Clarets facing fight for Watford striker Troy Deeney

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BURNLEY will have to be prepared to spend big if they are to add Troy Deeney to their Premier League strike force.

Watford’s top scorer was the subject of a failed bid by the Clarets last week, with the Hornets turning down an offer in excess of £5million – thought to be nearer to £6m – from Turf Moor, on the back of Norwich City having a £5m bid turned down earlier in the summer.

Burnley are expected to go back in with an improved offer, but at present there have been no further approaches for Watford’s in-demand top scorer, although the Championship club are braced.

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Interest in the 26-year-old is expected to hot up over the next seven days, with more clubs preparing to join the race for the 25-goal front man’s signature.

Burnley have already faced competition from Aston Villa and Swansea, as well as Norwich so far.

But regardless of the number of suitors, Watford are determined to play hardball – and can afford to – after seeing Ross McCormack’s sale from Leeds United to Fulham go through for £11m yesterday.

McCormack topped the Championship goal charts last season with 28, but over the last two terms combined Deeney has far more, with 20 in the 2012/13 campaign compared to McCormack’s nine.

Watford, Clarets boss Sean Dyche’s former club, were already in a position of strength because they are not under any financial pressures and are instead putting everything into a promotion push next season.

Winger Lloyd Dyer arrived from Leicester City after helping the Foxes secure the Championship title, while manager Giuseppe Sannino has added Premier League experience with the signings of defender Craig Cathcart and former Spurs goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes.

Striker Matej Vydra has also returned on a season long loan from Udinese after a full term with West Brom, while a two-year loan has also been agreed for Parma’s Hungary international Daniel Tozser.

There have not been any major departures from Vicarage Road, and owner Giampaolo Pozzo will intend to keep it that way.

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9:23am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not.

He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche
What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now. So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not. He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -4

9:26am Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

No panic, we have just signed Sordell and he's good for a goal every five games in the championship. That means now he's in the prem he'll get at least 40 goals a season, what with him and Ings getting 50 and Vokes another 30 we should have the title wrapped up by Christmas. Then the Eurpean adventure starts
No panic, we have just signed Sordell and he's good for a goal every five games in the championship. That means now he's in the prem he'll get at least 40 goals a season, what with him and Ings getting 50 and Vokes another 30 we should have the title wrapped up by Christmas. Then the Eurpean adventure starts AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -5

9:31am Wed 9 Jul 14

kfc yummy says...

Your starting to make sense Barry.
Your starting to make sense Barry. kfc yummy
  • Score: -2

9:32am Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
No panic, we have just signed Sordell and he's good for a goal every five games in the championship. That means now he's in the prem he'll get at least 40 goals a season, what with him and Ings getting 50 and Vokes another 30 we should have the title wrapped up by Christmas. Then the Eurpean adventure starts
Goodness me. Burnley's self-proclaimed number 1 fan making a sarcastic entry in this comment column. You know, we just couldn't have foreseen this.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: No panic, we have just signed Sordell and he's good for a goal every five games in the championship. That means now he's in the prem he'll get at least 40 goals a season, what with him and Ings getting 50 and Vokes another 30 we should have the title wrapped up by Christmas. Then the Eurpean adventure starts[/p][/quote]Goodness me. Burnley's self-proclaimed number 1 fan making a sarcastic entry in this comment column. You know, we just couldn't have foreseen this. Rob_H2O
  • Score: -1

9:32am Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not.

He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche
You leave Suzanne alone you bully.
13000 season ticket holders trying to suck the next signing into turf moor is hilarious to watch, same tactic to be used against Chelsea when trying to get the ball in the net, total embarrassment. We have players falling over one another to get out that would sooner play in the championship like Bryson, Baird, Stanislas and even Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now. So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not. He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche[/p][/quote]You leave Suzanne alone you bully. 13000 season ticket holders trying to suck the next signing into turf moor is hilarious to watch, same tactic to be used against Chelsea when trying to get the ball in the net, total embarrassment. We have players falling over one another to get out that would sooner play in the championship like Bryson, Baird, Stanislas and even Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -7

9:37am Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

We don't need Deeney as Ings hasn't cancelled his milk so it means he will sign any minute
We don't need Deeney as Ings hasn't cancelled his milk so it means he will sign any minute AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -5

9:39am Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.
Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 13

9:44am Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

kfc yummy wrote:
Your starting to make sense Barry.
May I recommend a checkup from the neck up please KFC?
[quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: Your starting to make sense Barry.[/p][/quote]May I recommend a checkup from the neck up please KFC? Rob_H2O
  • Score: 0

9:47am Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not.

He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche
You leave Suzanne alone you bully.
13000 season ticket holders trying to suck the next signing into turf moor is hilarious to watch, same tactic to be used against Chelsea when trying to get the ball in the net, total embarrassment. We have players falling over one another to get out that would sooner play in the championship like Bryson, Baird, Stanislas and even Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week
All the negative comments of other relating to Burnley, always fully supported to the hilt by Burnley's number 1 fan. Exemplary consistency.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now. So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not. He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche[/p][/quote]You leave Suzanne alone you bully. 13000 season ticket holders trying to suck the next signing into turf moor is hilarious to watch, same tactic to be used against Chelsea when trying to get the ball in the net, total embarrassment. We have players falling over one another to get out that would sooner play in the championship like Bryson, Baird, Stanislas and even Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week[/p][/quote]All the negative comments of other relating to Burnley, always fully supported to the hilt by Burnley's number 1 fan. Exemplary consistency. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 6

9:48am Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.
Gotta disagree there Rob, look up told me that its all over twitter, Ings has just renewed his broadband subscription in Clitheroe last Friday, which means he must have signed a new deal on Monday but is keeping the surprise a secret
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.[/p][/quote]Gotta disagree there Rob, look up told me that its all over twitter, Ings has just renewed his broadband subscription in Clitheroe last Friday, which means he must have signed a new deal on Monday but is keeping the surprise a secret AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -5

9:52am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Another Pounding has just taken a pounding on the Luke O Neill thread and the Steven Reid thread where he has FINALLY been exposed for the gurning Blackburn halfwit that he really is - stop embarrassing yourself now, just admit your problem.

Repeat after me: "My name is Barry from Wilpshire and I am in fact a Blackburn fan".

The first big step is to admit you have a problem, from there on it it gets easier. I know that pretending to be a Burnley fan because they are in the Premier League may be beneficial to you in the short term, but you are just denying the fact that Blackburn, your team, are in fact a lowly SECOND DIVISION club - the sooner you embrace this fact then the easier it will be for you to overcome your Burnley addiction and get your SECOND DIVISION medicine at the BolEwood Pharmacy.

He needs our sympathy, not our ridicule.

You go Barry.
Another Pounding has just taken a pounding on the Luke O Neill thread and the Steven Reid thread where he has FINALLY been exposed for the gurning Blackburn halfwit that he really is - stop embarrassing yourself now, just admit your problem. Repeat after me: "My name is Barry from Wilpshire and I am in fact a Blackburn fan". The first big step is to admit you have a problem, from there on it it gets easier. I know that pretending to be a Burnley fan because they are in the Premier League may be beneficial to you in the short term, but you are just denying the fact that Blackburn, your team, are in fact a lowly SECOND DIVISION club - the sooner you embrace this fact then the easier it will be for you to overcome your Burnley addiction and get your SECOND DIVISION medicine at the BolEwood Pharmacy. He needs our sympathy, not our ridicule. You go Barry. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 12

9:52am Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not.

He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche
You leave Suzanne alone you bully.
13000 season ticket holders trying to suck the next signing into turf moor is hilarious to watch, same tactic to be used against Chelsea when trying to get the ball in the net, total embarrassment. We have players falling over one another to get out that would sooner play in the championship like Bryson, Baird, Stanislas and even Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week
All the negative comments of other relating to Burnley, always fully supported to the hilt by Burnley's number 1 fan. Exemplary consistency.
Maybe we could put a cheeky 10 million bid in for Rhodes, he only needs 50k a week and he wouldn't even have to change his milkman, after all if we want him, he will come
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now. So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not. He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche[/p][/quote]You leave Suzanne alone you bully. 13000 season ticket holders trying to suck the next signing into turf moor is hilarious to watch, same tactic to be used against Chelsea when trying to get the ball in the net, total embarrassment. We have players falling over one another to get out that would sooner play in the championship like Bryson, Baird, Stanislas and even Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week[/p][/quote]All the negative comments of other relating to Burnley, always fully supported to the hilt by Burnley's number 1 fan. Exemplary consistency.[/p][/quote]Maybe we could put a cheeky 10 million bid in for Rhodes, he only needs 50k a week and he wouldn't even have to change his milkman, after all if we want him, he will come AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

9:57am Wed 9 Jul 14

claret mov says...

We have players falling over one another to get out that would sooner play in the championship like Bryson, Baird, Stanislas and even Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week

Bryson, took a five year deal......good luck to him

Stanislas never played much at championship level so not going to play in the prem so instead of taking the money left to play regular games

Baird come in on loan did a job to cover our right back, was never going to get a game week in week out because of trippier and wanted to stay nearer to wife and kids so signed for west brom, nearer home and will play more games

Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week, HOW DO YOU KNOW THIS.........JUST A GUESS

VENKY BOYS MORE CONCERNED WITH WHATS GOING ON AT BURNLEY THAN YOUR OWN CLUB LOL LOL LOL
We have players falling over one another to get out that would sooner play in the championship like Bryson, Baird, Stanislas and even Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week Bryson, took a five year deal......good luck to him Stanislas never played much at championship level so not going to play in the prem so instead of taking the money left to play regular games Baird come in on loan did a job to cover our right back, was never going to get a game week in week out because of trippier and wanted to stay nearer to wife and kids so signed for west brom, nearer home and will play more games Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week, HOW DO YOU KNOW THIS.........JUST A GUESS VENKY BOYS MORE CONCERNED WITH WHATS GOING ON AT BURNLEY THAN YOUR OWN CLUB LOL LOL LOL claret mov
  • Score: 2

10:04am Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Another Pounding has just taken a pounding on the Luke O Neill thread and the Steven Reid thread where he has FINALLY been exposed for the gurning Blackburn halfwit that he really is - stop embarrassing yourself now, just admit your problem.

Repeat after me: "My name is Barry from Wilpshire and I am in fact a Blackburn fan".

The first big step is to admit you have a problem, from there on it it gets easier. I know that pretending to be a Burnley fan because they are in the Premier League may be beneficial to you in the short term, but you are just denying the fact that Blackburn, your team, are in fact a lowly SECOND DIVISION club - the sooner you embrace this fact then the easier it will be for you to overcome your Burnley addiction and get your SECOND DIVISION medicine at the BolEwood Pharmacy.

He needs our sympathy, not our ridicule.

