Arfield pens extended contract as Clarets look at Jutkiewicz

This Is Lancashire: Scott Arfield Scott Arfield

BURNLEY midfielder Scott Arfield has been rewarded for his part in promotion with a new three-year deal at Turf Moor.

The 25-year-old was a big influence in helping the Clarets earn a place in the Premier League with nine goals from his 49 league and cup games in his first season with the club.

Arfield initially arrived on trial in pre-season last summer after leaving Huddersfield Town on a free transfer.

But it did not take the former Falkirk man long to earn a two-year deal and become a first team regular, playing out wide. His positive impact has led to manager Sean Dyche securing the Scot on a contract until the summer of 2017.

“We had a great year last season and this is a club going in the right direction so I’m made up to be a part of that,” Arfield said after signing his new deal.

“I’m delighted to have extended my deal with the club as this is where I want to be playing my football under this management.

“I felt like I was getting back to my best last season and a massive factor behind that was because I was enjoying my football and I felt I could go out and express myself."

And Arfield is confident the Clarets can use the momentum from last season’s success to help them in the top flight.

“We’ve got a great bunch of lads and there is a real togetherness in the squad, with everyone pulling in the same direction,” he said.

“Obviously it is going to be a tough season ahead but if we stick together and work as hard as we did last year then I think we can have a successful season.”

Arfield’s contract news follows on from right back Kieran Trippier penning an extension in the summer and striker Sam Vokes also agreeing a new deal before the end of last season.

Dyche, who has made five summer signings so far, is looking to further strengthen his squad, with Lukas Jutkiewicz thought to be his latest target.

The Middlesbrough striker is wanted by Bolton Wanderers after a successful four-month loan spell at the Reebok Stadium last season, but Burnley are understood to be preparing to hijack the bid with a £1.5million offer.

That figure should be enough to persuade Boro to sell, and it is unlikely that it would be matched by cash-strapped Bolton, although Jutkiewicz has also been the subject of interest from Derby County and Wolves.

Meanwhile, Swansea are reported to have bid in excess of £5million for Watford striker Troy Deeney.

The Clarets had a £5m-plus bid rejected by the Hornets last week.

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9:30am Thu 10 Jul 14

jack01 says...

So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford.

Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of.

At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney.

Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?
So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford. Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of. At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney. Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving? jack01
  • Score: -6

9:34am Thu 10 Jul 14

claret777 says...

Watford have come out and stated that there has been NO bid from Swansea for Deeney.
Watford have come out and stated that there has been NO bid from Swansea for Deeney. claret777
  • Score: 2

9:36am Thu 10 Jul 14

Rovertheedge says...

Its not looking good, attention has now turned to another championship player!

Jutkiewicz is a decent replacement for Ings though
Its not looking good, attention has now turned to another championship player! Jutkiewicz is a decent replacement for Ings though Rovertheedge
  • Score: -6

9:40am Thu 10 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

jack01 wrote:
So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford.

Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of.

At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney.

Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?
Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m.

This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford. Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of. At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney. Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?[/p][/quote]Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m. This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 9

9:40am Thu 10 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

jack01 wrote:
So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford.

Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of.

At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney.

Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?
Vokes is out until Christmas you Burnley-obsessed simpleton.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford. Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of. At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney. Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?[/p][/quote]Vokes is out until Christmas you Burnley-obsessed simpleton. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 9

9:51am Thu 10 Jul 14

jack01 says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
jack01 wrote:
So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford.

Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of.

At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney.

Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?
Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m.

This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we.
Burnley have been a loss making football club regularly for the last 8 years, and were on the brink of a transfer embargo in 2009 until Coyle landed you a shock promotion. Hardly living within your means is it?

Burnley fans have been going on and on about all this money the club has got for getting to the Premier League, yet seemingly cannot lure players away from Championship clubs. See Deeney and Bryson for examples.

Ings isn't worth £6m - £12m. He has only ever had one good Championship season, he only has 12 months to run on his deal and his salary will be that of a lower end Championship player. Like what happened with Charlie Austin, he'll probably go for £4m maximum.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford. Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of. At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney. Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?[/p][/quote]Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m. This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we.[/p][/quote]Burnley have been a loss making football club regularly for the last 8 years, and were on the brink of a transfer embargo in 2009 until Coyle landed you a shock promotion. Hardly living within your means is it? Burnley fans have been going on and on about all this money the club has got for getting to the Premier League, yet seemingly cannot lure players away from Championship clubs. See Deeney and Bryson for examples. Ings isn't worth £6m - £12m. He has only ever had one good Championship season, he only has 12 months to run on his deal and his salary will be that of a lower end Championship player. Like what happened with Charlie Austin, he'll probably go for £4m maximum. jack01
  • Score: -7

9:54am Thu 10 Jul 14

eddio says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
jack01 wrote:
So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford.

Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of.

At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney.

Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?
Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m.

This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we.
Whoa! shock, horror! Wet Rob has actually written a sensible response?
" oh the times they are a'changin"
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford. Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of. At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney. Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?[/p][/quote]Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m. This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we.[/p][/quote]Whoa! shock, horror! Wet Rob has actually written a sensible response? " oh the times they are a'changin" eddio
  • Score: -5

10:01am Thu 10 Jul 14

Rovertheedge says...

Ings worth 6-12 million!

One year remaining on a contract and one good season

Get real
Ings worth 6-12 million! One year remaining on a contract and one good season Get real Rovertheedge
  • Score: -2

10:10am Thu 10 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
Ings worth 6-12 million!

One year remaining on a contract and one good season

Get real
If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that.

He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland).

Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Ings worth 6-12 million! One year remaining on a contract and one good season Get real[/p][/quote]If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that. He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland). Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 7

10:12am Thu 10 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

jack01 wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
jack01 wrote:
So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford.

Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of.

At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney.

Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?
Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m.

This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we.
Burnley have been a loss making football club regularly for the last 8 years, and were on the brink of a transfer embargo in 2009 until Coyle landed you a shock promotion. Hardly living within your means is it?

