young British Striker, then we will do what we did when Shearer, Sutton, Santa Cruz, Cole, Yak left take the profit and bring in someone else.[/p][/quote]Firstly I don't see how you will make any profit on Rhodes. I expect the figure Venky's would now be willing to accept is somewhat lower than what you bought him for given the need to cut the wage bill so drastically. There is also both the money still owed to Huddersfield which will take a massive bite out of any income and a % sell-on clause. Blackburn Rovers accounts showed an incredible 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. This is completely unrealistic at Championship level when you're attendances are approx 12,000. Combine this with a further £8 million reduction in the parachute payments and there may be trouble ahead. In common sense terms this means that cutting the wage bill is essential for the BRFC to have a future of any kind, and as such I don't see Venky's being willing to add to an already overweight squad, certainly not in terms of handing out big contracts. It may be that you have to make do with the players you can't shift or look to your younger home-grown players, which is the long term intention of FFP. You can no longer buy your way out of trouble, for Blackburn Rovers spending more now will only speed up the inevitable. The all or nothing gamble of reaching the Premier League last season could well set you back years once the dust has settled.[/p][/quote]You say the same sh-t over and over and over and over and over. We know we have debts, everyclub has debts, bigger clubs have bigger debts. Leicester and QPR have massive debts are they going to get relegated NO. Bowyer is slowly undoing all the mistakes the previous managers made signing good young british players on sensible wages, We have good prospects currently out on loan gaining valuable match experience. We are signing other future stars to our development squad. The money Venkys would have put into player transfers will have to be used to manage the debt but we still have a strong squad with depth unlike yours were you have a first eleven then a load of 17 year olds.[/p][/quote]How many 17 year olds were on our bench for the last match? I will tell you - NONE. Our bench consisted of: Keith Treacy - Championship experienced winger Junior Stanislas - You boys saw first hand what he can do Brian Stock - Over 300 appearances at this level David Edgar - International defender with Premier League experience Alex Cisak - Highly rated goalkeeper Danny Lafferty - Internationally capped full back Kevin Long - good defensive prospect All of the above players would probably walk into your side, so nice try, but as per usual, completely incorrect.[/p][/quote]Kane - Chelsea and England U19 defender Dunn - Premiership experienced and Dingle Destroyer Kilgallon - Premiership experienced defender Rochina - Represented Spain at all youth levels Marrow - Good Championship prospect Kean - Good Championship prospect So no, all of those player would not even make our bench.[/p][/quote]Marrow - good championship prospect??? hahahahahaha Kean - Good championship prospect or has he been dropped for being sh.ite? Rochina - can't even get a game for Blackburn when you are crying out for creativity - says it all Dunn - Fat Kane - So he is on loan but can't make a side that is stuggling in mid-table?? Yeah he must be quality. Kilgallon - Absolute liability of a defender, and you all know it - hence why that rubbish Dann gets a game ahead of him. Honestly mate, I expected better from you, I can't even believe that you typed the above with a straight face, fair do's you evidently have a sense of humour - I salute you.[/p][/quote]You dont half talk some sh-te, with one win in the last seven maybe you should put some of these superstar subs back in the first team. Wheels are falling off the dingle cart.[/p][/quote]One defeat in 16 Just two defeats in 20 games Second in the Table Best goal difference in the league Best strike force in the league Most settled side in the league Best record of any club against the top six Yeah, it's such a slump, I bet you are wishing and praying that Blackburn's wheels could come off in a similar manner don't you? Poor Blackburn fans, been unable to look at the league table all season as it just depresses them and reminds them of their own failings and Burnley sucesses, awww bless them[/p][/quote]This truly is a memorable season for Burnley FC. What an incredible run we are on. No amount of dirty cheating mid-table Blackburn Rovers nonsense can take the shine off those statistics. The shame of the no-dads is all too apparent. Hopefully another solid performance and a good result against Blackpool, combined with a QPR/Leicester draw, and we're back on top of the pile.[/p][/quote]Just thought id clear up the no-dad comment, see extract from LT below: "The figures, provided by the Office for National Statistics show Blackburn has 3,000 lone parent families or 23 per cent and Burnley 3,000, 29 per cent." Mug[/p][/quote]Shown up as a liar once again, you filthy Rovers gobsh!te. What a mug.[/p][/quote]Read the other posts numbnuts ha[/p][/quote]I have done. We can all invent statistics. Here's one for you, Blackburn Rovers are 13 points behind Burnley.... sorry that's an actual statistic. You mug. we.love.u.venkys

3:33pm Thu 19 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Here's another 34 years!
Here's another 34 years! A Darener

3:34pm Thu 19 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Ps and that will never be beaten!
Ps and that will never be beaten! A Darener

3:56pm Thu 19 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Here we go again, 34 years. We've been over this a thousand times but you 95'ers simply don't get it do you. As posted only yesterday, but here once again for your benefit....


Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 league games during a period in both clubs history when the playing field was considered LEVEL...

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was conned out of £100 million+.

I think this puts the 'who is the better team' argument to bed.


Take away the tiny matter of the £100 million advantage and Burnley's incredible run against you monkey's could well have been much, much longer. Regardless of any of this we are PRESENTLY returning to our usual position of dominance over Blackburn Rovers, as seen in the league placing last season and this season.

I suggest you learn your clubs history Mungo before pulling yourself around your bedroom squealing 34 years.

10 wins in 14 consecutive league games with 2 draws. A true and meaningful record based on two clubs competing on level terms and it's proudly held by Burnley FC, never to be equalled.
Here we go again, 34 years. We've been over this a thousand times but you 95'ers simply don't get it do you. As posted only yesterday, but here once again for your benefit.... Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 league games during a period in both clubs history when the playing field was considered LEVEL... In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was conned out of £100 million+. I think this puts the 'who is the better team' argument to bed. Take away the tiny matter of the £100 million advantage and Burnley's incredible run against you monkey's could well have been much, much longer. Regardless of any of this we are PRESENTLY returning to our usual position of dominance over Blackburn Rovers, as seen in the league placing last season and this season. I suggest you learn your clubs history Mungo before pulling yourself around your bedroom squealing 34 years. 10 wins in 14 consecutive league games with 2 draws. A true and meaningful record based on two clubs competing on level terms and it's proudly held by Burnley FC, never to be equalled. we.love.u.venkys

4:08pm Thu 19 Dec 13

owd nick says...

Said it before when the LT raised it earlier this year and I will say it again.

There should be one transfer window a season, it should start the moment the last ball of the season has been kicked and one week before the new season starts.

Not only should this window apply to players a rule should be brought out that managers cannot be sacked during the season.
Said it before when the LT raised it earlier this year and I will say it again. There should be one transfer window a season, it should start the moment the last ball of the season has been kicked and one week before the new season starts. Not only should this window apply to players a rule should be brought out that managers cannot be sacked during the season. owd nick

4:12pm Thu 19 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Here we go again, 34 years. We've been over this a thousand times but you 95'ers simply don't get it do you. As posted only yesterday, but here once again for your benefit....


Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 league games during a period in both clubs history when the playing field was considered LEVEL...

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was conned out of £100 million+.

I think this puts the 'who is the better team' argument to bed.


Take away the tiny matter of the £100 million advantage and Burnley's incredible run against you monkey's could well have been much, much longer. Regardless of any of this we are PRESENTLY returning to our usual position of dominance over Blackburn Rovers, as seen in the league placing last season and this season.

I suggest you learn your clubs history Mungo before pulling yourself around your bedroom squealing 34 years.

10 wins in 14 consecutive league games with 2 draws. A true and meaningful record based on two clubs competing on level terms and it's proudly held by Burnley FC, never to be equalled.
Its amazing how much research an unemployed 35 year surrender monkey can do when he has nothing to do but sign on.
OWNED
Tell me, were you alive the last time Bumley managed to beat us?
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Here we go again, 34 years. We've been over this a thousand times but you 95'ers simply don't get it do you. As posted only yesterday, but here once again for your benefit.... Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 league games during a period in both clubs history when the playing field was considered LEVEL... In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was conned out of £100 million+. I think this puts the 'who is the better team' argument to bed. Take away the tiny matter of the £100 million advantage and Burnley's incredible run against you monkey's could well have been much, much longer. Regardless of any of this we are PRESENTLY returning to our usual position of dominance over Blackburn Rovers, as seen in the league placing last season and this season. I suggest you learn your clubs history Mungo before pulling yourself around your bedroom squealing 34 years. 10 wins in 14 consecutive league games with 2 draws. A true and meaningful record based on two clubs competing on level terms and it's proudly held by Burnley FC, never to be equalled.[/p][/quote]Its amazing how much research an unemployed 35 year surrender monkey can do when he has nothing to do but sign on. OWNED Tell me, were you alive the last time Bumley managed to beat us? FakeVilla_MTCabinet

4:15pm Thu 19 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

A Darener wrote:
Ps and that will never be beaten!
Yeah and that's all that matters isn't it.