You go Barry.
Not satisfied with trying to bully me, you now verbally attack a female reporter, obviously BFC supporters version of Raoul Moate has taken way too many head shots and now exists in a permanent steroid induced frenzy, they call it Roid Rage. He was refused membership to fight club for roundhousing himself into oblivion, but he never gave in, he never surrendered, he just kept going.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Another Pounding has just taken a pounding on the Luke O Neill thread and the Steven Reid thread where he has FINALLY been exposed for the gurning Blackburn halfwit that he really is - stop embarrassing yourself now, just admit your problem. Repeat after me: "My name is Barry from Wilpshire and I am in fact a Blackburn fan". The first big step is to admit you have a problem, from there on it it gets easier. I know that pretending to be a Burnley fan because they are in the Premier League may be beneficial to you in the short term, but you are just denying the fact that Blackburn, your team, are in fact a lowly SECOND DIVISION club - the sooner you embrace this fact then the easier it will be for you to overcome your Burnley addiction and get your SECOND DIVISION medicine at the BolEwood Pharmacy. He needs our sympathy, not our ridicule. You go Barry.[/p][/quote]Not satisfied with trying to bully me, you now verbally attack a female reporter, obviously BFC supporters version of Raoul Moate has taken way too many head shots and now exists in a permanent steroid induced frenzy, they call it Roid Rage. He was refused membership to fight club for roundhousing himself into oblivion, but he never gave in, he never surrendered, he just kept going. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -6

10:11am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Another Pounding has just taken a pounding on the Luke O Neill thread and the Steven Reid thread where he has FINALLY been exposed for the gurning Blackburn halfwit that he really is - stop embarrassing yourself now, just admit your problem.

Repeat after me: "My name is Barry from Wilpshire and I am in fact a Blackburn fan".

The first big step is to admit you have a problem, from there on it it gets easier. I know that pretending to be a Burnley fan because they are in the Premier League may be beneficial to you in the short term, but you are just denying the fact that Blackburn, your team, are in fact a lowly SECOND DIVISION club - the sooner you embrace this fact then the easier it will be for you to overcome your Burnley addiction and get your SECOND DIVISION medicine at the BolEwood Pharmacy.

He needs our sympathy, not our ridicule.

You go Barry.
Not satisfied with trying to bully me, you now verbally attack a female reporter, obviously BFC supporters version of Raoul Moate has taken way too many head shots and now exists in a permanent steroid induced frenzy, they call it Roid Rage. He was refused membership to fight club for roundhousing himself into oblivion, but he never gave in, he never surrendered, he just kept going.
Just admit it Another Pounding, honestly it will help in the long term: "My name is Barry and I am a deluded and narcissistic Blackburn fool"

Please tell me the answers to the following questions:

Why didn't you know that Burnley were Founder members of the Football League?

Why did you suggest that it would be better for Burnley if "YOU'D have signed Chris Brown"?

EPIC FAIL.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Another Pounding has just taken a pounding on the Luke O Neill thread and the Steven Reid thread where he has FINALLY been exposed for the gurning Blackburn halfwit that he really is - stop embarrassing yourself now, just admit your problem. Repeat after me: "My name is Barry from Wilpshire and I am in fact a Blackburn fan". The first big step is to admit you have a problem, from there on it it gets easier. I know that pretending to be a Burnley fan because they are in the Premier League may be beneficial to you in the short term, but you are just denying the fact that Blackburn, your team, are in fact a lowly SECOND DIVISION club - the sooner you embrace this fact then the easier it will be for you to overcome your Burnley addiction and get your SECOND DIVISION medicine at the BolEwood Pharmacy. He needs our sympathy, not our ridicule. You go Barry.[/p][/quote]Not satisfied with trying to bully me, you now verbally attack a female reporter, obviously BFC supporters version of Raoul Moate has taken way too many head shots and now exists in a permanent steroid induced frenzy, they call it Roid Rage. He was refused membership to fight club for roundhousing himself into oblivion, but he never gave in, he never surrendered, he just kept going.[/p][/quote]Just admit it Another Pounding, honestly it will help in the long term: "My name is Barry and I am a deluded and narcissistic Blackburn fool" Please tell me the answers to the following questions: Why didn't you know that Burnley were Founder members of the Football League? Why did you suggest that it would be better for Burnley if "YOU'D have signed Chris Brown"? EPIC FAIL. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 7

10:15am Wed 9 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not.

He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche
I think it's quite important to highlight the disparity between what is commonplace elsewhere and what the directors of Bumley FC are trying to get away with. Perhaps she's got some inside info from her friend Ings and he's frustrated with the lack of quality additions. If so she seems to give a more worthwhile contribution than sticking her head in the sand like your good self.

You're also wrong on the issue being whether he wants to play in the Prem - the issue here is does he want to play for Bumley? The answer, like Bryson, Baird and Stanislas is seemingly no.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now. So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not. He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche[/p][/quote]I think it's quite important to highlight the disparity between what is commonplace elsewhere and what the directors of Bumley FC are trying to get away with. Perhaps she's got some inside info from her friend Ings and he's frustrated with the lack of quality additions. If so she seems to give a more worthwhile contribution than sticking her head in the sand like your good self. You're also wrong on the issue being whether he wants to play in the Prem - the issue here is does he want to play for Bumley? The answer, like Bryson, Baird and Stanislas is seemingly no. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -3

10:15am Wed 9 Jul 14

tall in the saddle says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not.

He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche
Actually its £7 million for McCormack that could rise to £11 depending on other factors. But Celklini wanted him out, so Fulham have definitely overpaid. Just shows how desperate clubs are to get into the PL.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now. So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not. He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche[/p][/quote]Actually its £7 million for McCormack that could rise to £11 depending on other factors. But Celklini wanted him out, so Fulham have definitely overpaid. Just shows how desperate clubs are to get into the PL. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 3

10:20am Wed 9 Jul 14

tall in the saddle says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Another Pounding has just taken a pounding on the Luke O Neill thread and the Steven Reid thread where he has FINALLY been exposed for the gurning Blackburn halfwit that he really is - stop embarrassing yourself now, just admit your problem.

Repeat after me: "My name is Barry from Wilpshire and I am in fact a Blackburn fan".

The first big step is to admit you have a problem, from there on it it gets easier. I know that pretending to be a Burnley fan because they are in the Premier League may be beneficial to you in the short term, but you are just denying the fact that Blackburn, your team, are in fact a lowly SECOND DIVISION club - the sooner you embrace this fact then the easier it will be for you to overcome your Burnley addiction and get your SECOND DIVISION medicine at the BolEwood Pharmacy.

He needs our sympathy, not our ridicule.

You go Barry.
What he needs are two things. 1, A psychiatrist 2. Something to occupy him., you know like junior Leggo or dolls house to play with.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Another Pounding has just taken a pounding on the Luke O Neill thread and the Steven Reid thread where he has FINALLY been exposed for the gurning Blackburn halfwit that he really is - stop embarrassing yourself now, just admit your problem. Repeat after me: "My name is Barry from Wilpshire and I am in fact a Blackburn fan". The first big step is to admit you have a problem, from there on it it gets easier. I know that pretending to be a Burnley fan because they are in the Premier League may be beneficial to you in the short term, but you are just denying the fact that Blackburn, your team, are in fact a lowly SECOND DIVISION club - the sooner you embrace this fact then the easier it will be for you to overcome your Burnley addiction and get your SECOND DIVISION medicine at the BolEwood Pharmacy. He needs our sympathy, not our ridicule. You go Barry.[/p][/quote]What he needs are two things. 1, A psychiatrist 2. Something to occupy him., you know like junior Leggo or dolls house to play with. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 3

10:24am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not.

He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche
I think it's quite important to highlight the disparity between what is commonplace elsewhere and what the directors of Bumley FC are trying to get away with. Perhaps she's got some inside info from her friend Ings and he's frustrated with the lack of quality additions. If so she seems to give a more worthwhile contribution than sticking her head in the sand like your good self.

You're also wrong on the issue being whether he wants to play in the Prem - the issue here is does he want to play for Bumley? The answer, like Bryson, Baird and Stanislas is seemingly no.
This is how easy it is to disprove you now:

Bryson = We weren't about to offer a 28 year old a five year deal for £25k a week - only stupid clubs do that like Blackburn and Derby.

Baird - Wanted to be nearer his young family and West Bromwich is 140 miles nearer which is why he has moved there.

Stanislas - started less than 10 games all season in the Chumpionship so left to get more game time and a longer contract at Bournemouth rather than not get selected in the Premier League.

It's like shooting fish in a barrel disproving you gimpboy, have you switched usernames because of the beating that Another Pounding is getting?

Bless.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now. So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not. He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche[/p][/quote]I think it's quite important to highlight the disparity between what is commonplace elsewhere and what the directors of Bumley FC are trying to get away with. Perhaps she's got some inside info from her friend Ings and he's frustrated with the lack of quality additions. If so she seems to give a more worthwhile contribution than sticking her head in the sand like your good self. You're also wrong on the issue being whether he wants to play in the Prem - the issue here is does he want to play for Bumley? The answer, like Bryson, Baird and Stanislas is seemingly no.[/p][/quote]This is how easy it is to disprove you now: Bryson = We weren't about to offer a 28 year old a five year deal for £25k a week - only stupid clubs do that like Blackburn and Derby. Baird - Wanted to be nearer his young family and West Bromwich is 140 miles nearer which is why he has moved there. Stanislas - started less than 10 games all season in the Chumpionship so left to get more game time and a longer contract at Bournemouth rather than not get selected in the Premier League. It's like shooting fish in a barrel disproving you gimpboy, have you switched usernames because of the beating that Another Pounding is getting? Bless. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 5

10:30am Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.
thats a lot of if,s
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.[/p][/quote]thats a lot of if,s jim 2012
  • Score: -5

10:34am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.
thats a lot of if,s
Do you mean if's?
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.[/p][/quote]thats a lot of if,s[/p][/quote]Do you mean if's? Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 2

10:39am Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not.

He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche
I think it's quite important to highlight the disparity between what is commonplace elsewhere and what the directors of Bumley FC are trying to get away with. Perhaps she's got some inside info from her friend Ings and he's frustrated with the lack of quality additions. If so she seems to give a more worthwhile contribution than sticking her head in the sand like your good self.

You're also wrong on the issue being whether he wants to play in the Prem - the issue here is does he want to play for Bumley? The answer, like Bryson, Baird and Stanislas is seemingly no.
This is how easy it is to disprove you now:

Bryson = We weren't about to offer a 28 year old a five year deal for £25k a week - only stupid clubs do that like Blackburn and Derby.

Baird - Wanted to be nearer his young family and West Bromwich is 140 miles nearer which is why he has moved there.

Stanislas - started less than 10 games all season in the Chumpionship so left to get more game time and a longer contract at Bournemouth rather than not get selected in the Premier League.

It's like shooting fish in a barrel disproving you gimpboy, have you switched usernames because of the beating that Another Pounding is getting?