Burnley fans have been going on and on about all this money the club has got for getting to the Premier League, yet seemingly cannot lure players away from Championship clubs. See Deeney and Bryson for examples.

Ings isn't worth £6m - £12m. He has only ever had one good Championship season, he only has 12 months to run on his deal and his salary will be that of a lower end Championship player. Like what happened with Charlie Austin, he'll probably go for £4m maximum.
Living within your means is defined, by the Football League and Premiership current Fiscal Code of Conduct as "borrowing and spending money covered by current and future assets, where the future assets are valued and identified as existing and achievable". Burnley's borrowing fell into that category. Last sea on Burnley made a "small operation profit", under £100,000 and that excluded the sale of Austin. We don't know what Ings will go for, and that "we" includes you.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford. Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of. At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney. Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?[/p][/quote]Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m. This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we.[/p][/quote]Burnley have been a loss making football club regularly for the last 8 years, and were on the brink of a transfer embargo in 2009 until Coyle landed you a shock promotion. Hardly living within your means is it? Burnley fans have been going on and on about all this money the club has got for getting to the Premier League, yet seemingly cannot lure players away from Championship clubs. See Deeney and Bryson for examples. Ings isn't worth £6m - £12m. He has only ever had one good Championship season, he only has 12 months to run on his deal and his salary will be that of a lower end Championship player. Like what happened with Charlie Austin, he'll probably go for £4m maximum.[/p][/quote]Living within your means is defined, by the Football League and Premiership current Fiscal Code of Conduct as "borrowing and spending money covered by current and future assets, where the future assets are valued and identified as existing and achievable". Burnley's borrowing fell into that category. Last sea on Burnley made a "small operation profit", under £100,000 and that excluded the sale of Austin. We don't know what Ings will go for, and that "we" includes you. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 2

10:30am Thu 10 Jul 14

Rovertheedge says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Ings worth 6-12 million!

One year remaining on a contract and one good season

Get real
If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that.

He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland).

Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.
but Rhodes has scored many goals for 3-4 seasons now and has 3 years remaining on his contract & is a FULL international.

Is Ings a FULL international??? I think not little Chucky boy
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Ings worth 6-12 million! One year remaining on a contract and one good season Get real[/p][/quote]If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that. He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland). Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.[/p][/quote]but Rhodes has scored many goals for 3-4 seasons now and has 3 years remaining on his contract & is a FULL international. Is Ings a FULL international??? I think not little Chucky boy Rovertheedge
  • Score: -10

10:37am Thu 10 Jul 14

jack01 says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
jack01 wrote:
So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford.

Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of.

At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney.

Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?
Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m.

This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we.
Burnley have been a loss making football club regularly for the last 8 years, and were on the brink of a transfer embargo in 2009 until Coyle landed you a shock promotion. Hardly living within your means is it?

Burnley fans have been going on and on about all this money the club has got for getting to the Premier League, yet seemingly cannot lure players away from Championship clubs. See Deeney and Bryson for examples.

Ings isn't worth £6m - £12m. He has only ever had one good Championship season, he only has 12 months to run on his deal and his salary will be that of a lower end Championship player. Like what happened with Charlie Austin, he'll probably go for £4m maximum.
Living within your means is defined, by the Football League and Premiership current Fiscal Code of Conduct as "borrowing and spending money covered by current and future assets, where the future assets are valued and identified as existing and achievable". Burnley's borrowing fell into that category. Last sea on Burnley made a "small operation profit", under £100,000 and that excluded the sale of Austin. We don't know what Ings will go for, and that "we" includes you.
Last published accounts Burnley made a loss of circa £8 million. Obviously that won't be the case this season with a surprise promotion helping to pay the bills, but in the event of a return to the Championship even when armed with parachute money like last time Burnley still lost money.

If the Football League consider living within your means as 'borrowing and spending money covered by future assets' then I think that sums them up nicely.

You lot can keep telling yourselves that Ings is worth more than Rhodes. The contractual reality is that he isn't, and the coming 6 months will probably prove that.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford. Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of. At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney. Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?[/p][/quote]Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m. This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we.[/p][/quote]Burnley have been a loss making football club regularly for the last 8 years, and were on the brink of a transfer embargo in 2009 until Coyle landed you a shock promotion. Hardly living within your means is it? Burnley fans have been going on and on about all this money the club has got for getting to the Premier League, yet seemingly cannot lure players away from Championship clubs. See Deeney and Bryson for examples. Ings isn't worth £6m - £12m. He has only ever had one good Championship season, he only has 12 months to run on his deal and his salary will be that of a lower end Championship player. Like what happened with Charlie Austin, he'll probably go for £4m maximum.[/p][/quote]Living within your means is defined, by the Football League and Premiership current Fiscal Code of Conduct as "borrowing and spending money covered by current and future assets, where the future assets are valued and identified as existing and achievable". Burnley's borrowing fell into that category. Last sea on Burnley made a "small operation profit", under £100,000 and that excluded the sale of Austin. We don't know what Ings will go for, and that "we" includes you.[/p][/quote]Last published accounts Burnley made a loss of circa £8 million. Obviously that won't be the case this season with a surprise promotion helping to pay the bills, but in the event of a return to the Championship even when armed with parachute money like last time Burnley still lost money. If the Football League consider living within your means as 'borrowing and spending money covered by future assets' then I think that sums them up nicely. You lot can keep telling yourselves that Ings is worth more than Rhodes. The contractual reality is that he isn't, and the coming 6 months will probably prove that. jack01
  • Score: -7

10:41am Thu 10 Jul 14

kfc yummy says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Ings worth 6-12 million!

One year remaining on a contract and one good season

Get real
If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that.

He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland).

Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.
but Rhodes has scored many goals for 3-4 seasons now and has 3 years remaining on his contract & is a FULL international.

