Ings: I'm ready to shine in Premier League for Clarets

This Is Lancashire: Danny Ings Danny Ings

DANNY Ings is aiming to be fit and firing for Burnley when the new Premier League season kicks off.

The England Under 21 striker was dismissive of speculation linking him with a move away from Turf Moor, but insisted he is ready to start the season with the Clarets.

Ings said: “I’m in better shape going into this year so hopefully I can become even stronger ready for the start of the season, because we’re playing better players this year so I need to improve.”

Last week Ings was reported to be the subject of a “formal enquiry” from Southampton, although that was denied by the club, but Ings is determined to distance himself from speculation.

“I just stay away from all of that,” he said. “I don’t find it hard to deal with, I just ignore it.

“There’s speculation all the time, but I’m contracted to Burnley and I’m just concentrating on my football.”

And the forward, who has enlisted the help of fitness personal trainer Jamie Kennedy, who runs Burnley-based centre ‘The FX Fitness Experience’, during the summer believes he will return to Gawthorpe tomorrow ready for the top-flight.

“Personally I didn’t come back as fit as I wanted to for last pre-season but I was transformed during pre-season and by the start of the season I was in the best shape of my life,” said the 21-year-old.

“During the season you get niggles here and there, I had a couple of ankle injuries, but I was in the best shape of my life last year.”

Ings top scored with 26 goals last season as the Clarets clinched automatic promotion as runners up and he admits he is on countdown to the season opener against Chelsea.

“I’d just come back from my holiday when the fixtures came out. Those first few games are going to be crazy,” he said. “But it’s exciting and a challenge that I’m looking forward to.”

And the former Bournemouth man hopes his extra summer work pays off.

“I’ve been training at the FX with Jamie in Burnley,” said Ings of the family owned fitness firm.

“He does the same stuff as we do at Burnley – squats, split squats, lunges, running. I’ve just started Pilates as well with his mum. That’s going to be a regular thing.

“Everything is geared towards making me stronger all round, and it’s working, I’m feeling the benefits of it.

He added: “The game’s improved and it’s all about fitness.

“Every year teams are coming back fitter and fitter so you’ve got to make sure you stay in shape even when you’re off.”

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9:31am Wed 2 Jul 14

Dublin Claret says...

Looks like the lad really wants to stay..... and that can only be good news for the Clarets and bad news for defences!
Looks like the lad really wants to stay..... and that can only be good news for the Clarets and bad news for defences! Dublin Claret
  • Score: 9

9:37am Wed 2 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

But he doesn't confirm anywhere that he doesn't want to go to Southampton. Signing a contract would show commitment.
But he doesn't confirm anywhere that he doesn't want to go to Southampton. Signing a contract would show commitment. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -12

9:40am Wed 2 Jul 14

jack01 says...

Where do you get the impression he really wants to stay?

Judging by these comments Ings is after a move away. He isn't committing himself to Burnley, he is merely saying that he will ignore all the speculation about his future and concentrate on Burnley whilst he is under contract.

The fact is that he only has 12 months to run on his contract and appears to be some way from signing a new deal. He could treble his wage by moving to a proper Premier League club and truly progress his career, maybe even one day making it to the senior England side.

He won't do that at Burnley. At best he might get a couple of seasons in the top flight, more likely just the one. The Burnley board have a track record of selling assets at a profit and investing a fraction back into the club. See Charlie Austin and Jay Rod for examples.
Where do you get the impression he really wants to stay? Judging by these comments Ings is after a move away. He isn't committing himself to Burnley, he is merely saying that he will ignore all the speculation about his future and concentrate on Burnley whilst he is under contract. The fact is that he only has 12 months to run on his contract and appears to be some way from signing a new deal. He could treble his wage by moving to a proper Premier League club and truly progress his career, maybe even one day making it to the senior England side. He won't do that at Burnley. At best he might get a couple of seasons in the top flight, more likely just the one. The Burnley board have a track record of selling assets at a profit and investing a fraction back into the club. See Charlie Austin and Jay Rod for examples. jack01
  • Score: -11

9:43am Wed 2 Jul 14

Claret72 says...

This is only 'news' to the LT . I cant see any name attributed to this piece yet but one assumes the rest of the staff there are hiding their heads in shame at the reams of Ings based dross and manufactured speculation they've published so far this summer .
This is only 'news' to the LT . I cant see any name attributed to this piece yet but one assumes the rest of the staff there are hiding their heads in shame at the reams of Ings based dross and manufactured speculation they've published so far this summer . Claret72
  • Score: 6

9:48am Wed 2 Jul 14

houseclaret says...

3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.
3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please. houseclaret
  • Score: 6

9:48am Wed 2 Jul 14

MikeMada says...

Nice piece. Good stuff from Danny.
Working closely with a local family business shows how commited he is.
Will do really well for us this year and then, with that under his belt, he will be well suited to move to a top 6 club if he chooses too.
Good to read.
Nice piece. Good stuff from Danny. Working closely with a local family business shows how commited he is. Will do really well for us this year and then, with that under his belt, he will be well suited to move to a top 6 club if he chooses too. Good to read. MikeMada
  • Score: 5

9:49am Wed 2 Jul 14

McClaret says...

