Burnley's Heaton relishing glove battle

Tom Heaton

Tom Heaton

First published in Sport This Is Lancashire: Photograph of the Author by , Sports reporter

TOM Heaton is relishing the extra competition provided by Matt Gilks this season after putting pen to paper on a new three-year contract at Burnley.

Heaton has followed Ben Mee by extending his deal at Turf Moor, committing his future under the summer of 2017.

The goalkeeper still had a year left to run on his contract, plus the option for another season, but has earned an extended deal after impressing since joining Burnley on a free transfer from Bristol City last summer.

Clarets boss Sean Dyche brought in Matt Gilks last month to provide increased competition in the goalkeeping area.

Burnley already have Alex Cisak on their books, and Gilks has Premier League experience from his time with Blackpool.

But Heaton is comfortable with the extra competition for the number one spot, and intends to rise to the challenge.

“That’s what you want, you want every position being competed for and I’m certainly looking forward to the challenge,” the 28-year-old said.

“It’s part and parcel. Obviously it was the same last year with Alex Cisak and Nick Liversedge.

“Now Gilksy has come in and he’s a fantastic goalkeeper with a lot of experience. Al did very well last season too.”

Heaton is yet to feature in pre-season following a minor groin injury but Dyche has no concerns about the keeper being fit for the opening game of the campaign at home to Chelsea on August 18.

The former Manchester United youngster cannot wait for the season to start.

“There is certainly a lot of excitement from me and the other players, we’re looking forward to getting started,” Heaton said.

“I’m quietly confident that we’ll do well.

“When I left Manchester United a few years ago the aim was to get back to the Premier League and be playing.

“That aim has certainly not changed for me and to do it is obviously great.

“But now it is down to business and giving a real good go of it.”

“It’s great to be a part of it here, and I’m looking forward to hopefully being a big part of it going forward.

“I feel that personally I have got more to come and I’m really excited to show that here.”

The Clarets are aiming to add to their squad before the start of the season and are still attempting to persuade West Bromwich Albion to part with Craig Dawson, after lining up an improved £2m bid for the centre back.

Entrance to Burnley’s two home friendles, against Celta Vigo on Tuesday and Verona on August 9, will be by ticket only.

Supporters are urged to purchase in advance to avoid long queue at the ticket office on matchday.

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9:37am Fri 1 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

To be fair, whoever plays between the sticks for Bumley is going to get his hands warmed next season. To get two free transfers in the Bumley way will also mitigate any lower back injuries or repetitive stress syndrome from repeatedly picking the ball out of the back of the net. I'm led to believe this event may occur 80+ times based on your last Premier League campaign. Heaton, Gilks, Cisak - whoever gets the Man City at home game has my sympathy and had better wear some lower back support.
To be fair, whoever plays between the sticks for Bumley is going to get his hands warmed next season. To get two free transfers in the Bumley way will also mitigate any lower back injuries or repetitive stress syndrome from repeatedly picking the ball out of the back of the net. I'm led to believe this event may occur 80+ times based on your last Premier League campaign. Heaton, Gilks, Cisak - whoever gets the Man City at home game has my sympathy and had better wear some lower back support. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -20

9:52am Fri 1 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's! RobH2O .
  • Score: 18

9:57am Fri 1 Aug 14

Trick82 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
To be fair, whoever plays between the sticks for Bumley is going to get his hands warmed next season. To get two free transfers in the Bumley way will also mitigate any lower back injuries or repetitive stress syndrome from repeatedly picking the ball out of the back of the net. I'm led to believe this event may occur 80+ times based on your last Premier League campaign. Heaton, Gilks, Cisak - whoever gets the Man City at home game has my sympathy and had better wear some lower back support.
yawn
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: To be fair, whoever plays between the sticks for Bumley is going to get his hands warmed next season. To get two free transfers in the Bumley way will also mitigate any lower back injuries or repetitive stress syndrome from repeatedly picking the ball out of the back of the net. I'm led to believe this event may occur 80+ times based on your last Premier League campaign. Heaton, Gilks, Cisak - whoever gets the Man City at home game has my sympathy and had better wear some lower back support.[/p][/quote]yawn Trick82
  • Score: 16

10:04am Fri 1 Aug 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: -13

10:27am Fri 1 Aug 14

mjp 53 says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID
March 9th 2 - 1 Who stuck the ball in the Bas**rds net !!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID[/p][/quote]March 9th 2 - 1 Who stuck the ball in the Bas**rds net !!!!!!!!!! mjp 53
  • Score: 9

10:33am Fri 1 Aug 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID
Cut and paste monkey on auto pilot again.
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID[/p][/quote]Cut and paste monkey on auto pilot again. Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 8

10:36am Fri 1 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID
Here she is Georgie Girl, the most embarrassing of all the Blackburn scrotums that post on this site.

The guy that embarrasses himself on a daily basis with his multiple usernames and misses the Premier League so much that not only is he going to watch his heroes Burnley play in the Premier League but he is going to record every game as well.

What a whopper.
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID[/p][/quote]Here she is Georgie Girl, the most embarrassing of all the Blackburn scrotums that post on this site. The guy that embarrasses himself on a daily basis with his multiple usernames and misses the Premier League so much that not only is he going to watch his heroes Burnley play in the Premier League but he is going to record every game as well. What a whopper. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 11

10:40am Fri 1 Aug 14

houseclaret says...

RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
Very true and if we have the battle you suggest it will be good for the team as a whole. Stevenson was the best goalie I have seen in my time watching Burnley but I think Heaton can be as good. Gilks, in my opinion, has always been good and I was delighted when we got hold of him. To have a "second choice" as good as him bodes well for us next season.
I don't bother too much these days with pre-seasons but my daughter and me are seriously considering giving Celta Vigo a visit.
Can't wait for the season to start - I just have a feeling that all will be well.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]Very true and if we have the battle you suggest it will be good for the team as a whole. Stevenson was the best goalie I have seen in my time watching Burnley but I think Heaton can be as good. Gilks, in my opinion, has always been good and I was delighted when we got hold of him. To have a "second choice" as good as him bodes well for us next season. I don't bother too much these days with pre-seasons but my daughter and me are seriously considering giving Celta Vigo a visit. Can't wait for the season to start - I just have a feeling that all will be well. houseclaret
  • Score: 10

10:44am Fri 1 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

houseclaret wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
Very true and if we have the battle you suggest it will be good for the team as a whole. Stevenson was the best goalie I have seen in my time watching Burnley but I think Heaton can be as good. Gilks, in my opinion, has always been good and I was delighted when we got hold of him. To have a "second choice" as good as him bodes well for us next season.
I don't bother too much these days with pre-seasons but my daughter and me are seriously considering giving Celta Vigo a visit.
Can't wait for the season to start - I just have a feeling that all will be well.
My daughter and I are up for that too! Pie and peas in The Bridge in Burnley centre first! Get yourselves down there! UTC
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]Very true and if we have the battle you suggest it will be good for the team as a whole. Stevenson was the best goalie I have seen in my time watching Burnley but I think Heaton can be as good. Gilks, in my opinion, has always been good and I was delighted when we got hold of him. To have a "second choice" as good as him bodes well for us next season. I don't bother too much these days with pre-seasons but my daughter and me are seriously considering giving Celta Vigo a visit. Can't wait for the season to start - I just have a feeling that all will be well.[/p][/quote]My daughter and I are up for that too! Pie and peas in The Bridge in Burnley centre first! Get yourselves down there! UTC RobH2O .
  • Score: 9

10:47am Fri 1 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

I suspect that whoever wins the battle for the gloves will be shell shocked come May. Still if they perform well and concede less than three per game, they may earn a transfer to a bigger club like Stanislas.
Has England international Dawson exchanged hands yet for 2 million?
We will have half a dozen England internationals in the team if he comes.
Sordell, Jukey, Trippier, Heaton, Dawson, and Ings, I bet Germany are positively beaning themselves. Its like dyche is playing fantasy football. My only concern is that if Dyche can attract such megastars, City will be looking on in envy, but he won't jump ship like judas Coyle, He loves it here especially now we are in a champions league spot
I suspect that whoever wins the battle for the gloves will be shell shocked come May. Still if they perform well and concede less than three per game, they may earn a transfer to a bigger club like Stanislas. Has England international Dawson exchanged hands yet for 2 million? We will have half a dozen England internationals in the team if he comes. Sordell, Jukey, Trippier, Heaton, Dawson, and Ings, I bet Germany are positively beaning themselves. Its like dyche is playing fantasy football. My only concern is that if Dyche can attract such megastars, City will be looking on in envy, but he won't jump ship like judas Coyle, He loves it here especially now we are in a champions league spot AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -16

10:53am Fri 1 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

RobH2O . wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
Very true and if we have the battle you suggest it will be good for the team as a whole. Stevenson was the best goalie I have seen in my time watching Burnley but I think Heaton can be as good. Gilks, in my opinion, has always been good and I was delighted when we got hold of him. To have a "second choice" as good as him bodes well for us next season.
I don't bother too much these days with pre-seasons but my daughter and me are seriously considering giving Celta Vigo a visit.
Can't wait for the season to start - I just have a feeling that all will be well.
My daughter and I are up for that too! Pie and peas in The Bridge in Burnley centre first! Get yourselves down there! UTC
Humble pie will be served in massive portions, all season long. Putting peas on your portion is a good idea but a bit of brown sauce will mask its slightly bitter taste. Enjoy it but I can see you feeling a bit sick by the end of the season
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]Very true and if we have the battle you suggest it will be good for the team as a whole. Stevenson was the best goalie I have seen in my time watching Burnley but I think Heaton can be as good. Gilks, in my opinion, has always been good and I was delighted when we got hold of him. To have a "second choice" as good as him bodes well for us next season. I don't bother too much these days with pre-seasons but my daughter and me are seriously considering giving Celta Vigo a visit. Can't wait for the season to start - I just have a feeling that all will be well.[/p][/quote]My daughter and I are up for that too! Pie and peas in The Bridge in Burnley centre first! Get yourselves down there! UTC[/p][/quote]Humble pie will be served in massive portions, all season long. Putting peas on your portion is a good idea but a bit of brown sauce will mask its slightly bitter taste. Enjoy it but I can see you feeling a bit sick by the end of the season AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -14

10:55am Fri 1 Aug 14

Burnley59/60 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
To be fair, whoever plays between the sticks for Bumley is going to get his hands warmed next season. To get two free transfers in the Bumley way will also mitigate any lower back injuries or repetitive stress syndrome from repeatedly picking the ball out of the back of the net. I'm led to believe this event may occur 80+ times based on your last Premier League campaign. Heaton, Gilks, Cisak - whoever gets the Man City at home game has my sympathy and had better wear some lower back support.
SHUT UP YOUR A TOOL !!!! NEED WE SAY MORE
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: To be fair, whoever plays between the sticks for Bumley is going to get his hands warmed next season. To get two free transfers in the Bumley way will also mitigate any lower back injuries or repetitive stress syndrome from repeatedly picking the ball out of the back of the net. I'm led to believe this event may occur 80+ times based on your last Premier League campaign. Heaton, Gilks, Cisak - whoever gets the Man City at home game has my sympathy and had better wear some lower back support.[/p][/quote]SHUT UP YOUR A TOOL !!!! NEED WE SAY MORE Burnley59/60
  • Score: 17

11:17am Fri 1 Aug 14

alan7554 says...

this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.
this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one. alan7554
  • Score: 15

11:20am Fri 1 Aug 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 8

11:26am Fri 1 Aug 14

34 years says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
One game. What about 34 years?
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.[/p][/quote]One game. What about 34 years? 34 years
  • Score: -13

11:47am Fri 1 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 21

11:49am Fri 1 Aug 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

One game.

At Ewood Park.

In which Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers.

Which resulted in Blackburn Rovers missing out on a play-off spot.

Which gave Burnley a massive boost and helped them secure automatic promotion.

Which silenced the feeble yapping of the no-dads once and for all.

Which sent the no-dads into a communal depression.

The one game that destroyed the world as you know it.

34 years?..... all gone.

The future is Claret and Blue.... keep looking up!
One game. At Ewood Park. In which Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers. Which resulted in Blackburn Rovers missing out on a play-off spot. Which gave Burnley a massive boost and helped them secure automatic promotion. Which silenced the feeble yapping of the no-dads once and for all. Which sent the no-dads into a communal depression. The one game that destroyed the world as you know it. 34 years?..... all gone. The future is Claret and Blue.... keep looking up! Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 10

11:53am Fri 1 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

In my opinion, we should sell one season wonder Ings now, rather than him leave for free with a big smile on his face
In my opinion, we should sell one season wonder Ings now, rather than him leave for free with a big smile on his face AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -15

11:55am Fri 1 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

34 years wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
One game. What about 34 years?
Or nine games. How many wins did you secure in those 9 games? If history matters to you so much, what about the 81 years between your Titles. Or the 64 years without winning a stitch. Or the fact that, during those 64 years, Burnley won two titles, the FA Cup, 2 Charity Shields, were ahead of you on the win count for the East Lancs derby, spent more years in the top flight than you, had more top three finishes than you and were Quarterfinalists in the European Cup. Oh yes, and all achieved of out own financial turnover too.