Is Ings a FULL international??? I think not little Chucky boy
You again Barry fake. How many logins you got.
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Ings worth 6-12 million! One year remaining on a contract and one good season Get real[/p][/quote]If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that. He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland). Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.[/p][/quote]but Rhodes has scored many goals for 3-4 seasons now and has 3 years remaining on his contract & is a FULL international. Is Ings a FULL international??? I think not little Chucky boy[/p][/quote]You again Barry fake. How many logins you got. kfc yummy
  • Score: 10

11:02am Thu 10 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Ings worth 6-12 million!

One year remaining on a contract and one good season

Get real
If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that.

He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland).

Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.
but Rhodes has scored many goals for 3-4 seasons now and has 3 years remaining on his contract & is a FULL international.

Is Ings a FULL international??? I think not little Chucky boy
Is Ings a Premier League player?

Has Rhodes been dropped from possibly the worst Scottish side in living memory?

Rhodes has scored a lot of goals agreed, but Ings was the all round better player as was proved by his peers when he was voted as THE BEST player in the entire division.

Worth is a relative term anyway - they are both worth what someone is willing to pay.
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Ings worth 6-12 million! One year remaining on a contract and one good season Get real[/p][/quote]If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that. He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland). Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.[/p][/quote]but Rhodes has scored many goals for 3-4 seasons now and has 3 years remaining on his contract & is a FULL international. Is Ings a FULL international??? I think not little Chucky boy[/p][/quote]Is Ings a Premier League player? Has Rhodes been dropped from possibly the worst Scottish side in living memory? Rhodes has scored a lot of goals agreed, but Ings was the all round better player as was proved by his peers when he was voted as THE BEST player in the entire division. Worth is a relative term anyway - they are both worth what someone is willing to pay. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 2

11:13am Thu 10 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

jack01 wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
jack01 wrote:
So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford.

Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of.

At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney.

Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?
Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m.

This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we.
Burnley have been a loss making football club regularly for the last 8 years, and were on the brink of a transfer embargo in 2009 until Coyle landed you a shock promotion. Hardly living within your means is it?

Burnley fans have been going on and on about all this money the club has got for getting to the Premier League, yet seemingly cannot lure players away from Championship clubs. See Deeney and Bryson for examples.

Ings isn't worth £6m - £12m. He has only ever had one good Championship season, he only has 12 months to run on his deal and his salary will be that of a lower end Championship player. Like what happened with Charlie Austin, he'll probably go for £4m maximum.
Living within your means is defined, by the Football League and Premiership current Fiscal Code of Conduct as "borrowing and spending money covered by current and future assets, where the future assets are valued and identified as existing and achievable". Burnley's borrowing fell into that category. Last sea on Burnley made a "small operation profit", under £100,000 and that excluded the sale of Austin. We don't know what Ings will go for, and that "we" includes you.
Last published accounts Burnley made a loss of circa £8 million. Obviously that won't be the case this season with a surprise promotion helping to pay the bills, but in the event of a return to the Championship even when armed with parachute money like last time Burnley still lost money.

If the Football League consider living within your means as 'borrowing and spending money covered by future assets' then I think that sums them up nicely.

You lot can keep telling yourselves that Ings is worth more than Rhodes. The contractual reality is that he isn't, and the coming 6 months will probably prove that.
Jack01, I don't honestly know whether Rhodes or Ings is the most valuable player. If I may say I have claimed that he is. The last published accounts do indeed show Burnley making a loss of £8m. Those accounts covered the period to August 2013. The Burnley Chairmen announced in February that the club's operational base was now running at a "small profit" and that they had turned matters around. It was a public announcement at the shareholders meeting. It was an item run here in the Blackburn-focused Telegraph.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford. Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of. At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney. Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?[/p][/quote]Well they bought Andy Grey for £200K and sold him for £2m, bought Austin for £1m and sold him for £4m and raised Jay Rod through the ranks and sold him for £7m. Ings cost £900K and is worth somewhere between £6m and £12m. This is the sort of thing you have to do when you've to live within your means. The difficulty with winning promotion on sod-all, the Premiership wind-fall isn't in the bank at the start of the season , it accumulates during the season with 50% payable at the end of the season. So, sadly we don't have £120m to spend now do we.[/p][/quote]Burnley have been a loss making football club regularly for the last 8 years, and were on the brink of a transfer embargo in 2009 until Coyle landed you a shock promotion. Hardly living within your means is it? Burnley fans have been going on and on about all this money the club has got for getting to the Premier League, yet seemingly cannot lure players away from Championship clubs. See Deeney and Bryson for examples. Ings isn't worth £6m - £12m. He has only ever had one good Championship season, he only has 12 months to run on his deal and his salary will be that of a lower end Championship player. Like what happened with Charlie Austin, he'll probably go for £4m maximum.[/p][/quote]Living within your means is defined, by the Football League and Premiership current Fiscal Code of Conduct as "borrowing and spending money covered by current and future assets, where the future assets are valued and identified as existing and achievable". Burnley's borrowing fell into that category. Last sea on Burnley made a "small operation profit", under £100,000 and that excluded the sale of Austin. We don't know what Ings will go for, and that "we" includes you.[/p][/quote]Last published accounts Burnley made a loss of circa £8 million. Obviously that won't be the case this season with a surprise promotion helping to pay the bills, but in the event of a return to the Championship even when armed with parachute money like last time Burnley still lost money. If the Football League consider living within your means as 'borrowing and spending money covered by future assets' then I think that sums them up nicely. You lot can keep telling yourselves that Ings is worth more than Rhodes. The contractual reality is that he isn't, and the coming 6 months will probably prove that.[/p][/quote]Jack01, I don't honestly know whether Rhodes or Ings is the most valuable player. If I may say I have claimed that he is. The last published accounts do indeed show Burnley making a loss of £8m. Those accounts covered the period to August 2013. The Burnley Chairmen announced in February that the club's operational base was now running at a "small profit" and that they had turned matters around. It was a public announcement at the shareholders meeting. It was an item run here in the Blackburn-focused Telegraph. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 2

11:23am Thu 10 Jul 14

Rovertheedge says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Ings worth 6-12 million!

