Bring on Rovers roars Clarets boss Dyche

This Is Lancashire: Sean Dyche Sean Dyche

UPBEAT Sean Dyche declared his Burnley side “in great shape” for Sunday’s derby, after their Derby delight.

A 2-0 win over nearest promotion rivals County stretched their advantage in second spot to five points with 13 games to go.

Rams boss Steve McClaren felt second spot would not be decided on the outcome of Saturday’s game, and Dyche maintained their mission to take one game at a time.

But he recognised the value of the win for their next outing.

“The next one is obviously a very local big step against Blackburn. It’s fair to say we’re in great shape for it,” said Dyche, who felt the Clarets were full value for their win – even before Derby were reduced to 10 men before the break with a second yellow card for Chris Martin for what referee Robert Madley deemed a dive in the box.

“I thought we were very good again in the first half and there was a nice feel about the group, great energy – as ever – and a real quality feel about us as a side.

“We shifted the ball well, created chances and I felt we deserved at half-time to be up in the game.”

Burnley, who went ahead with David Jones’ first league goal of the season – a stunning dipping volley, had a one-man advantage for the whole second half.

Although Dyche noted a number of fouls committed by Martin before his initial booking, the Clarets boss had some sympathy for the Rams’ situation.

“I can imagine they’d be disappointed with it, and I’m probably thinking I would be,” he said.

“But overall I thought we had the better fist of it if I’m honest, I thought we were in good shape, and weirdly were better 11 v 11.”

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9:25am Mon 3 Mar 14

look.up.blackburn says...

*** BREAKING NEWS ***

"The latest shipment of emergency neck braces are being distributed by Blackburn with Darwen council following reports that local medical departments are now overrun with cases of chronic neck pain due to the Clarets continued lofty position.

Blackburn fans are being urged by medical professionals to take a break from looking up at the Clarets to avoid serious and lasting damage to the cervical vertebrae."

"Rovers season ticket holder Neville Nodad, 53, of Shadsworth Road was rushed into the emergency department at the Royal Blackburn hospital yesterday having complained of a sore neck since the beginning of October, coincidentally around the time the Clarets stormed to the top of the League. Neville said he felt his neck lock up, preventing him from finishing his morning Pot Noodle. Following emergency surgery he has been put on a course of painkillers and must attend physiotherapy sessions in the hope that full movement may be restored to his damaged neck."

Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph Neville said, "I tried to deny it to the doctor but he saw right through me when he asked if I'd been looking up at the Clarets again. I have to admit to being one of many Rovers supporters suffering at the present time. It's difficult when our team is sliding down the league while against all odds our biggest rivals are showing us how its done. I've now had to refrain from looking up due to my condition and I urge others like me to do the same. Burnley are now almost out of sight so we might as well rest our sore necks and spend our time looking down as that's clearly the way we're heading."
*** BREAKING NEWS *** "The latest shipment of emergency neck braces are being distributed by Blackburn with Darwen council following reports that local medical departments are now overrun with cases of chronic neck pain due to the Clarets continued lofty position. Blackburn fans are being urged by medical professionals to take a break from looking up at the Clarets to avoid serious and lasting damage to the cervical vertebrae." "Rovers season ticket holder Neville Nodad, 53, of Shadsworth Road was rushed into the emergency department at the Royal Blackburn hospital yesterday having complained of a sore neck since the beginning of October, coincidentally around the time the Clarets stormed to the top of the League. Neville said he felt his neck lock up, preventing him from finishing his morning Pot Noodle. Following emergency surgery he has been put on a course of painkillers and must attend physiotherapy sessions in the hope that full movement may be restored to his damaged neck." Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph Neville said, "I tried to deny it to the doctor but he saw right through me when he asked if I'd been looking up at the Clarets again. I have to admit to being one of many Rovers supporters suffering at the present time. It's difficult when our team is sliding down the league while against all odds our biggest rivals are showing us how its done. I've now had to refrain from looking up due to my condition and I urge others like me to do the same. Burnley are now almost out of sight so we might as well rest our sore necks and spend our time looking down as that's clearly the way we're heading." look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 36

10:12am Mon 3 Mar 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
*** BREAKING NEWS ***

"The latest shipment of emergency neck braces are being distributed by Blackburn with Darwen council following reports that local medical departments are now overrun with cases of chronic neck pain due to the Clarets continued lofty position.

Blackburn fans are being urged by medical professionals to take a break from looking up at the Clarets to avoid serious and lasting damage to the cervical vertebrae."

"Rovers season ticket holder Neville Nodad, 53, of Shadsworth Road was rushed into the emergency department at the Royal Blackburn hospital yesterday having complained of a sore neck since the beginning of October, coincidentally around the time the Clarets stormed to the top of the League. Neville said he felt his neck lock up, preventing him from finishing his morning Pot Noodle. Following emergency surgery he has been put on a course of painkillers and must attend physiotherapy sessions in the hope that full movement may be restored to his damaged neck."

Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph Neville said, "I tried to deny it to the doctor but he saw right through me when he asked if I'd been looking up at the Clarets again. I have to admit to being one of many Rovers supporters suffering at the present time. It's difficult when our team is sliding down the league while against all odds our biggest rivals are showing us how its done. I've now had to refrain from looking up due to my condition and I urge others like me to do the same. Burnley are now almost out of sight so we might as well rest our sore necks and spend our time looking down as that's clearly the way we're heading."
Ha ha ha ha Fair enough that was one of your better posts, your quite amusing when you take time to think Sweetheart
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: *** BREAKING NEWS *** "The latest shipment of emergency neck braces are being distributed by Blackburn with Darwen council following reports that local medical departments are now overrun with cases of chronic neck pain due to the Clarets continued lofty position. Blackburn fans are being urged by medical professionals to take a break from looking up at the Clarets to avoid serious and lasting damage to the cervical vertebrae." "Rovers season ticket holder Neville Nodad, 53, of Shadsworth Road was rushed into the emergency department at the Royal Blackburn hospital yesterday having complained of a sore neck since the beginning of October, coincidentally around the time the Clarets stormed to the top of the League. Neville said he felt his neck lock up, preventing him from finishing his morning Pot Noodle. Following emergency surgery he has been put on a course of painkillers and must attend physiotherapy sessions in the hope that full movement may be restored to his damaged neck." Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph Neville said, "I tried to deny it to the doctor but he saw right through me when he asked if I'd been looking up at the Clarets again. I have to admit to being one of many Rovers supporters suffering at the present time. It's difficult when our team is sliding down the league while against all odds our biggest rivals are showing us how its done. I've now had to refrain from looking up due to my condition and I urge others like me to do the same. Burnley are now almost out of sight so we might as well rest our sore necks and spend our time looking down as that's clearly the way we're heading."[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha Fair enough that was one of your better posts, your quite amusing when you take time to think Sweetheart George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: 9

11:01am Mon 3 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................
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In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................ ....... TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -13

11:18am Mon 3 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................