No doubt much will be said by both Rovers fans and Burnley fans on this article.
He has been back since before the fixtures were announced. Time for the Burnley board to end any speculation and get him tied to a new deal. We have no reason to sell this time and it is highly likely his value will only increase, just simply commit him to the club with a release clause if we are not in the premier the following year. IMO he is worth it, top class player.
No doubt much will be said by both Rovers fans and Burnley fans on this article. He has been back since before the fixtures were announced. Time for the Burnley board to end any speculation and get him tied to a new deal. We have no reason to sell this time and it is highly likely his value will only increase, just simply commit him to the club with a release clause if we are not in the premier the following year. IMO he is worth it, top class player. McClaret
  • Score: 5

10:13am Wed 2 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

houseclaret wrote:
3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.
No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: 3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.[/p][/quote]No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -16

10:14am Wed 2 Jul 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID
On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: -11

10:20am Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
But he doesn't confirm anywhere that he doesn't want to go to Southampton. Signing a contract would show commitment.
He is still under contract, and because of the Premier league money we could afford to let him go for nothing at the end of the season if we wish. Shame you cant say the same thing about Rhodes you plonker.
I see DJ Gamble and Etuhu have jumped the sinking ship now they have milked it dry, LMFAO.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: But he doesn't confirm anywhere that he doesn't want to go to Southampton. Signing a contract would show commitment.[/p][/quote]He is still under contract, and because of the Premier league money we could afford to let him go for nothing at the end of the season if we wish. Shame you cant say the same thing about Rhodes you plonker. I see DJ Gamble and Etuhu have jumped the sinking ship now they have milked it dry, LMFAO. mjp 53
  • Score: 8

10:22am Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID
Well the way things are going at your tn pot club you will be in League 1 by then as well. FFP beckons and times are going to get harder once Rhodes has moved on to a bigger and better club.
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID[/p][/quote]Well the way things are going at your tn pot club you will be in League 1 by then as well. FFP beckons and times are going to get harder once Rhodes has moved on to a bigger and better club. mjp 53
  • Score: 6

10:24am Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.
No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.
Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: 3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.[/p][/quote]No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.[/p][/quote]Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head. mjp 53
  • Score: 5

10:25am Wed 2 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID
You sad ****.

Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry.

Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope.

I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID[/p][/quote]You sad ****. Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry. Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 8

10:28am Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

McClaret wrote:
No doubt much will be said by both Rovers fans and Burnley fans on this article.
He has been back since before the fixtures were announced. Time for the Burnley board to end any speculation and get him tied to a new deal. We have no reason to sell this time and it is highly likely his value will only increase, just simply commit him to the club with a release clause if we are not in the premier the following year. IMO he is worth it, top class player.
Spoke with someone who saw him at the cricket last week and he said he wanted to stay, but I guess his agent is trying to get him more money with a new deal. As we now the board will only go some way to an increase in salary, so if he doesn't sign they will probably sell, although with the money we have coming in I would make him see his contract out.
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: No doubt much will be said by both Rovers fans and Burnley fans on this article. He has been back since before the fixtures were announced. Time for the Burnley board to end any speculation and get him tied to a new deal. We have no reason to sell this time and it is highly likely his value will only increase, just simply commit him to the club with a release clause if we are not in the premier the following year. IMO he is worth it, top class player.[/p][/quote]Spoke with someone who saw him at the cricket last week and he said he wanted to stay, but I guess his agent is trying to get him more money with a new deal. As we now the board will only go some way to an increase in salary, so if he doesn't sign they will probably sell, although with the money we have coming in I would make him see his contract out. mjp 53
  • Score: 4

10:51am Wed 2 Jul 14

Claretcert says...

If the rumours coming from Watford are true then I'm not sure we''ll hear the last of the speculation.
If the rumours coming from Watford are true then I'm not sure we''ll hear the last of the speculation. Claretcert
  • Score: 0

10:52am Wed 2 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

This means he wants to run his contract out and leave for nothing, this could be good all round
This means he wants to run his contract out and leave for nothing, this could be good all round AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

11:03am Wed 2 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID
You sad ****.

Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry.

Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope.

I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.
Says the man who welcomed Arfield the homeless hobo this time last year. It's not that you can't afford anyone, you simply can't even attract anyone to the train crash of a club, while others are jumping ship. If/when you do sign anyone, it's nailed on that they won't be Premier League class.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID[/p][/quote]You sad ****. Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry. Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.[/p][/quote]Says the man who welcomed Arfield the homeless hobo this time last year. It's not that you can't afford anyone, you simply can't even attract anyone to the train crash of a club, while others are jumping ship. If/when you do sign anyone, it's nailed on that they won't be Premier League class. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -13

11:06am Wed 2 Jul 14

houseclaret says...

mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.
No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.
Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.
Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't.
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: 3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.[/p][/quote]No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.[/p][/quote]Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.[/p][/quote]Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't. houseclaret
  • Score: 9

11:12am Wed 2 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Headline should read Ings wants out for free.
Headline should read Ings wants out for free. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -18

11:23am Wed 2 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Headline should read Ings wants out for free.
Or at the very least, if it is strictly accurate reporting, based on this interview they should drop "for Clarets". This is obviously an agent orchestrated interview intended for the national press as a "Please come and get me".

Either that or his existing contract is that poor that he's trying to earn a few bob on the side by advertising a fitness centre. Hard times.

