Lowe wants Rovers to end year well after ‘ugly’ win

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JASON Lowe is urging Blackburn Rovers to finish the year on a high after proving they can grind out the ‘ugly’ wins he believes will be crucial to their promotion prospects.

The midfielder joined his manager Gary Bowyer in admitting that Rovers were far from at their best in the hard-fought 3-2 home victory over Millwall.

But Lowe will accept more performances like the one the produced at Ewood Park on Saturday if it means they continue to make up ground on the top six.

Rovers are now just six points behind the play-off places going into their final three games of 2013.

All three are against teams currently below Bowyer’s 11th-placed side – starting with this weekend’s trip to Yeovil Town and ending with home clashes against Sheffield Wednesday and Birmingham City.

And Lowe said: “It’s massive for us the next three games.

“It would be nice to go into the other side of the New Year with a bit of momentum rather than chasing toward the end of the season.”

Partly due to the atrocious conditions on Saturday Rovers were unable to match the high standards they had set one week earlier when drawing 0-0 at new leaders QPR.

But goals from Jordan Rhodes, Ben Marshall and David Dunn ensured they recorded their sixth home win of the season.

Lowe said: “We showed a lot of character, dug in at the end, and that’s what you’ve got to do in the Championship.

“When there’s one goal in it you’re never sure whether you’re going to get the win so when the third goal went in I thought we were home and dry.

“But they came back at us again.

“But we had the character and desire to keep them out at the end.

“It’s nice to know that we can play a lot better yet still come away with the three points.

“It was a great point at QPR and this was a good win. Yes it was not a classic, far from it.

“But we did the dirty side and the ugly side well and that makes it a good three points.”

Bowyer agreed with Lowe’s assessment.

He said: “We’ve played a lot better and lost so we’re happy with the character and resilience we showed against a tough Millwall team.

“I just didn’t think we passed the ball well enough by our standards.

“The conditions weren’t great although you have to give credit to the opposition.

“But I was pleased as we stuck at it and showed some fighting spirit again.”

Lee Williamson missed the match after injuring his foot against QPR.

But Bowyer is confident the midfielder will be fit to face Yeovil this Saturday.

Bowyer also confirmed that Josh King had come off with a dead leg and that Leon Best was absent after hurting his groin in training on Friday.

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12:13pm Mon 16 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC? we.love.u.venkys

12:22pm Mon 16 Dec 13

A Rover 45 years and over says...

Wish you players would stop spouting off everytime you get a result. we just want you to concentrate on winning games and less of the wind and gas that keeps coming out of your mouths.
Wish you players would stop spouting off everytime you get a result. we just want you to concentrate on winning games and less of the wind and gas that keeps coming out of your mouths. A Rover 45 years and over

12:23pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Bazzer says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion. Bazzer

12:51pm Mon 16 Dec 13

juanbbien says...

Best hurt his groin in training on Friday,what a bloody waste of space talk about money for old rope a total waste of time
Best hurt his groin in training on Friday,what a bloody waste of space talk about money for old rope a total waste of time juanbbien

1:11pm Mon 16 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo. we.love.u.venkys

1:14pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

Good three points whilst not at our best can't be sniffed at. Three wins and two draws from our last seven games can't be bad, unlike our friends down the road with one win in seven and the pack closing and overtaking.
Good three points whilst not at our best can't be sniffed at. Three wins and two draws from our last seven games can't be bad, unlike our friends down the road with one win in seven and the pack closing and overtaking. Harwoodstblue

1:31pm Mon 16 Dec 13

'premier champions' neverinmylifetime says...

Unfortunately, while Jason Lowe is the centre of our midfield we have no chance of promotion. We are too weak in this area and this is why teams often dictate pay against us at home and we are constantly under pressure away from Ewood Park. Although you cannot fault his effort he does not contribute anything at all. He cannot pick a pass; does not tackle; cannot dribble or run with the ball, has very little technical skill and does not score goals. He does not accept any responsibility and constantly plays a backward pass, often from where the ball has come from in the first place, putting that player under pressure. Until we have a dominant and experienced player in this position the midfield will be our Achilles heel and we will not be good enough to mount a serious promotion challenge.
Unfortunately, while Jason Lowe is the centre of our midfield we have no chance of promotion. We are too weak in this area and this is why teams often dictate pay against us at home and we are constantly under pressure away from Ewood Park. Although you cannot fault his effort he does not contribute anything at all. He cannot pick a pass; does not tackle; cannot dribble or run with the ball, has very little technical skill and does not score goals. He does not accept any responsibility and constantly plays a backward pass, often from where the ball has come from in the first place, putting that player under pressure. Until we have a dominant and experienced player in this position the midfield will be our Achilles heel and we will not be good enough to mount a serious promotion challenge. 'premier champions' neverinmylifetime

1:37pm Mon 16 Dec 13

French Rover says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
mind that gap - its closing quickly now.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.[/p][/quote]mind that gap - its closing quickly now. French Rover

2:09pm Mon 16 Dec 13

ChrisDeBerg says...

