Clarets in a ticket rush

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Burnley have sold out of lower tier tickets for their East Lancashire derby at Blackburn Rovers on Sunday, March 9.

A small number of family tickets remain on sale in the upper tier for the match.

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8:42am Thu 27 Feb 14

houseclaret says...

Should be a great atmosphere. Always better with plenty of visiting fans at a derby. Hope Rovers remember that next time we play 'em at the turf. Oh, forgot, that won't be for quite some time will it?
Should be a great atmosphere. Always better with plenty of visiting fans at a derby. Hope Rovers remember that next time we play 'em at the turf. Oh, forgot, that won't be for quite some time will it? houseclaret
  • Score: 3

9:16am Thu 27 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Now that's how to sell out your allocation. Rovers attendance at Turf Moor was nothing less than abysmal.

And believe it or not BRFC is actually having to offer INCENTIVES for the no-dads to turn up for the derby! You couldn't make it up.

I'm sure there will be plenty who have already accepted that this might just be the game in which the tide turns.

March 9th and Ewood Park will turn Claret and Blue!
Now that's how to sell out your allocation. Rovers attendance at Turf Moor was nothing less than abysmal. And believe it or not BRFC is actually having to offer INCENTIVES for the no-dads to turn up for the derby! You couldn't make it up. I'm sure there will be plenty who have already accepted that this might just be the game in which the tide turns. March 9th and Ewood Park will turn Claret and Blue! look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 1

9:40am Thu 27 Feb 14

devo12 says...

Ther are no INCENTIVES for the derby, they are for the Bournemouth match.
You need to worry about the pitiful attendances at the Turd, 11,000 and going for promotion? Big game vs Forest, 8000 empty seats. Rovers are at an ALL TIME LOW under Venkys and still get better gates than you lot when you are thinking about going up!
Sad that both derby games are not sell outs any more, sign of the times, football is killing itself, it is no longer the attraction it used to be, bring back the days of Steve Kindon, Peter Noble and Simon Garner.
Ther are no INCENTIVES for the derby, they are for the Bournemouth match. You need to worry about the pitiful attendances at the Turd, 11,000 and going for promotion? Big game vs Forest, 8000 empty seats. Rovers are at an ALL TIME LOW under Venkys and still get better gates than you lot when you are thinking about going up! Sad that both derby games are not sell outs any more, sign of the times, football is killing itself, it is no longer the attraction it used to be, bring back the days of Steve Kindon, Peter Noble and Simon Garner. devo12
  • Score: -1

9:40am Thu 27 Feb 14

Dingle Dangle says...

Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh
Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh Dingle Dangle
  • Score: -6

10:12am Thu 27 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh
Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle.

The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special.

The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming....
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh[/p][/quote]Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle. The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special. The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming.... look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 4

10:32am Thu 27 Feb 14

Garylla says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh
Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle.

The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special.

The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming....
If you score 1 it will only because we've taken our foot off the gas after Dunny slots in the fifth you demented dingle. See you in the playoffs...THAT'S what YOU'RE worried about. 35 years .
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh[/p][/quote]Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle. The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special. The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming....[/p][/quote]If you score 1 it will only because we've taken our foot off the gas after Dunny slots in the fifth you demented dingle. See you in the playoffs...THAT'S what YOU'RE worried about. 35 years . Garylla
  • Score: -5

10:36am Thu 27 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

devo12 wrote:
Ther are no INCENTIVES for the derby, they are for the Bournemouth match.
You need to worry about the pitiful attendances at the Turd, 11,000 and going for promotion? Big game vs Forest, 8000 empty seats. Rovers are at an ALL TIME LOW under Venkys and still get better gates than you lot when you are thinking about going up!
Sad that both derby games are not sell outs any more, sign of the times, football is killing itself, it is no longer the attraction it used to be, bring back the days of Steve Kindon, Peter Noble and Simon Garner.
Football killing itself? Totally agree. Why and how is that? Ah yes, a club in the early 1990's spending money not generated from core income, or the ability to borrow to spend proportionate to core income. That event led to the way larger clubs have to fund themselves today. FFP the coming consequence.

