Millwall cup exit was one of my career low points, says Rovers ace Dunn

This Is Lancashire: David Dunn David Dunn

DAVID Dunn will be out to avenge one of the most painful defeats of his Blackburn Rovers career this weekend.

Rovers’ FA Cup quarter-final reverse at home to Millwall last season, and the chance to play eventual winners Wigan Athletic at Wembley in the semis, still rankles with Dunn.

The veteran midfielder believes some of his team-mates on that demoralising night did not leave ‘everything’ out on the field.

The memory of the loss will linger with Dunn forever.

But the 33-year-old wants to push it further to the back of his mind by helping Rovers to a victory over Millwall on Saturday when the Lions make their first return to Ewood Park for a crucial Championship clash.

“That defeat was hard to take, a real tough one,” said Dunn, who won the Worthington Cup final with Rovers at the Millennium Stadium in 2002.

“I’ve been there and experienced how good those days are and when you’ve got a chance to experience them you’ve got to grab the chance with both hands.

“When you get so close it hurts. I was looking around and I felt some people felt they would get another chance at it, another bite of the cherry.

“But I tell you what, chances to go and play in major semi-finals and finals are few and far between in your career.

“And that’s what was so disappointing for me. I just didn’t think everyone left everything out there.”

Dunn is now in his 13th season with Rovers and on Saturday, in the 0-0 draw at QPR, he came off the bench to make his 350th appearance for his hometown club.

The former England international’s determination to see Rovers succeed burns as bright as ever.

But he feels players coming through the ranks no longer feel the pain of defeat as much as he always has and always will.

Dunn said: “This isn’t a hit on the younger players but I think when they do get beat – and this isn’t about our club, it’s across the board – that they can forget about it very quickly. That, in a way, is a positive.

“But for me sometimes it doesn’t hurt enough to get beat.

“I remember when we got beat by Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-finals and Morten (Gamst Pedersen) missed that header late on.

“Although it didn’t affect me on the pitch, it bothered me mentally for a good few months.

“Things still eat away at me because I care.

“You want all players to taste that bitter feel after you get beat so you come back stronger afterwards.”

The draw with QPR left Rovers 13th, seven points behind the play-off places.

Rovers’ next four games, starting with Millwall on Saturday, are against teams currently below them in the table.

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9:27am Thu 12 Dec 13

Blolburn Roflers says...

13 years and just 350 appearances?

Pathetic.

Looks like players have been leeching off Rovers cash cow for time eternal, never mind the last couple of years.
13 years and just 350 appearances? Pathetic. Looks like players have been leeching off Rovers cash cow for time eternal, never mind the last couple of years. Blolburn Roflers

10:16am Thu 12 Dec 13

razwoods78 says...

Blolburn Roflers wrote:
13 years and just 350 appearances? Pathetic. Looks like players have been leeching off Rovers cash cow for time eternal, never mind the last couple of years.
But the one appearance that mattered was priceless. The sight of your little straw-chewing faces when the 'off side goal' went in will live with me forever. The conga at the front of the Darwen End that was prematurely halted, the disco dancing as additional digits were waved in the direction of the Riverside.......Bles
s ya Cotton Eyed Joe

13 Years ONE APPEARANCE

Forever a BRFC Legend
[quote][p][bold]Blolburn Roflers[/bold] wrote: 13 years and just 350 appearances? Pathetic. Looks like players have been leeching off Rovers cash cow for time eternal, never mind the last couple of years.[/p][/quote]But the one appearance that mattered was priceless. The sight of your little straw-chewing faces when the 'off side goal' went in will live with me forever. The conga at the front of the Darwen End that was prematurely halted, the disco dancing as additional digits were waved in the direction of the Riverside.......Bles s ya Cotton Eyed Joe 13 Years ONE APPEARANCE Forever a BRFC Legend razwoods78

10:16am Thu 12 Dec 13

razwoods78 says...