A Rover 45 years and over wrote:
Wish you players would stop spouting off everytime you get a result. we just want you to concentrate on winning games and less of the wind and gas that keeps coming out of your mouths.
Hardly 'spouting off', he has been interviewed by the press and gave responses to questions answered, quite humble and honest ones too... When a player and manager thought the team played cr@p, they said just that. They have said they know it was an ugly win but still happy that we have got the win... Plus, you say concentrating on winning games, in our last 8 games we have seen 3 wins, 3 draws and 2 losses (both away from home), not exactly the form we have had under our previous 3 or 4 managers... Give them a rest!
[quote][p][bold]A Rover 45 years and over[/bold] wrote: Wish you players would stop spouting off everytime you get a result. we just want you to concentrate on winning games and less of the wind and gas that keeps coming out of your mouths.[/p][/quote]Hardly 'spouting off', he has been interviewed by the press and gave responses to questions answered, quite humble and honest ones too... When a player and manager thought the team played cr@p, they said just that. They have said they know it was an ugly win but still happy that we have got the win... Plus, you say concentrating on winning games, in our last 8 games we have seen 3 wins, 3 draws and 2 losses (both away from home), not exactly the form we have had under our previous 3 or 4 managers... Give them a rest! ChrisDeBerg

2:27pm Mon 16 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

French Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
mind that gap - its closing quickly now.
Closing quickly?

Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games?

Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by..

Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior.

Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days!
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.[/p][/quote]mind that gap - its closing quickly now.[/p][/quote]Closing quickly? Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games? Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by.. Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior. Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days! we.love.u.venkys

2:39pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Whydidtheybanme? says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
First to comment as ever Mark on a Rovers story / forum - you can get treatment for OCD you know. I'm no expert, but I'd guess it's something to do with "Little man Syndrome" and the feeling of inferiority for most of your sad little life.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]First to comment as ever Mark on a Rovers story / forum - you can get treatment for OCD you know. I'm no expert, but I'd guess it's something to do with "Little man Syndrome" and the feeling of inferiority for most of your sad little life. Whydidtheybanme?

3:04pm Mon 16 Dec 13

A Rover 45 years and over says...

ChrisDeBerg wrote:
A Rover 45 years and over wrote: Wish you players would stop spouting off everytime you get a result. we just want you to concentrate on winning games and less of the wind and gas that keeps coming out of your mouths.
Hardly 'spouting off', he has been interviewed by the press and gave responses to questions answered, quite humble and honest ones too... When a player and manager thought the team played cr@p, they said just that. They have said they know it was an ugly win but still happy that we have got the win... Plus, you say concentrating on winning games, in our last 8 games we have seen 3 wins, 3 draws and 2 losses (both away from home), not exactly the form we have had under our previous 3 or 4 managers... Give them a rest!
Just my opinion mate, the players have done too much blabbing off this campaign for me and it has got us now where. Better to keep stump and get on with it in my view and let the football do the talking.
[quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Rover 45 years and over[/bold] wrote: Wish you players would stop spouting off everytime you get a result. we just want you to concentrate on winning games and less of the wind and gas that keeps coming out of your mouths.[/p][/quote]Hardly 'spouting off', he has been interviewed by the press and gave responses to questions answered, quite humble and honest ones too... When a player and manager thought the team played cr@p, they said just that. They have said they know it was an ugly win but still happy that we have got the win... Plus, you say concentrating on winning games, in our last 8 games we have seen 3 wins, 3 draws and 2 losses (both away from home), not exactly the form we have had under our previous 3 or 4 managers... Give them a rest![/p][/quote]Just my opinion mate, the players have done too much blabbing off this campaign for me and it has got us now where. Better to keep stump and get on with it in my view and let the football do the talking. A Rover 45 years and over

3:12pm Mon 16 Dec 13

SteppBladder says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
French Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
mind that gap - its closing quickly now.
Closing quickly?

Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games?

Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by..

Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior.

Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days!
Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off.

Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white!
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.[/p][/quote]mind that gap - its closing quickly now.[/p][/quote]Closing quickly? Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games? Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by.. Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior. Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days![/p][/quote]Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off. Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white! SteppBladder

4:10pm Mon 16 Dec 13

jim 2012 says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
what are you on we got three points the weather was el tiempo era malo
but we still won we are six points off the play off places with three winnable games to come we are ten points off the relegation zone
not exactly relegation form
as for all your other utterances well all i will say is no comment
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]what are you on we got three points the weather was el tiempo era malo but we still won we are six points off the play off places with three winnable games to come we are ten points off the relegation zone not exactly relegation form as for all your other utterances well all i will say is no comment jim 2012

4:29pm Mon 16 Dec 13

greenscreener says...

