Rovers loan man Cairney keen for regular football

This Is Lancashire: Tom Cairney Tom Cairney

LOAN star Tom Cairney says he would be more than happy if his time as a Blackburn Rovers player is extended – after making regular football his biggest priority.

Cairney’s loan spell from Hull expires in January and the midfielder admits he still does not know where his future lies.

But Rovers boss Gary Bowyer has said he wants to keep Cairney at Ewood Park and the 22-year-old has concerns about how regularly he might feature if he returns to Hull, even though he is ambitious to play in the Premier League.

Cairney’s contract expires in the summer and Rovers could look at either a permanent deal or a loan extension until the end of the season.

“I suppose in the next couple of weeks I’ll hear more and see what my future is, if it’s at Hull or at Blackburn,” said Cairney.

“It’s all a bit up in the air at the minute but I’m definitely enjoying my time at Blackburn and I’ll be happy if it continues.

“If I went back to Hull I’d get the odd game in the Premier League, which is fantastic obviously, but I can’t see it being week in week out.

“They’ve bought players for £5m so it would be tough, although I’d always be confident in my ability to eventually start playing.

“The key is to play football. That’s what makes me happy.

“I’m 22 and I need to playing football as much as I can, although at the same time the Premier League is obviously where every player wants to be.

“But there’s no reason why I couldn’t do that with Blackburn. Maybe we could do it this year or the year after.”

Bowyer has been in contact with Steve Bruce about retaining Cairney, although the player himself says he has not heard from his Hull boss at this stage.

“I haven’t spoken to him personally but I think he was at the Leeds game the other week,” said the midfielder, who missed a large chunk of Hull’s promotion season last term with a serious knee injury.

“I’ll probably speak to him if I go back to Hull and take it from there really.

“I feel like I’ve played well here, I think my game has got a lot better as well.

“But I still feel like there’s more to come.

“Obviously I had the injury last season which kept me out for quite a few months.

“I was part of a promotion squad but I think playing week in week out and playing with these players has helped to bring me on. The manager and the staff have brought me on.

“I’d be happy to keep playing football at Blackburn.

“The manager is definitely building something here. There’s a lot of young British players and it’s really good to be a part of it.

“I’m loving every minute of it and if that continues then I think I’ll be happy.”

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9:06am Tue 17 Dec 13

razwoods78 says...

Keeping him is a must. Been one of, if not our most consistent performer this season. He, along with the return of Evans and a fully fit Rochina will be key to a potential play off push.

Onwards and Upwards
Keeping him is a must. Been one of, if not our most consistent performer this season. He, along with the return of Evans and a fully fit Rochina will be key to a potential play off push. Onwards and Upwards razwoods78

9:33am Tue 17 Dec 13

Pooloflife says...

It should be sorted out for him to stay with us why are we waiting?
It should be sorted out for him to stay with us why are we waiting? Pooloflife

9:38am Tue 17 Dec 13

Riverside 7 says...

Keeping Tom Cairney at Ewood must be GB's number one priority.
He is someone we can build a team around.
Keeping Tom Cairney at Ewood must be GB's number one priority. He is someone we can build a team around. Riverside 7

9:39am Tue 17 Dec 13

A Rover 45 years and over says...

Hope Gary can keep him one way or another, very good player.
Hope Gary can keep him one way or another, very good player. A Rover 45 years and over

9:54am Tue 17 Dec 13

leitchy says...

If we keep Cairney, bring in Robbo when fit, get Rochina firing again and get Best on side then we have a good enough squad to compete!

Would still like to see another good striker at the club though, especially now DJ is out of favour along with Best and Rudy not quite up to speed!
If we keep Cairney, bring in Robbo when fit, get Rochina firing again and get Best on side then we have a good enough squad to compete! Would still like to see another good striker at the club though, especially now DJ is out of favour along with Best and Rudy not quite up to speed! leitchy

10:05am Tue 17 Dec 13

jack01 says...

No doubt that Hull are prepared to let him go. But I would think given Cairney is nearing the end of his contract they will be looking to sell him in January to get some cash in rather than send him out on loan again and lose him for nothing in the summer.

The big challenge for Rovers is going to be finding some spare cash lying around which they can use to get Cairney in on a permanent deal. We need to have a deal lined up now so we can move quickly at the start of January.

Any messing around from Rovers or Venkys and they will probably lose him. There will be other clubs in the Championship aware of his ability and possible availability and will step in if we don't.
No doubt that Hull are prepared to let him go. But I would think given Cairney is nearing the end of his contract they will be looking to sell him in January to get some cash in rather than send him out on loan again and lose him for nothing in the summer. The big challenge for Rovers is going to be finding some spare cash lying around which they can use to get Cairney in on a permanent deal. We need to have a deal lined up now so we can move quickly at the start of January. Any messing around from Rovers or Venkys and they will probably lose him. There will be other clubs in the Championship aware of his ability and possible availability and will step in if we don't. jack01

10:32am Tue 17 Dec 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

leitchy wrote:
If we keep Cairney, bring in Robbo when fit, get Rochina firing again and get Best on side then we have a good enough squad to compete!

Would still like to see another good striker at the club though, especially now DJ is out of favour along with Best and Rudy not quite up to speed!
Still in denial eh ?
You've been saying all season if we get so and so back and so and so fit we'll be the finished article / complete squad blah blah blah blah blah.

And tell me where are you now ? Has the return of all these "game changers" got you anywhere? That a big fat no!

This lad will be praying he gets recalled to Hull, as undoubtably one of your best players he will without question get a crack in the first team with Hull. The decision for him is does he stay at a club that's £56 million in debt, losing 3 million a month and facing a transfer embargo or does he go back to Hull and get a crack at playing premiership football? It's a no brainer for him.