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Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll?

EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS.

How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................ .......[/p][/quote]Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll? EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS. How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 12

11:34am Mon 3 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................


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Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll?

EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS.

How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan.
Eh? That's a bit unfair, not sure who this Fakevilla is - is that someone you've been arguing with when you've been posting on their board? I just say it how i see it and you've got to admit we've been pretty lucky so far. Hopefully it'll last through the season though do you not have that nagging feeling that it just can't?
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................ .......[/p][/quote]Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll? EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS. How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan.[/p][/quote]Eh? That's a bit unfair, not sure who this Fakevilla is - is that someone you've been arguing with when you've been posting on their board? I just say it how i see it and you've got to admit we've been pretty lucky so far. Hopefully it'll last through the season though do you not have that nagging feeling that it just can't? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -11

11:46am Mon 3 Mar 14

look.up.blackburn says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................



.......
Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll?

EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS.

How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan.
Eh? That's a bit unfair, not sure who this Fakevilla is - is that someone you've been arguing with when you've been posting on their board? I just say it how i see it and you've got to admit we've been pretty lucky so far. Hopefully it'll last through the season though do you not have that nagging feeling that it just can't?
Yeah we've been lucky haven't we?

Lucky to have been in the top 3 for 6 months.
Lucky to have only lost 3 games in 33.
Lucky to be 5 points above Derby.
Lucky to be 9 points above QPR.
Lucky to be 20 points above the filth.
Lucky to have not lost at home in a calendar year.
Lucky to have the best strike force in the league.
Lucky to have the best defensive record in the league.
Lucky, lucky, lucky.

Once again the rodent from Shadsworth is trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn Rovers continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown...

TurfMoorTom, you are a degenerate festering Rovers bellend.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................ .......[/p][/quote]Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll? EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS. How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan.[/p][/quote]Eh? That's a bit unfair, not sure who this Fakevilla is - is that someone you've been arguing with when you've been posting on their board? I just say it how i see it and you've got to admit we've been pretty lucky so far. Hopefully it'll last through the season though do you not have that nagging feeling that it just can't?[/p][/quote]Yeah we've been lucky haven't we? Lucky to have been in the top 3 for 6 months. Lucky to have only lost 3 games in 33. Lucky to be 5 points above Derby. Lucky to be 9 points above QPR. Lucky to be 20 points above the filth. Lucky to have not lost at home in a calendar year. Lucky to have the best strike force in the league. Lucky to have the best defensive record in the league. Lucky, lucky, lucky. Once again the rodent from Shadsworth is trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn Rovers continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown... TurfMoorTom, you are a degenerate festering Rovers bellend. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 26

11:53am Mon 3 Mar 14

Ken dodds cousin says...

Burnley are far the better side now as the league shows,why do the small neighbors from darwen keep harping on about us?!?!
Burnley are far the better side now as the league shows,why do the small neighbors from darwen keep harping on about us?!?! Ken dodds cousin
  • Score: 6

11:54am Mon 3 Mar 14

MikeMada says...

Lucky not to have a bunch of chicken-plucker owners above all, I'd say too!

Long may they hang in there, reaping the damage they have been so successful with!
Lucky not to have a bunch of chicken-plucker owners above all, I'd say too! Long may they hang in there, reaping the damage they have been so successful with! MikeMada
  • Score: 6

12:08pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

ha ha ha got to love Tom's 'What are you talking about' response because, as has been already eloquently mentioned by LUB, no Burnley fan that has seen us play thinks that we are in any way, shape or form a lucky team.

We are where we are because we are simply the second best side in the league:

We have taken six points off Derby scoring 5 goals

We have taken four points from Forest, scoring 4 goals

We have taken four points from QPR scoring 5 goals

We have already beaten Reading at home

We have taken a point at Leicester with them to come at the Turf

We have taken a point at Wigan with them to come at the Turf

IN FACT NONE OF THE TOP SIX HAVE MANAGED TO TAKE MORE THAN ONE POINT OFF US ALL SEASON.

But yeah, as you say Tit head Tom - it is all luck.

Buffoon.
ha ha ha got to love Tom's 'What are you talking about' response because, as has been already eloquently mentioned by LUB, no Burnley fan that has seen us play thinks that we are in any way, shape or form a lucky team. We are where we are because we are simply the second best side in the league: We have taken six points off Derby scoring 5 goals We have taken four points from Forest, scoring 4 goals We have taken four points from QPR scoring 5 goals We have already beaten Reading at home We have taken a point at Leicester with them to come at the Turf We have taken a point at Wigan with them to come at the Turf IN FACT NONE OF THE TOP SIX HAVE MANAGED TO TAKE MORE THAN ONE POINT OFF US ALL SEASON. But yeah, as you say Tit head Tom - it is all luck. Buffoon. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 16

12:57pm Mon 3 Mar 14

twquick says...

I see the weeklong pregame festivities have begun. The Clarets have taken 13 of a possible 15 points leading up to this match. Pretty good form I'd say! I think the run for Blackburn is finished. GO CLARETS!!
I see the weeklong pregame festivities have begun. The Clarets have taken 13 of a possible 15 points leading up to this match. Pretty good form I'd say! I think the run for Blackburn is finished. GO CLARETS!! twquick
  • Score: 6

1:03pm Mon 3 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Ken dodds cousin wrote:
Burnley are far the better side now as the league shows,why do the small neighbors from darwen keep harping on about us?!?!
Why do we keep saying small neighbours from Darwen??

Burnley FC Turf Moor. Address: Harry Potts Way, Burnley, BB10 4BX

We've got a Blackburn postcode for pete's sake!! Let's just recognise we're a small town in Blackburn and move on.

"trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season"

I think we all recognise we're in a world of make-believe and it isn't going to last.
[quote][p][bold]Ken dodds cousin[/bold] wrote: Burnley are far the better side now as the league shows,why do the small neighbors from darwen keep harping on about us?!?![/p][/quote]Why do we keep saying small neighbours from Darwen?? Burnley FC Turf Moor. Address: Harry Potts Way, Burnley, BB10 4BX We've got a Blackburn postcode for pete's sake!! Let's just recognise we're a small town in Blackburn and move on. "trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season" I think we all recognise we're in a world of make-believe and it isn't going to last. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -11

1:13pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Ken dodds cousin wrote:
Burnley are far the better side now as the league shows,why do the small neighbors from darwen keep harping on about us?!?!
Why do we keep saying small neighbours from Darwen??

Burnley FC Turf Moor. Address: Harry Potts Way, Burnley, BB10 4BX

We've got a Blackburn postcode for pete's sake!! Let's just recognise we're a small town in Blackburn and move on.

"trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season"

I think we all recognise we're in a world of make-believe and it isn't going to last.
Yep, because as you said in August - wait until 10 games in

10 games in you said - Wait until you play the top six

At Xmas, after being unbeaten against the top six you said wait until January when Ings, Trippier and Dyche get poached by bigger clubs.