One year remaining on a contract and one good season

Get real
If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that.

He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland).

Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.
but Rhodes has scored many goals for 3-4 seasons now and has 3 years remaining on his contract & is a FULL international.

Is Ings a FULL international??? I think not little Chucky boy
Is Ings a Premier League player?

Has Rhodes been dropped from possibly the worst Scottish side in living memory?

Rhodes has scored a lot of goals agreed, but Ings was the all round better player as was proved by his peers when he was voted as THE BEST player in the entire division.

Worth is a relative term anyway - they are both worth what someone is willing to pay.
That's the most sensible thing you have said & I completely agree
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Ings worth 6-12 million! One year remaining on a contract and one good season Get real[/p][/quote]If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that. He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland). Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.[/p][/quote]but Rhodes has scored many goals for 3-4 seasons now and has 3 years remaining on his contract & is a FULL international. Is Ings a FULL international??? I think not little Chucky boy[/p][/quote]Is Ings a Premier League player? Has Rhodes been dropped from possibly the worst Scottish side in living memory? Rhodes has scored a lot of goals agreed, but Ings was the all round better player as was proved by his peers when he was voted as THE BEST player in the entire division. Worth is a relative term anyway - they are both worth what someone is willing to pay.[/p][/quote]That's the most sensible thing you have said & I completely agree Rovertheedge
  • Score: 3

11:26am Thu 10 Jul 14

u owe u owe says...

Oh dear seems that the no dads fail to grasp the concept of running at a small profit, as reported by this paper 27th march. And cling on to last years financial statement for dear life.
Oh dear seems that the no dads fail to grasp the concept of running at a small profit, as reported by this paper 27th march. And cling on to last years financial statement for dear life. u owe u owe
  • Score: 4

12:26pm Thu 10 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Who is this JizzyWazerk for 1.5 million, when Rhodes is available for 10 million, crickey this guy couldn't get in the Middlesborough side, he must be terrible. , Another Bolton reject to go with the other two, I'd sooner sign Ngog.
Still I suppose his 18 goals in 84 appearances in the championship, an avergae of 1 goal every 4.6 games is better than Sordells sorry effort of 1 goal every 5 games.
Just wonder why we didn't consider Chris Brown who also has a goal every 4.6 games and Rovers got him for free.
Just glad we are building a squad well equipped for being in the PL
UTC
Who is this JizzyWazerk for 1.5 million, when Rhodes is available for 10 million, crickey this guy couldn't get in the Middlesborough side, he must be terrible. , Another Bolton reject to go with the other two, I'd sooner sign Ngog. Still I suppose his 18 goals in 84 appearances in the championship, an avergae of 1 goal every 4.6 games is better than Sordells sorry effort of 1 goal every 5 games. Just wonder why we didn't consider Chris Brown who also has a goal every 4.6 games and Rovers got him for free. Just glad we are building a squad well equipped for being in the PL UTC AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

12:29pm Thu 10 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

JizzyWazerk, if we want him, he will come, everyone wants to be a Claret.
Except Bryson Baird and Stanislas., Deeney and Treacy.
UTC
JizzyWazerk, if we want him, he will come, everyone wants to be a Claret. Except Bryson Baird and Stanislas., Deeney and Treacy. UTC AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -12

12:50pm Thu 10 Jul 14

oakdale blue 1875 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Ings worth 6-12 million!

One year remaining on a contract and one good season

Get real
If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that.

He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland).

Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.
Rhodes has three years left on a five year deal you dingle retard , on the other hand ings has less than one year left !
Your going down can't wait for next season seeing you getting blitzed every week haha
RTID
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Ings worth 6-12 million! One year remaining on a contract and one good season Get real[/p][/quote]If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that. He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland). Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.[/p][/quote]Rhodes has three years left on a five year deal you dingle retard , on the other hand ings has less than one year left ! Your going down can't wait for next season seeing you getting blitzed every week haha RTID oakdale blue 1875
  • Score: -9

1:00pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

jack01 wrote:
So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford.

Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of.

At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney.

Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?
Becasue they cant afford anyone else can they, desperate times, the Ex Boltoner and groundsman will both get a game at this rate.
Roll on xmas , cant wait
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So it seems the Clarets may have got cold feet after their Deeney bid was rejected. Watford presumably asking too much for a newly promoted club with £120 million in the bank to afford. Attentions turned now to Jutkiewicz, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton and who Middlesbrough are desperate to get rid of. At £1.5 million it sounds more in Burnley's ball park than the £6 million+ needed to land Deeney. Why do Burnley need another striker when they already have Ings, Vokes, Barnes and Sordell? Is somebody leaving?[/p][/quote]Becasue they cant afford anyone else can they, desperate times, the Ex Boltoner and groundsman will both get a game at this rate. Roll on xmas , cant wait Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -8

1:19pm Thu 10 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

I have studied the criteria we seem to be following and have come up with a suggestion for midfield
Ivan Campo, he's ex Bolton, has PL experience, he's free and he looks like my sister so could be Burnleys pinup boy. We could start selling Campo wigs at the club shop, I bet Dyche would like one
I have studied the criteria we seem to be following and have come up with a suggestion for midfield Ivan Campo, he's ex Bolton, has PL experience, he's free and he looks like my sister so could be Burnleys pinup boy. We could start selling Campo wigs at the club shop, I bet Dyche would like one AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

1:21pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Claretcert says...

Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.
Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy. Claretcert
  • Score: 0

1:30pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Venkys HaHa says...

No point in giving budgeting lessons to the charlatans down at deadwood. If Venkys pull the plug it will be a bathtub withought a plug. As for Rhodes they were ripped off.
No point in giving budgeting lessons to the charlatans down at deadwood. If Venkys pull the plug it will be a bathtub withought a plug. As for Rhodes they were ripped off. Venkys HaHa
  • Score: 2

1:31pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

oakdale blue 1875 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Ings worth 6-12 million!