Not the fact that your team is underachieving - AGAIN

Not the fact that Burnley are in an automatic promotion position

Not the fact that you are £56 million in debt

Not the fact that you have had six managers in the last 12 months

Not the fact that you avoided relegation on the final day of last season

Not the fact that one of your players is a match fixer

Not the fact that your youth team coach has been accused of sexual offences

Not the fact that your first team coach swindles old people out of their savings

Not the fact that Leon Best keeps embarrassing himself and the club

Not the fact that you are owned by a WOMAN

Not the fact that you will definitely be under a transfer embargo in January 2015

Not the fact that you are staring administration in the face

At least you have the 34 year record to keep you warm, what us Burnley fans will do meanwhile is look at the present, and more importantly the future, where we are currently looking at 90 points plus from the season and that will see us playing in the top flight once again.

Poor old Blackburn
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Ps and that will never be beaten![/p][/quote]Yeah and that's all that matters isn't it. Not the fact that your team is underachieving - AGAIN Not the fact that Burnley are in an automatic promotion position Not the fact that you are £56 million in debt Not the fact that you have had six managers in the last 12 months Not the fact that you avoided relegation on the final day of last season Not the fact that one of your players is a match fixer Not the fact that your youth team coach has been accused of sexual offences Not the fact that your first team coach swindles old people out of their savings Not the fact that Leon Best keeps embarrassing himself and the club Not the fact that you are owned by a WOMAN Not the fact that you will definitely be under a transfer embargo in January 2015 Not the fact that you are staring administration in the face At least you have the 34 year record to keep you warm, what us Burnley fans will do meanwhile is look at the present, and more importantly the future, where we are currently looking at 90 points plus from the season and that will see us playing in the top flight once again. Poor old Blackburn Champagne plus charlie

4:16pm Thu 19 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Here we go again, 34 years. We've been over this a thousand times but you 95'ers simply don't get it do you. As posted only yesterday, but here once again for your benefit....


Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 league games during a period in both clubs history when the playing field was considered LEVEL...

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was conned out of £100 million+.

I think this puts the 'who is the better team' argument to bed.


Take away the tiny matter of the £100 million advantage and Burnley's incredible run against you monkey's could well have been much, much longer. Regardless of any of this we are PRESENTLY returning to our usual position of dominance over Blackburn Rovers, as seen in the league placing last season and this season.

I suggest you learn your clubs history Mungo before pulling yourself around your bedroom squealing 34 years.

10 wins in 14 consecutive league games with 2 draws. A true and meaningful record based on two clubs competing on level terms and it's proudly held by Burnley FC, never to be equalled.
Oh and considering the other day you were saying history means nothing and then you come out with all this guff, make your minds up psychitzo.
OWNED
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Here we go again, 34 years. We've been over this a thousand times but you 95'ers simply don't get it do you. As posted only yesterday, but here once again for your benefit.... Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 league games during a period in both clubs history when the playing field was considered LEVEL... In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was conned out of £100 million+. I think this puts the 'who is the better team' argument to bed. Take away the tiny matter of the £100 million advantage and Burnley's incredible run against you monkey's could well have been much, much longer. Regardless of any of this we are PRESENTLY returning to our usual position of dominance over Blackburn Rovers, as seen in the league placing last season and this season. I suggest you learn your clubs history Mungo before pulling yourself around your bedroom squealing 34 years. 10 wins in 14 consecutive league games with 2 draws. A true and meaningful record based on two clubs competing on level terms and it's proudly held by Burnley FC, never to be equalled.[/p][/quote]Oh and considering the other day you were saying history means nothing and then you come out with all this guff, make your minds up psychitzo. OWNED FakeVilla_MTCabinet

4:19pm Thu 19 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Ps and that will never be beaten!
Yeah and that's all that matters isn't it.

