Burnley boss Dyche grounded but aiming high

Sean Dyche

Sean Dyche

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

SEAN Dyche: Premier League manager. The title has an impressive ring to it.

But while Burnley are on a high on the eve of the Premier League season, which begins with a blockbuster against Chelsea, Dyche is determined to stay grounded.

“It doesn’t make me feel any different,” said the Clarets boss, when asked of his new-found status in football.

“I still go home and take the kids into the garden for a game of football and I let my daughter do my head in asking for a new dress, every day. She’s nine going on 16. My life is the same outside of this – I’m no different.”

The day after Dyche celebrated winning promotion at Turf Moor with a win over Wigan, he assembled a bed for his son at the family’s Northampton home.

“It brings normality to me. It keeps me a bloke, because I am just a bloke,” said the 43-year-old – a bloke who this week conducted the biggest press conference of, certainly, his Clarets career as Burnley prepare for the big league.

“I don’t get too worried about ‘oh look at you, Premier League!’ – it’s not really my bag that.

“I cut the lawn for a reason – the kids have to learn that’s what dads do.”

Dyche has tried to keep things as normal as he can in the workplace too, not straying from the methods or mantras which were integral to promotion last season as they bid to make a name for themselves, rather than make up the numbers, in the top flight.

The Burnley boss put an embargo on “the P word”, promotion, until they had got the job done last season, no matter how likely it began to look beforehand.

Similarly, you won’t hear the word survival now. He is not one to limit his side’s ambitions, whatever the circumstance.

“I think the outside world would look at it like that but why would we? We have belief in what we do, we just can’t guarantee where that takes us because of the market we’re going into,” he said.

“There will be a vast gap in resources available, that’s the reality of it. We haven’t got that so there’s no point moaning about, it just isn’t there.

“We have to focus on what we’ve got and use it wisely, and add to it accordingly when we can.”

It is put to Dyche that his first two home games – Chelsea and then Manchester United less than a fortnight later – are not actually Burnley’s biggest games in the grand scheme of things.

“They are all big games,” he countered.

“I’m not one to start sectioning down the league. If you look back to the beginning of last season, people could have said ‘realistically, you’re this kind of club and that means you’re at that level of the market’.

“We had nowhere near the resources of the clubs who were supposedly going to be the top six. Nowhere near it.

“Probably still there are eight Championship clubs I could name off the bat who have got better resources and player wage level than we have now. You have to find a way of operating to get where you want.”

Dyche did not spend a penny in the market during the two transfer windows following his appointment in October 2012 until January last year, when an initial outlay of just £400,000 brought Ashley Barnes to Burnley to help the Clarets over the line.

This summer he has signed six players at a combined cost of around £3.6million.

Although more signings are expected, Burnley have been criticised by their own fans for being too cautious with their coffers.

But after Cardiff City spent more than £36million only to suffer relegation after just one season of top flight football it is clear that money does not automatically translate into success.

“Our market is a completely different one than most Premier League clubs,” he said.

“Cardiff were something like the seventh biggest spenders, but it’s a tough season.”

Dyche, and his board, are facing a balancing act that works for them both on and off the pitch.

“There are no guarantees in any division in any season, let alone the Premier League, so we have to earn the right and fight hard to get what we can off anyone,” said the Burnley boss.

“People are still stretching to the limit in the Championship to get this pot of gold, and if it doesn’t work, you’re in massive trouble.

“I think the club understand my situation, they were down this road five years ago, so I think they would have learned from that.

“There weren’t a lot of changes then so they have to make those changes to support the future of the club, and the market has run away with it somewhat.”

Times are changing at Turf Moor, and not just on the pitch with £4million spent on bringing the ground up to date to meet with Premier League requirements.

Upgrades are also underway at Turf Moor, although the plan to accommodate the media into what was once the late Arthur Bellamy’s bungalow, within Gawthorpe’s grounds, remains a work in progress.

The press are packed in, such is the attention that Burnley will receive by virtue of promotion.

The spotlight is something else they will have to deal with.

But down-to-earth Dyche is not fazed, and neither will his players be.

“We’ve had a chat about it but we played in so many big games last year and delivered, it’s about remembering that,” he said “This is not exactly new. It’s different, but some of the players have been through it before in play-offs and the Premier League.

“For us as a group, we’re training, looking after the players and formatting the game plan as we do. That sort of thing that we believe in and a way of working we trust in.”

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8:13pm Sat 16 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Top geezer that
Top geezer that Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 13

8:34pm Sat 16 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas
With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -19

8:46pm Sat 16 Aug 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Sky+MOTD,DAOF,can't wait,down by February.RTID
Sky+MOTD,DAOF,can't wait,down by February.RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: -10

8:50pm Sat 16 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Chicken stock laughing stock chicken stock laughing stock
Chicken stock laughing stock chicken stock laughing stock Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 9

9:22pm Sat 16 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.
Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 9

9:58pm Sat 16 Aug 14

Raymond Ban says...

ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.
Now I've controlled my laughter can you please explain in detail how any Blackburn Rovers fan could possible be jealous of your club?
Is it the zero trophies you've won in half a century? Is it your 7 seasons in Div 4 with crowds of 1,500? Is it your 35 years with just ONE derby win? Is it the 7-0 aggregate demolition we made you eat? Is it your League 1 ground? Is it your laughable claims that you have better support despite the facts confirming the total opposite? Is it your 2nd season in the Premier League versus our 18? Maybe we're jealous because you were once called Burnley Rovers and played in blue and white? Maybe we're bitter that you don't hold the all time record attendance? Maybe were just jealous because Blackburn Rovers are the most successful town club by a country mile? Or maybe none of that counts because you're about to embark on quite possibly the worst Premier League season in living memory?

Thanks in advance for the laughs princess xx
[quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.[/p][/quote]Now I've controlled my laughter can you please explain in detail how any Blackburn Rovers fan could possible be jealous of your club? Is it the zero trophies you've won in half a century? Is it your 7 seasons in Div 4 with crowds of 1,500? Is it your 35 years with just ONE derby win? Is it the 7-0 aggregate demolition we made you eat? Is it your League 1 ground? Is it your laughable claims that you have better support despite the facts confirming the total opposite? Is it your 2nd season in the Premier League versus our 18? Maybe we're jealous because you were once called Burnley Rovers and played in blue and white? Maybe we're bitter that you don't hold the all time record attendance? Maybe were just jealous because Blackburn Rovers are the most successful town club by a country mile? Or maybe none of that counts because you're about to embark on quite possibly the worst Premier League season in living memory? Thanks in advance for the laughs princess xx Raymond Ban
  • Score: -7

10:16pm Sat 16 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Another b.......d living in the past -
Another b.......d living in the past - Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 11

11:02pm Sat 16 Aug 14

Raymond Ban says...

Its Only a game boy wrote:
Another b.......d living in the past -
A past that's made you all how you are. Easily pleased, Rovers infatuated bull sh1tters
[quote][p][bold]Its Only a game boy[/bold] wrote: Another b.......d living in the past -[/p][/quote]A past that's made you all how you are. Easily pleased, Rovers infatuated bull sh1tters Raymond Ban
  • Score: 1

11:55pm Sat 16 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

Raymond Ban wrote:
ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.
Now I've controlled my laughter can you please explain in detail how any Blackburn Rovers fan could possible be jealous of your club?
Is it the zero trophies you've won in half a century? Is it your 7 seasons in Div 4 with crowds of 1,500? Is it your 35 years with just ONE derby win? Is it the 7-0 aggregate demolition we made you eat? Is it your League 1 ground? Is it your laughable claims that you have better support despite the facts confirming the total opposite? Is it your 2nd season in the Premier League versus our 18? Maybe we're jealous because you were once called Burnley Rovers and played in blue and white? Maybe we're bitter that you don't hold the all time record attendance? Maybe were just jealous because Blackburn Rovers are the most successful town club by a country mile? Or maybe none of that counts because you're about to embark on quite possibly the worst Premier League season in living memory?

Thanks in advance for the laughs princess xx
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley

That kinda says it all doesn't it. And then they went up.

Gutted.
[quote][p][bold]Raymond Ban[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.[/p][/quote]Now I've controlled my laughter can you please explain in detail how any Blackburn Rovers fan could possible be jealous of your club? Is it the zero trophies you've won in half a century? Is it your 7 seasons in Div 4 with crowds of 1,500? Is it your 35 years with just ONE derby win? Is it the 7-0 aggregate demolition we made you eat? Is it your League 1 ground? Is it your laughable claims that you have better support despite the facts confirming the total opposite? Is it your 2nd season in the Premier League versus our 18? Maybe we're jealous because you were once called Burnley Rovers and played in blue and white? Maybe we're bitter that you don't hold the all time record attendance? Maybe were just jealous because Blackburn Rovers are the most successful town club by a country mile? Or maybe none of that counts because you're about to embark on quite possibly the worst Premier League season in living memory? Thanks in advance for the laughs princess xx[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley That kinda says it all doesn't it. And then they went up. Gutted. TurfMoor Tom
  • Score: 10

11:59pm Sat 16 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

“I cut the lawn for a reason – the kids have to learn that’s what dads do.”

What a c0ck. People cut their grass because it's getting unkempt and unsightly. False arrogance if ever I heard it. And while he's going on about being a dad - do his kids not think he's different to other dads when he travels all the way from Northampton to Bumley of all places?
“I cut the lawn for a reason – the kids have to learn that’s what dads do.” What a c0ck. People cut their grass because it's getting unkempt and unsightly. False arrogance if ever I heard it. And while he's going on about being a dad - do his kids not think he's different to other dads when he travels all the way from Northampton to Bumley of all places? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -11

12:51am Sun 17 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

Ooh er wife person. Jumpers for goalposts, penny farthings parked outside Ewood, good old days yah, pipe smoke on the train, wovers in the premier league. Yah yah. Blazers and ties. Black and white tv. Let's live in the past. Wet pants. Matron - ooh er. Last game on nobody's watching tv. Minty shirts. Smelly groins No fans. Ooh er Matron we look like we is in stickedy doo doo
Ooh er wife person. Jumpers for goalposts, penny farthings parked outside Ewood, good old days yah, pipe smoke on the train, wovers in the premier league. Yah yah. Blazers and ties. Black and white tv. Let's live in the past. Wet pants. Matron - ooh er. Last game on nobody's watching tv. Minty shirts. Smelly groins No fans. Ooh er Matron we look like we is in stickedy doo doo Claretcert
  • Score: 10

