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    Ewoodlegend wrote:
    RobH2O wrote:
    Chris P Bacon wrote:
    RobH2O wrote:
    Ewoodlegend wrote:
    ooooooooooooo scary times for the club, the thought that they might want more than 500 pounds a week could well cripple a club like yours!!!

    I'm sure they will off the first chance they get......hello Southampton.....hell





    o Newcastle

    wheels are coming off
    Its a scary time indeed. Here we are, in the real world where you earn your success and carefully husband your resources. We have EARNED an enormous sum of money. Yet we remain prudent. If a top player tries to get more than the new wage structure allows, you sell them and you buy someone else.

    You'd think, they way you talk, it is normal to chuck money around willy-nilly and try to buy success and talk big. Hang on, you're a Rovers fan! Sorry. I do apologise. You live on fantasy fuc.kin' island, of course! There's me talking about the real world and you are shaking with withdrawal symptoms after an over-exposure to chicken.
    Rob, if this isn't yet another admission of defeat from the psychotic name-changer, then Blackburn and surrounding area has another problem on their hands. Reading between the lines, I think this is you-know-who and if so, he needs sending to that place in Warwickshire. If not, then send clowns like this to Coventry anyway. We don't need to demonstrate intellectual superiority over bampots like this, it's apparent they have some mental incapacity by the 'contributions' they think they're making so once we've all taken that for granted, there'll be no need to indulge them and feed their craving for an undeserved notoriety.

    Buck the fegrudgers (Sp)!
    Deal.
    its all about the money I'm afraid and if the club cant invest more than the £50 they probably can afford to after ground maintence costs (it must cost a lot to keep fixing that rickety old shed).

    Anyway I'm sop looking forward to MOTD next year and seeing Goals fly in the back of the Burnley net!

    I predict lowest premiership points tally ever for you set of inbreeds, next year
    You should probably look a little bit closer to home as your very own Riverside stand has recently been all but condemned as unsafe. I've heard rumours of subsidence issues and potential closure of the stand on safety grounds if Venky's refuse to fund the necessary maintenance work. Shocking. Where exactly will the money come from to rebuild a derelict stand? Perhaps given your abysmal attendances they may just close it down all together, you have no need for a forth stand really have you.

    Actually if you're being honest, you're really not looking forward to Match of The Day are you. Because you see your club are no longer a member of the elite, you are but a struggling mid-table Championship club about to have your ar5e handed to you by FFP. MOTD is for Premier League clubs, you'll have to stay up rather late to watch your shower taking a tubbing off Brentford.

    Lowest points total belongs to Derby I believe with 11 points, then I think it's Sunderland with 17, but I may be wrong. Burnley actually finished on 30 points having fallen only 5 points short of surviving last time. However, we are now a different class to the team of 2009/10, with a much stronger infrastructure, a better team, a better manager, TWICE the money, and we will surprise one or two people next season of that you can be sure. I see us surviving and your bitterness and jealousy ultimately consuming you.

    So feel free to watch your superiors on MOTD because there will be wins, there will be more than you think, and you will be so hurt by every single one of those glorious Premier League points that we pick up on the way to survival."
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Dialogue continues over Burnley deals

This Is Lancashire: Danny Ings Danny Ings

BURNLEY are continuing dialogue with Danny Ings and Kieran Trippier over potential new deals with the club.

Ings and Trippier both have only one year left on their current contracts and have been linked with interest from elsewhere after starring in the Clarets’ promotion season.

But Burnley are attempting to tie the duo to extended deals and discussions are continuing, although chief executive Lee Hoos is keen to keep private the details of how talks were progressing.

“I have dialogue with them all the time,” Hoos said. “But I would never do a contract negotiation in a public forum.”

Trippier has now jetted off on holiday, while Ings is preparing to represent England under 21s against Wales in Swansea on Monday.

After reported interest from elsewhere, Ings said: “Of course it is flattering to be linked with other clubs and I have seen some of the stuff in the papers and on Twitter. But I try and stay focused on what I am doing.

“You never know what is going to happen in football, but as it stands I am contracted at Burnley for another year and I am happy and looking forward to playing in the Premier League next season.”

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