We can all pick chunks of history, not just you. And in the here-and-now, what's the position? You are Championship, we are Premier League. Tomorrow? who knows? Good luck in finding yourselves another sugar daddy. History (the thing you love so much) shows you win squat without one. Good luck against Rotherham and Brentford by the way.
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.[/p][/quote]One game. What about 34 years?[/p][/quote]Or nine games. How many wins did you secure in those 9 games? If history matters to you so much, what about the 81 years between your Titles. Or the 64 years without winning a stitch. Or the fact that, during those 64 years, Burnley won two titles, the FA Cup, 2 Charity Shields, were ahead of you on the win count for the East Lancs derby, spent more years in the top flight than you, had more top three finishes than you and were Quarterfinalists in the European Cup. Oh yes, and all achieved of out own financial turnover too. We can all pick chunks of history, not just you. And in the here-and-now, what's the position? You are Championship, we are Premier League. Tomorrow? who knows? Good luck in finding yourselves another sugar daddy. History (the thing you love so much) shows you win squat without one. Good luck against Rotherham and Brentford by the way. RobH2O .
  • Score: 13

12:01pm Fri 1 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

alan7554 wrote:
this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.
Bloomin' 'eck Alan. Had a Vindaloo last night? Hilarious posting. Good on you!
[quote][p][bold]alan7554[/bold] wrote: this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.[/p][/quote]Bloomin' 'eck Alan. Had a Vindaloo last night? Hilarious posting. Good on you! RobH2O .
  • Score: 9

12:03pm Fri 1 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
Hello chucki wooky awe isn't he cute. Actually I would like nothing more than to see us do well but, i fear we are lacking quality. We will miss Vokes who, in my opinion, is our best player. Just hope he comes back as strong as before as he is a great little player and is responsible for Ings doing so well. Ings, on the other hand, is going to be another Nugent. A steady away 10 goals a season, second striker. Don't think we'll have enough to save us unless Vokes hits the ground running when he gets back.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]Hello chucki wooky awe isn't he cute. Actually I would like nothing more than to see us do well but, i fear we are lacking quality. We will miss Vokes who, in my opinion, is our best player. Just hope he comes back as strong as before as he is a great little player and is responsible for Ings doing so well. Ings, on the other hand, is going to be another Nugent. A steady away 10 goals a season, second striker. Don't think we'll have enough to save us unless Vokes hits the ground running when he gets back. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -17

12:04pm Fri 1 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
Very true and if we have the battle you suggest it will be good for the team as a whole. Stevenson was the best goalie I have seen in my time watching Burnley but I think Heaton can be as good. Gilks, in my opinion, has always been good and I was delighted when we got hold of him. To have a "second choice" as good as him bodes well for us next season.
I don't bother too much these days with pre-seasons but my daughter and me are seriously considering giving Celta Vigo a visit.
Can't wait for the season to start - I just have a feeling that all will be well.
My daughter and I are up for that too! Pie and peas in The Bridge in Burnley centre first! Get yourselves down there! UTC
Humble pie will be served in massive portions, all season long. Putting peas on your portion is a good idea but a bit of brown sauce will mask its slightly bitter taste. Enjoy it but I can see you feeling a bit sick by the end of the season
Nah! Frankly, I don't care if we go down. Prefer it if we don't, but with our budget etc, a brave effort will be fine with me. It won't curdle the pies or the beer for that matter. If we lose to an established Prem side, its to be expected. If Rovers lose to a Brentford or a Rotherham, then well, that's a pie and a pint curdler isn't it!
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]Very true and if we have the battle you suggest it will be good for the team as a whole. Stevenson was the best goalie I have seen in my time watching Burnley but I think Heaton can be as good. Gilks, in my opinion, has always been good and I was delighted when we got hold of him. To have a "second choice" as good as him bodes well for us next season. I don't bother too much these days with pre-seasons but my daughter and me are seriously considering giving Celta Vigo a visit. Can't wait for the season to start - I just have a feeling that all will be well.[/p][/quote]My daughter and I are up for that too! Pie and peas in The Bridge in Burnley centre first! Get yourselves down there! UTC[/p][/quote]Humble pie will be served in massive portions, all season long. Putting peas on your portion is a good idea but a bit of brown sauce will mask its slightly bitter taste. Enjoy it but I can see you feeling a bit sick by the end of the season[/p][/quote]Nah! Frankly, I don't care if we go down. Prefer it if we don't, but with our budget etc, a brave effort will be fine with me. It won't curdle the pies or the beer for that matter. If we lose to an established Prem side, its to be expected. If Rovers lose to a Brentford or a Rotherham, then well, that's a pie and a pint curdler isn't it! RobH2O .
  • Score: 5

12:24pm Fri 1 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

alan7554 wrote:
this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.
Blimey, I consider myself to have been 'slg'd', whatever that is and currently looking through the dictionary to find out what a 'barcleys' is. So what? The reality is that when you Dingles get hammered every week you, as a fan with no foresight, will become sad and dejected. It will not be enjoyable to watch world class players unless they're on your side (I speak as I have experience of both watching our own past world class players and latterly watching those of others). Note you don't even have any Premership class players and have added to them from the Championship reserve bargain bucket. Your team morale will start to drop and you'll return to the Championship in a far worse state than when you left. Most probably without Shorn Douche. Premiership - might as well be the moon as far as you're concerned.

Still, on the bright side your Directors will have fat pockets and that's worth a trophy in anyones money.

And finally, is a eunoch not a human being? The best bit about you lot is that when the inevitable happens you won't be able to do yourselves any harm as there is nothing sharp in Bumley.
[quote][p][bold]alan7554[/bold] wrote: this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.[/p][/quote]Blimey, I consider myself to have been 'slg'd', whatever that is and currently looking through the dictionary to find out what a 'barcleys' is. So what? The reality is that when you Dingles get hammered every week you, as a fan with no foresight, will become sad and dejected. It will not be enjoyable to watch world class players unless they're on your side (I speak as I have experience of both watching our own past world class players and latterly watching those of others). Note you don't even have any Premership class players and have added to them from the Championship reserve bargain bucket. Your team morale will start to drop and you'll return to the Championship in a far worse state than when you left. Most probably without Shorn Douche. Premiership - might as well be the moon as far as you're concerned. Still, on the bright side your Directors will have fat pockets and that's worth a trophy in anyones money. And finally, is a eunoch not a human being? The best bit about you lot is that when the inevitable happens you won't be able to do yourselves any harm as there is nothing sharp in Bumley. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -16

12:34pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

mjp 53 wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID
March 9th 2 - 1 Who stuck the ball in the Bas**rds net !!!!!!!!!!
They’re still sobbing.
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID[/p][/quote]March 9th 2 - 1 Who stuck the ball in the Bas**rds net !!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]They’re still sobbing. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 5

12:37pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 4

12:41pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

alan7554 wrote:
this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.
And he hurls insults from behind his keyboard – what a man.
[quote][p][bold]alan7554[/bold] wrote: this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.[/p][/quote]And he hurls insults from behind his keyboard – what a man. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 1

12:43pm Fri 1 Aug 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -6

1:13pm Fri 1 Aug 14

houseclaret says...

Nice post, Hasslem. Now this is the kind of thing I expect from a decent (albeit enemy) fan. You have put it all very well and the main thing I agree with, absolutely, is that the lower leagues (especially the championship) are far more competitive. I won't go into my well worn rant about money spoiling the game etc. but.....well, it has.
Whatever happens to us next season we'll have a good time, but I certainly don't want our board to risk the future of the club by spending stupid money. We are on a survival mission, everybody knows that, so there is no point spending money like we are aiming for Europe.
Nice post, Hasslem. Now this is the kind of thing I expect from a decent (albeit enemy) fan. You have put it all very well and the main thing I agree with, absolutely, is that the lower leagues (especially the championship) are far more competitive. I won't go into my well worn rant about money spoiling the game etc. but.....well, it has. Whatever happens to us next season we'll have a good time, but I certainly don't want our board to risk the future of the club by spending stupid money. We are on a survival mission, everybody knows that, so there is no point spending money like we are aiming for Europe. houseclaret
  • Score: -5

1:15pm Fri 1 Aug 14

34 years says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
One game.

At Ewood Park.

In which Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers.

Which resulted in Blackburn Rovers missing out on a play-off spot.

Which gave Burnley a massive boost and helped them secure automatic promotion.

Which silenced the feeble yapping of the no-dads once and for all.

Which sent the no-dads into a communal depression.

The one game that destroyed the world as you know it.

34 years?..... all gone.

The future is Claret and Blue.... keep looking up!
One game, against the backdrop of our undoubted superiority over you in every single aspect that marks the status of a football club ever since the foundation of or respective teams in the 19th Century. Trophies, support, international caps, league positions, head-to head victories, the stadium, training facilities - shall I go on?

You punched massively above your weight last year and beat us for the first time in 34 years and good luck to you for doing so! The status quo will be restored soon, no doubt about it. Enjoy it while it lasts.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: One game. At Ewood Park. In which Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers. Which resulted in Blackburn Rovers missing out on a play-off spot. Which gave Burnley a massive boost and helped them secure automatic promotion. Which silenced the feeble yapping of the no-dads once and for all. Which sent the no-dads into a communal depression. The one game that destroyed the world as you know it. 34 years?..... all gone. The future is Claret and Blue.... keep looking up![/p][/quote]One game, against the backdrop of our undoubted superiority over you in every single aspect that marks the status of a football club ever since the foundation of or respective teams in the 19th Century. Trophies, support, international caps, league positions, head-to head victories, the stadium, training facilities - shall I go on? You punched massively above your weight last year and beat us for the first time in 34 years and good luck to you for doing so! The status quo will be restored soon, no doubt about it. Enjoy it while it lasts. 34 years
  • Score: -3

1:16pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
LOL!

Listen to the poor old no-dad bleating on about how the Championship is now BETTER than the Premier League just because Blackburn Rovers were relegated in disgrace with a chicken on the pitch and Burnley were promoted after beating the no-dads out of sight.. You really couldn't make up such jealousy.

Why not show a bit of class for once and accept your position as a poor Championship side who has had a taste of the big time on the back of a massive investment from a local businessman/lunatic, and now that all the pennies are gone, you have found your true level. You would never have reached the top flight without that massive and unfair investment, a feat Burnley have achieved twice in 5 years! The Clarets have achieved their position as one of the elite 20 clubs in the country on merit. A completely deserved promotion to the top flight done in the proper manner by spending next to nothing and playing quality football.

Burnley FC are everything you want your shambles of a club to be.

Premier League, debt-free, run by a boardroom full of successful local businessmen who are all lifelong Burnley supporters, building solid foundations for a future at the top, and managed by a top young English manager; whereas Blackburn Rovers are sliding ever downwards, owned by clueless Indian chicken farmers, amassing horrific debts, paying astronomical wages to retain players, and facing the complete and utter humiliation of a transfer ban for cheating the system while all other clubs got their house in order.

Your club, like yourself, is a shambles. You deserve your position and you deserve the FFP spanking that's heading your way in January. It really couldn't happen to a nicer club. The clock is ticking, your debts are rising, and the Venky's are getting twitchy. Administration is just around the corner.

Keep looking up!
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]LOL! Listen to the poor old no-dad bleating on about how the Championship is now BETTER than the Premier League just because Blackburn Rovers were relegated in disgrace with a chicken on the pitch and Burnley were promoted after beating the no-dads out of sight.. You really couldn't make up such jealousy. Why not show a bit of class for once and accept your position as a poor Championship side who has had a taste of the big time on the back of a massive investment from a local businessman/lunatic, and now that all the pennies are gone, you have found your true level. You would never have reached the top flight without that massive and unfair investment, a feat Burnley have achieved twice in 5 years! The Clarets have achieved their position as one of the elite 20 clubs in the country on merit. A completely deserved promotion to the top flight done in the proper manner by spending next to nothing and playing quality football. Burnley FC are everything you want your shambles of a club to be. Premier League, debt-free, run by a boardroom full of successful local businessmen who are all lifelong Burnley supporters, building solid foundations for a future at the top, and managed by a top young English manager; whereas Blackburn Rovers are sliding ever downwards, owned by clueless Indian chicken farmers, amassing horrific debts, paying astronomical wages to retain players, and facing the complete and utter humiliation of a transfer ban for cheating the system while all other clubs got their house in order. Your club, like yourself, is a shambles. You deserve your position and you deserve the FFP spanking that's heading your way in January. It really couldn't happen to a nicer club. The clock is ticking, your debts are rising, and the Venky's are getting twitchy. Administration is just around the corner. Keep looking up! Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 6

1:19pm Fri 1 Aug 14

34 years says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
LOL!

Listen to the poor old no-dad bleating on about how the Championship is now BETTER than the Premier League just because Blackburn Rovers were relegated in disgrace with a chicken on the pitch and Burnley were promoted after beating the no-dads out of sight.. You really couldn't make up such jealousy.

Why not show a bit of class for once and accept your position as a poor Championship side who has had a taste of the big time on the back of a massive investment from a local businessman/lunatic, and now that all the pennies are gone, you have found your true level. You would never have reached the top flight without that massive and unfair investment, a feat Burnley have achieved twice in 5 years! The Clarets have achieved their position as one of the elite 20 clubs in the country on merit. A completely deserved promotion to the top flight done in the proper manner by spending next to nothing and playing quality football.

Burnley FC are everything you want your shambles of a club to be.

Premier League, debt-free, run by a boardroom full of successful local businessmen who are all lifelong Burnley supporters, building solid foundations for a future at the top, and managed by a top young English manager; whereas Blackburn Rovers are sliding ever downwards, owned by clueless Indian chicken farmers, amassing horrific debts, paying astronomical wages to retain players, and facing the complete and utter humiliation of a transfer ban for cheating the system while all other clubs got their house in order.

Your club, like yourself, is a shambles. You deserve your position and you deserve the FFP spanking that's heading your way in January. It really couldn't happen to a nicer club. The clock is ticking, your debts are rising, and the Venky's are getting twitchy. Administration is just around the corner.

Keep looking up!
What?!!
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]LOL! Listen to the poor old no-dad bleating on about how the Championship is now BETTER than the Premier League just because Blackburn Rovers were relegated in disgrace with a chicken on the pitch and Burnley were promoted after beating the no-dads out of sight.. You really couldn't make up such jealousy. Why not show a bit of class for once and accept your position as a poor Championship side who has had a taste of the big time on the back of a massive investment from a local businessman/lunatic, and now that all the pennies are gone, you have found your true level. You would never have reached the top flight without that massive and unfair investment, a feat Burnley have achieved twice in 5 years! The Clarets have achieved their position as one of the elite 20 clubs in the country on merit. A completely deserved promotion to the top flight done in the proper manner by spending next to nothing and playing quality football. Burnley FC are everything you want your shambles of a club to be. Premier League, debt-free, run by a boardroom full of successful local businessmen who are all lifelong Burnley supporters, building solid foundations for a future at the top, and managed by a top young English manager; whereas Blackburn Rovers are sliding ever downwards, owned by clueless Indian chicken farmers, amassing horrific debts, paying astronomical wages to retain players, and facing the complete and utter humiliation of a transfer ban for cheating the system while all other clubs got their house in order. Your club, like yourself, is a shambles. You deserve your position and you deserve the FFP spanking that's heading your way in January. It really couldn't happen to a nicer club. The clock is ticking, your debts are rising, and the Venky's are getting twitchy. Administration is just around the corner. Keep looking up![/p][/quote]What?!! 34 years
  • Score: -3

1:23pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

34 years wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
One game.