Bless.
Yeah I agree Toms wrong on this one,
Bryson, if we want him, he will come.
Baird, if we want him, he will come.
Stanislas, if we want him he will come.
Deeney, if we want him, he will come
Ings, if we wanted him, he will sign

Oh er hang on
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now. So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not. He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche[/p][/quote]I think it's quite important to highlight the disparity between what is commonplace elsewhere and what the directors of Bumley FC are trying to get away with. Perhaps she's got some inside info from her friend Ings and he's frustrated with the lack of quality additions. If so she seems to give a more worthwhile contribution than sticking her head in the sand like your good self. You're also wrong on the issue being whether he wants to play in the Prem - the issue here is does he want to play for Bumley? The answer, like Bryson, Baird and Stanislas is seemingly no.[/p][/quote]This is how easy it is to disprove you now: Bryson = We weren't about to offer a 28 year old a five year deal for £25k a week - only stupid clubs do that like Blackburn and Derby. Baird - Wanted to be nearer his young family and West Bromwich is 140 miles nearer which is why he has moved there. Stanislas - started less than 10 games all season in the Chumpionship so left to get more game time and a longer contract at Bournemouth rather than not get selected in the Premier League. It's like shooting fish in a barrel disproving you gimpboy, have you switched usernames because of the beating that Another Pounding is getting? Bless.[/p][/quote]Yeah I agree Toms wrong on this one, Bryson, if we want him, he will come. Baird, if we want him, he will come. Stanislas, if we want him he will come. Deeney, if we want him, he will come Ings, if we wanted him, he will sign Oh er hang on AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -3

10:44am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Answer the questions Another Pounding - Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League?

And please also explain why did you type that "YOU'D have been better off signing Brown?" when referring to Blackburn's recently acquired donkey.

Until you can - please **** off.

Thanks in advance.
Answer the questions Another Pounding - Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League? And please also explain why did you type that "YOU'D have been better off signing Brown?" when referring to Blackburn's recently acquired donkey. Until you can - please **** off. Thanks in advance. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 7

10:51am Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

TurfMoorTom/AnotherP
ounding/Barry... doing what he does best once again... making himself look like an absolute tw4t. He's so jealous he cannot function correctly and needs attention from Burnley supporters as this is the only way he can get an erection.

What happened to all the Rovers fans who were capable of banter? Have we really seen them all off after destroying them last season? The ones that are left are pretty poor in all honesty, it's not even fun degrading them any more as they appear happy to do that to themselves.

I pity the fools.
TurfMoorTom/AnotherP ounding/Barry... doing what he does best once again... making himself look like an absolute tw4t. He's so jealous he cannot function correctly and needs attention from Burnley supporters as this is the only way he can get an erection. What happened to all the Rovers fans who were capable of banter? Have we really seen them all off after destroying them last season? The ones that are left are pretty poor in all honesty, it's not even fun degrading them any more as they appear happy to do that to themselves. I pity the fools. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 6

10:52am Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Answer the questions Another Pounding - Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League?

And please also explain why did you type that "YOU'D have been better off signing Brown?" when referring to Blackburn's recently acquired donkey.

Until you can - please **** off.

Thanks in advance.
As you know Villa were already represented in the league and no team can be represented twice so our membership was null and void. All historical records and achievements are therefore null and void. i'm surprised they let us in the PL
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Answer the questions Another Pounding - Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League? And please also explain why did you type that "YOU'D have been better off signing Brown?" when referring to Blackburn's recently acquired donkey. Until you can - please **** off. Thanks in advance.[/p][/quote]As you know Villa were already represented in the league and no team can be represented twice so our membership was null and void. All historical records and achievements are therefore null and void. i'm surprised they let us in the PL AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -5

11:05am Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.
Gotta disagree there Rob, look up told me that its all over twitter, Ings has just renewed his broadband subscription in Clitheroe last Friday, which means he must have signed a new deal on Monday but is keeping the surprise a secret
More sarcasm. More detrimental stuff swivelled into the supposed positive. You've not done this before. You continually surprise us. How does one keep up?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.[/p][/quote]Gotta disagree there Rob, look up told me that its all over twitter, Ings has just renewed his broadband subscription in Clitheroe last Friday, which means he must have signed a new deal on Monday but is keeping the surprise a secret[/p][/quote]More sarcasm. More detrimental stuff swivelled into the supposed positive. You've not done this before. You continually surprise us. How does one keep up? Rob_H2O
  • Score: 5

11:07am Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Answer the questions Another Pounding - Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League?

And please also explain why did you type that "YOU'D have been better off signing Brown?" when referring to Blackburn's recently acquired donkey.

Until you can - please **** off.

Thanks in advance.
As you know Villa were already represented in the league and no team can be represented twice so our membership was null and void. All historical records and achievements are therefore null and void. i'm surprised they let us in the PL
I never knew you hated West Ham and Scunthorpe so much. Is it something to do with whom some of your schizoid alter-egos support?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Answer the questions Another Pounding - Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League? And please also explain why did you type that "YOU'D have been better off signing Brown?" when referring to Blackburn's recently acquired donkey. Until you can - please **** off. Thanks in advance.[/p][/quote]As you know Villa were already represented in the league and no team can be represented twice so our membership was null and void. All historical records and achievements are therefore null and void. i'm surprised they let us in the PL[/p][/quote]I never knew you hated West Ham and Scunthorpe so much. Is it something to do with whom some of your schizoid alter-egos support? Rob_H2O
  • Score: 6

11:09am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Answer the questions Another Pounding - Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League?

And please also explain why did you type that "YOU'D have been better off signing Brown?" when referring to Blackburn's recently acquired donkey.

Until you can - please **** off.

Thanks in advance.
As you know Villa were already represented in the league and no team can be represented twice so our membership was null and void. All historical records and achievements are therefore null and void. i'm surprised they let us in the PL
Ahhh you mean like your other (Now banned) moniker on here - FakeVilla?

You've been exposed yet again, you sir are an embarrassment now run along back to your Darwen flat and cry yourself to sleep about the futility of your life.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Answer the questions Another Pounding - Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League? And please also explain why did you type that "YOU'D have been better off signing Brown?" when referring to Blackburn's recently acquired donkey. Until you can - please **** off. Thanks in advance.[/p][/quote]As you know Villa were already represented in the league and no team can be represented twice so our membership was null and void. All historical records and achievements are therefore null and void. i'm surprised they let us in the PL[/p][/quote]Ahhh you mean like your other (Now banned) moniker on here - FakeVilla? You've been exposed yet again, you sir are an embarrassment now run along back to your Darwen flat and cry yourself to sleep about the futility of your life. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 6

11:21am Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

You have to ask yourself this Tom...

How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley?

How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade?

It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often.

Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character.

I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures.

The facts are as follows:

We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever.

It's as simple as that Tom.
You have to ask yourself this Tom... How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley? How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade? It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often. Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character. I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures. The facts are as follows: We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever. It's as simple as that Tom. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 8

11:30am Wed 9 Jul 14

Tatts says...

Oh dear, looks like another one has gone begging!

You can't even sign decent Championship players, let alone decent Premier League players.
Oh dear, looks like another one has gone begging! You can't even sign decent Championship players, let alone decent Premier League players. Tatts
  • Score: -2

11:32am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Phew, thankfully the deluded one has gone, so back to the article.

Not sure how Susan Geldard thinks we face stiff competition for Deeney from sides that haven't yet made an official offer for him, and in fact are only linked via rumour websites etc.
Phew, thankfully the deluded one has gone, so back to the article. Not sure how Susan Geldard thinks we face stiff competition for Deeney from sides that haven't yet made an official offer for him, and in fact are only linked via rumour websites etc. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 2

11:57am Wed 9 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Phew, thankfully the deluded one has gone, so back to the article.

Not sure how Susan Geldard thinks we face stiff competition for Deeney from sides that haven't yet made an official offer for him, and in fact are only linked via rumour websites etc.
Until a bidding war kicks in clubs will let Watford pay his wages and snap him up nearer kick off time. He'll go to whoever offers him most. That's the way it is these days.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Phew, thankfully the deluded one has gone, so back to the article. Not sure how Susan Geldard thinks we face stiff competition for Deeney from sides that haven't yet made an official offer for him, and in fact are only linked via rumour websites etc.[/p][/quote]Until a bidding war kicks in clubs will let Watford pay his wages and snap him up nearer kick off time. He'll go to whoever offers him most. That's the way it is these days. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 3

12:01pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Phew, thankfully the deluded one has gone, so back to the article.

Not sure how Susan Geldard thinks we face stiff competition for Deeney from sides that haven't yet made an official offer for him, and in fact are only linked via rumour websites etc.
Until a bidding war kicks in clubs will let Watford pay his wages and snap him up nearer kick off time. He'll go to whoever offers him most. That's the way it is these days.
Agreed, but to be honest I am hoping that Dyche has a back up plan in case Watford get all greedy and hold out for £10 million plus.

Plenty of strikers out there that we can get for £5 - 7 million that can (hopefully) do a job in the Premier League.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Phew, thankfully the deluded one has gone, so back to the article. Not sure how Susan Geldard thinks we face stiff competition for Deeney from sides that haven't yet made an official offer for him, and in fact are only linked via rumour websites etc.[/p][/quote]Until a bidding war kicks in clubs will let Watford pay his wages and snap him up nearer kick off time. He'll go to whoever offers him most. That's the way it is these days.[/p][/quote]Agreed, but to be honest I am hoping that Dyche has a back up plan in case Watford get all greedy and hold out for £10 million plus. Plenty of strikers out there that we can get for £5 - 7 million that can (hopefully) do a job in the Premier League. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 2

12:23pm Wed 9 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
You have to ask yourself this Tom...

How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley?

How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade?

It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often.

Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character.

I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures.

The facts are as follows:

We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever.

It's as simple as that Tom.
Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: You have to ask yourself this Tom... How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley? How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade? It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often. Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character. I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures. The facts are as follows: We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever. It's as simple as that Tom.[/p][/quote]Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -11

12:23pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Phew, thankfully the deluded one has gone, so back to the article.

Not sure how Susan Geldard thinks we face stiff competition for Deeney from sides that haven't yet made an official offer for him, and in fact are only linked via rumour websites etc.
Until a bidding war kicks in clubs will let Watford pay his wages and snap him up nearer kick off time. He'll go to whoever offers him most. That's the way it is these days.
Agreed, but to be honest I am hoping that Dyche has a back up plan in case Watford get all greedy and hold out for £10 million plus.

