Vokes praises Trippier's impact

This Is Lancashire: Kieran Trippier Kieran Trippier

BURNLEY striker Sam Vokes has hailed Kieran Trippier as the best full back outside of the Premier League.

Trippier, who has been in fine form for the Clarets this season, has set up 11 Championship goals for the Clarets – including Vokes’ first in the 3-1 win over Nottingham Forest on Saturday.

And the Welsh international, who has 18 goals this season, believes the 23-year-old’s combination of attacking quality and defensive stability makes him among the best in the Football League.

When asked if Trippier was the best Championship full back back, Vokes said: “I think so. He’s been great,” he said.

“He got in the Championship team of the year last year, and he’s up there again.

“He’s topped his all-time assists and for a striker he’s fantastic,” said the 24-year-old.

“For the (first) goal he put a ball in that’s awkward for defenders – between the centre half and goalkeeper – for us forwards we can just gamble on that and go for it.

“I couldn’t even tell you how he did that piece of skill before the cross. For a fullback to do that and get the assists he does, it’s great.”

Vokes, who took a pass from Ben Mee before scoring his second against Forest, added: “To have full backs like we have that push on, and the two full backs getting my assists was fantastic and it shows the intent the squad’s got to go forward.”

According to Football League statistics, Trippier has 11 league assists this season putting him second out of all 92 clubs – one behind Nottingham Forest’s Andy Reid, who leads the standings with 12.

Meanwhile, the Burnley forward has urged his strike partner Danny Ings not to be disappointed about his scoring streak coming to an end.

Before the visit of Forest top scorer Ings had not gone more than two games without a goal.

The 21-year-old drew a blank against Billy Davies’ fifth placed side, despite a number of chances breaking for him in the second half.

Vokes understood his frustration, but urged Ings to look at the many positives of his performance, and specifically his phenomenal scoring record.

“I know Danny’s a bit frustrated because he had a couple of chances but I think the work-rate he put in was fantastic and helped with that,” said Vokes.

“I just had a word with him and said ‘don’t be frustrated’. He’s top of the goalscoring charts and he’s been fantastic this year. The work rate he put in to help me in my goals and the overall team, it’s great.”

Vokes, who netted twice against Forest, added: “It’s good to get on the scoresheet again and keep ticking them off, but from the lads behind me it was a great overall performance.”

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11:55am Wed 26 Feb 14

Dingle Dangle says...

Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable Dingle Dangle
  • Score: -14

12:25pm Wed 26 Feb 14

twquick says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
Ignore
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]Ignore twquick
  • Score: 10

12:33pm Wed 26 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES!

There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months!

March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake!

Look up.
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES! There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months! March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake! Look up. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 10

2:06pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Dingle Dangle says...

Must be time to wheel on the next chimp and compare dyke to bill Shankly and the town if Burnley to Venice or maybe even the stay away fans to a herd of wildebeest moronically following each other looking for something better.
Must be time to wheel on the next chimp and compare dyke to bill Shankly and the town if Burnley to Venice or maybe even the stay away fans to a herd of wildebeest moronically following each other looking for something better. Dingle Dangle
  • Score: -2

2:19pm Wed 26 Feb 14

midas says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
What outrageous comparison? (Do you understand what comparison means?)
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]What outrageous comparison? (Do you understand what comparison means?) midas
  • Score: 4

3:28pm Wed 26 Feb 14

owd nick says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES!

There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months!

March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake!

Look up.
If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season.

But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way.

You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently.

Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one.

A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES! There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months! March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake! Look up.[/p][/quote]If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season. But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way. You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently. Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one. A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down. owd nick
  • Score: -3

3:39pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Chris P Bacon says...

owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES!

There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months!

March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake!

Look up.
If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season.

But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way.

You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently.

Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one.

A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.
That's hardly constructive criticism, that's just sh1t-stirring for the sake of it. 'if this happens, if that happens this will be the consequence.' Any idiot can come out with that 'just suppose' type-'argument' that always - strangely - favours the interlocutor.