Blolburn Roflers wrote:
13 years and just 350 appearances? Pathetic. Looks like players have been leeching off Rovers cash cow for time eternal, never mind the last couple of years.
But the one appearance that mattered was priceless. The sight of your little straw-chewing faces when the 'off side goal' went in will live with me forever. The conga at the front of the Darwen End that was prematurely halted, the disco dancing as additional digits were waved in the direction of the Riverside.......Bles
s ya Cotton Eyed Joe

13 Years ONE APPEARANCE

Forever a BRFC Legend
[quote][p][bold]Blolburn Roflers[/bold] wrote: 13 years and just 350 appearances? Pathetic. Looks like players have been leeching off Rovers cash cow for time eternal, never mind the last couple of years.[/p][/quote]But the one appearance that mattered was priceless. The sight of your little straw-chewing faces when the 'off side goal' went in will live with me forever. The conga at the front of the Darwen End that was prematurely halted, the disco dancing as additional digits were waved in the direction of the Riverside.......Bles s ya Cotton Eyed Joe 13 Years ONE APPEARANCE Forever a BRFC Legend razwoods78

10:17am Thu 12 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

Like I said earlier this next four games give us chance to rack up a few points and could make things interesting going into the new year. Keep em focused GB, build on the QPR result and it could well pay dividends. Interesting to see if Gestede plays this weekend.
Like I said earlier this next four games give us chance to rack up a few points and could make things interesting going into the new year. Keep em focused GB, build on the QPR result and it could well pay dividends. Interesting to see if Gestede plays this weekend. Harwoodstblue

10:27am Thu 12 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Dear me, look at all those empty seats..

David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor.

A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.
Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role. we.love.u.venkys

11:01am Thu 12 Dec 13

jim 2012 says...

Blolburn Roflers wrote:
13 years and just 350 appearances?

Pathetic.

Looks like players have been leeching off Rovers cash cow for time eternal, never mind the last couple of years.
do you know the difference between 13 years and 13 seasons in football ?
as for the rest of you'r dingle ramble que no tiene sentido
[quote][p][bold]Blolburn Roflers[/bold] wrote: 13 years and just 350 appearances? Pathetic. Looks like players have been leeching off Rovers cash cow for time eternal, never mind the last couple of years.[/p][/quote]do you know the difference between 13 years and 13 seasons in football ? as for the rest of you'r dingle ramble que no tiene sentido jim 2012

11:03am Thu 12 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

When Bloburn Rolfers, WLUV or whatever else he likes to call himself makes a sensible post about football. I'll reply to him. Looks like he'll be waiting a very long time.
Meanwhile Dyche's already playing the game with Leicester down. Preparing the ground for another defeat no doubt so we won't be hearing from the above idiot for a while.
When Bloburn Rolfers, WLUV or whatever else he likes to call himself makes a sensible post about football. I'll reply to him. Looks like he'll be waiting a very long time. Meanwhile Dyche's already playing the game with Leicester down. Preparing the ground for another defeat no doubt so we won't be hearing from the above idiot for a while. Harwoodstblue

11:08am Thu 12 Dec 13

owd nick says...

Probably the worst, most dismal performance by a Rovers team I can remember in 44 years, so I definitely agree with Dunny.
Probably the worst, most dismal performance by a Rovers team I can remember in 44 years, so I definitely agree with Dunny. owd nick

11:19am Thu 12 Dec 13

jim 2012 says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Dear me, look at all those empty seats..

David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor.

A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.
players do not cherry pick games the manager at the time picks the team
as for blocking the development of other more committed players
well he did not block the development of phil jones and others while playing for rovers and as for who is going to jump ship i would keep an eye on danny ings if i were you, and leave dunny alone
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.[/p][/quote]players do not cherry pick games the manager at the time picks the team as for blocking the development of other more committed players well he did not block the development of phil jones and others while playing for rovers and as for who is going to jump ship i would keep an eye on danny ings if i were you, and leave dunny alone jim 2012

11:49am Thu 12 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

jim 2012 wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Dear me, look at all those empty seats..

David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor.

A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.
players do not cherry pick games the manager at the time picks the team
as for blocking the development of other more committed players
well he did not block the development of phil jones and others while playing for rovers and as for who is going to jump ship i would keep an eye on danny ings if i were you, and leave dunny alone
I think it's a nailed on certainty that Ings will leave next month. The pull of earning much more money at a bigger club will be too much for him (like Charlie).
Then reality will hit home for the dingles.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.[/p][/quote]players do not cherry pick games the manager at the time picks the team as for blocking the development of other more committed players well he did not block the development of phil jones and others while playing for rovers and as for who is going to jump ship i would keep an eye on danny ings if i were you, and leave dunny alone[/p][/quote]I think it's a nailed on certainty that Ings will leave next month. The pull of earning much more money at a bigger club will be too much for him (like Charlie). Then reality will hit home for the dingles. Harwoodstblue

12:00pm Thu 12 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Dear me, look at all those empty seats..