'premier champions' neverinmylifetime wrote:
Unfortunately, while Jason Lowe is the centre of our midfield we have no chance of promotion. We are too weak in this area and this is why teams often dictate pay against us at home and we are constantly under pressure away from Ewood Park. Although you cannot fault his effort he does not contribute anything at all. He cannot pick a pass; does not tackle; cannot dribble or run with the ball, has very little technical skill and does not score goals. He does not accept any responsibility and constantly plays a backward pass, often from where the ball has come from in the first place, putting that player under pressure. Until we have a dominant and experienced player in this position the midfield will be our Achilles heel and we will not be good enough to mount a serious promotion challenge.
Your username would imply you are still at school, so I presume you are the slow kid at the back of the class. The more intelligent posters on here stopped writing that kind of nonsense some time ago, JL has been picking up Man of the Match awards and scored a winning goal this season.
[quote][p][bold]'premier champions' neverinmylifetime[/bold] wrote: Unfortunately, while Jason Lowe is the centre of our midfield we have no chance of promotion. We are too weak in this area and this is why teams often dictate pay against us at home and we are constantly under pressure away from Ewood Park. Although you cannot fault his effort he does not contribute anything at all. He cannot pick a pass; does not tackle; cannot dribble or run with the ball, has very little technical skill and does not score goals. He does not accept any responsibility and constantly plays a backward pass, often from where the ball has come from in the first place, putting that player under pressure. Until we have a dominant and experienced player in this position the midfield will be our Achilles heel and we will not be good enough to mount a serious promotion challenge.[/p][/quote]Your username would imply you are still at school, so I presume you are the slow kid at the back of the class. The more intelligent posters on here stopped writing that kind of nonsense some time ago, JL has been picking up Man of the Match awards and scored a winning goal this season. greenscreener

5:03pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

Why does WLUV persist with his loony observations
Note the bizarre comment above re the gap is widening..No it isnt,we closed the gap by two points on Saturday you half wit
In the last 5 games Burnley have had 6 points, Rovers have won 2 drawn 1 lost one picking up 7 points.
Our form is improving yours is in decline. Your league position counts for nowt until May
Now which bit do you not understand?
Why does WLUV persist with his loony observations Note the bizarre comment above re the gap is widening..No it isnt,we closed the gap by two points on Saturday you half wit In the last 5 games Burnley have had 6 points, Rovers have won 2 drawn 1 lost one picking up 7 points. Our form is improving yours is in decline. Your league position counts for nowt until May Now which bit do you not understand? Wild Rover

5:26pm Mon 16 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

SteppBladder wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
French Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
mind that gap - its closing quickly now.
Closing quickly?

Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games?

Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by..

Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior.

Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days!
Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off.

Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white!
What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday.

So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention?

Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second

Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th.

You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e.
[quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.[/p][/quote]mind that gap - its closing quickly now.[/p][/quote]Closing quickly? Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games? Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by.. Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior. Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days![/p][/quote]Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off. Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white![/p][/quote]What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday. So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention? Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th. You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e. we.love.u.venkys

5:40pm Mon 16 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Why does WLUV persist with his loony observations
Note the bizarre comment above re the gap is widening..No it isnt,we closed the gap by two points on Saturday you half wit
In the last 5 games Burnley have had 6 points, Rovers have won 2 drawn 1 lost one picking up 7 points.
Our form is improving yours is in decline. Your league position counts for nowt until May
Now which bit do you not understand?
Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th place and Burnley have dropped from 1st to 2nd place, during which time they have extended the gap to Blackburn from 8 points to 13 points.

That means we have widened the gap by 5 points over the last 10 games.

So who is in decline?

If the fact that you scraped a win at home against poor opposition and we ground out a hard fought draw away at one of the best teams outside the Premier League (who have already beaten you) thereby closing the gap to us by 2 points gives you such a stonker then we're all in trouble!

Now which bit don't you understand?

You morons are painful sometimes but I try my best to educate you.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Why does WLUV persist with his loony observations Note the bizarre comment above re the gap is widening..No it isnt,we closed the gap by two points on Saturday you half wit In the last 5 games Burnley have had 6 points, Rovers have won 2 drawn 1 lost one picking up 7 points. Our form is improving yours is in decline. Your league position counts for nowt until May Now which bit do you not understand?[/p][/quote]Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th place and Burnley have dropped from 1st to 2nd place, during which time they have extended the gap to Blackburn from 8 points to 13 points. That means we have widened the gap by 5 points over the last 10 games. So who is in decline? If the fact that you scraped a win at home against poor opposition and we ground out a hard fought draw away at one of the best teams outside the Premier League (who have already beaten you) thereby closing the gap to us by 2 points gives you such a stonker then we're all in trouble! Now which bit don't you understand? You morons are painful sometimes but I try my best to educate you. we.love.u.venkys

6:15pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Why does WLUV persist with his loony observations
Note the bizarre comment above re the gap is widening..No it isnt,we closed the gap by two points on Saturday you half wit
In the last 5 games Burnley have had 6 points, Rovers have won 2 drawn 1 lost one picking up 7 points.
Our form is improving yours is in decline. Your league position counts for nowt until May
Now which bit do you not understand?
Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th place and Burnley have dropped from 1st to 2nd place, during which time they have extended the gap to Blackburn from 8 points to 13 points.