Not the fact that your team is underachieving - AGAIN

Not the fact that Burnley are in an automatic promotion position

Not the fact that you are £56 million in debt

Not the fact that you have had six managers in the last 12 months

Not the fact that you avoided relegation on the final day of last season

Not the fact that one of your players is a match fixer

Not the fact that your youth team coach has been accused of sexual offences

Not the fact that your first team coach swindles old people out of their savings

Not the fact that Leon Best keeps embarrassing himself and the club

Not the fact that you are owned by a WOMAN

Not the fact that you will definitely be under a transfer embargo in January 2015

Not the fact that you are staring administration in the face

At least you have the 34 year record to keep you warm, what us Burnley fans will do meanwhile is look at the present, and more importantly the future, where we are currently looking at 90 points plus from the season and that will see us playing in the top flight once again.

Poor old Blackburn
Thers nothing wrong with being OWNED by a woman
You, MUG and WLUV are OWNED by me every day, you must love it, because you keep coming back to be slapped down some more.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Ps and that will never be beaten![/p][/quote]Yeah and that's all that matters isn't it. Not the fact that your team is underachieving - AGAIN Not the fact that Burnley are in an automatic promotion position Not the fact that you are £56 million in debt Not the fact that you have had six managers in the last 12 months Not the fact that you avoided relegation on the final day of last season Not the fact that one of your players is a match fixer Not the fact that your youth team coach has been accused of sexual offences Not the fact that your first team coach swindles old people out of their savings Not the fact that Leon Best keeps embarrassing himself and the club Not the fact that you are owned by a WOMAN Not the fact that you will definitely be under a transfer embargo in January 2015 Not the fact that you are staring administration in the face At least you have the 34 year record to keep you warm, what us Burnley fans will do meanwhile is look at the present, and more importantly the future, where we are currently looking at 90 points plus from the season and that will see us playing in the top flight once again. Poor old Blackburn[/p][/quote]Thers nothing wrong with being OWNED by a woman You, MUG and WLUV are OWNED by me every day, you must love it, because you keep coming back to be slapped down some more. FakeVilla_MTCabinet

4:23pm Thu 19 Dec 13

A Darener says...

CpC... Be careful some of your accusations could be construed as libellous, "alleged" is the word you are looking for.
CpC... Be careful some of your accusations could be construed as libellous, "alleged" is the word you are looking for. A Darener

4:28pm Thu 19 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Ps and that will never be beaten!
Yeah and that's all that matters isn't it.

Not the fact that your team is underachieving - AGAIN

Not the fact that Burnley are in an automatic promotion position

Not the fact that you are £56 million in debt

Not the fact that you have had six managers in the last 12 months

Not the fact that you avoided relegation on the final day of last season

Not the fact that one of your players is a match fixer

Not the fact that your youth team coach has been accused of sexual offences

Not the fact that your first team coach swindles old people out of their savings

Not the fact that Leon Best keeps embarrassing himself and the club

Not the fact that you are owned by a WOMAN

Not the fact that you will definitely be under a transfer embargo in January 2015

Not the fact that you are staring administration in the face

At least you have the 34 year record to keep you warm, what us Burnley fans will do meanwhile is look at the present, and more importantly the future, where we are currently looking at 90 points plus from the season and that will see us playing in the top flight once again.

Poor old Blackburn
Thers nothing wrong with being OWNED by a woman
You, MUG and WLUV are OWNED by me every day, you must love it, because you keep coming back to be slapped down some more.
Really, Lets see who is owned by whom:

What happened to your - 'Wait until 10 games'?

What happened to Burnley 'Not playing anyone in the top six'

What happened to Burnley 'Not playing anyone in the top half?'

What happened to Burnley getting beat by Reading?

What happened to Burnley getting beat by Leicester?

Or Reading?

Or Derby?

Or Leeds?

Or any of the other games you claim we would lose but subsequently won?