David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor.

A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.
I agree look at all those seats at Blackpool away. Staggeringly poor turn out by the home crowd, its like playing at Burnley where, if you are top of the league, you get 10500 gurning pot noodle worshippers doing it in their pants for a goal celebration
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.[/p][/quote]I agree look at all those seats at Blackpool away. Staggeringly poor turn out by the home crowd, its like playing at Burnley where, if you are top of the league, you get 10500 gurning pot noodle worshippers doing it in their pants for a goal celebration FakeVilla_MTCabinet

12:12pm Thu 12 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace.
Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre
Mega
This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace. Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre Mega FakeVilla_MTCabinet

12:36pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace.
Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre
Mega
Meet in the play offs?


ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

My that Methadone must be strong in the Shadsworth area today.

Brilliant, so you actually believe you are going to get into the top six? You deluded facecombing neanderthal.

Thanks for that, the funniest thing I have read since Blackburn's accounts from last year.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace. Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre Mega[/p][/quote]Meet in the play offs? ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. My that Methadone must be strong in the Shadsworth area today. Brilliant, so you actually believe you are going to get into the top six? You deluded facecombing neanderthal. Thanks for that, the funniest thing I have read since Blackburn's accounts from last year. Champagne plus charlie

12:53pm Thu 12 Dec 13

SteppBladder says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace.
Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre
Mega
I'm still not convinced that Burnleh will make the playoffs. I expect the fall to be quite dramatic.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace. Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre Mega[/p][/quote]I'm still not convinced that Burnleh will make the playoffs. I expect the fall to be quite dramatic. SteppBladder

12:56pm Thu 12 Dec 13

doctordavros says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Dear me, look at all those empty seats..

David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor.

A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.
players do not cherry pick games the manager at the time picks the team
as for blocking the development of other more committed players
well he did not block the development of phil jones and others while playing for rovers and as for who is going to jump ship i would keep an eye on danny ings if i were you, and leave dunny alone
I think it's a nailed on certainty that Ings will leave next month. The pull of earning much more money at a bigger club will be too much for him (like Charlie).
Then reality will hit home for the dingles.
Yes I believe Accy Stanley are after ings so he will be definitely be going to a bigger club
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.[/p][/quote]players do not cherry pick games the manager at the time picks the team as for blocking the development of other more committed players well he did not block the development of phil jones and others while playing for rovers and as for who is going to jump ship i would keep an eye on danny ings if i were you, and leave dunny alone[/p][/quote]I think it's a nailed on certainty that Ings will leave next month. The pull of earning much more money at a bigger club will be too much for him (like Charlie). Then reality will hit home for the dingles.[/p][/quote]Yes I believe Accy Stanley are after ings so he will be definitely be going to a bigger club doctordavros

12:58pm Thu 12 Dec 13

burnleyglentoran says...

Why do you never see Chris moyles and David dunce at the same time?

Look up.
Why do you never see Chris moyles and David dunce at the same time? Look up. burnleyglentoran

1:03pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site.

Just a quick quiz for you all:

Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division.

Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil.
Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site. Just a quick quiz for you all: Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division. Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil. Champagne plus charlie

1:18pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace.
Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre
Mega
Meet in the play offs?


ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

My that Methadone must be strong in the Shadsworth area today.

Brilliant, so you actually believe you are going to get into the top six? You deluded facecombing neanderthal.

Thanks for that, the funniest thing I have read since Blackburn's accounts from last year.
I disagree, nowhere near as funny as you lot thinking you are going to stay in the top six....without Ings
Now that is Comedy gold
All those empty wooden seats...at the Burnable
I keep telling you but you dont listen..you have been warned
It will all end in tears for you come May!
Do keep on gloating though, I am taking notes ready for the end of the season, just to remind you premature celebrators..
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace. Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre Mega[/p][/quote]Meet in the play offs? ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. My that Methadone must be strong in the Shadsworth area today. Brilliant, so you actually believe you are going to get into the top six? You deluded facecombing neanderthal. Thanks for that, the funniest thing I have read since Blackburn's accounts from last year.[/p][/quote]I disagree, nowhere near as funny as you lot thinking you are going to stay in the top six....without Ings Now that is Comedy gold All those empty wooden seats...at the Burnable I keep telling you but you dont listen..you have been warned It will all end in tears for you come May! Do keep on gloating though, I am taking notes ready for the end of the season, just to remind you premature celebrators.. Wild Rover

1:27pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site.

