Burnley boss Dyche delighted with Jutkiewicz’s development

Burnley boss Dyche delighted with Jutkiewicz’s development

Burnley boss Dyche delighted with Jutkiewicz’s development

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

LUKAS Jutkiewicz is fired up for the Premier League, says Burnley boss Sean Dyche.

The summer signing completed an impressive pre-season by scoring his sixth goal in as many friendlies as the Clarets rounded off with a 3-1 win over Verona at Turf Moor on Saturday.

And the 25-year-old has put himself in the frame for a starting place against Chelsea a week tonight, after taking on board the manager's methods to boost his ammunition.

“I’m really pleased for him,” said Dyche.

“We’ve done a bit of work with him, chatted to him about a few things that we think can aid his progress. I believe in obviously winning, but I believe in developing as well and we try to work with the players wisely, and he’s very open minded.

“I like players like that. He’s willing to listen and willing to put into action what we think is appropriate.”

Jutkiewicz’s goal against Verona, the second of Burnley’s three after trailing briefly after the break, was a well-placed header from Ben Mee’s cross.

“When he scored I pulled him over and had a word and said ‘We were just talking about that yesterday’ (Friday), where he’s moving, why he’s moving, the pace he’s moving at,” said Dyche.

“So I’ve been pleased and he’ll obviously be pleased.”

Dyche was also full of praise for last season’s top scorer Danny Ings, who twice came close to getting his first pre-season goal.

“I thought Ingsy was super sharp in the second half – electric in fact at times, so I was really pleased to see that,” said the Burnley boss.

“The keeper’s made two marvellous saves, but he looked ever so sharp in the second half.”

But the Burnley boss admitted he had not dropped any hints as to how he plans to line up against Chelsea in their Premier League opener.

“I think there are certain things that would present itself, but there are certain positions that I think could be anyone really.

“We want that of course.

“There were changes today again – it’s not necessarily the side (to start season), it was important we get minutes into people and we did that again.

“We’re pleased with that, and that the minor injuries we’ve had in pre-season have cleared up.”

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9:35am Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

Said it before but it looks like you've got a real asset in Jutkiewicz, I think alongside Ings you've got a very strong front two who'll cause premier league defenders some real problems. I only wish we had this kind of quality at Ewood.
Said it before but it looks like you've got a real asset in Jutkiewicz, I think alongside Ings you've got a very strong front two who'll cause premier league defenders some real problems. I only wish we had this kind of quality at Ewood. TurfMoor Tom
  • Score: 9

9:37am Mon 11 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening.
Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 10

9:39am Mon 11 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Danny Ings got six in six during the last pre-season and look where he ended up - The Championship Player Of The Year and two goals in two games for England U21's.

The Juke is going to prove to be a decent bit of business.
Danny Ings got six in six during the last pre-season and look where he ended up - The Championship Player Of The Year and two goals in two games for England U21's. The Juke is going to prove to be a decent bit of business. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 10

9:39am Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -14

9:40am Mon 11 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

I'm sure AP4B will be on here shortly to enlighten us all with his ignorance, when he's finished pulling legs off spiders.
I'm sure AP4B will be on here shortly to enlighten us all with his ignorance, when he's finished pulling legs off spiders. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 7

9:59am Mon 11 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN.

A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably.

Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN. A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably. Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 18

10:03am Mon 11 Aug 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: -15

10:14am Mon 11 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN.
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID[/p][/quote]5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 10

10:22am Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN.

A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably.

Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.
Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd.

Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN. A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably. Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.[/p][/quote]Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd. Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -9

10:23am Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN.
Strange comment really as I thought we just kicked off the football season for Sky?
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID[/p][/quote]5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN.[/p][/quote]Strange comment really as I thought we just kicked off the football season for Sky? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -7

10:24am Mon 11 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

The Joker has looked pretty good,against inferior opponents, but his average of a goal every 5 games will come back when the real stuff starts. As for Ings, running his contract out, he will probably ask for a new one when he ralises he is just the new David Nugent, unable to cut it at this level. Can't wait for Vokes to get back, probably our best player at this level and as for Sordell, looks like we got mugged with that one, speaking of mugged, how come we have to pay ridiculous season ticket prices when the board cheap out with their signings, totally MUGGED
The Joker has looked pretty good,against inferior opponents, but his average of a goal every 5 games will come back when the real stuff starts. As for Ings, running his contract out, he will probably ask for a new one when he ralises he is just the new David Nugent, unable to cut it at this level. Can't wait for Vokes to get back, probably our best player at this level and as for Sordell, looks like we got mugged with that one, speaking of mugged, how come we have to pay ridiculous season ticket prices when the board cheap out with their signings, totally MUGGED AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

10:27am Mon 11 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

this team would beat Judas' team very time - good as that team was there is far more quality I the current side and they play with a different team ethic. One thing for sure is Dyche wont jump ship , he will see the job through to end of season and smile down on the championsip.....
this team would beat Judas' team very time - good as that team was there is far more quality I the current side and they play with a different team ethic. One thing for sure is Dyche wont jump ship , he will see the job through to end of season and smile down on the championsip..... Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 8

10:29am Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

You know, I'd be happy if I developed a donkey to be able to carry a load and do all the things donkey's do well. But to try and make people believe and invest in it (at recently massvely inflated prices) as a racehorse would be out of order and I would never enter it into the Grand National. That would make Bumley, sorry I mean the donkey, look stupid.
You know, I'd be happy if I developed a donkey to be able to carry a load and do all the things donkey's do well. But to try and make people believe and invest in it (at recently massvely inflated prices) as a racehorse would be out of order and I would never enter it into the Grand National. That would make Bumley, sorry I mean the donkey, look stupid. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -8

10:31am Mon 11 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening.
Hardly prolific now, he has scored against an Austrian conference side, Blackpool mechanics reserves and Verona so the only ones with any weight are the ones against the Ross County of the spanish division.
We really know how to bull somebody up in these parts, still we have to as our cheapskate signings were designed to mug us off,
Mugged
[quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening.[/p][/quote]Hardly prolific now, he has scored against an Austrian conference side, Blackpool mechanics reserves and Verona so the only ones with any weight are the ones against the Ross County of the spanish division. We really know how to bull somebody up in these parts, still we have to as our cheapskate signings were designed to mug us off, Mugged AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

10:36am Mon 11 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN.

A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably.

Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.
Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd.

Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.
You really know nothing at all about Burnley do you?

So now what you are saying is that you can play 4-4-2 in the Premier League juts so long as your manager is 'experienced'?? But in your earlier post apparently it was impossible to play 4-4-2??

We came up as a far better side than either Palace (75 points) or Hull (78 points did so probably don't need as much surgery as they had (Look at Hull, got rid of rubbish squad players such as Cairney etc to struggling Second Division Blackburn). We completely smashed the Championship with 93 big massive points and basically are a young, talented side, to which we have already added plenty of PL experience and with more signings to come - look at Bowyer, with his Oliver Twist begging bowl out to Venkys - 'Please madam, can we have some more free transfers to bolster our paper-thin squad' - ha ha ha no wonder you are bitter.

Ahh United were 'switched off' under Sir Alex Ferguson were they? But they won't be under Van Gaal? Your bitterness and attempts to undermine anything Burnley have done are endearing, but ultimately just embarrass you and make you look the complete fool that you are.

Owned again.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN. A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably. Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.[/p][/quote]Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd. Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.[/p][/quote]You really know nothing at all about Burnley do you? So now what you are saying is that you can play 4-4-2 in the Premier League juts so long as your manager is 'experienced'?? But in your earlier post apparently it was impossible to play 4-4-2?? We came up as a far better side than either Palace (75 points) or Hull (78 points did so probably don't need as much surgery as they had (Look at Hull, got rid of rubbish squad players such as Cairney etc to struggling Second Division Blackburn). We completely smashed the Championship with 93 big massive points and basically are a young, talented side, to which we have already added plenty of PL experience and with more signings to come - look at Bowyer, with his Oliver Twist begging bowl out to Venkys - 'Please madam, can we have some more free transfers to bolster our paper-thin squad' - ha ha ha no wonder you are bitter. Ahh United were 'switched off' under Sir Alex Ferguson were they? But they won't be under Van Gaal? Your bitterness and attempts to undermine anything Burnley have done are endearing, but ultimately just embarrass you and make you look the complete fool that you are. Owned again. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 16

10:37am Mon 11 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN.
Strange comment really as I thought we just kicked off the football season for Sky?
Sky have released their transmitted Championship games until November - when are Blackburn on again?

What's that - they aren't?

Tiny.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID[/p][/quote]5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN.[/p][/quote]Strange comment really as I thought we just kicked off the football season for Sky?[/p][/quote]Sky have released their transmitted Championship games until November - when are Blackburn on again? What's that - they aren't? Tiny. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 9

10:38am Mon 11 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening.
Dunno but Dyche sounds like the horse whisperer ever able to give that timely and perfect bit of advice and support. He definitely prefers a player with an ear for advice and the right outlook. But you can't see why a young players like Juke wouldn't have that at Boro. Maybe it's that big chance. The PL gives him an extra bit of motivation?
[quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening.[/p][/quote]Dunno but Dyche sounds like the horse whisperer ever able to give that timely and perfect bit of advice and support. He definitely prefers a player with an ear for advice and the right outlook. But you can't see why a young players like Juke wouldn't have that at Boro. Maybe it's that big chance. The PL gives him an extra bit of motivation? Claretcert
  • Score: 4

10:39am Mon 11 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening.
Hardly prolific now, he has scored against an Austrian conference side, Blackpool mechanics reserves and Verona so the only ones with any weight are the ones against the Ross County of the spanish division.
We really know how to bull somebody up in these parts, still we have to as our cheapskate signings were designed to mug us off,
Mugged
Run out of spiders already?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening.[/p][/quote]Hardly prolific now, he has scored against an Austrian conference side, Blackpool mechanics reserves and Verona so the only ones with any weight are the ones against the Ross County of the spanish division. We really know how to bull somebody up in these parts, still we have to as our cheapskate signings were designed to mug us off, Mugged[/p][/quote]Run out of spiders already? ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 5

10:42am Mon 11 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
The Joker has looked pretty good,against inferior opponents, but his average of a goal every 5 games will come back when the real stuff starts. As for Ings, running his contract out, he will probably ask for a new one when he ralises he is just the new David Nugent, unable to cut it at this level. Can't wait for Vokes to get back, probably our best player at this level and as for Sordell, looks like we got mugged with that one, speaking of mugged, how come we have to pay ridiculous season ticket prices when the board cheap out with their signings, totally MUGGED
I think you got mugged and someone stole your personality.
You give leeches a run for their money.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: The Joker has looked pretty good,against inferior opponents, but his average of a goal every 5 games will come back when the real stuff starts. As for Ings, running his contract out, he will probably ask for a new one when he ralises he is just the new David Nugent, unable to cut it at this level. Can't wait for Vokes to get back, probably our best player at this level and as for Sordell, looks like we got mugged with that one, speaking of mugged, how come we have to pay ridiculous season ticket prices when the board cheap out with their signings, totally MUGGED[/p][/quote]I think you got mugged and someone stole your personality. You give leeches a run for their money. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 7

10:45am Mon 11 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN.

A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably.

Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.
Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd.

Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.
Hi Tom, I've heard through the grapevine that Giggsy wants United to slaughter Burnley, to humiliate us on our own patch, he has told all the United players that if the same happens as last season there will be a massive cull. He sees the Burnley game as one to send out a message to the rest of the division, he wants a massacre.
I think this is where Reid will come into his own, slow, injury prone and the turning circle of a super tanker, if we turn him sideways across the pitch, he may just be enough to stop wave after wave. Should be a good game. I must admit though, this Joker lad looks pretty good against rubbish teams
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN. A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably. Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.[/p][/quote]Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd. Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.[/p][/quote]Hi Tom, I've heard through the grapevine that Giggsy wants United to slaughter Burnley, to humiliate us on our own patch, he has told all the United players that if the same happens as last season there will be a massive cull. He sees the Burnley game as one to send out a message to the rest of the division, he wants a massacre. I think this is where Reid will come into his own, slow, injury prone and the turning circle of a super tanker, if we turn him sideways across the pitch, he may just be enough to stop wave after wave. Should be a good game. I must admit though, this Joker lad looks pretty good against rubbish teams AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -7

10:49am Mon 11 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN.

A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably.

Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.
Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd.

Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.
You really know nothing at all about Burnley do you?

So now what you are saying is that you can play 4-4-2 in the Premier League juts so long as your manager is 'experienced'?? But in your earlier post apparently it was impossible to play 4-4-2??

We came up as a far better side than either Palace (75 points) or Hull (78 points did so probably don't need as much surgery as they had (Look at Hull, got rid of rubbish squad players such as Cairney etc to struggling Second Division Blackburn). We completely smashed the Championship with 93 big massive points and basically are a young, talented side, to which we have already added plenty of PL experience and with more signings to come - look at Bowyer, with his Oliver Twist begging bowl out to Venkys - 'Please madam, can we have some more free transfers to bolster our paper-thin squad' - ha ha ha no wonder you are bitter.

Ahh United were 'switched off' under Sir Alex Ferguson were they? But they won't be under Van Gaal? Your bitterness and attempts to undermine anything Burnley have done are endearing, but ultimately just embarrass you and make you look the complete fool that you are.