Plenty of strikers out there that we can get for £5 - 7 million that can (hopefully) do a job in the Premier League.
No doubt Dyche will have a back up plan but the directors will have to face the fact they have to pay the going rate for good players. If not you'll end up buying the left overs last minute, which has happened at Blackburn in the past as Venkys "tried " to save money.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Phew, thankfully the deluded one has gone, so back to the article. Not sure how Susan Geldard thinks we face stiff competition for Deeney from sides that haven't yet made an official offer for him, and in fact are only linked via rumour websites etc.[/p][/quote]Until a bidding war kicks in clubs will let Watford pay his wages and snap him up nearer kick off time. He'll go to whoever offers him most. That's the way it is these days.[/p][/quote]Agreed, but to be honest I am hoping that Dyche has a back up plan in case Watford get all greedy and hold out for £10 million plus. Plenty of strikers out there that we can get for £5 - 7 million that can (hopefully) do a job in the Premier League.[/p][/quote]No doubt Dyche will have a back up plan but the directors will have to face the fact they have to pay the going rate for good players. If not you'll end up buying the left overs last minute, which has happened at Blackburn in the past as Venkys "tried " to save money. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

12:39pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney.

I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....!
We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney. I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....! Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 1

12:46pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Tatts says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney.

I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....!
No doubt that if you did bid for Rhodes, he would be yet another Championship player who would prefer to stay in the Championship rather than sign for Burnley.

What about Leon Best? He's a Championship reject, so maybe you could sign him to play alongside fellow Championship reject Sordell. Mind you, Best is on Premier League wages and obviously Burnley don't pay Premier League wages, as the directors like to fill their own pockets rather than pay money to the players.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney. I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....![/p][/quote]No doubt that if you did bid for Rhodes, he would be yet another Championship player who would prefer to stay in the Championship rather than sign for Burnley. What about Leon Best? He's a Championship reject, so maybe you could sign him to play alongside fellow Championship reject Sordell. Mind you, Best is on Premier League wages and obviously Burnley don't pay Premier League wages, as the directors like to fill their own pockets rather than pay money to the players. Tatts
  • Score: -6

12:46pm Wed 9 Jul 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney.

I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....!
Sky + MOTD,cant wait. RTID
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney. I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....![/p][/quote]Sky + MOTD,cant wait. RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: -5

12:49pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move.

Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen.

Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.
The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move. Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen. Squeaky bum time for the no-dads. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 2

12:56pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney.

I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....!
Sky + MOTD,cant wait. RTID
Retard Till I Die?
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney. I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....![/p][/quote]Sky + MOTD,cant wait. RTID[/p][/quote]Retard Till I Die? Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 6

1:03pm Wed 9 Jul 14

kfc yummy says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
kfc yummy wrote:
Your starting to make sense Barry.
May I recommend a checkup from the neck up please KFC?
I was being sarcastic .
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: Your starting to make sense Barry.[/p][/quote]May I recommend a checkup from the neck up please KFC?[/p][/quote]I was being sarcastic . kfc yummy
  • Score: 2

1:42pm Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move.

Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen.

Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.
The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move. Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen. Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.[/p][/quote]The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

1:46pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move.

Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen.

Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.
The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground.
Stop singing our praises. Its so out of character.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move. Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen. Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.[/p][/quote]The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground.[/p][/quote]Stop singing our praises. Its so out of character. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 3

1:47pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

kfc yummy wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
kfc yummy wrote:
Your starting to make sense Barry.
May I recommend a checkup from the neck up please KFC?
I was being sarcastic .
Oh, go on then. Giggle!
[quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: Your starting to make sense Barry.[/p][/quote]May I recommend a checkup from the neck up please KFC?[/p][/quote]I was being sarcastic .[/p][/quote]Oh, go on then. Giggle! Rob_H2O
  • Score: 2

1:55pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
You have to ask yourself this Tom...

How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley?

How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade?

It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often.

Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character.

I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures.

The facts are as follows:

We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever.

It's as simple as that Tom.
Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.
Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: You have to ask yourself this Tom... How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley? How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade? It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often. Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character. I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures. The facts are as follows: We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever. It's as simple as that Tom.[/p][/quote]Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.[/p][/quote]Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"? Rob_H2O
  • Score: 2

1:58pm Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Just back from pre season training, it was like watching the chuckle brothers. We need some quality fast, what about yon midfielder from wigan, surely we can sign somebody from the pie munchers, might be an idea to start scouring the lower leagues
Just back from pre season training, it was like watching the chuckle brothers. We need some quality fast, what about yon midfielder from wigan, surely we can sign somebody from the pie munchers, might be an idea to start scouring the lower leagues AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

2:03pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.
thats a lot of if,s
If is used when you're comparing alternatives in the absence of established fact. I was comparing alternatives. There is an absence of facts.

You're not a quick study, are you Gimp.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.[/p][/quote]thats a lot of if,s[/p][/quote]If is used when you're comparing alternatives in the absence of established fact. I was comparing alternatives. There is an absence of facts. You're not a quick study, are you Gimp. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 5

2:05pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Just back from pre season training, it was like watching the chuckle brothers. We need some quality fast, what about yon midfielder from wigan, surely we can sign somebody from the pie munchers, might be an idea to start scouring the lower leagues
Staying on message, I do hope they are Conference players. And free transfers of course. Oh, yes, and over 35 to boot. Accentuate the positive lads.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Just back from pre season training, it was like watching the chuckle brothers. We need some quality fast, what about yon midfielder from wigan, surely we can sign somebody from the pie munchers, might be an idea to start scouring the lower leagues[/p][/quote]Staying on message, I do hope they are Conference players. And free transfers of course. Oh, yes, and over 35 to boot. Accentuate the positive lads. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 5

2:16pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney.

I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....!
But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney. I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....![/p][/quote]But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 3

2:19pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney.

I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....!
But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.
Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you?

You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages.

You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney. I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....![/p][/quote]But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.[/p][/quote]Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you? You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages. You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 3

2:24pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney.

I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....!
But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.
Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you?

You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages.

You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you.
That stumped you didn't it but it's only common sense.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney. I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....![/p][/quote]But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.[/p][/quote]Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you? You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages. You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you.[/p][/quote]That stumped you didn't it but it's only common sense. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 4

2:36pm Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney.

I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....!
But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.
Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you?

You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages.

You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you.
ings and the rest were on 12K a week before promotion, its all open source information, and that would be source and not sore. Its no wonder Ings would drop a division, the pay is better
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney. I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....![/p][/quote]But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.[/p][/quote]Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you? You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages. You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you.[/p][/quote]ings and the rest were on 12K a week before promotion, its all open source information, and that would be source and not sore. Its no wonder Ings would drop a division, the pay is better AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -8

2:39pm Wed 9 Jul 14

madari says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move.

Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen.

Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.
The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground.
Madari the snake charmer says:

Hahahaha!! What a p155 p0t you are? Quote :`there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our Dump of a ground , but guess what ??

The likes of World class managers Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho , Arsene Wenger to name a few will be attending TURF MOOR come august to shake hands with our Mr Dyche whilst the curry boys down the M65 will be inviting household names like Mark Warburton,Bob Peeters & Steve Evans to a ground which ncreasingly looks like its all dressed up with nowhere to go but down down deeper and down !! ahahahahaha!!!..RELE
GTION !!!
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move. Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen. Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.[/p][/quote]The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground.[/p][/quote]Madari the snake charmer says: Hahahaha!! What a p155 p0t you are? Quote :`there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our Dump of a ground , but guess what ?? The likes of World class managers Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho , Arsene Wenger to name a few will be attending TURF MOOR come august to shake hands with our Mr Dyche whilst the curry boys down the M65 will be inviting household names like Mark Warburton,Bob Peeters & Steve Evans to a ground which ncreasingly looks like its all dressed up with nowhere to go but down down deeper and down !! ahahahahaha!!!..RELE GTION !!! madari
  • Score: 6

2:44pm Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

madari wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move.

Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen.

Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.
The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground.
Madari the snake charmer says:

Hahahaha!! What a p155 p0t you are? Quote :`there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our Dump of a ground , but guess what ??

The likes of World class managers Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho , Arsene Wenger to name a few will be attending TURF MOOR come august to shake hands with our Mr Dyche whilst the curry boys down the M65 will be inviting household names like Mark Warburton,Bob Peeters & Steve Evans to a ground which ncreasingly looks like its all dressed up with nowhere to go but down down deeper and down !! ahahahahaha!!!..RELE

GTION !!!
They will be attending because they have to, not because they want to.
[quote][p][bold]madari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move. Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen. Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.[/p][/quote]The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground.[/p][/quote]Madari the snake charmer says: Hahahaha!! What a p155 p0t you are? Quote :`there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our Dump of a ground , but guess what ?? The likes of World class managers Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho , Arsene Wenger to name a few will be attending TURF MOOR come august to shake hands with our Mr Dyche whilst the curry boys down the M65 will be inviting household names like Mark Warburton,Bob Peeters & Steve Evans to a ground which ncreasingly looks like its all dressed up with nowhere to go but down down deeper and down !! ahahahahaha!!!..RELE GTION !!![/p][/quote]They will be attending because they have to, not because they want to. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -7

2:44pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney.

I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....!
But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.
Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you?

You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages.

You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you.
ings and the rest were on 12K a week before promotion, its all open source information, and that would be source and not sore. Its no wonder Ings would drop a division, the pay is better
If that is true and I don't know, it's no wonder Ings feels hard done by when the chap down the road earns three times as much for doing a similar job. It would be a shame if Burnley lost Ings because of what Jordan Rhodes earns !!!! But that's up to the directors.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney. I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....![/p][/quote]But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.[/p][/quote]Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you? You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages. You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you.[/p][/quote]ings and the rest were on 12K a week before promotion, its all open source information, and that would be source and not sore. Its no wonder Ings would drop a division, the pay is better[/p][/quote]If that is true and I don't know, it's no wonder Ings feels hard done by when the chap down the road earns three times as much for doing a similar job. It would be a shame if Burnley lost Ings because of what Jordan Rhodes earns !!!! But that's up to the directors. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 3

3:04pm Wed 9 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney.

I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....!
But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.
Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you?

You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages.

You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you.
That stumped you didn't it but it's only common sense.
I had the very same impression. Unfortunately there's no common sense in Bumley so let them bang on about selling Ings for Rhodes.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney. I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....![/p][/quote]But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.[/p][/quote]Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you? You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages. You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you.[/p][/quote]That stumped you didn't it but it's only common sense.[/p][/quote]I had the very same impression. Unfortunately there's no common sense in Bumley so let them bang on about selling Ings for Rhodes. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -3

3:17pm Wed 9 Jul 14

houseclaret says...

Utterly bored now. The ongoing arguments between the multi-personality and certain Clarets (you know who you are) are as pointless as they are uninteresting. Do other Clarets feel the same?
As soon as I see a post with any heading from the obviously unemployed, multi-faced spoiler from Blackburn (?) I skim over and avoid, knowing for sure that there will be nothing of interest there. I'm just surprised that some Clarets still seem to think it's fun to argue with the obviously sick mind.
I welcome Rovers on here, have a go and give us some stick but be factual and keep it reasonably clean. Some of you are actually well-informed and occasionally funny.
Try as I might (and I have) I can't get the telegraph to ban the idiot's ip address so please just ignore and keep this site Claret.
Utterly bored now. The ongoing arguments between the multi-personality and certain Clarets (you know who you are) are as pointless as they are uninteresting. Do other Clarets feel the same? As soon as I see a post with any heading from the obviously unemployed, multi-faced spoiler from Blackburn (?) I skim over and avoid, knowing for sure that there will be nothing of interest there. I'm just surprised that some Clarets still seem to think it's fun to argue with the obviously sick mind. I welcome Rovers on here, have a go and give us some stick but be factual and keep it reasonably clean. Some of you are actually well-informed and occasionally funny. Try as I might (and I have) I can't get the telegraph to ban the idiot's ip address so please just ignore and keep this site Claret. houseclaret
  • Score: 5

3:19pm Wed 9 Jul 14

madari says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
madari wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move.

Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen.

Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.
The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground.
Madari the snake charmer says:

Hahahaha!! What a p155 p0t you are? Quote :`there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our Dump of a ground , but guess what ??

The likes of World class managers Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho , Arsene Wenger to name a few will be attending TURF MOOR come august to shake hands with our Mr Dyche whilst the curry boys down the M65 will be inviting household names like Mark Warburton,Bob Peeters & Steve Evans to a ground which ncreasingly looks like its all dressed up with nowhere to go but down down deeper and down !! ahahahahaha!!!..RELE


GTION !!!
They will be attending because they have to, not because they want to.
Madari the sake charmer says:

What A P!55 POt you are. Of course the cream of world football will be attending TURF MOOR because they have to, you tool.. Why?? because The mighty clarets achieved that right on MERIT ...now go get those P155 stained knickers which you've been wearing for the last six days washed while the sun is still out ...that's a good tramp hahhaha!!
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]madari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move. Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen. Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.[/p][/quote]The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground.[/p][/quote]Madari the snake charmer says: Hahahaha!! What a p155 p0t you are? Quote :`there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our Dump of a ground , but guess what ?? The likes of World class managers Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho , Arsene Wenger to name a few will be attending TURF MOOR come august to shake hands with our Mr Dyche whilst the curry boys down the M65 will be inviting household names like Mark Warburton,Bob Peeters & Steve Evans to a ground which ncreasingly looks like its all dressed up with nowhere to go but down down deeper and down !! ahahahahaha!!!..RELE GTION !!![/p][/quote]They will be attending because they have to, not because they want to.[/p][/quote]Madari the sake charmer says: What A P!55 POt you are. Of course the cream of world football will be attending TURF MOOR because they have to, you tool.. Why?? because The mighty clarets achieved that right on MERIT ...now go get those P155 stained knickers which you've been wearing for the last six days washed while the sun is still out ...that's a good tramp hahhaha!! madari
  • Score: 5

3:22pm Wed 9 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
You have to ask yourself this Tom...

How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley?

How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade?

It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often.

Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character.

I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures.

The facts are as follows:

We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever.

It's as simple as that Tom.
Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.
Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?
Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem??

Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment.

All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'.

I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: You have to ask yourself this Tom... How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley? How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade? It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often. Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character. I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures. The facts are as follows: We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever. It's as simple as that Tom.[/p][/quote]Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.[/p][/quote]Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?[/p][/quote]Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem?? Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment. All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'. I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -5

3:46pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

The Riverside stand at Ewood Park has already hit the headlines this summer amid reports condemning the stand as unsafe due to potential subsidence issues. Venky's have refused to comment. All very suspect if you ask me.
The Riverside stand at Ewood Park has already hit the headlines this summer amid reports condemning the stand as unsafe due to potential subsidence issues. Venky's have refused to comment. All very suspect if you ask me. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 1

3:51pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

Perhaps that's why no player with any self-respect wants to join your shambles of a club.... who'd want to play in front of a stand that is slowly sinking into the river?
Perhaps that's why no player with any self-respect wants to join your shambles of a club.... who'd want to play in front of a stand that is slowly sinking into the river? Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 1

4:10pm Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

madari wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
madari wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move.

Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen.

Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.
The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground.
Madari the snake charmer says:

Hahahaha!! What a p155 p0t you are? Quote :`there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our Dump of a ground , but guess what ??

The likes of World class managers Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho , Arsene Wenger to name a few will be attending TURF MOOR come august to shake hands with our Mr Dyche whilst the curry boys down the M65 will be inviting household names like Mark Warburton,Bob Peeters & Steve Evans to a ground which ncreasingly looks like its all dressed up with nowhere to go but down down deeper and down !! ahahahahaha!!!..RELE



GTION !!!
They will be attending because they have to, not because they want to.
Madari the sake charmer says:

What A P!55 POt you are. Of course the cream of world football will be attending TURF MOOR because they have to, you tool.. Why?? because The mighty clarets achieved that right on MERIT ...now go get those P155 stained knickers which you've been wearing for the last six days washed while the sun is still out ...that's a good tramp hahhaha!!
Is putting hahahaha at the end of everything you type supposed to make it funny, you better tell peter kay he's missing this obvious gem, hahahahahaha
Today is wednesday, hahahahaha
Its sunny hahahahaha
Ings is on his way, hahahahaha

No sorry but it just doesn't work, someone needs to remove you from the day room, hahahaha
[quote][p][bold]madari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]madari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move. Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen. Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.[/p][/quote]The day Burnley spend 10 million on a player, i'll be long in the ground, there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our dump of a ground.[/p][/quote]Madari the snake charmer says: Hahahaha!! What a p155 p0t you are? Quote :`there is no way Rhodes would consider joining our Dump of a ground , but guess what ?? The likes of World class managers Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho , Arsene Wenger to name a few will be attending TURF MOOR come august to shake hands with our Mr Dyche whilst the curry boys down the M65 will be inviting household names like Mark Warburton,Bob Peeters & Steve Evans to a ground which ncreasingly looks like its all dressed up with nowhere to go but down down deeper and down !! ahahahahaha!!!..RELE GTION !!![/p][/quote]They will be attending because they have to, not because they want to.[/p][/quote]Madari the sake charmer says: What A P!55 POt you are. Of course the cream of world football will be attending TURF MOOR because they have to, you tool.. Why?? because The mighty clarets achieved that right on MERIT ...now go get those P155 stained knickers which you've been wearing for the last six days washed while the sun is still out ...that's a good tramp hahhaha!![/p][/quote]Is putting hahahaha at the end of everything you type supposed to make it funny, you better tell peter kay he's missing this obvious gem, hahahahahaha Today is wednesday, hahahahaha Its sunny hahahahaha Ings is on his way, hahahahaha No sorry but it just doesn't work, someone needs to remove you from the day room, hahahaha AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -3

4:14pm Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Perhaps that's why no player with any self-respect wants to join your shambles of a club.... who'd want to play in front of a stand that is slowly sinking into the river?
I hope you have a good solicitor, this nonsense was rubbished last year, I see a lawsuit on the horizon for BFC's most intelligent supporter.
On the other hand you can get splinters in yer arse from our wooden seats, lets hope they've had plenty of yacht varnish on them in close season
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Perhaps that's why no player with any self-respect wants to join your shambles of a club.... who'd want to play in front of a stand that is slowly sinking into the river?[/p][/quote]I hope you have a good solicitor, this nonsense was rubbished last year, I see a lawsuit on the horizon for BFC's most intelligent supporter. On the other hand you can get splinters in yer arse from our wooden seats, lets hope they've had plenty of yacht varnish on them in close season AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -3

4:16pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
You have to ask yourself this Tom...

How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley?

How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade?

It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often.

Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character.

I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures.

The facts are as follows:

We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever.

It's as simple as that Tom.
Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.
Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?
Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem??

Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment.

All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'.

I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.
Wrong, wrong, wrong.

I will put it in simple words for you, to avoid complications:

In order to be regarded as a 'Premier League Club' You need to achieve promotion from Division Two, if you can't manage to do this, you cannot be regarded as a 'Premier League Club'.

A good history does not guarantee your status as a 'Premier League Club', I cite Leeds Utd and Nottingham Forest as examples, both have a rich history (More so than Blackburn) and yet neither can consider themselves a 'Premier League Club' until they achieve the holy grail of promotion from the Championship.

In short, until a side gains promotion from the ChUmpionship, they will NEVER be regarded as anything other than 'Tinpot'.

Unfortunately for you, this is where Blackburn now find themselves - another run-of-the-mill, ex Premier League club struggling to get out of the Second Division.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: You have to ask yourself this Tom... How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley? How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade? It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often. Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character. I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures. The facts are as follows: We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever. It's as simple as that Tom.[/p][/quote]Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.[/p][/quote]Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?[/p][/quote]Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem?? Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment. All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'. I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.[/p][/quote]Wrong, wrong, wrong. I will put it in simple words for you, to avoid complications: In order to be regarded as a 'Premier League Club' You need to achieve promotion from Division Two, if you can't manage to do this, you cannot be regarded as a 'Premier League Club'. A good history does not guarantee your status as a 'Premier League Club', I cite Leeds Utd and Nottingham Forest as examples, both have a rich history (More so than Blackburn) and yet neither can consider themselves a 'Premier League Club' until they achieve the holy grail of promotion from the Championship. In short, until a side gains promotion from the ChUmpionship, they will NEVER be regarded as anything other than 'Tinpot'. Unfortunately for you, this is where Blackburn now find themselves - another run-of-the-mill, ex Premier League club struggling to get out of the Second Division. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 3

4:19pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Perhaps that's why no player with any self-respect wants to join your shambles of a club.... who'd want to play in front of a stand that is slowly sinking into the river?
I hope you have a good solicitor, this nonsense was rubbished last year, I see a lawsuit on the horizon for BFC's most intelligent supporter.
On the other hand you can get splinters in yer arse from our wooden seats, lets hope they've had plenty of yacht varnish on them in close season
Answer the questions gimp:

Why did you not know that Burnley were founder members of the Football league?

Why did you mention 'YOU'D be better off signing Chris Brown' when referring to Blackburn's latest marquee signing?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Perhaps that's why no player with any self-respect wants to join your shambles of a club.... who'd want to play in front of a stand that is slowly sinking into the river?[/p][/quote]I hope you have a good solicitor, this nonsense was rubbished last year, I see a lawsuit on the horizon for BFC's most intelligent supporter. On the other hand you can get splinters in yer arse from our wooden seats, lets hope they've had plenty of yacht varnish on them in close season[/p][/quote]Answer the questions gimp: Why did you not know that Burnley were founder members of the Football league? Why did you mention 'YOU'D be better off signing Chris Brown' when referring to Blackburn's latest marquee signing? Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 2

4:23pm Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.
thats a lot of if,s
Do you mean if's?
thats still a lot of if"s
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.[/p][/quote]thats a lot of if,s[/p][/quote]Do you mean if's?[/p][/quote]thats still a lot of if"s jim 2012
  • Score: -3

4:27pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney.

I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....!
But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.
Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you?

You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages.