You've let yourself down there. You began with some poorly written loathsome comments that put you on the same rung as the serial name-changer and WLUR. Then you found some self-respect, (clearly lacking in Spangle Dangle or whatever the bampot calls himself this week) tidied up the grammar, became friendlier and better to have round then this!

Can do better. 5/10.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES! There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months! March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake! Look up.[/p][/quote]If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season. But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way. You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently. Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one. A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.[/p][/quote]That's hardly constructive criticism, that's just sh1t-stirring for the sake of it. 'if this happens, if that happens this will be the consequence.' Any idiot can come out with that 'just suppose' type-'argument' that always - strangely - favours the interlocutor. You've let yourself down there. You began with some poorly written loathsome comments that put you on the same rung as the serial name-changer and WLUR. Then you found some self-respect, (clearly lacking in Spangle Dangle or whatever the bampot calls himself this week) tidied up the grammar, became friendlier and better to have round then this! Can do better. 5/10. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 1

3:44pm Wed 26 Feb 14

H2O Control says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
I hereby give you permission to post. As I own you I expect you to comply. If you do post my utter ownership of you is clear for all to see. Now go for it.
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]I hereby give you permission to post. As I own you I expect you to comply. If you do post my utter ownership of you is clear for all to see. Now go for it. H2O Control
  • Score: 1

3:59pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Chris P Bacon says...

H2O Control wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
I hereby give you permission to post. As I own you I expect you to comply. If you do post my utter ownership of you is clear for all to see. Now go for it.
Oh please. Leave him behind the railings of his special school; it's not fair baiting the 'daft kids'. It's too easy, like shooting fish in a barrel.
[quote][p][bold]H2O Control[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]I hereby give you permission to post. As I own you I expect you to comply. If you do post my utter ownership of you is clear for all to see. Now go for it.[/p][/quote]Oh please. Leave him behind the railings of his special school; it's not fair baiting the 'daft kids'. It's too easy, like shooting fish in a barrel. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 6

4:24pm Wed 26 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES!

There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months!

March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake!

Look up.
If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season.

But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way.

You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently.

Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one.

A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.
"A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down."

The trouble is, dear boy, you've been saying this since September 2013!

Injuries, suspensions, player sales, manager moving on, blah, blah, blah. Your scaremongering simply hasn't worked.

The only fact that matters is that Burnley are 2nd in the league and in pole position for automatic promotion. We have seen off the challenge of QPR having recently been 3 points behind them to now being 7 points above them with a goal difference of +12. We have cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have battered Derby once this season and we if we beat them again we're 5 points clear, and on the home straight.

You make your own luck, we are where we are not through riding our luck (for 6 months?), we are where we are because we are a good team.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES! There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months! March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake! Look up.[/p][/quote]If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season. But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way. You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently. Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one. A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.[/p][/quote]"A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down." The trouble is, dear boy, you've been saying this since September 2013! Injuries, suspensions, player sales, manager moving on, blah, blah, blah. Your scaremongering simply hasn't worked. The only fact that matters is that Burnley are 2nd in the league and in pole position for automatic promotion. We have seen off the challenge of QPR having recently been 3 points behind them to now being 7 points above them with a goal difference of +12. We have cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have battered Derby once this season and we if we beat them again we're 5 points clear, and on the home straight. You make your own luck, we are where we are not through riding our luck (for 6 months?), we are where we are because we are a good team. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 8

5:26pm Wed 26 Feb 14

tall in the saddle says...