At Ewood Park.

In which Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers.

Which resulted in Blackburn Rovers missing out on a play-off spot.

Which gave Burnley a massive boost and helped them secure automatic promotion.

Which silenced the feeble yapping of the no-dads once and for all.

Which sent the no-dads into a communal depression.

The one game that destroyed the world as you know it.

34 years?..... all gone.

The future is Claret and Blue.... keep looking up!
One game, against the backdrop of our undoubted superiority over you in every single aspect that marks the status of a football club ever since the foundation of or respective teams in the 19th Century. Trophies, support, international caps, league positions, head-to head victories, the stadium, training facilities - shall I go on?

You punched massively above your weight last year and beat us for the first time in 34 years and good luck to you for doing so! The status quo will be restored soon, no doubt about it. Enjoy it while it lasts.
"against the backdrop of our undoubted superiority over you in every single aspect"

And that just about sums up the level of intellect of the Rovers fans these days. Embarrassing.

Dry those eyes little no-dad.

The roles have been reversed. You had your fun and now its time to pay up. Blackburn Rovers are in debt to the tune of £60m, and about to take a fisting from FFP, whilst the Clarets find themselves a minimum of £120m better off and a member of the Premier League.... you are now quite clearly the little club and should have the decency to accept it.

We beat you. We went up. We kept you down. You have nothing left.
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: One game. At Ewood Park. In which Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers. Which resulted in Blackburn Rovers missing out on a play-off spot. Which gave Burnley a massive boost and helped them secure automatic promotion. Which silenced the feeble yapping of the no-dads once and for all. Which sent the no-dads into a communal depression. The one game that destroyed the world as you know it. 34 years?..... all gone. The future is Claret and Blue.... keep looking up![/p][/quote]One game, against the backdrop of our undoubted superiority over you in every single aspect that marks the status of a football club ever since the foundation of or respective teams in the 19th Century. Trophies, support, international caps, league positions, head-to head victories, the stadium, training facilities - shall I go on? You punched massively above your weight last year and beat us for the first time in 34 years and good luck to you for doing so! The status quo will be restored soon, no doubt about it. Enjoy it while it lasts.[/p][/quote]"against the backdrop of our undoubted superiority over you in every single aspect" And that just about sums up the level of intellect of the Rovers fans these days. Embarrassing. Dry those eyes little no-dad. The roles have been reversed. You had your fun and now its time to pay up. Blackburn Rovers are in debt to the tune of £60m, and about to take a fisting from FFP, whilst the Clarets find themselves a minimum of £120m better off and a member of the Premier League.... you are now quite clearly the little club and should have the decency to accept it. We beat you. We went up. We kept you down. You have nothing left. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 6

1:28pm Fri 1 Aug 14

34 years says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
34 years wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
One game.

At Ewood Park.

In which Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers.

Which resulted in Blackburn Rovers missing out on a play-off spot.

Which gave Burnley a massive boost and helped them secure automatic promotion.

Which silenced the feeble yapping of the no-dads once and for all.

Which sent the no-dads into a communal depression.

The one game that destroyed the world as you know it.

34 years?..... all gone.

The future is Claret and Blue.... keep looking up!
One game, against the backdrop of our undoubted superiority over you in every single aspect that marks the status of a football club ever since the foundation of or respective teams in the 19th Century. Trophies, support, international caps, league positions, head-to head victories, the stadium, training facilities - shall I go on?

You punched massively above your weight last year and beat us for the first time in 34 years and good luck to you for doing so! The status quo will be restored soon, no doubt about it. Enjoy it while it lasts.
"against the backdrop of our undoubted superiority over you in every single aspect"

And that just about sums up the level of intellect of the Rovers fans these days. Embarrassing.

Dry those eyes little no-dad.

The roles have been reversed. You had your fun and now its time to pay up. Blackburn Rovers are in debt to the tune of £60m, and about to take a fisting from FFP, whilst the Clarets find themselves a minimum of £120m better off and a member of the Premier League.... you are now quite clearly the little club and should have the decency to accept it.

We beat you. We went up. We kept you down. You have nothing left.
OK, of all the 'aspects' that I listed that marks the status of any football club, which ones have I got wrong? I have no intellect and await guidance from a higher being.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: One game. At Ewood Park. In which Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers. Which resulted in Blackburn Rovers missing out on a play-off spot. Which gave Burnley a massive boost and helped them secure automatic promotion. Which silenced the feeble yapping of the no-dads once and for all. Which sent the no-dads into a communal depression. The one game that destroyed the world as you know it. 34 years?..... all gone. The future is Claret and Blue.... keep looking up![/p][/quote]One game, against the backdrop of our undoubted superiority over you in every single aspect that marks the status of a football club ever since the foundation of or respective teams in the 19th Century. Trophies, support, international caps, league positions, head-to head victories, the stadium, training facilities - shall I go on? You punched massively above your weight last year and beat us for the first time in 34 years and good luck to you for doing so! The status quo will be restored soon, no doubt about it. Enjoy it while it lasts.[/p][/quote]"against the backdrop of our undoubted superiority over you in every single aspect" And that just about sums up the level of intellect of the Rovers fans these days. Embarrassing. Dry those eyes little no-dad. The roles have been reversed. You had your fun and now its time to pay up. Blackburn Rovers are in debt to the tune of £60m, and about to take a fisting from FFP, whilst the Clarets find themselves a minimum of £120m better off and a member of the Premier League.... you are now quite clearly the little club and should have the decency to accept it. We beat you. We went up. We kept you down. You have nothing left.[/p][/quote]OK, of all the 'aspects' that I listed that marks the status of any football club, which ones have I got wrong? I have no intellect and await guidance from a higher being. 34 years
  • Score: -1

1:36pm Fri 1 Aug 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
LOL!

Listen to the poor old no-dad bleating on about how the Championship is now BETTER than the Premier League just because Blackburn Rovers were relegated in disgrace with a chicken on the pitch and Burnley were promoted after beating the no-dads out of sight.. You really couldn't make up such jealousy.

Why not show a bit of class for once and accept your position as a poor Championship side who has had a taste of the big time on the back of a massive investment from a local businessman/lunatic, and now that all the pennies are gone, you have found your true level. You would never have reached the top flight without that massive and unfair investment, a feat Burnley have achieved twice in 5 years! The Clarets have achieved their position as one of the elite 20 clubs in the country on merit. A completely deserved promotion to the top flight done in the proper manner by spending next to nothing and playing quality football.

Burnley FC are everything you want your shambles of a club to be.

Premier League, debt-free, run by a boardroom full of successful local businessmen who are all lifelong Burnley supporters, building solid foundations for a future at the top, and managed by a top young English manager; whereas Blackburn Rovers are sliding ever downwards, owned by clueless Indian chicken farmers, amassing horrific debts, paying astronomical wages to retain players, and facing the complete and utter humiliation of a transfer ban for cheating the system while all other clubs got their house in order.

Your club, like yourself, is a shambles. You deserve your position and you deserve the FFP spanking that's heading your way in January. It really couldn't happen to a nicer club. The clock is ticking, your debts are rising, and the Venky's are getting twitchy. Administration is just around the corner.

Keep looking up!
there really is no beginning to your intelligence and no end to your stupidity is there?

you are the very reason decent banter, debate, humour and senisbile argument has largely ceased to exist on both rovers pages and now these - the now standard blanking of comments by the administrators for all contributors is a regular occurrence - this is all down to you and your inane drivel - you must be very proud. i hope your fellow dingles do not feel the same way.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]LOL! Listen to the poor old no-dad bleating on about how the Championship is now BETTER than the Premier League just because Blackburn Rovers were relegated in disgrace with a chicken on the pitch and Burnley were promoted after beating the no-dads out of sight.. You really couldn't make up such jealousy. Why not show a bit of class for once and accept your position as a poor Championship side who has had a taste of the big time on the back of a massive investment from a local businessman/lunatic, and now that all the pennies are gone, you have found your true level. You would never have reached the top flight without that massive and unfair investment, a feat Burnley have achieved twice in 5 years! The Clarets have achieved their position as one of the elite 20 clubs in the country on merit. A completely deserved promotion to the top flight done in the proper manner by spending next to nothing and playing quality football. Burnley FC are everything you want your shambles of a club to be. Premier League, debt-free, run by a boardroom full of successful local businessmen who are all lifelong Burnley supporters, building solid foundations for a future at the top, and managed by a top young English manager; whereas Blackburn Rovers are sliding ever downwards, owned by clueless Indian chicken farmers, amassing horrific debts, paying astronomical wages to retain players, and facing the complete and utter humiliation of a transfer ban for cheating the system while all other clubs got their house in order. Your club, like yourself, is a shambles. You deserve your position and you deserve the FFP spanking that's heading your way in January. It really couldn't happen to a nicer club. The clock is ticking, your debts are rising, and the Venky's are getting twitchy. Administration is just around the corner. Keep looking up![/p][/quote]there really is no beginning to your intelligence and no end to your stupidity is there? you are the very reason decent banter, debate, humour and senisbile argument has largely ceased to exist on both rovers pages and now these - the now standard blanking of comments by the administrators for all contributors is a regular occurrence - this is all down to you and your inane drivel - you must be very proud. i hope your fellow dingles do not feel the same way. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -7

1:41pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

I wonder if Gilks/Heaton will be that much of a good thing. Competition is good but we have 2 outstanding keepers here and 1 jersey (not to mention a good 3rd choice). But barring injury who will Dyche start with and what effect will that have if it's not Heaton?
I wonder if Gilks/Heaton will be that much of a good thing. Competition is good but we have 2 outstanding keepers here and 1 jersey (not to mention a good 3rd choice). But barring injury who will Dyche start with and what effect will that have if it's not Heaton? Claretcert
  • Score: 1

1:45pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

34 years wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
One game. What about 34 years?
In the past. Gone.
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.[/p][/quote]One game. What about 34 years?[/p][/quote]In the past. Gone. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 1

1:49pm Fri 1 Aug 14

houseclaret says...

Claretcert wrote:
I wonder if Gilks/Heaton will be that much of a good thing. Competition is good but we have 2 outstanding keepers here and 1 jersey (not to mention a good 3rd choice). But barring injury who will Dyche start with and what effect will that have if it's not Heaton?
He has to start with Heaton. If it ain't broke don't fix it. I'm sure Gilks will understand that.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: I wonder if Gilks/Heaton will be that much of a good thing. Competition is good but we have 2 outstanding keepers here and 1 jersey (not to mention a good 3rd choice). But barring injury who will Dyche start with and what effect will that have if it's not Heaton?[/p][/quote]He has to start with Heaton. If it ain't broke don't fix it. I'm sure Gilks will understand that. houseclaret
  • Score: 1

1:49pm Fri 1 Aug 14

34 years says...

Claretcert wrote:
I wonder if Gilks/Heaton will be that much of a good thing. Competition is good but we have 2 outstanding keepers here and 1 jersey (not to mention a good 3rd choice). But barring injury who will Dyche start with and what effect will that have if it's not Heaton?
I don't think it will do either of them or the club any harm to have them both looking over their shoulders.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: I wonder if Gilks/Heaton will be that much of a good thing. Competition is good but we have 2 outstanding keepers here and 1 jersey (not to mention a good 3rd choice). But barring injury who will Dyche start with and what effect will that have if it's not Heaton?[/p][/quote]I don't think it will do either of them or the club any harm to have them both looking over their shoulders. 34 years
  • Score: 1

2:16pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'.

It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'.

Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'. It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'. Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 9

2:46pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

houseclaret wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
I wonder if Gilks/Heaton will be that much of a good thing. Competition is good but we have 2 outstanding keepers here and 1 jersey (not to mention a good 3rd choice). But barring injury who will Dyche start with and what effect will that have if it's not Heaton?
He has to start with Heaton. If it ain't broke don't fix it. I'm sure Gilks will understand that.
Gilks might sneak over the line on that one in which case will Heaton be affected if so how might it affect the defence overall? Just a though really he was outstanding last season from 1st name on the teamsheet
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: I wonder if Gilks/Heaton will be that much of a good thing. Competition is good but we have 2 outstanding keepers here and 1 jersey (not to mention a good 3rd choice). But barring injury who will Dyche start with and what effect will that have if it's not Heaton?[/p][/quote]He has to start with Heaton. If it ain't broke don't fix it. I'm sure Gilks will understand that.[/p][/quote]Gilks might sneak over the line on that one in which case will Heaton be affected if so how might it affect the defence overall? Just a though really he was outstanding last season from 1st name on the teamsheet Claretcert
  • Score: 2

2:52pm Fri 1 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad.
Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo
Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad. Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

3:13pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Trick82 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
alan7554 wrote:
this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.
Blimey, I consider myself to have been 'slg'd', whatever that is and currently looking through the dictionary to find out what a 'barcleys' is. So what? The reality is that when you Dingles get hammered every week you, as a fan with no foresight, will become sad and dejected. It will not be enjoyable to watch world class players unless they're on your side (I speak as I have experience of both watching our own past world class players and latterly watching those of others). Note you don't even have any Premership class players and have added to them from the Championship reserve bargain bucket. Your team morale will start to drop and you'll return to the Championship in a far worse state than when you left. Most probably without Shorn Douche. Premiership - might as well be the moon as far as you're concerned.

Still, on the bright side your Directors will have fat pockets and that's worth a trophy in anyones money.