The words he speaks are very nice but frankly he's just hanging an air freshener on it for you.
[quote][p][bold]leitchy[/bold] wrote: If we keep Cairney, bring in Robbo when fit, get Rochina firing again and get Best on side then we have a good enough squad to compete! Would still like to see another good striker at the club though, especially now DJ is out of favour along with Best and Rudy not quite up to speed![/p][/quote]Still in denial eh ? You've been saying all season if we get so and so back and so and so fit we'll be the finished article / complete squad blah blah blah blah blah. And tell me where are you now ? Has the return of all these "game changers" got you anywhere? That a big fat no! This lad will be praying he gets recalled to Hull, as undoubtably one of your best players he will without question get a crack in the first team with Hull. The decision for him is does he stay at a club that's £56 million in debt, losing 3 million a month and facing a transfer embargo or does he go back to Hull and get a crack at playing premiership football? It's a no brainer for him. The words he speaks are very nice but frankly he's just hanging an air freshener on it for you. You're not mugging me off that easily

10:38am Tue 17 Dec 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

jack01 wrote:
No doubt that Hull are prepared to let him go. But I would think given Cairney is nearing the end of his contract they will be looking to sell him in January to get some cash in rather than send him out on loan again and lose him for nothing in the summer.

The big challenge for Rovers is going to be finding some spare cash lying around which they can use to get Cairney in on a permanent deal. We need to have a deal lined up now so we can move quickly at the start of January.

Any messing around from Rovers or Venkys and they will probably lose him. There will be other clubs in the Championship aware of his ability and possible availability and will step in if we don't.
Tell me where your "spare cash" is going to come from when you're losing three million quid a month?

Jesus, even when it's right in front of your face you can't see it.

You lot really do have a special place in the upper echelons of football dickheadery.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: No doubt that Hull are prepared to let him go. But I would think given Cairney is nearing the end of his contract they will be looking to sell him in January to get some cash in rather than send him out on loan again and lose him for nothing in the summer. The big challenge for Rovers is going to be finding some spare cash lying around which they can use to get Cairney in on a permanent deal. We need to have a deal lined up now so we can move quickly at the start of January. Any messing around from Rovers or Venkys and they will probably lose him. There will be other clubs in the Championship aware of his ability and possible availability and will step in if we don't.[/p][/quote]Tell me where your "spare cash" is going to come from when you're losing three million quid a month? Jesus, even when it's right in front of your face you can't see it. You lot really do have a special place in the upper echelons of football dickheadery. You're not mugging me off that easily

11:04am Tue 17 Dec 13

A Darener says...

YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't.
Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in!
YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't. Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in! A Darener

11:36am Tue 17 Dec 13

owd nick says...

razwoods78 wrote:
Keeping him is a must. Been one of, if not our most consistent performer this season. He, along with the return of Evans and a fully fit Rochina will be key to a potential play off push.

Onwards and Upwards
Beat me to it almost word for word.
[quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: Keeping him is a must. Been one of, if not our most consistent performer this season. He, along with the return of Evans and a fully fit Rochina will be key to a potential play off push. Onwards and Upwards[/p][/quote]Beat me to it almost word for word. owd nick

11:41am Tue 17 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history.
Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history. A Darener

11:42am Tue 17 Dec 13

owd nick says...

Pooloflife wrote:
It should be sorted out for him to stay with us why are we waiting?
From the article above;

"Bowyer has been in contact with Steve Bruce about retaining Cairney, although the player himself says he has not heard from his Hull boss at this stage."

The ball is with Steve Bruce.

The fans want him to stay, GB wants him to stay, it sounds like he wants to stay, all the noises are positive, but Hull hold all the cards right now, if they want to offer him a new contract we could have a problem, if not it looks like we are in pole position.
[quote][p][bold]Pooloflife[/bold] wrote: It should be sorted out for him to stay with us why are we waiting?[/p][/quote]From the article above; "Bowyer has been in contact with Steve Bruce about retaining Cairney, although the player himself says he has not heard from his Hull boss at this stage." The ball is with Steve Bruce. The fans want him to stay, GB wants him to stay, it sounds like he wants to stay, all the noises are positive, but Hull hold all the cards right now, if they want to offer him a new contract we could have a problem, if not it looks like we are in pole position. owd nick

11:44am Tue 17 Dec 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

A Darener wrote:
Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history.
You have to admit though, I do have a valid point. And just because you don't like it being made by a Burnley fan doesn't make it less valid.

Only saying.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history.[/p][/quote]You have to admit though, I do have a valid point. And just because you don't like it being made by a Burnley fan doesn't make it less valid. Only saying. You're not mugging me off that easily

11:47am Tue 17 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Your point was were is the money going to come from? To answer that. From the Venky's. Does that answer your question?
Your point was were is the money going to come from? To answer that. From the Venky's. Does that answer your question? A Darener

12:26pm Tue 17 Dec 13

greenscreener says...

A Darener wrote:
Your point was were is the money going to come from? To answer that. From the Venky's. Does that answer your question?
I've said it before, Swap him for Leon Best.

Bruce bought Huddlestone and Livermore for his midfield, he doesn't rate Cairney enough to give him a new good contract.

Best isn't going to play for Blackburn again, he needs a new club to get his career going again, but his wages will put off any buyer unless he goes without a fee.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Your point was were is the money going to come from? To answer that. From the Venky's. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]I've said it before, Swap him for Leon Best. Bruce bought Huddlestone and Livermore for his midfield, he doesn't rate Cairney enough to give him a new good contract. Best isn't going to play for Blackburn again, he needs a new club to get his career going again, but his wages will put off any buyer unless he goes without a fee. greenscreener

12:36pm Tue 17 Dec 13

inflightmagazine says...

Its good to here a young lad talking about an ambition to actually play, too many players breaking through seem to be happy to go to clubs in the premiership and sit on the bench, my belief is this is partially contributing to the lack of English talent emerging. Good coaching and training is important but this has to go in hand with match time. I for one hope he stays, a good mobile midfielder who controls the centre of the park well.
Its good to here a young lad talking about an ambition to actually play, too many players breaking through seem to be happy to go to clubs in the premiership and sit on the bench, my belief is this is partially contributing to the lack of English talent emerging. Good coaching and training is important but this has to go in hand with match time. I for one hope he stays, a good mobile midfielder who controls the centre of the park well. inflightmagazine

12:45pm Tue 17 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Just reading some of the comments on these articles and loving how the no-dads are celebrating being JUST thirteen points behind Burnley... they really have NOTHING to live for at the moment and are utterly and completely dependent upon Burnley dropping points just to give them a reason to get out of bed. What a sorry shambles of a club with an embarrassingly jealous support..