It’s really shocking and shameful to wish injuries on players of any team. How low can these clowns get – A Shetland Pony?
It’s really shocking and shameful to wish injuries on players of any team. How low can these clowns get – A Shetland Pony? tall in the saddle
  • Score: 5

5:46pm Wed 26 Feb 14

H2O Control says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
H2O Control wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
I hereby give you permission to post. As I own you I expect you to comply. If you do post my utter ownership of you is clear for all to see. Now go for it.
Oh please. Leave him behind the railings of his special school; it's not fair baiting the 'daft kids'. It's too easy, like shooting fish in a barrel.
Sorry crispy. However, if he now posts that's cos us lot own him. And he's accepting the fact! More of a result for us that Rovers normally pull on a match day!
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]H2O Control[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]I hereby give you permission to post. As I own you I expect you to comply. If you do post my utter ownership of you is clear for all to see. Now go for it.[/p][/quote]Oh please. Leave him behind the railings of his special school; it's not fair baiting the 'daft kids'. It's too easy, like shooting fish in a barrel.[/p][/quote]Sorry crispy. However, if he now posts that's cos us lot own him. And he's accepting the fact! More of a result for us that Rovers normally pull on a match day! H2O Control
  • Score: 4

5:46pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Dingle Dangle says...

I'm merely remarking at the delirium that clearly exists given the ludicrous comparisons in this paper over the last 2 days.. You lot are talking like your are in the prem already. Talk about counting your chickens - then again counting them will be something of a relief for them given the usual treatment they recieve!!!!
I'm merely remarking at the delirium that clearly exists given the ludicrous comparisons in this paper over the last 2 days.. You lot are talking like your are in the prem already. Talk about counting your chickens - then again counting them will be something of a relief for them given the usual treatment they recieve!!!! Dingle Dangle
  • Score: -3

5:48pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Dingle Dangle says...

As for h20's claim I am now owned - you clearly are a throwback from the league of gentlemen. What next breast feeding your pig !!!!!
As for h20's claim I am now owned - you clearly are a throwback from the league of gentlemen. What next breast feeding your pig !!!!! Dingle Dangle
  • Score: -3

6:45pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Pompey Claret says...

owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES!

There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months!

March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake!

Look up.
If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season.

But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way.

You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently.

Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one.

A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.
Oh dear failed again nick.

Let's deal with Forest who were unbeaten in 14 games with a list of injuries long before we played them. Forest have one of the biggest squads in the championship and quite an expensive one at that. They have a big squad to cater for just that reason INJURIES. It's part and parcel in football to get injuries. Oh and by the way we played Forest 3 times and not lost to them this season.

As for Derby SD, his staff and the players are under no illusions that the Rams are a good team . The new manager has managed to get more out of his players than the previous one and are in fine form. It will be a tuff game just like every game is in this league. Like Derby have got better we have too and should make for a cracking game.

If we win great , it builds a gap . If we draw nothing changes and if we lose it is not the end of our season. There are no guarantees of a win no matter who you play. What ever happens Saturday Burnley will still b well positioned with 13 games to play.

As for luck well that's the jealousy in you rearing it's ugly head. If you want to talk about luck just look at the deflected goal Rhodes got that earned Rovers an undeserved draw at the turf this season. It could have gone anywhere and last season too at deadwood so enough said.

Come back when you have something constructive.

UTC
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES! There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months! March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake! Look up.[/p][/quote]If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season. But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way. You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently. Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one. A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.[/p][/quote]Oh dear failed again nick. Let's deal with Forest who were unbeaten in 14 games with a list of injuries long before we played them. Forest have one of the biggest squads in the championship and quite an expensive one at that. They have a big squad to cater for just that reason INJURIES. It's part and parcel in football to get injuries. Oh and by the way we played Forest 3 times and not lost to them this season. As for Derby SD, his staff and the players are under no illusions that the Rams are a good team . The new manager has managed to get more out of his players than the previous one and are in fine form. It will be a tuff game just like every game is in this league. Like Derby have got better we have too and should make for a cracking game. If we win great , it builds a gap . If we draw nothing changes and if we lose it is not the end of our season. There are no guarantees of a win no matter who you play. What ever happens Saturday Burnley will still b well positioned with 13 games to play. As for luck well that's the jealousy in you rearing it's ugly head. If you want to talk about luck just look at the deflected goal Rhodes got that earned Rovers an undeserved draw at the turf this season. It could have gone anywhere and last season too at deadwood so enough said. Come back when you have something constructive. UTC Pompey Claret
  • Score: 2