February 1st you said your wheels will come off in February as it is a hard month.

When we remained unbeaten throughout February and are now five points clear of third place you say 'It isn't going to last'?

You sir are a cucking funt
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ken dodds cousin[/bold] wrote: Burnley are far the better side now as the league shows,why do the small neighbors from darwen keep harping on about us?!?![/p][/quote]Why do we keep saying small neighbours from Darwen?? Burnley FC Turf Moor. Address: Harry Potts Way, Burnley, BB10 4BX We've got a Blackburn postcode for pete's sake!! Let's just recognise we're a small town in Blackburn and move on. "trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season" I think we all recognise we're in a world of make-believe and it isn't going to last.[/p][/quote]Yep, because as you said in August - wait until 10 games in 10 games in you said - Wait until you play the top six At Xmas, after being unbeaten against the top six you said wait until January when Ings, Trippier and Dyche get poached by bigger clubs. February 1st you said your wheels will come off in February as it is a hard month. When we remained unbeaten throughout February and are now five points clear of third place you say 'It isn't going to last'? You sir are a cucking funt Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 14

1:19pm Mon 3 Mar 14

speedie_rovers_legend says...

Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.
Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy. speedie_rovers_legend
  • Score: -11

1:57pm Mon 3 Mar 14

stevewhipp says...

speedie_rovers_legen
d
wrote:
Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.
I'm not sure which is worse, the spelling, the grammar or, indeed, the content. As others have pointed out, luck for one game, perhaps, but over 3/4 ths of the season? I think not.

It's the most optimistic I've been, about a East Lancashire Derby, for many seasons. Roll on Sunday.

UTC!!!
[quote][p][bold]speedie_rovers_legen d[/bold] wrote: Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure which is worse, the spelling, the grammar or, indeed, the content. As others have pointed out, luck for one game, perhaps, but over 3/4 ths of the season? I think not. It's the most optimistic I've been, about a East Lancashire Derby, for many seasons. Roll on Sunday. UTC!!! stevewhipp
  • Score: 7

2:26pm Mon 3 Mar 14

BelTower says...

speedie_rovers_legen
d
wrote:
Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.
Hard work pressing the keyboard with your knuckles.......eh?
[quote][p][bold]speedie_rovers_legen d[/bold] wrote: Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.[/p][/quote]Hard work pressing the keyboard with your knuckles.......eh? BelTower
  • Score: 6

2:26pm Mon 3 Mar 14

tall in the saddle says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
*** BREAKING NEWS ***

"The latest shipment of emergency neck braces are being distributed by Blackburn with Darwen council following reports that local medical departments are now overrun with cases of chronic neck pain due to the Clarets continued lofty position.

Blackburn fans are being urged by medical professionals to take a break from looking up at the Clarets to avoid serious and lasting damage to the cervical vertebrae."

"Rovers season ticket holder Neville Nodad, 53, of Shadsworth Road was rushed into the emergency department at the Royal Blackburn hospital yesterday having complained of a sore neck since the beginning of October, coincidentally around the time the Clarets stormed to the top of the League. Neville said he felt his neck lock up, preventing him from finishing his morning Pot Noodle. Following emergency surgery he has been put on a course of painkillers and must attend physiotherapy sessions in the hope that full movement may be restored to his damaged neck."

Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph Neville said, "I tried to deny it to the doctor but he saw right through me when he asked if I'd been looking up at the Clarets again. I have to admit to being one of many Rovers supporters suffering at the present time. It's difficult when our team is sliding down the league while against all odds our biggest rivals are showing us how its done. I've now had to refrain from looking up due to my condition and I urge others like me to do the same. Burnley are now almost out of sight so we might as well rest our sore necks and spend our time looking down as that's clearly the way we're heading."
You should do more of this. I think you could aspire to writing a series something like ‘The Rovers non-Return’. But spice it up- you’ll know what I mean.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: *** BREAKING NEWS *** "The latest shipment of emergency neck braces are being distributed by Blackburn with Darwen council following reports that local medical departments are now overrun with cases of chronic neck pain due to the Clarets continued lofty position. Blackburn fans are being urged by medical professionals to take a break from looking up at the Clarets to avoid serious and lasting damage to the cervical vertebrae." "Rovers season ticket holder Neville Nodad, 53, of Shadsworth Road was rushed into the emergency department at the Royal Blackburn hospital yesterday having complained of a sore neck since the beginning of October, coincidentally around the time the Clarets stormed to the top of the League. Neville said he felt his neck lock up, preventing him from finishing his morning Pot Noodle. Following emergency surgery he has been put on a course of painkillers and must attend physiotherapy sessions in the hope that full movement may be restored to his damaged neck." Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph Neville said, "I tried to deny it to the doctor but he saw right through me when he asked if I'd been looking up at the Clarets again. I have to admit to being one of many Rovers supporters suffering at the present time. It's difficult when our team is sliding down the league while against all odds our biggest rivals are showing us how its done. I've now had to refrain from looking up due to my condition and I urge others like me to do the same. Burnley are now almost out of sight so we might as well rest our sore necks and spend our time looking down as that's clearly the way we're heading."[/p][/quote]You should do more of this. I think you could aspire to writing a series something like ‘The Rovers non-Return’. But spice it up- you’ll know what I mean. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 0

2:33pm Mon 3 Mar 14

McClaret says...

speedie_rovers_legen
d
wrote:
Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.
Yet another bitter blue. To Mr Dyche you are just something he trod in on the way to the ground, as is the whole of your club, just another game in a 46 game season that is proving to be oh so memorable.
[quote][p][bold]speedie_rovers_legen d[/bold] wrote: Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.[/p][/quote]Yet another bitter blue. To Mr Dyche you are just something he trod in on the way to the ground, as is the whole of your club, just another game in a 46 game season that is proving to be oh so memorable. McClaret
  • Score: 4

2:34pm Mon 3 Mar 14

northernchef says...

stevewhipp wrote:
speedie_rovers_legen

d
wrote:
Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.
I'm not sure which is worse, the spelling, the grammar or, indeed, the content. As others have pointed out, luck for one game, perhaps, but over 3/4 ths of the season? I think not.

It's the most optimistic I've been, about a East Lancashire Derby, for many seasons. Roll on Sunday.

UTC!!!
Plus if we are really talking about luck then look at the last few games we have played against rovers. Conversation over t1twad.
[quote][p][bold]stevewhipp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]speedie_rovers_legen d[/bold] wrote: Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure which is worse, the spelling, the grammar or, indeed, the content. As others have pointed out, luck for one game, perhaps, but over 3/4 ths of the season? I think not. It's the most optimistic I've been, about a East Lancashire Derby, for many seasons. Roll on Sunday. UTC!!![/p][/quote]Plus if we are really talking about luck then look at the last few games we have played against rovers. Conversation over t1twad. northernchef
  • Score: 3

3:07pm Mon 3 Mar 14

look up blackburn says...

speedie_rovers_legen
d
wrote:
Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.
Another deluded clown clinging onto his 34 year comfort blanket for all he's worth, knowing that in less than a weeks time it's gone forever!