That means we have widened the gap by 5 points over the last 10 games.

So who is in decline?

If the fact that you scraped a win at home against poor opposition and we ground out a hard fought draw away at one of the best teams outside the Premier League (who have already beaten you) thereby closing the gap to us by 2 points gives you such a stonker then we're all in trouble!

Now which bit don't you understand?

You morons are painful sometimes but I try my best to educate you.
As I said truly bizarre. WluV land down is up up is sideways.
Well Ok, we will just have to wait until time and reality prove him wrong
But then he will disappear like a bad smell in strong wind
WluV , Burnleys answer to Walter Mitty
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Why does WLUV persist with his loony observations Note the bizarre comment above re the gap is widening..No it isnt,we closed the gap by two points on Saturday you half wit In the last 5 games Burnley have had 6 points, Rovers have won 2 drawn 1 lost one picking up 7 points. Our form is improving yours is in decline. Your league position counts for nowt until May Now which bit do you not understand?[/p][/quote]Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th place and Burnley have dropped from 1st to 2nd place, during which time they have extended the gap to Blackburn from 8 points to 13 points. That means we have widened the gap by 5 points over the last 10 games. So who is in decline? If the fact that you scraped a win at home against poor opposition and we ground out a hard fought draw away at one of the best teams outside the Premier League (who have already beaten you) thereby closing the gap to us by 2 points gives you such a stonker then we're all in trouble! Now which bit don't you understand? You morons are painful sometimes but I try my best to educate you.[/p][/quote]As I said truly bizarre. WluV land down is up up is sideways. Well Ok, we will just have to wait until time and reality prove him wrong But then he will disappear like a bad smell in strong wind WluV , Burnleys answer to Walter Mitty Wild Rover

6:16pm Mon 16 Dec 13

owd nick says...

A Rover 45 years and over wrote:
Wish you players would stop spouting off everytime you get a result. we just want you to concentrate on winning games and less of the wind and gas that keeps coming out of your mouths.
And if they don't say anything you will be complaining that no-one ever tells you anything. lol.
[quote][p][bold]A Rover 45 years and over[/bold] wrote: Wish you players would stop spouting off everytime you get a result. we just want you to concentrate on winning games and less of the wind and gas that keeps coming out of your mouths.[/p][/quote]And if they don't say anything you will be complaining that no-one ever tells you anything. lol. owd nick

6:20pm Mon 16 Dec 13

owd nick says...

'premier champions' neverinmylifetime wrote:
Unfortunately, while Jason Lowe is the centre of our midfield we have no chance of promotion. We are too weak in this area and this is why teams often dictate pay against us at home and we are constantly under pressure away from Ewood Park. Although you cannot fault his effort he does not contribute anything at all. He cannot pick a pass; does not tackle; cannot dribble or run with the ball, has very little technical skill and does not score goals. He does not accept any responsibility and constantly plays a backward pass, often from where the ball has come from in the first place, putting that player under pressure. Until we have a dominant and experienced player in this position the midfield will be our Achilles heel and we will not be good enough to mount a serious promotion challenge.
Always look on the bright side of life...di dum, di dum, di dum di dum.

Jesus, with supporters like you we should all seriously consider committing suicide.
[quote][p][bold]'premier champions' neverinmylifetime[/bold] wrote: Unfortunately, while Jason Lowe is the centre of our midfield we have no chance of promotion. We are too weak in this area and this is why teams often dictate pay against us at home and we are constantly under pressure away from Ewood Park. Although you cannot fault his effort he does not contribute anything at all. He cannot pick a pass; does not tackle; cannot dribble or run with the ball, has very little technical skill and does not score goals. He does not accept any responsibility and constantly plays a backward pass, often from where the ball has come from in the first place, putting that player under pressure. Until we have a dominant and experienced player in this position the midfield will be our Achilles heel and we will not be good enough to mount a serious promotion challenge.[/p][/quote]Always look on the bright side of life...di dum, di dum, di dum di dum. Jesus, with supporters like you we should all seriously consider committing suicide. owd nick

6:26pm Mon 16 Dec 13

owd nick says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Why does WLUV persist with his loony observations
Note the bizarre comment above re the gap is widening..No it isnt,we closed the gap by two points on Saturday you half wit
In the last 5 games Burnley have had 6 points, Rovers have won 2 drawn 1 lost one picking up 7 points.
Our form is improving yours is in decline. Your league position counts for nowt until May
Now which bit do you not understand?
Why do people keep replying to the moron?