Just a quick quiz for you all:

Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division.

Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil.
Actually, you have just bettered your last howler, best team in the Division? Now that is a stretch. Lets see what Leicester have to say about that tomorrow
Btw I am at work, we do have lunch breaks in the civilised world
Ttfn
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site. Just a quick quiz for you all: Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division. Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil.[/p][/quote]Actually, you have just bettered your last howler, best team in the Division? Now that is a stretch. Lets see what Leicester have to say about that tomorrow Btw I am at work, we do have lunch breaks in the civilised world Ttfn Wild Rover

2:21pm Thu 12 Dec 13

rudis_dad says...

Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC
Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC rudis_dad

2:30pm Thu 12 Dec 13

We'll win the next one says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site. Just a quick quiz for you all: Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division. Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil.
This is a Blackburn post you Dingle Mong. What do you need the tin foil for, you gonna try weighting it in so you can buy some bubble you inbred bag rat.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site. Just a quick quiz for you all: Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division. Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil.[/p][/quote]This is a Blackburn post you Dingle Mong. What do you need the tin foil for, you gonna try weighting it in so you can buy some bubble you inbred bag rat. We'll win the next one

2:32pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Bazzer says...

owd nick wrote:
Probably the worst, most dismal performance by a Rovers team I can remember in 44 years, so I definitely agree with Dunny.
So you were not at Gay Meadow for the 1-7?
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Probably the worst, most dismal performance by a Rovers team I can remember in 44 years, so I definitely agree with Dunny.[/p][/quote]So you were not at Gay Meadow for the 1-7? Bazzer

2:59pm Thu 12 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace.
Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre
Mega
Meet in the play offs?


ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

My that Methadone must be strong in the Shadsworth area today.

Brilliant, so you actually believe you are going to get into the top six? You deluded facecombing neanderthal.

Thanks for that, the funniest thing I have read since Blackburn's accounts from last year.
I disagree, nowhere near as funny as you lot thinking you are going to stay in the top six....without Ings
Now that is Comedy gold
All those empty wooden seats...at the Burnable
I keep telling you but you dont listen..you have been warned
It will all end in tears for you come May!
Do keep on gloating though, I am taking notes ready for the end of the season, just to remind you premature celebrators..
The only thing premature was the Burnley taxi driver who gave your mam a special ride home around 9 months before you arrived on the scene.

Just to remind you.... Burnley FC... top of the league!
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace. Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre Mega[/p][/quote]Meet in the play offs? ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. My that Methadone must be strong in the Shadsworth area today. Brilliant, so you actually believe you are going to get into the top six? You deluded facecombing neanderthal. Thanks for that, the funniest thing I have read since Blackburn's accounts from last year.[/p][/quote]I disagree, nowhere near as funny as you lot thinking you are going to stay in the top six....without Ings Now that is Comedy gold All those empty wooden seats...at the Burnable I keep telling you but you dont listen..you have been warned It will all end in tears for you come May! Do keep on gloating though, I am taking notes ready for the end of the season, just to remind you premature celebrators..[/p][/quote]The only thing premature was the Burnley taxi driver who gave your mam a special ride home around 9 months before you arrived on the scene. Just to remind you.... Burnley FC... top of the league! we.love.u.venkys

3:02pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site.

Just a quick quiz for you all:

Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division.

Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil.
Actually, you have just bettered your last howler, best team in the Division? Now that is a stretch. Lets see what Leicester have to say about that tomorrow
Btw I am at work, we do have lunch breaks in the civilised world
Ttfn
Look at the table you retard, the best team is generally the one at the top - ie BURNLEY.

Oh and by the way, today is Thursday, tomorrow there is no game - I appreciate it is difficult when you are a jobless, doledossing scruffmonkey, and every day blends into one, long workshy period, but please try and keep up if you possibly can, there's a good fella.