You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you.
ings and the rest were on 12K a week before promotion, its all open source information, and that would be source and not sore. Its no wonder Ings would drop a division, the pay is better
No they weren't, I can guarantee that the only person on £12k a week at Burnley was Jason Shackell, the rest are on sub £10k.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: We are obviously going to spend some money as we have had a £6 million bid rejected for Deeney. I would seriously be worried about us nabbing Rhodes, as it looks like we are shopping in the Championship for our strikers.....![/p][/quote]But what would be the point of losing ings and then having to bid for Rhodes? If your directors would be prepared to pay £35,000 a week or more Ings would be happy to stay, wouldn't he? And and above would be a pointless exercise. I seriously don't think that your board are heading in the direction of £35,000 a week for any player so I would think Rhodes is a no go for them.[/p][/quote]Actually, in all honesty you don't know **** do you? You don't know what Ings has been offered, you don't know what any Burnley players are on before promotion or now, and you are speculating about what our board are prepared to pay players in either transfer fees or wages. You have absolutely no idea and are just guessing aren't you.[/p][/quote]ings and the rest were on 12K a week before promotion, its all open source information, and that would be source and not sore. Its no wonder Ings would drop a division, the pay is better[/p][/quote]No they weren't, I can guarantee that the only person on £12k a week at Burnley was Jason Shackell, the rest are on sub £10k. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 1

4:31pm Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Perhaps that's why no player with any self-respect wants to join your shambles of a club.... who'd want to play in front of a stand that is slowly sinking into the river?
you need to stop with this lie
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Perhaps that's why no player with any self-respect wants to join your shambles of a club.... who'd want to play in front of a stand that is slowly sinking into the river?[/p][/quote]you need to stop with this lie jim 2012
  • Score: -3

4:40pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
You have to ask yourself this Tom...

How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley?

How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade?

It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often.

Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character.

I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures.

The facts are as follows:

We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever.

It's as simple as that Tom.
Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.
Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?
Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem??

Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment.

All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'.

I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.
You wrote "BuRNley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked"

Before a ball is kicked = now, the close season.

What happens in the close season? Players are bought and sold. Contracts are signed or rejected. Targets are selected from come the league you are in and the leagues below (if you are a Premiership club). These are the only activities that take place.

You write "demonstrate lack of ambition", there is only transfer fees, player retention and player rejection that can possibly be considered.

They are the stuff of the measure of ambition and ability to compete at this time.

You also wrote "nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club". Player retention and contract rejection,contract acceptance, transfer fees paid or not paid, where the players come from - these are all inferred.

So, that is all you could have meant.

Dyche has been interviewed and reported in this paper. In the past, because we did not have the resources, we did not have an international scouting base. Until the funds come in from life in the Premiership, we can't act. Thus we can't act now. The 16th August is only 6 weeks away. Its not the same as have a cash injection and then act, as it was for you cash injection junkies in the past. In the real world its based on earnings and when they land.

Benny McCarthy and Roque Santa Cruz came from international scouting. So, no we can't currently do that.

We will be making no changes to the ground whatsoever between now and the start of the season, other than those required by the Premiership. We don't currently have the money to do so.

This is nothing to whatsoever with ambition, or the lack of it. Its about available resources. Crucially, its about when the time they are available, when they land..

Where you are concerned, repetition is essential. You can see that is part of life for you. You come on here repeating the same "observations" over and over and over again.

In repetition, all investment depends when the money lands. When its not available you can't spend it. When it is, you can.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: You have to ask yourself this Tom... How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley? How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade? It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often. Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character. I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures. The facts are as follows: We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever. It's as simple as that Tom.[/p][/quote]Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.[/p][/quote]Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?[/p][/quote]Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem?? Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment. All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'. I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.[/p][/quote]You wrote "BuRNley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked" Before a ball is kicked = now, the close season. What happens in the close season? Players are bought and sold. Contracts are signed or rejected. Targets are selected from come the league you are in and the leagues below (if you are a Premiership club). These are the only activities that take place. You write "demonstrate lack of ambition", there is only transfer fees, player retention and player rejection that can possibly be considered. They are the stuff of the measure of ambition and ability to compete at this time. You also wrote "nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club". Player retention and contract rejection,contract acceptance, transfer fees paid or not paid, where the players come from - these are all inferred. So, that is all you could have meant. Dyche has been interviewed and reported in this paper. In the past, because we did not have the resources, we did not have an international scouting base. Until the funds come in from life in the Premiership, we can't act. Thus we can't act now. The 16th August is only 6 weeks away. Its not the same as have a cash injection and then act, as it was for you cash injection junkies in the past. In the real world its based on earnings and when they land. Benny McCarthy and Roque Santa Cruz came from international scouting. So, no we can't currently do that. We will be making no changes to the ground whatsoever between now and the start of the season, other than those required by the Premiership. We don't currently have the money to do so. This is nothing to whatsoever with ambition, or the lack of it. Its about available resources. Crucially, its about when the time they are available, when they land.. Where you are concerned, repetition is essential. You can see that is part of life for you. You come on here repeating the same "observations" over and over and over again. In repetition, all investment depends when the money lands. When its not available you can't spend it. When it is, you can. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 3

4:42pm Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move.

Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen.

Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.
Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move.
who cares what you expect
i will tell you dingles something that is not a rumour
your manager has no premier league experience
and you are still 4/7 to be relegated from premiership
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: The longer the Deeney transfer saga runs the more nervous the no-dads are getting, they know we're in the market for a Championship striker, McCormack has gone, Watford might be pricing Deeney out of a move given their financial stability, so that leaves..... penniless debt-ridden Blackburn Rovers and their prized asset Jordan Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move. Rhodes to Burnley? It could well happen. Squeaky bum time for the no-dads.[/p][/quote]Rhodes. I expect within the week the first rumours will surface regarding a move. who cares what you expect i will tell you dingles something that is not a rumour your manager has no premier league experience and you are still 4/7 to be relegated from premiership jim 2012
  • Score: -2

4:43pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Perhaps that's why no player with any self-respect wants to join your shambles of a club.... who'd want to play in front of a stand that is slowly sinking into the river?
you need to stop with this lie
Its not a lie. Its an established fact. Your ground is a gathering place for toilet people. Cash injection junkies. Your are sinking because you are what you are. Lets all laugh at Blackburn and Jim 2012.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Perhaps that's why no player with any self-respect wants to join your shambles of a club.... who'd want to play in front of a stand that is slowly sinking into the river?[/p][/quote]you need to stop with this lie[/p][/quote]Its not a lie. Its an established fact. Your ground is a gathering place for toilet people. Cash injection junkies. Your are sinking because you are what you are. Lets all laugh at Blackburn and Jim 2012. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 2

4:44pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
You have to ask yourself this Tom...

How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley?

How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade?

It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often.

Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character.

I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures.

The facts are as follows:

We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever.

It's as simple as that Tom.
Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.
Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?
Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem??

Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment.

All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'.

I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.
Wrong, wrong, wrong.

I will put it in simple words for you, to avoid complications:

In order to be regarded as a 'Premier League Club' You need to achieve promotion from Division Two, if you can't manage to do this, you cannot be regarded as a 'Premier League Club'.

A good history does not guarantee your status as a 'Premier League Club', I cite Leeds Utd and Nottingham Forest as examples, both have a rich history (More so than Blackburn) and yet neither can consider themselves a 'Premier League Club' until they achieve the holy grail of promotion from the Championship.

In short, until a side gains promotion from the ChUmpionship, they will NEVER be regarded as anything other than 'Tinpot'.

Unfortunately for you, this is where Blackburn now find themselves - another run-of-the-mill, ex Premier League club struggling to get out of the Second Division.
"Holy grail of promotion from the Championship" ??? What's that?
No the holy grail is winning the PREMIERSHIP Chucky, a wonderful feeling.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: You have to ask yourself this Tom... How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley? How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade? It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often. Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character. I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures. The facts are as follows: We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever. It's as simple as that Tom.[/p][/quote]Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.[/p][/quote]Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?[/p][/quote]Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem?? Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment. All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'. I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.[/p][/quote]Wrong, wrong, wrong. I will put it in simple words for you, to avoid complications: In order to be regarded as a 'Premier League Club' You need to achieve promotion from Division Two, if you can't manage to do this, you cannot be regarded as a 'Premier League Club'. A good history does not guarantee your status as a 'Premier League Club', I cite Leeds Utd and Nottingham Forest as examples, both have a rich history (More so than Blackburn) and yet neither can consider themselves a 'Premier League Club' until they achieve the holy grail of promotion from the Championship. In short, until a side gains promotion from the ChUmpionship, they will NEVER be regarded as anything other than 'Tinpot'. Unfortunately for you, this is where Blackburn now find themselves - another run-of-the-mill, ex Premier League club struggling to get out of the Second Division.[/p][/quote]"Holy grail of promotion from the Championship" ??? What's that? No the holy grail is winning the PREMIERSHIP Chucky, a wonderful feeling. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

4:58pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
You have to ask yourself this Tom...

How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley?

How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade?

It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often.

Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character.

I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures.

The facts are as follows:

We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever.

It's as simple as that Tom.
Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.
Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?
Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem??

Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment.

All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'.

I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.
Wrong, wrong, wrong.

I will put it in simple words for you, to avoid complications:

In order to be regarded as a 'Premier League Club' You need to achieve promotion from Division Two, if you can't manage to do this, you cannot be regarded as a 'Premier League Club'.

A good history does not guarantee your status as a 'Premier League Club', I cite Leeds Utd and Nottingham Forest as examples, both have a rich history (More so than Blackburn) and yet neither can consider themselves a 'Premier League Club' until they achieve the holy grail of promotion from the Championship.

In short, until a side gains promotion from the ChUmpionship, they will NEVER be regarded as anything other than 'Tinpot'.

Unfortunately for you, this is where Blackburn now find themselves - another run-of-the-mill, ex Premier League club struggling to get out of the Second Division.
"Holy grail of promotion from the Championship" ??? What's that?
No the holy grail is winning the PREMIERSHIP Chucky, a wonderful feeling.
It is called the Premier LEAGUE now - I know it's been a while for you lot but come on!

We won it when it was called the 'First Division'

You won it when it was called the 'Premiership'

Neither of us can win it now it's called the 'Premier League'

But at least one of us will compete in it again......can you get which club I am referring to?
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: You have to ask yourself this Tom... How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley? How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade? It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often. Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character. I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures. The facts are as follows: We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever. It's as simple as that Tom.[/p][/quote]Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.[/p][/quote]Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?[/p][/quote]Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem?? Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment. All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'. I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.[/p][/quote]Wrong, wrong, wrong. I will put it in simple words for you, to avoid complications: In order to be regarded as a 'Premier League Club' You need to achieve promotion from Division Two, if you can't manage to do this, you cannot be regarded as a 'Premier League Club'. A good history does not guarantee your status as a 'Premier League Club', I cite Leeds Utd and Nottingham Forest as examples, both have a rich history (More so than Blackburn) and yet neither can consider themselves a 'Premier League Club' until they achieve the holy grail of promotion from the Championship. In short, until a side gains promotion from the ChUmpionship, they will NEVER be regarded as anything other than 'Tinpot'. Unfortunately for you, this is where Blackburn now find themselves - another run-of-the-mill, ex Premier League club struggling to get out of the Second Division.[/p][/quote]"Holy grail of promotion from the Championship" ??? What's that? No the holy grail is winning the PREMIERSHIP Chucky, a wonderful feeling.[/p][/quote]It is called the Premier LEAGUE now - I know it's been a while for you lot but come on! We won it when it was called the 'First Division' You won it when it was called the 'Premiership' Neither of us can win it now it's called the 'Premier League' But at least one of us will compete in it again......can you get which club I am referring to? Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 2

5:09pm Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.
thats a lot of if,s
If is used when you're comparing alternatives in the absence of established fact. I was comparing alternatives. There is an absence of facts.