He will disappear as soon as Burnley start loosing, all he does is disrupt threads and prevent discussion, he adds no value whatsoever.

Please don't feed the TROLL by replying to it, if you stop feeding it it will die.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Why does WLUV persist with his loony observations Note the bizarre comment above re the gap is widening..No it isnt,we closed the gap by two points on Saturday you half wit In the last 5 games Burnley have had 6 points, Rovers have won 2 drawn 1 lost one picking up 7 points. Our form is improving yours is in decline. Your league position counts for nowt until May Now which bit do you not understand?[/p][/quote]Why do people keep replying to the moron? He will disappear as soon as Burnley start loosing, all he does is disrupt threads and prevent discussion, he adds no value whatsoever. Please don't feed the TROLL by replying to it, if you stop feeding it it will die. owd nick

6:27pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

Hang on there, I see a contradiction from the Mighty WluV, now he talks of a run of winnable games, what like Burnley Barca cant sweep all aside?
Hmm, bit of a slip there.
And you have just jinxed your team
Hang on there, I see a contradiction from the Mighty WluV, now he talks of a run of winnable games, what like Burnley Barca cant sweep all aside? Hmm, bit of a slip there. And you have just jinxed your team Wild Rover

7:23pm Mon 16 Dec 13

French Rover says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
French Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
mind that gap - its closing quickly now.
Closing quickly?

Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games?

Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by..

Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior.

Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days!
13 (THIRTEEN) in capital letters eh.....only seems like last week when you were posting that it was SIXTEEN points in capital letters also (oh yes it WAS last week)!

So seems that your maths need some revision son - as 13 is actually less (and not more) than 16 - and that number will lessen (that means get lower) week by week until we hunt you down and pass you by around mid march!

Dreams and fantasy and quite a few lies now seem to be your domain Mr. WDLUV. Send in the clowns - oh no they are already here (and living in Burnley).

Mind the Gap!
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.[/p][/quote]mind that gap - its closing quickly now.[/p][/quote]Closing quickly? Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games? Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by.. Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior. Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days![/p][/quote]13 (THIRTEEN) in capital letters eh.....only seems like last week when you were posting that it was SIXTEEN points in capital letters also (oh yes it WAS last week)! So seems that your maths need some revision son - as 13 is actually less (and not more) than 16 - and that number will lessen (that means get lower) week by week until we hunt you down and pass you by around mid march! Dreams and fantasy and quite a few lies now seem to be your domain Mr. WDLUV. Send in the clowns - oh no they are already here (and living in Burnley). Mind the Gap! French Rover

11:26pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Whydidtheybanme? says...

owd nick wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Why does WLUV persist with his loony observations
Note the bizarre comment above re the gap is widening..No it isnt,we closed the gap by two points on Saturday you half wit
In the last 5 games Burnley have had 6 points, Rovers have won 2 drawn 1 lost one picking up 7 points.
Our form is improving yours is in decline. Your league position counts for nowt until May
Now which bit do you not understand?
Why do people keep replying to the moron?

He will disappear as soon as Burnley start loosing, all he does is disrupt threads and prevent discussion, he adds no value whatsoever.

Please don't feed the TROLL by replying to it, if you stop feeding it it will die.
Poor Mark has severe OCD you know - all those years spent in our shadow......
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Why does WLUV persist with his loony observations Note the bizarre comment above re the gap is widening..No it isnt,we closed the gap by two points on Saturday you half wit In the last 5 games Burnley have had 6 points, Rovers have won 2 drawn 1 lost one picking up 7 points. Our form is improving yours is in decline. Your league position counts for nowt until May Now which bit do you not understand?[/p][/quote]Why do people keep replying to the moron? He will disappear as soon as Burnley start loosing, all he does is disrupt threads and prevent discussion, he adds no value whatsoever. Please don't feed the TROLL by replying to it, if you stop feeding it it will die.[/p][/quote]Poor Mark has severe OCD you know - all those years spent in our shadow...... Whydidtheybanme?

8:09am Tue 17 Dec 13

SteppBladder says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
SteppBladder wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
French Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
mind that gap - its closing quickly now.
Closing quickly?

Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games?

Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by..

Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior.

Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days!
Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off.

Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white!
What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday.

So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention?

Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second

Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th.

You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e.
"our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams": Thanks for reminding us how lucky you have been. Relying on other teams to have a bad run in order to maintain your league position is not a good strategy, or something to boast about, IMO.