1:20am Sun 17 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Dyche out Pulis in, Dyche can only attract Div 1 floaters and Rovers castoffs
Dyche out Pulis in, Dyche can only attract Div 1 floaters and Rovers castoffs AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -15

1:23am Sun 17 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

crikey we were second in the league, we are dropping like a stone, down to 10th and not even played, after monday we could be rock bottom, Dyche out
crikey we were second in the league, we are dropping like a stone, down to 10th and not even played, after monday we could be rock bottom, Dyche out AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -12

2:10am Sun 17 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

Notice the Blackburn gimps find BFC news feeds strangely erotic. Their whole existence seems to be focussed on the club they pretend to hate, flogging themselves mercilessly they scream "pweokkk pweokkkk puk puk", which is venka for "ooh er Barry Shear Ahhh! Sheard-up, Shut up - it's over.
Notice the Blackburn gimps find BFC news feeds strangely erotic. Their whole existence seems to be focussed on the club they pretend to hate, flogging themselves mercilessly they scream "pweokkk pweokkkk puk puk", which is venka for "ooh er Barry Shear Ahhh! Sheard-up, Shut up - it's over. Claretcert
  • Score: 11

3:42am Sun 17 Aug 14

jim 2012 says...

ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.
we are never jealous or bitter
it's just funny that you think we give toss
what burnley do in whatever league you happen to find yourself
so you are in the premier league for the second time in the 20 year history
that means my little dingle numpty that burnley have spent 18years
playing there football outside premier league
Blackburn on the other hand are in to season three of a championship season after an 18 year stay in the premire league
so we do not need you'r pity
burnley on the other hand will need a miracle to survive only there second season in twenty years in the premier league
[quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.[/p][/quote]we are never jealous or bitter it's just funny that you think we give toss what burnley do in whatever league you happen to find yourself so you are in the premier league for the second time in the 20 year history that means my little dingle numpty that burnley have spent 18years playing there football outside premier league Blackburn on the other hand are in to season three of a championship season after an 18 year stay in the premire league so we do not need you'r pity burnley on the other hand will need a miracle to survive only there second season in twenty years in the premier league jim 2012
  • Score: -13

7:46am Sun 17 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Living in the past means nothing - Portsmouth won the FACup a few years ago and were in the PL - look at them now. Just remember that your lot only got into the PL With walkers millions and now you ain't got that you show up for what you really are. Burnley managed to get there twice on next to nothing and no rich benefactor- we all know what the biggest achievement is.
You lose at home to a league 1 outfit and Mogadon manager must go then you scrape thru against a woeful blackpool and he's a God again.....so,sad.
Living in the past means nothing - Portsmouth won the FACup a few years ago and were in the PL - look at them now. Just remember that your lot only got into the PL With walkers millions and now you ain't got that you show up for what you really are. Burnley managed to get there twice on next to nothing and no rich benefactor- we all know what the biggest achievement is. You lose at home to a league 1 outfit and Mogadon manager must go then you scrape thru against a woeful blackpool and he's a God again.....so,sad. Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 15

8:32am Sun 17 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

jim 2012 wrote:
ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.
we are never jealous or bitter
it's just funny that you think we give toss
what burnley do in whatever league you happen to find yourself
so you are in the premier league for the second time in the 20 year history
that means my little dingle numpty that burnley have spent 18years
playing there football outside premier league
Blackburn on the other hand are in to season three of a championship season after an 18 year stay in the premire league
so we do not need you'r pity
burnley on the other hand will need a miracle to survive only there second season in twenty years in the premier league
But you DO give a toss, that is why you and countless other rear ends post so much drivel on here pretending to be clarets and mocking everything the club does.

You don't like it because you are right now, no longer the club you have been boasting about in your post. Football in General has a fantastic history, but what matters is NOW.

And it all stems from last season when we were 23 points ahead of you, when we took four points off you, when we beat you on your own patch in your cup final. After decades of superiority and multi million pound signings, you now have to look for freebies from Leeds reserves and League One. And to cap it all off little Burnley will be welcoming the cream of the crop for the nine months at least. You will be welcoming the cream of the crap.

Scunthorpe eh? The same Scunthorpe battered in its first two league games by Swindon and Preston? And your club with its superior resources can't put a side out to compete with them.