20 points Mungo!
[quote][p][bold]speedie_rovers_legen d[/bold] wrote: Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.[/p][/quote]Another deluded clown clinging onto his 34 year comfort blanket for all he's worth, knowing that in less than a weeks time it's gone forever! 20 points Mungo! look up blackburn
  • Score: 5

3:33pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Wild Rover says...

Fact is Burnley have had a wonderful season, a good side playing well.
Still been amazingly LUCKY though, no matter what you say.
Lucky wih injuries as the smallest squad in the league, not to have had any long term injuries and to play an unchanged side virtually every game?
That is luck, fact. I am not being bitter but come on, admit the gods of football have been kind to you.
Perhaps they felt bad for all the years of sh1 t they have dumped on you.
Anyway normal service next year eh?
We live in hope at Ewood as always
Fact is Burnley have had a wonderful season, a good side playing well. Still been amazingly LUCKY though, no matter what you say. Lucky wih injuries as the smallest squad in the league, not to have had any long term injuries and to play an unchanged side virtually every game? That is luck, fact. I am not being bitter but come on, admit the gods of football have been kind to you. Perhaps they felt bad for all the years of sh1 t they have dumped on you. Anyway normal service next year eh? We live in hope at Ewood as always Wild Rover
  • Score: -6

3:45pm Mon 3 Mar 14

look up blackburn says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Fact is Burnley have had a wonderful season, a good side playing well.
Still been amazingly LUCKY though, no matter what you say.
Lucky wih injuries as the smallest squad in the league, not to have had any long term injuries and to play an unchanged side virtually every game?
That is luck, fact. I am not being bitter but come on, admit the gods of football have been kind to you.
Perhaps they felt bad for all the years of sh1 t they have dumped on you.
Anyway normal service next year eh?
We live in hope at Ewood as always
Ross Wallace was out for over 6 months with a knee injury.

It isn't luck that has put us where we are. We may have been fortunate not to have lost several first team players to long term injury but its the science that goes on behind the scenes that keeps our players fit and firing on all cylinders. Dyche is exceptional at covering all angles and his methods have kept the players in shape, strong and hungry in each and every game. This is something that Gary Bowyer simply cannot do. Your players look uninterested, there is no passion and no fight in them.

Earlier in the season you gloated about your big squad and the effect that injuries and suspension would have on us, however now you have cleared out almost everyone who could play a bit you are left looking decidedly weak across the board, and now that you have picked up a few injuries perhaps you are not as confident in your team following a 4-0 humiliation at lowly Bolton.

Form counts for nothing in derby games however we are looking very good this season and unfortunately for you I haven't seen a Blackburn squad looking so weak for decades.

And yes, you are bitter.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Fact is Burnley have had a wonderful season, a good side playing well. Still been amazingly LUCKY though, no matter what you say. Lucky wih injuries as the smallest squad in the league, not to have had any long term injuries and to play an unchanged side virtually every game? That is luck, fact. I am not being bitter but come on, admit the gods of football have been kind to you. Perhaps they felt bad for all the years of sh1 t they have dumped on you. Anyway normal service next year eh? We live in hope at Ewood as always[/p][/quote]Ross Wallace was out for over 6 months with a knee injury. It isn't luck that has put us where we are. We may have been fortunate not to have lost several first team players to long term injury but its the science that goes on behind the scenes that keeps our players fit and firing on all cylinders. Dyche is exceptional at covering all angles and his methods have kept the players in shape, strong and hungry in each and every game. This is something that Gary Bowyer simply cannot do. Your players look uninterested, there is no passion and no fight in them. Earlier in the season you gloated about your big squad and the effect that injuries and suspension would have on us, however now you have cleared out almost everyone who could play a bit you are left looking decidedly weak across the board, and now that you have picked up a few injuries perhaps you are not as confident in your team following a 4-0 humiliation at lowly Bolton. Form counts for nothing in derby games however we are looking very good this season and unfortunately for you I haven't seen a Blackburn squad looking so weak for decades. And yes, you are bitter. look up blackburn
  • Score: 6

4:00pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Wild Rover says...

And yes Baldric, you have been LUCKY. Not even Ginger can prevent torn ligaments and broken bones even if he is the new Messiah..
Oh hang on you had one of those before?
Actually I was chatting to Owen Coyle last week on a return flight from Dublin, very interesting insight into the way your tinpot club is run actually.
Dont want to say to much...confidence etc
And yes Baldric, you have been LUCKY. Not even Ginger can prevent torn ligaments and broken bones even if he is the new Messiah.. Oh hang on you had one of those before? Actually I was chatting to Owen Coyle last week on a return flight from Dublin, very interesting insight into the way your tinpot club is run actually. Dont want to say to much...confidence etc Wild Rover
  • Score: -5

4:37pm Mon 3 Mar 14

look up blackburn says...

Wild Rover wrote:
And yes Baldric, you have been LUCKY. Not even Ginger can prevent torn ligaments and broken bones even if he is the new Messiah..
Oh hang on you had one of those before?
Actually I was chatting to Owen Coyle last week on a return flight from Dublin, very interesting insight into the way your tinpot club is run actually.
Dont want to say to much...confidence etc
Of course you were talking to Owen Coyle.

The delusion of the no-dads appears to know no bounds.

This particular example is now claiming he talks to former Burnley managers during the week running up to the derby game, and not only that but said former Burnley manager reveals details of how the club is run!

Ummmm.

Struggling to differentiate dreams from reality is the first sign of mental illness. Perhaps a visit to a special doctor might be in order?

I have to give you credit for trying, but its obvious now that your ammunition has all but run out and as such you are treating us to these final desperate attempts at finding something to distract from the fact that your team were humiliated 4-0 by lowly Bolton and are looking like lambs to the slaughter in the up-coming derby on Sunday.

Coincidentally, I was on a bus only this weekend and who should get on and sit next to me but Shebby Singh. He's a friendly chap isn't he, he was saying that he's just finishing off the paperwork that will allow him to regain control of BRFC, and let me tell you he's got some fantastic idea's for you lot next season, can't say too much though.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: And yes Baldric, you have been LUCKY. Not even Ginger can prevent torn ligaments and broken bones even if he is the new Messiah.. Oh hang on you had one of those before? Actually I was chatting to Owen Coyle last week on a return flight from Dublin, very interesting insight into the way your tinpot club is run actually. Dont want to say to much...confidence etc[/p][/quote]Of course you were talking to Owen Coyle. The delusion of the no-dads appears to know no bounds. This particular example is now claiming he talks to former Burnley managers during the week running up to the derby game, and not only that but said former Burnley manager reveals details of how the club is run! Ummmm. Struggling to differentiate dreams from reality is the first sign of mental illness. Perhaps a visit to a special doctor might be in order? I have to give you credit for trying, but its obvious now that your ammunition has all but run out and as such you are treating us to these final desperate attempts at finding something to distract from the fact that your team were humiliated 4-0 by lowly Bolton and are looking like lambs to the slaughter in the up-coming derby on Sunday. Coincidentally, I was on a bus only this weekend and who should get on and sit next to me but Shebby Singh. He's a friendly chap isn't he, he was saying that he's just finishing off the paperwork that will allow him to regain control of BRFC, and let me tell you he's got some fantastic idea's for you lot next season, can't say too much though. look up blackburn
  • Score: 4

4:37pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Wild Rover wrote:
And yes Baldric, you have been LUCKY. Not even Ginger can prevent torn ligaments and broken bones even if he is the new Messiah..
Oh hang on you had one of those before?
Actually I was chatting to Owen Coyle last week on a return flight from Dublin, very interesting insight into the way your tinpot club is run actually.
Dont want to say to much...confidence etc
Of course you were, any other minor celebrities that you have 'chatted' to recently?