Moving on...what's happened to Bryson & Sordell?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Headline should read Ings wants out for free.[/p][/quote]Or at the very least, if it is strictly accurate reporting, based on this interview they should drop "for Clarets". This is obviously an agent orchestrated interview intended for the national press as a "Please come and get me". Either that or his existing contract is that poor that he's trying to earn a few bob on the side by advertising a fitness centre. Hard times. Moving on...what's happened to Bryson & Sordell? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -15

11:25am Wed 2 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

houseclaret wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.
No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.
Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.
Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't.
But you read. And that's enough. Actually it's even quite good skill for a Dingle.
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: 3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.[/p][/quote]No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.[/p][/quote]Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.[/p][/quote]Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't.[/p][/quote]But you read. And that's enough. Actually it's even quite good skill for a Dingle. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -11

11:38am Wed 2 Jul 14

Claretcert says...

I wish Gollum would hurry up, **** and go and sit watching daytime tv for an hour. Tossing yourself off over the transfer speculation surrounding a club you don't support every day has to be a depravity peculiar to the genetic equivalent of a slug. Hurry up man - get it over with you're boring.
I wish Gollum would hurry up, **** and go and sit watching daytime tv for an hour. Tossing yourself off over the transfer speculation surrounding a club you don't support every day has to be a depravity peculiar to the genetic equivalent of a slug. Hurry up man - get it over with you're boring. Claretcert
  • Score: 0

12:33pm Wed 2 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Burnley rebuffed by Watford for Deeney, another good quality championship player turns us down, its becoming embarrassing.
Burnley rebuffed by Watford for Deeney, another good quality championship player turns us down, its becoming embarrassing. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -13

12:47pm Wed 2 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Bryson, Sordell & Deeney. At first impression you'd think it was a solicitors. Unfortunately it's the sad record of failed transfer activity of a miserly club that will be playing Premier League clubs for one season only.
Bryson, Sordell & Deeney. At first impression you'd think it was a solicitors. Unfortunately it's the sad record of failed transfer activity of a miserly club that will be playing Premier League clubs for one season only. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -10

12:47pm Wed 2 Jul 14

burnleyglentoran says...

Whatever the future holds for Danny, I wish him all the very best.

He's a a great player on the turf and a young gentleman off it.
Whatever the future holds for Danny, I wish him all the very best. He's a a great player on the turf and a young gentleman off it. burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 2

12:58pm Wed 2 Jul 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID
You sad ****.

Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry.

Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope.

I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.
Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club.

Absolutely Correct Sweetheart it has been a hard few years, thank God its turning round at last.

You are a laughing stock in the world of football

Absolutely Correct Sweetheart we certainly used to be and thank God its turning round at last.

I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry.

Cant see any real issues to be honest Sweetheart, you don,t mind me calling you Sweetheart do you? The team as it stands is looking great to be honest and any additions will be an added bonus. Cue Rhodes is going blah blah blah BORING

Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. The middle one Sweetheart i will give you that, dont think you are in a position to talk about class really are you, think about it, away end at the Turd?

I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID[/p][/quote]You sad ****. Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry. Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.[/p][/quote]Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. Absolutely Correct Sweetheart it has been a hard few years, thank God its turning round at last. You are a laughing stock in the world of football Absolutely Correct Sweetheart we certainly used to be and thank God its turning round at last. I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry. Cant see any real issues to be honest Sweetheart, you don,t mind me calling you Sweetheart do you? The team as it stands is looking great to be honest and any additions will be an added bonus. Cue Rhodes is going blah blah blah BORING Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. The middle one Sweetheart i will give you that, dont think you are in a position to talk about class really are you, think about it, away end at the Turd? I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there. George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: 0

12:58pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Bryson, Sordell & Deeney. At first impression you'd think it was a solicitors. Unfortunately it's the sad record of failed transfer activity of a miserly club that will be playing Premier League clubs for one season only.
Boo hoo hoo, change the record you dull ****, how have the transfers failed? Have they signed new deals with their respective clubs? Have they signed for other teams? No so bore the **** off.

Also you talk about is being in the Premier League for one season only and yet you set of uglies will NEVER play Premier League football again - how does that feel? Do you cry as much about that as you did on March 9th? I doubt it.

Just for your information, The Championship is deemed 'The hardest league to get promoted from' and yet we have managed it twice in the last five years - good luck trying to emulate us, your bigger, better and higher neighbours.

Poor old Blackburn, scratching around in Pezzy Division Two.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Bryson, Sordell & Deeney. At first impression you'd think it was a solicitors. Unfortunately it's the sad record of failed transfer activity of a miserly club that will be playing Premier League clubs for one season only.[/p][/quote]Boo hoo hoo, change the record you dull ****, how have the transfers failed? Have they signed new deals with their respective clubs? Have they signed for other teams? No so bore the **** off. Also you talk about is being in the Premier League for one season only and yet you set of uglies will NEVER play Premier League football again - how does that feel? Do you cry as much about that as you did on March 9th? I doubt it. Just for your information, The Championship is deemed 'The hardest league to get promoted from' and yet we have managed it twice in the last five years - good luck trying to emulate us, your bigger, better and higher neighbours. Poor old Blackburn, scratching around in Pezzy Division Two. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 5

1:02pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID
You sad ****.

Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry.

Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope.

I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.
Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club.

Absolutely Correct Sweetheart it has been a hard few years, thank God its turning round at last.

You are a laughing stock in the world of football

Absolutely Correct Sweetheart we certainly used to be and thank God its turning round at last.

I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry.

Cant see any real issues to be honest Sweetheart, you don,t mind me calling you Sweetheart do you? The team as it stands is looking great to be honest and any additions will be an added bonus. Cue Rhodes is going blah blah blah BORING

Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. The middle one Sweetheart i will give you that, dont think you are in a position to talk about class really are you, think about it, away end at the Turd?