Your 18 years in the Prem is in the past. Horrible Histories are making a special episode to commemorate it apparently, because like everything else they do it's HISTORY and what matters is NOW and the future and your club's future is looking rather bleaker than ours with your chicken farming owners.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.[/p][/quote]we are never jealous or bitter it's just funny that you think we give toss what burnley do in whatever league you happen to find yourself so you are in the premier league for the second time in the 20 year history that means my little dingle numpty that burnley have spent 18years playing there football outside premier league Blackburn on the other hand are in to season three of a championship season after an 18 year stay in the premire league so we do not need you'r pity burnley on the other hand will need a miracle to survive only there second season in twenty years in the premier league[/p][/quote]But you DO give a toss, that is why you and countless other rear ends post so much drivel on here pretending to be clarets and mocking everything the club does. You don't like it because you are right now, no longer the club you have been boasting about in your post. Football in General has a fantastic history, but what matters is NOW. And it all stems from last season when we were 23 points ahead of you, when we took four points off you, when we beat you on your own patch in your cup final. After decades of superiority and multi million pound signings, you now have to look for freebies from Leeds reserves and League One. And to cap it all off little Burnley will be welcoming the cream of the crop for the nine months at least. You will be welcoming the cream of the crap. Scunthorpe eh? The same Scunthorpe battered in its first two league games by Swindon and Preston? And your club with its superior resources can't put a side out to compete with them. Your 18 years in the Prem is in the past. Horrible Histories are making a special episode to commemorate it apparently, because like everything else they do it's HISTORY and what matters is NOW and the future and your club's future is looking rather bleaker than ours with your chicken farming owners. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 16

9:01am Sun 17 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

Raymond Ban wrote:
ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.
Now I've controlled my laughter can you please explain in detail how any Blackburn Rovers fan could possible be jealous of your club?
Is it the zero trophies you've won in half a century? Is it your 7 seasons in Div 4 with crowds of 1,500? Is it your 35 years with just ONE derby win? Is it the 7-0 aggregate demolition we made you eat? Is it your League 1 ground? Is it your laughable claims that you have better support despite the facts confirming the total opposite? Is it your 2nd season in the Premier League versus our 18? Maybe we're jealous because you were once called Burnley Rovers and played in blue and white? Maybe we're bitter that you don't hold the all time record attendance? Maybe were just jealous because Blackburn Rovers are the most successful town club by a country mile? Or maybe none of that counts because you're about to embark on quite possibly the worst Premier League season in living memory?

Thanks in advance for the laughs princess xx
And you are a fine example of the rear ends I mentioned in my previous post. Someone else who cares so little about Burnley that he posts regularly on their stories.

Hypocrite.

And no, it's none of the things you mention, seeing as you ask. It's the sheer hard headedness of your attitude and the fact that your success was built on huge donations from a lifelong Rovers fan who put his money where his mouth is. That is why you had 18 years in the Premier League. Without it you would have nowhere near. I wasn't bitter when that was going on. Jealous? Yes of course but not bitter. I channelled my frustrations into supporting my club with no more than a passing interest in what Shearer and co were doing.

You won't find me spouting childish crap on Rovers stories. Most of the time I don't read them. Unlike you I can help myself.

Cheers Queenie xx
[quote][p][bold]Raymond Ban[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.[/p][/quote]Now I've controlled my laughter can you please explain in detail how any Blackburn Rovers fan could possible be jealous of your club? Is it the zero trophies you've won in half a century? Is it your 7 seasons in Div 4 with crowds of 1,500? Is it your 35 years with just ONE derby win? Is it the 7-0 aggregate demolition we made you eat? Is it your League 1 ground? Is it your laughable claims that you have better support despite the facts confirming the total opposite? Is it your 2nd season in the Premier League versus our 18? Maybe we're jealous because you were once called Burnley Rovers and played in blue and white? Maybe we're bitter that you don't hold the all time record attendance? Maybe were just jealous because Blackburn Rovers are the most successful town club by a country mile? Or maybe none of that counts because you're about to embark on quite possibly the worst Premier League season in living memory? Thanks in advance for the laughs princess xx[/p][/quote]And you are a fine example of the rear ends I mentioned in my previous post. Someone else who cares so little about Burnley that he posts regularly on their stories. Hypocrite. And no, it's none of the things you mention, seeing as you ask. It's the sheer hard headedness of your attitude and the fact that your success was built on huge donations from a lifelong Rovers fan who put his money where his mouth is. That is why you had 18 years in the Premier League. Without it you would have nowhere near. I wasn't bitter when that was going on. Jealous? Yes of course but not bitter. I channelled my frustrations into supporting my club with no more than a passing interest in what Shearer and co were doing. You won't find me spouting childish crap on Rovers stories. Most of the time I don't read them. Unlike you I can help myself. Cheers Queenie xx ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 15

9:11am Sun 17 Aug 14

Tatts says...

Raymond Ban wrote:
ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.
Now I've controlled my laughter can you please explain in detail how any Blackburn Rovers fan could possible be jealous of your club?
Is it the zero trophies you've won in half a century? Is it your 7 seasons in Div 4 with crowds of 1,500? Is it your 35 years with just ONE derby win? Is it the 7-0 aggregate demolition we made you eat? Is it your League 1 ground? Is it your laughable claims that you have better support despite the facts confirming the total opposite? Is it your 2nd season in the Premier League versus our 18? Maybe we're jealous because you were once called Burnley Rovers and played in blue and white? Maybe we're bitter that you don't hold the all time record attendance? Maybe were just jealous because Blackburn Rovers are the most successful town club by a country mile? Or maybe none of that counts because you're about to embark on quite possibly the worst Premier League season in living memory?

Thanks in advance for the laughs princess xx
Well put. Pretty much sums things up.