TTFN
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site. Just a quick quiz for you all: Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division. Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil.[/p][/quote]Actually, you have just bettered your last howler, best team in the Division? Now that is a stretch. Lets see what Leicester have to say about that tomorrow Btw I am at work, we do have lunch breaks in the civilised world Ttfn[/p][/quote]Look at the table you retard, the best team is generally the one at the top - ie BURNLEY. Oh and by the way, today is Thursday, tomorrow there is no game - I appreciate it is difficult when you are a jobless, doledossing scruffmonkey, and every day blends into one, long workshy period, but please try and keep up if you possibly can, there's a good fella. TTFN Champagne plus charlie

4:25pm Thu 12 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site.

Just a quick quiz for you all:

Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division.

Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil.
Actually, you have just bettered your last howler, best team in the Division? Now that is a stretch. Lets see what Leicester have to say about that tomorrow
Btw I am at work, we do have lunch breaks in the civilised world
Ttfn
Look at the table you retard, the best team is generally the one at the top - ie BURNLEY.

Oh and by the way, today is Thursday, tomorrow there is no game - I appreciate it is difficult when you are a jobless, doledossing scruffmonkey, and every day blends into one, long workshy period, but please try and keep up if you possibly can, there's a good fella.

TTFN
Will you be saying that on Saturday, when Leicester are top?
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site. Just a quick quiz for you all: Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division. Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil.[/p][/quote]Actually, you have just bettered your last howler, best team in the Division? Now that is a stretch. Lets see what Leicester have to say about that tomorrow Btw I am at work, we do have lunch breaks in the civilised world Ttfn[/p][/quote]Look at the table you retard, the best team is generally the one at the top - ie BURNLEY. Oh and by the way, today is Thursday, tomorrow there is no game - I appreciate it is difficult when you are a jobless, doledossing scruffmonkey, and every day blends into one, long workshy period, but please try and keep up if you possibly can, there's a good fella. TTFN[/p][/quote]Will you be saying that on Saturday, when Leicester are top? A Darener

4:52pm Thu 12 Dec 13

leonm987 says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.
I agree look at all those seats at Blackpool away. Staggeringly poor turn out by the home crowd, its like playing at Burnley where, if you are top of the league, you get 10500 gurning pot noodle worshippers doing it in their pants for a goal celebration
I'm sure that was at home to Blackpool last season?
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.[/p][/quote]I agree look at all those seats at Blackpool away. Staggeringly poor turn out by the home crowd, its like playing at Burnley where, if you are top of the league, you get 10500 gurning pot noodle worshippers doing it in their pants for a goal celebration[/p][/quote]I'm sure that was at home to Blackpool last season? leonm987

4:55pm Thu 12 Dec 13

leonm987 says...

leonm987 wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.
I agree look at all those seats at Blackpool away. Staggeringly poor turn out by the home crowd, its like playing at Burnley where, if you are top of the league, you get 10500 gurning pot noodle worshippers doing it in their pants for a goal celebration
I'm sure that was at home to Blackpool last season?
You should come to some games Fake Villa, you will know what our shirt sponser is then.
[quote][p][bold]leonm987[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.[/p][/quote]I agree look at all those seats at Blackpool away. Staggeringly poor turn out by the home crowd, its like playing at Burnley where, if you are top of the league, you get 10500 gurning pot noodle worshippers doing it in their pants for a goal celebration[/p][/quote]I'm sure that was at home to Blackpool last season?[/p][/quote]You should come to some games Fake Villa, you will know what our shirt sponser is then. leonm987

5:02pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Stone Island: says...

rudis_dad wrote:
Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC
How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then?
[quote][p][bold]rudis_dad[/bold] wrote: Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC[/p][/quote]How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then? Stone Island:

5:52pm Thu 12 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Dear me, look at all those empty seats..

David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor.

A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.
I agree look at all those seats at Blackpool away. Staggeringly poor turn out by the home crowd, its like playing at Burnley where, if you are top of the league, you get 10500 gurning pot noodle worshippers doing it in their pants for a goal celebration
Excellent :-)
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.[/p][/quote]I agree look at all those seats at Blackpool away. Staggeringly poor turn out by the home crowd, its like playing at Burnley where, if you are top of the league, you get 10500 gurning pot noodle worshippers doing it in their pants for a goal celebration[/p][/quote]Excellent :-) BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

5:57pm Thu 12 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

rudis_dad wrote:
Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC
I think you'll find his name is KEVIN Ball; you stupid, irrelevant speck of cats vomit.

Mr Mug has imaginary friends and i always thought B*rnley were the only football club in the world to have imaginary fans.... now they have imaginary players too.