You're not a quick study, are you Gimp.
some facts for you to ponder
your manager has no premier league experience
and you are still 4/7 to be relegated from premiership
and now we have this If is used when you're comparing alternatives in the absence of established fact.
so that would be you just guessing then
one more thing i will ignore your nasty little insult
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.[/p][/quote]thats a lot of if,s[/p][/quote]If is used when you're comparing alternatives in the absence of established fact. I was comparing alternatives. There is an absence of facts. You're not a quick study, are you Gimp.[/p][/quote]some facts for you to ponder your manager has no premier league experience and you are still 4/7 to be relegated from premiership and now we have this If is used when you're comparing alternatives in the absence of established fact. so that would be you just guessing then one more thing i will ignore your nasty little insult jim 2012
  • Score: -7

5:14pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Claretcert says...

I wonder how long it will be before the Blackburn trolls realise how naff this PL two decades past title thing is? An achievement fair enough, but since then what? Just gentle decline really. Are they nearer winning it now tgan in 96? Closer in 2000 or 2012? All it shows really is that time=decline at Ewood. It only means anything if you use it against Burnley. Their imaginary rivals Man Utd would just laugh? How long ago? How many times? How many clubs have won the PL title? So Blackburn are superior to all those who haven't despite the gap of a division and obvious decline. Nice reminder 1994 -,wow that's some fall
I wonder how long it will be before the Blackburn trolls realise how naff this PL two decades past title thing is? An achievement fair enough, but since then what? Just gentle decline really. Are they nearer winning it now tgan in 96? Closer in 2000 or 2012? All it shows really is that time=decline at Ewood. It only means anything if you use it against Burnley. Their imaginary rivals Man Utd would just laugh? How long ago? How many times? How many clubs have won the PL title? So Blackburn are superior to all those who haven't despite the gap of a division and obvious decline. Nice reminder 1994 -,wow that's some fall Claretcert
  • Score: 0

5:19pm Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
You have to ask yourself this Tom...

How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley?

How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade?

It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often.

Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character.

I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures.

The facts are as follows:

We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever.

It's as simple as that Tom.
Don't let your mind wander -- it's too little to be let out alone.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: You have to ask yourself this Tom... How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley? How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade? It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often. Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character. I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures. The facts are as follows: We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever. It's as simple as that Tom.[/p][/quote]Don't let your mind wander -- it's too little to be let out alone. jim 2012
  • Score: 0

5:22pm Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
You have to ask yourself this Tom...

How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley?

How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade?

It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often.

Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character.

I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures.

The facts are as follows:

We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever.

It's as simple as that Tom.
Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.
Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?
Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem??

Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment.

All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'.

I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.
Wrong, wrong, wrong.

I will put it in simple words for you, to avoid complications:

In order to be regarded as a 'Premier League Club' You need to achieve promotion from Division Two, if you can't manage to do this, you cannot be regarded as a 'Premier League Club'.

A good history does not guarantee your status as a 'Premier League Club', I cite Leeds Utd and Nottingham Forest as examples, both have a rich history (More so than Blackburn) and yet neither can consider themselves a 'Premier League Club' until they achieve the holy grail of promotion from the Championship.

In short, until a side gains promotion from the ChUmpionship, they will NEVER be regarded as anything other than 'Tinpot'.

Unfortunately for you, this is where Blackburn now find themselves - another run-of-the-mill, ex Premier League club struggling to get out of the Second Division.
"Holy grail of promotion from the Championship" ??? What's that?
No the holy grail is winning the PREMIERSHIP Chucky, a wonderful feeling.
You are such a smart-arse, I bet you could sit on a tub of ice cream and tell me what flavour it is.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: You have to ask yourself this Tom... How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley? How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade? It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often. Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character. I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures. The facts are as follows: We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever. It's as simple as that Tom.[/p][/quote]Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.[/p][/quote]Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?[/p][/quote]Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem?? Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment. All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'. I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.[/p][/quote]Wrong, wrong, wrong. I will put it in simple words for you, to avoid complications: In order to be regarded as a 'Premier League Club' You need to achieve promotion from Division Two, if you can't manage to do this, you cannot be regarded as a 'Premier League Club'. A good history does not guarantee your status as a 'Premier League Club', I cite Leeds Utd and Nottingham Forest as examples, both have a rich history (More so than Blackburn) and yet neither can consider themselves a 'Premier League Club' until they achieve the holy grail of promotion from the Championship. In short, until a side gains promotion from the ChUmpionship, they will NEVER be regarded as anything other than 'Tinpot'. Unfortunately for you, this is where Blackburn now find themselves - another run-of-the-mill, ex Premier League club struggling to get out of the Second Division.[/p][/quote]"Holy grail of promotion from the Championship" ??? What's that? No the holy grail is winning the PREMIERSHIP Chucky, a wonderful feeling.[/p][/quote]You are such a smart-arse, I bet you could sit on a tub of ice cream and tell me what flavour it is. jim 2012
  • Score: -5

5:24pm Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
You have to ask yourself this Tom...

How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley?

How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade?

It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often.

Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character.

I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures.

The facts are as follows:

We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever.

It's as simple as that Tom.
Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.
Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?
Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem??

Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment.

All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'.

I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.
Wrong, wrong, wrong.

I will put it in simple words for you, to avoid complications:

In order to be regarded as a 'Premier League Club' You need to achieve promotion from Division Two, if you can't manage to do this, you cannot be regarded as a 'Premier League Club'.

A good history does not guarantee your status as a 'Premier League Club', I cite Leeds Utd and Nottingham Forest as examples, both have a rich history (More so than Blackburn) and yet neither can consider themselves a 'Premier League Club' until they achieve the holy grail of promotion from the Championship.

In short, until a side gains promotion from the ChUmpionship, they will NEVER be regarded as anything other than 'Tinpot'.

Unfortunately for you, this is where Blackburn now find themselves - another run-of-the-mill, ex Premier League club struggling to get out of the Second Division.
"Holy grail of promotion from the Championship" ??? What's that?
No the holy grail is winning the PREMIERSHIP Chucky, a wonderful feeling.
It is called the Premier LEAGUE now - I know it's been a while for you lot but come on!

We won it when it was called the 'First Division'

You won it when it was called the 'Premiership'

Neither of us can win it now it's called the 'Premier League'

But at least one of us will compete in it again......can you get which club I am referring to?
You are such a smart-arse, I bet you could sit on a tub of ice cream and tell me what flavour it is.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: You have to ask yourself this Tom... How low have things got for you when you have to continually insist on inventing these fake on-line persona's to vent your anger and hatred of all things Burnley? How desperate have you to be to repeatedly switch accounts between TurfMoorTom and AnotherPounding all day, every day until which point one or both of said accounts is finally banned (as per FakeVilla, BubblePopFC, etc), whereupon you'll simply reinvent yourself under some other pathetic anti-Burnley pseudonym to continue your personal crusade? It's laughable to see you falling over yourself so often in your desperate attempts at account switching to back up your own pathetic and one-sided arguments but now that things are slipping from your grasp and the fall of Blackburn Rovers is picking up pace, the mistakes are creeping in more often. Of late you have been battered across these message boards day in and day out by each and every Claret who has shown pity and engaged with you. You have shown yourself up for a complete fool with your lack of knowledge concerning general football history in particular that which relates you "your" team, and your embarrassing attempts to back track bring shame upon an already shameful character. I don't expect you to stop but please try to switch accounts at the right times and get your lines right because it's getting rather boring and a tad repetitive having to point out your failures. The facts are as follows: We (Burnley FC) beat you (Blackburn Rovers) on your own patch and in the process we (Burnley FC) succeeded in not only achieving an incredible automatic promotion to the Premier League but also ensured that you (Blackburn Rovers) failed to reach the absolute minimum expectation of a top six finish and therefore we (Burnley FC) are responsible for you (Blackburn Rovers) staying down forever. It's as simple as that Tom.[/p][/quote]Long post, all wasted as I simply don't switch accounts and the only thing that has taken a battering is your excuse for a professional football club. Your thrashing around in the dark is the only cause of laughter. Meanwhile, back on a football related matter, Bumley continue to demonstrate their lack of ambition and absolute inability to compete before even a ball is kicked. Ing's still hasn't signed, but then even if he does it won't change anything - nothing has been improved or strengthened in any part of the club when it was radically required. Oh deary me.[/p][/quote]Hello befuddled one. Why do you measure a clubs ambition through the two prisms, the size of fee and/or whether the player comes from the Championship instead of the Premiership? Odd that. Is it a feed-back from the Rovers' fans collective and individual neurosis of "big cash injection" and "big cash spending"?[/p][/quote]Bit of a freudian slip there me thinks Nobby. Please point me to where I state size of fee or Championship/Prem?? Where did Tugay come from and for how much was he initially worth? When his value was realised by Rovers, was his contract improved or did we stall and let him go like Ings might. What's your international scouting like and why was no one at the World Cup (other than your Director who had to scrounge a flag)? Could you manage to unearth and develop someone like Benni McCarthy or Roque Santa Cruz? Going back a while, maybe someone ike Henning Berg - when Rovers supposedly 'bought' the Championship. What improvements, other than legislative essentials are you making to your ground? At some stage you see, if you have ambition you need to show it in so many ways and Bumley come up short on every one and that's possibly why you're being continually rebuffed by your chosen transfer targets. The fact that they are from lower leagues is just a source of extra embarrassment. All these things are what demonstrate true ambition and class. Bumley have none and that is why Bumley will never be regarded as a 'Premier League club'. I hope this fully answers your question and resolves any assumptions you introduced.[/p][/quote]Wrong, wrong, wrong. I will put it in simple words for you, to avoid complications: In order to be regarded as a 'Premier League Club' You need to achieve promotion from Division Two, if you can't manage to do this, you cannot be regarded as a 'Premier League Club'. A good history does not guarantee your status as a 'Premier League Club', I cite Leeds Utd and Nottingham Forest as examples, both have a rich history (More so than Blackburn) and yet neither can consider themselves a 'Premier League Club' until they achieve the holy grail of promotion from the Championship. In short, until a side gains promotion from the ChUmpionship, they will NEVER be regarded as anything other than 'Tinpot'. Unfortunately for you, this is where Blackburn now find themselves - another run-of-the-mill, ex Premier League club struggling to get out of the Second Division.[/p][/quote]"Holy grail of promotion from the Championship" ??? What's that? No the holy grail is winning the PREMIERSHIP Chucky, a wonderful feeling.[/p][/quote]It is called the Premier LEAGUE now - I know it's been a while for you lot but come on! We won it when it was called the 'First Division' You won it when it was called the 'Premiership' Neither of us can win it now it's called the 'Premier League' But at least one of us will compete in it again......can you get which club I am referring to?[/p][/quote]You are such a smart-arse, I bet you could sit on a tub of ice cream and tell me what flavour it is. jim 2012
  • Score: -6

5:54pm Wed 9 Jul 14

stevieclaret says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Just back from pre season training, it was like watching the chuckle brothers. We need some quality fast, what about yon midfielder from wigan, surely we can sign somebody from the pie munchers, might be an idea to start scouring the lower leagues
Like your team are!
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Just back from pre season training, it was like watching the chuckle brothers. We need some quality fast, what about yon midfielder from wigan, surely we can sign somebody from the pie munchers, might be an idea to start scouring the lower leagues[/p][/quote]Like your team are! stevieclaret
  • Score: 3

6:07pm Wed 9 Jul 14

eddio says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not.