I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.
Are you coming on to me? Step away from the saddle...
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID[/p][/quote]You sad ****. Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry. Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.[/p][/quote]Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. Absolutely Correct Sweetheart it has been a hard few years, thank God its turning round at last. You are a laughing stock in the world of football Absolutely Correct Sweetheart we certainly used to be and thank God its turning round at last. I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry. Cant see any real issues to be honest Sweetheart, you don,t mind me calling you Sweetheart do you? The team as it stands is looking great to be honest and any additions will be an added bonus. Cue Rhodes is going blah blah blah BORING Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. The middle one Sweetheart i will give you that, dont think you are in a position to talk about class really are you, think about it, away end at the Turd? I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.[/p][/quote]Are you coming on to me? Step away from the saddle... Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 10

1:04pm Wed 2 Jul 14

burnleyglentoran says...

The no-dads home game with wolves has been rearranged to the Sunday as it clashes with their superior neighbors game with QPR in the premier league on the same day!!!

How embarrassing for you

Step aside B*******, your getting under the feet of the big boys!!!!

BURNLEY FC - THE MAIN EVENT

BRKFC - JUST THE UNDERCARD!!!
The no-dads home game with wolves has been rearranged to the Sunday as it clashes with their superior neighbors game with QPR in the premier league on the same day!!! How embarrassing for you Step aside B*******, your getting under the feet of the big boys!!!! BURNLEY FC - THE MAIN EVENT BRKFC - JUST THE UNDERCARD!!! burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 5

2:07pm Wed 2 Jul 14

tall in the saddle says...

jack01 wrote:
Where do you get the impression he really wants to stay?

Judging by these comments Ings is after a move away. He isn't committing himself to Burnley, he is merely saying that he will ignore all the speculation about his future and concentrate on Burnley whilst he is under contract.

The fact is that he only has 12 months to run on his contract and appears to be some way from signing a new deal. He could treble his wage by moving to a proper Premier League club and truly progress his career, maybe even one day making it to the senior England side.

He won't do that at Burnley. At best he might get a couple of seasons in the top flight, more likely just the one. The Burnley board have a track record of selling assets at a profit and investing a fraction back into the club. See Charlie Austin and Jay Rod for examples.
And what’s it got to do with you at all? You should be concerning yourself about Reg your new signing.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Where do you get the impression he really wants to stay? Judging by these comments Ings is after a move away. He isn't committing himself to Burnley, he is merely saying that he will ignore all the speculation about his future and concentrate on Burnley whilst he is under contract. The fact is that he only has 12 months to run on his contract and appears to be some way from signing a new deal. He could treble his wage by moving to a proper Premier League club and truly progress his career, maybe even one day making it to the senior England side. He won't do that at Burnley. At best he might get a couple of seasons in the top flight, more likely just the one. The Burnley board have a track record of selling assets at a profit and investing a fraction back into the club. See Charlie Austin and Jay Rod for examples.[/p][/quote]And what’s it got to do with you at all? You should be concerning yourself about Reg your new signing. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 4

2:12pm Wed 2 Jul 14

tall in the saddle says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID
You sad ****.

Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry.

Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope.

I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.
Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club.

Absolutely Correct Sweetheart it has been a hard few years, thank God its turning round at last.

You are a laughing stock in the world of football

Absolutely Correct Sweetheart we certainly used to be and thank God its turning round at last.

I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry.

Cant see any real issues to be honest Sweetheart, you don,t mind me calling you Sweetheart do you? The team as it stands is looking great to be honest and any additions will be an added bonus. Cue Rhodes is going blah blah blah BORING

Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. The middle one Sweetheart i will give you that, dont think you are in a position to talk about class really are you, think about it, away end at the Turd?

I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.
Are you coming on to me? Step away from the saddle...
Hello horses again. You lot are are all perverts. A swish of tail and there you go getting all hot. Behave yourself.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID[/p][/quote]You sad ****. Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry. Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.[/p][/quote]Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. Absolutely Correct Sweetheart it has been a hard few years, thank God its turning round at last. You are a laughing stock in the world of football Absolutely Correct Sweetheart we certainly used to be and thank God its turning round at last. I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry. Cant see any real issues to be honest Sweetheart, you don,t mind me calling you Sweetheart do you? The team as it stands is looking great to be honest and any additions will be an added bonus. Cue Rhodes is going blah blah blah BORING Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. The middle one Sweetheart i will give you that, dont think you are in a position to talk about class really are you, think about it, away end at the Turd? I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.[/p][/quote]Are you coming on to me? Step away from the saddle...[/p][/quote]Hello horses again. You lot are are all perverts. A swish of tail and there you go getting all hot. Behave yourself. tall in the saddle
  • Score: -1

2:34pm Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Headline should read Ings wants out for free.
Or at the very least, if it is strictly accurate reporting, based on this interview they should drop "for Clarets". This is obviously an agent orchestrated interview intended for the national press as a "Please come and get me".

Either that or his existing contract is that poor that he's trying to earn a few bob on the side by advertising a fitness centre. Hard times.