The club that started this? Sorry, did I not say? Blackburn Rovers.
[quote][p][bold]devo12[/bold] wrote: Ther are no INCENTIVES for the derby, they are for the Bournemouth match. You need to worry about the pitiful attendances at the Turd, 11,000 and going for promotion? Big game vs Forest, 8000 empty seats. Rovers are at an ALL TIME LOW under Venkys and still get better gates than you lot when you are thinking about going up! Sad that both derby games are not sell outs any more, sign of the times, football is killing itself, it is no longer the attraction it used to be, bring back the days of Steve Kindon, Peter Noble and Simon Garner.[/p][/quote]Football killing itself? Totally agree. Why and how is that? Ah yes, a club in the early 1990's spending money not generated from core income, or the ability to borrow to spend proportionate to core income. That event led to the way larger clubs have to fund themselves today. FFP the coming consequence. The club that started this? Sorry, did I not say? Blackburn Rovers. RobH2O
  • Score: 8

10:38am Thu 27 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

Garylla wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh
Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle.

The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special.

The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming....
If you score 1 it will only because we've taken our foot off the gas after Dunny slots in the fifth you demented dingle. See you in the playoffs...THAT'S what YOU'RE worried about. 35 years .
The worst we can expect is the playoffs - however much we **** up we will be there. If we don't **** up, we will be promoted automatically. We definitely get a shot either way. What have you currently got?
[quote][p][bold]Garylla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh[/p][/quote]Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle. The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special. The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming....[/p][/quote]If you score 1 it will only because we've taken our foot off the gas after Dunny slots in the fifth you demented dingle. See you in the playoffs...THAT'S what YOU'RE worried about. 35 years .[/p][/quote]The worst we can expect is the playoffs - however much we **** up we will be there. If we don't **** up, we will be promoted automatically. We definitely get a shot either way. What have you currently got? RobH2O
  • Score: 5

10:41am Thu 27 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh
The only thing that will be demolished is petty self-indulgent retard world. A little tip for you - we can loose to you and we can still go up. We can loose to you and still be in the playoffs at very worst. You've no guarantees in your mong world you lying looser. Pop goes the retard.
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh[/p][/quote]The only thing that will be demolished is petty self-indulgent retard world. A little tip for you - we can loose to you and we can still go up. We can loose to you and still be in the playoffs at very worst. You've no guarantees in your mong world you lying looser. Pop goes the retard. RobH2O
  • Score: 5

11:13am Thu 27 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Blackburn Plastic FC brought a PATHETIC 2500 fans to the Turf are being embarrassed yet again by their bigger and better East Lancashire neighbours.

And seeing the latest press release regarding the Bournemouth tickets - which basically says "Please turn up to this game Blackburn fans, we know we will in all likelyhood get beat, but we really need your support"

Awful fans
Awful club
Awful team
Brilliant owners
Blackburn Plastic FC brought a PATHETIC 2500 fans to the Turf are being embarrassed yet again by their bigger and better East Lancashire neighbours. And seeing the latest press release regarding the Bournemouth tickets - which basically says "Please turn up to this game Blackburn fans, we know we will in all likelyhood get beat, but we really need your support" Awful fans Awful club Awful team Brilliant owners Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 8

11:15am Thu 27 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Garylla wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh
Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle.

The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special.

The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming....
If you score 1 it will only because we've taken our foot off the gas after Dunny slots in the fifth you demented dingle. See you in the playoffs...THAT'S what YOU'RE worried about. 35 years .
Play offs - are you currently in your highest league position of the season - NINTH??????????

More chance of Mrs Desai riding Gary 'Mr Monotone' Bowyer like a horse around the stadium pre-match.

Blackburn in the play-offs = comedy gold.
[quote][p][bold]Garylla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh[/p][/quote]Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle. The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special. The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming....[/p][/quote]If you score 1 it will only because we've taken our foot off the gas after Dunny slots in the fifth you demented dingle. See you in the playoffs...THAT'S what YOU'RE worried about. 35 years .[/p][/quote]Play offs - are you currently in your highest league position of the season - NINTH?????????? More chance of Mrs Desai riding Gary 'Mr Monotone' Bowyer like a horse around the stadium pre-match. Blackburn in the play-offs = comedy gold. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 5

11:36am Thu 27 Feb 14

Helmshore Blue says...