The reason you don't want to say much is that IT DIDN'T HAPPEN DID IT? You delusions of grandeur fantasist.

Hope your centre halves are looking forward to Sunday mungo, as they attempt to cope with the divisions' most lethal strikeforce.

PMSL it is going to be a cakewalk
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: And yes Baldric, you have been LUCKY. Not even Ginger can prevent torn ligaments and broken bones even if he is the new Messiah.. Oh hang on you had one of those before? Actually I was chatting to Owen Coyle last week on a return flight from Dublin, very interesting insight into the way your tinpot club is run actually. Dont want to say to much...confidence etc[/p][/quote]Of course you were, any other minor celebrities that you have 'chatted' to recently? The reason you don't want to say much is that IT DIDN'T HAPPEN DID IT? You delusions of grandeur fantasist. Hope your centre halves are looking forward to Sunday mungo, as they attempt to cope with the divisions' most lethal strikeforce. PMSL it is going to be a cakewalk Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 7

5:14pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Bfc88pc says...

Haha Blackburn... After all the threats, "It won't last", "you'll blow up, Burnley always do", the famous "you haven't played anyone yet" then came the sudden burst of confidence after we lost at Middlesbrough and you later moved into the lofty position of 8th came the promises that "the wheels have fallen off, we're going to catch you" you said... Well, we haven't lost since and it's now 3 months later and moved 20 points in front of you and I'm still waiting on this miraculous comeback... Tbh I don't believe your lot will even reach 66 points for the season!

You may very well win the derby on Sunday, personally I think it will be a draw but your obsession with us this season has been remarkable. You're by far the most deluded set of supporters I've ever witnessed, my favourite this season was hearing on national TV the chanting at the Etihad whilst 5-0 down that you were going up! Haha. Brilliant.

Keep daring to dream of those Play-offs! :D
Haha Blackburn... After all the threats, "It won't last", "you'll blow up, Burnley always do", the famous "you haven't played anyone yet" then came the sudden burst of confidence after we lost at Middlesbrough and you later moved into the lofty position of 8th came the promises that "the wheels have fallen off, we're going to catch you" you said... Well, we haven't lost since and it's now 3 months later and moved 20 points in front of you and I'm still waiting on this miraculous comeback... Tbh I don't believe your lot will even reach 66 points for the season! You may very well win the derby on Sunday, personally I think it will be a draw but your obsession with us this season has been remarkable. You're by far the most deluded set of supporters I've ever witnessed, my favourite this season was hearing on national TV the chanting at the Etihad whilst 5-0 down that you were going up! Haha. Brilliant. Keep daring to dream of those Play-offs! :D Bfc88pc
  • Score: 4

6:07pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Chris P Bacon says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Ken dodds cousin wrote:
Burnley are far the better side now as the league shows,why do the small neighbors from darwen keep harping on about us?!?!
Why do we keep saying small neighbours from Darwen??

Burnley FC Turf Moor. Address: Harry Potts Way, Burnley, BB10 4BX

We've got a Blackburn postcode for pete's sake!! Let's just recognise we're a small town in Blackburn and move on.

"trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season"

I think we all recognise we're in a world of make-believe and it isn't going to last.
I don't bother reading your puerile sh1te as I know it's far and away the worst, most amateur, entirely predictable attempt at fifth columnery anyone would be stupid enough to try.

To try and slip under the wire dressed like that is going to need a better disguise. As you are so obsessed with all things claret-and-blue - so much it drives you crazy - this is your version of a literary suicide bomb attempt. It's laughable, as are you, you worthless degenerate.

And one thing we definitely DO recognise is who you are and who you used to be!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ken dodds cousin[/bold] wrote: Burnley are far the better side now as the league shows,why do the small neighbors from darwen keep harping on about us?!?![/p][/quote]Why do we keep saying small neighbours from Darwen?? Burnley FC Turf Moor. Address: Harry Potts Way, Burnley, BB10 4BX We've got a Blackburn postcode for pete's sake!! Let's just recognise we're a small town in Blackburn and move on. "trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season" I think we all recognise we're in a world of make-believe and it isn't going to last.[/p][/quote]I don't bother reading your puerile sh1te as I know it's far and away the worst, most amateur, entirely predictable attempt at fifth columnery anyone would be stupid enough to try. To try and slip under the wire dressed like that is going to need a better disguise. As you are so obsessed with all things claret-and-blue - so much it drives you crazy - this is your version of a literary suicide bomb attempt. It's laughable, as are you, you worthless degenerate. And one thing we definitely DO recognise is who you are and who you used to be! Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 1

6:12pm Mon 3 Mar 14

H2O Control says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................

.......
Familiar theme and English usage. Familiar ...... At the end if the post. Also familiar twatty content. That's cos it's written by the multiple ID tw.at Fake, Dingle Dangle etc
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................ .......[/p][/quote]Familiar theme and English usage. Familiar ...... At the end if the post. Also familiar twatty content. That's cos it's written by the multiple ID tw.at Fake, Dingle Dangle etc H2O Control
  • Score: 4

6:58pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Burnley59/60 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................

.......
Who is this Idiot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................ .......[/p][/quote]Who is this Idiot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!! Burnley59/60
  • Score: 4

7:16pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Chris P Bacon says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................


.......
Who is this Idiot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!!!!!!!
It's the most wonderful name-changing, sex-changing, club-changing shobgite (drumroll please), he who used to be known as Fakewoman_MTBra. He does a good job though, he is the ACAS of the Lancashire Evening Telegraph if you will. A man who unites Blackburn Rovers and Burnley fans in their open contempt for such a worthless stitshain (Sp).