7:14pm Wed 26 Feb 14

H2O Control says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
As for h20's claim I am now owned - you clearly are a throwback from the league of gentlemen. What next breast feeding your pig !!!!!
Well done retard. Done as you were told. Posted as instructed,. Ownership confirmed by his own dimwits. Owned forever amen. You're still a loser and a liar. Pop pop pop
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: As for h20's claim I am now owned - you clearly are a throwback from the league of gentlemen. What next breast feeding your pig !!!!![/p][/quote]Well done retard. Done as you were told. Posted as instructed,. Ownership confirmed by his own dimwits. Owned forever amen. You're still a loser and a liar. Pop pop pop H2O Control
  • Score: 1

7:19pm Wed 26 Feb 14

H2O Control says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
I'm merely remarking at the delirium that clearly exists given the ludicrous comparisons in this paper over the last 2 days.. You lot are talking like your are in the prem already. Talk about counting your chickens - then again counting them will be something of a relief for them given the usual treatment they recieve!!!!
When it comes to chickens, you lob-sided gobbed retard, you have Venky to go and stuff. Your posting is so f.uck.in stupid - so you. At least you are doing as you are told. Own ya sunny. Pop goes the retard.
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: I'm merely remarking at the delirium that clearly exists given the ludicrous comparisons in this paper over the last 2 days.. You lot are talking like your are in the prem already. Talk about counting your chickens - then again counting them will be something of a relief for them given the usual treatment they recieve!!!![/p][/quote]When it comes to chickens, you lob-sided gobbed retard, you have Venky to go and stuff. Your posting is so f.uck.in stupid - so you. At least you are doing as you are told. Own ya sunny. Pop goes the retard. H2O Control
  • Score: 1

7:21pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Steven Seagull says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
As for h20's claim I am now owned - you clearly are a throwback from the league of gentlemen. What next breast feeding your pig !!!!!
Your mother should have had her dinner by now.
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: As for h20's claim I am now owned - you clearly are a throwback from the league of gentlemen. What next breast feeding your pig !!!!![/p][/quote]Your mother should have had her dinner by now. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 0

10:23am Thu 27 Feb 14

owd nick says...

Pompey Claret wrote:
owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES!

There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months!

March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake!

Look up.
If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season.

But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way.

You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently.

Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one.

A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.
Oh dear failed again nick.

Let's deal with Forest who were unbeaten in 14 games with a list of injuries long before we played them. Forest have one of the biggest squads in the championship and quite an expensive one at that. They have a big squad to cater for just that reason INJURIES. It's part and parcel in football to get injuries. Oh and by the way we played Forest 3 times and not lost to them this season.

As for Derby SD, his staff and the players are under no illusions that the Rams are a good team . The new manager has managed to get more out of his players than the previous one and are in fine form. It will be a tuff game just like every game is in this league. Like Derby have got better we have too and should make for a cracking game.

If we win great , it builds a gap . If we draw nothing changes and if we lose it is not the end of our season. There are no guarantees of a win no matter who you play. What ever happens Saturday Burnley will still b well positioned with 13 games to play.

As for luck well that's the jealousy in you rearing it's ugly head. If you want to talk about luck just look at the deflected goal Rhodes got that earned Rovers an undeserved draw at the turf this season. It could have gone anywhere and last season too at deadwood so enough said.

Come back when you have something constructive.

UTC
I was being constructive, I have a lot of respect for what Burnley have achieved this season under an excellent manager, I also have a lot of respect for real Burnley fans like your good self and CrisP.

I was basically having a go at the moronic troll who has at least 6 identities and exists just to wreck every discussion.