One year remaining on a contract and one good season

Get real
If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that.

He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland).

Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.
Rhodes has three years left on a five year deal you dingle retard , on the other hand ings has less than one year left !
Your going down can't wait for next season seeing you getting blitzed every week haha
RTID
Look Retard Til I Die, why are you bothered with what is happening at Burnley? We literally aren't in your league anymore, you need to try and move on.

You are like the annoying ex-girlfriend that just won't let go and doesn't realise that the relationship is over, honestly why can't you forge a relationship with one of your fellow 'Chumpionship' clubs like Wigan or the Lashers or Bolton.

Why can't you just leave Lancashire's Top Club alone? We are more bothered about Man Utd or City or Everton - they are more our class of supporter - you Second Division boys are just embarrassing yourselves now by begging for our attention.

Run along
[quote][p][bold]oakdale blue 1875[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Ings worth 6-12 million! One year remaining on a contract and one good season Get real[/p][/quote]If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that. He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland). Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.[/p][/quote]Rhodes has three years left on a five year deal you dingle retard , on the other hand ings has less than one year left ! Your going down can't wait for next season seeing you getting blitzed every week haha RTID[/p][/quote]Look Retard Til I Die, why are you bothered with what is happening at Burnley? We literally aren't in your league anymore, you need to try and move on. You are like the annoying ex-girlfriend that just won't let go and doesn't realise that the relationship is over, honestly why can't you forge a relationship with one of your fellow 'Chumpionship' clubs like Wigan or the Lashers or Bolton. Why can't you just leave Lancashire's Top Club alone? We are more bothered about Man Utd or City or Everton - they are more our class of supporter - you Second Division boys are just embarrassing yourselves now by begging for our attention. Run along Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 6

1:31pm Thu 10 Jul 14

houseclaret says...

oakdale blue 1875 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Ings worth 6-12 million!

One year remaining on a contract and one good season

Get real
If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that.

He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland).

Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.
Rhodes has three years left on a five year deal you dingle retard , on the other hand ings has less than one year left !
Your going down can't wait for next season seeing you getting blitzed every week haha
RTID
The point is can Rovers continue paying his wages under the pressure of FFP? You still have a wage bill that is too high for your income and that is going to be the deciding factor, not what he is actually worth. It may also have a lot to do with whether he actually wants to stay at a championship club which, when you look at the money being spent elsewhere, don't look like having any real chance of promotion. Of course you could do a Burnley with your poor resources but with Bowyer as a manager I wouldn't put money on it.
[quote][p][bold]oakdale blue 1875[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Ings worth 6-12 million! One year remaining on a contract and one good season Get real[/p][/quote]If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that. He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland). Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.[/p][/quote]Rhodes has three years left on a five year deal you dingle retard , on the other hand ings has less than one year left ! Your going down can't wait for next season seeing you getting blitzed every week haha RTID[/p][/quote]The point is can Rovers continue paying his wages under the pressure of FFP? You still have a wage bill that is too high for your income and that is going to be the deciding factor, not what he is actually worth. It may also have a lot to do with whether he actually wants to stay at a championship club which, when you look at the money being spent elsewhere, don't look like having any real chance of promotion. Of course you could do a Burnley with your poor resources but with Bowyer as a manager I wouldn't put money on it. houseclaret
  • Score: 4

1:32pm Thu 10 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Claretcert wrote:
Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.
I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.[/p][/quote]I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

1:38pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.
I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba
Look why don't you answer the questions Another pudding?

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

Why did you say 'YOU'D have been better off signing Chris Brown'? Thus revealing yourself as a Blackburn gurning stump?

Can you try and answer the question you Blackburn facecomber.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.[/p][/quote]I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba[/p][/quote]Look why don't you answer the questions Another pudding? Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League? Why did you say 'YOU'D have been better off signing Chris Brown'? Thus revealing yourself as a Blackburn gurning stump? Can you try and answer the question you Blackburn facecomber. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 3

1:56pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Claretcert says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.
I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba
Look why don't you answer the questions Another pudding?

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

Why did you say 'YOU'D have been better off signing Chris Brown'? Thus revealing yourself as a Blackburn gurning stump?

Can you try and answer the question you Blackburn facecomber.
I think he didn't answer it because he was in a room positioning 8 mirrors so that in each one he could see himself in a rubber mask. His internet access is monitored and football was his carer's idea to wean him off his other disgusting obsessions. When she nips out he puts his mask on, gets all his BFC photos out and froths. Could be worse, if he wasn't tagged he'd be on a children's playground somewhere. The gimp.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.[/p][/quote]I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba[/p][/quote]Look why don't you answer the questions Another pudding? Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League? Why did you say 'YOU'D have been better off signing Chris Brown'? Thus revealing yourself as a Blackburn gurning stump? Can you try and answer the question you Blackburn facecomber.[/p][/quote]I think he didn't answer it because he was in a room positioning 8 mirrors so that in each one he could see himself in a rubber mask. His internet access is monitored and football was his carer's idea to wean him off his other disgusting obsessions. When she nips out he puts his mask on, gets all his BFC photos out and froths. Could be worse, if he wasn't tagged he'd be on a children's playground somewhere. The gimp. Claretcert
  • Score: 1

1:59pm Thu 10 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.
I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba
Look why don't you answer the questions Another pudding?

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

Why did you say 'YOU'D have been better off signing Chris Brown'? Thus revealing yourself as a Blackburn gurning stump?

Can you try and answer the question you Blackburn facecomber.
Hello Chuckle, wheres your brother Rob?
Okay okay, you're right Burnley are a flounder members.
Have you heard about any marquee signings,
i've heard about Elmander through the grapevine, the question remains though, why are we signing all these strikers, is ings out as well as vokes?
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.[/p][/quote]I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba[/p][/quote]Look why don't you answer the questions Another pudding? Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League? Why did you say 'YOU'D have been better off signing Chris Brown'? Thus revealing yourself as a Blackburn gurning stump? Can you try and answer the question you Blackburn facecomber.[/p][/quote]Hello Chuckle, wheres your brother Rob? Okay okay, you're right Burnley are a flounder members. Have you heard about any marquee signings, i've heard about Elmander through the grapevine, the question remains though, why are we signing all these strikers, is ings out as well as vokes? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

2:11pm Thu 10 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Claretcert wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.
I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba
Look why don't you answer the questions Another pudding?