B*rnley, the football club of special needs.
[quote][p][bold]rudis_dad[/bold] wrote: Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC[/p][/quote]I think you'll find his name is KEVIN Ball; you stupid, irrelevant speck of cats vomit. Mr Mug has imaginary friends and i always thought B*rnley were the only football club in the world to have imaginary fans.... now they have imaginary players too. B*rnley, the football club of special needs. BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

6:00pm Thu 12 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace.
Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre
Mega
Gotta admit that whilst drinking morning black coffee out of my Che Guevara mug that i ended up spraying it all over the PC monitor when i read that.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace. Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre Mega[/p][/quote]Gotta admit that whilst drinking morning black coffee out of my Che Guevara mug that i ended up spraying it all over the PC monitor when i read that. BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

6:02pm Thu 12 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

Stone Island: wrote:
rudis_dad wrote:
Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC
How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then?
When B*rnley won the World Cup and became the biggest and best supported club in the galaxy with the most well hard fans in the universe back in '66.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudis_dad[/bold] wrote: Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC[/p][/quote]How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then?[/p][/quote]When B*rnley won the World Cup and became the biggest and best supported club in the galaxy with the most well hard fans in the universe back in '66. BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

6:20pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Stone Island: says...

BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp
ions
wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
rudis_dad wrote:
Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC
How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then?
When B*rnley won the World Cup and became the biggest and best supported club in the galaxy with the most well hard fans in the universe back in '66.
Just how many numpties does this club have as supporters?
[quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudis_dad[/bold] wrote: Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC[/p][/quote]How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then?[/p][/quote]When B*rnley won the World Cup and became the biggest and best supported club in the galaxy with the most well hard fans in the universe back in '66.[/p][/quote]Just how many numpties does this club have as supporters? Stone Island:

7:22pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site.

Just a quick quiz for you all:

Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division.

Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil.
Actually, you have just bettered your last howler, best team in the Division? Now that is a stretch. Lets see what Leicester have to say about that tomorrow
Btw I am at work, we do have lunch breaks in the civilised world
Ttfn
Look at the table you retard, the best team is generally the one at the top - ie BURNLEY.

Oh and by the way, today is Thursday, tomorrow there is no game - I appreciate it is difficult when you are a jobless, doledossing scruffmonkey, and every day blends into one, long workshy period, but please try and keep up if you possibly can, there's a good fella.

TTFN
Fair point re day of the week Bubbles, it is just that I only do 4 days now and my weekend starts on a Thursday
But I still earn more than you do in month on my four days
Retard yourself
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Look at all the jobless Blackburn scrubbers infesting this site. Just a quick quiz for you all: Which club beginning with a B is top of the Championship table and is the best team in the entire division. Answers on the back of some of your burnt tinfoil.[/p][/quote]Actually, you have just bettered your last howler, best team in the Division? Now that is a stretch. Lets see what Leicester have to say about that tomorrow Btw I am at work, we do have lunch breaks in the civilised world Ttfn[/p][/quote]Look at the table you retard, the best team is generally the one at the top - ie BURNLEY. Oh and by the way, today is Thursday, tomorrow there is no game - I appreciate it is difficult when you are a jobless, doledossing scruffmonkey, and every day blends into one, long workshy period, but please try and keep up if you possibly can, there's a good fella. TTFN[/p][/quote]Fair point re day of the week Bubbles, it is just that I only do 4 days now and my weekend starts on a Thursday But I still earn more than you do in month on my four days Retard yourself Wild Rover

7:52pm Thu 12 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

Stone Island: wrote:
BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp

ions
wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
rudis_dad wrote:
Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC
How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then?
When B*rnley won the World Cup and became the biggest and best supported club in the galaxy with the most well hard fans in the universe back in '66.
Just how many numpties does this club have as supporters?
Depends if you're counting their imaginary fans as well. If that is the case...they have an infinite number of fans because they are the biggest club in the world, galaxy, universe and across several alternate dimensions.

How do we know this?