Over the last 10 games Burnley have stretched the points gap from 8 to 13 over Blackburn and in the process got some tough games out of the way. With only one loss in 16 league games its looking good, while our dear neighbours, Laughingstock FC are routed in mid-table with an abysmal away record that could well plumb new depths come Saturday at 5pm.

Cairney is a decent player who looks out of place when surrounded by 10 headless chickens, Hull can see he has value and so will put a price on him which means Blackburn will have to say bye bye.

It's all downhill in the new year for the Rovers with no Rhodes or Cairney, but you can bet your boots the no-dads will be bumming up Rudy "the Hat" Gesticulate before long as their new saviour given that DJ Gamble is otherwise engaged and Best is not up to the job.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Just reading some of the comments on these articles and loving how the no-dads are celebrating being JUST thirteen points behind Burnley... they really have NOTHING to live for at the moment and are utterly and completely dependent upon Burnley dropping points just to give them a reason to get out of bed. What a sorry shambles of a club with an embarrassingly jealous support.. Over the last 10 games Burnley have stretched the points gap from 8 to 13 over Blackburn and in the process got some tough games out of the way. With only one loss in 16 league games its looking good, while our dear neighbours, Laughingstock FC are routed in mid-table with an abysmal away record that could well plumb new depths come Saturday at 5pm. Cairney is a decent player who looks out of place when surrounded by 10 headless chickens, Hull can see he has value and so will put a price on him which means Blackburn will have to say bye bye. It's all downhill in the new year for the Rovers with no Rhodes or Cairney, but you can bet your boots the no-dads will be bumming up Rudy "the Hat" Gesticulate before long as their new saviour given that DJ Gamble is otherwise engaged and Best is not up to the job. If Carlsberg did seasons... we.love.u.venkys

12:47pm Tue 17 Dec 13

A Darener says...

If Carlsberg did seasons.....Burnley would be the dregs at the bottom of the barrel.
If Carlsberg did seasons.....Burnley would be the dregs at the bottom of the barrel. A Darener

12:50pm Tue 17 Dec 13

jack01 says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
jack01 wrote:
No doubt that Hull are prepared to let him go. But I would think given Cairney is nearing the end of his contract they will be looking to sell him in January to get some cash in rather than send him out on loan again and lose him for nothing in the summer.

The big challenge for Rovers is going to be finding some spare cash lying around which they can use to get Cairney in on a permanent deal. We need to have a deal lined up now so we can move quickly at the start of January.

Any messing around from Rovers or Venkys and they will probably lose him. There will be other clubs in the Championship aware of his ability and possible availability and will step in if we don't.
Tell me where your "spare cash" is going to come from when you're losing three million quid a month?

Jesus, even when it's right in front of your face you can't see it.

You lot really do have a special place in the upper echelons of football dickheadery.
It's called having owners who are prepared to put money into the club, not that you'd know much about that.

We were losing more money last season than we are now and that didn't seem to cause us much of a problem in the summer did it? Rhodes still here, a better squad than we had last season, and money spent on players coming in (Marshall, Evans).

I know that you must struggle with that concept in supporting a club that is reliant on free transfers and selling your star player every year but not all clubs are run on the Burnley sell-everything-you-
can model. Your tin pot outfit are preparing to sell Ings in January for a pittance and then will give Dyche no money to reinvest. As depressing as that may seem to the locals the Polish bloke at Burnley can't afford any more than that.

Remember Clarets - you've just lost £8 million - and you reckon you're a well run club!
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: No doubt that Hull are prepared to let him go. But I would think given Cairney is nearing the end of his contract they will be looking to sell him in January to get some cash in rather than send him out on loan again and lose him for nothing in the summer. The big challenge for Rovers is going to be finding some spare cash lying around which they can use to get Cairney in on a permanent deal. We need to have a deal lined up now so we can move quickly at the start of January. Any messing around from Rovers or Venkys and they will probably lose him. There will be other clubs in the Championship aware of his ability and possible availability and will step in if we don't.[/p][/quote]Tell me where your "spare cash" is going to come from when you're losing three million quid a month? Jesus, even when it's right in front of your face you can't see it. You lot really do have a special place in the upper echelons of football dickheadery.[/p][/quote]It's called having owners who are prepared to put money into the club, not that you'd know much about that. We were losing more money last season than we are now and that didn't seem to cause us much of a problem in the summer did it? Rhodes still here, a better squad than we had last season, and money spent on players coming in (Marshall, Evans). I know that you must struggle with that concept in supporting a club that is reliant on free transfers and selling your star player every year but not all clubs are run on the Burnley sell-everything-you- can model. Your tin pot outfit are preparing to sell Ings in January for a pittance and then will give Dyche no money to reinvest. As depressing as that may seem to the locals the Polish bloke at Burnley can't afford any more than that. Remember Clarets - you've just lost £8 million - and you reckon you're a well run club! jack01

12:58pm Tue 17 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

A Darener wrote:
Your point was were is the money going to come from? To answer that. From the Venky's. Does that answer your question?
Ever heard of something called Financial Fair Play?

Its this new idea that's been agreed by all clubs to prevent jumped up no-bodies such as yourselves thinking you can just buy your way out of trouble. In the past you got away with it but now we have rules in place to stop the likes of Venky's poisoning the game.

Basically what it means is that you have to pay your way from now on, which means the club itself has to generate the cash you spend. Oh dear......

You have already declared a net debt of £56 million, having lost £36.5 million in the last financial year alone. You are widely reported to be losing circa £3 million each and every month. Your parachute payments are halved from next season and to top it all you are facing a transfer embargo in January 2015. Do you not read the news regarding your club?? You are, in every sense of the word, up financial sh!t creek.