You do make your own luck to a certain extent and yes I was the first to admit that Rhode's goal was lucky, but it's one of the few bits of luck we have had all season, but luck changes.

If you do go up I will be one of the first on here congratulating you.
[quote][p][bold]Pompey Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES! There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months! March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake! Look up.[/p][/quote]If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season. But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way. You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently. Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one. A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.[/p][/quote]Oh dear failed again nick. Let's deal with Forest who were unbeaten in 14 games with a list of injuries long before we played them. Forest have one of the biggest squads in the championship and quite an expensive one at that. They have a big squad to cater for just that reason INJURIES. It's part and parcel in football to get injuries. Oh and by the way we played Forest 3 times and not lost to them this season. As for Derby SD, his staff and the players are under no illusions that the Rams are a good team . The new manager has managed to get more out of his players than the previous one and are in fine form. It will be a tuff game just like every game is in this league. Like Derby have got better we have too and should make for a cracking game. If we win great , it builds a gap . If we draw nothing changes and if we lose it is not the end of our season. There are no guarantees of a win no matter who you play. What ever happens Saturday Burnley will still b well positioned with 13 games to play. As for luck well that's the jealousy in you rearing it's ugly head. If you want to talk about luck just look at the deflected goal Rhodes got that earned Rovers an undeserved draw at the turf this season. It could have gone anywhere and last season too at deadwood so enough said. Come back when you have something constructive. UTC[/p][/quote]I was being constructive, I have a lot of respect for what Burnley have achieved this season under an excellent manager, I also have a lot of respect for real Burnley fans like your good self and CrisP. I was basically having a go at the moronic troll who has at least 6 identities and exists just to wreck every discussion. You do make your own luck to a certain extent and yes I was the first to admit that Rhode's goal was lucky, but it's one of the few bits of luck we have had all season, but luck changes. If you do go up I will be one of the first on here congratulating you. owd nick
  • Score: 3

10:46am Thu 27 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

owd nick wrote:
Pompey Claret wrote:
owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES!

There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months!

March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake!

Look up.
If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season.

But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way.

You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently.

Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one.

A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.
Oh dear failed again nick.

Let's deal with Forest who were unbeaten in 14 games with a list of injuries long before we played them. Forest have one of the biggest squads in the championship and quite an expensive one at that. They have a big squad to cater for just that reason INJURIES. It's part and parcel in football to get injuries. Oh and by the way we played Forest 3 times and not lost to them this season.

As for Derby SD, his staff and the players are under no illusions that the Rams are a good team . The new manager has managed to get more out of his players than the previous one and are in fine form. It will be a tuff game just like every game is in this league. Like Derby have got better we have too and should make for a cracking game.

If we win great , it builds a gap . If we draw nothing changes and if we lose it is not the end of our season. There are no guarantees of a win no matter who you play. What ever happens Saturday Burnley will still b well positioned with 13 games to play.

As for luck well that's the jealousy in you rearing it's ugly head. If you want to talk about luck just look at the deflected goal Rhodes got that earned Rovers an undeserved draw at the turf this season. It could have gone anywhere and last season too at deadwood so enough said.

Come back when you have something constructive.

UTC
I was being constructive, I have a lot of respect for what Burnley have achieved this season under an excellent manager, I also have a lot of respect for real Burnley fans like your good self and CrisP.

I was basically having a go at the moronic troll who has at least 6 identities and exists just to wreck every discussion.

You do make your own luck to a certain extent and yes I was the first to admit that Rhode's goal was lucky, but it's one of the few bits of luck we have had all season, but luck changes.