Moving on...what's happened to Bryson & Sordell?
Nice to see you talking to yourself again Barry, you bigot
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Headline should read Ings wants out for free.[/p][/quote]Or at the very least, if it is strictly accurate reporting, based on this interview they should drop "for Clarets". This is obviously an agent orchestrated interview intended for the national press as a "Please come and get me". Either that or his existing contract is that poor that he's trying to earn a few bob on the side by advertising a fitness centre. Hard times. Moving on...what's happened to Bryson & Sordell?[/p][/quote]Nice to see you talking to yourself again Barry, you bigot mjp 53
  • Score: 6

2:38pm Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.
No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.
Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.
Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't.
But you read. And that's enough. Actually it's even quite good skill for a Dingle.
Shame you cant spell Barry, anything with more than 5 letters and it goes above your head. Stick to playing with your dolls house.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: 3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.[/p][/quote]No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.[/p][/quote]Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.[/p][/quote]Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't.[/p][/quote]But you read. And that's enough. Actually it's even quite good skill for a Dingle.[/p][/quote]Shame you cant spell Barry, anything with more than 5 letters and it goes above your head. Stick to playing with your dolls house. mjp 53
  • Score: 7

2:40pm Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Burnley rebuffed by Watford for Deeney, another good quality championship player turns us down, its becoming embarrassing.
And you read this where Barry, oops sorry I forgot you cant read, you hopeless no dad. Find a article that is actually true instead of making things up like your other alter egos.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Burnley rebuffed by Watford for Deeney, another good quality championship player turns us down, its becoming embarrassing.[/p][/quote]And you read this where Barry, oops sorry I forgot you cant read, you hopeless no dad. Find a article that is actually true instead of making things up like your other alter egos. mjp 53
  • Score: 6

2:44pm Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Headline should read Ings wants out for free.
Other headline should read Blackburn sign Varney & Blakey. Comedy gold at its best. BRFC living in the past since 1979.
On another note Barry have you ever had a job, and one that actually lasted more than a week.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Headline should read Ings wants out for free.[/p][/quote]Other headline should read Blackburn sign Varney & Blakey. Comedy gold at its best. BRFC living in the past since 1979. On another note Barry have you ever had a job, and one that actually lasted more than a week. mjp 53
  • Score: 6

2:48pm Wed 2 Jul 14

eddio says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Whatever the future holds for Danny, I wish him all the very best.

He's a a great player on the turf and a young gentleman off it.
so he's not signing then?
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Whatever the future holds for Danny, I wish him all the very best. He's a a great player on the turf and a young gentleman off it.[/p][/quote]so he's not signing then? eddio
  • Score: -3

2:54pm Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Headline should read Ings wants out for free.
Other headline should read, Wilpshire man arrested for stealing dresses off locals washing line.
Now that wouldn't be you by any chance would it Barry, Would it?????
Now Super Claret, Turf Moor Tom, Ted Maul, Another Pounding, Fake T*ts, Bubble Pop, Empty Head, just do us all a favour and DO ONE !!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Headline should read Ings wants out for free.[/p][/quote]Other headline should read, Wilpshire man arrested for stealing dresses off locals washing line. Now that wouldn't be you by any chance would it Barry, Would it????? Now Super Claret, Turf Moor Tom, Ted Maul, Another Pounding, Fake T*ts, Bubble Pop, Empty Head, just do us all a favour and DO ONE !!!!!! mjp 53
  • Score: 9

2:55pm Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

eddio wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Whatever the future holds for Danny, I wish him all the very best.

He's a a great player on the turf and a young gentleman off it.
so he's not signing then?
Does it really matter, we don't need the money, unfortunately the mess you lot are in, you do !
[quote][p][bold]eddio[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Whatever the future holds for Danny, I wish him all the very best. He's a a great player on the turf and a young gentleman off it.[/p][/quote]so he's not signing then?[/p][/quote]Does it really matter, we don't need the money, unfortunately the mess you lot are in, you do ! mjp 53
  • Score: 6

3:06pm Wed 2 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.
No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.
Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.
Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't.
But you read. And that's enough. Actually it's even quite good skill for a Dingle.
Shame you cant spell Barry, anything with more than 5 letters and it goes above your head. Stick to playing with your dolls house.
It's "can't spell". You cant.
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: 3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.[/p][/quote]No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.[/p][/quote]Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.[/p][/quote]Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't.[/p][/quote]But you read. And that's enough. Actually it's even quite good skill for a Dingle.[/p][/quote]Shame you cant spell Barry, anything with more than 5 letters and it goes above your head. Stick to playing with your dolls house.[/p][/quote]It's "can't spell". You cant. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -8

3:09pm Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.
No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.
Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.
Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't.
But you read. And that's enough. Actually it's even quite good skill for a Dingle.
Shame you cant spell Barry, anything with more than 5 letters and it goes above your head. Stick to playing with your dolls house.
It's "can't spell". You cant.
You would be surprised what I can do Barry, one thing for certain is, I don't dress up dolls and I certainly do not dress up in women's clothes unlike you my Wilpshire Tranny.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: 3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.[/p][/quote]No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.[/p][/quote]Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.[/p][/quote]Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't.[/p][/quote]But you read. And that's enough. Actually it's even quite good skill for a Dingle.[/p][/quote]Shame you cant spell Barry, anything with more than 5 letters and it goes above your head. Stick to playing with your dolls house.[/p][/quote]It's "can't spell". You cant.[/p][/quote]You would be surprised what I can do Barry, one thing for certain is, I don't dress up dolls and I certainly do not dress up in women's clothes unlike you my Wilpshire Tranny. mjp 53
  • Score: 6

3:40pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Claretcert says...

Gollum is actually posting on LET Rovers stories pretending to be a claret. Same nonsense, obsessed loon ran round his Hedwig so fast he has lost it.
Gollum is actually posting on LET Rovers stories pretending to be a claret. Same nonsense, obsessed loon ran round his Hedwig so fast he has lost it. Claretcert
  • Score: 7

4:04pm Wed 2 Jul 14

rover4life says...