Owned again.
I wonder who will own who against Chelsea?
In my opinion as Burnleys number 1 fan, we will get mugged, owned and then dumped, I will be blubbing like a baby after the game.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN. A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably. Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.[/p][/quote]Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd. Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.[/p][/quote]You really know nothing at all about Burnley do you? So now what you are saying is that you can play 4-4-2 in the Premier League juts so long as your manager is 'experienced'?? But in your earlier post apparently it was impossible to play 4-4-2?? We came up as a far better side than either Palace (75 points) or Hull (78 points did so probably don't need as much surgery as they had (Look at Hull, got rid of rubbish squad players such as Cairney etc to struggling Second Division Blackburn). We completely smashed the Championship with 93 big massive points and basically are a young, talented side, to which we have already added plenty of PL experience and with more signings to come - look at Bowyer, with his Oliver Twist begging bowl out to Venkys - 'Please madam, can we have some more free transfers to bolster our paper-thin squad' - ha ha ha no wonder you are bitter. Ahh United were 'switched off' under Sir Alex Ferguson were they? But they won't be under Van Gaal? Your bitterness and attempts to undermine anything Burnley have done are endearing, but ultimately just embarrass you and make you look the complete fool that you are. Owned again.[/p][/quote]I wonder who will own who against Chelsea? In my opinion as Burnleys number 1 fan, we will get mugged, owned and then dumped, I will be blubbing like a baby after the game. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -7

11:08am Mon 11 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

21 comments up to press, ten by jealous obsessed Blackburn fans.

In fact there are more comments on this BURNLEY article by Blackburn fans than there are on the Blackburn article that was added on the page at the same time.

So jealous, so many tears, so embarrassingly fixated on Lancashire's Number One club.
21 comments up to press, ten by jealous obsessed Blackburn fans. In fact there are more comments on this BURNLEY article by Blackburn fans than there are on the Blackburn article that was added on the page at the same time. So jealous, so many tears, so embarrassingly fixated on Lancashire's Number One club. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 12

11:08am Mon 11 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN.

A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably.

Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.
Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd.

Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.
You really know nothing at all about Burnley do you?

So now what you are saying is that you can play 4-4-2 in the Premier League juts so long as your manager is 'experienced'?? But in your earlier post apparently it was impossible to play 4-4-2??

We came up as a far better side than either Palace (75 points) or Hull (78 points did so probably don't need as much surgery as they had (Look at Hull, got rid of rubbish squad players such as Cairney etc to struggling Second Division Blackburn). We completely smashed the Championship with 93 big massive points and basically are a young, talented side, to which we have already added plenty of PL experience and with more signings to come - look at Bowyer, with his Oliver Twist begging bowl out to Venkys - 'Please madam, can we have some more free transfers to bolster our paper-thin squad' - ha ha ha no wonder you are bitter.

Ahh United were 'switched off' under Sir Alex Ferguson were they? But they won't be under Van Gaal? Your bitterness and attempts to undermine anything Burnley have done are endearing, but ultimately just embarrass you and make you look the complete fool that you are.

Owned again.
I wonder who will own who against Chelsea?
In my opinion as Burnleys number 1 fan, we will get mugged, owned and then dumped, I will be blubbing like a baby after the game.
You'll be in bed tucked up with teddy long before the game finishes little boy.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN. A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably. Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.[/p][/quote]Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd. Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.[/p][/quote]You really know nothing at all about Burnley do you? So now what you are saying is that you can play 4-4-2 in the Premier League juts so long as your manager is 'experienced'?? But in your earlier post apparently it was impossible to play 4-4-2?? We came up as a far better side than either Palace (75 points) or Hull (78 points did so probably don't need as much surgery as they had (Look at Hull, got rid of rubbish squad players such as Cairney etc to struggling Second Division Blackburn). We completely smashed the Championship with 93 big massive points and basically are a young, talented side, to which we have already added plenty of PL experience and with more signings to come - look at Bowyer, with his Oliver Twist begging bowl out to Venkys - 'Please madam, can we have some more free transfers to bolster our paper-thin squad' - ha ha ha no wonder you are bitter. Ahh United were 'switched off' under Sir Alex Ferguson were they? But they won't be under Van Gaal? Your bitterness and attempts to undermine anything Burnley have done are endearing, but ultimately just embarrass you and make you look the complete fool that you are. Owned again.[/p][/quote]I wonder who will own who against Chelsea? In my opinion as Burnleys number 1 fan, we will get mugged, owned and then dumped, I will be blubbing like a baby after the game.[/p][/quote]You'll be in bed tucked up with teddy long before the game finishes little boy. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 7

11:10am Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN.

A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably.

Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.
Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd.

Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.
Hi Tom, I've heard through the grapevine that Giggsy wants United to slaughter Burnley, to humiliate us on our own patch, he has told all the United players that if the same happens as last season there will be a massive cull. He sees the Burnley game as one to send out a message to the rest of the division, he wants a massacre.
I think this is where Reid will come into his own, slow, injury prone and the turning circle of a super tanker, if we turn him sideways across the pitch, he may just be enough to stop wave after wave. Should be a good game. I must admit though, this Joker lad looks pretty good against rubbish teams
Good thinking AP4B, that might be a good use of Reid at this stage of his career. Lie him down like a sort of 'speed-hump' if you will to slow down the onslaught of attacks. I believe Douche has already spoken to him about which areas of the pitch are best to lie down in as West Brom clearly couldn't develop him to lie down in the right areas. Sooner or later he might even trip someone up. Realistically, this would be the only way Bumley could have a Hazard in their side.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN. A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably. Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.[/p][/quote]Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd. Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.[/p][/quote]Hi Tom, I've heard through the grapevine that Giggsy wants United to slaughter Burnley, to humiliate us on our own patch, he has told all the United players that if the same happens as last season there will be a massive cull. He sees the Burnley game as one to send out a message to the rest of the division, he wants a massacre. I think this is where Reid will come into his own, slow, injury prone and the turning circle of a super tanker, if we turn him sideways across the pitch, he may just be enough to stop wave after wave. Should be a good game. I must admit though, this Joker lad looks pretty good against rubbish teams[/p][/quote]Good thinking AP4B, that might be a good use of Reid at this stage of his career. Lie him down like a sort of 'speed-hump' if you will to slow down the onslaught of attacks. I believe Douche has already spoken to him about which areas of the pitch are best to lie down in as West Brom clearly couldn't develop him to lie down in the right areas. Sooner or later he might even trip someone up. Realistically, this would be the only way Bumley could have a Hazard in their side. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -5

11:15am Mon 11 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

put yourself in their shoes- if you had to watch that crap at Deadwood very other week you would realise there's nothing good to talk about, so you would want to go on a board that had some proper football stuff to talk about.
put yourself in their shoes- if you had to watch that crap at Deadwood very other week you would realise there's nothing good to talk about, so you would want to go on a board that had some proper football stuff to talk about. Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 6

11:22am Mon 11 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Who says you can't play Ings on his own up front on his own? And you need to be a little sharper (I know, I know - polishing a botty dropping and all that) sunshine. With a five-man midfield, any one of (usually two) working "in harness" with the loan forward means a six, five or three man midfield, as dictated by what's happening on the pitch at the time. A third of Burnley's goals were scored using this method last season including two against QPR away, one away at Leicester and three against Derby, one at the Turf and two away. So they have proven that Ings can play this role against two currently fellow premiership sides and a top Championship side.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.[/p][/quote]Who says you can't play Ings on his own up front on his own? And you need to be a little sharper (I know, I know - polishing a botty dropping and all that) sunshine. With a five-man midfield, any one of (usually two) working "in harness" with the loan forward means a six, five or three man midfield, as dictated by what's happening on the pitch at the time. A third of Burnley's goals were scored using this method last season including two against QPR away, one away at Leicester and three against Derby, one at the Turf and two away. So they have proven that Ings can play this role against two currently fellow premiership sides and a top Championship side. RobH2O .
  • Score: 4

11:24am Mon 11 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN.

A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably.

Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.
Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd.

Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.
Hi Tom, I've heard through the grapevine that Giggsy wants United to slaughter Burnley, to humiliate us on our own patch, he has told all the United players that if the same happens as last season there will be a massive cull. He sees the Burnley game as one to send out a message to the rest of the division, he wants a massacre.
I think this is where Reid will come into his own, slow, injury prone and the turning circle of a super tanker, if we turn him sideways across the pitch, he may just be enough to stop wave after wave. Should be a good game. I must admit though, this Joker lad looks pretty good against rubbish teams
Good thinking AP4B, that might be a good use of Reid at this stage of his career. Lie him down like a sort of 'speed-hump' if you will to slow down the onslaught of attacks. I believe Douche has already spoken to him about which areas of the pitch are best to lie down in as West Brom clearly couldn't develop him to lie down in the right areas. Sooner or later he might even trip someone up. Realistically, this would be the only way Bumley could have a Hazard in their side.
Dyche has a knack of getting players to take new ideas and concepts on board, this speed bump thing is all of his own making, United will not know what hit them. Dyches tactical genius will astound the world
I'm really looking forward to that one, but its Chelsea up first where we will see Hazard in Dave Jones's back pocket. The crab will have him tied in knots. Jones was slow on the uptake of new thinking last season but Dyche has finally got him to take on board he has two feet, so this season he will be like Maradona, can't wait
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha fun begin? Yep it's going to be fun alright playing the best teams in the world and watching Blackburn flatter to deceive with your poor Second Division squad and mega-inspirational manager leading you to mid-table obscurity AGAIN. A lot of teams played 4-4-2 last season in the Premier League including 'relegation favourites' Hull and Palace who both survived comfortably. Like Gary Mogodon your manager, you know nowt you goon.[/p][/quote]Both had managers with Premier League experience. Hull spent money and Palace were pretty much dead until Pulis came along (and also spent money). Douche knows nothing about the bloodbath he's just about to walk you in to and has signed a load of Championship reserves as if he's some sort of messiah and no other manager is capable or thought of such a strategy before. Also remember Utd etc won't be switched off this time, in fact I'd think they'll be wanting to do the business on t'Turd. Last time was your best shot and Coyle got you to come out of the blocks and catch everyone unawares at least for the first half of the season. This time Douche will have a similar attitude but you'll be found wanting.[/p][/quote]Hi Tom, I've heard through the grapevine that Giggsy wants United to slaughter Burnley, to humiliate us on our own patch, he has told all the United players that if the same happens as last season there will be a massive cull. He sees the Burnley game as one to send out a message to the rest of the division, he wants a massacre. I think this is where Reid will come into his own, slow, injury prone and the turning circle of a super tanker, if we turn him sideways across the pitch, he may just be enough to stop wave after wave. Should be a good game. I must admit though, this Joker lad looks pretty good against rubbish teams[/p][/quote]Good thinking AP4B, that might be a good use of Reid at this stage of his career. Lie him down like a sort of 'speed-hump' if you will to slow down the onslaught of attacks. I believe Douche has already spoken to him about which areas of the pitch are best to lie down in as West Brom clearly couldn't develop him to lie down in the right areas. Sooner or later he might even trip someone up. Realistically, this would be the only way Bumley could have a Hazard in their side.[/p][/quote]Dyche has a knack of getting players to take new ideas and concepts on board, this speed bump thing is all of his own making, United will not know what hit them. Dyches tactical genius will astound the world I'm really looking forward to that one, but its Chelsea up first where we will see Hazard in Dave Jones's back pocket. The crab will have him tied in knots. Jones was slow on the uptake of new thinking last season but Dyche has finally got him to take on board he has two feet, so this season he will be like Maradona, can't wait AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -3

11:29am Mon 11 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening.
Hi Zomzom you know, the margins are very tight in football. Take Austin for example. He was not quite there in the two season before he came to Burnley. He had six months under Dyche who truly sharpened up what Howe had done so well. A £1m became a £7m player who's, safely had to be sold and at a cut-down price because of the clubs cash needs coinciding with the player's contract position.

The same can be done with Juto.
[quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening.[/p][/quote]Hi Zomzom you know, the margins are very tight in football. Take Austin for example. He was not quite there in the two season before he came to Burnley. He had six months under Dyche who truly sharpened up what Howe had done so well. A £1m became a £7m player who's, safely had to be sold and at a cut-down price because of the clubs cash needs coinciding with the player's contract position. The same can be done with Juto. RobH2O .
  • Score: 3

11:30am Mon 11 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Just sooo obsessed with all things Burnley FC aren't you all? You really are missing the Premier League badly it would appear.

I actually find it quite endearing and cute that you have disregarded your own team's fortunes to entertain us with your know-nothingness and jealousy-based predictions about our forthcoming PREMIER LEAGUE campaign.

Do any of you ever post on your OWN TEAM'S articles?
Just sooo obsessed with all things Burnley FC aren't you all? You really are missing the Premier League badly it would appear. I actually find it quite endearing and cute that you have disregarded your own team's fortunes to entertain us with your know-nothingness and jealousy-based predictions about our forthcoming PREMIER LEAGUE campaign. Do any of you ever post on your OWN TEAM'S articles? Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 9

11:30am Mon 11 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
puerile infant
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID[/p][/quote]puerile infant RobH2O .
  • Score: 4

11:34am Mon 11 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Another 'big; crowd at Deadwood for the opening game - where they all gone?
Another 'big; crowd at Deadwood for the opening game - where they all gone? Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 5

11:52am Mon 11 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

RobH2O . wrote:
ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening.
Hi Zomzom you know, the margins are very tight in football. Take Austin for example. He was not quite there in the two season before he came to Burnley. He had six months under Dyche who truly sharpened up what Howe had done so well. A £1m became a £7m player who's, safely had to be sold and at a cut-down price because of the clubs cash needs coinciding with the player's contract position.