If you do go up I will be one of the first on here congratulating you.
Fair play to you old nick. I for one would love it if Rovers were promoted via the playoffs. Keep the local derby going I say. I do assume that we will go up in a straight promotion. I remember 2009 - not good for the old ticker!
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pompey Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES! There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months! March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake! Look up.[/p][/quote]If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season. But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way. You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently. Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one. A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.[/p][/quote]Oh dear failed again nick. Let's deal with Forest who were unbeaten in 14 games with a list of injuries long before we played them. Forest have one of the biggest squads in the championship and quite an expensive one at that. They have a big squad to cater for just that reason INJURIES. It's part and parcel in football to get injuries. Oh and by the way we played Forest 3 times and not lost to them this season. As for Derby SD, his staff and the players are under no illusions that the Rams are a good team . The new manager has managed to get more out of his players than the previous one and are in fine form. It will be a tuff game just like every game is in this league. Like Derby have got better we have too and should make for a cracking game. If we win great , it builds a gap . If we draw nothing changes and if we lose it is not the end of our season. There are no guarantees of a win no matter who you play. What ever happens Saturday Burnley will still b well positioned with 13 games to play. As for luck well that's the jealousy in you rearing it's ugly head. If you want to talk about luck just look at the deflected goal Rhodes got that earned Rovers an undeserved draw at the turf this season. It could have gone anywhere and last season too at deadwood so enough said. Come back when you have something constructive. UTC[/p][/quote]I was being constructive, I have a lot of respect for what Burnley have achieved this season under an excellent manager, I also have a lot of respect for real Burnley fans like your good self and CrisP. I was basically having a go at the moronic troll who has at least 6 identities and exists just to wreck every discussion. You do make your own luck to a certain extent and yes I was the first to admit that Rhode's goal was lucky, but it's one of the few bits of luck we have had all season, but luck changes. If you do go up I will be one of the first on here congratulating you.[/p][/quote]Fair play to you old nick. I for one would love it if Rovers were promoted via the playoffs. Keep the local derby going I say. I do assume that we will go up in a straight promotion. I remember 2009 - not good for the old ticker! RobH2O
  • Score: 2

12:57pm Thu 27 Feb 14

owd nick says...

RobH2O wrote:
owd nick wrote:
Pompey Claret wrote:
owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES!

There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months!

March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake!

Look up.
If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season.

But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way.

You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently.

Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one.

A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.
Oh dear failed again nick.

Let's deal with Forest who were unbeaten in 14 games with a list of injuries long before we played them. Forest have one of the biggest squads in the championship and quite an expensive one at that. They have a big squad to cater for just that reason INJURIES. It's part and parcel in football to get injuries. Oh and by the way we played Forest 3 times and not lost to them this season.

As for Derby SD, his staff and the players are under no illusions that the Rams are a good team . The new manager has managed to get more out of his players than the previous one and are in fine form. It will be a tuff game just like every game is in this league. Like Derby have got better we have too and should make for a cracking game.

If we win great , it builds a gap . If we draw nothing changes and if we lose it is not the end of our season. There are no guarantees of a win no matter who you play. What ever happens Saturday Burnley will still b well positioned with 13 games to play.

As for luck well that's the jealousy in you rearing it's ugly head. If you want to talk about luck just look at the deflected goal Rhodes got that earned Rovers an undeserved draw at the turf this season. It could have gone anywhere and last season too at deadwood so enough said.

Come back when you have something constructive.

UTC
I was being constructive, I have a lot of respect for what Burnley have achieved this season under an excellent manager, I also have a lot of respect for real Burnley fans like your good self and CrisP.

I was basically having a go at the moronic troll who has at least 6 identities and exists just to wreck every discussion.

You do make your own luck to a certain extent and yes I was the first to admit that Rhode's goal was lucky, but it's one of the few bits of luck we have had all season, but luck changes.

If you do go up I will be one of the first on here congratulating you.
Fair play to you old nick. I for one would love it if Rovers were promoted via the playoffs. Keep the local derby going I say. I do assume that we will go up in a straight promotion. I remember 2009 - not good for the old ticker!
I wouldn't, not sure if I wan't us to get to the play offs, heart says yes, brain says no.