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

Why did you say 'YOU'D have been better off signing Chris Brown'? Thus revealing yourself as a Blackburn gurning stump?

Can you try and answer the question you Blackburn facecomber.
I think he didn't answer it because he was in a room positioning 8 mirrors so that in each one he could see himself in a rubber mask. His internet access is monitored and football was his carer's idea to wean him off his other disgusting obsessions. When she nips out he puts his mask on, gets all his BFC photos out and froths. Could be worse, if he wasn't tagged he'd be on a children's playground somewhere. The gimp.
Now now, you can't insinuate someone is a pedo when they aren't, look what happened to crispy when he was accusing people of being racists, thats right, where is crispy? He got banned for being naughty.
Accusing someone of being something they are not is in contravention of the defamation act 1996 and also the communications act 2003, so keep it up and you will be joining pork boy. Doing my best to clean these boards up of weirdos like you. Just good strong healthy debating please. And one at a time please, we don't like debating en masse like you prefer
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.[/p][/quote]I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba[/p][/quote]Look why don't you answer the questions Another pudding? Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League? Why did you say 'YOU'D have been better off signing Chris Brown'? Thus revealing yourself as a Blackburn gurning stump? Can you try and answer the question you Blackburn facecomber.[/p][/quote]I think he didn't answer it because he was in a room positioning 8 mirrors so that in each one he could see himself in a rubber mask. His internet access is monitored and football was his carer's idea to wean him off his other disgusting obsessions. When she nips out he puts his mask on, gets all his BFC photos out and froths. Could be worse, if he wasn't tagged he'd be on a children's playground somewhere. The gimp.[/p][/quote]Now now, you can't insinuate someone is a pedo when they aren't, look what happened to crispy when he was accusing people of being racists, thats right, where is crispy? He got banned for being naughty. Accusing someone of being something they are not is in contravention of the defamation act 1996 and also the communications act 2003, so keep it up and you will be joining pork boy. Doing my best to clean these boards up of weirdos like you. Just good strong healthy debating please. And one at a time please, we don't like debating en masse like you prefer AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -3

2:12pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.
I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba
Look why don't you answer the questions Another pudding?

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

Why did you say 'YOU'D have been better off signing Chris Brown'? Thus revealing yourself as a Blackburn gurning stump?

Can you try and answer the question you Blackburn facecomber.
Hello Chuckle, wheres your brother Rob?
Okay okay, you're right Burnley are a flounder members.
Have you heard about any marquee signings,
i've heard about Elmander through the grapevine, the question remains though, why are we signing all these strikers, is ings out as well as vokes?
**** off you Blackburn scumbag.

Your comments on this site are as welcome as a **** in a spacesuit.

You are fooling nobody about who you really support, even the Blackburn fans are embarrassed by your rantings, I mean what self respecting Burnley fan would call themselves 'Another Pounding 4 Burnley'?

You started this with Turf Moor Tom, trying to be all positive about Burnley etc until you were easily exposed, so you thought you would try again with the ludicrously named Another pounding.

You are almost as embarrassing as Blackburn Rovers.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Is quite odd to see BRFC fans frothing so much over a non story unless that is you look at the situation as it stands at Ewood. Literally panic setting in as the realisation dawns of FFP to all clubs, those beginning with B were not exempt. Reasonable championship quality players on the chute clutching millions in pay offs. Desperately hawking anything worth a fee in the media. Pretending Rhodes is priceless and hinting 10-11 would do it. Frothy mouthed Rovers fans looking for a bit of respite from unremitting gloom. Come into the sunshine guys, feel the joy.[/p][/quote]I know it hurts you BFC signing or trying to sign all these second rate players when we are now a PL team but why try and deflect this admission by bringing Rovers into it? They appear to be making signings in keeping with trying to improve whilst it looks like we at Burnley are preparing for relegation. We should sign someone like Klose or Drogba[/p][/quote]Look why don't you answer the questions Another pudding? Why didn't you know that Burnley were founder members of the Football League? Why did you say 'YOU'D have been better off signing Chris Brown'? Thus revealing yourself as a Blackburn gurning stump? Can you try and answer the question you Blackburn facecomber.[/p][/quote]Hello Chuckle, wheres your brother Rob? Okay okay, you're right Burnley are a flounder members. Have you heard about any marquee signings, i've heard about Elmander through the grapevine, the question remains though, why are we signing all these strikers, is ings out as well as vokes?[/p][/quote]**** off you Blackburn scumbag. Your comments on this site are as welcome as a **** in a spacesuit. You are fooling nobody about who you really support, even the Blackburn fans are embarrassed by your rantings, I mean what self respecting Burnley fan would call themselves 'Another Pounding 4 Burnley'? You started this with Turf Moor Tom, trying to be all positive about Burnley etc until you were easily exposed, so you thought you would try again with the ludicrously named Another pounding. You are almost as embarrassing as Blackburn Rovers. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 8

2:14pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Dead Sun Rising says...

Paper talk. Nothing more.