Not really jealous of their owners either, who like to rip off their fans by charging them upwards of £40, whilst pocketing the promotion cash and then pleading poverty.
[quote][p][bold]Raymond Ban[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.[/p][/quote]Now I've controlled my laughter can you please explain in detail how any Blackburn Rovers fan could possible be jealous of your club? Is it the zero trophies you've won in half a century? Is it your 7 seasons in Div 4 with crowds of 1,500? Is it your 35 years with just ONE derby win? Is it the 7-0 aggregate demolition we made you eat? Is it your League 1 ground? Is it your laughable claims that you have better support despite the facts confirming the total opposite? Is it your 2nd season in the Premier League versus our 18? Maybe we're jealous because you were once called Burnley Rovers and played in blue and white? Maybe we're bitter that you don't hold the all time record attendance? Maybe were just jealous because Blackburn Rovers are the most successful town club by a country mile? Or maybe none of that counts because you're about to embark on quite possibly the worst Premier League season in living memory? Thanks in advance for the laughs princess xx[/p][/quote]Well put. Pretty much sums things up. Not really jealous of their owners either, who like to rip off their fans by charging them upwards of £40, whilst pocketing the promotion cash and then pleading poverty. Tatts
  • Score: -10

9:36am Sun 17 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

Tatts wrote:
Raymond Ban wrote:
ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.
Now I've controlled my laughter can you please explain in detail how any Blackburn Rovers fan could possible be jealous of your club?
Is it the zero trophies you've won in half a century? Is it your 7 seasons in Div 4 with crowds of 1,500? Is it your 35 years with just ONE derby win? Is it the 7-0 aggregate demolition we made you eat? Is it your League 1 ground? Is it your laughable claims that you have better support despite the facts confirming the total opposite? Is it your 2nd season in the Premier League versus our 18? Maybe we're jealous because you were once called Burnley Rovers and played in blue and white? Maybe we're bitter that you don't hold the all time record attendance? Maybe were just jealous because Blackburn Rovers are the most successful town club by a country mile? Or maybe none of that counts because you're about to embark on quite possibly the worst Premier League season in living memory?

Thanks in advance for the laughs princess xx
Well put. Pretty much sums things up.

Not really jealous of their owners either, who like to rip off their fans by charging them upwards of £40, whilst pocketing the promotion cash and then pleading poverty.
And here's another. Oh dear.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Raymond Ban[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.[/p][/quote]Now I've controlled my laughter can you please explain in detail how any Blackburn Rovers fan could possible be jealous of your club? Is it the zero trophies you've won in half a century? Is it your 7 seasons in Div 4 with crowds of 1,500? Is it your 35 years with just ONE derby win? Is it the 7-0 aggregate demolition we made you eat? Is it your League 1 ground? Is it your laughable claims that you have better support despite the facts confirming the total opposite? Is it your 2nd season in the Premier League versus our 18? Maybe we're jealous because you were once called Burnley Rovers and played in blue and white? Maybe we're bitter that you don't hold the all time record attendance? Maybe were just jealous because Blackburn Rovers are the most successful town club by a country mile? Or maybe none of that counts because you're about to embark on quite possibly the worst Premier League season in living memory? Thanks in advance for the laughs princess xx[/p][/quote]Well put. Pretty much sums things up. Not really jealous of their owners either, who like to rip off their fans by charging them upwards of £40, whilst pocketing the promotion cash and then pleading poverty.[/p][/quote]And here's another. Oh dear. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 14

9:42am Sun 17 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

Jack Walker gave them fantasy football. You will find it in the history books. Jack's legacy is that he gave you fantastic times and a huge stick to hit us with.

I don't know whether you have noticed or not but you ain't got that stick anymore. You, as well as everybody else outside the top four or five clubs in the country are in the section labelled 'also ran'.
Jack Walker gave them fantasy football. You will find it in the history books. Jack's legacy is that he gave you fantastic times and a huge stick to hit us with. I don't know whether you have noticed or not but you ain't got that stick anymore. You, as well as everybody else outside the top four or five clubs in the country are in the section labelled 'also ran'. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 14

10:37am Sun 17 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky+MOTD,DAOF,can't wait,down by February.RTID
puerile infant
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky+MOTD,DAOF,can't wait,down by February.RTID[/p][/quote]puerile infant RobH2O .
  • Score: 8

10:40am Sun 17 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas
If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship.

I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas[/p][/quote]If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship. I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think? RobH2O .
  • Score: 5

11:28am Sun 17 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

RobH2O . wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas
If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship.

I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think?
I think you're missing the analogy Nobby - floaters as in you won't be able to get rid of them. Some people use tealeaves, but while you can you take solace wherever you can and use your turds as you see fit. Beyond that I think Douche is now riddled with Dingle. Just look at him in that photo.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas[/p][/quote]If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship. I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think?[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the analogy Nobby - floaters as in you won't be able to get rid of them. Some people use tealeaves, but while you can you take solace wherever you can and use your turds as you see fit. Beyond that I think Douche is now riddled with Dingle. Just look at him in that photo. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -9

11:32am Sun 17 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas
If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship.