Venky's will not fund this car crash of a football club for any reason other than to keep it running while they prepare to bail out. Its then downhill all the way. Deluding yourself that all will be well in the long run is just prolonging the misery... the end is nigh.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Your point was were is the money going to come from? To answer that. From the Venky's. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]Ever heard of something called Financial Fair Play? Its this new idea that's been agreed by all clubs to prevent jumped up no-bodies such as yourselves thinking you can just buy your way out of trouble. In the past you got away with it but now we have rules in place to stop the likes of Venky's poisoning the game. Basically what it means is that you have to pay your way from now on, which means the club itself has to generate the cash you spend. Oh dear...... You have already declared a net debt of £56 million, having lost £36.5 million in the last financial year alone. You are widely reported to be losing circa £3 million each and every month. Your parachute payments are halved from next season and to top it all you are facing a transfer embargo in January 2015. Do you not read the news regarding your club?? You are, in every sense of the word, up financial sh!t creek. Venky's will not fund this car crash of a football club for any reason other than to keep it running while they prepare to bail out. Its then downhill all the way. Deluding yourself that all will be well in the long run is just prolonging the misery... the end is nigh. we.love.u.venkys

12:59pm Tue 17 Dec 13

jack01 says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Just reading some of the comments on these articles and loving how the no-dads are celebrating being JUST thirteen points behind Burnley... they really have NOTHING to live for at the moment and are utterly and completely dependent upon Burnley dropping points just to give them a reason to get out of bed. What a sorry shambles of a club with an embarrassingly jealous support..

Over the last 10 games Burnley have stretched the points gap from 8 to 13 over Blackburn and in the process got some tough games out of the way. With only one loss in 16 league games its looking good, while our dear neighbours, Laughingstock FC are routed in mid-table with an abysmal away record that could well plumb new depths come Saturday at 5pm.

Cairney is a decent player who looks out of place when surrounded by 10 headless chickens, Hull can see he has value and so will put a price on him which means Blackburn will have to say bye bye.

It's all downhill in the new year for the Rovers with no Rhodes or Cairney, but you can bet your boots the no-dads will be bumming up Rudy "the Hat" Gesticulate before long as their new saviour given that DJ Gamble is otherwise engaged and Best is not up to the job.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Who's celebrating? The only celebrations I can see are the Neanderthal Dingles who have just worked out that after three generations of waiting you've managed the mighty achievement of being above Blackburn in the league. In a world where your club has achieved nothing of any significance for 50 years, six months out of 30 years above Blackburn is well worthy of celebration!

One loss in 16 maybe, or the other way of looking at it is one win in 8.

Hull clearly haven't 'seen his value' hence why Bruce let him out on loan for 6 months and hasn't yet offered him a new contract. Their ability to 'price' clubs out of the market is non-existent. They either take what they get offered now or lose him for nowt in the summer (similar situation to what Burnley faced with Austin and why they ended up with the £3 million rather than the £7 million they wanted).

Premier League clubs will be sniffing around in January for strikers. If its a choice between Rhodes (£10 million and 30k weekly wages) or Ings (£5 million and 15k weekly wages) which do you think is more likely to go? We all know Burnley WILL sell as its the only way they can reduce those losses with zero external investment.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Just reading some of the comments on these articles and loving how the no-dads are celebrating being JUST thirteen points behind Burnley... they really have NOTHING to live for at the moment and are utterly and completely dependent upon Burnley dropping points just to give them a reason to get out of bed. What a sorry shambles of a club with an embarrassingly jealous support.. Over the last 10 games Burnley have stretched the points gap from 8 to 13 over Blackburn and in the process got some tough games out of the way. With only one loss in 16 league games its looking good, while our dear neighbours, Laughingstock FC are routed in mid-table with an abysmal away record that could well plumb new depths come Saturday at 5pm. Cairney is a decent player who looks out of place when surrounded by 10 headless chickens, Hull can see he has value and so will put a price on him which means Blackburn will have to say bye bye. It's all downhill in the new year for the Rovers with no Rhodes or Cairney, but you can bet your boots the no-dads will be bumming up Rudy "the Hat" Gesticulate before long as their new saviour given that DJ Gamble is otherwise engaged and Best is not up to the job. If Carlsberg did seasons...[/p][/quote]Who's celebrating? The only celebrations I can see are the Neanderthal Dingles who have just worked out that after three generations of waiting you've managed the mighty achievement of being above Blackburn in the league. In a world where your club has achieved nothing of any significance for 50 years, six months out of 30 years above Blackburn is well worthy of celebration! One loss in 16 maybe, or the other way of looking at it is one win in 8. Hull clearly haven't 'seen his value' hence why Bruce let him out on loan for 6 months and hasn't yet offered him a new contract. Their ability to 'price' clubs out of the market is non-existent. They either take what they get offered now or lose him for nowt in the summer (similar situation to what Burnley faced with Austin and why they ended up with the £3 million rather than the £7 million they wanted). Premier League clubs will be sniffing around in January for strikers. If its a choice between Rhodes (£10 million and 30k weekly wages) or Ings (£5 million and 15k weekly wages) which do you think is more likely to go? We all know Burnley WILL sell as its the only way they can reduce those losses with zero external investment. jack01

1:10pm Tue 17 Dec 13

A Darener says...

FFP applies to max loses. Owners can invest in the club as much equity as they are prepared to put in. So if the Venky's wish to spend money on players they are free to do so.
FFP applies to max loses. Owners can invest in the club as much equity as they are prepared to put in. So if the Venky's wish to spend money on players they are free to do so. A Darener

1:51pm Tue 17 Dec 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

jack01 wrote:
You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
jack01 wrote:
No doubt that Hull are prepared to let him go. But I would think given Cairney is nearing the end of his contract they will be looking to sell him in January to get some cash in rather than send him out on loan again and lose him for nothing in the summer.

The big challenge for Rovers is going to be finding some spare cash lying around which they can use to get Cairney in on a permanent deal. We need to have a deal lined up now so we can move quickly at the start of January.

Any messing around from Rovers or Venkys and they will probably lose him. There will be other clubs in the Championship aware of his ability and possible availability and will step in if we don't.
Tell me where your "spare cash" is going to come from when you're losing three million quid a month?

Jesus, even when it's right in front of your face you can't see it.

You lot really do have a special place in the upper echelons of football dickheadery.
It's called having owners who are prepared to put money into the club, not that you'd know much about that.

We were losing more money last season than we are now and that didn't seem to cause us much of a problem in the summer did it? Rhodes still here, a better squad than we had last season, and money spent on players coming in (Marshall, Evans).