"So are the wheels really coming off": Yes
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.[/p][/quote]mind that gap - its closing quickly now.[/p][/quote]Closing quickly? Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games? Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by.. Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior. Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days![/p][/quote]Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off. Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white![/p][/quote]What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday. So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention? Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th. You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e.[/p][/quote]"our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams": Thanks for reminding us how lucky you have been. Relying on other teams to have a bad run in order to maintain your league position is not a good strategy, or something to boast about, IMO. "So are the wheels really coming off": Yes SteppBladder

10:47am Tue 17 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

SteppBladder wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
SteppBladder wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
French Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
mind that gap - its closing quickly now.
Closing quickly?

Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games?

Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by..

Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior.

Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days!
Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off.

Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white!
What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday.

So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention?

Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second

Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th.

You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e.
"our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams": Thanks for reminding us how lucky you have been. Relying on other teams to have a bad run in order to maintain your league position is not a good strategy, or something to boast about, IMO.

"So are the wheels really coming off": Yes
Aww you are soooo desperate for Burnley's wheels to come off aren't you - it is embarrassing.

Your entire mediocre season is dependant on hoping that your biggest rivals don;t push on and gain an automatic promotion place - how sad are you.

Not as sad as some of the dreamers coming on here thinking that you gonks are going to attain a Play-off place - never going to happen, you need to try and win some away games instead of getting your **** handed to you by teams that we have beaten comfortably already.
[quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.[/p][/quote]mind that gap - its closing quickly now.[/p][/quote]Closing quickly? Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games? Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by.. Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior. Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days![/p][/quote]Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off. Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white![/p][/quote]What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday. So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention? Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th. You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e.[/p][/quote]"our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams": Thanks for reminding us how lucky you have been. Relying on other teams to have a bad run in order to maintain your league position is not a good strategy, or something to boast about, IMO. "So are the wheels really coming off": Yes[/p][/quote]Aww you are soooo desperate for Burnley's wheels to come off aren't you - it is embarrassing. Your entire mediocre season is dependant on hoping that your biggest rivals don;t push on and gain an automatic promotion place - how sad are you. Not as sad as some of the dreamers coming on here thinking that you gonks are going to attain a Play-off place - never going to happen, you need to try and win some away games instead of getting your **** handed to you by teams that we have beaten comfortably already. Champagne plus charlie

12:21pm Tue 17 Dec 13

greenscreener says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
SteppBladder wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
SteppBladder wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
French Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
mind that gap - its closing quickly now.
Closing quickly?

Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games?

Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by..

Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior.

Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days!
Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off.

Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white!
What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday.

So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention?

Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second

Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th.

You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e.
"our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams": Thanks for reminding us how lucky you have been. Relying on other teams to have a bad run in order to maintain your league position is not a good strategy, or something to boast about, IMO.

"So are the wheels really coming off": Yes
Aww you are soooo desperate for Burnley's wheels to come off aren't you - it is embarrassing.

Your entire mediocre season is dependant on hoping that your biggest rivals don;t push on and gain an automatic promotion place - how sad are you.

Not as sad as some of the dreamers coming on here thinking that you gonks are going to attain a Play-off place - never going to happen, you need to try and win some away games instead of getting your **** handed to you by teams that we have beaten comfortably already.
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The obvious measure of sadness would be amount of time you spend reading and commenting on another team's articles. You don't seem to be quite as obsessed as a couple of your relatives but you are getting close.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.[/p][/quote]mind that gap - its closing quickly now.[/p][/quote]Closing quickly? Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games? Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by.. Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior. Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days![/p][/quote]Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off. Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white![/p][/quote]What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday. So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention? Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th. You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e.[/p][/quote]"our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams": Thanks for reminding us how lucky you have been. Relying on other teams to have a bad run in order to maintain your league position is not a good strategy, or something to boast about, IMO. "So are the wheels really coming off": Yes[/p][/quote]Aww you are soooo desperate for Burnley's wheels to come off aren't you - it is embarrassing. Your entire mediocre season is dependant on hoping that your biggest rivals don;t push on and gain an automatic promotion place - how sad are you. Not as sad as some of the dreamers coming on here thinking that you gonks are going to attain a Play-off place - never going to happen, you need to try and win some away games instead of getting your **** handed to you by teams that we have beaten comfortably already.[/p][/quote]. . The obvious measure of sadness would be amount of time you spend reading and commenting on another team's articles. You don't seem to be quite as obsessed as a couple of your relatives but you are getting close. greenscreener

1:37pm Tue 17 Dec 13

We'll win the next one says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
Who's got the dingle brain cell today then clearly not you. You sad little inbreed.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.[/p][/quote]Who's got the dingle brain cell today then clearly not you. You sad little inbreed. We'll win the next one

1:48pm Tue 17 Dec 13

ChrisDeBerg says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
SteppBladder wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
SteppBladder wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
French Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
mind that gap - its closing quickly now.
Closing quickly?

Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games?

Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by..

Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior.

Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days!
Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off.

Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white!
What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday.

So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention?

Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second

Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th.

You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e.
"our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams": Thanks for reminding us how lucky you have been. Relying on other teams to have a bad run in order to maintain your league position is not a good strategy, or something to boast about, IMO.

"So are the wheels really coming off": Yes
Aww you are soooo desperate for Burnley's wheels to come off aren't you - it is embarrassing.

Your entire mediocre season is dependant on hoping that your biggest rivals don;t push on and gain an automatic promotion place - how sad are you.

Not as sad as some of the dreamers coming on here thinking that you gonks are going to attain a Play-off place - never going to happen, you need to try and win some away games instead of getting your **** handed to you by teams that we have beaten comfortably already.
We're not desperate for the wheels to come off pal, no not at all, we're merely making observations. You have dipped from the form which put you at the top of the table and only by sheer luck of other teams around you doing badly have you stayed there... Once the inevitable happens, I say inevitable because it happens to every team, where you start getting injuries, your bad run of form is highly likely to turn into chaos at the dingle dome... Notice as well that I use the correct terms of 'highly likely', unlike your 6yr old retard of a supporter WLUV who makes up little stories in his brain IQ of -20 and believes them...

The thing is, you come on here chanting this that and the other, but the lot of you will be long gone if the results keep coming in like they have recently (which will be nice)...
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.[/p][/quote]mind that gap - its closing quickly now.[/p][/quote]Closing quickly? Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games? Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by.. Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior. Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days![/p][/quote]Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off. Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white![/p][/quote]What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday. So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention? Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th. You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e.[/p][/quote]"our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams": Thanks for reminding us how lucky you have been. Relying on other teams to have a bad run in order to maintain your league position is not a good strategy, or something to boast about, IMO. "So are the wheels really coming off": Yes[/p][/quote]Aww you are soooo desperate for Burnley's wheels to come off aren't you - it is embarrassing. Your entire mediocre season is dependant on hoping that your biggest rivals don;t push on and gain an automatic promotion place - how sad are you. Not as sad as some of the dreamers coming on here thinking that you gonks are going to attain a Play-off place - never going to happen, you need to try and win some away games instead of getting your **** handed to you by teams that we have beaten comfortably already.[/p][/quote]We're not desperate for the wheels to come off pal, no not at all, we're merely making observations. You have dipped from the form which put you at the top of the table and only by sheer luck of other teams around you doing badly have you stayed there... Once the inevitable happens, I say inevitable because it happens to every team, where you start getting injuries, your bad run of form is highly likely to turn into chaos at the dingle dome... Notice as well that I use the correct terms of 'highly likely', unlike your 6yr old retard of a supporter WLUV who makes up little stories in his brain IQ of -20 and believes them... The thing is, you come on here chanting this that and the other, but the lot of you will be long gone if the results keep coming in like they have recently (which will be nice)... ChrisDeBerg

2:20pm Tue 17 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

ChrisDeBerg wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
SteppBladder wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
SteppBladder wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
French Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?
Promotion.
You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.
mind that gap - its closing quickly now.
Closing quickly?

Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games?

Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by..

Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior.

Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days!
Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off.

Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white!
What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday.

So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention?

Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second

Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th.

You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e.
"our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams": Thanks for reminding us how lucky you have been. Relying on other teams to have a bad run in order to maintain your league position is not a good strategy, or something to boast about, IMO.

"So are the wheels really coming off": Yes
Aww you are soooo desperate for Burnley's wheels to come off aren't you - it is embarrassing.

Your entire mediocre season is dependant on hoping that your biggest rivals don;t push on and gain an automatic promotion place - how sad are you.

Not as sad as some of the dreamers coming on here thinking that you gonks are going to attain a Play-off place - never going to happen, you need to try and win some away games instead of getting your **** handed to you by teams that we have beaten comfortably already.
We're not desperate for the wheels to come off pal, no not at all, we're merely making observations. You have dipped from the form which put you at the top of the table and only by sheer luck of other teams around you doing badly have you stayed there... Once the inevitable happens, I say inevitable because it happens to every team, where you start getting injuries, your bad run of form is highly likely to turn into chaos at the dingle dome... Notice as well that I use the correct terms of 'highly likely', unlike your 6yr old retard of a supporter WLUV who makes up little stories in his brain IQ of -20 and believes them...

The thing is, you come on here chanting this that and the other, but the lot of you will be long gone if the results keep coming in like they have recently (which will be nice)...
You clowns have been gleefully m@sturbating over a dip in form for Burnley since early October, you finally get your way and guess what, we're STILL second!! Unbelievable.

I bet you're so angry aren't you Mungo. We've suffered several injuries, dropped points through a run of draws, even lost a game, and yet we are STILL in an automatic promotion spot with a chance to go back to the top AGAIN on Saturday.