RobH2O wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh
The only thing that will be demolished is petty self-indulgent retard world. A little tip for you - we can loose to you and we can still go up. We can loose to you and still be in the playoffs at very worst. You've no guarantees in your mong world you lying looser. Pop goes the retard.
its lose you thick dingle inbred not loose unlike your sister
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh[/p][/quote]The only thing that will be demolished is petty self-indulgent retard world. A little tip for you - we can loose to you and we can still go up. We can loose to you and still be in the playoffs at very worst. You've no guarantees in your mong world you lying looser. Pop goes the retard.[/p][/quote]its lose you thick dingle inbred not loose unlike your sister Helmshore Blue
  • Score: -5

11:48am Thu 27 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Helmshore Blue wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh
The only thing that will be demolished is petty self-indulgent retard world. A little tip for you - we can loose to you and we can still go up. We can loose to you and still be in the playoffs at very worst. You've no guarantees in your mong world you lying looser. Pop goes the retard.
its lose you thick dingle inbred not loose unlike your sister
You forgot a capital I for the first word.

You forgot that 'its' should be 'it's' with an apostrophe.

You missed a couple of commas out after 'inbred' and 'loose'.

You missed a full stop at the end.

So you managed five mistakes in an eleven word sentence you thick Blackburn gyppo.

Another gimp owned.
[quote][p][bold]Helmshore Blue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh[/p][/quote]The only thing that will be demolished is petty self-indulgent retard world. A little tip for you - we can loose to you and we can still go up. We can loose to you and still be in the playoffs at very worst. You've no guarantees in your mong world you lying looser. Pop goes the retard.[/p][/quote]its lose you thick dingle inbred not loose unlike your sister[/p][/quote]You forgot a capital I for the first word. You forgot that 'its' should be 'it's' with an apostrophe. You missed a couple of commas out after 'inbred' and 'loose'. You missed a full stop at the end. So you managed five mistakes in an eleven word sentence you thick Blackburn gyppo. Another gimp owned. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 9

1:28pm Thu 27 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

Helmshore Blue wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh
The only thing that will be demolished is petty self-indulgent retard world. A little tip for you - we can loose to you and we can still go up. We can loose to you and still be in the playoffs at very worst. You've no guarantees in your mong world you lying looser. Pop goes the retard.
its lose you thick dingle inbred not loose unlike your sister
The spelling is wrong granted. Bi the argument is sound. Unlike you pavement-sitting brown pile
[quote][p][bold]Helmshore Blue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh[/p][/quote]The only thing that will be demolished is petty self-indulgent retard world. A little tip for you - we can loose to you and we can still go up. We can loose to you and still be in the playoffs at very worst. You've no guarantees in your mong world you lying looser. Pop goes the retard.[/p][/quote]its lose you thick dingle inbred not loose unlike your sister[/p][/quote]The spelling is wrong granted. Bi the argument is sound. Unlike you pavement-sitting brown pile RobH2O
  • Score: 7

1:44pm Thu 27 Feb 14

Dingle Dangle says...

There'll be even less left of Burnley once we beat em. Can't wait for dunny to torture you some more
There'll be even less left of Burnley once we beat em. Can't wait for dunny to torture you some more Dingle Dangle
  • Score: -6

2:02pm Thu 27 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
There'll be even less left of Burnley once we beat em. Can't wait for dunny to torture you some more
Last season, Rovers took 3,347 to Burnley. Ticket Allocation was 4,270. This season, for the 14th September game at the Turf, you were allocated 3,400 tickets based on your demand from the previous season. You sold 2,377.

Last season, for the fixture at BolEwood we were offered 4,000 tickets. We sold 3,993. This season we have been offered 4,500. Ww have sold 4,408 as at midday today.

Go stuff these statistics into your pathetic website BRFC The Peoples Champions - you utterly colossal Clown.
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: There'll be even less left of Burnley once we beat em. Can't wait for dunny to torture you some more[/p][/quote]Last season, Rovers took 3,347 to Burnley. Ticket Allocation was 4,270. This season, for the 14th September game at the Turf, you were allocated 3,400 tickets based on your demand from the previous season. You sold 2,377. Last season, for the fixture at BolEwood we were offered 4,000 tickets. We sold 3,993. This season we have been offered 4,500. Ww have sold 4,408 as at midday today. Go stuff these statistics into your pathetic website BRFC The Peoples Champions - you utterly colossal Clown. RobH2O
  • Score: 6

2:52pm Thu 27 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
There'll be even less left of Burnley once we beat em. Can't wait for dunny to torture you some more
Dunny? You mean the fat waste of space who can't even get a game in Blackburn's powder puff midfield?