I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think?
I think you're missing the analogy Nobby - floaters as in you won't be able to get rid of them. Some people use tealeaves, but while you can you take solace wherever you can and use your turds as you see fit. Beyond that I think Douche is now riddled with Dingle. Just look at him in that photo.
Talking of turds, Tom's back.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas[/p][/quote]If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship. I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think?[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the analogy Nobby - floaters as in you won't be able to get rid of them. Some people use tealeaves, but while you can you take solace wherever you can and use your turds as you see fit. Beyond that I think Douche is now riddled with Dingle. Just look at him in that photo.[/p][/quote]Talking of turds, Tom's back. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 15

12:58pm Sun 17 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

ZomZom@thePark wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas
If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship.

I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think?
I think you're missing the analogy Nobby - floaters as in you won't be able to get rid of them. Some people use tealeaves, but while you can you take solace wherever you can and use your turds as you see fit. Beyond that I think Douche is now riddled with Dingle. Just look at him in that photo.
Talking of turds, Tom's back.
If you can't get rid of them they will sat - in the Prem. Either way we stay.
[quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas[/p][/quote]If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship. I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think?[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the analogy Nobby - floaters as in you won't be able to get rid of them. Some people use tealeaves, but while you can you take solace wherever you can and use your turds as you see fit. Beyond that I think Douche is now riddled with Dingle. Just look at him in that photo.[/p][/quote]Talking of turds, Tom's back.[/p][/quote]If you can't get rid of them they will sat - in the Prem. Either way we stay. RobH2O .
  • Score: -1

1:00pm Sun 17 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

ZomZom@thePark wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas
If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship.

I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think?
I think you're missing the analogy Nobby - floaters as in you won't be able to get rid of them. Some people use tealeaves, but while you can you take solace wherever you can and use your turds as you see fit. Beyond that I think Douche is now riddled with Dingle. Just look at him in that photo.
Talking of turds, Tom's back.
Oh yes, forgot to ask. Sorry. Are you going to update the Burnley page photograph on your website with this one? To do so would be in suitably bad taste, don't you think.
[quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas[/p][/quote]If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship. I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think?[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the analogy Nobby - floaters as in you won't be able to get rid of them. Some people use tealeaves, but while you can you take solace wherever you can and use your turds as you see fit. Beyond that I think Douche is now riddled with Dingle. Just look at him in that photo.[/p][/quote]Talking of turds, Tom's back.[/p][/quote]Oh yes, forgot to ask. Sorry. Are you going to update the Burnley page photograph on your website with this one? To do so would be in suitably bad taste, don't you think. RobH2O .
  • Score: 0

1:23pm Sun 17 Aug 14

AndyBFC says...

jim 2012 wrote:
ZomZom@thePark wrote:
Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.
we are never jealous or bitter
it's just funny that you think we give toss
what burnley do in whatever league you happen to find yourself
so you are in the premier league for the second time in the 20 year history
that means my little dingle numpty that burnley have spent 18years
playing there football outside premier league
Blackburn on the other hand are in to season three of a championship season after an 18 year stay in the premire league
so we do not need you'r pity
burnley on the other hand will need a miracle to survive only there second season in twenty years in the premier league
If you don't give a toss why are you on a Burnley article you Pr!ck.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: Your jealousy and bitterness knows no bounds. You are embarrassing yourselves. Can't you see that? No? I pity you. Really.[/p][/quote]we are never jealous or bitter it's just funny that you think we give toss what burnley do in whatever league you happen to find yourself so you are in the premier league for the second time in the 20 year history that means my little dingle numpty that burnley have spent 18years playing there football outside premier league Blackburn on the other hand are in to season three of a championship season after an 18 year stay in the premire league so we do not need you'r pity burnley on the other hand will need a miracle to survive only there second season in twenty years in the premier league[/p][/quote]If you don't give a toss why are you on a Burnley article you Pr!ck. AndyBFC
  • Score: 9

4:03pm Sun 17 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

RobH2O . wrote:
ZomZom@thePark wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
RobH2O . wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn




ley
wrote:
With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas
If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship.

I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think?
I think you're missing the analogy Nobby - floaters as in you won't be able to get rid of them. Some people use tealeaves, but while you can you take solace wherever you can and use your turds as you see fit. Beyond that I think Douche is now riddled with Dingle. Just look at him in that photo.
Talking of turds, Tom's back.
If you can't get rid of them they will sat - in the Prem. Either way we stay.
Can't get rid of them from the club which I'm sure you appreciate but just to clarify, what I'm assuming the poster means in his analogy is that they are floaters that you can't flush out of the toilet bowl that is Burnley FC. Quite apt I'd say. Now if you want to take the literal meaning and use the buoyancy of your turds to give you some feel for if or not your sorry club will stay in the Premier League then that's your business (if you'll pardon the pun). However, I'd respectfully request that you keep such vile discussion away from these boards.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZomZom@thePark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: With this set of div 1 floaters how can we possibly survive a chance beyond Christmas[/p][/quote]If we are floaters, by definition, we do not sink. Thus we float where we are, in the Prem. We do not sink, down to the Championship. I think you are a tad confused. Its because its crowded in there. What does TMT think?[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the analogy Nobby - floaters as in you won't be able to get rid of them. Some people use tealeaves, but while you can you take solace wherever you can and use your turds as you see fit. Beyond that I think Douche is now riddled with Dingle. Just look at him in that photo.[/p][/quote]Talking of turds, Tom's back.[/p][/quote]If you can't get rid of them they will sat - in the Prem. Either way we stay.[/p][/quote]Can't get rid of them from the club which I'm sure you appreciate but just to clarify, what I'm assuming the poster means in his analogy is that they are floaters that you can't flush out of the toilet bowl that is Burnley FC. Quite apt I'd say. Now if you want to take the literal meaning and use the buoyancy of your turds to give you some feel for if or not your sorry club will stay in the Premier League then that's your business (if you'll pardon the pun). However, I'd respectfully request that you keep such vile discussion away from these boards. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -6