And finally, is a eunoch not a human being? The best bit about you lot is that when the inevitable happens you won't be able to do yourselves any harm as there is nothing sharp in Bumley.
translated for anybody who doesn't speak gibberish;
Whinge whinge whinge; "I still can't believe Burnley were promoted in such heroic circumstances last season. They really showed world football that it's not all about money and if you have a good manager, team spirit, board and fans then you don't need to have a side full of world class individuals to be successful. Why can't we at Blackburn emulate their success, why do we only think that finding owners with allegedly millions to spend will help to sort out our footballing woe and restore some faith and pride into Ewood Park. Iam so very jealous of Burnley football club and their fans and the only way I can vent this frustration is by posting constant dribble on Burnley forums, this at least dulls the pain of being Lancashire’s 3rd tier club..... a little"
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]alan7554[/bold] wrote: this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.[/p][/quote]Blimey, I consider myself to have been 'slg'd', whatever that is and currently looking through the dictionary to find out what a 'barcleys' is. So what? The reality is that when you Dingles get hammered every week you, as a fan with no foresight, will become sad and dejected. It will not be enjoyable to watch world class players unless they're on your side (I speak as I have experience of both watching our own past world class players and latterly watching those of others). Note you don't even have any Premership class players and have added to them from the Championship reserve bargain bucket. Your team morale will start to drop and you'll return to the Championship in a far worse state than when you left. Most probably without Shorn Douche. Premiership - might as well be the moon as far as you're concerned. Still, on the bright side your Directors will have fat pockets and that's worth a trophy in anyones money. And finally, is a eunoch not a human being? The best bit about you lot is that when the inevitable happens you won't be able to do yourselves any harm as there is nothing sharp in Bumley.[/p][/quote]translated for anybody who doesn't speak gibberish; Whinge whinge whinge; "I still can't believe Burnley were promoted in such heroic circumstances last season. They really showed world football that it's not all about money and if you have a good manager, team spirit, board and fans then you don't need to have a side full of world class individuals to be successful. Why can't we at Blackburn emulate their success, why do we only think that finding owners with allegedly millions to spend will help to sort out our footballing woe and restore some faith and pride into Ewood Park. Iam so very jealous of Burnley football club and their fans and the only way I can vent this frustration is by posting constant dribble on Burnley forums, this at least dulls the pain of being Lancashire’s 3rd tier club..... a little" Trick82
  • Score: 10

3:24pm Fri 1 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
CUCKOO, CUCKOO, CUCKOO
Sorry everyone, just trying to communicate with this fence post, who has clubbed his head on low hanging branches too often and is now a gibbering half wit.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]CUCKOO, CUCKOO, CUCKOO Sorry everyone, just trying to communicate with this fence post, who has clubbed his head on low hanging branches too often and is now a gibbering half wit. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -13

3:28pm Fri 1 Aug 14

houseclaret says...

Claretcert wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
I wonder if Gilks/Heaton will be that much of a good thing. Competition is good but we have 2 outstanding keepers here and 1 jersey (not to mention a good 3rd choice). But barring injury who will Dyche start with and what effect will that have if it's not Heaton?
He has to start with Heaton. If it ain't broke don't fix it. I'm sure Gilks will understand that.
Gilks might sneak over the line on that one in which case will Heaton be affected if so how might it affect the defence overall? Just a though really he was outstanding last season from 1st name on the teamsheet
Interesting one though. Gilks was outstanding at times at Blackpool and was worth a few points to them last season so I am told.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: I wonder if Gilks/Heaton will be that much of a good thing. Competition is good but we have 2 outstanding keepers here and 1 jersey (not to mention a good 3rd choice). But barring injury who will Dyche start with and what effect will that have if it's not Heaton?[/p][/quote]He has to start with Heaton. If it ain't broke don't fix it. I'm sure Gilks will understand that.[/p][/quote]Gilks might sneak over the line on that one in which case will Heaton be affected if so how might it affect the defence overall? Just a though really he was outstanding last season from 1st name on the teamsheet[/p][/quote]Interesting one though. Gilks was outstanding at times at Blackpool and was worth a few points to them last season so I am told. houseclaret
  • Score: 2

3:37pm Fri 1 Aug 14

mjp 53 says...

34 years wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
One game. What about 34 years?
What about 5 years and counting, soon be 34 before we play you again. 2-1 to the Burnley..
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.[/p][/quote]One game. What about 34 years?[/p][/quote]What about 5 years and counting, soon be 34 before we play you again. 2-1 to the Burnley.. mjp 53
  • Score: 6

3:38pm Fri 1 Aug 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'.

It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'.

Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.
clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed

i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure)

you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's)

you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list

maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile)

you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me.

don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own.

you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along.

come back when you have something more sensible to say.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'. It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'. Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.[/p][/quote]clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure) you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's) you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile) you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me. don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own. you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along. come back when you have something more sensible to say. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -16

3:43pm Fri 1 Aug 14

mjp 53 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
alan7554 wrote:
this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.
Blimey, I consider myself to have been 'slg'd', whatever that is and currently looking through the dictionary to find out what a 'barcleys' is. So what? The reality is that when you Dingles get hammered every week you, as a fan with no foresight, will become sad and dejected. It will not be enjoyable to watch world class players unless they're on your side (I speak as I have experience of both watching our own past world class players and latterly watching those of others). Note you don't even have any Premership class players and have added to them from the Championship reserve bargain bucket. Your team morale will start to drop and you'll return to the Championship in a far worse state than when you left. Most probably without Shorn Douche. Premiership - might as well be the moon as far as you're concerned.

Still, on the bright side your Directors will have fat pockets and that's worth a trophy in anyones money.

And finally, is a eunoch not a human being? The best bit about you lot is that when the inevitable happens you won't be able to do yourselves any harm as there is nothing sharp in Bumley.
Nothing sharp in your house Barry either, and that includes you, my miniature foreskin , chicken eating, horse lover !!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]alan7554[/bold] wrote: this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.[/p][/quote]Blimey, I consider myself to have been 'slg'd', whatever that is and currently looking through the dictionary to find out what a 'barcleys' is. So what? The reality is that when you Dingles get hammered every week you, as a fan with no foresight, will become sad and dejected. It will not be enjoyable to watch world class players unless they're on your side (I speak as I have experience of both watching our own past world class players and latterly watching those of others). Note you don't even have any Premership class players and have added to them from the Championship reserve bargain bucket. Your team morale will start to drop and you'll return to the Championship in a far worse state than when you left. Most probably without Shorn Douche. Premiership - might as well be the moon as far as you're concerned. Still, on the bright side your Directors will have fat pockets and that's worth a trophy in anyones money. And finally, is a eunoch not a human being? The best bit about you lot is that when the inevitable happens you won't be able to do yourselves any harm as there is nothing sharp in Bumley.[/p][/quote]Nothing sharp in your house Barry either, and that includes you, my miniature foreskin , chicken eating, horse lover !!!!!! mjp 53
  • Score: 13

3:51pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'.

It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'.

Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.
Thanks HH. Sensible post and sorry for the earlier 'reply' which i think must be a 'cloned' account.

My fear is that Burnley are too small to survive. We'll get gobbled up and spat out. With season ticket sales going the way they have been, i also fear we'll have a three quarters empty stadium. Again.

As much as it pains me, Rovers' two decades of Premier League football is a beacon of hope to smaller clubs like Burnley, Wigan, Blackpool etc. There's nothing false in what Rovers achieved, it was very real and it is that reality that infuriates Burnley fans to the point of eczema.

Of course you were a top Division 2 team for most of the 80's playing a largely attractive and attacking brand of football and winning the Full Members Cup along the way, watched by 30,000 Rovers fans which convince Jack Walker of the potential there still was at the club.

Whilst all that was happening Burnley were bottom of Division 4. I feel our natural level is more or less Championship but i fully intend to enjoy our brief stint in the Premier League and hope that we can give it a right good go.

It is a shame that with all the radio, sponsorship and TV money dwarfing gate receipts that our board of directors could not have taken the principled stance your lot have done and reduced Season Ticket prices.

It is yet another shameful episode in the history of Burnley....John Bond was bad but who could forget what Bob Lord did to Accrington Stanley?

Our position in the Premier League may be false but remember Barnsley staying up under Jewell al those years ago?

Rovers are on the up, that is my reading of things and with your Season Ticket sales outstripping ours, that magnificent stadium, a never ending stream of Youth Academy talent, your medical facilities and a club which resonates with history and tradition it is only a matter of time before Rovers (as much as i hate to day it) are back where they belong. In the Premier League.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'. It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'. Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.[/p][/quote]Thanks HH. Sensible post and sorry for the earlier 'reply' which i think must be a 'cloned' account. My fear is that Burnley are too small to survive. We'll get gobbled up and spat out. With season ticket sales going the way they have been, i also fear we'll have a three quarters empty stadium. Again. As much as it pains me, Rovers' two decades of Premier League football is a beacon of hope to smaller clubs like Burnley, Wigan, Blackpool etc. There's nothing false in what Rovers achieved, it was very real and it is that reality that infuriates Burnley fans to the point of eczema. Of course you were a top Division 2 team for most of the 80's playing a largely attractive and attacking brand of football and winning the Full Members Cup along the way, watched by 30,000 Rovers fans which convince Jack Walker of the potential there still was at the club. Whilst all that was happening Burnley were bottom of Division 4. I feel our natural level is more or less Championship but i fully intend to enjoy our brief stint in the Premier League and hope that we can give it a right good go. It is a shame that with all the radio, sponsorship and TV money dwarfing gate receipts that our board of directors could not have taken the principled stance your lot have done and reduced Season Ticket prices. It is yet another shameful episode in the history of Burnley....John Bond was bad but who could forget what Bob Lord did to Accrington Stanley? Our position in the Premier League may be false but remember Barnsley staying up under Jewell al those years ago? Rovers are on the up, that is my reading of things and with your Season Ticket sales outstripping ours, that magnificent stadium, a never ending stream of Youth Academy talent, your medical facilities and a club which resonates with history and tradition it is only a matter of time before Rovers (as much as i hate to day it) are back where they belong. In the Premier League. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -3

4:12pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'.

It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'.

Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.
clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed

i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure)

you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's)

you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list

maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile)

you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me.

don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own.

you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along.

come back when you have something more sensible to say.
Fair points HH. As i said in my reply to your post, the one you have just replied to his a 'cloned' account and has thusly been reported.

You mention the envy and bitterness about Jack Walker but in truth it had begun much earlier, when we dropped like a bucket of sh*t through the Divisions - the protests, the in-fighting, the anger towards the board....John Bond.

Then along came your Jack Walker. As a result Rovers won the Premier League surpassing Burnley's two. 18 years in the Premier League, putting two decades distance between the length of time spent in the top division between the two clubs. A new stadium - is was felt Turf Moor was superior to Ewood Park until then. And none of that 'damage' can be undone.

Every club wanted and continues to search for their own Jack Walker but in truth can never find one. Whilst most other clubs find their "sugar daddies" at the bottom of an oil well or on the Stock Market floor, Blackburn Rovers found Jack Walker in The Blackburn End, standing shoulder to shoulder with his fellow Rovers fans.

There is a solid moral feel to that.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'. It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'. Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.[/p][/quote]clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure) you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's) you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile) you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me. don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own. you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along. come back when you have something more sensible to say.[/p][/quote]Fair points HH. As i said in my reply to your post, the one you have just replied to his a 'cloned' account and has thusly been reported. You mention the envy and bitterness about Jack Walker but in truth it had begun much earlier, when we dropped like a bucket of sh*t through the Divisions - the protests, the in-fighting, the anger towards the board....John Bond. Then along came your Jack Walker. As a result Rovers won the Premier League surpassing Burnley's two. 18 years in the Premier League, putting two decades distance between the length of time spent in the top division between the two clubs. A new stadium - is was felt Turf Moor was superior to Ewood Park until then. And none of that 'damage' can be undone. Every club wanted and continues to search for their own Jack Walker but in truth can never find one. Whilst most other clubs find their "sugar daddies" at the bottom of an oil well or on the Stock Market floor, Blackburn Rovers found Jack Walker in The Blackburn End, standing shoulder to shoulder with his fellow Rovers fans. There is a solid moral feel to that. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -8

4:19pm Fri 1 Aug 14

mjp 53 says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad.
Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo
Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.
Still here Barry, didn't think you could get rid of me that easily did you my intellectually challenged friend. I wonder if the LET will let me publish your address in Wilpshire so that everyone could visit you and pass on their regards in person. Wonder who would answer the door would it be Fake Villa , Ted Maul, Super Claret, Turf Moor Tom or AP4B, or any more of your multiple personas.
Do us all a favour and go and annoy some other poor souls who might respond to the drivel you pour out all the time.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad. Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.[/p][/quote]Still here Barry, didn't think you could get rid of me that easily did you my intellectually challenged friend. I wonder if the LET will let me publish your address in Wilpshire so that everyone could visit you and pass on their regards in person. Wonder who would answer the door would it be Fake Villa , Ted Maul, Super Claret, Turf Moor Tom or AP4B, or any more of your multiple personas. Do us all a favour and go and annoy some other poor souls who might respond to the drivel you pour out all the time. mjp 53
  • Score: 10

4:20pm Fri 1 Aug 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'.

It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'.

Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.
clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed

i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure)

you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's)

you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list

maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile)

you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me.

don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own.

you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along.

come back when you have something more sensible to say.
Fair points HH. As i said in my reply to your post, the one you have just replied to his a 'cloned' account and has thusly been reported.

You mention the envy and bitterness about Jack Walker but in truth it had begun much earlier, when we dropped like a bucket of sh*t through the Divisions - the protests, the in-fighting, the anger towards the board....John Bond.

Then along came your Jack Walker. As a result Rovers won the Premier League surpassing Burnley's two. 18 years in the Premier League, putting two decades distance between the length of time spent in the top division between the two clubs. A new stadium - is was felt Turf Moor was superior to Ewood Park until then. And none of that 'damage' can be undone.

Every club wanted and continues to search for their own Jack Walker but in truth can never find one. Whilst most other clubs find their "sugar daddies" at the bottom of an oil well or on the Stock Market floor, Blackburn Rovers found Jack Walker in The Blackburn End, standing shoulder to shoulder with his fellow Rovers fans.

There is a solid moral feel to that.
glad we cleared that one up
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'. It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'. Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.[/p][/quote]clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure) you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's) you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile) you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me. don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own. you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along. come back when you have something more sensible to say.[/p][/quote]Fair points HH. As i said in my reply to your post, the one you have just replied to his a 'cloned' account and has thusly been reported. You mention the envy and bitterness about Jack Walker but in truth it had begun much earlier, when we dropped like a bucket of sh*t through the Divisions - the protests, the in-fighting, the anger towards the board....John Bond. Then along came your Jack Walker. As a result Rovers won the Premier League surpassing Burnley's two. 18 years in the Premier League, putting two decades distance between the length of time spent in the top division between the two clubs. A new stadium - is was felt Turf Moor was superior to Ewood Park until then. And none of that 'damage' can be undone. Every club wanted and continues to search for their own Jack Walker but in truth can never find one. Whilst most other clubs find their "sugar daddies" at the bottom of an oil well or on the Stock Market floor, Blackburn Rovers found Jack Walker in The Blackburn End, standing shoulder to shoulder with his fellow Rovers fans. There is a solid moral feel to that.[/p][/quote]glad we cleared that one up hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -9

4:37pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'.