The same can be done with Juto.
Yeah I can see the board selling Juto in the christmas window if he keeps this up, more money to be trousered whilst we mugs pick up the tab with over hyped season ticket prices, Our well run club has a great ethos
Buy small
Sell big
Mug punters
Trouser proceeds
Varnish seats
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Whatever they have focused on in improving the lad's game is certainly working. He is coming on in leaps and bounds. It does beg the question though, seeing as he is 25, what on earth have his previous clubs been doing with him as he has hardly been prolific? Six in six is a good return even in pre season. He will be buzzing on Monday evening.[/p][/quote]Hi Zomzom you know, the margins are very tight in football. Take Austin for example. He was not quite there in the two season before he came to Burnley. He had six months under Dyche who truly sharpened up what Howe had done so well. A £1m became a £7m player who's, safely had to be sold and at a cut-down price because of the clubs cash needs coinciding with the player's contract position. The same can be done with Juto.[/p][/quote]Yeah I can see the board selling Juto in the christmas window if he keeps this up, more money to be trousered whilst we mugs pick up the tab with over hyped season ticket prices, Our well run club has a great ethos Buy small Sell big Mug punters Trouser proceeds Varnish seats AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -5

12:02pm Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

RobH2O . wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Who says you can't play Ings on his own up front on his own? And you need to be a little sharper (I know, I know - polishing a botty dropping and all that) sunshine. With a five-man midfield, any one of (usually two) working "in harness" with the loan forward means a six, five or three man midfield, as dictated by what's happening on the pitch at the time. A third of Burnley's goals were scored using this method last season including two against QPR away, one away at Leicester and three against Derby, one at the Turf and two away. So they have proven that Ings can play this role against two currently fellow premiership sides and a top Championship side.
Was that when Vokes was playing in midfield then?
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.[/p][/quote]Who says you can't play Ings on his own up front on his own? And you need to be a little sharper (I know, I know - polishing a botty dropping and all that) sunshine. With a five-man midfield, any one of (usually two) working "in harness" with the loan forward means a six, five or three man midfield, as dictated by what's happening on the pitch at the time. A third of Burnley's goals were scored using this method last season including two against QPR away, one away at Leicester and three against Derby, one at the Turf and two away. So they have proven that Ings can play this role against two currently fellow premiership sides and a top Championship side.[/p][/quote]Was that when Vokes was playing in midfield then? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -2

12:06pm Mon 11 Aug 14

milnrow claret says...

I think their gates were down because of the tightening up of the dole. Cameron's harsher stance on those who can claim JSA has hit Shadsworth pretty hard and for most rovers fans it comes down to a choice between bubble or a ticket. We all know the answer to that one
I think their gates were down because of the tightening up of the dole. Cameron's harsher stance on those who can claim JSA has hit Shadsworth pretty hard and for most rovers fans it comes down to a choice between bubble or a ticket. We all know the answer to that one milnrow claret
  • Score: 5

12:08pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

The LET is becoming like a holding tank for all the drunks, mentally ill and unemployed males of Blackburn to sit in all day and share their incoherent ramblings with each other. Guaranteed these serial drains on the state haven't been out yet today. The only checking in they're likely to do is at one stop to stock up on cheap cider and then boots for the anti-depressants. As the world busies itself for another working week, they lost childish spiteful remarks about profess athletes whose life is the mirror image of their own non existence, self loathing mess. Juke will have burned more calories before breakfast than these stunted loafers will all day. Had more fun by 11:00 than they've had this month, earned mire by 12:00 than they have this year. Compare the man with those making negative ill-informed comments about him. Get back under a rock you shameless excuses for football fans. At least open a window. Your lives stink.
The LET is becoming like a holding tank for all the drunks, mentally ill and unemployed males of Blackburn to sit in all day and share their incoherent ramblings with each other. Guaranteed these serial drains on the state haven't been out yet today. The only checking in they're likely to do is at one stop to stock up on cheap cider and then boots for the anti-depressants. As the world busies itself for another working week, they lost childish spiteful remarks about profess athletes whose life is the mirror image of their own non existence, self loathing mess. Juke will have burned more calories before breakfast than these stunted loafers will all day. Had more fun by 11:00 than they've had this month, earned mire by 12:00 than they have this year. Compare the man with those making negative ill-informed comments about him. Get back under a rock you shameless excuses for football fans. At least open a window. Your lives stink. Claretcert
  • Score: 1

12:22pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Claretcert wrote:
The LET is becoming like a holding tank for all the drunks, mentally ill and unemployed males of Blackburn to sit in all day and share their incoherent ramblings with each other. Guaranteed these serial drains on the state haven't been out yet today. The only checking in they're likely to do is at one stop to stock up on cheap cider and then boots for the anti-depressants. As the world busies itself for another working week, they lost childish spiteful remarks about profess athletes whose life is the mirror image of their own non existence, self loathing mess. Juke will have burned more calories before breakfast than these stunted loafers will all day. Had more fun by 11:00 than they've had this month, earned mire by 12:00 than they have this year. Compare the man with those making negative ill-informed comments about him. Get back under a rock you shameless excuses for football fans. At least open a window. Your lives stink.
Otherwise okay?
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: The LET is becoming like a holding tank for all the drunks, mentally ill and unemployed males of Blackburn to sit in all day and share their incoherent ramblings with each other. Guaranteed these serial drains on the state haven't been out yet today. The only checking in they're likely to do is at one stop to stock up on cheap cider and then boots for the anti-depressants. As the world busies itself for another working week, they lost childish spiteful remarks about profess athletes whose life is the mirror image of their own non existence, self loathing mess. Juke will have burned more calories before breakfast than these stunted loafers will all day. Had more fun by 11:00 than they've had this month, earned mire by 12:00 than they have this year. Compare the man with those making negative ill-informed comments about him. Get back under a rock you shameless excuses for football fans. At least open a window. Your lives stink.[/p][/quote]Otherwise okay? Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 2

12:26pm Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

Look, this isn't easy for me but I say to my fellow Rovers supporters, its time we both faced up to it, the Clarets are superior to us in every way, the football they play is better, the squad they have is better, their manager is better, their support is better, their prospects are better. Our aim should be to replicate their achievements, but that I'm afraid to say will remain a dream given that we are shortly to be subject to Financial Fair Play sanctions. It's all going wrong for us, tragically wrong.

Let's stop embarrassing ourselves by trying to belittle their achievements, after all they shut us up last year when they beat us at home. Then they got promoted, and the final insult to us was those 3 points they took at Ewood Park effectively keeping us out of the play-off's.

We've got to move on and accept our place as the little man once more.
Look, this isn't easy for me but I say to my fellow Rovers supporters, its time we both faced up to it, the Clarets are superior to us in every way, the football they play is better, the squad they have is better, their manager is better, their support is better, their prospects are better. Our aim should be to replicate their achievements, but that I'm afraid to say will remain a dream given that we are shortly to be subject to Financial Fair Play sanctions. It's all going wrong for us, tragically wrong. Let's stop embarrassing ourselves by trying to belittle their achievements, after all they shut us up last year when they beat us at home. Then they got promoted, and the final insult to us was those 3 points they took at Ewood Park effectively keeping us out of the play-off's. We've got to move on and accept our place as the little man once more. TurfMoor Tom
  • Score: 9

12:29pm Mon 11 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Burnley v Chelsea = Pound shop v Harrods
Its a good job they never put season ticket prices up to watch this shop full of plastic clothes pegs and bin liners
er, hang on a minute
Burnley v Chelsea = Pound shop v Harrods Its a good job they never put season ticket prices up to watch this shop full of plastic clothes pegs and bin liners er, hang on a minute AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -4

12:43pm Mon 11 Aug 14

milnrow claret says...

paid just over £300 for my ticket m8, just like the rest of the fans who wanted one regardless of the league we are in... Just put your penis away, get dressed, have a shave, a shower and walk out that front door.

You can do it Barry. You can get a job and move out of that run down old bedsit. Today can be the first day of the rest of your life
paid just over £300 for my ticket m8, just like the rest of the fans who wanted one regardless of the league we are in... Just put your penis away, get dressed, have a shave, a shower and walk out that front door. You can do it Barry. You can get a job and move out of that run down old bedsit. Today can be the first day of the rest of your life milnrow claret
  • Score: 2

12:43pm Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

Wake up and smell the poultry. Its time we had a dose of our own medicine after lording it over the dingles for so many years. I actually do believe in Karma and I think that's what we Blackburn Rovers fans are now experiencing, we had the high's with the bottomless pockets of Jack Walker, so we must now accept the lows of the Venky's and their complete mismanagement of our club. Some would say we deserve it for being so cocky and I for one have now wound my neck in and hope that we can imitate the Burnley success story ourselves, but it will take time.

Stop being so blinkered you fools.
Wake up and smell the poultry. Its time we had a dose of our own medicine after lording it over the dingles for so many years. I actually do believe in Karma and I think that's what we Blackburn Rovers fans are now experiencing, we had the high's with the bottomless pockets of Jack Walker, so we must now accept the lows of the Venky's and their complete mismanagement of our club. Some would say we deserve it for being so cocky and I for one have now wound my neck in and hope that we can imitate the Burnley success story ourselves, but it will take time. Stop being so blinkered you fools. TurfMoor Tom
  • Score: 3

12:46pm Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

TurfMoor Tom wrote:
Look, this isn't easy for me but I say to my fellow Rovers supporters, its time we both faced up to it, the Clarets are superior to us in every way, the football they play is better, the squad they have is better, their manager is better, their support is better, their prospects are better. Our aim should be to replicate their achievements, but that I'm afraid to say will remain a dream given that we are shortly to be subject to Financial Fair Play sanctions. It's all going wrong for us, tragically wrong.

Let's stop embarrassing ourselves by trying to belittle their achievements, after all they shut us up last year when they beat us at home. Then they got promoted, and the final insult to us was those 3 points they took at Ewood Park effectively keeping us out of the play-off's.

We've got to move on and accept our place as the little man once more.
1. You've posted on the wrong board.
2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: Look, this isn't easy for me but I say to my fellow Rovers supporters, its time we both faced up to it, the Clarets are superior to us in every way, the football they play is better, the squad they have is better, their manager is better, their support is better, their prospects are better. Our aim should be to replicate their achievements, but that I'm afraid to say will remain a dream given that we are shortly to be subject to Financial Fair Play sanctions. It's all going wrong for us, tragically wrong. Let's stop embarrassing ourselves by trying to belittle their achievements, after all they shut us up last year when they beat us at home. Then they got promoted, and the final insult to us was those 3 points they took at Ewood Park effectively keeping us out of the play-off's. We've got to move on and accept our place as the little man once more.[/p][/quote]1. You've posted on the wrong board. 2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -4

12:55pm Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

"1. You've posted on the wrong board."

No I haven't.


"2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle."

Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off.

I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves.

WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE!
"1. You've posted on the wrong board." No I haven't. "2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle." Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off. I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves. WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE! TurfMoor Tom
  • Score: 4

1:06pm Mon 11 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
Sky + Muppet on the Dole, Doing all old Faggots, can't wait for the next **** fest to come down next February. Rear - end to doers in definitely.

Lucky you George. Is that how you pay for your Sky+ ?
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID[/p][/quote]Sky + Muppet on the Dole, Doing all old Faggots, can't wait for the next **** fest to come down next February. Rear - end to doers in definitely. Lucky you George. Is that how you pay for your Sky+ ? ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 2

1:09pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
TurfMoor Tom wrote:
Look, this isn't easy for me but I say to my fellow Rovers supporters, its time we both faced up to it, the Clarets are superior to us in every way, the football they play is better, the squad they have is better, their manager is better, their support is better, their prospects are better. Our aim should be to replicate their achievements, but that I'm afraid to say will remain a dream given that we are shortly to be subject to Financial Fair Play sanctions. It's all going wrong for us, tragically wrong.

Let's stop embarrassing ourselves by trying to belittle their achievements, after all they shut us up last year when they beat us at home. Then they got promoted, and the final insult to us was those 3 points they took at Ewood Park effectively keeping us out of the play-off's.