I have owned you more times than you have probably had sexual partners, so pipe down and let the adults talk.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Ps and that will never be beaten![/p][/quote]Yeah and that's all that matters isn't it. Not the fact that your team is underachieving - AGAIN Not the fact that Burnley are in an automatic promotion position Not the fact that you are £56 million in debt Not the fact that you have had six managers in the last 12 months Not the fact that you avoided relegation on the final day of last season Not the fact that one of your players is a match fixer Not the fact that your youth team coach has been accused of sexual offences Not the fact that your first team coach swindles old people out of their savings Not the fact that Leon Best keeps embarrassing himself and the club Not the fact that you are owned by a WOMAN Not the fact that you will definitely be under a transfer embargo in January 2015 Not the fact that you are staring administration in the face At least you have the 34 year record to keep you warm, what us Burnley fans will do meanwhile is look at the present, and more importantly the future, where we are currently looking at 90 points plus from the season and that will see us playing in the top flight once again. Poor old Blackburn[/p][/quote]Thers nothing wrong with being OWNED by a woman You, MUG and WLUV are OWNED by me every day, you must love it, because you keep coming back to be slapped down some more.[/p][/quote]Really, Lets see who is owned by whom: What happened to your - 'Wait until 10 games'? What happened to Burnley 'Not playing anyone in the top six' What happened to Burnley 'Not playing anyone in the top half?' What happened to Burnley getting beat by Reading? What happened to Burnley getting beat by Leicester? Or Reading? Or Derby? Or Leeds? Or any of the other games you claim we would lose but subsequently won? I have owned you more times than you have probably had sexual partners, so pipe down and let the adults talk. Champagne plus charlie

6:55pm Thu 19 Dec 13

baldie says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Ps and that will never be beaten!
Yeah and that's all that matters isn't it.

Not the fact that your team is underachieving - AGAIN

Not the fact that Burnley are in an automatic promotion position

Not the fact that you are £56 million in debt

Not the fact that you have had six managers in the last 12 months

Not the fact that you avoided relegation on the final day of last season

Not the fact that one of your players is a match fixer

Not the fact that your youth team coach has been accused of sexual offences

Not the fact that your first team coach swindles old people out of their savings

Not the fact that Leon Best keeps embarrassing himself and the club

Not the fact that you are owned by a WOMAN

Not the fact that you will definitely be under a transfer embargo in January 2015

Not the fact that you are staring administration in the face

At least you have the 34 year record to keep you warm, what us Burnley fans will do meanwhile is look at the present, and more importantly the future, where we are currently looking at 90 points plus from the season and that will see us playing in the top flight once again.

Poor old Blackburn
Some of your facts are not facts,some are opinions.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Ps and that will never be beaten![/p][/quote]Yeah and that's all that matters isn't it. Not the fact that your team is underachieving - AGAIN Not the fact that Burnley are in an automatic promotion position Not the fact that you are £56 million in debt Not the fact that you have had six managers in the last 12 months Not the fact that you avoided relegation on the final day of last season Not the fact that one of your players is a match fixer Not the fact that your youth team coach has been accused of sexual offences Not the fact that your first team coach swindles old people out of their savings Not the fact that Leon Best keeps embarrassing himself and the club Not the fact that you are owned by a WOMAN Not the fact that you will definitely be under a transfer embargo in January 2015 Not the fact that you are staring administration in the face At least you have the 34 year record to keep you warm, what us Burnley fans will do meanwhile is look at the present, and more importantly the future, where we are currently looking at 90 points plus from the season and that will see us playing in the top flight once again. Poor old Blackburn[/p][/quote]Some of your facts are not facts,some are opinions. baldie

7:36pm Thu 19 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Ps and that will never be beaten!
Yeah and that's all that matters isn't it.

Not the fact that your team is underachieving - AGAIN

Not the fact that Burnley are in an automatic promotion position

Not the fact that you are £56 million in debt

Not the fact that you have had six managers in the last 12 months

Not the fact that you avoided relegation on the final day of last season

Not the fact that one of your players is a match fixer

Not the fact that your youth team coach has been accused of sexual offences

Not the fact that your first team coach swindles old people out of their savings

Not the fact that Leon Best keeps embarrassing himself and the club

Not the fact that you are owned by a WOMAN

Not the fact that you will definitely be under a transfer embargo in January 2015

Not the fact that you are staring administration in the face

At least you have the 34 year record to keep you warm, what us Burnley fans will do meanwhile is look at the present, and more importantly the future, where we are currently looking at 90 points plus from the season and that will see us playing in the top flight once again.