He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche
I think it's quite important to highlight the disparity between what is commonplace elsewhere and what the directors of Bumley FC are trying to get away with. Perhaps she's got some inside info from her friend Ings and he's frustrated with the lack of quality additions. If so she seems to give a more worthwhile contribution than sticking her head in the sand like your good self.

You're also wrong on the issue being whether he wants to play in the Prem - the issue here is does he want to play for Bumley? The answer, like Bryson, Baird and Stanislas is seemingly no.
This is how easy it is to disprove you now:

Bryson = We weren't about to offer a 28 year old a five year deal for £25k a week - only stupid clubs do that like Blackburn and Derby.

Baird - Wanted to be nearer his young family and West Bromwich is 140 miles nearer which is why he has moved there.

Stanislas - started less than 10 games all season in the Chumpionship so left to get more game time and a longer contract at Bournemouth rather than not get selected in the Premier League.

It's like shooting fish in a barrel disproving you gimpboy, have you switched usernames because of the beating that Another Pounding is getting?

Bless.
Well you've certainly convinced yourself there, Chuckyegg. All must be well with the World?
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now. So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not. He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche[/p][/quote]I think it's quite important to highlight the disparity between what is commonplace elsewhere and what the directors of Bumley FC are trying to get away with. Perhaps she's got some inside info from her friend Ings and he's frustrated with the lack of quality additions. If so she seems to give a more worthwhile contribution than sticking her head in the sand like your good self. You're also wrong on the issue being whether he wants to play in the Prem - the issue here is does he want to play for Bumley? The answer, like Bryson, Baird and Stanislas is seemingly no.[/p][/quote]This is how easy it is to disprove you now: Bryson = We weren't about to offer a 28 year old a five year deal for £25k a week - only stupid clubs do that like Blackburn and Derby. Baird - Wanted to be nearer his young family and West Bromwich is 140 miles nearer which is why he has moved there. Stanislas - started less than 10 games all season in the Chumpionship so left to get more game time and a longer contract at Bournemouth rather than not get selected in the Premier League. It's like shooting fish in a barrel disproving you gimpboy, have you switched usernames because of the beating that Another Pounding is getting? Bless.[/p][/quote]Well you've certainly convinced yourself there, Chuckyegg. All must be well with the World? eddio
  • Score: -4

6:11pm Wed 9 Jul 14

eddio says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.
Gotta disagree there Rob, look up told me that its all over twitter, Ings has just renewed his broadband subscription in Clitheroe last Friday, which means he must have signed a new deal on Monday but is keeping the surprise a secret
More sarcasm. More detrimental stuff swivelled into the supposed positive. You've not done this before. You continually surprise us. How does one keep up?
Try Viagra if you're struggling pal.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.[/p][/quote]Gotta disagree there Rob, look up told me that its all over twitter, Ings has just renewed his broadband subscription in Clitheroe last Friday, which means he must have signed a new deal on Monday but is keeping the surprise a secret[/p][/quote]More sarcasm. More detrimental stuff swivelled into the supposed positive. You've not done this before. You continually surprise us. How does one keep up?[/p][/quote]Try Viagra if you're struggling pal. eddio
  • Score: -6

8:50pm Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Swansea have made a bid in excess of £5m for Watford striker Troy Deeney,
Swansea have made a bid in excess of £5m for Watford striker Troy Deeney, jim 2012
  • Score: -9

8:59pm Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
The Riverside stand at Ewood Park has already hit the headlines this summer amid reports condemning the stand as unsafe due to potential subsidence issues. Venky's have refused to comment. All very suspect if you ask me.
SAFETY inspectors and Blackburn Rovers have moved swiftly to squash rumours that Ewood Park’s Riverside Stand will be closed next season
Fans on Facebook and other social media suggested the structure had failed its safety inspections and would have to shut.
Other rumours quickly swept the internet that the 4,000-seater stand would have to be replaced if the club was promoted to the Premiership, had only just met strict standards and was slowly subsiding into the adjacent River Darwen.
the safety certificates for Ewood Park, and the Sport Grounds Safety The Lancashire Telegraph contacted the club, the council which issuesAuthority (SGSA) which oversees the inspection and certification procedure.
They were all quick to rebut the claims.

A borough council spokesman said “The council can confirm that the club still holds a safety certificate after the ground passed its annual safety inspection six months ago.

“The council and the club regularly meet to ensure the safety of Ewood Park, and at the last such meeting held in March no concerns were raised.”

A Rovers spokesman said: “The rumours are totally unfounded and the Riverside stand will be open as normal next season.”
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: The Riverside stand at Ewood Park has already hit the headlines this summer amid reports condemning the stand as unsafe due to potential subsidence issues. Venky's have refused to comment. All very suspect if you ask me.[/p][/quote]SAFETY inspectors and Blackburn Rovers have moved swiftly to squash rumours that Ewood Park’s Riverside Stand will be closed next season Fans on Facebook and other social media suggested the structure had failed its safety inspections and would have to shut. Other rumours quickly swept the internet that the 4,000-seater stand would have to be replaced if the club was promoted to the Premiership, had only just met strict standards and was slowly subsiding into the adjacent River Darwen. the safety certificates for Ewood Park, and the Sport Grounds Safety The Lancashire Telegraph contacted the club, the council which issuesAuthority (SGSA) which oversees the inspection and certification procedure. They were all quick to rebut the claims. A borough council spokesman said “The council can confirm that the club still holds a safety certificate after the ground passed its annual safety inspection six months ago. “The council and the club regularly meet to ensure the safety of Ewood Park, and at the last such meeting held in March no concerns were raised.” A Rovers spokesman said: “The rumours are totally unfounded and the Riverside stand will be open as normal next season.” jim 2012
  • Score: -6

10:00pm Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Swansea have made a bid in excess of £5m for Watford striker Troy Deeney,
Swansea have made a bid in excess of £5m for Watford striker Troy Deeney, jim 2012
  • Score: -6

10:29pm Wed 9 Jul 14

soulboy1 says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not.

He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche
You leave Suzanne alone you bully.
13000 season ticket holders trying to suck the next signing into turf moor is hilarious to watch, same tactic to be used against Chelsea when trying to get the ball in the net, total embarrassment. We have players falling over one another to get out that would sooner play in the championship like Bryson, Baird, Stanislas and even Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week
Players falling over themselves to get out........... Tell me Mr. smart Arse, when was Bryson ever a Burnley player? How could he possibly be falling over himself to get out when he was never here in the first place? Oh dear the ignorant muppet from down the road gets it totally wrong AGAIN. Must be time for your warm milky drink and morning nap before your carer arrives to change your incontinence pad. Perhaps your carer could start putting the incontinence pad over your mouth, as everything that comes out of there is pure unadulterated s**t
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: What an absolute non-story. Suzanne Geldard you are scraping the bottom of the barrel now. So what if McCormack has been sold for £11 million? Tha. It all depends whether or not Deeney wants to play Premier League football or not. He isn't worth £11 million, so if that' what Watford want then pull the plug Dyche[/p][/quote]You leave Suzanne alone you bully. 13000 season ticket holders trying to suck the next signing into turf moor is hilarious to watch, same tactic to be used against Chelsea when trying to get the ball in the net, total embarrassment. We have players falling over one another to get out that would sooner play in the championship like Bryson, Baird, Stanislas and even Ings taking note of whats on offer at Norwich, 50k a week[/p][/quote]Players falling over themselves to get out........... Tell me Mr. smart Arse, when was Bryson ever a Burnley player? How could he possibly be falling over himself to get out when he was never here in the first place? Oh dear the ignorant muppet from down the road gets it totally wrong AGAIN. Must be time for your warm milky drink and morning nap before your carer arrives to change your incontinence pad. Perhaps your carer could start putting the incontinence pad over your mouth, as everything that comes out of there is pure unadulterated s**t soulboy1
  • Score: 7

3:13am Thu 10 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.
thats a lot of if,s
If is used when you're comparing alternatives in the absence of established fact. I was comparing alternatives. There is an absence of facts.

You're not a quick study, are you Gimp.
definition of gimp- noun
1.twisted silk, worsted, or cotton with cord or wire running through it,
used chiefly as upholstery trimming.
2. fishing line made of silk bound with wire.
you need to work on your dingle book of insults











twisted silk, worsted, or cotton with cord or wire running through it, used chiefly as upholstery trimming.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: Burnley has four strikers in the first team squad. Ashley Barnes, Marvin Sordell, Sam Vokes and Danny Ings. They don't need a fifth. I think he is a replacement for Ings. Sorry to write that folks. Ings has a year to go in his contract. We get more for him now than if we sell him in the January window, or release him free in July 2015. If he doesn't sign the contract extension in front of him, he'll be playing Premiership football whilst taking home Championship wages. From Ings point of view that's a non-runner. He either signs no or goes now. Our pursuit of Deeney is an ongoing barometer of the Ings position. If we formally back out, Ings is signing. If we pursue and sign, Ings is going.[/p][/quote]thats a lot of if,s[/p][/quote]If is used when you're comparing alternatives in the absence of established fact. I was comparing alternatives. There is an absence of facts. You're not a quick study, are you Gimp.[/p][/quote]definition of gimp- noun 1.twisted silk, worsted, or cotton with cord or wire running through it, used chiefly as upholstery trimming. 2. fishing line made of silk bound with wire. you need to work on your dingle book of insults twisted silk, worsted, or cotton with cord or wire running through it, used chiefly as upholstery trimming. jim 2012
  • Score: -4
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