Of course, he won't come on to deny this obvious fact as he's running scared now he's been outed.
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................ .......[/p][/quote]Who is this Idiot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!![/p][/quote]It's the most wonderful name-changing, sex-changing, club-changing shobgite (drumroll please), he who used to be known as Fakewoman_MTBra. He does a good job though, he is the ACAS of the Lancashire Evening Telegraph if you will. A man who unites Blackburn Rovers and Burnley fans in their open contempt for such a worthless stitshain (Sp). Of course, he won't come on to deny this obvious fact as he's running scared now he's been outed. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 0

8:15pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Mr.J.Jambone says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
*** BREAKING NEWS ***

"The latest shipment of emergency neck braces are being distributed by Blackburn with Darwen council following reports that local medical departments are now overrun with cases of chronic neck pain due to the Clarets continued lofty position.

Blackburn fans are being urged by medical professionals to take a break from looking up at the Clarets to avoid serious and lasting damage to the cervical vertebrae."

"Rovers season ticket holder Neville Nodad, 53, of Shadsworth Road was rushed into the emergency department at the Royal Blackburn hospital yesterday having complained of a sore neck since the beginning of October, coincidentally around the time the Clarets stormed to the top of the League. Neville said he felt his neck lock up, preventing him from finishing his morning Pot Noodle. Following emergency surgery he has been put on a course of painkillers and must attend physiotherapy sessions in the hope that full movement may be restored to his damaged neck."

Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph Neville said, "I tried to deny it to the doctor but he saw right through me when he asked if I'd been looking up at the Clarets again. I have to admit to being one of many Rovers supporters suffering at the present time. It's difficult when our team is sliding down the league while against all odds our biggest rivals are showing us how its done. I've now had to refrain from looking up due to my condition and I urge others like me to do the same. Burnley are now almost out of sight so we might as well rest our sore necks and spend our time looking down as that's clearly the way we're heading."
Excellent. Really funny that. Makes a change from the usual blabber.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: *** BREAKING NEWS *** "The latest shipment of emergency neck braces are being distributed by Blackburn with Darwen council following reports that local medical departments are now overrun with cases of chronic neck pain due to the Clarets continued lofty position. Blackburn fans are being urged by medical professionals to take a break from looking up at the Clarets to avoid serious and lasting damage to the cervical vertebrae." "Rovers season ticket holder Neville Nodad, 53, of Shadsworth Road was rushed into the emergency department at the Royal Blackburn hospital yesterday having complained of a sore neck since the beginning of October, coincidentally around the time the Clarets stormed to the top of the League. Neville said he felt his neck lock up, preventing him from finishing his morning Pot Noodle. Following emergency surgery he has been put on a course of painkillers and must attend physiotherapy sessions in the hope that full movement may be restored to his damaged neck." Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph Neville said, "I tried to deny it to the doctor but he saw right through me when he asked if I'd been looking up at the Clarets again. I have to admit to being one of many Rovers supporters suffering at the present time. It's difficult when our team is sliding down the league while against all odds our biggest rivals are showing us how its done. I've now had to refrain from looking up due to my condition and I urge others like me to do the same. Burnley are now almost out of sight so we might as well rest our sore necks and spend our time looking down as that's clearly the way we're heading."[/p][/quote]Excellent. Really funny that. Makes a change from the usual blabber. Mr.J.Jambone
  • Score: 0

11:15pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Wild Rover says...

Pot kettle, Baldric, you are the one who suffers from digns of mental illness, very clearly
Who spends all day everyday inventing ridiculous stories/theories about Rovers. You, you obsessive loony
Reality check, not everyone in Blackburn lives on Shadsworth, some of us have lives and jobs. Some of us travel too on business and pleasure.
There is a world out there...
Sometimes when on travels one meets other people. Tell you what gobsh1 te why dont you do some of your trolling on the internet or wiki and find out where Coyle was last week. You stalk everbody else why not him too?
Me, I dont need to prove anything, I know what I know and I move in higher circles than you Mr Lowlife troll
Enjoy your delusions....
Pot kettle, Baldric, you are the one who suffers from digns of mental illness, very clearly Who spends all day everyday inventing ridiculous stories/theories about Rovers. You, you obsessive loony Reality check, not everyone in Blackburn lives on Shadsworth, some of us have lives and jobs. Some of us travel too on business and pleasure. There is a world out there... Sometimes when on travels one meets other people. Tell you what gobsh1 te why dont you do some of your trolling on the internet or wiki and find out where Coyle was last week. You stalk everbody else why not him too? Me, I dont need to prove anything, I know what I know and I move in higher circles than you Mr Lowlife troll Enjoy your delusions.... Wild Rover
  • Score: -3

11:47pm Mon 3 Mar 14

look up blackburn says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Pot kettle, Baldric, you are the one who suffers from digns of mental illness, very clearly
Who spends all day everyday inventing ridiculous stories/theories about Rovers. You, you obsessive loony
Reality check, not everyone in Blackburn lives on Shadsworth, some of us have lives and jobs. Some of us travel too on business and pleasure.
There is a world out there...
Sometimes when on travels one meets other people. Tell you what gobsh1 te why dont you do some of your trolling on the internet or wiki and find out where Coyle was last week. You stalk everbody else why not him too?
Me, I dont need to prove anything, I know what I know and I move in higher circles than you Mr Lowlife troll
Enjoy your delusions....
I won't insult your intelligence by suggesting that you really believe what you just said.

You really don't like the truth do you.

You may accuse me of scaremongering or of inventing ridiculous stories, but I base everything I say on the facts.

The facts are thus...

1. You are owned by Indian Chicken farmers.
2. Your club is in a financial mess and will be under a transfer embargo next season.
3. You have sold all of your better players and replaced them with low-quality, cheaper alternatives.
4. You are 20 points behind Burnley (have to admit I struggle to believe that one myself, but its true, honestly, I didn't invent that one)
5. You are facing Burnley at the WORST POSSIBLE TIME in your recent history.
6. You are less than a week away from losing your 34 year comfort blanket.
7. You have possibly your weakest defensive line-up in the last 30+ years.
8. Burnley have their best strike force in 30+ years.
9. Burnley are in pole position for automatic promotion and a £120million jackpot.
10. Your manager couldn't manage a good poo.

And as for claiming that you are not a Shadsworth bin-dipper and that you move in "higher circles" than me, well I think you're just full of wind and p!ss.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Pot kettle, Baldric, you are the one who suffers from digns of mental illness, very clearly Who spends all day everyday inventing ridiculous stories/theories about Rovers. You, you obsessive loony Reality check, not everyone in Blackburn lives on Shadsworth, some of us have lives and jobs. Some of us travel too on business and pleasure. There is a world out there... Sometimes when on travels one meets other people. Tell you what gobsh1 te why dont you do some of your trolling on the internet or wiki and find out where Coyle was last week. You stalk everbody else why not him too? Me, I dont need to prove anything, I know what I know and I move in higher circles than you Mr Lowlife troll Enjoy your delusions....[/p][/quote]I won't insult your intelligence by suggesting that you really believe what you just said. You really don't like the truth do you. You may accuse me of scaremongering or of inventing ridiculous stories, but I base everything I say on the facts. The facts are thus... 1. You are owned by Indian Chicken farmers. 2. Your club is in a financial mess and will be under a transfer embargo next season. 3. You have sold all of your better players and replaced them with low-quality, cheaper alternatives. 4. You are 20 points behind Burnley (have to admit I struggle to believe that one myself, but its true, honestly, I didn't invent that one) 5. You are facing Burnley at the WORST POSSIBLE TIME in your recent history. 6. You are less than a week away from losing your 34 year comfort blanket. 7. You have possibly your weakest defensive line-up in the last 30+ years. 8. Burnley have their best strike force in 30+ years. 9. Burnley are in pole position for automatic promotion and a £120million jackpot. 10. Your manager couldn't manage a good poo. And as for claiming that you are not a Shadsworth bin-dipper and that you move in "higher circles" than me, well I think you're just full of wind and p!ss. look up blackburn
  • Score: 4

7:31am Tue 4 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................