I know that you must struggle with that concept in supporting a club that is reliant on free transfers and selling your star player every year but not all clubs are run on the Burnley sell-everything-you-

can model. Your tin pot outfit are preparing to sell Ings in January for a pittance and then will give Dyche no money to reinvest. As depressing as that may seem to the locals the Polish bloke at Burnley can't afford any more than that.

Remember Clarets - you've just lost £8 million - and you reckon you're a well run club!
With the exception of Rhodes and Best tell me how much your legend owners have put in to your team? And how much will they take out once they've had enough? Which by the way is surely imminent.

Have you actually read what you posted about losing more money last season and it not causing you a problem in the summer? So if your washing machine is leaking but still working do you carry on using it ? This comment alone highlights how much in denial you are. The old sticking your fingers in your ears and saying; "Blah blah blah I can't hear you" syndrome is abundantly evident here. And people like you will be the first to be flabbergasted when you get whacked with a transfer embargo and points deduction/administra
tion.

What a complete joke you lot are.

Oh and don't even try to throw the old "you've made an 8 million loss". You live in a huge glass mansion and you know what they say about throwing stones.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: No doubt that Hull are prepared to let him go. But I would think given Cairney is nearing the end of his contract they will be looking to sell him in January to get some cash in rather than send him out on loan again and lose him for nothing in the summer. The big challenge for Rovers is going to be finding some spare cash lying around which they can use to get Cairney in on a permanent deal. We need to have a deal lined up now so we can move quickly at the start of January. Any messing around from Rovers or Venkys and they will probably lose him. There will be other clubs in the Championship aware of his ability and possible availability and will step in if we don't.[/p][/quote]Tell me where your "spare cash" is going to come from when you're losing three million quid a month? Jesus, even when it's right in front of your face you can't see it. You lot really do have a special place in the upper echelons of football dickheadery.[/p][/quote]It's called having owners who are prepared to put money into the club, not that you'd know much about that. We were losing more money last season than we are now and that didn't seem to cause us much of a problem in the summer did it? Rhodes still here, a better squad than we had last season, and money spent on players coming in (Marshall, Evans). I know that you must struggle with that concept in supporting a club that is reliant on free transfers and selling your star player every year but not all clubs are run on the Burnley sell-everything-you- can model. Your tin pot outfit are preparing to sell Ings in January for a pittance and then will give Dyche no money to reinvest. As depressing as that may seem to the locals the Polish bloke at Burnley can't afford any more than that. Remember Clarets - you've just lost £8 million - and you reckon you're a well run club![/p][/quote]With the exception of Rhodes and Best tell me how much your legend owners have put in to your team? And how much will they take out once they've had enough? Which by the way is surely imminent. Have you actually read what you posted about losing more money last season and it not causing you a problem in the summer? So if your washing machine is leaking but still working do you carry on using it ? This comment alone highlights how much in denial you are. The old sticking your fingers in your ears and saying; "Blah blah blah I can't hear you" syndrome is abundantly evident here. And people like you will be the first to be flabbergasted when you get whacked with a transfer embargo and points deduction/administra tion. What a complete joke you lot are. Oh and don't even try to throw the old "you've made an 8 million loss". You live in a huge glass mansion and you know what they say about throwing stones. You're not mugging me off that easily

2:04pm Tue 17 Dec 13

buckoff says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Just reading some of the comments on these articles and loving how the no-dads are celebrating being JUST thirteen points behind Burnley... they really have NOTHING to live for at the moment and are utterly and completely dependent upon Burnley dropping points just to give them a reason to get out of bed. What a sorry shambles of a club with an embarrassingly jealous support..

Over the last 10 games Burnley have stretched the points gap from 8 to 13 over Blackburn and in the process got some tough games out of the way. With only one loss in 16 league games its looking good, while our dear neighbours, Laughingstock FC are routed in mid-table with an abysmal away record that could well plumb new depths come Saturday at 5pm.

Cairney is a decent player who looks out of place when surrounded by 10 headless chickens, Hull can see he has value and so will put a price on him which means Blackburn will have to say bye bye.

It's all downhill in the new year for the Rovers with no Rhodes or Cairney, but you can bet your boots the no-dads will be bumming up Rudy "the Hat" Gesticulate before long as their new saviour given that DJ Gamble is otherwise engaged and Best is not up to the job.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Loving that quote on jealous you are so Green hence why you eat sleep dream Blackburn Rovers.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Just reading some of the comments on these articles and loving how the no-dads are celebrating being JUST thirteen points behind Burnley... they really have NOTHING to live for at the moment and are utterly and completely dependent upon Burnley dropping points just to give them a reason to get out of bed. What a sorry shambles of a club with an embarrassingly jealous support.. Over the last 10 games Burnley have stretched the points gap from 8 to 13 over Blackburn and in the process got some tough games out of the way. With only one loss in 16 league games its looking good, while our dear neighbours, Laughingstock FC are routed in mid-table with an abysmal away record that could well plumb new depths come Saturday at 5pm. Cairney is a decent player who looks out of place when surrounded by 10 headless chickens, Hull can see he has value and so will put a price on him which means Blackburn will have to say bye bye. It's all downhill in the new year for the Rovers with no Rhodes or Cairney, but you can bet your boots the no-dads will be bumming up Rudy "the Hat" Gesticulate before long as their new saviour given that DJ Gamble is otherwise engaged and Best is not up to the job. If Carlsberg did seasons...[/p][/quote]Loving that quote on jealous you are so Green hence why you eat sleep dream Blackburn Rovers. buckoff

2:05pm Tue 17 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

A Darener wrote:
FFP applies to max loses. Owners can invest in the club as much equity as they are prepared to put in. So if the Venky's wish to spend money on players they are free to do so.
I'm afraid you are in for a big shock my friend. Maybe I didn't make it clear enough, let me define financial meltdown for you...

"By the 2015/16 season, losses in the Championship can be no more than £5m and shareholders are only permitted to invest £3m of their own cash.

Blackburn Rovers are top of the list of the clubs at risk of incurring penalties. Their announced losses for last year were £36.5 million which included £3.5m on agent's fees. At the very least they will face a transfer embargo.

Their accounts reveal a £27.3m drop in turnover and a worrying 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. There was an operating loss of £24.3m.