Poor old Blackburn
Thers nothing wrong with being OWNED by a woman
You, MUG and WLUV are OWNED by me every day, you must love it, because you keep coming back to be slapped down some more.
Really, Lets see who is owned by whom:

What happened to your - 'Wait until 10 games'?

What happened to Burnley 'Not playing anyone in the top six'

What happened to Burnley 'Not playing anyone in the top half?'

What happened to Burnley getting beat by Reading?

What happened to Burnley getting beat by Leicester?

Or Reading?

Or Derby?

Or Leeds?

Or any of the other games you claim we would lose but subsequently won?

I have owned you more times than you have probably had sexual partners, so pipe down and let the adults talk.
Biggin yersel up a bit there aren't we probably uses cm side of rule and says its a ten incher.
You have won one game in your last seven matches against the mighty Barnsley, the team who when we beat them, you said they were nothing so, you have beaten nothing in the last seven games.
OWNED again, its just too easy
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Ps and that will never be beaten![/p][/quote]Yeah and that's all that matters isn't it. Not the fact that your team is underachieving - AGAIN Not the fact that Burnley are in an automatic promotion position Not the fact that you are £56 million in debt Not the fact that you have had six managers in the last 12 months Not the fact that you avoided relegation on the final day of last season Not the fact that one of your players is a match fixer Not the fact that your youth team coach has been accused of sexual offences Not the fact that your first team coach swindles old people out of their savings Not the fact that Leon Best keeps embarrassing himself and the club Not the fact that you are owned by a WOMAN Not the fact that you will definitely be under a transfer embargo in January 2015 Not the fact that you are staring administration in the face At least you have the 34 year record to keep you warm, what us Burnley fans will do meanwhile is look at the present, and more importantly the future, where we are currently looking at 90 points plus from the season and that will see us playing in the top flight once again. Poor old Blackburn[/p][/quote]Thers nothing wrong with being OWNED by a woman You, MUG and WLUV are OWNED by me every day, you must love it, because you keep coming back to be slapped down some more.[/p][/quote]Really, Lets see who is owned by whom: What happened to your - 'Wait until 10 games'? What happened to Burnley 'Not playing anyone in the top six' What happened to Burnley 'Not playing anyone in the top half?' What happened to Burnley getting beat by Reading? What happened to Burnley getting beat by Leicester? Or Reading? Or Derby? Or Leeds? Or any of the other games you claim we would lose but subsequently won? I have owned you more times than you have probably had sexual partners, so pipe down and let the adults talk.[/p][/quote]Biggin yersel up a bit there aren't we probably uses cm side of rule and says its a ten incher. You have won one game in your last seven matches against the mighty Barnsley, the team who when we beat them, you said they were nothing so, you have beaten nothing in the last seven games. OWNED again, its just too easy FakeVilla_MTCabinet

7:40pm Thu 19 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Here we go again, 34 years. We've been over this a thousand times but you 95'ers simply don't get it do you. As posted only yesterday, but here once again for your benefit....


Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 league games during a period in both clubs history when the playing field was considered LEVEL...

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was conned out of £100 million+.

I think this puts the 'who is the better team' argument to bed.


Take away the tiny matter of the £100 million advantage and Burnley's incredible run against you monkey's could well have been much, much longer. Regardless of any of this we are PRESENTLY returning to our usual position of dominance over Blackburn Rovers, as seen in the league placing last season and this season.

I suggest you learn your clubs history Mungo before pulling yourself around your bedroom squealing 34 years.

10 wins in 14 consecutive league games with 2 draws. A true and meaningful record based on two clubs competing on level terms and it's proudly held by Burnley FC, never to be equalled.
But thats only 17 years, try doubling it and have a good long think about it.
17 is half of 34.
Owned again like a bad handbag that keeps coming back for more
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Here we go again, 34 years. We've been over this a thousand times but you 95'ers simply don't get it do you. As posted only yesterday, but here once again for your benefit.... Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 league games during a period in both clubs history when the playing field was considered LEVEL... In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was conned out of £100 million+. I think this puts the 'who is the better team' argument to bed. Take away the tiny matter of the £100 million advantage and Burnley's incredible run against you monkey's could well have been much, much longer. Regardless of any of this we are PRESENTLY returning to our usual position of dominance over Blackburn Rovers, as seen in the league placing last season and this season. I suggest you learn your clubs history Mungo before pulling yourself around your bedroom squealing 34 years. 10 wins in 14 consecutive league games with 2 draws. A true and meaningful record based on two clubs competing on level terms and it's proudly held by Burnley FC, never to be equalled.[/p][/quote]But thats only 17 years, try doubling it and have a good long think about it. 17 is half of 34. Owned again like a bad handbag that keeps coming back for more FakeVilla_MTCabinet