.......
Who is this Idiot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


!!!!!!!!
It's the most wonderful name-changing, sex-changing, club-changing shobgite (drumroll please), he who used to be known as Fakewoman_MTBra. He does a good job though, he is the ACAS of the Lancashire Evening Telegraph if you will. A man who unites Blackburn Rovers and Burnley fans in their open contempt for such a worthless stitshain (Sp).

Of course, he won't come on to deny this obvious fact as he's running scared now he's been outed.
Outed? Running scared? I'm not fussed really, I've seen enough of the false promise on t'Turf for many a year so maybe just cynical but there you go. I'm enjoyning what I'm seeing at the moment though not going to let myself believe it will last or in fact go anywhere worthwhile. We haven't won anything. We never win anything.

On another note, do you not think the ginger potatoe head looks like an Ork? So did Owen Coyle. Come to think about it, most of our town do. Strange.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................ .......[/p][/quote]Who is this Idiot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!![/p][/quote]It's the most wonderful name-changing, sex-changing, club-changing shobgite (drumroll please), he who used to be known as Fakewoman_MTBra. He does a good job though, he is the ACAS of the Lancashire Evening Telegraph if you will. A man who unites Blackburn Rovers and Burnley fans in their open contempt for such a worthless stitshain (Sp). Of course, he won't come on to deny this obvious fact as he's running scared now he's been outed.[/p][/quote]Outed? Running scared? I'm not fussed really, I've seen enough of the false promise on t'Turf for many a year so maybe just cynical but there you go. I'm enjoyning what I'm seeing at the moment though not going to let myself believe it will last or in fact go anywhere worthwhile. We haven't won anything. We never win anything. On another note, do you not think the ginger potatoe head looks like an Ork? So did Owen Coyle. Come to think about it, most of our town do. Strange. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 1

7:34am Tue 4 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

And what's an ACAS?
And what's an ACAS? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 1

1:54pm Tue 4 Mar 14

Burnley59/60 says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................




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Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll?

EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS.

How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan.
Eh? That's a bit unfair, not sure who this Fakevilla is - is that someone you've been arguing with when you've been posting on their board? I just say it how i see it and you've got to admit we've been pretty lucky so far. Hopefully it'll last through the season though do you not have that nagging feeling that it just can't?
Yeah we've been lucky haven't we?

Lucky to have been in the top 3 for 6 months.
Lucky to have only lost 3 games in 33.
Lucky to be 5 points above Derby.
Lucky to be 9 points above QPR.
Lucky to be 20 points above the filth.
Lucky to have not lost at home in a calendar year.
Lucky to have the best strike force in the league.
Lucky to have the best defensive record in the league.
Lucky, lucky, lucky.

Once again the rodent from Shadsworth is trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn Rovers continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown...

TurfMoorTom, you are a degenerate festering Rovers bellend.
Turfmoor Tom are you a total ****.This Burnley side plays the way Harry Potts side played in the Halcyon days of The Early 1960s.I saw the lads then so I know what Im talking about.Yes the Blues had fine players as well Ronnie Clayton was a joy to watch pure class ,and so were all of our team you have no idea how good Jimmy Mac was,and my G-d Brian Pilkington and Ray Pointer and John Connely to name but a few and Jimmy Adamson you have no idea how good he was ,so to mention our present team on the same page should tell you something !!!!!!! never when I saw our lads play Orient for The Town And The Clubs life in 87 did I think a Burnley team would play like this again.Trust me in The Early 60s the team flashed like a streak of lightning across the football fields of England and Europe making the Claret And Blue Of Burnley some of the most feared colours in Europe,and I can say This Bob Lord who for all of his faults loved the Club and The Town with a fierce pride and passion and Harry Ootts would have been so proud and yes the can catch Leicester and take The Lady,as the League Champions Trophy is know home to Turfmoor for the first time since 1960 Long Live Turfmoor Up The Clarets
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................ .......[/p][/quote]Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll? EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS. How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan.[/p][/quote]Eh? That's a bit unfair, not sure who this Fakevilla is - is that someone you've been arguing with when you've been posting on their board? I just say it how i see it and you've got to admit we've been pretty lucky so far. Hopefully it'll last through the season though do you not have that nagging feeling that it just can't?[/p][/quote]Yeah we've been lucky haven't we? Lucky to have been in the top 3 for 6 months. Lucky to have only lost 3 games in 33. Lucky to be 5 points above Derby. Lucky to be 9 points above QPR. Lucky to be 20 points above the filth. Lucky to have not lost at home in a calendar year. Lucky to have the best strike force in the league. Lucky to have the best defensive record in the league. Lucky, lucky, lucky. Once again the rodent from Shadsworth is trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn Rovers continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown... TurfMoorTom, you are a degenerate festering Rovers bellend.[/p][/quote]Turfmoor Tom are you a total ****.This Burnley side plays the way Harry Potts side played in the Halcyon days of The Early 1960s.I saw the lads then so I know what Im talking about.Yes the Blues had fine players as well Ronnie Clayton was a joy to watch pure class ,and so were all of our team you have no idea how good Jimmy Mac was,and my G-d Brian Pilkington and Ray Pointer and John Connely to name but a few and Jimmy Adamson you have no idea how good he was ,so to mention our present team on the same page should tell you something !!!!!!! never when I saw our lads play Orient for The Town And The Clubs life in 87 did I think a Burnley team would play like this again.Trust me in The Early 60s the team flashed like a streak of lightning across the football fields of England and Europe making the Claret And Blue Of Burnley some of the most feared colours in Europe,and I can say This Bob Lord who for all of his faults loved the Club and The Town with a fierce pride and passion and Harry Ootts would have been so proud and yes the can catch Leicester and take The Lady,as the League Champions Trophy is know home to Turfmoor for the first time since 1960 Long Live Turfmoor Up The Clarets Burnley59/60
  • Score: 7

8:00pm Tue 4 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................





.......
Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll?

EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS.

How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan.
Eh? That's a bit unfair, not sure who this Fakevilla is - is that someone you've been arguing with when you've been posting on their board? I just say it how i see it and you've got to admit we've been pretty lucky so far. Hopefully it'll last through the season though do you not have that nagging feeling that it just can't?
Yeah we've been lucky haven't we?