They also show that the club's net debt has risen from £24.5m to £54.5m. While most of the loss in turnover was due to the disappearance of Premier League payments, £1.1m was down to a sharp drop in average attendances from 22,591 to 14,997 last season. Attendances have since fallen further during the 2013/14 season.

The club’s overall debt of £54.5m consists of a £36.1m loan from Venky’s, plus a £13.7m loan from the State Bank of India, which must be repaid within 12 months.

Chief executive Derek Show commented, 'We can't keep these type of losses up. It is very, very difficult.'The way forward is far from clear.

The drop in commercial, media and gate revenue could see the club forced to sell £8m club record signing Jordan Rhodes in January in order to reduce losses."


To sum it up for you, Blackburn Rovers face fierce penalties if they post a loss in excess of £8m for the current financial year.

Read it and weep no-dads, the free ride ends here....

http://www.bbc.co.uk
/sport/0/football/24
787872
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: FFP applies to max loses. Owners can invest in the club as much equity as they are prepared to put in. So if the Venky's wish to spend money on players they are free to do so.[/p][/quote]I'm afraid you are in for a big shock my friend. Maybe I didn't make it clear enough, let me define financial meltdown for you... "By the 2015/16 season, losses in the Championship can be no more than £5m and shareholders are only permitted to invest £3m of their own cash. Blackburn Rovers are top of the list of the clubs at risk of incurring penalties. Their announced losses for last year were £36.5 million which included £3.5m on agent's fees. At the very least they will face a transfer embargo. Their accounts reveal a £27.3m drop in turnover and a worrying 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. There was an operating loss of £24.3m. They also show that the club's net debt has risen from £24.5m to £54.5m. While most of the loss in turnover was due to the disappearance of Premier League payments, £1.1m was down to a sharp drop in average attendances from 22,591 to 14,997 last season. Attendances have since fallen further during the 2013/14 season. The club’s overall debt of £54.5m consists of a £36.1m loan from Venky’s, plus a £13.7m loan from the State Bank of India, which must be repaid within 12 months. Chief executive Derek Show commented, 'We can't keep these type of losses up. It is very, very difficult.'The way forward is far from clear. The drop in commercial, media and gate revenue could see the club forced to sell £8m club record signing Jordan Rhodes in January in order to reduce losses." To sum it up for you, Blackburn Rovers face fierce penalties if they post a loss in excess of £8m for the current financial year. Read it and weep no-dads, the free ride ends here.... http://www.bbc.co.uk /sport/0/football/24 787872 we.love.u.venkys

2:58pm Tue 17 Dec 13

wolsty says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
A Darener wrote:
FFP applies to max loses. Owners can invest in the club as much equity as they are prepared to put in. So if the Venky's wish to spend money on players they are free to do so.
I'm afraid you are in for a big shock my friend. Maybe I didn't make it clear enough, let me define financial meltdown for you...

"By the 2015/16 season, losses in the Championship can be no more than £5m and shareholders are only permitted to invest £3m of their own cash.

Blackburn Rovers are top of the list of the clubs at risk of incurring penalties. Their announced losses for last year were £36.5 million which included £3.5m on agent's fees. At the very least they will face a transfer embargo.

Their accounts reveal a £27.3m drop in turnover and a worrying 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. There was an operating loss of £24.3m.

They also show that the club's net debt has risen from £24.5m to £54.5m. While most of the loss in turnover was due to the disappearance of Premier League payments, £1.1m was down to a sharp drop in average attendances from 22,591 to 14,997 last season. Attendances have since fallen further during the 2013/14 season.

The club’s overall debt of £54.5m consists of a £36.1m loan from Venky’s, plus a £13.7m loan from the State Bank of India, which must be repaid within 12 months.

Chief executive Derek Show commented, 'We can't keep these type of losses up. It is very, very difficult.'The way forward is far from clear.

The drop in commercial, media and gate revenue could see the club forced to sell £8m club record signing Jordan Rhodes in January in order to reduce losses."


To sum it up for you, Blackburn Rovers face fierce penalties if they post a loss in excess of £8m for the current financial year.

Read it and weep no-dads, the free ride ends here....

http://www.bbc.co.uk

/sport/0/football/24

787872
See all the kids from nursery have finished for Xmas,we got more money than you ? no you haven't we have,we got better players than you, no you haven't we have its so sad for both sets of so called supporters,Ings on his way to Liverpool so the papers down south say? how true~??? and don't say he's under contract,as you all know or should know contracts mean nothing in this day and beyond.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: FFP applies to max loses. Owners can invest in the club as much equity as they are prepared to put in. So if the Venky's wish to spend money on players they are free to do so.[/p][/quote]I'm afraid you are in for a big shock my friend. Maybe I didn't make it clear enough, let me define financial meltdown for you... "By the 2015/16 season, losses in the Championship can be no more than £5m and shareholders are only permitted to invest £3m of their own cash. Blackburn Rovers are top of the list of the clubs at risk of incurring penalties. Their announced losses for last year were £36.5 million which included £3.5m on agent's fees. At the very least they will face a transfer embargo. Their accounts reveal a £27.3m drop in turnover and a worrying 136.1 per cent wages-to-turnover ratio for the year ending 2013, with wages totalling £36.6m. There was an operating loss of £24.3m. They also show that the club's net debt has risen from £24.5m to £54.5m. While most of the loss in turnover was due to the disappearance of Premier League payments, £1.1m was down to a sharp drop in average attendances from 22,591 to 14,997 last season. Attendances have since fallen further during the 2013/14 season. The club’s overall debt of £54.5m consists of a £36.1m loan from Venky’s, plus a £13.7m loan from the State Bank of India, which must be repaid within 12 months. Chief executive Derek Show commented, 'We can't keep these type of losses up. It is very, very difficult.'The way forward is far from clear. The drop in commercial, media and gate revenue could see the club forced to sell £8m club record signing Jordan Rhodes in January in order to reduce losses." To sum it up for you, Blackburn Rovers face fierce penalties if they post a loss in excess of £8m for the current financial year. Read it and weep no-dads, the free ride ends here.... http://www.bbc.co.uk /sport/0/football/24 787872[/p][/quote]See all the kids from nursery have finished for Xmas,we got more money than you ? no you haven't we have,we got better players than you, no you haven't we have its so sad for both sets of so called supporters,Ings on his way to Liverpool so the papers down south say? how true~??? and don't say he's under contract,as you all know or should know contracts mean nothing in this day and beyond. wolsty

3:20pm Tue 17 Dec 13

drunken donut says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history.
You have to admit though, I do have a valid point. And just because you don't like it being made by a Burnley fan doesn't make it less valid.