4:20pm Sun 17 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

I would say there is no - one at the club who the manager does not want or believes cannot do a job for us. The weak and deadwood has already been trimmed.

We may, as you most certainly wish for, come straight back down, but overall we will be in better shape both on and off the field.
There's only these 'floaters' because it's what one or two less than graceful blues choose to call them.

And yes, I agree with the final part of your post.
I would say there is no - one at the club who the manager does not want or believes cannot do a job for us. The weak and deadwood has already been trimmed. We may, as you most certainly wish for, come straight back down, but overall we will be in better shape both on and off the field. There's only these 'floaters' because it's what one or two less than graceful blues choose to call them. And yes, I agree with the final part of your post. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 2

6:09pm Sun 17 Aug 14

Pompey Claret says...

They say they are not jealous, bitter, envious or infatuated with Burnley Football club and yet as Andy BFC said "Why are they on a Burnley article".

Burnley haven't even kicked off there season and yet these fools have been following every article since the end of last season leading up to pre-season and even following the Clarets friendlies. Let's not forget there overwhelming interest in the Clarets transfer targets.

Thus leading these fools to pass on comments showing there complete lack of knowledge not only in football but also in how a club is run from top to bottom and hence one of the reasons there in the Championship.

The best bit of all is that those who say there not jealous , bitter, envious or infatuated with BFC will be tuning in to see the game against Chelsea tomorrow night and every other televised games of ours.

Yes we may lose, but so did united on Saturday but the season isn't decided on one game. These fools will be watching out for every game Burnley play, every result preying that we lose every game.

Premier Football or the Championship . If Rovers were offered a swop , would they take it? I think we all know the answer to that.

But no there not jealous, bitter, envious or infatuate are they!

UTC
They say they are not jealous, bitter, envious or infatuated with Burnley Football club and yet as Andy BFC said "Why are they on a Burnley article". Burnley haven't even kicked off there season and yet these fools have been following every article since the end of last season leading up to pre-season and even following the Clarets friendlies. Let's not forget there overwhelming interest in the Clarets transfer targets. Thus leading these fools to pass on comments showing there complete lack of knowledge not only in football but also in how a club is run from top to bottom and hence one of the reasons there in the Championship. The best bit of all is that those who say there not jealous , bitter, envious or infatuated with BFC will be tuning in to see the game against Chelsea tomorrow night and every other televised games of ours. Yes we may lose, but so did united on Saturday but the season isn't decided on one game. These fools will be watching out for every game Burnley play, every result preying that we lose every game. Premier Football or the Championship . If Rovers were offered a swop , would they take it? I think we all know the answer to that. But no there not jealous, bitter, envious or infatuate are they! UTC Pompey Claret
  • Score: 6

6:11pm Sun 17 Aug 14

Pompey Claret says...

Pompey Claret wrote:
They say they are not jealous, bitter, envious or infatuated with Burnley Football club and yet as Andy BFC said "Why are they on a Burnley article".

Burnley haven't even kicked off there season and yet these fools have been following every article since the end of last season leading up to pre-season and even following the Clarets friendlies. Let's not forget there overwhelming interest in the Clarets transfer targets.

Thus leading these fools to pass on comments showing there complete lack of knowledge not only in football but also in how a club is run from top to bottom and hence one of the reasons there in the Championship.

The best bit of all is that those who say there not jealous , bitter, envious or infatuated with BFC will be tuning in to see the game against Chelsea tomorrow night and every other televised games of ours.

Yes we may lose, but so did united on Saturday but the season isn't decided on one game. These fools will be watching out for every game Burnley play, every result preying that we lose every game.

Premier Football or the Championship . If Rovers were offered a swop , would they take it? I think we all know the answer to that.

But no there not jealous, bitter, envious or infatuate are they!

UTC
Oops "Infatuated"...

UTC
[quote][p][bold]Pompey Claret[/bold] wrote: They say they are not jealous, bitter, envious or infatuated with Burnley Football club and yet as Andy BFC said "Why are they on a Burnley article". Burnley haven't even kicked off there season and yet these fools have been following every article since the end of last season leading up to pre-season and even following the Clarets friendlies. Let's not forget there overwhelming interest in the Clarets transfer targets. Thus leading these fools to pass on comments showing there complete lack of knowledge not only in football but also in how a club is run from top to bottom and hence one of the reasons there in the Championship. The best bit of all is that those who say there not jealous , bitter, envious or infatuated with BFC will be tuning in to see the game against Chelsea tomorrow night and every other televised games of ours. Yes we may lose, but so did united on Saturday but the season isn't decided on one game. These fools will be watching out for every game Burnley play, every result preying that we lose every game. Premier Football or the Championship . If Rovers were offered a swop , would they take it? I think we all know the answer to that. But no there not jealous, bitter, envious or infatuate are they! UTC[/p][/quote]Oops "Infatuated"... UTC Pompey Claret
  • Score: 1

6:58am Mon 18 Aug 14

milnrow claret says...