We've got to move on and accept our place as the little man once more.
1. You've posted on the wrong board.
2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle.
TMT arguing with itself, proper quality!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: Look, this isn't easy for me but I say to my fellow Rovers supporters, its time we both faced up to it, the Clarets are superior to us in every way, the football they play is better, the squad they have is better, their manager is better, their support is better, their prospects are better. Our aim should be to replicate their achievements, but that I'm afraid to say will remain a dream given that we are shortly to be subject to Financial Fair Play sanctions. It's all going wrong for us, tragically wrong. Let's stop embarrassing ourselves by trying to belittle their achievements, after all they shut us up last year when they beat us at home. Then they got promoted, and the final insult to us was those 3 points they took at Ewood Park effectively keeping us out of the play-off's. We've got to move on and accept our place as the little man once more.[/p][/quote]1. You've posted on the wrong board. 2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle.[/p][/quote]TMT arguing with itself, proper quality! Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 1

1:12pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.
Who says you can't play Ings on his own up front on his own? And you need to be a little sharper (I know, I know - polishing a botty dropping and all that) sunshine. With a five-man midfield, any one of (usually two) working "in harness" with the loan forward means a six, five or three man midfield, as dictated by what's happening on the pitch at the time. A third of Burnley's goals were scored using this method last season including two against QPR away, one away at Leicester and three against Derby, one at the Turf and two away. So they have proven that Ings can play this role against two currently fellow premiership sides and a top Championship side.
Was that when Vokes was playing in midfield then?
No d1ckhead it was when Vokes and Danny Ings alternated between playing up top and out wide.

Know nothing belmtard.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Can't play Ings on his own up front (and he can't score at the moment anyway) and if you play 2 up top you'll look even more foolish than what you are now. That said, Jutkiewicz isn't up to it anyway and you can't attract any quality. Simply put, you're farked. Let the fun begin.[/p][/quote]Who says you can't play Ings on his own up front on his own? And you need to be a little sharper (I know, I know - polishing a botty dropping and all that) sunshine. With a five-man midfield, any one of (usually two) working "in harness" with the loan forward means a six, five or three man midfield, as dictated by what's happening on the pitch at the time. A third of Burnley's goals were scored using this method last season including two against QPR away, one away at Leicester and three against Derby, one at the Turf and two away. So they have proven that Ings can play this role against two currently fellow premiership sides and a top Championship side.[/p][/quote]Was that when Vokes was playing in midfield then?[/p][/quote]No d1ckhead it was when Vokes and Danny Ings alternated between playing up top and out wide. Know nothing belmtard. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 3

1:16pm Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

TurfMoor Tom wrote:
"1. You've posted on the wrong board."

No I haven't.


"2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle."

Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off.

I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves.

WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE!
3. Basing your achievement on your neighbours is poor. We just go to our trophy cabinet. Thank for the realisation that we are mighty all the same.
4. Best football at Championship level? You didn't even come close to matching Leicester in just last season.
5. We were only to blame for last season and it would have been too soon. Just as it is now for you
6. Championship reserves. That is some benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight. Once you start to play the game, you'll build the ivory tower. You can't win.

Look sunshine, you're a loser. You've tried this name and Ewood_Mark and everyone ignores you over on Rovers threads while giving you 130 thumbs down on the Cardiff match report alone. At least people listen to me on here and realise there is some sense in what I say as I only get 10 thumbs down and all of them are from you. Wise up to the fact, as your 6-fingered brothers and sisters have, that you're going nowhere.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: "1. You've posted on the wrong board." No I haven't. "2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle." Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off. I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves. WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE![/p][/quote]3. Basing your achievement on your neighbours is poor. We just go to our trophy cabinet. Thank for the realisation that we are mighty all the same. 4. Best football at Championship level? You didn't even come close to matching Leicester in just last season. 5. We were only to blame for last season and it would have been too soon. Just as it is now for you 6. Championship reserves. That is some benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight. Once you start to play the game, you'll build the ivory tower. You can't win. Look sunshine, you're a loser. You've tried this name and Ewood_Mark and everyone ignores you over on Rovers threads while giving you 130 thumbs down on the Cardiff match report alone. At least people listen to me on here and realise there is some sense in what I say as I only get 10 thumbs down and all of them are from you. Wise up to the fact, as your 6-fingered brothers and sisters have, that you're going nowhere. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -4

1:20pm Mon 11 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

TurfMoor Tom wrote:
"1. You've posted on the wrong board."

No I haven't.


"2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle."

Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off.

I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves.

WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE!
Which head would that be?
We at Burnley know that to survive would be an achievement with the lack of backing Dyche has had. I can see him jumping like Coyle and for exactly the same reasons
1 The boards failure to back him
2 Other clubs wanting his moneyball misfit template
3 More money on offer to him from the third tier upwards
4 Not wanting a relegation on his CV
5 Inability to find another luck donkey as the last one was flogged to death.
6 The facilities look like the potato famine era.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: "1. You've posted on the wrong board." No I haven't. "2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle." Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off. I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves. WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE![/p][/quote]Which head would that be? We at Burnley know that to survive would be an achievement with the lack of backing Dyche has had. I can see him jumping like Coyle and for exactly the same reasons 1 The boards failure to back him 2 Other clubs wanting his moneyball misfit template 3 More money on offer to him from the third tier upwards 4 Not wanting a relegation on his CV 5 Inability to find another luck donkey as the last one was flogged to death. 6 The facilities look like the potato famine era. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -5

1:35pm Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

Once again the TMT moron above is simply a troll out to disrupt each and every comments page whether Blackburn or Burnley related. He has copied my username and seeks to misrepresent me at every turn. His recent suspension by the LT moderators for foul and abusive language looks to have ended sadly. Just ignore him and his jealousy and he'll go away soon enough.

As regards the article I'm really starting to believe you lot could make your mark in the Premier League this season. Your low-key signings while not looking like world beaters have definitely bought into the Sean Dyche methodology and I would expect both Jutkiewicz, who's already looking like a top player with 6 goals in pre-season, and Taylor to be stand out players. A couple more additions and I think you'll be ready to give a decent account of yourselves in the Premier League, and good luck to you I say.

As for our own prospects, I'm not entirely sure we'll make top half this season, we are considerably weaker across the board whilst the division as a whole is looking very strong. I simply see another season of disappointment for us, and all the while the jealous section of our support will seek to berate the Burnley fans in such a way as to lessen the emphasis on our own demise.

To my fellow Rovers, it's a sad day when all we have to look forward to as a club is that Burnley FC fall short in their battle with the cream of world football on display in the Premier League. Particularly when our own club is about to be stung by FFP. Perhaps we'd be wise to show a bit of class lest we look like buffoons in January?

Just a thought.
Once again the TMT moron above is simply a troll out to disrupt each and every comments page whether Blackburn or Burnley related. He has copied my username and seeks to misrepresent me at every turn. His recent suspension by the LT moderators for foul and abusive language looks to have ended sadly. Just ignore him and his jealousy and he'll go away soon enough. As regards the article I'm really starting to believe you lot could make your mark in the Premier League this season. Your low-key signings while not looking like world beaters have definitely bought into the Sean Dyche methodology and I would expect both Jutkiewicz, who's already looking like a top player with 6 goals in pre-season, and Taylor to be stand out players. A couple more additions and I think you'll be ready to give a decent account of yourselves in the Premier League, and good luck to you I say. As for our own prospects, I'm not entirely sure we'll make top half this season, we are considerably weaker across the board whilst the division as a whole is looking very strong. I simply see another season of disappointment for us, and all the while the jealous section of our support will seek to berate the Burnley fans in such a way as to lessen the emphasis on our own demise. To my fellow Rovers, it's a sad day when all we have to look forward to as a club is that Burnley FC fall short in their battle with the cream of world football on display in the Premier League. Particularly when our own club is about to be stung by FFP. Perhaps we'd be wise to show a bit of class lest we look like buffoons in January? Just a thought. TurfMoor Tom
  • Score: 4

1:40pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
TurfMoor Tom wrote:
"1. You've posted on the wrong board."

No I haven't.


"2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle."

Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off.

I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves.

WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE!
3. Basing your achievement on your neighbours is poor. We just go to our trophy cabinet. Thank for the realisation that we are mighty all the same.
4. Best football at Championship level? You didn't even come close to matching Leicester in just last season.
5. We were only to blame for last season and it would have been too soon. Just as it is now for you
6. Championship reserves. That is some benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight. Once you start to play the game, you'll build the ivory tower. You can't win.

Look sunshine, you're a loser. You've tried this name and Ewood_Mark and everyone ignores you over on Rovers threads while giving you 130 thumbs down on the Cardiff match report alone. At least people listen to me on here and realise there is some sense in what I say as I only get 10 thumbs down and all of them are from you. Wise up to the fact, as your 6-fingered brothers and sisters have, that you're going nowhere.
Why do you continue to post on Burnley articles in such great volumes if you aren't jealous of our achievements? - you have posted EIGHT times on this article and that's not even including your alter-ego AP4B, why is this? What is wrong with you?

Congratulations on being THE most shallow and sad of all the Blackburn six-fingered cave-dwellers that post on here as it appears you are actively courting for thumbs up?? 'At least people listen to what I say', what kind of narcissistic planet are you living on you absolute numpty?

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[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: "1. You've posted on the wrong board." No I haven't. "2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle." Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off. I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves. WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE![/p][/quote]3. Basing your achievement on your neighbours is poor. We just go to our trophy cabinet. Thank for the realisation that we are mighty all the same. 4. Best football at Championship level? You didn't even come close to matching Leicester in just last season. 5. We were only to blame for last season and it would have been too soon. Just as it is now for you 6. Championship reserves. That is some benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight. Once you start to play the game, you'll build the ivory tower. You can't win. Look sunshine, you're a loser. You've tried this name and Ewood_Mark and everyone ignores you over on Rovers threads while giving you 130 thumbs down on the Cardiff match report alone. At least people listen to me on here and realise there is some sense in what I say as I only get 10 thumbs down and all of them are from you. Wise up to the fact, as your 6-fingered brothers and sisters have, that you're going nowhere.[/p][/quote]Why do you continue to post on Burnley articles in such great volumes if you aren't jealous of our achievements? - you have posted EIGHT times on this article and that's not even including your alter-ego AP4B, why is this? What is wrong with you? Congratulations on being THE most shallow and sad of all the Blackburn six-fingered cave-dwellers that post on here as it appears you are actively courting for thumbs up?? 'At least people listen to what I say', what kind of narcissistic planet are you living on you absolute numpty? W O R S T B A N T E R E V E R Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 5

1:42pm Mon 11 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

TurfMoor Tom wrote:
Once again the TMT moron above is simply a troll out to disrupt each and every comments page whether Blackburn or Burnley related. He has copied my username and seeks to misrepresent me at every turn. His recent suspension by the LT moderators for foul and abusive language looks to have ended sadly. Just ignore him and his jealousy and he'll go away soon enough.

As regards the article I'm really starting to believe you lot could make your mark in the Premier League this season. Your low-key signings while not looking like world beaters have definitely bought into the Sean Dyche methodology and I would expect both Jutkiewicz, who's already looking like a top player with 6 goals in pre-season, and Taylor to be stand out players. A couple more additions and I think you'll be ready to give a decent account of yourselves in the Premier League, and good luck to you I say.

As for our own prospects, I'm not entirely sure we'll make top half this season, we are considerably weaker across the board whilst the division as a whole is looking very strong. I simply see another season of disappointment for us, and all the while the jealous section of our support will seek to berate the Burnley fans in such a way as to lessen the emphasis on our own demise.

To my fellow Rovers, it's a sad day when all we have to look forward to as a club is that Burnley FC fall short in their battle with the cream of world football on display in the Premier League. Particularly when our own club is about to be stung by FFP. Perhaps we'd be wise to show a bit of class lest we look like buffoons in January?

Just a thought.
But it is you that is the fake here
Its like us at Burnley now claiming to be Villa, they were here first and no amount of bleating will change this fact.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: Once again the TMT moron above is simply a troll out to disrupt each and every comments page whether Blackburn or Burnley related. He has copied my username and seeks to misrepresent me at every turn. His recent suspension by the LT moderators for foul and abusive language looks to have ended sadly. Just ignore him and his jealousy and he'll go away soon enough. As regards the article I'm really starting to believe you lot could make your mark in the Premier League this season. Your low-key signings while not looking like world beaters have definitely bought into the Sean Dyche methodology and I would expect both Jutkiewicz, who's already looking like a top player with 6 goals in pre-season, and Taylor to be stand out players. A couple more additions and I think you'll be ready to give a decent account of yourselves in the Premier League, and good luck to you I say. As for our own prospects, I'm not entirely sure we'll make top half this season, we are considerably weaker across the board whilst the division as a whole is looking very strong. I simply see another season of disappointment for us, and all the while the jealous section of our support will seek to berate the Burnley fans in such a way as to lessen the emphasis on our own demise. To my fellow Rovers, it's a sad day when all we have to look forward to as a club is that Burnley FC fall short in their battle with the cream of world football on display in the Premier League. Particularly when our own club is about to be stung by FFP. Perhaps we'd be wise to show a bit of class lest we look like buffoons in January? Just a thought.[/p][/quote]But it is you that is the fake here Its like us at Burnley now claiming to be Villa, they were here first and no amount of bleating will change this fact. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -2

1:58pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

if we all just ignore him - he will simply go away- he must be some kind of schizophrenic - talking as 2 persons to himself all day long. Kind of understand it really being a b...ds fan. But I gave up reading this crap he writes in whosoever persona some time ago - time for us all to do the same.
if we all just ignore him - he will simply go away- he must be some kind of schizophrenic - talking as 2 persons to himself all day long. Kind of understand it really being a b...ds fan. But I gave up reading this crap he writes in whosoever persona some time ago - time for us all to do the same. Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 1

2:02pm Mon 11 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
March 9th I was there.
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID[/p][/quote]March 9th I was there. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 2

2:06pm Mon 11 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
You know, I'd be happy if I developed a donkey to be able to carry a load and do all the things donkey's do well. But to try and make people believe and invest in it (at recently massvely inflated prices) as a racehorse would be out of order and I would never enter it into the Grand National. That would make Bumley, sorry I mean the donkey, look stupid.
It's there again. **** for all things equine. Keep your grubby hands on the keyboard Mr Ed.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: You know, I'd be happy if I developed a donkey to be able to carry a load and do all the things donkey's do well. But to try and make people believe and invest in it (at recently massvely inflated prices) as a racehorse would be out of order and I would never enter it into the Grand National. That would make Bumley, sorry I mean the donkey, look stupid.[/p][/quote]It's there again. **** for all things equine. Keep your grubby hands on the keyboard Mr Ed. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 2

2:12pm Mon 11 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
21 comments up to press, ten by jealous obsessed Blackburn fans.