A serious question on this one, I believe he probably wants to stay but is adamant that he will get paid what he is worth, The club will not allow him to leave for nothing next year so will either take a decent offer now or vastly up his money thus breaking the wage structure, Do you think they should do this or not?
A serious question on this one, I believe he probably wants to stay but is adamant that he will get paid what he is worth, The club will not allow him to leave for nothing next year so will either take a decent offer now or vastly up his money thus breaking the wage structure, Do you think they should do this or not? rover4life
  • Score: 0

4:57pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

Claretcert wrote:
Gollum is actually posting on LET Rovers stories pretending to be a claret. Same nonsense, obsessed loon ran round his Hedwig so fast he has lost it.
That bloody cranium's tightly packed with all sorts of folk. Rumour is that one of the world's leading exorcists has turned down the gig. I think he was a genuine Claret. Top guy.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Gollum is actually posting on LET Rovers stories pretending to be a claret. Same nonsense, obsessed loon ran round his Hedwig so fast he has lost it.[/p][/quote]That bloody cranium's tightly packed with all sorts of folk. Rumour is that one of the world's leading exorcists has turned down the gig. I think he was a genuine Claret. Top guy. Rob_H2O
  • Score: -1

5:00pm Wed 2 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

rover4life wrote:
A serious question on this one, I believe he probably wants to stay but is adamant that he will get paid what he is worth, The club will not allow him to leave for nothing next year so will either take a decent offer now or vastly up his money thus breaking the wage structure, Do you think they should do this or not?
He does want to stay but I guess his agent is pushing for about £30K to £40K a week which may be more than the board want to go to. I know Tripps signed and doubled his money so whether Ings wants to do the same is anyone's guess. But as you said the board will probably sell if he doesn't sign, just like Austin before him.
[quote][p][bold]rover4life[/bold] wrote: A serious question on this one, I believe he probably wants to stay but is adamant that he will get paid what he is worth, The club will not allow him to leave for nothing next year so will either take a decent offer now or vastly up his money thus breaking the wage structure, Do you think they should do this or not?[/p][/quote]He does want to stay but I guess his agent is pushing for about £30K to £40K a week which may be more than the board want to go to. I know Tripps signed and doubled his money so whether Ings wants to do the same is anyone's guess. But as you said the board will probably sell if he doesn't sign, just like Austin before him. mjp 53
  • Score: 0

5:01pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

rover4life wrote:
A serious question on this one, I believe he probably wants to stay but is adamant that he will get paid what he is worth, The club will not allow him to leave for nothing next year so will either take a decent offer now or vastly up his money thus breaking the wage structure, Do you think they should do this or not?
Well, an agent-generated rumour is the Watford have just turned down £5m plus add-ons from Burnley. They want £10m!!!
[quote][p][bold]rover4life[/bold] wrote: A serious question on this one, I believe he probably wants to stay but is adamant that he will get paid what he is worth, The club will not allow him to leave for nothing next year so will either take a decent offer now or vastly up his money thus breaking the wage structure, Do you think they should do this or not?[/p][/quote]Well, an agent-generated rumour is the Watford have just turned down £5m plus add-ons from Burnley. They want £10m!!! Rob_H2O
  • Score: -1

5:21pm Wed 2 Jul 14

tall in the saddle says...

mjp 53 wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Headline should read Ings wants out for free.
Other headline should read, Wilpshire man arrested for stealing dresses off locals washing line.
Now that wouldn't be you by any chance would it Barry, Would it?????
Now Super Claret, Turf Moor Tom, Ted Maul, Another Pounding, Fake T*ts, Bubble Pop, Empty Head, just do us all a favour and DO ONE !!!!!!
I wonder is the same Wilpshire ‘man’ caught in a barn full of fillies with a step ladder? Up to his … in it.
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Headline should read Ings wants out for free.[/p][/quote]Other headline should read, Wilpshire man arrested for stealing dresses off locals washing line. Now that wouldn't be you by any chance would it Barry, Would it????? Now Super Claret, Turf Moor Tom, Ted Maul, Another Pounding, Fake T*ts, Bubble Pop, Empty Head, just do us all a favour and DO ONE !!!!!![/p][/quote]I wonder is the same Wilpshire ‘man’ caught in a barn full of fillies with a step ladder? Up to his … in it. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 4

5:23pm Wed 2 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.
No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.
Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.
Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't.
But you read. And that's enough. Actually it's even quite good skill for a Dingle.
Shame you cant spell Barry, anything with more than 5 letters and it goes above your head. Stick to playing with your dolls house.
It's "can't spell". You cant.
You would be surprised what I can do Barry, one thing for certain is, I don't dress up dolls and I certainly do not dress up in women's clothes unlike you my Wilpshire Tranny.
Well it's never surprised me how wrong you get it every time. This Tranny Barry must have laughed his c0ck off at you.