The more drivel I read the better I feel. Is it because the tides have changed dramatically over the last 12- 18 months? Is it because we claimed 23 more points than them last season? Is it because we finished second in the division with a points total that would have ensured winning the division outright the previous two seasons? Is it because we took four points from them, including a win at Ewood last season?
Is it because the reality of FFP is going to hit these guys severely in the coming months, and like bullies at school do, they take their frustrations out on other people? Is it because of all the gloating and the spending of somebody else's fortune has come to an end in an ignominous way? (some of you may have to look 'ignominous' up in the dictionary so apologies.)
I would say it is all of the above, and it has left you feeling so bitter that you take to hiding behind your laptops and phones to pour scorn on a club that has performed magnificently, and more importantly, out-performed Blackburn Rovers both on and off the pitch.
It's pitiful really and the more crap you type, the more I laugh at you. The more desperate your comments, the bigger the satisfaction.
Keep 'em coming.
Paper talk. Nothing more. The more drivel I read the better I feel. Is it because the tides have changed dramatically over the last 12- 18 months? Is it because we claimed 23 more points than them last season? Is it because we finished second in the division with a points total that would have ensured winning the division outright the previous two seasons? Is it because we took four points from them, including a win at Ewood last season? Is it because the reality of FFP is going to hit these guys severely in the coming months, and like bullies at school do, they take their frustrations out on other people? Is it because of all the gloating and the spending of somebody else's fortune has come to an end in an ignominous way? (some of you may have to look 'ignominous' up in the dictionary so apologies.) I would say it is all of the above, and it has left you feeling so bitter that you take to hiding behind your laptops and phones to pour scorn on a club that has performed magnificently, and more importantly, out-performed Blackburn Rovers both on and off the pitch. It's pitiful really and the more crap you type, the more I laugh at you. The more desperate your comments, the bigger the satisfaction. Keep 'em coming. Dead Sun Rising
  • Score: 6

2:27pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Dead Sun Rising wrote:
Paper talk. Nothing more.

The more drivel I read the better I feel. Is it because the tides have changed dramatically over the last 12- 18 months? Is it because we claimed 23 more points than them last season? Is it because we finished second in the division with a points total that would have ensured winning the division outright the previous two seasons? Is it because we took four points from them, including a win at Ewood last season?
Is it because the reality of FFP is going to hit these guys severely in the coming months, and like bullies at school do, they take their frustrations out on other people? Is it because of all the gloating and the spending of somebody else's fortune has come to an end in an ignominous way? (some of you may have to look 'ignominous' up in the dictionary so apologies.)
I would say it is all of the above, and it has left you feeling so bitter that you take to hiding behind your laptops and phones to pour scorn on a club that has performed magnificently, and more importantly, out-performed Blackburn Rovers both on and off the pitch.
It's pitiful really and the more crap you type, the more I laugh at you. The more desperate your comments, the bigger the satisfaction.
Keep 'em coming.
Agree 100%.

The Blackburn fans that used this site used to gloat that nobody went on the Burnley stories to comment and how this proved they were a bigger club than us etc etc.

Scroll down through the Football section now and you will see now that most of the Burnley articles have loads more comments than the Rovers ones - mainly through the insanely jealous inbreds from Shadsworth moathfoaming about how they are looking forward to watching Burnley on MOTD (WTF?) and other such nonsense.

They really are funny little creatures aren't they.
[quote][p][bold]Dead Sun Rising[/bold] wrote: Paper talk. Nothing more. The more drivel I read the better I feel. Is it because the tides have changed dramatically over the last 12- 18 months? Is it because we claimed 23 more points than them last season? Is it because we finished second in the division with a points total that would have ensured winning the division outright the previous two seasons? Is it because we took four points from them, including a win at Ewood last season? Is it because the reality of FFP is going to hit these guys severely in the coming months, and like bullies at school do, they take their frustrations out on other people? Is it because of all the gloating and the spending of somebody else's fortune has come to an end in an ignominous way? (some of you may have to look 'ignominous' up in the dictionary so apologies.) I would say it is all of the above, and it has left you feeling so bitter that you take to hiding behind your laptops and phones to pour scorn on a club that has performed magnificently, and more importantly, out-performed Blackburn Rovers both on and off the pitch. It's pitiful really and the more crap you type, the more I laugh at you. The more desperate your comments, the bigger the satisfaction. Keep 'em coming.[/p][/quote]Agree 100%. The Blackburn fans that used this site used to gloat that nobody went on the Burnley stories to comment and how this proved they were a bigger club than us etc etc. Scroll down through the Football section now and you will see now that most of the Burnley articles have loads more comments than the Rovers ones - mainly through the insanely jealous inbreds from Shadsworth moathfoaming about how they are looking forward to watching Burnley on MOTD (WTF?) and other such nonsense. They really are funny little creatures aren't they. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 8

5:09pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Claretcert says...

Nail on the head dead sun. Pathetic behaviour from so called football fans, in particular this purposeful and childish creepy multiple ID one. Simple question: are Blackburn fans happy for the poster known as Gollum to be associated with their club. If he associated himself with Burnley I'd be ashamed.
Nail on the head dead sun. Pathetic behaviour from so called football fans, in particular this purposeful and childish creepy multiple ID one. Simple question: are Blackburn fans happy for the poster known as Gollum to be associated with their club. If he associated himself with Burnley I'd be ashamed. Claretcert
  • Score: 6

6:14pm Thu 10 Jul 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Claretcert wrote:
Nail on the head dead sun. Pathetic behaviour from so called football fans, in particular this purposeful and childish creepy multiple ID one. Simple question: are Blackburn fans happy for the poster known as Gollum to be associated with their club. If he associated himself with Burnley I'd be ashamed.
You mean like the troll you have who goes under numerous names like Super Claret, Look Up Blackburn, Ewood_Mark, jwid, we luv u venkys etc etc? Or Chuck Norris who's also constantly on Rovers articles? Or that gobsh*te glentoran? McClaret? Seagull? steralc?