In fact there are more comments on this BURNLEY article by Blackburn fans than there are on the Blackburn article that was added on the page at the same time.

So jealous, so many tears, so embarrassingly fixated on Lancashire's Number One club.
It destracts them from the worry of if thdy will ever register a win this season. Maybe tomorrow but who knows?
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: 21 comments up to press, ten by jealous obsessed Blackburn fans. In fact there are more comments on this BURNLEY article by Blackburn fans than there are on the Blackburn article that was added on the page at the same time. So jealous, so many tears, so embarrassingly fixated on Lancashire's Number One club.[/p][/quote]It destracts them from the worry of if thdy will ever register a win this season. Maybe tomorrow but who knows? tall in the saddle
  • Score: 2

2:17pm Mon 11 Aug 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Just sooo obsessed with all things Burnley FC aren't you all? You really are missing the Premier League badly it would appear.

I actually find it quite endearing and cute that you have disregarded your own team's fortunes to entertain us with your know-nothingness and jealousy-based predictions about our forthcoming PREMIER LEAGUE campaign.

Do any of you ever post on your OWN TEAM'S articles?
....and given the number of times you post on rovers articles it seems that you are missing rovers and the championship really badly too.

never mind - you'll have a "good day out" in the premier league this season
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Just sooo obsessed with all things Burnley FC aren't you all? You really are missing the Premier League badly it would appear. I actually find it quite endearing and cute that you have disregarded your own team's fortunes to entertain us with your know-nothingness and jealousy-based predictions about our forthcoming PREMIER LEAGUE campaign. Do any of you ever post on your OWN TEAM'S articles?[/p][/quote]....and given the number of times you post on rovers articles it seems that you are missing rovers and the championship really badly too. never mind - you'll have a "good day out" in the premier league this season hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -1

2:22pm Mon 11 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
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Burnley v Chelsea = Pound shop v Harrods
Its a good job they never put season ticket prices up to watch this shop full of plastic clothes pegs and bin liners
er, hang on a minute
Poundland Rovers looking for defenders. Last seen scouting at Bacup Borough - no disrespect to them, they aren't millions and millions in obscene debt.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Burnley v Chelsea = Pound shop v Harrods Its a good job they never put season ticket prices up to watch this shop full of plastic clothes pegs and bin liners er, hang on a minute[/p][/quote]Poundland Rovers looking for defenders. Last seen scouting at Bacup Borough - no disrespect to them, they aren't millions and millions in obscene debt. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 1

2:34pm Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
TurfMoor Tom wrote:
"1. You've posted on the wrong board."

No I haven't.


"2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle."

Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off.

I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves.

WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE!
3. Basing your achievement on your neighbours is poor. We just go to our trophy cabinet. Thank for the realisation that we are mighty all the same.
4. Best football at Championship level? You didn't even come close to matching Leicester in just last season.
5. We were only to blame for last season and it would have been too soon. Just as it is now for you
6. Championship reserves. That is some benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight. Once you start to play the game, you'll build the ivory tower. You can't win.

Look sunshine, you're a loser. You've tried this name and Ewood_Mark and everyone ignores you over on Rovers threads while giving you 130 thumbs down on the Cardiff match report alone. At least people listen to me on here and realise there is some sense in what I say as I only get 10 thumbs down and all of them are from you. Wise up to the fact, as your 6-fingered brothers and sisters have, that you're going nowhere.
Why do you continue to post on Burnley articles in such great volumes if you aren't jealous of our achievements? - you have posted EIGHT times on this article and that's not even including your alter-ego AP4B, why is this? What is wrong with you?

Congratulations on being THE most shallow and sad of all the Blackburn six-fingered cave-dwellers that post on here as it appears you are actively courting for thumbs up?? 'At least people listen to what I say', what kind of narcissistic planet are you living on you absolute numpty?

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Just 'cause it's fun. And about to get much funnier.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: "1. You've posted on the wrong board." No I haven't. "2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle." Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off. I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves. WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE![/p][/quote]3. Basing your achievement on your neighbours is poor. We just go to our trophy cabinet. Thank for the realisation that we are mighty all the same. 4. Best football at Championship level? You didn't even come close to matching Leicester in just last season. 5. We were only to blame for last season and it would have been too soon. Just as it is now for you 6. Championship reserves. That is some benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight. Once you start to play the game, you'll build the ivory tower. You can't win. Look sunshine, you're a loser. You've tried this name and Ewood_Mark and everyone ignores you over on Rovers threads while giving you 130 thumbs down on the Cardiff match report alone. At least people listen to me on here and realise there is some sense in what I say as I only get 10 thumbs down and all of them are from you. Wise up to the fact, as your 6-fingered brothers and sisters have, that you're going nowhere.[/p][/quote]Why do you continue to post on Burnley articles in such great volumes if you aren't jealous of our achievements? - you have posted EIGHT times on this article and that's not even including your alter-ego AP4B, why is this? What is wrong with you? Congratulations on being THE most shallow and sad of all the Blackburn six-fingered cave-dwellers that post on here as it appears you are actively courting for thumbs up?? 'At least people listen to what I say', what kind of narcissistic planet are you living on you absolute numpty? W O R S T B A N T E R E V E R[/p][/quote]Just 'cause it's fun. And about to get much funnier. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -2

2:41pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

b....ds v Scunthorpe tomorrow night - that will be a mouthwatering game for the 5000 crowd to look forward to.......
b....ds v Scunthorpe tomorrow night - that will be a mouthwatering game for the 5000 crowd to look forward to....... Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 2

3:01pm Mon 11 Aug 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN.
Strange comment really as I thought we just kicked off the football season for Sky?
Sky have released their transmitted Championship games until November - when are Blackburn on again?

What's that - they aren't?

Tiny.
How thick are you Dingle, ha ha ha ha what a tool
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID[/p][/quote]5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN.[/p][/quote]Strange comment really as I thought we just kicked off the football season for Sky?[/p][/quote]Sky have released their transmitted Championship games until November - when are Blackburn on again? What's that - they aren't? Tiny.[/p][/quote]How thick are you Dingle, ha ha ha ha what a tool George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: -2

3:08pm Mon 11 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN.
Strange comment really as I thought we just kicked off the football season for Sky?
Sky have released their transmitted Championship games until November - when are Blackburn on again?

What's that - they aren't?

Tiny.
How thick are you Dingle, ha ha ha ha what a tool
No he's accurate.
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID[/p][/quote]5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN.[/p][/quote]Strange comment really as I thought we just kicked off the football season for Sky?[/p][/quote]Sky have released their transmitted Championship games until November - when are Blackburn on again? What's that - they aren't? Tiny.[/p][/quote]How thick are you Dingle, ha ha ha ha what a tool[/p][/quote]No he's accurate. RobH2O .
  • Score: 2

3:10pm Mon 11 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Burnley v Chelsea = Pound shop v Harrods
Its a good job they never put season ticket prices up to watch this shop full of plastic clothes pegs and bin liners
er, hang on a minute
Poundland Rovers looking for defenders. Last seen scouting at Bacup Borough - no disrespect to them, they aren't millions and millions in obscene debt.
Top Burnley fan. Never does them down. Oh, hang on.......
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Burnley v Chelsea = Pound shop v Harrods Its a good job they never put season ticket prices up to watch this shop full of plastic clothes pegs and bin liners er, hang on a minute[/p][/quote]Poundland Rovers looking for defenders. Last seen scouting at Bacup Borough - no disrespect to them, they aren't millions and millions in obscene debt.[/p][/quote]Top Burnley fan. Never does them down. Oh, hang on....... RobH2O .
  • Score: 1

3:11pm Mon 11 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
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wrote:
TurfMoor Tom wrote:
Once again the TMT moron above is simply a troll out to disrupt each and every comments page whether Blackburn or Burnley related. He has copied my username and seeks to misrepresent me at every turn. His recent suspension by the LT moderators for foul and abusive language looks to have ended sadly. Just ignore him and his jealousy and he'll go away soon enough.

As regards the article I'm really starting to believe you lot could make your mark in the Premier League this season. Your low-key signings while not looking like world beaters have definitely bought into the Sean Dyche methodology and I would expect both Jutkiewicz, who's already looking like a top player with 6 goals in pre-season, and Taylor to be stand out players. A couple more additions and I think you'll be ready to give a decent account of yourselves in the Premier League, and good luck to you I say.

As for our own prospects, I'm not entirely sure we'll make top half this season, we are considerably weaker across the board whilst the division as a whole is looking very strong. I simply see another season of disappointment for us, and all the while the jealous section of our support will seek to berate the Burnley fans in such a way as to lessen the emphasis on our own demise.

To my fellow Rovers, it's a sad day when all we have to look forward to as a club is that Burnley FC fall short in their battle with the cream of world football on display in the Premier League. Particularly when our own club is about to be stung by FFP. Perhaps we'd be wise to show a bit of class lest we look like buffoons in January?

Just a thought.
But it is you that is the fake here
Its like us at Burnley now claiming to be Villa, they were here first and no amount of bleating will change this fact.
Fake Olympic
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: Once again the TMT moron above is simply a troll out to disrupt each and every comments page whether Blackburn or Burnley related. He has copied my username and seeks to misrepresent me at every turn. His recent suspension by the LT moderators for foul and abusive language looks to have ended sadly. Just ignore him and his jealousy and he'll go away soon enough. As regards the article I'm really starting to believe you lot could make your mark in the Premier League this season. Your low-key signings while not looking like world beaters have definitely bought into the Sean Dyche methodology and I would expect both Jutkiewicz, who's already looking like a top player with 6 goals in pre-season, and Taylor to be stand out players. A couple more additions and I think you'll be ready to give a decent account of yourselves in the Premier League, and good luck to you I say. As for our own prospects, I'm not entirely sure we'll make top half this season, we are considerably weaker across the board whilst the division as a whole is looking very strong. I simply see another season of disappointment for us, and all the while the jealous section of our support will seek to berate the Burnley fans in such a way as to lessen the emphasis on our own demise. To my fellow Rovers, it's a sad day when all we have to look forward to as a club is that Burnley FC fall short in their battle with the cream of world football on display in the Premier League. Particularly when our own club is about to be stung by FFP. Perhaps we'd be wise to show a bit of class lest we look like buffoons in January? Just a thought.[/p][/quote]But it is you that is the fake here Its like us at Burnley now claiming to be Villa, they were here first and no amount of bleating will change this fact.[/p][/quote]Fake Olympic RobH2O .
  • Score: 1

3:22pm Mon 11 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
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TurfMoor Tom wrote:
"1. You've posted on the wrong board."

No I haven't.


"2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle."

Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off.

I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves.

WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE!
Which head would that be?
We at Burnley know that to survive would be an achievement with the lack of backing Dyche has had. I can see him jumping like Coyle and for exactly the same reasons
1 The boards failure to back him
2 Other clubs wanting his moneyball misfit template
3 More money on offer to him from the third tier upwards
4 Not wanting a relegation on his CV
5 Inability to find another luck donkey as the last one was flogged to death.
6 The facilities look like the potato famine era.
'I can see him jumping like Coyle'
'He's had no backing (sic)'
'Other clubs wanting (him)'

All these claims all pointing to him being a really able guy. And yet, in his previous entries and on here in the first instance;

'Flogged the good luck donkey to death'
'Unproven manager'
'One season wonder'

So Confucius, which is it? An in-demand guy good at his job, only held back by lack of money or a one-season wonder, who's unproven and lucky?