He will no doubt pick up a mystery knock which keeps him out of the upcoming smashing at the hands of Burnley.
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: There'll be even less left of Burnley once we beat em. Can't wait for dunny to torture you some more[/p][/quote]Dunny? You mean the fat waste of space who can't even get a game in Blackburn's powder puff midfield? He will no doubt pick up a mystery knock which keeps him out of the upcoming smashing at the hands of Burnley. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 4

3:20pm Thu 27 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
There'll be even less left of Burnley once we beat em. Can't wait for dunny to torture you some more
The only thing Fat Dunn tortures these days is the weighing scales.

Having a morbidly obese, immobile tub of custard doing a lot of shouting and pointing isn't going to do you boys a lot of good against arguably the best centre midfield pair in the league. The game will pass him by.

Fat he may be, but Dunn isn't altogether stupid. He longs to retire without a loss to Burnley on his record and he'll ensure this is the case by dropping out of the derby with yet another mystery injury.
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: There'll be even less left of Burnley once we beat em. Can't wait for dunny to torture you some more[/p][/quote]The only thing Fat Dunn tortures these days is the weighing scales. Having a morbidly obese, immobile tub of custard doing a lot of shouting and pointing isn't going to do you boys a lot of good against arguably the best centre midfield pair in the league. The game will pass him by. Fat he may be, but Dunn isn't altogether stupid. He longs to retire without a loss to Burnley on his record and he'll ensure this is the case by dropping out of the derby with yet another mystery injury. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 5

5:08pm Thu 27 Feb 14

Chris P Bacon says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
There'll be even less left of Burnley once we beat em. Can't wait for dunny to torture you some more
It's fewer, not less you imbecile. Doesn't your CPN correct these howlers for you?
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: There'll be even less left of Burnley once we beat em. Can't wait for dunny to torture you some more[/p][/quote]It's fewer, not less you imbecile. Doesn't your CPN correct these howlers for you? Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 2

5:15pm Thu 27 Feb 14

Garylla says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Garylla wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh
Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle.

The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special.

The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming....
If you score 1 it will only because we've taken our foot off the gas after Dunny slots in the fifth you demented dingle. See you in the playoffs...THAT'S what YOU'RE worried about. 35 years .
Play offs - are you currently in your highest league position of the season - NINTH??????????

More chance of Mrs Desai riding Gary 'Mr Monotone' Bowyer like a horse around the stadium pre-match.

Blackburn in the play-offs = comedy gold.
Ha ha very funny, admit it it guys, you'r worst nightmare is meeting the mighty Rovers, your dominant neighbours, in the playoffs and Dunny scoring the winner! 11 points by March 9 2.30pm.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Garylla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh[/p][/quote]Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle. The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special. The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming....[/p][/quote]If you score 1 it will only because we've taken our foot off the gas after Dunny slots in the fifth you demented dingle. See you in the playoffs...THAT'S what YOU'RE worried about. 35 years .[/p][/quote]Play offs - are you currently in your highest league position of the season - NINTH?????????? More chance of Mrs Desai riding Gary 'Mr Monotone' Bowyer like a horse around the stadium pre-match. Blackburn in the play-offs = comedy gold.[/p][/quote]Ha ha very funny, admit it it guys, you'r worst nightmare is meeting the mighty Rovers, your dominant neighbours, in the playoffs and Dunny scoring the winner! 11 points by March 9 2.30pm. Garylla
  • Score: -2

6:08pm Thu 27 Feb 14

daan says...

It's just unfortunate that they can't squeeze the whole village of Burnley in, I want as many dingles to witness the drubbing that's coming to them as possible.
It's just unfortunate that they can't squeeze the whole village of Burnley in, I want as many dingles to witness the drubbing that's coming to them as possible. daan
  • Score: -2

7:54pm Thu 27 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

daan wrote:
It's just unfortunate that they can't squeeze the whole village of Burnley in, I want as many dingles to witness the drubbing that's coming to them as possible.
"I want as many dingles to witness the drubbing that's coming to them as possible."