Reason? We simply aren't ready, too many new faces and we aren't stable enough as a club and fan base to cope, I think our time will be next season.

This season is yours for the taking if you can keep it going, but I do honestly suspect that Derby will take the second spot from you, saying that you are nailed on for a play off place.

If that's the case Wigan will be your biggest danger, they are kicking into gear just at the right time, they to have a very good manager but are much better resourced.

I have always missed the derbies when we have been in different divisions over the years, I don't mind banter either way it's just the idiot troll who spoils it for everyone.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pompey Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES! There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months! March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake! Look up.[/p][/quote]If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season. But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way. You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently. Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one. A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.[/p][/quote]Oh dear failed again nick. Let's deal with Forest who were unbeaten in 14 games with a list of injuries long before we played them. Forest have one of the biggest squads in the championship and quite an expensive one at that. They have a big squad to cater for just that reason INJURIES. It's part and parcel in football to get injuries. Oh and by the way we played Forest 3 times and not lost to them this season. As for Derby SD, his staff and the players are under no illusions that the Rams are a good team . The new manager has managed to get more out of his players than the previous one and are in fine form. It will be a tuff game just like every game is in this league. Like Derby have got better we have too and should make for a cracking game. If we win great , it builds a gap . If we draw nothing changes and if we lose it is not the end of our season. There are no guarantees of a win no matter who you play. What ever happens Saturday Burnley will still b well positioned with 13 games to play. As for luck well that's the jealousy in you rearing it's ugly head. If you want to talk about luck just look at the deflected goal Rhodes got that earned Rovers an undeserved draw at the turf this season. It could have gone anywhere and last season too at deadwood so enough said. Come back when you have something constructive. UTC[/p][/quote]I was being constructive, I have a lot of respect for what Burnley have achieved this season under an excellent manager, I also have a lot of respect for real Burnley fans like your good self and CrisP. I was basically having a go at the moronic troll who has at least 6 identities and exists just to wreck every discussion. You do make your own luck to a certain extent and yes I was the first to admit that Rhode's goal was lucky, but it's one of the few bits of luck we have had all season, but luck changes. If you do go up I will be one of the first on here congratulating you.[/p][/quote]Fair play to you old nick. I for one would love it if Rovers were promoted via the playoffs. Keep the local derby going I say. I do assume that we will go up in a straight promotion. I remember 2009 - not good for the old ticker![/p][/quote]I wouldn't, not sure if I wan't us to get to the play offs, heart says yes, brain says no. Reason? We simply aren't ready, too many new faces and we aren't stable enough as a club and fan base to cope, I think our time will be next season. This season is yours for the taking if you can keep it going, but I do honestly suspect that Derby will take the second spot from you, saying that you are nailed on for a play off place. If that's the case Wigan will be your biggest danger, they are kicking into gear just at the right time, they to have a very good manager but are much better resourced. I have always missed the derbies when we have been in different divisions over the years, I don't mind banter either way it's just the idiot troll who spoils it for everyone. owd nick
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6:42pm Thu 27 Feb 14

Pompey Claret says...

owd nick wrote:
Pompey Claret wrote:
owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable
As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES!

There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months!

March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake!

Look up.
If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season.

But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way.

You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently.

Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one.

A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.
Oh dear failed again nick.

Let's deal with Forest who were unbeaten in 14 games with a list of injuries long before we played them. Forest have one of the biggest squads in the championship and quite an expensive one at that. They have a big squad to cater for just that reason INJURIES. It's part and parcel in football to get injuries. Oh and by the way we played Forest 3 times and not lost to them this season.

As for Derby SD, his staff and the players are under no illusions that the Rams are a good team . The new manager has managed to get more out of his players than the previous one and are in fine form. It will be a tuff game just like every game is in this league. Like Derby have got better we have too and should make for a cracking game.

If we win great , it builds a gap . If we draw nothing changes and if we lose it is not the end of our season. There are no guarantees of a win no matter who you play. What ever happens Saturday Burnley will still b well positioned with 13 games to play.