It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'.

Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.
clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed

i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure)

you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's)

you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list

maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile)

you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me.

don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own.

you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along.

come back when you have something more sensible to say.
Fair points HH. As i said in my reply to your post, the one you have just replied to his a 'cloned' account and has thusly been reported.

You mention the envy and bitterness about Jack Walker but in truth it had begun much earlier, when we dropped like a bucket of sh*t through the Divisions - the protests, the in-fighting, the anger towards the board....John Bond.

Then along came your Jack Walker. As a result Rovers won the Premier League surpassing Burnley's two. 18 years in the Premier League, putting two decades distance between the length of time spent in the top division between the two clubs. A new stadium - is was felt Turf Moor was superior to Ewood Park until then. And none of that 'damage' can be undone.

Every club wanted and continues to search for their own Jack Walker but in truth can never find one. Whilst most other clubs find their "sugar daddies" at the bottom of an oil well or on the Stock Market floor, Blackburn Rovers found Jack Walker in The Blackburn End, standing shoulder to shoulder with his fellow Rovers fans.

There is a solid moral feel to that.
glad we cleared that one up
That's perfectly fine, HH. I see no reason why we cannot be gentlemanly about this.

It is hard to describe the psychological trauma that relegation to Division 3 in 1980 whilst Rovers were promoted from Division 3 (and who have never looked back since) has wrought upon the Burnley mindset. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. And that is not sarcasm.

We've had to look on helplessly as Rovers went from strength to strength,; rewriting history and, well, making history too.

Then there were the humiliations; Boxing Day defeats, Easter trouncings, further relegations, the plane stunt (it might be common currency now but boy was that an original effort!) and then....you-know-who came along and the damage cannot be undone.

We have even have Blackburn post code we are even in the Church of England Diocese of Blackburn! (I know a member of your family is a man of God and converses with the Almighty).

Economically Blackburn is bigger...socially and culturally too from the "Blackburn - Home of the Rave" moniker to that whole New Order thing....

...Ray Ban calls us "Scrubbers with money". Jack did it with class.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'. It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'. Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.[/p][/quote]clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure) you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's) you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile) you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me. don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own. you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along. come back when you have something more sensible to say.[/p][/quote]Fair points HH. As i said in my reply to your post, the one you have just replied to his a 'cloned' account and has thusly been reported. You mention the envy and bitterness about Jack Walker but in truth it had begun much earlier, when we dropped like a bucket of sh*t through the Divisions - the protests, the in-fighting, the anger towards the board....John Bond. Then along came your Jack Walker. As a result Rovers won the Premier League surpassing Burnley's two. 18 years in the Premier League, putting two decades distance between the length of time spent in the top division between the two clubs. A new stadium - is was felt Turf Moor was superior to Ewood Park until then. And none of that 'damage' can be undone. Every club wanted and continues to search for their own Jack Walker but in truth can never find one. Whilst most other clubs find their "sugar daddies" at the bottom of an oil well or on the Stock Market floor, Blackburn Rovers found Jack Walker in The Blackburn End, standing shoulder to shoulder with his fellow Rovers fans. There is a solid moral feel to that.[/p][/quote]glad we cleared that one up[/p][/quote]That's perfectly fine, HH. I see no reason why we cannot be gentlemanly about this. It is hard to describe the psychological trauma that relegation to Division 3 in 1980 whilst Rovers were promoted from Division 3 (and who have never looked back since) has wrought upon the Burnley mindset. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. And that is not sarcasm. We've had to look on helplessly as Rovers went from strength to strength,; rewriting history and, well, making history too. Then there were the humiliations; Boxing Day defeats, Easter trouncings, further relegations, the plane stunt (it might be common currency now but boy was that an original effort!) and then....you-know-who came along and the damage cannot be undone. We have even have Blackburn post code we are even in the Church of England Diocese of Blackburn! (I know a member of your family is a man of God and converses with the Almighty). Economically Blackburn is bigger...socially and culturally too from the "Blackburn - Home of the Rave" moniker to that whole New Order thing.... ...Ray Ban calls us "Scrubbers with money". Jack did it with class. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -2

4:49pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
LOL!

Listen to the poor old no-dad bleating on about how the Championship is now BETTER than the Premier League just because Blackburn Rovers were relegated in disgrace with a chicken on the pitch and Burnley were promoted after beating the no-dads out of sight.. You really couldn't make up such jealousy.

Why not show a bit of class for once and accept your position as a poor Championship side who has had a taste of the big time on the back of a massive investment from a local businessman/lunatic, and now that all the pennies are gone, you have found your true level. You would never have reached the top flight without that massive and unfair investment, a feat Burnley have achieved twice in 5 years! The Clarets have achieved their position as one of the elite 20 clubs in the country on merit. A completely deserved promotion to the top flight done in the proper manner by spending next to nothing and playing quality football.

Burnley FC are everything you want your shambles of a club to be.

Premier League, debt-free, run by a boardroom full of successful local businessmen who are all lifelong Burnley supporters, building solid foundations for a future at the top, and managed by a top young English manager; whereas Blackburn Rovers are sliding ever downwards, owned by clueless Indian chicken farmers, amassing horrific debts, paying astronomical wages to retain players, and facing the complete and utter humiliation of a transfer ban for cheating the system while all other clubs got their house in order.

Your club, like yourself, is a shambles. You deserve your position and you deserve the FFP spanking that's heading your way in January. It really couldn't happen to a nicer club. The clock is ticking, your debts are rising, and the Venky's are getting twitchy. Administration is just around the corner.

Keep looking up!
there really is no beginning to your intelligence and no end to your stupidity is there?

you are the very reason decent banter, debate, humour and senisbile argument has largely ceased to exist on both rovers pages and now these - the now standard blanking of comments by the administrators for all contributors is a regular occurrence - this is all down to you and your inane drivel - you must be very proud. i hope your fellow dingles do not feel the same way.
You walked into this one alright.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.
This is rich coming from one of you lot. Do you ever read your own lot’s postings? Anyway Einstein what do you do on your night off ‘Split the Atom’? Perhaps you should converse with MENSA.
It has been superb watching Burnley this season. They have rarely not played well and they have served up some excellent entertainment. Any sportsman or team should aspire to play against the best and through the achievement of promotion that is what they will do. No matter what happens from now we will see them give their very best and you can’t wish for more than that.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]LOL! Listen to the poor old no-dad bleating on about how the Championship is now BETTER than the Premier League just because Blackburn Rovers were relegated in disgrace with a chicken on the pitch and Burnley were promoted after beating the no-dads out of sight.. You really couldn't make up such jealousy. Why not show a bit of class for once and accept your position as a poor Championship side who has had a taste of the big time on the back of a massive investment from a local businessman/lunatic, and now that all the pennies are gone, you have found your true level. You would never have reached the top flight without that massive and unfair investment, a feat Burnley have achieved twice in 5 years! The Clarets have achieved their position as one of the elite 20 clubs in the country on merit. A completely deserved promotion to the top flight done in the proper manner by spending next to nothing and playing quality football. Burnley FC are everything you want your shambles of a club to be. Premier League, debt-free, run by a boardroom full of successful local businessmen who are all lifelong Burnley supporters, building solid foundations for a future at the top, and managed by a top young English manager; whereas Blackburn Rovers are sliding ever downwards, owned by clueless Indian chicken farmers, amassing horrific debts, paying astronomical wages to retain players, and facing the complete and utter humiliation of a transfer ban for cheating the system while all other clubs got their house in order. Your club, like yourself, is a shambles. You deserve your position and you deserve the FFP spanking that's heading your way in January. It really couldn't happen to a nicer club. The clock is ticking, your debts are rising, and the Venky's are getting twitchy. Administration is just around the corner. Keep looking up![/p][/quote]there really is no beginning to your intelligence and no end to your stupidity is there? you are the very reason decent banter, debate, humour and senisbile argument has largely ceased to exist on both rovers pages and now these - the now standard blanking of comments by the administrators for all contributors is a regular occurrence - this is all down to you and your inane drivel - you must be very proud. i hope your fellow dingles do not feel the same way.[/p][/quote]You walked into this one alright. chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. This is rich coming from one of you lot. Do you ever read your own lot’s postings? Anyway Einstein what do you do on your night off ‘Split the Atom’? Perhaps you should converse with MENSA. It has been superb watching Burnley this season. They have rarely not played well and they have served up some excellent entertainment. Any sportsman or team should aspire to play against the best and through the achievement of promotion that is what they will do. No matter what happens from now we will see them give their very best and you can’t wish for more than that. tall in the saddle
  • Score: -4

4:55pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad.
Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo
Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.
Heaton for England. Trippier for England. Shackell for England. Arfield for Scotland. Oh and Ings for England. Now get knotted Tommy Tit face.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad. Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.[/p][/quote]Heaton for England. Trippier for England. Shackell for England. Arfield for Scotland. Oh and Ings for England. Now get knotted Tommy Tit face. tall in the saddle
  • Score: -2

5:18pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'.

It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'.

Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.
clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed

i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure)

you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's)

you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list

maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile)

you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me.

don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own.

you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along.

come back when you have something more sensible to say.
So says Dr Einstein of E. Lancs. So you better believe it folks.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'. It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'. Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.[/p][/quote]clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure) you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's) you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile) you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me. don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own. you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along. come back when you have something more sensible to say.[/p][/quote]So says Dr Einstein of E. Lancs. So you better believe it folks. tall in the saddle
  • Score: -1

5:20pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad.
Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo
Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.
Heaton for England. Trippier for England. Shackell for England. Arfield for Scotland. Oh and Ings for England. Now get knotted Tommy Tit face.
Now then, looks like we have another person 'cloning' accounts and using foul and abusive language - IN MY NAME!

I'm all for a bit of banter, lets face it, Rovers have been Lording it over us since 1980.... it's about time we tried to give some back but play ground name calling is embarrassing.

Burnley might be a Premier League football club but in the banter stakes, Rovers fans are in the Champions League!

Ok....to be fair, i doubt any of those Burnley players named above by my 'clone' will ever be regular England international's. They may stand a chance if they go to a club with pedigree.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad. Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.[/p][/quote]Heaton for England. Trippier for England. Shackell for England. Arfield for Scotland. Oh and Ings for England. Now get knotted Tommy Tit face.[/p][/quote]Now then, looks like we have another person 'cloning' accounts and using foul and abusive language - IN MY NAME! I'm all for a bit of banter, lets face it, Rovers have been Lording it over us since 1980.... it's about time we tried to give some back but play ground name calling is embarrassing. Burnley might be a Premier League football club but in the banter stakes, Rovers fans are in the Champions League! Ok....to be fair, i doubt any of those Burnley players named above by my 'clone' will ever be regular England international's. They may stand a chance if they go to a club with pedigree. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 5

5:20pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID
March 9th 2014. And I was there (Max Boyce). Sob, sob, sob and more sobbing for at least three months
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID[/p][/quote]March 9th 2014. And I was there (Max Boyce). Sob, sob, sob and more sobbing for at least three months tall in the saddle
  • Score: -2

5:22pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered.

Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley.

They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.
chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries.

now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful.

yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv)

the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season

the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem

no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain
So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'.

It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'.

Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.
clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed

i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure)

you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's)

you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list

maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile)

you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me.

don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own.

you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along.

come back when you have something more sensible to say.
So says Dr Einstein of E. Lancs. So you better believe it folks.
What i don't believe is your poor attempt at cloning my name and posting childish sexist language. You need to be reported and have been. Children read these pages.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: How sad is it that the Blackburn fans' best banter is that they are going to love watching us get beat in the PL next season?? It is completely and utterly the saddest example of oneupmanship that I have ever encountered. Every single one of the extended Blackburn family would absolutely love to be in our shoes and to be playing the top flight next season instead of clunking around in the Chumpionship, and the way I see it, when the likes of TurfMoorTwat, AP4B, Keano and Georgie Girl make an anti-Burnley comment it is just their inane jealousy and the fact that they wish soooo much that they were had half as good a team as Burnley. They actually deserve our sympathy, not our ridicule.[/p][/quote]chuck - i will engage with you as you seem to be a dingle that actually possesses more than the standard issue number of brain cells than the majority of your fellow contemporaries. now to some extent you are correct about swapping places BUT in another way you are wrong and i have always argued this point with fellow rovers fans. don't get me wrong the times from 92 - 97 were great until it all fell apart under kidd. then when we came back up were were stable under souness and a real force under sparky - but the drudgery of ince, allardyce and keane were awful. yes, in theory its great playing all the big city fat-cat clubs in the prem - but season after season you know that you are either going to get a right hammering off them or that your team is going to play a containment game that means boring the arse of supporters in yet another 0-0 draw (see allardyce's cv) the difference in perspective is due to length of time in the league - to date, your mob have only enjoyed one season in the prem - and yeah, all fresh, new and shiny. when we went up at the start of the millennium same for us (again) - but we stayed up for 11 years (incidentally our longest ever post-war stay in the top flight - all post jack walker) and it became an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds - see if you can be bothered to afford to go to chelsea, spuds and arsenal season after season the difference in the championship (and probably lower leagues) is the games are much more competitive and there is more of a meritocracy in the clubs as opposed to some jabba the hut type select few money making machines. its more fun to go to away grounds - sure there are k.nobheads at every club but the banter and gallows humour is miles better as you go out of the prem no doubt - yo will have a good time in your season in the sunshine - enjoy it - but like people that live in the desert - you can have too much of a good thing and nowt can beat fish n chips on the front at grimsby on a wet tuesday october night - - but then again as you have said, you are a fair-weather supporter and leave when it starts to rain[/p][/quote]So the basic premise of this rambling post is that you actually PREFER to be in the Championship, because the Premier League is 'an endurance as well as a total rip-off at away grounds'. It is funny because when Burnley fans used the self same argument a few years ago about the Championship being much more competitive and entertaining than the Premier League - do you know what you Blackburn fans did? Laughed and called us 'ambitionless' and mocked us for being in 'The Chumpionship'. Whether or not we come straight back down or not, one thing is for sure, we are a much better run club, a much more financially secure club, a club with much better players and have supporters who's vision is not clouded by year upon year of having a superiority complex over their rivals. Blackburn are seriously struggling to come to terms with being back at their natural level - a mid-table Division Two side which is exactly what you were before Jack Walker started using his kids' inheritance to falsely inflate your position in the footballing scheme of things.[/p][/quote]clearly you are not as intelligent as i originally believed i did not say i prefer - merely pointing out that there were plus points and minus points to being in the premier league and looking forward to getting beat twice a season by united, liverpool and arsenal is one of the major negatives and when it happens time after time - those games become less glamorous as each defeat unfolds - you have not visited those away grounds season after season after forking our £50 for the honour of sitting in awful seats (although the emirates is a pleasure) you clearly are extraordinarily bitter about jack walker spending his money on summat he loved - would you not like to do the same for burnley if you were suitably well endowed (i assume yours is the size of a hamster's) you are clearly as idiotic as your pal that keeps getting banned if you think that rovers supporters in the majority did not realise that it couldn't last for ever - but we did manage 11yrs in the premier league without jack's largesse - and i wouldn't worry about his kids inheritance - the walker family still appear year after year in the sunday times rich list maybe i was guilty of giving you an ounce of credibility - and you blew it - back down with your mate super clot or look up my sister's skirt (or whatever its nom de plume is this week before another banning for its vile distasteful bile) you may, for the moment, be a better run club - but ask yourself where the money went last time - and guess who is back on your board? and yes you have a more organised team than we do - but much better players? really - do you think so? seems like you have an over inflated sense of superiority to me. don't try to remove the speck from your neighbour's eye when you have a plank in your own. you still keep self-harming yourself over jack doing some good for his home town....now run along. come back when you have something more sensible to say.[/p][/quote]So says Dr Einstein of E. Lancs. So you better believe it folks.[/p][/quote]What i don't believe is your poor attempt at cloning my name and posting childish sexist language. You need to be reported and have been. Children read these pages. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 2