The funniest part, and I mean really funny, is how you have ONE, just ONE decent season and you think you're about to dominate this rivalry as emphatically we have the last 30 odd years. It's hilarious.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Nail on the head dead sun. Pathetic behaviour from so called football fans, in particular this purposeful and childish creepy multiple ID one. Simple question: are Blackburn fans happy for the poster known as Gollum to be associated with their club. If he associated himself with Burnley I'd be ashamed.[/p][/quote]You mean like the troll you have who goes under numerous names like Super Claret, Look Up Blackburn, Ewood_Mark, jwid, we luv u venkys etc etc? Or Chuck Norris who's also constantly on Rovers articles? Or that gobsh*te glentoran? McClaret? Seagull? steralc? The funniest part, and I mean really funny, is how you have ONE, just ONE decent season and you think you're about to dominate this rivalry as emphatically we have the last 30 odd years. It's hilarious. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 4

6:15pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Super Claret . says...

houseclaret wrote:
oakdale blue 1875 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Ings worth 6-12 million!

One year remaining on a contract and one good season

Get real
If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that.

He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland).

Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.
Rhodes has three years left on a five year deal you dingle retard , on the other hand ings has less than one year left !
Your going down can't wait for next season seeing you getting blitzed every week haha
RTID
The point is can Rovers continue paying his wages under the pressure of FFP? You still have a wage bill that is too high for your income and that is going to be the deciding factor, not what he is actually worth. It may also have a lot to do with whether he actually wants to stay at a championship club which, when you look at the money being spent elsewhere, don't look like having any real chance of promotion. Of course you could do a Burnley with your poor resources but with Bowyer as a manager I wouldn't put money on it.
Which he obviously does as he has signed a new contract with them today!!
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oakdale blue 1875[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Ings worth 6-12 million! One year remaining on a contract and one good season Get real[/p][/quote]If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that. He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland). Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.[/p][/quote]Rhodes has three years left on a five year deal you dingle retard , on the other hand ings has less than one year left ! Your going down can't wait for next season seeing you getting blitzed every week haha RTID[/p][/quote]The point is can Rovers continue paying his wages under the pressure of FFP? You still have a wage bill that is too high for your income and that is going to be the deciding factor, not what he is actually worth. It may also have a lot to do with whether he actually wants to stay at a championship club which, when you look at the money being spent elsewhere, don't look like having any real chance of promotion. Of course you could do a Burnley with your poor resources but with Bowyer as a manager I wouldn't put money on it.[/p][/quote]Which he obviously does as he has signed a new contract with them today!! Super Claret .
  • Score: 2

7:29pm Thu 10 Jul 14

McClaret says...

Would rather be associated with players of more class - rumours or not!
Would rather be associated with players of more class - rumours or not! McClaret
  • Score: 2

9:19pm Thu 10 Jul 14

stevieclaret says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Ings worth 6-12 million!

One year remaining on a contract and one good season

Get real
If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that.

He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland).

Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.
but Rhodes has scored many goals for 3-4 seasons now and has 3 years remaining on his contract & is a FULL international.

Is Ings a FULL international??? I think not little Chucky boy
Chris iwelumo is a full international for the same team. Doesn't take much does it!!
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: Ings worth 6-12 million! One year remaining on a contract and one good season Get real[/p][/quote]If Rhodes is worth £10-12 million your eyes then Ings is worth at least that. He is younger, he is English, and was the Championship Player Of The Year last season (Whereas Rhodes didn't even get into the PFA team and has been dropped by Scotland). Wind your necks in Blackburn oiks.[/p][/quote]but Rhodes has scored many goals for 3-4 seasons now and has 3 years remaining on his contract & is a FULL international. Is Ings a FULL international??? I think not little Chucky boy[/p][/quote]Chris iwelumo is a full international for the same team. Doesn't take much does it!! stevieclaret
  • Score: 1

9:44pm Thu 10 Jul 14

stevieclaret says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
Nail on the head dead sun. Pathetic behaviour from so called football fans, in particular this purposeful and childish creepy multiple ID one. Simple question: are Blackburn fans happy for the poster known as Gollum to be associated with their club. If he associated himself with Burnley I'd be ashamed.
You mean like the troll you have who goes under numerous names like Super Claret, Look Up Blackburn, Ewood_Mark, jwid, we luv u venkys etc etc? Or Chuck Norris who's also constantly on Rovers articles? Or that gobsh*te glentoran? McClaret? Seagull? steralc?

The funniest part, and I mean really funny, is how you have ONE, just ONE decent season and you think you're about to dominate this rivalry as emphatically we have the last 30 odd years. It's hilarious.
Your domination was 11 league games and you won 4 of them or something like that!! At the moment we have won 1 and drawn 3 whilst u haven't won any of the last 4. That will b 4 years since u last beat us!!

The division u r in has a lot of clubs splashing cash - although this doesnt always bring success - cant see the likes of chris brown n varney helping you to promotion. Ffp in jan n massive wage bill, low gate receipts - future not to rosey for u. That's hilarious!!
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Nail on the head dead sun. Pathetic behaviour from so called football fans, in particular this purposeful and childish creepy multiple ID one. Simple question: are Blackburn fans happy for the poster known as Gollum to be associated with their club. If he associated himself with Burnley I'd be ashamed.[/p][/quote]You mean like the troll you have who goes under numerous names like Super Claret, Look Up Blackburn, Ewood_Mark, jwid, we luv u venkys etc etc? Or Chuck Norris who's also constantly on Rovers articles? Or that gobsh*te glentoran? McClaret? Seagull? steralc? The funniest part, and I mean really funny, is how you have ONE, just ONE decent season and you think you're about to dominate this rivalry as emphatically we have the last 30 odd years. It's hilarious.[/p][/quote]Your domination was 11 league games and you won 4 of them or something like that!! At the moment we have won 1 and drawn 3 whilst u haven't won any of the last 4. That will b 4 years since u last beat us!! The division u r in has a lot of clubs splashing cash - although this doesnt always bring success - cant see the likes of chris brown n varney helping you to promotion. Ffp in jan n massive wage bill, low gate receipts - future not to rosey for u. That's hilarious!! stevieclaret
  • Score: 2

9:49pm Thu 10 Jul 14

stevieclaret says...

Another pudding - mega blinding.

So which stand is ur season ticket for pudding?
Another pudding - mega blinding. So which stand is ur season ticket for pudding? stevieclaret
  • Score: 10

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