As for luck well that's the jealousy in you rearing it's ugly head. If you want to talk about luck just look at the deflected goal Rhodes got that earned Rovers an undeserved draw at the turf this season. It could have gone anywhere and last season too at deadwood so enough said.

Come back when you have something constructive.

UTC
I was being constructive, I have a lot of respect for what Burnley have achieved this season under an excellent manager, I also have a lot of respect for real Burnley fans like your good self and CrisP.

I was basically having a go at the moronic troll who has at least 6 identities and exists just to wreck every discussion.

You do make your own luck to a certain extent and yes I was the first to admit that Rhode's goal was lucky, but it's one of the few bits of luck we have had all season, but luck changes.

If you do go up I will be one of the first on here congratulating you.
Point taken Nick .

Let's just hope that our game is a good spectacle for TV and all who watch whoever they support .

UTC
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pompey Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Another day and another outrageous comparison. The dingles are losing the plot and are dangerously delusional which makes March 9th even more enjoyable[/p][/quote]As heartbreaking as it is for you rodents, we have taken 10 points out of 12 to put ourselves clear in second place having gone 7 points above QPR and cut Leicester's lead by 5 points. We have destroyed a Nottingham Forest side that was unbeaten in 14 games, and even with Danny Ings having an off day by his standards, we STILL SCORED 3 IN 35 MINUTES! There is no delusion here. The league table does not lie, unlike yourself. Read it and weep no-dad, Burnley are second in the league having been in the top 3 for almost 6 months! March the 9th will be the icing on the ginger cake! Look up.[/p][/quote]If you do beat Derby then fair do, that will put you in pole position for promotion and you will deserve it, and if that's the case I honestly hope for the real Burnley fans that they do go up, because the table never lies at the end of the season. But Derby are a far better, stronger team now than they were earlier in the season, certainly the best team I have seen at Ewood so far by a long, long way. You are great at dishing it out but we all know you can't take it, if you lose to Derby and Rovers that will destroy your season and lets face it although Burnley are a decent side they have ridden their luck in quite a few games recently. Forest losing half there side prior to playing you being one. A couple of long overdue defeats, a couple of injuries to crucial players and it all comes crashing down.[/p][/quote]Oh dear failed again nick. Let's deal with Forest who were unbeaten in 14 games with a list of injuries long before we played them. Forest have one of the biggest squads in the championship and quite an expensive one at that. They have a big squad to cater for just that reason INJURIES. It's part and parcel in football to get injuries. Oh and by the way we played Forest 3 times and not lost to them this season. As for Derby SD, his staff and the players are under no illusions that the Rams are a good team . The new manager has managed to get more out of his players than the previous one and are in fine form. It will be a tuff game just like every game is in this league. Like Derby have got better we have too and should make for a cracking game. If we win great , it builds a gap . If we draw nothing changes and if we lose it is not the end of our season. There are no guarantees of a win no matter who you play. What ever happens Saturday Burnley will still b well positioned with 13 games to play. As for luck well that's the jealousy in you rearing it's ugly head. If you want to talk about luck just look at the deflected goal Rhodes got that earned Rovers an undeserved draw at the turf this season. It could have gone anywhere and last season too at deadwood so enough said. Come back when you have something constructive. UTC[/p][/quote]I was being constructive, I have a lot of respect for what Burnley have achieved this season under an excellent manager, I also have a lot of respect for real Burnley fans like your good self and CrisP. I was basically having a go at the moronic troll who has at least 6 identities and exists just to wreck every discussion. You do make your own luck to a certain extent and yes I was the first to admit that Rhode's goal was lucky, but it's one of the few bits of luck we have had all season, but luck changes. If you do go up I will be one of the first on here congratulating you.[/p][/quote]Point taken Nick . Let's just hope that our game is a good spectacle for TV and all who watch whoever they support . UTC Pompey Claret
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