5:22pm Fri 1 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad.
Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo
Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.
Whereas you do it while your sober.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad. Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.[/p][/quote]Whereas you do it while your sober. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 8

5:25pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad.
Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo
Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.
You know it’s really something to look forward to. Us having at least half a team of current international players. Do you think Reg might get capped?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad. Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.[/p][/quote]You know it’s really something to look forward to. Us having at least half a team of current international players. Do you think Reg might get capped? tall in the saddle
  • Score: 2

5:28pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad.
Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo
Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.
Heaton for England. Trippier for England. Shackell for England. Arfield for Scotland. Oh and Ings for England. Now get knotted Tommy Tit face.
Now then, looks like we have another person 'cloning' accounts and using foul and abusive language - IN MY NAME!

I'm all for a bit of banter, lets face it, Rovers have been Lording it over us since 1980.... it's about time we tried to give some back but play ground name calling is embarrassing.

Burnley might be a Premier League football club but in the banter stakes, Rovers fans are in the Champions League!

Ok....to be fair, i doubt any of those Burnley players named above by my 'clone' will ever be regular England international's. They may stand a chance if they go to a club with pedigree.
As you can see Tit face is cloning me now. So no more comments from me. What a prat. I’m going to report you.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad. Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.[/p][/quote]Heaton for England. Trippier for England. Shackell for England. Arfield for Scotland. Oh and Ings for England. Now get knotted Tommy Tit face.[/p][/quote]Now then, looks like we have another person 'cloning' accounts and using foul and abusive language - IN MY NAME! I'm all for a bit of banter, lets face it, Rovers have been Lording it over us since 1980.... it's about time we tried to give some back but play ground name calling is embarrassing. Burnley might be a Premier League football club but in the banter stakes, Rovers fans are in the Champions League! Ok....to be fair, i doubt any of those Burnley players named above by my 'clone' will ever be regular England international's. They may stand a chance if they go to a club with pedigree.[/p][/quote]As you can see Tit face is cloning me now. So no more comments from me. What a prat. I’m going to report you. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 0

5:33pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID
March 9th 2014. And I was there (Max Boyce). Sob, sob, sob and more sobbing for at least three months
I was there, i was in The Riverside - though i kept my mouth shut! LOL.

So my dear clone, they say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery...let me tell you this, the Rovers fans that day did get behind their team and to be fair, i think they took a rough defeat on the chin.

What i will say is that our supporters were very quiet until the last 20 min's. To me that's fickle. Our best chance in 35 years....35 years of hurt....35 years of shell shock....and a once proud club at it's weakest...gutted... Torn apart from the inside out....i smelt blood... I was looking forward to seeing MY fans rock the magnificent Brian Douglas Darwen End and yet...and yet for 70 min's? Nothing. Sure, I'm pleased to say our lot made some noise during the last 20 min's but please....our 35 year hoodoo ended we could and should have rocked Ewood Park.

Bit of a damp squib really.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait. RTID[/p][/quote]March 9th 2014. And I was there (Max Boyce). Sob, sob, sob and more sobbing for at least three months[/p][/quote]I was there, i was in The Riverside - though i kept my mouth shut! LOL. So my dear clone, they say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery...let me tell you this, the Rovers fans that day did get behind their team and to be fair, i think they took a rough defeat on the chin. What i will say is that our supporters were very quiet until the last 20 min's. To me that's fickle. Our best chance in 35 years....35 years of hurt....35 years of shell shock....and a once proud club at it's weakest...gutted... Torn apart from the inside out....i smelt blood... I was looking forward to seeing MY fans rock the magnificent Brian Douglas Darwen End and yet...and yet for 70 min's? Nothing. Sure, I'm pleased to say our lot made some noise during the last 20 min's but please....our 35 year hoodoo ended we could and should have rocked Ewood Park. Bit of a damp squib really. tall in the saddle
  • Score: -3

6:02pm Fri 1 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

mjp 53 wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad.
Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo
Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.
Still here Barry, didn't think you could get rid of me that easily did you my intellectually challenged friend. I wonder if the LET will let me publish your address in Wilpshire so that everyone could visit you and pass on their regards in person. Wonder who would answer the door would it be Fake Villa , Ted Maul, Super Claret, Turf Moor Tom or AP4B, or any more of your multiple personas.
Do us all a favour and go and annoy some other poor souls who might respond to the drivel you pour out all the time.
Publish away, why don't you come round with some mates, we can all have a beer
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad. Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.[/p][/quote]Still here Barry, didn't think you could get rid of me that easily did you my intellectually challenged friend. I wonder if the LET will let me publish your address in Wilpshire so that everyone could visit you and pass on their regards in person. Wonder who would answer the door would it be Fake Villa , Ted Maul, Super Claret, Turf Moor Tom or AP4B, or any more of your multiple personas. Do us all a favour and go and annoy some other poor souls who might respond to the drivel you pour out all the time.[/p][/quote]Publish away, why don't you come round with some mates, we can all have a beer AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -8

6:07pm Fri 1 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad.
Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo
Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.
Heaton for England. Trippier for England. Shackell for England. Arfield for Scotland. Oh and Ings for England. Now get knotted Tommy Tit face.
CUCKOOO, CUCKOOOO, CUCKOOOOOO !!!!
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad. Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.[/p][/quote]Heaton for England. Trippier for England. Shackell for England. Arfield for Scotland. Oh and Ings for England. Now get knotted Tommy Tit face.[/p][/quote]CUCKOOO, CUCKOOOO, CUCKOOOOOO !!!! AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

6:21pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad.
Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo
Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.
Heaton for England. Trippier for England. Shackell for England. Arfield for Scotland. Oh and Ings for England. Now get knotted Tommy Tit face.
CUCKOOO, CUCKOOOO, CUCKOOOOOO !!!!
You are right AP4B....

I am a bit...y'know...

CUCKOO!!! CUCKOO!!! CUCKOO!!!
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes Dawson too will become a full international, as will sordell, in fact all our english players will be called up to the full england squad. Cuckoo, cuckoo cuckoo Only problem being tall in the saddle is you club your head on low branches and make ridiculous statements whilst delerious.[/p][/quote]Heaton for England. Trippier for England. Shackell for England. Arfield for Scotland. Oh and Ings for England. Now get knotted Tommy Tit face.[/p][/quote]CUCKOOO, CUCKOOOO, CUCKOOOOOO !!!![/p][/quote]You are right AP4B.... I am a bit...y'know... CUCKOO!!! CUCKOO!!! CUCKOO!!! tall in the saddle
  • Score: -1

6:30pm Fri 1 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
To be fair, whoever plays between the sticks for Bumley is going to get his hands warmed next season. To get two free transfers in the Bumley way will also mitigate any lower back injuries or repetitive stress syndrome from repeatedly picking the ball out of the back of the net. I'm led to believe this event may occur 80+ times based on your last Premier League campaign. Heaton, Gilks, Cisak - whoever gets the Man City at home game has my sympathy and had better wear some lower back support.
SHUT UP YOUR A TOOL !!!! NEED WE SAY MORE
Yes. It's "you're a tool". You tool.
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: To be fair, whoever plays between the sticks for Bumley is going to get his hands warmed next season. To get two free transfers in the Bumley way will also mitigate any lower back injuries or repetitive stress syndrome from repeatedly picking the ball out of the back of the net. I'm led to believe this event may occur 80+ times based on your last Premier League campaign. Heaton, Gilks, Cisak - whoever gets the Man City at home game has my sympathy and had better wear some lower back support.[/p][/quote]SHUT UP YOUR A TOOL !!!! NEED WE SAY MORE[/p][/quote]Yes. It's "you're a tool". You tool. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -8

6:43pm Fri 1 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes, that's why approaching his final year of contract there wasn't one enquiry, not one rumour about him going elsewhere. Not one scout picked up on his abilities and your own manager decided he needed to strengthen. Yet tall in the saddle has it nailed, he's a future international if only he can get away from your very own p!ss pot of a club.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes, that's why approaching his final year of contract there wasn't one enquiry, not one rumour about him going elsewhere. Not one scout picked up on his abilities and your own manager decided he needed to strengthen. Yet tall in the saddle has it nailed, he's a future international if only he can get away from your very own p!ss pot of a club. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -10

6:50pm Fri 1 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Trick82 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
alan7554 wrote:
this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.
Blimey, I consider myself to have been 'slg'd', whatever that is and currently looking through the dictionary to find out what a 'barcleys' is. So what? The reality is that when you Dingles get hammered every week you, as a fan with no foresight, will become sad and dejected. It will not be enjoyable to watch world class players unless they're on your side (I speak as I have experience of both watching our own past world class players and latterly watching those of others). Note you don't even have any Premership class players and have added to them from the Championship reserve bargain bucket. Your team morale will start to drop and you'll return to the Championship in a far worse state than when you left. Most probably without Shorn Douche. Premiership - might as well be the moon as far as you're concerned.

Still, on the bright side your Directors will have fat pockets and that's worth a trophy in anyones money.

And finally, is a eunoch not a human being? The best bit about you lot is that when the inevitable happens you won't be able to do yourselves any harm as there is nothing sharp in Bumley.
translated for anybody who doesn't speak gibberish;
Whinge whinge whinge; "I still can't believe Burnley were promoted in such heroic circumstances last season. They really showed world football that it's not all about money and if you have a good manager, team spirit, board and fans then you don't need to have a side full of world class individuals to be successful. Why can't we at Blackburn emulate their success, why do we only think that finding owners with allegedly millions to spend will help to sort out our footballing woe and restore some faith and pride into Ewood Park. Iam so very jealous of Burnley football club and their fans and the only way I can vent this frustration is by posting constant dribble on Burnley forums, this at least dulls the pain of being Lancashire’s 3rd tier club..... a little"
Nah thanks....I think Oldham, Sheff Utd, Barnsley or Swindon had better models and if we don't go up this season that will be the way to go. Thankfully we'd still have the cornerstone and foundation to attract and develop youth from. Some time away and not necessarily going to happen, but we'd still be better than Bumley. How's 3rd rate Gawthorpe?
[quote][p][bold]Trick82[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]alan7554[/bold] wrote: this comment is for turfmoortom,i very rarely comment or slg posts as it is everbodies right to free speech,but u are just a total tosser and a barcleys, so what if the clarets get hammered every week (you Wish) the fact is they are in the premiership maybe for just one season or maybe not,but whatever happens it will be more enjoyable and good to watch other world class players gracing Turf Moor that all the **** that will appear at deadwood park (apologies to all other championship players) Whatever happens this season it happens to us in the PREMIERSHIP, just get a life you are a total waste of air and if your penis is as big as your brain then your are nearer to a eunoch that a human being.So grow some or do one.[/p][/quote]Blimey, I consider myself to have been 'slg'd', whatever that is and currently looking through the dictionary to find out what a 'barcleys' is. So what? The reality is that when you Dingles get hammered every week you, as a fan with no foresight, will become sad and dejected. It will not be enjoyable to watch world class players unless they're on your side (I speak as I have experience of both watching our own past world class players and latterly watching those of others). Note you don't even have any Premership class players and have added to them from the Championship reserve bargain bucket. Your team morale will start to drop and you'll return to the Championship in a far worse state than when you left. Most probably without Shorn Douche. Premiership - might as well be the moon as far as you're concerned. Still, on the bright side your Directors will have fat pockets and that's worth a trophy in anyones money. And finally, is a eunoch not a human being? The best bit about you lot is that when the inevitable happens you won't be able to do yourselves any harm as there is nothing sharp in Bumley.[/p][/quote]translated for anybody who doesn't speak gibberish; Whinge whinge whinge; "I still can't believe Burnley were promoted in such heroic circumstances last season. They really showed world football that it's not all about money and if you have a good manager, team spirit, board and fans then you don't need to have a side full of world class individuals to be successful. Why can't we at Blackburn emulate their success, why do we only think that finding owners with allegedly millions to spend will help to sort out our footballing woe and restore some faith and pride into Ewood Park. Iam so very jealous of Burnley football club and their fans and the only way I can vent this frustration is by posting constant dribble on Burnley forums, this at least dulls the pain of being Lancashire’s 3rd tier club..... a little"[/p][/quote]Nah thanks....I think Oldham, Sheff Utd, Barnsley or Swindon had better models and if we don't go up this season that will be the way to go. Thankfully we'd still have the cornerstone and foundation to attract and develop youth from. Some time away and not necessarily going to happen, but we'd still be better than Bumley. How's 3rd rate Gawthorpe? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -10

7:03pm Fri 1 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes, that's why approaching his final year of contract there wasn't one enquiry, not one rumour about him going elsewhere. Not one scout picked up on his abilities and your own manager decided he needed to strengthen. Yet tall in the saddle has it nailed, he's a future international if only he can get away from your very own p!ss pot of a club.
You madam are a Cur. The loest of the low. Beneath contempt and every profanity I can think of.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes, that's why approaching his final year of contract there wasn't one enquiry, not one rumour about him going elsewhere. Not one scout picked up on his abilities and your own manager decided he needed to strengthen. Yet tall in the saddle has it nailed, he's a future international if only he can get away from your very own p!ss pot of a club.[/p][/quote]You madam are a Cur. The loest of the low. Beneath contempt and every profanity I can think of. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 6

7:57pm Fri 1 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes, that's why approaching his final year of contract there wasn't one enquiry, not one rumour about him going elsewhere. Not one scout picked up on his abilities and your own manager decided he needed to strengthen. Yet tall in the saddle has it nailed, he's a future international if only he can get away from your very own p!ss pot of a club.
No,now. You provocateur you. Gawthorpe was called second rate by the Elite Performance Director 6 months ago, because its only half complete. You being the football encyclopaedia that you are no that very well. So lets drop this third rate nonsense eh?