The last two games have yielded 4 points, firstly getting back to winning ways and the hard fought draw away at Leicester has proven that we are a match for ANY team in this division after previously beating the likes of QPR, Leeds, Reading and Derby.

So we've had a poor run and what are you all saying now?

"Once the inevitable happens," blah, blah, blah.....

Well it's happened and we've rode it out. Unlucky b45tards, you're prayers haven't been answered. Burnley are 2nd, so once again....

LOOK UP
[quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: A struggling win at home over a poor Millwall side is papering over the cracks appearing in Blackburn's disastrous season. 20 games played and already well out of touch with the leading pack, Blackburn's hopes of any kind of success this season will be leaving with Jordan Rhodes in January. Players under investigation for match-fixing, youth coaches under investigation for serious sexual assault.... whatever next for Laughingstock FC?[/p][/quote]Promotion.[/p][/quote]You've another two relegations to endure before you experience the elation of a promotion again. Strap yourself in Bazzer the BRFC League One Express is picking up speed! Choo Choo.[/p][/quote]mind that gap - its closing quickly now.[/p][/quote]Closing quickly? Are you referring to the points gap which separates Burnley from Blackburn Rovers? The points gap has been there since Saturday the 10th of August when your sorry shambles of a club surrendered at home to Nottingham Forest and the Clarets won away at Sheffield Wednesday? The gap that is now 13 (THIRTEEN) points wide after 20 games? Doesn't seem to be closing very quickly to me. In fact it's been gradually getting wider and wider as the months have gone by.. Another day in the make-believe world of Blackburn Rovers supporters who cannot face the reality that Burnley are superior. Keep dreaming and look up Mungo, that's all you clowns can do these days![/p][/quote]Burnleh got off to a good start to the season but, as many predicted, are struggling with a minuscule squad (as befits a small club with little ambition). Only one win since the end of October - a scrappy 1-0 home win against Barnsley. The wheels are well and truly coming off. Meanwhile, Rovers are struggling for consistency but are digging out some good results as the young team continues to improve. The future’s bright, the future’s blue and white![/p][/quote]What you morons have failed to notice is that our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams such as Blackburn means we are still in an automatic promotion spot with a winnable series of games coming up, starting on Saturday. So are the wheels really coming off or are you just getting over excited without realising that Blackburn are sliding further and further out of contention? Over the last 10 games Burnley have dropped from first to second Over the last 10 games Blackburn have dropped from 8th to 11th. You have no argument Mungo, I've just handed you your ar5e.[/p][/quote]"our poor run has fortuitously coincided with Leicester's 3 defeats in 6, and combined with QPR also losing at Doncaster and dropping points against weaker teams": Thanks for reminding us how lucky you have been. Relying on other teams to have a bad run in order to maintain your league position is not a good strategy, or something to boast about, IMO. "So are the wheels really coming off": Yes[/p][/quote]Aww you are soooo desperate for Burnley's wheels to come off aren't you - it is embarrassing. Your entire mediocre season is dependant on hoping that your biggest rivals don;t push on and gain an automatic promotion place - how sad are you. Not as sad as some of the dreamers coming on here thinking that you gonks are going to attain a Play-off place - never going to happen, you need to try and win some away games instead of getting your **** handed to you by teams that we have beaten comfortably already.[/p][/quote]We're not desperate for the wheels to come off pal, no not at all, we're merely making observations. You have dipped from the form which put you at the top of the table and only by sheer luck of other teams around you doing badly have you stayed there... Once the inevitable happens, I say inevitable because it happens to every team, where you start getting injuries, your bad run of form is highly likely to turn into chaos at the dingle dome... Notice as well that I use the correct terms of 'highly likely', unlike your 6yr old retard of a supporter WLUV who makes up little stories in his brain IQ of -20 and believes them... The thing is, you come on here chanting this that and the other, but the lot of you will be long gone if the results keep coming in like they have recently (which will be nice)...[/p][/quote]You clowns have been gleefully m@sturbating over a dip in form for Burnley since early October, you finally get your way and guess what, we're STILL second!! Unbelievable. I bet you're so angry aren't you Mungo. We've suffered several injuries, dropped points through a run of draws, even lost a game, and yet we are STILL in an automatic promotion spot with a chance to go back to the top AGAIN on Saturday. The last two games have yielded 4 points, firstly getting back to winning ways and the hard fought draw away at Leicester has proven that we are a match for ANY team in this division after previously beating the likes of QPR, Leeds, Reading and Derby. So we've had a poor run and what are you all saying now? "Once the inevitable happens," blah, blah, blah..... Well it's happened and we've rode it out. Unlucky b45tards, you're prayers haven't been answered. Burnley are 2nd, so once again.... LOOK UP we.love.u.venkys

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