Only saying.
Form is temporary, class is permanent.
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history.[/p][/quote]You have to admit though, I do have a valid point. And just because you don't like it being made by a Burnley fan doesn't make it less valid. Only saying.[/p][/quote]Form is temporary, class is permanent. drunken donut

3:47pm Tue 17 Dec 13

jim 2012 says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
jack01 wrote:
No doubt that Hull are prepared to let him go. But I would think given Cairney is nearing the end of his contract they will be looking to sell him in January to get some cash in rather than send him out on loan again and lose him for nothing in the summer.

The big challenge for Rovers is going to be finding some spare cash lying around which they can use to get Cairney in on a permanent deal. We need to have a deal lined up now so we can move quickly at the start of January.

Any messing around from Rovers or Venkys and they will probably lose him. There will be other clubs in the Championship aware of his ability and possible availability and will step in if we don't.
Tell me where your "spare cash" is going to come from when you're losing three million quid a month?

Jesus, even when it's right in front of your face you can't see it.

You lot really do have a special place in the upper echelons of football dickheadery.
"spare cash will come from down the back of billionaires venkys settee
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: No doubt that Hull are prepared to let him go. But I would think given Cairney is nearing the end of his contract they will be looking to sell him in January to get some cash in rather than send him out on loan again and lose him for nothing in the summer. The big challenge for Rovers is going to be finding some spare cash lying around which they can use to get Cairney in on a permanent deal. We need to have a deal lined up now so we can move quickly at the start of January. Any messing around from Rovers or Venkys and they will probably lose him. There will be other clubs in the Championship aware of his ability and possible availability and will step in if we don't.[/p][/quote]Tell me where your "spare cash" is going to come from when you're losing three million quid a month? Jesus, even when it's right in front of your face you can't see it. You lot really do have a special place in the upper echelons of football dickheadery.[/p][/quote]"spare cash will come from down the back of billionaires venkys settee jim 2012

3:49pm Tue 17 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

drunken donut wrote:
You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history.
You have to admit though, I do have a valid point. And just because you don't like it being made by a Burnley fan doesn't make it less valid.

Only saying.
Form is temporary, class is permanent.
Class?

Match fixing allegations, a youth coach accused of assaulting trainees with "the glove", Indian Chicken farmers running the show, Shebby Singh, six managerial changes in one season, £56 million in debt?

You are one classy football club.
[quote][p][bold]drunken donut[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history.[/p][/quote]You have to admit though, I do have a valid point. And just because you don't like it being made by a Burnley fan doesn't make it less valid. Only saying.[/p][/quote]Form is temporary, class is permanent.[/p][/quote]Class? Match fixing allegations, a youth coach accused of assaulting trainees with "the glove", Indian Chicken farmers running the show, Shebby Singh, six managerial changes in one season, £56 million in debt? You are one classy football club. we.love.u.venkys

3:57pm Tue 17 Dec 13

wolsty says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
drunken donut wrote:
You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history.
You have to admit though, I do have a valid point. And just because you don't like it being made by a Burnley fan doesn't make it less valid.

Only saying.
Form is temporary, class is permanent.
Class?

Match fixing allegations, a youth coach accused of assaulting trainees with "the glove", Indian Chicken farmers running the show, Shebby Singh, six managerial changes in one season, £56 million in debt?

You are one classy football club.
And we WON the Premier League more than you lot will ever do
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]drunken donut[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history.[/p][/quote]You have to admit though, I do have a valid point. And just because you don't like it being made by a Burnley fan doesn't make it less valid. Only saying.[/p][/quote]Form is temporary, class is permanent.[/p][/quote]Class? Match fixing allegations, a youth coach accused of assaulting trainees with "the glove", Indian Chicken farmers running the show, Shebby Singh, six managerial changes in one season, £56 million in debt? You are one classy football club.[/p][/quote]And we WON the Premier League more than you lot will ever do wolsty

4:06pm Tue 17 Dec 13

mauled1904 says...

razwoods78 wrote:
Keeping him is a must. Been one of, if not our most consistent performer this season. He, along with the return of Evans and a fully fit Rochina will be key to a potential play off push.

Onwards and Upwards
Reports today are showing Celtic are interested in him and we're interested in Samaras, so it's looking like we're trying to broker a deal with them
[quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: Keeping him is a must. Been one of, if not our most consistent performer this season. He, along with the return of Evans and a fully fit Rochina will be key to a potential play off push. Onwards and Upwards[/p][/quote]Reports today are showing Celtic are interested in him and we're interested in Samaras, so it's looking like we're trying to broker a deal with them mauled1904

4:10pm Tue 17 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

wolsty wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
drunken donut wrote:
You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history.
You have to admit though, I do have a valid point. And just because you don't like it being made by a Burnley fan doesn't make it less valid.

Only saying.
Form is temporary, class is permanent.
Class?

Match fixing allegations, a youth coach accused of assaulting trainees with "the glove", Indian Chicken farmers running the show, Shebby Singh, six managerial changes in one season, £56 million in debt?

You are one classy football club.
And we WON the Premier League more than you lot will ever do
We've already won the top division in English football twice Mungo, go check the history books before you mouth off like that again you imbecile. Also we didn't buy the League with the ill-gotten life savings of a senile old man, so I guess that makes us the better club doesn't it.