Back on topic, another day of pre-season passes and you still can't get anyone through the door other than a second hand Rovers cast off, and that's just for a chat. No repeat of last times mistakes, we've learnt, we'll make good use of the time from going up early yada yada yada. Same old Bumley.
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: 3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.[/p][/quote]No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.[/p][/quote]Just pure jealousy Barry why don't you try and post threads on your own web page, oh hang on they don't want you because they know you are a cretin already so the only place you can come to is all Claret, empty head.[/p][/quote]Hi MJ, don't bother replying to him, I don't.[/p][/quote]But you read. And that's enough. Actually it's even quite good skill for a Dingle.[/p][/quote]Shame you cant spell Barry, anything with more than 5 letters and it goes above your head. Stick to playing with your dolls house.[/p][/quote]It's "can't spell". You cant.[/p][/quote]You would be surprised what I can do Barry, one thing for certain is, I don't dress up dolls and I certainly do not dress up in women's clothes unlike you my Wilpshire Tranny.[/p][/quote]Well it's never surprised me how wrong you get it every time. This Tranny Barry must have laughed his c0ck off at you. Back on topic, another day of pre-season passes and you still can't get anyone through the door other than a second hand Rovers cast off, and that's just for a chat. No repeat of last times mistakes, we've learnt, we'll make good use of the time from going up early yada yada yada. Same old Bumley. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -12

5:23pm Wed 2 Jul 14

tall in the saddle says...

How much did Burnley get for Ings then? I’ll ask him tomorrow.
How much did Burnley get for Ings then? I’ll ask him tomorrow. tall in the saddle
  • Score: -1

5:26pm Wed 2 Jul 14

tall in the saddle says...

eddio wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Whatever the future holds for Danny, I wish him all the very best.

He's a a great player on the turf and a young gentleman off it.
so he's not signing then?
Not yet but Reg has for you. Wow.
[quote][p][bold]eddio[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Whatever the future holds for Danny, I wish him all the very best. He's a a great player on the turf and a young gentleman off it.[/p][/quote]so he's not signing then?[/p][/quote]Not yet but Reg has for you. Wow. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 3

6:10pm Wed 2 Jul 14

stevieclaret says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID
You sad ****.

Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry.

Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope.

I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.
Says the man who welcomed Arfield the homeless hobo this time last year. It's not that you can't afford anyone, you simply can't even attract anyone to the train crash of a club, while others are jumping ship. If/when you do sign anyone, it's nailed on that they won't be Premier League class.
U talking bout rovers there turf moor tit?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID[/p][/quote]You sad ****. Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry. Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.[/p][/quote]Says the man who welcomed Arfield the homeless hobo this time last year. It's not that you can't afford anyone, you simply can't even attract anyone to the train crash of a club, while others are jumping ship. If/when you do sign anyone, it's nailed on that they won't be Premier League class.[/p][/quote]U talking bout rovers there turf moor tit? stevieclaret
  • Score: 7

7:13pm Wed 2 Jul 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID
You sad ****.

Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry.

Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope.

I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.
Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club.

Absolutely Correct Sweetheart it has been a hard few years, thank God its turning round at last.

You are a laughing stock in the world of football

Absolutely Correct Sweetheart we certainly used to be and thank God its turning round at last.

I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry.

Cant see any real issues to be honest Sweetheart, you don,t mind me calling you Sweetheart do you? The team as it stands is looking great to be honest and any additions will be an added bonus. Cue Rhodes is going blah blah blah BORING

Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. The middle one Sweetheart i will give you that, dont think you are in a position to talk about class really are you, think about it, away end at the Turd?

I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.
Are you coming on to me? Step away from the saddle...
Ha ha ha nice one, I do like you though if I'm honest your always so constructive
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: On his way in January even if he does start the season with the Dingles, your down by February. Sky+ MOTD,RTID[/p][/quote]You sad ****. Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. You are a laughing stock in the world of football and I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry. Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.[/p][/quote]Look at your own pathetic team, you can't even afford to buy any players this summer all because your transfer budget has been blown on getting rid of the absolute dross that is polluting your club. Absolutely Correct Sweetheart it has been a hard few years, thank God its turning round at last. You are a laughing stock in the world of football Absolutely Correct Sweetheart we certainly used to be and thank God its turning round at last. I can't wait until FFP bends you over and drybums you until you cry. Cant see any real issues to be honest Sweetheart, you don,t mind me calling you Sweetheart do you? The team as it stands is looking great to be honest and any additions will be an added bonus. Cue Rhodes is going blah blah blah BORING Blackburn - no class, no money and no hope. The middle one Sweetheart i will give you that, dont think you are in a position to talk about class really are you, think about it, away end at the Turd? I really hope you do Sky+ MOTD next season, it will give you your only chance of a look at the Premier League because there is zero way your crappy team and your Bib and cone man of a manager is going to get you there.[/p][/quote]Are you coming on to me? Step away from the saddle...[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha nice one, I do like you though if I'm honest your always so constructive George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: 1

7:42pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Old Alzheimer says...

I don't think that Ings is likely to be going anywhere soon.

There's a strong rumour going around that a top Burnley player has just bought a rather nice pad in the Ribble Valley.
I don't think that Ings is likely to be going anywhere soon. There's a strong rumour going around that a top Burnley player has just bought a rather nice pad in the Ribble Valley. Old Alzheimer
  • Score: 3

9:44pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Tony in Liberia says...

Hi, Saints fan in peace here - saw a link to an Ings rumour and followed it - at Saints just now we need to read anything positive we can get - and I wanted to say 2 things:

1, while it will be nice for us if Ings "comes home" to Southampton, you could take the comments on our site pre-Llalana leaving, replace AL with DI, or I would guess J-Rod, and not notice the difference. Football has been ruined by SKY money and the amount of cash running around in the game, which has made it impossible for anyone outside the top 6 to develop anyting as someone will come in and buy any good players you develop - in our case, abour 6 of them at once at this rate - and it both galls me to see this happen to us, and galls me to see us (possibly) doing it to you.