8:49pm Thu 19 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

Mrs Fake et al, will you please let posh Mr Plumb know what it is you mean when you say "owned"? You use the word in the blogstream above. I am at loss as to the correct interpretation. Thank you in anticipation.
Mrs Fake et al, will you please let posh Mr Plumb know what it is you mean when you say "owned"? You use the word in the blogstream above. I am at loss as to the correct interpretation. Thank you in anticipation. RobH2O

10:11pm Thu 19 Dec 13

greenscreener says...

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Without doubt this is the most boring thread of comments I've seen on this site for a very long time, the attention seeking retard must have tugged himself raw today.
. . Without doubt this is the most boring thread of comments I've seen on this site for a very long time, the attention seeking retard must have tugged himself raw today. greenscreener

12:28am Fri 20 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Here we go again, 34 years. We've been over this a thousand times but you 95'ers simply don't get it do you. As posted only yesterday, but here once again for your benefit....


Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 league games during a period in both clubs history when the playing field was considered LEVEL...

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was conned out of £100 million+.

I think this puts the 'who is the better team' argument to bed.


Take away the tiny matter of the £100 million advantage and Burnley's incredible run against you monkey's could well have been much, much longer. Regardless of any of this we are PRESENTLY returning to our usual position of dominance over Blackburn Rovers, as seen in the league placing last season and this season.

I suggest you learn your clubs history Mungo before pulling yourself around your bedroom squealing 34 years.

10 wins in 14 consecutive league games with 2 draws. A true and meaningful record based on two clubs competing on level terms and it's proudly held by Burnley FC, never to be equalled.
But thats only 17 years, try doubling it and have a good long think about it.
17 is half of 34.
Owned again like a bad handbag that keeps coming back for more
Jesus wept. You are absolutely thick as pigsh!t...

Indeed 17 is half of 34 you utter imbecile. And within those 17 years we have managed to beat you clowns 10 times with 2 draws. Whereas its taken you 34 years to win 7 games and draw four, and this with the £100 million advantage conned out of a senile old man who spent more time away with the fairies than on planet Earth. On top of that those 10 wins we have against you ballb@gs were achieved when the two teams were on a level playing field financially and otherwise and within 14 consecutive league games, hence we are by far the better of the two sides. Consult the history books Mungo, and then go and have a little cry.

I think the word I'm looking for is OWNED.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Here we go again, 34 years. We've been over this a thousand times but you 95'ers simply don't get it do you. As posted only yesterday, but here once again for your benefit.... Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 league games during a period in both clubs history when the playing field was considered LEVEL... In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was conned out of £100 million+. I think this puts the 'who is the better team' argument to bed. Take away the tiny matter of the £100 million advantage and Burnley's incredible run against you monkey's could well have been much, much longer. Regardless of any of this we are PRESENTLY returning to our usual position of dominance over Blackburn Rovers, as seen in the league placing last season and this season. I suggest you learn your clubs history Mungo before pulling yourself around your bedroom squealing 34 years. 10 wins in 14 consecutive league games with 2 draws. A true and meaningful record based on two clubs competing on level terms and it's proudly held by Burnley FC, never to be equalled.[/p][/quote]But thats only 17 years, try doubling it and have a good long think about it. 17 is half of 34. Owned again like a bad handbag that keeps coming back for more[/p][/quote]Jesus wept. You are absolutely thick as pigsh!t... Indeed 17 is half of 34 you utter imbecile. And within those 17 years we have managed to beat you clowns 10 times with 2 draws. Whereas its taken you 34 years to win 7 games and draw four, and this with the £100 million advantage conned out of a senile old man who spent more time away with the fairies than on planet Earth. On top of that those 10 wins we have against you ballb@gs were achieved when the two teams were on a level playing field financially and otherwise and within 14 consecutive league games, hence we are by far the better of the two sides. Consult the history books Mungo, and then go and have a little cry. I think the word I'm looking for is OWNED. we.love.u.venkys

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