**** pot? Actually the bars are much better than Ewood. So we will see that as a compliment.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes, that's why approaching his final year of contract there wasn't one enquiry, not one rumour about him going elsewhere. Not one scout picked up on his abilities and your own manager decided he needed to strengthen. Yet tall in the saddle has it nailed, he's a future international if only he can get away from your very own p!ss pot of a club.[/p][/quote]No,now. You provocateur you. Gawthorpe was called second rate by the Elite Performance Director 6 months ago, because its only half complete. You being the football encyclopaedia that you are no that very well. So lets drop this third rate nonsense eh? **** pot? Actually the bars are much better than Ewood. So we will see that as a compliment. RobH2O .
  • Score: 0

9:23pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

RobH2O . wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
tall in the saddle wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel.

Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's!
As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.
Yes, that's why approaching his final year of contract there wasn't one enquiry, not one rumour about him going elsewhere. Not one scout picked up on his abilities and your own manager decided he needed to strengthen. Yet tall in the saddle has it nailed, he's a future international if only he can get away from your very own p!ss pot of a club.
No,now. You provocateur you. Gawthorpe was called second rate by the Elite Performance Director 6 months ago, because its only half complete. You being the football encyclopaedia that you are no that very well. So lets drop this third rate nonsense eh?

**** pot? Actually the bars are much better than Ewood. So we will see that as a compliment.
You know what Rob, we're both wrong here.

Rovers produce players that torment the soul's of Burnley fans: Garner, Hendry, Dunn are classic examples.

We've been on a downward death spiral since 1980. Rovers have never looked back.

I'm not being sarcastic when i say this but we seem to suffer a kind of mass neuroses. Burnley fans are very neurotic about Blackburn Rovers, so much so we reinvent history.

We have to convince ourselves Rovers were mid table Division 2 before Mr Walker ignoring the fact that we were bottom of Division 4 whilst Rovers were the best supported town club in Lancashire, a top of Division 2 side playing an exciting attacking brand of football culminating in winning the Full Members Cup in front of 30,000 ecstatic Rovers fans at Wembley which convinced Mr Walker that Rovers were indeed a sleeping giant - rather than a dead one.

And of course Rovers have historically won countless more trophies than we at Burnley have.

The fact that you found Mr Walker in The Blackburn End rubs our noses in it even more.

Hence the desperation in my user name.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: Heaton's origins in the game, Man Utd, have come back to the fore in his mid-twenties. Under the tutelage of Dyche and his team, he was unfortunate not to have made the honours championship side last season. In most pundits' opinion, he was better than Kasper Schmeichel. Gilks too can benefit from regime at Burnley. Who knows, perhaps we will see the best keeper selection battle since Stevenson and Payton in the early mid 1970's![/p][/quote]As I have posted before he will be considered for International honours soon. His judgment is better than the incumbent. Unfortunately what might go against him (and Trippier) is that they are not at a glamour club.[/p][/quote]Yes, that's why approaching his final year of contract there wasn't one enquiry, not one rumour about him going elsewhere. Not one scout picked up on his abilities and your own manager decided he needed to strengthen. Yet tall in the saddle has it nailed, he's a future international if only he can get away from your very own p!ss pot of a club.[/p][/quote]No,now. You provocateur you. Gawthorpe was called second rate by the Elite Performance Director 6 months ago, because its only half complete. You being the football encyclopaedia that you are no that very well. So lets drop this third rate nonsense eh? **** pot? Actually the bars are much better than Ewood. So we will see that as a compliment.[/p][/quote]You know what Rob, we're both wrong here. Rovers produce players that torment the soul's of Burnley fans: Garner, Hendry, Dunn are classic examples. We've been on a downward death spiral since 1980. Rovers have never looked back. I'm not being sarcastic when i say this but we seem to suffer a kind of mass neuroses. Burnley fans are very neurotic about Blackburn Rovers, so much so we reinvent history. We have to convince ourselves Rovers were mid table Division 2 before Mr Walker ignoring the fact that we were bottom of Division 4 whilst Rovers were the best supported town club in Lancashire, a top of Division 2 side playing an exciting attacking brand of football culminating in winning the Full Members Cup in front of 30,000 ecstatic Rovers fans at Wembley which convinced Mr Walker that Rovers were indeed a sleeping giant - rather than a dead one. And of course Rovers have historically won countless more trophies than we at Burnley have. The fact that you found Mr Walker in The Blackburn End rubs our noses in it even more. Hence the desperation in my user name. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -2

9:25pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 1

9:44pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Bellypork says...

Heaton and Gilks, premier league strikers will be worried, I don't think so!!!!
Heaton and Gilks, premier league strikers will be worried, I don't think so!!!! Bellypork
  • Score: 0

9:49pm Fri 1 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -6

10:01pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in.

No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains....

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom?

And I just keep making you look so silly don't I?

All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC.

You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams......

I am a Burnley fan.

I was there on that day.

And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End.....

And then we went up. Hence your breakdown.

Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.[/p][/quote]Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in. No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains.... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom? And I just keep making you look so silly don't I? All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC. You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams...... I am a Burnley fan. I was there on that day. And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End..... And then we went up. Hence your breakdown. Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 7

10:06pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Bellypork says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in.

No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains....

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom?

And I just keep making you look so silly don't I?

All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC.

You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams......

I am a Burnley fan.

I was there on that day.

And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End.....

And then we went up. Hence your breakdown.

Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
Get a f*cking grip! Trying to comment on your keepers not a one off result!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.[/p][/quote]Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in. No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains.... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom? And I just keep making you look so silly don't I? All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC. You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams...... I am a Burnley fan. I was there on that day. And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End..... And then we went up. Hence your breakdown. Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.[/p][/quote]Get a f*cking grip! Trying to comment on your keepers not a one off result!!!!! Bellypork
  • Score: 0

10:13pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

Bellypork wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in.

No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains....

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom?

And I just keep making you look so silly don't I?

All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC.

You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams......

I am a Burnley fan.

I was there on that day.

And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End.....

And then we went up. Hence your breakdown.

Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
Get a f*cking grip! Trying to comment on your keepers not a one off result!!!!!
It's still an open wound for some I see.

There there.
[quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.[/p][/quote]Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in. No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains.... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom? And I just keep making you look so silly don't I? All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC. You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams...... I am a Burnley fan. I was there on that day. And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End..... And then we went up. Hence your breakdown. Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.[/p][/quote]Get a f*cking grip! Trying to comment on your keepers not a one off result!!!!![/p][/quote]It's still an open wound for some I see. There there. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 0

10:15pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Bellypork says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in.

No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains....

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom?

And I just keep making you look so silly don't I?

All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC.

You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams......

I am a Burnley fan.

I was there on that day.

And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End.....

And then we went up. Hence your breakdown.

Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
Get a f*cking grip! Trying to comment on your keepers not a one off result!!!!!
It's still an open wound for some I see.

There there.
Oink Oink!
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.[/p][/quote]Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in. No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains.... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom? And I just keep making you look so silly don't I? All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC. You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams...... I am a Burnley fan. I was there on that day. And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End..... And then we went up. Hence your breakdown. Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.[/p][/quote]Get a f*cking grip! Trying to comment on your keepers not a one off result!!!!![/p][/quote]It's still an open wound for some I see. There there.[/p][/quote]Oink Oink! Bellypork
  • Score: 0

10:17pm Fri 1 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in.

No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains....

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom?

And I just keep making you look so silly don't I?

All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC.

You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams......

I am a Burnley fan.

I was there on that day.

And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End.....

And then we went up. Hence your breakdown.

Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.[/p][/quote]Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in. No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains.... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom? And I just keep making you look so silly don't I? All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC. You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams...... I am a Burnley fan. I was there on that day. And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End..... And then we went up. Hence your breakdown. Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.[/p][/quote]You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -9

11:00pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in.

No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains....

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom?

And I just keep making you look so silly don't I?

All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC.

You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams......

I am a Burnley fan.

I was there on that day.

And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End.....

And then we went up. Hence your breakdown.

Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.
More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate.

"Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..."

Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post?

Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.[/p][/quote]Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in. No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains.... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom? And I just keep making you look so silly don't I? All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC. You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams...... I am a Burnley fan. I was there on that day. And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End..... And then we went up. Hence your breakdown. Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.[/p][/quote]You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.[/p][/quote]More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate. "Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..." Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post? Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 8

11:26pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

Wow! Been to work, came home, out on a Friday (quietish) back and check to find ooh - about 5,000 words of repetitive boring drivel from 1 Blackburn troll - barfed into his bed at 7 a. m. and it deteriorated from then
Wow! Been to work, came home, out on a Friday (quietish) back and check to find ooh - about 5,000 words of repetitive boring drivel from 1 Blackburn troll - barfed into his bed at 7 a. m. and it deteriorated from then Claretcert
  • Score: 7

11:34pm Fri 1 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in.

No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains....

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom?

And I just keep making you look so silly don't I?

All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC.

You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams......

I am a Burnley fan.

I was there on that day.

And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End.....

And then we went up. Hence your breakdown.

Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.
More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate.

"Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..."

Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post?

Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
Very good. Rhodes calmly struck the ball just as he wanted though unfortunately was a midges out. Ings scuffed a shot that fortunately bobbled in to his path. On those fine margins rests all your pride. Poor bloke. Over the last three games, at our very worst there still wasn't much in any. We're getting stronger, you're about to collapse into that Dingle mushroom cloud you know all too well. I'll wait. Tick tock.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.[/p][/quote]Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in. No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains.... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom? And I just keep making you look so silly don't I? All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC. You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams...... I am a Burnley fan. I was there on that day. And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End..... And then we went up. Hence your breakdown. Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.[/p][/quote]You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.[/p][/quote]More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate. "Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..." Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post? Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.[/p][/quote]Very good. Rhodes calmly struck the ball just as he wanted though unfortunately was a midges out. Ings scuffed a shot that fortunately bobbled in to his path. On those fine margins rests all your pride. Poor bloke. Over the last three games, at our very worst there still wasn't much in any. We're getting stronger, you're about to collapse into that Dingle mushroom cloud you know all too well. I'll wait. Tick tock. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -7

11:58pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in.

No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains....

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom?

And I just keep making you look so silly don't I?

All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC.

You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams......

I am a Burnley fan.

I was there on that day.

And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End.....

And then we went up. Hence your breakdown.

Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.
More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate.

"Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..."

Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post?

Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
Very good. Rhodes calmly struck the ball just as he wanted though unfortunately was a midges out. Ings scuffed a shot that fortunately bobbled in to his path. On those fine margins rests all your pride. Poor bloke. Over the last three games, at our very worst there still wasn't much in any. We're getting stronger, you're about to collapse into that Dingle mushroom cloud you know all too well. I'll wait. Tick tock.
You're not getting stronger... you were 10th in the Premier League, you were regarded by many as a well-run club, with a highly regarded Chairman.... you're now a mid-table division 2 side, £60million in debt, owned by Indian chicken farmers and about to be molested by Financial Fair Play.

You are growing ever weaker. You know this but you refuse to admit it.

The fun hasn't even started yet. Keep convincing yourselves otherwise but when those accounts are made public in December the Shadsworth Spar is going to have a rush on loo roll. It's going to be squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

You predicted our collapse throughout the WHOLE of last season, right up until the point at which we were mathematically assured of automatic promotion you insisted the wheels were about to fall off.

Over the last three derby games you have had you ar5es handed to you and have either had to dive or cheat to rescue a point. The last derby game showed how much better we have become, we were very poor on the day and yet we still beat you, on your own patch... what does that say about the mighty Rovers when a severely under par Burnley come to Ewood Park and take the 3 points?

You're a shambles, nothing more.

FFP is having a leisurely massage before the game commences... tick tock.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.[/p][/quote]Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in. No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains.... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom? And I just keep making you look so silly don't I? All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC. You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams...... I am a Burnley fan. I was there on that day. And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End..... And then we went up. Hence your breakdown. Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.[/p][/quote]You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.[/p][/quote]More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate. "Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..." Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post? Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.[/p][/quote]Very good. Rhodes calmly struck the ball just as he wanted though unfortunately was a midges out. Ings scuffed a shot that fortunately bobbled in to his path. On those fine margins rests all your pride. Poor bloke. Over the last three games, at our very worst there still wasn't much in any. We're getting stronger, you're about to collapse into that Dingle mushroom cloud you know all too well. I'll wait. Tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're not getting stronger... you were 10th in the Premier League, you were regarded by many as a well-run club, with a highly regarded Chairman.... you're now a mid-table division 2 side, £60million in debt, owned by Indian chicken farmers and about to be molested by Financial Fair Play. You are growing ever weaker. You know this but you refuse to admit it. The fun hasn't even started yet. Keep convincing yourselves otherwise but when those accounts are made public in December the Shadsworth Spar is going to have a rush on loo roll. It's going to be squeaky bum time on a massive scale. You predicted our collapse throughout the WHOLE of last season, right up until the point at which we were mathematically assured of automatic promotion you insisted the wheels were about to fall off. Over the last three derby games you have had you ar5es handed to you and have either had to dive or cheat to rescue a point. The last derby game showed how much better we have become, we were very poor on the day and yet we still beat you, on your own patch... what does that say about the mighty Rovers when a severely under par Burnley come to Ewood Park and take the 3 points? You're a shambles, nothing more. FFP is having a leisurely massage before the game commences... tick tock. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 1

12:07am Sat 2 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in.