Such a mixed up tool who makes it up as he goes along. Your BRFC - the people's champions or some such tosh website shows you as to what you are in the section on Burnley. What a horrid little oik you are. I'll bet the photo of you in the Burnley section is your selfie.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: "1. You've posted on the wrong board." No I haven't. "2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle." Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off. I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves. WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE![/p][/quote]Which head would that be? We at Burnley know that to survive would be an achievement with the lack of backing Dyche has had. I can see him jumping like Coyle and for exactly the same reasons 1 The boards failure to back him 2 Other clubs wanting his moneyball misfit template 3 More money on offer to him from the third tier upwards 4 Not wanting a relegation on his CV 5 Inability to find another luck donkey as the last one was flogged to death. 6 The facilities look like the potato famine era.[/p][/quote]'I can see him jumping like Coyle' 'He's had no backing (sic)' 'Other clubs wanting (him)' All these claims all pointing to him being a really able guy. And yet, in his previous entries and on here in the first instance; 'Flogged the good luck donkey to death' 'Unproven manager' 'One season wonder' So Confucius, which is it? An in-demand guy good at his job, only held back by lack of money or a one-season wonder, who's unproven and lucky? Such a mixed up tool who makes it up as he goes along. Your BRFC - the people's champions or some such tosh website shows you as to what you are in the section on Burnley. What a horrid little oik you are. I'll bet the photo of you in the Burnley section is your selfie. RobH2O .
  • Score: 1

3:33pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

Any chance you could post the URL Rob just so all the posters can see what a miserable male is the originator of so much anti-Burnley filth? Nice facebbook share coming soon! The troll has been in hiding for far too long. Always the mistakes. You cannot be that bitter and obsessed without eventually tripping up.
Any chance you could post the URL Rob just so all the posters can see what a miserable male is the originator of so much anti-Burnley filth? Nice facebbook share coming soon! The troll has been in hiding for far too long. Always the mistakes. You cannot be that bitter and obsessed without eventually tripping up. Claretcert
  • Score: 3

3:45pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?
lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day? Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 2

3:49pm Mon 11 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

RobH2O . wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
TurfMoor Tom wrote:
"1. You've posted on the wrong board."

No I haven't.


"2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle."

Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off.

I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves.

WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE!
Which head would that be?
We at Burnley know that to survive would be an achievement with the lack of backing Dyche has had. I can see him jumping like Coyle and for exactly the same reasons
1 The boards failure to back him
2 Other clubs wanting his moneyball misfit template
3 More money on offer to him from the third tier upwards
4 Not wanting a relegation on his CV
5 Inability to find another luck donkey as the last one was flogged to death.
6 The facilities look like the potato famine era.
'I can see him jumping like Coyle'
'He's had no backing (sic)'
'Other clubs wanting (him)'

All these claims all pointing to him being a really able guy. And yet, in his previous entries and on here in the first instance;

'Flogged the good luck donkey to death'
'Unproven manager'
'One season wonder'

So Confucius, which is it? An in-demand guy good at his job, only held back by lack of money or a one-season wonder, who's unproven and lucky?

Such a mixed up tool who makes it up as he goes along. Your BRFC - the people's champions or some such tosh website shows you as to what you are in the section on Burnley. What a horrid little oik you are. I'll bet the photo of you in the Burnley section is your selfie.
All of the above
Dyche will be in demand because he was lucky enough to hitch a ride on the flogged to death luck donkey until it staggered over the line.
The board has not backed him at all as all his primary targets are still not here.
Ings will do a Nugent and muster about ten goals this season, as will the joker but what they score will be irrelevant as we will concede over and over until we are punch drunk and begging for it to end. Where is Dawson after watching us at Preston did he demand to stay put? We signed Sordell a second rate Bolton reserve and the Joker who has a one goal in 5 game ratio which is the same as that lad Rovers got from doncaster. When the big boys come a knocking the Joker goes a slackin
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: "1. You've posted on the wrong board." No I haven't. "2. Bumley have achieved nothing so there is nothing to belittle." Burnley beat us, the mighty Rovers, isn't that achievement enough? They then got promoted to the Premier League and in the process prevented us from reaching the play-off's, a feat that makes me, and you, physically sick on a daily basis, they did all of this on a shoestring by playing the best football we've ever seen at Championship level, and they now benefit from the ridiculous wealth of the top flight while we struggle to pay the bills and continue to run up horrific debts that our clueless owners have no intention of playing off. I know which position I'd rather be in. Let's not kid ourselves. WE ARE SO JEALOUS OF BURNLEY FC I THINK OUR HEAD MIGHT EXPLODE![/p][/quote]Which head would that be? We at Burnley know that to survive would be an achievement with the lack of backing Dyche has had. I can see him jumping like Coyle and for exactly the same reasons 1 The boards failure to back him 2 Other clubs wanting his moneyball misfit template 3 More money on offer to him from the third tier upwards 4 Not wanting a relegation on his CV 5 Inability to find another luck donkey as the last one was flogged to death. 6 The facilities look like the potato famine era.[/p][/quote]'I can see him jumping like Coyle' 'He's had no backing (sic)' 'Other clubs wanting (him)' All these claims all pointing to him being a really able guy. And yet, in his previous entries and on here in the first instance; 'Flogged the good luck donkey to death' 'Unproven manager' 'One season wonder' So Confucius, which is it? An in-demand guy good at his job, only held back by lack of money or a one-season wonder, who's unproven and lucky? Such a mixed up tool who makes it up as he goes along. Your BRFC - the people's champions or some such tosh website shows you as to what you are in the section on Burnley. What a horrid little oik you are. I'll bet the photo of you in the Burnley section is your selfie.[/p][/quote]All of the above Dyche will be in demand because he was lucky enough to hitch a ride on the flogged to death luck donkey until it staggered over the line. The board has not backed him at all as all his primary targets are still not here. Ings will do a Nugent and muster about ten goals this season, as will the joker but what they score will be irrelevant as we will concede over and over until we are punch drunk and begging for it to end. Where is Dawson after watching us at Preston did he demand to stay put? We signed Sordell a second rate Bolton reserve and the Joker who has a one goal in 5 game ratio which is the same as that lad Rovers got from doncaster. When the big boys come a knocking the Joker goes a slackin AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -1

3:54pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Its Only a game boy wrote:
lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?
on that day - like many for the b...ds that season, the home team were simply not good enough and rolled over to a team that outplayed them in every department. Out passed, out tackled, out shouted....out standing.......even or pysio was faster.............s
mells so so so so sweet......how sweet?......so so so so so so sweet
[quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?[/p][/quote]on that day - like many for the b...ds that season, the home team were simply not good enough and rolled over to a team that outplayed them in every department. Out passed, out tackled, out shouted....out standing.......even or pysio was faster.............s mells so so so so sweet......how sweet?......so so so so so so sweet Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 1

4:05pm Mon 11 Aug 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

RobH2O . wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN.
Strange comment really as I thought we just kicked off the football season for Sky?
Sky have released their transmitted Championship games until November - when are Blackburn on again?

What's that - they aren't?

Tiny.
How thick are you Dingle, ha ha ha ha what a tool
No he's accurate.
What part of BLACKBURN V CARDIFF on Sky do you not get, stop showing yourselves up Ladies. We will have right scream on here next week when you have been battered. Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID[/p][/quote]5 second highlights with Maneesh on Fooball League show, never on Sky, not big enough for the Premier League, mid-table if you are lucky, UTC, LLTV, JWID, NNN.[/p][/quote]Strange comment really as I thought we just kicked off the football season for Sky?[/p][/quote]Sky have released their transmitted Championship games until November - when are Blackburn on again? What's that - they aren't? Tiny.[/p][/quote]How thick are you Dingle, ha ha ha ha what a tool[/p][/quote]No he's accurate.[/p][/quote]What part of BLACKBURN V CARDIFF on Sky do you not get, stop showing yourselves up Ladies. We will have right scream on here next week when you have been battered. Sky + MOTD,DAOF,cant wait, down by February.RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: 1

4:07pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Its Only a game boy wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?
on that day - like many for the b...ds that season, the home team were simply not good enough and rolled over to a team that outplayed them in every department. Out passed, out tackled, out shouted....out standing.......even or pysio was faster.............s

mells so so so so sweet......how sweet?......so so so so so so sweet
...we let the b....ds score first as well and go in at the break 1-0 up..........
[quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?[/p][/quote]on that day - like many for the b...ds that season, the home team were simply not good enough and rolled over to a team that outplayed them in every department. Out passed, out tackled, out shouted....out standing.......even or pysio was faster.............s mells so so so so sweet......how sweet?......so so so so so so sweet[/p][/quote]...we let the b....ds score first as well and go in at the break 1-0 up.......... Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 1

4:57pm Mon 11 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

Its Only a game boy wrote:
lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?
I remember Fat Robbo coming out flapping at Wallace’s cross and Shacks just casually nodding it in. Then Ings nonchalantly supplying the coup-de- grace. Is this the game to which you refer?
[quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?[/p][/quote]I remember Fat Robbo coming out flapping at Wallace’s cross and Shacks just casually nodding it in. Then Ings nonchalantly supplying the coup-de- grace. Is this the game to which you refer? tall in the saddle
  • Score: 0

5:42pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Was that the game Burnley won 2-1 at deadwood ?
Was that the game Burnley won 2-1 at deadwood ? Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 0

7:08pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Its Only a game boy wrote:
Was that the game Burnley won 2-1 at deadwood ?
Was that the game Burnley won 2-1 at deadwood for the first time in 35 years?
Stop putting yourselves through the agony.
[quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: Was that the game Burnley won 2-1 at deadwood ?[/p][/quote]Was that the game Burnley won 2-1 at deadwood for the first time in 35 years? Stop putting yourselves through the agony. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

7:25pm Mon 11 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

Claretcert wrote:
Any chance you could post the URL Rob just so all the posters can see what a miserable male is the originator of so much anti-Burnley filth? Nice facebbook share coming soon! The troll has been in hiding for far too long. Always the mistakes. You cannot be that bitter and obsessed without eventually tripping up.
Sorry Claretcert - delay in response caused by earning a living!

The link you are looking for is here ⇩

http://ewoodpark.jim
do.com/atendances-th
e-burnley-attendance
-myth/

As you read through it you'll see this sub-specify really has an issue with Burnley. Everything they say or do is an utter and almighty earthshaking affront. Just consider ll the IDs the permutations, the hours he puts in and then read this through. Not a well man.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Any chance you could post the URL Rob just so all the posters can see what a miserable male is the originator of so much anti-Burnley filth? Nice facebbook share coming soon! The troll has been in hiding for far too long. Always the mistakes. You cannot be that bitter and obsessed without eventually tripping up.[/p][/quote]Sorry Claretcert - delay in response caused by earning a living! The link you are looking for is here ⇩ http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/atendances-th e-burnley-attendance -myth/ As you read through it you'll see this sub-specify really has an issue with Burnley. Everything they say or do is an utter and almighty earthshaking affront. Just consider ll the IDs the permutations, the hours he puts in and then read this through. Not a well man. RobH2O .
  • Score: 0

8:32pm Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

Its Only a game boy wrote:
lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?
Please don't keep reminding me. I want to move on from that horrible episode, it still haunts my dreams.

When Jordan scored in the 24th minute and gave all you lot the Shhhhhh gesture I **** near soiled my y-fronts in excitement, it was ecstasy, pure unadulterated ecstasy, my floppy member was at once proud and erect for the first time since we departed the Premier League. I thought the power had once again shifted back in our favour, I thought we were going to do you lot once again and send you home with your tails between your legs, I thought this was the game that would see us marching back above you and on towards the play-off's if not automatic promotion, and ironically put a stop to your overexcited and false position in the Championship. I thought all these things as I danced and sang my heart out and gave you all the finger and chanted, yer mums yer dad, and going down on yer sister, and inbred b*stards, etc.

My, was I wrong. It turned out my excitement was somewhat premature. Which ironically is a consistent theme in my personal life too.

When that centre back of yours scored that header I was still dancing in the stands with my shirt off, but I soon stopped as a silence descended over the Riverside, and we all looked at each other thinking... hey up.

Then the nerves started and we all looked at the clock thinking hold on lads, just you f@#king hold on to this draw, don't let these dirty dingles take away our 34 year comfort blanket, its all we have left. I prayed in silence as panic spread throughout the stand and we watched the masses of Clarets in full voice willing their team on and on and on.

Our communal erections were gone, I saw people around me pulling and squeezing at theirs but alas it was useless... and then that horrific stomach churning moment as the ball was sprayed out wide and then sent across the goal as Robinson once again flapped and looked around as it was pinged back in for Wallace to nudge it towards Barnes and then Danny Ings steps up and our whole world imploded.

It was like slow motion, everything stopped, I felt my bowels give way instantly and from the atmosphere and awful smell surrounding me I guessed I was not alone, Ings shoots, Robbo dives, the ball hits the back of the net and then the noise.... never in all my days at Ewood have I heard a roar like that, it was truly deafening, the Clarets were delirious, and we knew from that moment the game was up.

People were crying and screaming all around me, it was awful, from small kids to granddads they were sobbing and nervously looking at the clock as our comfort blanket slipped further and further away from us. I tried to stay to the end but it hurt so much to see the Darwen End bouncing and rocking as the seconds ticked away. And then the final whistle and those of us remaining scrambled like never before to get to the exits, we wanted no part of this de-panting, we wanted to get away, far far away from the gleeful Clarets who mocked us and waved us off.