Of all the posts you imbeciles have laboriously typed out during the run up to the derby game, this is the one that I will return to when we have destroyed you at Ewood. I will remind you of this again, and again, and again.
[quote][p][bold]daan[/bold] wrote: It's just unfortunate that they can't squeeze the whole village of Burnley in, I want as many dingles to witness the drubbing that's coming to them as possible.[/p][/quote]"I want as many dingles to witness the drubbing that's coming to them as possible." Of all the posts you imbeciles have laboriously typed out during the run up to the derby game, this is the one that I will return to when we have destroyed you at Ewood. I will remind you of this again, and again, and again. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 2

7:59pm Thu 27 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

Garylla wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Garylla wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Dingle Dangle wrote:
Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh
Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle.

The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special.

The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming....
If you score 1 it will only because we've taken our foot off the gas after Dunny slots in the fifth you demented dingle. See you in the playoffs...THAT'S what YOU'RE worried about. 35 years .
Play offs - are you currently in your highest league position of the season - NINTH??????????

More chance of Mrs Desai riding Gary 'Mr Monotone' Bowyer like a horse around the stadium pre-match.

Blackburn in the play-offs = comedy gold.
Ha ha very funny, admit it it guys, you'r worst nightmare is meeting the mighty Rovers, your dominant neighbours, in the playoffs and Dunny scoring the winner! 11 points by March 9 2.30pm.
It could be 11 points by March 9th 2.30pm,

but more likely it will be......

23 points by March 9th 2.30pm.

Imagine that if you can... the no-dads losing their 34 year comfort blanket and then, to add insult to injury, having to watch as Burnley secure automatic promotion and the riches of the Premier League.

How sick would that make you Mungo?
[quote][p][bold]Garylla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Garylla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: Bring it on. Try not to demolish the toilets this time eh[/p][/quote]Perhaps a tad overconfident there Single Mongle. The toilets are where you'll be hiding once that second Burnley goal goes in and the game (and indeed your whole life) starts to slip from your grasp. The sight of the no-dads leaving early when the third goes in will be something really special. The best part of it is, deep down you know that it's coming....[/p][/quote]If you score 1 it will only because we've taken our foot off the gas after Dunny slots in the fifth you demented dingle. See you in the playoffs...THAT'S what YOU'RE worried about. 35 years .[/p][/quote]Play offs - are you currently in your highest league position of the season - NINTH?????????? More chance of Mrs Desai riding Gary 'Mr Monotone' Bowyer like a horse around the stadium pre-match. Blackburn in the play-offs = comedy gold.[/p][/quote]Ha ha very funny, admit it it guys, you'r worst nightmare is meeting the mighty Rovers, your dominant neighbours, in the playoffs and Dunny scoring the winner! 11 points by March 9 2.30pm.[/p][/quote]It could be 11 points by March 9th 2.30pm, but more likely it will be...... 23 points by March 9th 2.30pm. Imagine that if you can... the no-dads losing their 34 year comfort blanket and then, to add insult to injury, having to watch as Burnley secure automatic promotion and the riches of the Premier League. How sick would that make you Mungo? look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 2

10:05pm Thu 27 Feb 14

stevieclaret says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Blackburn Plastic FC brought a PATHETIC 2500 fans to the Turf are being embarrassed yet again by their bigger and better East Lancashire neighbours.

And seeing the latest press release regarding the Bournemouth tickets - which basically says "Please turn up to this game Blackburn fans, we know we will in all likelyhood get beat, but we really need your support"

Awful fans
Awful club
Awful team
Brilliant owners
Don't exaggerate Charlie boy. They brought less than 2500. I wonder what their excuses were? Expecting defeat maybe. They r offering tickets for a fiver to watch them against Bournemouth in order to sell them. You av to laugh - blinding.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Plastic FC brought a PATHETIC 2500 fans to the Turf are being embarrassed yet again by their bigger and better East Lancashire neighbours. And seeing the latest press release regarding the Bournemouth tickets - which basically says "Please turn up to this game Blackburn fans, we know we will in all likelyhood get beat, but we really need your support" Awful fans Awful club Awful team Brilliant owners[/p][/quote]Don't exaggerate Charlie boy. They brought less than 2500. I wonder what their excuses were? Expecting defeat maybe. They r offering tickets for a fiver to watch them against Bournemouth in order to sell them. You av to laugh - blinding. stevieclaret
  • Score: 2

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