2) My God, you and Blackburn don't like each other much, do you! I largely stopped bothering with the Saints site as it was full of this type of bile between us and Portsmouth, making any kind of chat about football all but impossible! Is it always like this?

Anyway, good luck this season; you may be everyone's bet to go straight back down, but there's always one promoted team that does well, and I hope it's you. My cousin got married in Burnley, and it was a right good p-up!

Tony
Hi, Saints fan in peace here - saw a link to an Ings rumour and followed it - at Saints just now we need to read anything positive we can get - and I wanted to say 2 things: 1, while it will be nice for us if Ings "comes home" to Southampton, you could take the comments on our site pre-Llalana leaving, replace AL with DI, or I would guess J-Rod, and not notice the difference. Football has been ruined by SKY money and the amount of cash running around in the game, which has made it impossible for anyone outside the top 6 to develop anyting as someone will come in and buy any good players you develop - in our case, abour 6 of them at once at this rate - and it both galls me to see this happen to us, and galls me to see us (possibly) doing it to you. 2) My God, you and Blackburn don't like each other much, do you! I largely stopped bothering with the Saints site as it was full of this type of bile between us and Portsmouth, making any kind of chat about football all but impossible! Is it always like this? Anyway, good luck this season; you may be everyone's bet to go straight back down, but there's always one promoted team that does well, and I hope it's you. My cousin got married in Burnley, and it was a right good p-up! Tony Tony in Liberia
  • Score: 9

12:00am Thu 3 Jul 14

Super Claret says...

Got to laugh at all those crying no-dads. What a set of spineless, desperately jealous degenerates.

Burnley are in the Premier League.
Got to laugh at all those crying no-dads. What a set of spineless, desperately jealous degenerates. Burnley are in the Premier League. Super Claret
  • Score: 2

12:19am Thu 3 Jul 14

Super Claret says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.
No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.
And yet we're..... in the PREMIER LEAGUE. Weird init?

And where are you penniless circus clowns these days?

Division 2.

LOL
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: 3 posts. 2 Rovers. Says it all about the obsession I suppose. I believe that he wants to stay though. And what's this about a "proper" premier league club? What constitutes a "proper" prem club? Could it be one like Rovers who still harbour hopes of "getting back where they belong"? You are a "proper" prem club as long as you are playing in it, just like you are a "proper" Championship club as long as you are playing in it. Do try to understand the way football works please.[/p][/quote]No, sorry I think you're missing some vital information. Bumley's Training facilities have been independently verified as ‘Third World’. Whereas Rovers for example have been independently verified as First Class. Bumley’s ground is similar in construction and state of disrepair to a 1960’s bus shelter. Bumley’s squad is threadbare and currently being deserted by those with Premier League experience while those with any promise are seemingly running down their contracts or engineering a way out in the background. All such facts point toward Bumley not being a ‘proper Premier League club’.[/p][/quote]And yet we're..... in the PREMIER LEAGUE. Weird init? And where are you penniless circus clowns these days? Division 2. LOL Super Claret
  • Score: 3

8:29am Thu 3 Jul 14

Forever Blue says...

Old Alzheimer wrote:
I don't think that Ings is likely to be going anywhere soon.

There's a strong rumour going around that a top Burnley player has just bought a rather nice pad in the Ribble Valley.
I think the word you are looking for is rented not bought.
[quote][p][bold]Old Alzheimer[/bold] wrote: I don't think that Ings is likely to be going anywhere soon. There's a strong rumour going around that a top Burnley player has just bought a rather nice pad in the Ribble Valley.[/p][/quote]I think the word you are looking for is rented not bought. Forever Blue
  • Score: -2

1:59pm Thu 3 Jul 14

McClaret says...

mjp 53 wrote:
McClaret wrote:
No doubt much will be said by both Rovers fans and Burnley fans on this article.
He has been back since before the fixtures were announced. Time for the Burnley board to end any speculation and get him tied to a new deal. We have no reason to sell this time and it is highly likely his value will only increase, just simply commit him to the club with a release clause if we are not in the premier the following year. IMO he is worth it, top class player.
Spoke with someone who saw him at the cricket last week and he said he wanted to stay, but I guess his agent is trying to get him more money with a new deal. As we now the board will only go some way to an increase in salary, so if he doesn't sign they will probably sell, although with the money we have coming in I would make him see his contract out.
Forgot to mention that with his age we will receive compensation from any move at the end of his contract anyway so nothing to lose. Completely agree - run it down if we have to. He will want to play and showcase himself on the biggest stage, he would have little choice if he plans to play for a big team.
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: No doubt much will be said by both Rovers fans and Burnley fans on this article. He has been back since before the fixtures were announced. Time for the Burnley board to end any speculation and get him tied to a new deal. We have no reason to sell this time and it is highly likely his value will only increase, just simply commit him to the club with a release clause if we are not in the premier the following year. IMO he is worth it, top class player.[/p][/quote]Spoke with someone who saw him at the cricket last week and he said he wanted to stay, but I guess his agent is trying to get him more money with a new deal. As we now the board will only go some way to an increase in salary, so if he doesn't sign they will probably sell, although with the money we have coming in I would make him see his contract out.[/p][/quote]Forgot to mention that with his age we will receive compensation from any move at the end of his contract anyway so nothing to lose. Completely agree - run it down if we have to. He will want to play and showcase himself on the biggest stage, he would have little choice if he plans to play for a big team. McClaret
  • Score: 0
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