We had been well and truly beaten and the shame of that defeat will live long and painful in the memory of each and every Rover.
[quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?[/p][/quote]Please don't keep reminding me. I want to move on from that horrible episode, it still haunts my dreams. When Jordan scored in the 24th minute and gave all you lot the Shhhhhh gesture I **** near soiled my y-fronts in excitement, it was ecstasy, pure unadulterated ecstasy, my floppy member was at once proud and erect for the first time since we departed the Premier League. I thought the power had once again shifted back in our favour, I thought we were going to do you lot once again and send you home with your tails between your legs, I thought this was the game that would see us marching back above you and on towards the play-off's if not automatic promotion, and ironically put a stop to your overexcited and false position in the Championship. I thought all these things as I danced and sang my heart out and gave you all the finger and chanted, yer mums yer dad, and going down on yer sister, and inbred b*stards, etc. My, was I wrong. It turned out my excitement was somewhat premature. Which ironically is a consistent theme in my personal life too. When that centre back of yours scored that header I was still dancing in the stands with my shirt off, but I soon stopped as a silence descended over the Riverside, and we all looked at each other thinking... hey up. Then the nerves started and we all looked at the clock thinking hold on lads, just you f@#king hold on to this draw, don't let these dirty dingles take away our 34 year comfort blanket, its all we have left. I prayed in silence as panic spread throughout the stand and we watched the masses of Clarets in full voice willing their team on and on and on. Our communal erections were gone, I saw people around me pulling and squeezing at theirs but alas it was useless... and then that horrific stomach churning moment as the ball was sprayed out wide and then sent across the goal as Robinson once again flapped and looked around as it was pinged back in for Wallace to nudge it towards Barnes and then Danny Ings steps up and our whole world imploded. It was like slow motion, everything stopped, I felt my bowels give way instantly and from the atmosphere and awful smell surrounding me I guessed I was not alone, Ings shoots, Robbo dives, the ball hits the back of the net and then the noise.... never in all my days at Ewood have I heard a roar like that, it was truly deafening, the Clarets were delirious, and we knew from that moment the game was up. People were crying and screaming all around me, it was awful, from small kids to granddads they were sobbing and nervously looking at the clock as our comfort blanket slipped further and further away from us. I tried to stay to the end but it hurt so much to see the Darwen End bouncing and rocking as the seconds ticked away. And then the final whistle and those of us remaining scrambled like never before to get to the exits, we wanted no part of this de-panting, we wanted to get away, far far away from the gleeful Clarets who mocked us and waved us off. We had been well and truly beaten and the shame of that defeat will live long and painful in the memory of each and every Rover. TurfMoor Tom
  • Score: 3

9:05pm Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

TurfMoor Tom wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?
Please don't keep reminding me. I want to move on from that horrible episode, it still haunts my dreams.

When Jordan scored in the 24th minute and gave all you lot the Shhhhhh gesture I **** near soiled my y-fronts in excitement, it was ecstasy, pure unadulterated ecstasy, my floppy member was at once proud and erect for the first time since we departed the Premier League. I thought the power had once again shifted back in our favour, I thought we were going to do you lot once again and send you home with your tails between your legs, I thought this was the game that would see us marching back above you and on towards the play-off's if not automatic promotion, and ironically put a stop to your overexcited and false position in the Championship. I thought all these things as I danced and sang my heart out and gave you all the finger and chanted, yer mums yer dad, and going down on yer sister, and inbred b*stards, etc.

My, was I wrong. It turned out my excitement was somewhat premature. Which ironically is a consistent theme in my personal life too.

When that centre back of yours scored that header I was still dancing in the stands with my shirt off, but I soon stopped as a silence descended over the Riverside, and we all looked at each other thinking... hey up.

Then the nerves started and we all looked at the clock thinking hold on lads, just you f@#king hold on to this draw, don't let these dirty dingles take away our 34 year comfort blanket, its all we have left. I prayed in silence as panic spread throughout the stand and we watched the masses of Clarets in full voice willing their team on and on and on.

Our communal erections were gone, I saw people around me pulling and squeezing at theirs but alas it was useless... and then that horrific stomach churning moment as the ball was sprayed out wide and then sent across the goal as Robinson once again flapped and looked around as it was pinged back in for Wallace to nudge it towards Barnes and then Danny Ings steps up and our whole world imploded.

It was like slow motion, everything stopped, I felt my bowels give way instantly and from the atmosphere and awful smell surrounding me I guessed I was not alone, Ings shoots, Robbo dives, the ball hits the back of the net and then the noise.... never in all my days at Ewood have I heard a roar like that, it was truly deafening, the Clarets were delirious, and we knew from that moment the game was up.

People were crying and screaming all around me, it was awful, from small kids to granddads they were sobbing and nervously looking at the clock as our comfort blanket slipped further and further away from us. I tried to stay to the end but it hurt so much to see the Darwen End bouncing and rocking as the seconds ticked away. And then the final whistle and those of us remaining scrambled like never before to get to the exits, we wanted no part of this de-panting, we wanted to get away, far far away from the gleeful Clarets who mocked us and waved us off.

We had been well and truly beaten and the shame of that defeat will live long and painful in the memory of each and every Rover.
I didn't get past the first paragraph. Are you actually suggesting you get an erection while watching a game of football? You Dingles really are wrong uns.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?[/p][/quote]Please don't keep reminding me. I want to move on from that horrible episode, it still haunts my dreams. When Jordan scored in the 24th minute and gave all you lot the Shhhhhh gesture I **** near soiled my y-fronts in excitement, it was ecstasy, pure unadulterated ecstasy, my floppy member was at once proud and erect for the first time since we departed the Premier League. I thought the power had once again shifted back in our favour, I thought we were going to do you lot once again and send you home with your tails between your legs, I thought this was the game that would see us marching back above you and on towards the play-off's if not automatic promotion, and ironically put a stop to your overexcited and false position in the Championship. I thought all these things as I danced and sang my heart out and gave you all the finger and chanted, yer mums yer dad, and going down on yer sister, and inbred b*stards, etc. My, was I wrong. It turned out my excitement was somewhat premature. Which ironically is a consistent theme in my personal life too. When that centre back of yours scored that header I was still dancing in the stands with my shirt off, but I soon stopped as a silence descended over the Riverside, and we all looked at each other thinking... hey up. Then the nerves started and we all looked at the clock thinking hold on lads, just you f@#king hold on to this draw, don't let these dirty dingles take away our 34 year comfort blanket, its all we have left. I prayed in silence as panic spread throughout the stand and we watched the masses of Clarets in full voice willing their team on and on and on. Our communal erections were gone, I saw people around me pulling and squeezing at theirs but alas it was useless... and then that horrific stomach churning moment as the ball was sprayed out wide and then sent across the goal as Robinson once again flapped and looked around as it was pinged back in for Wallace to nudge it towards Barnes and then Danny Ings steps up and our whole world imploded. It was like slow motion, everything stopped, I felt my bowels give way instantly and from the atmosphere and awful smell surrounding me I guessed I was not alone, Ings shoots, Robbo dives, the ball hits the back of the net and then the noise.... never in all my days at Ewood have I heard a roar like that, it was truly deafening, the Clarets were delirious, and we knew from that moment the game was up. People were crying and screaming all around me, it was awful, from small kids to granddads they were sobbing and nervously looking at the clock as our comfort blanket slipped further and further away from us. I tried to stay to the end but it hurt so much to see the Darwen End bouncing and rocking as the seconds ticked away. And then the final whistle and those of us remaining scrambled like never before to get to the exits, we wanted no part of this de-panting, we wanted to get away, far far away from the gleeful Clarets who mocked us and waved us off. We had been well and truly beaten and the shame of that defeat will live long and painful in the memory of each and every Rover.[/p][/quote]I didn't get past the first paragraph. Are you actually suggesting you get an erection while watching a game of football? You Dingles really are wrong uns. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -1

9:10pm Mon 11 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
TurfMoor Tom wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?
Please don't keep reminding me. I want to move on from that horrible episode, it still haunts my dreams.

When Jordan scored in the 24th minute and gave all you lot the Shhhhhh gesture I **** near soiled my y-fronts in excitement, it was ecstasy, pure unadulterated ecstasy, my floppy member was at once proud and erect for the first time since we departed the Premier League. I thought the power had once again shifted back in our favour, I thought we were going to do you lot once again and send you home with your tails between your legs, I thought this was the game that would see us marching back above you and on towards the play-off's if not automatic promotion, and ironically put a stop to your overexcited and false position in the Championship. I thought all these things as I danced and sang my heart out and gave you all the finger and chanted, yer mums yer dad, and going down on yer sister, and inbred b*stards, etc.

My, was I wrong. It turned out my excitement was somewhat premature. Which ironically is a consistent theme in my personal life too.

When that centre back of yours scored that header I was still dancing in the stands with my shirt off, but I soon stopped as a silence descended over the Riverside, and we all looked at each other thinking... hey up.

Then the nerves started and we all looked at the clock thinking hold on lads, just you f@#king hold on to this draw, don't let these dirty dingles take away our 34 year comfort blanket, its all we have left. I prayed in silence as panic spread throughout the stand and we watched the masses of Clarets in full voice willing their team on and on and on.

Our communal erections were gone, I saw people around me pulling and squeezing at theirs but alas it was useless... and then that horrific stomach churning moment as the ball was sprayed out wide and then sent across the goal as Robinson once again flapped and looked around as it was pinged back in for Wallace to nudge it towards Barnes and then Danny Ings steps up and our whole world imploded.

It was like slow motion, everything stopped, I felt my bowels give way instantly and from the atmosphere and awful smell surrounding me I guessed I was not alone, Ings shoots, Robbo dives, the ball hits the back of the net and then the noise.... never in all my days at Ewood have I heard a roar like that, it was truly deafening, the Clarets were delirious, and we knew from that moment the game was up.

People were crying and screaming all around me, it was awful, from small kids to granddads they were sobbing and nervously looking at the clock as our comfort blanket slipped further and further away from us. I tried to stay to the end but it hurt so much to see the Darwen End bouncing and rocking as the seconds ticked away. And then the final whistle and those of us remaining scrambled like never before to get to the exits, we wanted no part of this de-panting, we wanted to get away, far far away from the gleeful Clarets who mocked us and waved us off.

We had been well and truly beaten and the shame of that defeat will live long and painful in the memory of each and every Rover.
I didn't get past the first paragraph. Are you actually suggesting you get an erection while watching a game of football? You Dingles really are wrong uns.
Look lets not pretend here. We're both Rovers fans and we both had a jolly stonker when Jordan put us one up. I know because I could feel yours poking me in the back.

Didn't last though did it.

I wish we'd beaten them. If you think about it, the fact that they have prevented us from reaching the play-off's could ultimately mean, with FFP about to give us a spanking in the Championship, that we are indeed "staying down forever". Poetic justice as I'm sure some of those Burnley fans would say.

I bet Simon Garner would never have predicted such a thing.

You couldn't make it up.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?[/p][/quote]Please don't keep reminding me. I want to move on from that horrible episode, it still haunts my dreams. When Jordan scored in the 24th minute and gave all you lot the Shhhhhh gesture I **** near soiled my y-fronts in excitement, it was ecstasy, pure unadulterated ecstasy, my floppy member was at once proud and erect for the first time since we departed the Premier League. I thought the power had once again shifted back in our favour, I thought we were going to do you lot once again and send you home with your tails between your legs, I thought this was the game that would see us marching back above you and on towards the play-off's if not automatic promotion, and ironically put a stop to your overexcited and false position in the Championship. I thought all these things as I danced and sang my heart out and gave you all the finger and chanted, yer mums yer dad, and going down on yer sister, and inbred b*stards, etc. My, was I wrong. It turned out my excitement was somewhat premature. Which ironically is a consistent theme in my personal life too. When that centre back of yours scored that header I was still dancing in the stands with my shirt off, but I soon stopped as a silence descended over the Riverside, and we all looked at each other thinking... hey up. Then the nerves started and we all looked at the clock thinking hold on lads, just you f@#king hold on to this draw, don't let these dirty dingles take away our 34 year comfort blanket, its all we have left. I prayed in silence as panic spread throughout the stand and we watched the masses of Clarets in full voice willing their team on and on and on. Our communal erections were gone, I saw people around me pulling and squeezing at theirs but alas it was useless... and then that horrific stomach churning moment as the ball was sprayed out wide and then sent across the goal as Robinson once again flapped and looked around as it was pinged back in for Wallace to nudge it towards Barnes and then Danny Ings steps up and our whole world imploded. It was like slow motion, everything stopped, I felt my bowels give way instantly and from the atmosphere and awful smell surrounding me I guessed I was not alone, Ings shoots, Robbo dives, the ball hits the back of the net and then the noise.... never in all my days at Ewood have I heard a roar like that, it was truly deafening, the Clarets were delirious, and we knew from that moment the game was up. People were crying and screaming all around me, it was awful, from small kids to granddads they were sobbing and nervously looking at the clock as our comfort blanket slipped further and further away from us. I tried to stay to the end but it hurt so much to see the Darwen End bouncing and rocking as the seconds ticked away. And then the final whistle and those of us remaining scrambled like never before to get to the exits, we wanted no part of this de-panting, we wanted to get away, far far away from the gleeful Clarets who mocked us and waved us off. We had been well and truly beaten and the shame of that defeat will live long and painful in the memory of each and every Rover.[/p][/quote]I didn't get past the first paragraph. Are you actually suggesting you get an erection while watching a game of football? You Dingles really are wrong uns.[/p][/quote]Look lets not pretend here. We're both Rovers fans and we both had a jolly stonker when Jordan put us one up. I know because I could feel yours poking me in the back. Didn't last though did it. I wish we'd beaten them. If you think about it, the fact that they have prevented us from reaching the play-off's could ultimately mean, with FFP about to give us a spanking in the Championship, that we are indeed "staying down forever". Poetic justice as I'm sure some of those Burnley fans would say. I bet Simon Garner would never have predicted such a thing. You couldn't make it up. TurfMoor Tom
  • Score: 2

8:52am Tue 12 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

TurfMoor Tom wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
TurfMoor Tom wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?
Please don't keep reminding me. I want to move on from that horrible episode, it still haunts my dreams.