Lucky to have been in the top 3 for 6 months.
Lucky to have only lost 3 games in 33.
Lucky to be 5 points above Derby.
Lucky to be 9 points above QPR.
Lucky to be 20 points above the filth.
Lucky to have not lost at home in a calendar year.
Lucky to have the best strike force in the league.
Lucky to have the best defensive record in the league.
Lucky, lucky, lucky.

Once again the rodent from Shadsworth is trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn Rovers continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown...

TurfMoorTom, you are a degenerate festering Rovers bellend.
Turfmoor Tom are you a total ****.This Burnley side plays the way Harry Potts side played in the Halcyon days of The Early 1960s.I saw the lads then so I know what Im talking about.Yes the Blues had fine players as well Ronnie Clayton was a joy to watch pure class ,and so were all of our team you have no idea how good Jimmy Mac was,and my G-d Brian Pilkington and Ray Pointer and John Connely to name but a few and Jimmy Adamson you have no idea how good he was ,so to mention our present team on the same page should tell you something !!!!!!! never when I saw our lads play Orient for The Town And The Clubs life in 87 did I think a Burnley team would play like this again.Trust me in The Early 60s the team flashed like a streak of lightning across the football fields of England and Europe making the Claret And Blue Of Burnley some of the most feared colours in Europe,and I can say This Bob Lord who for all of his faults loved the Club and The Town with a fierce pride and passion and Harry Ootts would have been so proud and yes the can catch Leicester and take The Lady,as the League Champions Trophy is know home to Turfmoor for the first time since 1960 Long Live Turfmoor Up The Clarets
I'm simply a realist. You seem to be working yourself up into a frenzy of make believe and rose tinted spectacles. This is present day real life and it won't last but lets enjoy it for the time being.
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................ .......[/p][/quote]Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll? EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS. How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan.[/p][/quote]Eh? That's a bit unfair, not sure who this Fakevilla is - is that someone you've been arguing with when you've been posting on their board? I just say it how i see it and you've got to admit we've been pretty lucky so far. Hopefully it'll last through the season though do you not have that nagging feeling that it just can't?[/p][/quote]Yeah we've been lucky haven't we? Lucky to have been in the top 3 for 6 months. Lucky to have only lost 3 games in 33. Lucky to be 5 points above Derby. Lucky to be 9 points above QPR. Lucky to be 20 points above the filth. Lucky to have not lost at home in a calendar year. Lucky to have the best strike force in the league. Lucky to have the best defensive record in the league. Lucky, lucky, lucky. Once again the rodent from Shadsworth is trying his best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect himself from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn Rovers continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown... TurfMoorTom, you are a degenerate festering Rovers bellend.[/p][/quote]Turfmoor Tom are you a total ****.This Burnley side plays the way Harry Potts side played in the Halcyon days of The Early 1960s.I saw the lads then so I know what Im talking about.Yes the Blues had fine players as well Ronnie Clayton was a joy to watch pure class ,and so were all of our team you have no idea how good Jimmy Mac was,and my G-d Brian Pilkington and Ray Pointer and John Connely to name but a few and Jimmy Adamson you have no idea how good he was ,so to mention our present team on the same page should tell you something !!!!!!! never when I saw our lads play Orient for The Town And The Clubs life in 87 did I think a Burnley team would play like this again.Trust me in The Early 60s the team flashed like a streak of lightning across the football fields of England and Europe making the Claret And Blue Of Burnley some of the most feared colours in Europe,and I can say This Bob Lord who for all of his faults loved the Club and The Town with a fierce pride and passion and Harry Ootts would have been so proud and yes the can catch Leicester and take The Lady,as the League Champions Trophy is know home to Turfmoor for the first time since 1960 Long Live Turfmoor Up The Clarets[/p][/quote]I'm simply a realist. You seem to be working yourself up into a frenzy of make believe and rose tinted spectacles. This is present day real life and it won't last but lets enjoy it for the time being. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -2

8:53pm Tue 4 Mar 14

stevieclaret says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................



.......
Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll?

EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS.

How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan.
Eh? That's a bit unfair, not sure who this Fakevilla is - is that someone you've been arguing with when you've been posting on their board? I just say it how i see it and you've got to admit we've been pretty lucky so far. Hopefully it'll last through the season though do you not have that nagging feeling that it just can't?
Name the luck that we have had so far this season and I will give u a case of bad luck. We are where we are on merit ewood Tom - get over it!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: In good shape - we're the most fortunate team in the land!! Very few injuries, Derby get a man sent off when a penalty against us was more likely!! I can't believe this luck will last and the potatoe head seems to be milking it. Wish he'd stay quiet - typical ginger on a lucky streak. Can it last?? It never does................ .......[/p][/quote]Why do you insist on posting your tripe on here you sad Blackburn troll? EVERYONE ON HERE KNOWS THAT YOU ARE A SAD INBRED BLACKBURN FAN AND ANOTHER ONE OF FAKEVILLA'S PSEUDONYMS. How embarrassing for you, a Blackburn gimp who has a Burnley log in to attempt to pretend to be a Burnley fan.[/p][/quote]Eh? That's a bit unfair, not sure who this Fakevilla is - is that someone you've been arguing with when you've been posting on their board? I just say it how i see it and you've got to admit we've been pretty lucky so far. Hopefully it'll last through the season though do you not have that nagging feeling that it just can't?[/p][/quote]Name the luck that we have had so far this season and I will give u a case of bad luck. We are where we are on merit ewood Tom - get over it! stevieclaret
  • Score: 0

8:59pm Tue 4 Mar 14

stevieclaret says...

BelTower wrote:
speedie_rovers_legen

d
wrote:
Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.
Hard work pressing the keyboard with your knuckles.......eh?
Ha ha ha - brilliant!
[quote][p][bold]BelTower[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]speedie_rovers_legen d[/bold] wrote: Ohh are we ready for you bstards dyche, yes we are and howi amgonna give you stick sunday as I sit very near to you ginger boy just watch your step sunday , this is blackburnnot some f tinpot club from yarkshire, you have beenlucky so far playing 10 me derby but you will fall sunday gingerboy.[/p][/quote]Hard work pressing the keyboard with your knuckles.......eh?[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha - brilliant! stevieclaret
  • Score: 0

12:05pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

Ken dodds cousin wrote:
Burnley are far the better side now as the league shows,why do the small neighbors from darwen keep harping on about us?!?!
One season wonder for the scruffy lads, loads of teams do it - remember Blackpool being top of the prem ? one season then relegation again, so predicktable
[quote][p][bold]Ken dodds cousin[/bold] wrote: Burnley are far the better side now as the league shows,why do the small neighbors from darwen keep harping on about us?!?![/p][/quote]One season wonder for the scruffy lads, loads of teams do it - remember Blackpool being top of the prem ? one season then relegation again, so predicktable Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: 0

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