Well - before the internet and before we could check the facts on various internet databases in order to disprove their hollow bankrupt boastfulness - they just kept telling us... over and over and over again.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudis_dad[/bold] wrote: Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC[/p][/quote]How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then?[/p][/quote]When B*rnley won the World Cup and became the biggest and best supported club in the galaxy with the most well hard fans in the universe back in '66.[/p][/quote]Just how many numpties does this club have as supporters?[/p][/quote]Depends if you're counting their imaginary fans as well. If that is the case...they have an infinite number of fans because they are the biggest club in the world, galaxy, universe and across several alternate dimensions. How do we know this? Well - before the internet and before we could check the facts on various internet databases in order to disprove their hollow bankrupt boastfulness - they just kept telling us... over and over and over again. BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

8:10pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

Oh and best team in the Division is only decided after the last game and they get a trophy for it , a real one, tinfoil and cardboard dont count
In between form is the guide so it can be a bit fluid, you know like where a team is top due to earlier good for but have only won once in the last 6 and seen there lead eroded by the teams that were behind
Now could you follow all that Mr Troll Dingle
Or to put it your way, your'e gonna get spanked by Leicester on Saturday, there , are you happy now?
Oh and best team in the Division is only decided after the last game and they get a trophy for it , a real one, tinfoil and cardboard dont count In between form is the guide so it can be a bit fluid, you know like where a team is top due to earlier good for but have only won once in the last 6 and seen there lead eroded by the teams that were behind Now could you follow all that Mr Troll Dingle Or to put it your way, your'e gonna get spanked by Leicester on Saturday, there , are you happy now? Wild Rover

8:18pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Stone Island: says...

BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp
ions
wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp


ions
wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
rudis_dad wrote:
Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC
How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then?
When B*rnley won the World Cup and became the biggest and best supported club in the galaxy with the most well hard fans in the universe back in '66.
Just how many numpties does this club have as supporters?
Depends if you're counting their imaginary fans as well. If that is the case...they have an infinite number of fans because they are the biggest club in the world, galaxy, universe and across several alternate dimensions.

How do we know this?

Well - before the internet and before we could check the facts on various internet databases in order to disprove their hollow bankrupt boastfulness - they just kept telling us... over and over and over again.
I've heard they're taking 21,500 to Leicester, on Saturday.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudis_dad[/bold] wrote: Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC[/p][/quote]How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then?[/p][/quote]When B*rnley won the World Cup and became the biggest and best supported club in the galaxy with the most well hard fans in the universe back in '66.[/p][/quote]Just how many numpties does this club have as supporters?[/p][/quote]Depends if you're counting their imaginary fans as well. If that is the case...they have an infinite number of fans because they are the biggest club in the world, galaxy, universe and across several alternate dimensions. How do we know this? Well - before the internet and before we could check the facts on various internet databases in order to disprove their hollow bankrupt boastfulness - they just kept telling us... over and over and over again.[/p][/quote]I've heard they're taking 21,500 to Leicester, on Saturday. Stone Island:

8:30pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Rrjm2005 says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Dear me, look at all those empty seats..

David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor.

A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.
A player who jumped ship after the first relegation?!?! Is that the same David Dunn who scored 18 goals alongside Jansen and Duff who got promoted from the championship under Graeme Souness, the same season in which you got an absolute battering at Ewood on April fools day?.

Get your facts right you 6 fingered halfwit.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.[/p][/quote]A player who jumped ship after the first relegation?!?! Is that the same David Dunn who scored 18 goals alongside Jansen and Duff who got promoted from the championship under Graeme Souness, the same season in which you got an absolute battering at Ewood on April fools day?. Get your facts right you 6 fingered halfwit. Rrjm2005

8:52pm Thu 12 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

Stone Island: wrote:
BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp

ions
wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp



ions
wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
rudis_dad wrote:
Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC
How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then?
When B*rnley won the World Cup and became the biggest and best supported club in the galaxy with the most well hard fans in the universe back in '66.
Just how many numpties does this club have as supporters?
Depends if you're counting their imaginary fans as well. If that is the case...they have an infinite number of fans because they are the biggest club in the world, galaxy, universe and across several alternate dimensions.

How do we know this?

Well - before the internet and before we could check the facts on various internet databases in order to disprove their hollow bankrupt boastfulness - they just kept telling us... over and over and over again.
I've heard they're taking 21,500 to Leicester, on Saturday.
I heard they were taking that many to Brazil for the World Cup where they're confident they can pull of a shock and win it.