When Jordan scored in the 24th minute and gave all you lot the Shhhhhh gesture I **** near soiled my y-fronts in excitement, it was ecstasy, pure unadulterated ecstasy, my floppy member was at once proud and erect for the first time since we departed the Premier League. I thought the power had once again shifted back in our favour, I thought we were going to do you lot once again and send you home with your tails between your legs, I thought this was the game that would see us marching back above you and on towards the play-off's if not automatic promotion, and ironically put a stop to your overexcited and false position in the Championship. I thought all these things as I danced and sang my heart out and gave you all the finger and chanted, yer mums yer dad, and going down on yer sister, and inbred b*stards, etc.

My, was I wrong. It turned out my excitement was somewhat premature. Which ironically is a consistent theme in my personal life too.

When that centre back of yours scored that header I was still dancing in the stands with my shirt off, but I soon stopped as a silence descended over the Riverside, and we all looked at each other thinking... hey up.

Then the nerves started and we all looked at the clock thinking hold on lads, just you f@#king hold on to this draw, don't let these dirty dingles take away our 34 year comfort blanket, its all we have left. I prayed in silence as panic spread throughout the stand and we watched the masses of Clarets in full voice willing their team on and on and on.

Our communal erections were gone, I saw people around me pulling and squeezing at theirs but alas it was useless... and then that horrific stomach churning moment as the ball was sprayed out wide and then sent across the goal as Robinson once again flapped and looked around as it was pinged back in for Wallace to nudge it towards Barnes and then Danny Ings steps up and our whole world imploded.

It was like slow motion, everything stopped, I felt my bowels give way instantly and from the atmosphere and awful smell surrounding me I guessed I was not alone, Ings shoots, Robbo dives, the ball hits the back of the net and then the noise.... never in all my days at Ewood have I heard a roar like that, it was truly deafening, the Clarets were delirious, and we knew from that moment the game was up.

People were crying and screaming all around me, it was awful, from small kids to granddads they were sobbing and nervously looking at the clock as our comfort blanket slipped further and further away from us. I tried to stay to the end but it hurt so much to see the Darwen End bouncing and rocking as the seconds ticked away. And then the final whistle and those of us remaining scrambled like never before to get to the exits, we wanted no part of this de-panting, we wanted to get away, far far away from the gleeful Clarets who mocked us and waved us off.

We had been well and truly beaten and the shame of that defeat will live long and painful in the memory of each and every Rover.
I didn't get past the first paragraph. Are you actually suggesting you get an erection while watching a game of football? You Dingles really are wrong uns.
Look lets not pretend here. We're both Rovers fans and we both had a jolly stonker when Jordan put us one up. I know because I could feel yours poking me in the back.

Didn't last though did it.

I wish we'd beaten them. If you think about it, the fact that they have prevented us from reaching the play-off's could ultimately mean, with FFP about to give us a spanking in the Championship, that we are indeed "staying down forever". Poetic justice as I'm sure some of those Burnley fans would say.

I bet Simon Garner would never have predicted such a thing.

You couldn't make it up.
Like I say, through your 'humour' you have exposed your sordid little habit. Very smart.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?[/p][/quote]Please don't keep reminding me. I want to move on from that horrible episode, it still haunts my dreams. When Jordan scored in the 24th minute and gave all you lot the Shhhhhh gesture I **** near soiled my y-fronts in excitement, it was ecstasy, pure unadulterated ecstasy, my floppy member was at once proud and erect for the first time since we departed the Premier League. I thought the power had once again shifted back in our favour, I thought we were going to do you lot once again and send you home with your tails between your legs, I thought this was the game that would see us marching back above you and on towards the play-off's if not automatic promotion, and ironically put a stop to your overexcited and false position in the Championship. I thought all these things as I danced and sang my heart out and gave you all the finger and chanted, yer mums yer dad, and going down on yer sister, and inbred b*stards, etc. My, was I wrong. It turned out my excitement was somewhat premature. Which ironically is a consistent theme in my personal life too. When that centre back of yours scored that header I was still dancing in the stands with my shirt off, but I soon stopped as a silence descended over the Riverside, and we all looked at each other thinking... hey up. Then the nerves started and we all looked at the clock thinking hold on lads, just you f@#king hold on to this draw, don't let these dirty dingles take away our 34 year comfort blanket, its all we have left. I prayed in silence as panic spread throughout the stand and we watched the masses of Clarets in full voice willing their team on and on and on. Our communal erections were gone, I saw people around me pulling and squeezing at theirs but alas it was useless... and then that horrific stomach churning moment as the ball was sprayed out wide and then sent across the goal as Robinson once again flapped and looked around as it was pinged back in for Wallace to nudge it towards Barnes and then Danny Ings steps up and our whole world imploded. It was like slow motion, everything stopped, I felt my bowels give way instantly and from the atmosphere and awful smell surrounding me I guessed I was not alone, Ings shoots, Robbo dives, the ball hits the back of the net and then the noise.... never in all my days at Ewood have I heard a roar like that, it was truly deafening, the Clarets were delirious, and we knew from that moment the game was up. People were crying and screaming all around me, it was awful, from small kids to granddads they were sobbing and nervously looking at the clock as our comfort blanket slipped further and further away from us. I tried to stay to the end but it hurt so much to see the Darwen End bouncing and rocking as the seconds ticked away. And then the final whistle and those of us remaining scrambled like never before to get to the exits, we wanted no part of this de-panting, we wanted to get away, far far away from the gleeful Clarets who mocked us and waved us off. We had been well and truly beaten and the shame of that defeat will live long and painful in the memory of each and every Rover.[/p][/quote]I didn't get past the first paragraph. Are you actually suggesting you get an erection while watching a game of football? You Dingles really are wrong uns.[/p][/quote]Look lets not pretend here. We're both Rovers fans and we both had a jolly stonker when Jordan put us one up. I know because I could feel yours poking me in the back. Didn't last though did it. I wish we'd beaten them. If you think about it, the fact that they have prevented us from reaching the play-off's could ultimately mean, with FFP about to give us a spanking in the Championship, that we are indeed "staying down forever". Poetic justice as I'm sure some of those Burnley fans would say. I bet Simon Garner would never have predicted such a thing. You couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]Like I say, through your 'humour' you have exposed your sordid little habit. Very smart. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -1

9:14am Tue 12 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
TurfMoor Tom wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
TurfMoor Tom wrote:
Its Only a game boy wrote:
lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?
Please don't keep reminding me. I want to move on from that horrible episode, it still haunts my dreams.

When Jordan scored in the 24th minute and gave all you lot the Shhhhhh gesture I **** near soiled my y-fronts in excitement, it was ecstasy, pure unadulterated ecstasy, my floppy member was at once proud and erect for the first time since we departed the Premier League. I thought the power had once again shifted back in our favour, I thought we were going to do you lot once again and send you home with your tails between your legs, I thought this was the game that would see us marching back above you and on towards the play-off's if not automatic promotion, and ironically put a stop to your overexcited and false position in the Championship. I thought all these things as I danced and sang my heart out and gave you all the finger and chanted, yer mums yer dad, and going down on yer sister, and inbred b*stards, etc.

My, was I wrong. It turned out my excitement was somewhat premature. Which ironically is a consistent theme in my personal life too.

When that centre back of yours scored that header I was still dancing in the stands with my shirt off, but I soon stopped as a silence descended over the Riverside, and we all looked at each other thinking... hey up.

Then the nerves started and we all looked at the clock thinking hold on lads, just you f@#king hold on to this draw, don't let these dirty dingles take away our 34 year comfort blanket, its all we have left. I prayed in silence as panic spread throughout the stand and we watched the masses of Clarets in full voice willing their team on and on and on.

Our communal erections were gone, I saw people around me pulling and squeezing at theirs but alas it was useless... and then that horrific stomach churning moment as the ball was sprayed out wide and then sent across the goal as Robinson once again flapped and looked around as it was pinged back in for Wallace to nudge it towards Barnes and then Danny Ings steps up and our whole world imploded.

It was like slow motion, everything stopped, I felt my bowels give way instantly and from the atmosphere and awful smell surrounding me I guessed I was not alone, Ings shoots, Robbo dives, the ball hits the back of the net and then the noise.... never in all my days at Ewood have I heard a roar like that, it was truly deafening, the Clarets were delirious, and we knew from that moment the game was up.

People were crying and screaming all around me, it was awful, from small kids to granddads they were sobbing and nervously looking at the clock as our comfort blanket slipped further and further away from us. I tried to stay to the end but it hurt so much to see the Darwen End bouncing and rocking as the seconds ticked away. And then the final whistle and those of us remaining scrambled like never before to get to the exits, we wanted no part of this de-panting, we wanted to get away, far far away from the gleeful Clarets who mocked us and waved us off.

We had been well and truly beaten and the shame of that defeat will live long and painful in the memory of each and every Rover.
I didn't get past the first paragraph. Are you actually suggesting you get an erection while watching a game of football? You Dingles really are wrong uns.
Look lets not pretend here. We're both Rovers fans and we both had a jolly stonker when Jordan put us one up. I know because I could feel yours poking me in the back.

Didn't last though did it.

I wish we'd beaten them. If you think about it, the fact that they have prevented us from reaching the play-off's could ultimately mean, with FFP about to give us a spanking in the Championship, that we are indeed "staying down forever". Poetic justice as I'm sure some of those Burnley fans would say.

I bet Simon Garner would never have predicted such a thing.

You couldn't make it up.
Like I say, through your 'humour' you have exposed your sordid little habit. Very smart.
Our sordid little habit.

And its nothing to be ashamed of.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoor Tom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: lets talk 9 March 2014 - that win was pivotal in The Clarets securing automatic promotion- anyone remember who scored Burnley's goals that day?[/p][/quote]Please don't keep reminding me. I want to move on from that horrible episode, it still haunts my dreams. When Jordan scored in the 24th minute and gave all you lot the Shhhhhh gesture I **** near soiled my y-fronts in excitement, it was ecstasy, pure unadulterated ecstasy, my floppy member was at once proud and erect for the first time since we departed the Premier League. I thought the power had once again shifted back in our favour, I thought we were going to do you lot once again and send you home with your tails between your legs, I thought this was the game that would see us marching back above you and on towards the play-off's if not automatic promotion, and ironically put a stop to your overexcited and false position in the Championship. I thought all these things as I danced and sang my heart out and gave you all the finger and chanted, yer mums yer dad, and going down on yer sister, and inbred b*stards, etc. My, was I wrong. It turned out my excitement was somewhat premature. Which ironically is a consistent theme in my personal life too. When that centre back of yours scored that header I was still dancing in the stands with my shirt off, but I soon stopped as a silence descended over the Riverside, and we all looked at each other thinking... hey up. Then the nerves started and we all looked at the clock thinking hold on lads, just you f@#king hold on to this draw, don't let these dirty dingles take away our 34 year comfort blanket, its all we have left. I prayed in silence as panic spread throughout the stand and we watched the masses of Clarets in full voice willing their team on and on and on. Our communal erections were gone, I saw people around me pulling and squeezing at theirs but alas it was useless... and then that horrific stomach churning moment as the ball was sprayed out wide and then sent across the goal as Robinson once again flapped and looked around as it was pinged back in for Wallace to nudge it towards Barnes and then Danny Ings steps up and our whole world imploded. It was like slow motion, everything stopped, I felt my bowels give way instantly and from the atmosphere and awful smell surrounding me I guessed I was not alone, Ings shoots, Robbo dives, the ball hits the back of the net and then the noise.... never in all my days at Ewood have I heard a roar like that, it was truly deafening, the Clarets were delirious, and we knew from that moment the game was up. People were crying and screaming all around me, it was awful, from small kids to granddads they were sobbing and nervously looking at the clock as our comfort blanket slipped further and further away from us. I tried to stay to the end but it hurt so much to see the Darwen End bouncing and rocking as the seconds ticked away. And then the final whistle and those of us remaining scrambled like never before to get to the exits, we wanted no part of this de-panting, we wanted to get away, far far away from the gleeful Clarets who mocked us and waved us off. We had been well and truly beaten and the shame of that defeat will live long and painful in the memory of each and every Rover.[/p][/quote]I didn't get past the first paragraph. Are you actually suggesting you get an erection while watching a game of football? You Dingles really are wrong uns.[/p][/quote]Look lets not pretend here. We're both Rovers fans and we both had a jolly stonker when Jordan put us one up. I know because I could feel yours poking me in the back. Didn't last though did it. I wish we'd beaten them. If you think about it, the fact that they have prevented us from reaching the play-off's could ultimately mean, with FFP about to give us a spanking in the Championship, that we are indeed "staying down forever". Poetic justice as I'm sure some of those Burnley fans would say. I bet Simon Garner would never have predicted such a thing. You couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]Like I say, through your 'humour' you have exposed your sordid little habit. Very smart.[/p][/quote]Our sordid little habit. And its nothing to be ashamed of. TurfMoor Tom
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