No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains....

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom?

And I just keep making you look so silly don't I?

All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC.

You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams......

I am a Burnley fan.

I was there on that day.

And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End.....

And then we went up. Hence your breakdown.

Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.
More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate.

"Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..."

Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post?

Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
Very good. Rhodes calmly struck the ball just as he wanted though unfortunately was a midges out. Ings scuffed a shot that fortunately bobbled in to his path. On those fine margins rests all your pride. Poor bloke. Over the last three games, at our very worst there still wasn't much in any. We're getting stronger, you're about to collapse into that Dingle mushroom cloud you know all too well. I'll wait. Tick tock.
You're not getting stronger... you were 10th in the Premier League, you were regarded by many as a well-run club, with a highly regarded Chairman.... you're now a mid-table division 2 side, £60million in debt, owned by Indian chicken farmers and about to be molested by Financial Fair Play.

You are growing ever weaker. You know this but you refuse to admit it.

The fun hasn't even started yet. Keep convincing yourselves otherwise but when those accounts are made public in December the Shadsworth Spar is going to have a rush on loo roll. It's going to be squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

You predicted our collapse throughout the WHOLE of last season, right up until the point at which we were mathematically assured of automatic promotion you insisted the wheels were about to fall off.

Over the last three derby games you have had you ar5es handed to you and have either had to dive or cheat to rescue a point. The last derby game showed how much better we have become, we were very poor on the day and yet we still beat you, on your own patch... what does that say about the mighty Rovers when a severely under par Burnley come to Ewood Park and take the 3 points?

You're a shambles, nothing more.

FFP is having a leisurely massage before the game commences... tick tock.
The mighty Rovers. Oh yes. You said it.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.[/p][/quote]Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in. No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains.... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom? And I just keep making you look so silly don't I? All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC. You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams...... I am a Burnley fan. I was there on that day. And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End..... And then we went up. Hence your breakdown. Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.[/p][/quote]You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.[/p][/quote]More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate. "Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..." Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post? Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.[/p][/quote]Very good. Rhodes calmly struck the ball just as he wanted though unfortunately was a midges out. Ings scuffed a shot that fortunately bobbled in to his path. On those fine margins rests all your pride. Poor bloke. Over the last three games, at our very worst there still wasn't much in any. We're getting stronger, you're about to collapse into that Dingle mushroom cloud you know all too well. I'll wait. Tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're not getting stronger... you were 10th in the Premier League, you were regarded by many as a well-run club, with a highly regarded Chairman.... you're now a mid-table division 2 side, £60million in debt, owned by Indian chicken farmers and about to be molested by Financial Fair Play. You are growing ever weaker. You know this but you refuse to admit it. The fun hasn't even started yet. Keep convincing yourselves otherwise but when those accounts are made public in December the Shadsworth Spar is going to have a rush on loo roll. It's going to be squeaky bum time on a massive scale. You predicted our collapse throughout the WHOLE of last season, right up until the point at which we were mathematically assured of automatic promotion you insisted the wheels were about to fall off. Over the last three derby games you have had you ar5es handed to you and have either had to dive or cheat to rescue a point. The last derby game showed how much better we have become, we were very poor on the day and yet we still beat you, on your own patch... what does that say about the mighty Rovers when a severely under par Burnley come to Ewood Park and take the 3 points? You're a shambles, nothing more. FFP is having a leisurely massage before the game commences... tick tock.[/p][/quote]The mighty Rovers. Oh yes. You said it. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -11

4:34pm Sat 2 Aug 14

34 years says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in.

No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains....

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom?

And I just keep making you look so silly don't I?

All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC.

You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams......

I am a Burnley fan.

I was there on that day.

And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End.....

And then we went up. Hence your breakdown.

Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.
More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate.

"Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..."

Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post?

Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
Very good. Rhodes calmly struck the ball just as he wanted though unfortunately was a midges out. Ings scuffed a shot that fortunately bobbled in to his path. On those fine margins rests all your pride. Poor bloke. Over the last three games, at our very worst there still wasn't much in any. We're getting stronger, you're about to collapse into that Dingle mushroom cloud you know all too well. I'll wait. Tick tock.
You're not getting stronger... you were 10th in the Premier League, you were regarded by many as a well-run club, with a highly regarded Chairman.... you're now a mid-table division 2 side, £60million in debt, owned by Indian chicken farmers and about to be molested by Financial Fair Play.

You are growing ever weaker. You know this but you refuse to admit it.

The fun hasn't even started yet. Keep convincing yourselves otherwise but when those accounts are made public in December the Shadsworth Spar is going to have a rush on loo roll. It's going to be squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

You predicted our collapse throughout the WHOLE of last season, right up until the point at which we were mathematically assured of automatic promotion you insisted the wheels were about to fall off.

Over the last three derby games you have had you ar5es handed to you and have either had to dive or cheat to rescue a point. The last derby game showed how much better we have become, we were very poor on the day and yet we still beat you, on your own patch... what does that say about the mighty Rovers when a severely under par Burnley come to Ewood Park and take the 3 points?

You're a shambles, nothing more.

FFP is having a leisurely massage before the game commences... tick tock.
The mighty Rovers. Oh yes. You said it.
34 years
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.[/p][/quote]Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in. No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains.... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom? And I just keep making you look so silly don't I? All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC. You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams...... I am a Burnley fan. I was there on that day. And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End..... And then we went up. Hence your breakdown. Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.[/p][/quote]You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.[/p][/quote]More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate. "Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..." Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post? Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.[/p][/quote]Very good. Rhodes calmly struck the ball just as he wanted though unfortunately was a midges out. Ings scuffed a shot that fortunately bobbled in to his path. On those fine margins rests all your pride. Poor bloke. Over the last three games, at our very worst there still wasn't much in any. We're getting stronger, you're about to collapse into that Dingle mushroom cloud you know all too well. I'll wait. Tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're not getting stronger... you were 10th in the Premier League, you were regarded by many as a well-run club, with a highly regarded Chairman.... you're now a mid-table division 2 side, £60million in debt, owned by Indian chicken farmers and about to be molested by Financial Fair Play. You are growing ever weaker. You know this but you refuse to admit it. The fun hasn't even started yet. Keep convincing yourselves otherwise but when those accounts are made public in December the Shadsworth Spar is going to have a rush on loo roll. It's going to be squeaky bum time on a massive scale. You predicted our collapse throughout the WHOLE of last season, right up until the point at which we were mathematically assured of automatic promotion you insisted the wheels were about to fall off. Over the last three derby games you have had you ar5es handed to you and have either had to dive or cheat to rescue a point. The last derby game showed how much better we have become, we were very poor on the day and yet we still beat you, on your own patch... what does that say about the mighty Rovers when a severely under par Burnley come to Ewood Park and take the 3 points? You're a shambles, nothing more. FFP is having a leisurely massage before the game commences... tick tock.[/p][/quote]The mighty Rovers. Oh yes. You said it.[/p][/quote]34 years 34 years
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5:02pm Sat 2 Aug 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

34 years wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL!

Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish?

How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom?

You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!

Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis.

God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.
You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.
Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in.

No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains....

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom?

And I just keep making you look so silly don't I?

All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC.

You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams......

I am a Burnley fan.

I was there on that day.

And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End.....

And then we went up. Hence your breakdown.

Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.
More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate.

"Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..."

Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post?

Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
Very good. Rhodes calmly struck the ball just as he wanted though unfortunately was a midges out. Ings scuffed a shot that fortunately bobbled in to his path. On those fine margins rests all your pride. Poor bloke. Over the last three games, at our very worst there still wasn't much in any. We're getting stronger, you're about to collapse into that Dingle mushroom cloud you know all too well. I'll wait. Tick tock.
You're not getting stronger... you were 10th in the Premier League, you were regarded by many as a well-run club, with a highly regarded Chairman.... you're now a mid-table division 2 side, £60million in debt, owned by Indian chicken farmers and about to be molested by Financial Fair Play.

You are growing ever weaker. You know this but you refuse to admit it.

The fun hasn't even started yet. Keep convincing yourselves otherwise but when those accounts are made public in December the Shadsworth Spar is going to have a rush on loo roll. It's going to be squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

You predicted our collapse throughout the WHOLE of last season, right up until the point at which we were mathematically assured of automatic promotion you insisted the wheels were about to fall off.

Over the last three derby games you have had you ar5es handed to you and have either had to dive or cheat to rescue a point. The last derby game showed how much better we have become, we were very poor on the day and yet we still beat you, on your own patch... what does that say about the mighty Rovers when a severely under par Burnley come to Ewood Park and take the 3 points?

You're a shambles, nothing more.

FFP is having a leisurely massage before the game commences... tick tock.
The mighty Rovers. Oh yes. You said it.
34 years
Not any more Mungo, didn't you hear?

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

LOL
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL! Got to laugh at the mental torment the no-dads are suffering at present... or is it just one of them with a serious account switching fetish? How many cloned accounts is that now TurfMoorTom? You've got tired of your own pretend Burnley accounts and have taken to duplicating wherever possible actual Burnley fans and posting anti-Burnley nonsense from them in some vain attempt at taking the sting out of the fact that the new season is fast approaching and.... OMG Burnley are IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!! Poor old helpless insane Mungo, forever trying his hardest to rewrite the reality that tortures his very soul on a daily basis. God help him when FFP lubes up its pulsating member for the grand entrance.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're still chasing shadows. Whoever the clone is has my compliments, mighty fine work and well reported reality. Bumley in the Premier League - try not to blink. The only thing that has gone up that will stay up is your ticket prices.[/p][/quote]Poor old TurfMoorTom, forever trying to fit in. No matter how many accounts you copy, no matter how many email accounts you have to create, no matter how many lowercase L's you replace with capital i's, no matter how many full stops, or extra spaces you put in to create your "genuine Burnley fan".... one fact remains.... Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Just can't seem to make it go away can you Tom? And I just keep making you look so silly don't I? All that time and effort you put in and I wipe it out in seconds. I can almost hear your squawks of frustration as you get put back into your retard box time after time, day after day. I have destroyed your mental fabric to such an extent that you cannot function on even a basic level any more and devote your whole existence to the team that torments you... Burnley FC. You whole life destroyed on that fateful day in March when the Clarets took over Ewood Park, outplayed you on the pitch, outsang you in the stands, and then waved you off as you sneaked out with 10 minutes remaining as Danny Ings scored the goal that haunts your dreams...... I am a Burnley fan. I was there on that day. And I saw YOU sneaking out, tearing the replica shirt from your bulbous overweight sweating carcass and hurling it towards the dugout, tears streaming down your chubby cheeks, and a look of pure horror in your eyes as you took in the scene in the Darwen End..... And then we went up. Hence your breakdown. Get yourself some counselling. It's nothing to be ashamed of.[/p][/quote]You're a fantasist, no wonder you're all in to that gollum guff. I was there too buddy. You were all quiet until the 70th minute, there was no outsinging or outplaying and you were decidedly ordinary in every respect. Ings scuffed shot and Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post the only difference. This you know is the reality. When we were on our arses and you on the crest of a wave, you managed a solitary win. Which is why you're so sensitive. Quite refreshing really as in the modern age as I've said before you need something meaningful to fight against and beating you previously felt a bit hollow. You're the Dennis Taylor to our Stephen Hendry, the Wigan to our Man City. However, unlike them, you will never experience the feeling of winning a meaningful trophy in your lifetime. You'll be put back in your box just like a cat eventually kills the mouse it plays with. We both know it so just stop this charade and accept it. I'm not frustrated or remotely concerned. I'm simply waiting. And the best bit is it won' be long.[/p][/quote]More comedy gold from the no-dad we all love to hate. "Rhodes being too clinical and hitting a post..." Where do you get these gems from? If he was too clinical then surely he would have fired his shot into the corner of the net, not missed the net and hit the post? Sssssssssshhhhhhhhh! Remember that? Possibly the most premature celebration since that Burnley taxi driver wiped his end on yer mam's drawers back in the day. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.[/p][/quote]Very good. Rhodes calmly struck the ball just as he wanted though unfortunately was a midges out. Ings scuffed a shot that fortunately bobbled in to his path. On those fine margins rests all your pride. Poor bloke. Over the last three games, at our very worst there still wasn't much in any. We're getting stronger, you're about to collapse into that Dingle mushroom cloud you know all too well. I'll wait. Tick tock.[/p][/quote]You're not getting stronger... you were 10th in the Premier League, you were regarded by many as a well-run club, with a highly regarded Chairman.... you're now a mid-table division 2 side, £60million in debt, owned by Indian chicken farmers and about to be molested by Financial Fair Play. You are growing ever weaker. You know this but you refuse to admit it. The fun hasn't even started yet. Keep convincing yourselves otherwise but when those accounts are made public in December the Shadsworth Spar is going to have a rush on loo roll. It's going to be squeaky bum time on a massive scale. You predicted our collapse throughout the WHOLE of last season, right up until the point at which we were mathematically assured of automatic promotion you insisted the wheels were about to fall off. Over the last three derby games you have had you ar5es handed to you and have either had to dive or cheat to rescue a point. The last derby game showed how much better we have become, we were very poor on the day and yet we still beat you, on your own patch... what does that say about the mighty Rovers when a severely under par Burnley come to Ewood Park and take the 3 points? You're a shambles, nothing more. FFP is having a leisurely massage before the game commences... tick tock.[/p][/quote]The mighty Rovers. Oh yes. You said it.[/p][/quote]34 years[/p][/quote]Not any more Mungo, didn't you hear? Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. LOL Look Up Blackburn
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