I don't believe it myself, but they do.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudis_dad[/bold] wrote: Dunny's never been the same since Alan Ball smashed him at the Turf! #UTC[/p][/quote]How long did Alan Ball play for B'stard Burnley for then?[/p][/quote]When B*rnley won the World Cup and became the biggest and best supported club in the galaxy with the most well hard fans in the universe back in '66.[/p][/quote]Just how many numpties does this club have as supporters?[/p][/quote]Depends if you're counting their imaginary fans as well. If that is the case...they have an infinite number of fans because they are the biggest club in the world, galaxy, universe and across several alternate dimensions. How do we know this? Well - before the internet and before we could check the facts on various internet databases in order to disprove their hollow bankrupt boastfulness - they just kept telling us... over and over and over again.[/p][/quote]I've heard they're taking 21,500 to Leicester, on Saturday.[/p][/quote]I heard they were taking that many to Brazil for the World Cup where they're confident they can pull of a shock and win it. I don't believe it myself, but they do. BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

8:58pm Thu 12 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

Rrjm2005 wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Dear me, look at all those empty seats..

David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor.

A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.
A player who jumped ship after the first relegation?!?! Is that the same David Dunn who scored 18 goals alongside Jansen and Duff who got promoted from the championship under Graeme Souness, the same season in which you got an absolute battering at Ewood on April fools day?.

Get your facts right you 6 fingered halfwit.
They rewrite history.
[quote][p][bold]Rrjm2005[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Dear me, look at all those empty seats.. David "Kebab Slayer" Dunn is every bit the epitome of all that is wrong with today's game. A player happy to spend 75% of the season led on the treatment table while laying claim to hero status from the deluded masses. Able to cherry pick his games, blocking the development of other more committed players, and sitting out those he doesn't quite fancy, i.e. trips to Turf Moor. A comical situation if ever there was one, Dunn has leached millions out of penniless Blackburn Rovers coffers over a period of 13 seasons during which time he has, on average, appeared in less than half of the games played each season, and who for the last few seasons has only bothered to put in a run of games when his contract renewal depended on it. A player who jumped ship following the first relegation and who would have gladly been off again if any other club were to offer him the same salary. A shameful example to younger players, you can expect David to hang around for a highly paid League One coaching role.[/p][/quote]A player who jumped ship after the first relegation?!?! Is that the same David Dunn who scored 18 goals alongside Jansen and Duff who got promoted from the championship under Graeme Souness, the same season in which you got an absolute battering at Ewood on April fools day?. Get your facts right you 6 fingered halfwit.[/p][/quote]They rewrite history. BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

9:02pm Thu 12 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

Anal retentive
Anal retentive RobH2O

9:11am Fri 13 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace.
Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre
Mega
We took 37,880 to Wembley in 2009. You're play-off triumph saw you fail to sell all your tickets........
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace. Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre Mega[/p][/quote]We took 37,880 to Wembley in 2009. You're play-off triumph saw you fail to sell all your tickets........ RobH2O

12:29pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Bfc88pc says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace.
Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre
Mega
Hahahahaa, Keep dreaming. You're not making the Play Offs.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace. Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre Mega[/p][/quote]Hahahahaa, Keep dreaming. You're not making the Play Offs. Bfc88pc

12:37pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Bfc88pc says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace.
Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre
Mega
Hahahahahahahahahaha
hahahahahahahahahaha
ha!!

Oh you Rovers fans do make me laugh. You doughnut, when are you going to wake up? Your team just isn't good enough. You won't be making the Play-offs.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: This is our opportunity to climb the league a bit, as Burnley go the other way. I suspect we may meet in the playoffs, wouldn't that be ace. Imagine the trip to wembley and sending 10500 gurning pot noodle drinkers back home to smash up their own town centre Mega[/p][/quote]Hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahahahaha ha!! Oh you Rovers fans do make me laugh. You doughnut, when are you going to wake up? Your team just isn't good enough. You won't be making the Play-offs. Bfc88pc

10:38pm Fri 13 Dec 13

flowersorseaman? says...

Blolburn Roflers wrote:
13 years and just 350 appearances?

Pathetic.

Looks like players have been leeching off Rovers cash cow for time eternal, never mind the last couple of years.
First in again!

Donkey raping sh1t eater! You deserve all the gut wrenching disappointment that's coming your way.
[quote][p][bold]Blolburn Roflers[/bold] wrote: 13 years and just 350 appearances? Pathetic. Looks like players have been leeching off Rovers cash cow for time eternal, never mind the last couple of years.[/p][/quote]First in again! Donkey raping sh1t eater! You deserve all the gut wrenching disappointment that's coming your way. flowersorseaman?

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