To be honest I'd be looking at our articles too. The depression on the no dad forums is too much. Never mind the flannel GB and co are giving out to hide the panic and raw fear behind closed doors.

I've seen their future. Home attendances of 5,000 against Rochdale and Oldham, pleas for patience and calm and the Venkys sticking with the manager as they believe his talk about 4 more transfer windows.
To be honest I'd be looking at our articles too. The depression on the no dad forums is too much. Never mind the flannel GB and co are giving out to hide the panic and raw fear behind closed doors. I've seen their future. Home attendances of 5,000 against Rochdale and Oldham, pleas for patience and calm and the Venkys sticking with the manager as they believe his talk about 4 more transfer windows. milnrow claret
  • Score: 5

1:01pm Mon 18 Aug 14

jack01 says...

milnrow claret wrote:
To be honest I'd be looking at our articles too. The depression on the no dad forums is too much. Never mind the flannel GB and co are giving out to hide the panic and raw fear behind closed doors.

I've seen their future. Home attendances of 5,000 against Rochdale and Oldham, pleas for patience and calm and the Venkys sticking with the manager as they believe his talk about 4 more transfer windows.
There's only one side out of Rovers and Burnley who have had sub-5000 crowds against the likes of Rochdale and Oldham. And it isn't Rovers.
[quote][p][bold]milnrow claret[/bold] wrote: To be honest I'd be looking at our articles too. The depression on the no dad forums is too much. Never mind the flannel GB and co are giving out to hide the panic and raw fear behind closed doors. I've seen their future. Home attendances of 5,000 against Rochdale and Oldham, pleas for patience and calm and the Venkys sticking with the manager as they believe his talk about 4 more transfer windows.[/p][/quote]There's only one side out of Rovers and Burnley who have had sub-5000 crowds against the likes of Rochdale and Oldham. And it isn't Rovers. jack01
  • Score: -1

2:44pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

jack01 wrote:
milnrow claret wrote:
To be honest I'd be looking at our articles too. The depression on the no dad forums is too much. Never mind the flannel GB and co are giving out to hide the panic and raw fear behind closed doors.

I've seen their future. Home attendances of 5,000 against Rochdale and Oldham, pleas for patience and calm and the Venkys sticking with the manager as they believe his talk about 4 more transfer windows.
There's only one side out of Rovers and Burnley who have had sub-5000 crowds against the likes of Rochdale and Oldham. And it isn't Rovers.
Maybe Jack, but then again you have not plumbed the depths of the old Division Four like we have. But hey, with those chicken farmers expertly running your club from thousands of miles away, you may yet get your chance. Fingers crossed.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]milnrow claret[/bold] wrote: To be honest I'd be looking at our articles too. The depression on the no dad forums is too much. Never mind the flannel GB and co are giving out to hide the panic and raw fear behind closed doors. I've seen their future. Home attendances of 5,000 against Rochdale and Oldham, pleas for patience and calm and the Venkys sticking with the manager as they believe his talk about 4 more transfer windows.[/p][/quote]There's only one side out of Rovers and Burnley who have had sub-5000 crowds against the likes of Rochdale and Oldham. And it isn't Rovers.[/p][/quote]Maybe Jack, but then again you have not plumbed the depths of the old Division Four like we have. But hey, with those chicken farmers expertly running your club from thousands of miles away, you may yet get your chance. Fingers crossed. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 1

3:27pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

jack01 wrote:
milnrow claret wrote:
To be honest I'd be looking at our articles too. The depression on the no dad forums is too much. Never mind the flannel GB and co are giving out to hide the panic and raw fear behind closed doors.

I've seen their future. Home attendances of 5,000 against Rochdale and Oldham, pleas for patience and calm and the Venkys sticking with the manager as they believe his talk about 4 more transfer windows.
There's only one side out of Rovers and Burnley who have had sub-5000 crowds against the likes of Rochdale and Oldham. And it isn't Rovers.
I beg to differ. 8th October 1985, Blackburn Rovers v Wimbledon, attendance 2161.
Google is my friend.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]milnrow claret[/bold] wrote: To be honest I'd be looking at our articles too. The depression on the no dad forums is too much. Never mind the flannel GB and co are giving out to hide the panic and raw fear behind closed doors. I've seen their future. Home attendances of 5,000 against Rochdale and Oldham, pleas for patience and calm and the Venkys sticking with the manager as they believe his talk about 4 more transfer windows.[/p][/quote]There's only one side out of Rovers and Burnley who have had sub-5000 crowds against the likes of Rochdale and Oldham. And it isn't Rovers.[/p][/quote]I beg to differ. 8th October 1985, Blackburn Rovers v Wimbledon, attendance 2161. Google is my friend. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 1

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