I notice you fail to defend the shambolic acts currently alleged at your club. Sometimes its hard to defend that which is indefensible.
[quote][p][bold]wolsty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]drunken donut[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Opinions on footballing matters are one thing your contributions to these pages can not in the least be classed as opinions, just the rantings of a sad supporter of a team long living in the shadow of its superior neighbour, who just so happen to be going through a temporary blip in their long history.[/p][/quote]You have to admit though, I do have a valid point. And just because you don't like it being made by a Burnley fan doesn't make it less valid. Only saying.[/p][/quote]Form is temporary, class is permanent.[/p][/quote]Class? Match fixing allegations, a youth coach accused of assaulting trainees with "the glove", Indian Chicken farmers running the show, Shebby Singh, six managerial changes in one season, £56 million in debt? You are one classy football club.[/p][/quote]And we WON the Premier League more than you lot will ever do[/p][/quote]We've already won the top division in English football twice Mungo, go check the history books before you mouth off like that again you imbecile. Also we didn't buy the League with the ill-gotten life savings of a senile old man, so I guess that makes us the better club doesn't it. I notice you fail to defend the shambolic acts currently alleged at your club. Sometimes its hard to defend that which is indefensible. we.love.u.venkys

6:05pm Tue 17 Dec 13

tall in the saddle says...

jack01 wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Just reading some of the comments on these articles and loving how the no-dads are celebrating being JUST thirteen points behind Burnley... they really have NOTHING to live for at the moment and are utterly and completely dependent upon Burnley dropping points just to give them a reason to get out of bed. What a sorry shambles of a club with an embarrassingly jealous support..

Over the last 10 games Burnley have stretched the points gap from 8 to 13 over Blackburn and in the process got some tough games out of the way. With only one loss in 16 league games its looking good, while our dear neighbours, Laughingstock FC are routed in mid-table with an abysmal away record that could well plumb new depths come Saturday at 5pm.

Cairney is a decent player who looks out of place when surrounded by 10 headless chickens, Hull can see he has value and so will put a price on him which means Blackburn will have to say bye bye.

It's all downhill in the new year for the Rovers with no Rhodes or Cairney, but you can bet your boots the no-dads will be bumming up Rudy "the Hat" Gesticulate before long as their new saviour given that DJ Gamble is otherwise engaged and Best is not up to the job.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Who's celebrating? The only celebrations I can see are the Neanderthal Dingles who have just worked out that after three generations of waiting you've managed the mighty achievement of being above Blackburn in the league. In a world where your club has achieved nothing of any significance for 50 years, six months out of 30 years above Blackburn is well worthy of celebration!

One loss in 16 maybe, or the other way of looking at it is one win in 8.

Hull clearly haven't 'seen his value' hence why Bruce let him out on loan for 6 months and hasn't yet offered him a new contract. Their ability to 'price' clubs out of the market is non-existent. They either take what they get offered now or lose him for nowt in the summer (similar situation to what Burnley faced with Austin and why they ended up with the £3 million rather than the £7 million they wanted).

Premier League clubs will be sniffing around in January for strikers. If its a choice between Rhodes (£10 million and 30k weekly wages) or Ings (£5 million and 15k weekly wages) which do you think is more likely to go? We all know Burnley WILL sell as its the only way they can reduce those losses with zero external investment.
I’m pleased you don’t do any of my valuations. Rhodes worth twice what Ings is??? Rhodes is a good striker but dear me I can’t figure out how youv’e worked this one out. By the way Ings has been scouted a lot this season has Rhodes?
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Just reading some of the comments on these articles and loving how the no-dads are celebrating being JUST thirteen points behind Burnley... they really have NOTHING to live for at the moment and are utterly and completely dependent upon Burnley dropping points just to give them a reason to get out of bed. What a sorry shambles of a club with an embarrassingly jealous support.. Over the last 10 games Burnley have stretched the points gap from 8 to 13 over Blackburn and in the process got some tough games out of the way. With only one loss in 16 league games its looking good, while our dear neighbours, Laughingstock FC are routed in mid-table with an abysmal away record that could well plumb new depths come Saturday at 5pm. Cairney is a decent player who looks out of place when surrounded by 10 headless chickens, Hull can see he has value and so will put a price on him which means Blackburn will have to say bye bye. It's all downhill in the new year for the Rovers with no Rhodes or Cairney, but you can bet your boots the no-dads will be bumming up Rudy "the Hat" Gesticulate before long as their new saviour given that DJ Gamble is otherwise engaged and Best is not up to the job. If Carlsberg did seasons...[/p][/quote]Who's celebrating? The only celebrations I can see are the Neanderthal Dingles who have just worked out that after three generations of waiting you've managed the mighty achievement of being above Blackburn in the league. In a world where your club has achieved nothing of any significance for 50 years, six months out of 30 years above Blackburn is well worthy of celebration! One loss in 16 maybe, or the other way of looking at it is one win in 8. Hull clearly haven't 'seen his value' hence why Bruce let him out on loan for 6 months and hasn't yet offered him a new contract. Their ability to 'price' clubs out of the market is non-existent. They either take what they get offered now or lose him for nowt in the summer (similar situation to what Burnley faced with Austin and why they ended up with the £3 million rather than the £7 million they wanted). Premier League clubs will be sniffing around in January for strikers. If its a choice between Rhodes (£10 million and 30k weekly wages) or Ings (£5 million and 15k weekly wages) which do you think is more likely to go? We all know Burnley WILL sell as its the only way they can reduce those losses with zero external investment.[/p][/quote]I’m pleased you don’t do any of my valuations. Rhodes worth twice what Ings is??? Rhodes is a good striker but dear me I can’t figure out how youv’e worked this one out. By the way Ings has been scouted a lot this season has Rhodes? tall in the saddle

6:12pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Tugay's Understudy says...

A transfer embargo will not hit us til 2015 is that not correct? Well, I hope Venky's **** some money this January then and we go for a promotion push, if not, try same again in Summer and go from there.

What Burnley fans fail to realise is that we have a squad of quality players who would command a higher fee than what we paid for them. If things got so desperate we could easily sell a number of players and comply with FFP, which although not ideal, is not the financial meltdown that dingle fans are talking about.

Is administration looming in the near future? No. Do we have a better squad than Burnley? Yes. Are Burnley 90% certain to sell Ings in January and fail to replace him? Yes. Rhodes is almost certain to stay, but what's funny is we could sell him, buy Ings and have £7mill left over to cover our debts. We'd probably pay him double what you do anyway you silly dingles.

I also heard one of the six fingered lot refer to us as jumped up nobodies...??? Coming from a club with Conference North facilities who have lived forever in our shadow. To cut it short, your tinpot club will waiver and your lack of depth will result in mediocrity below Rovers once more. I don't blame you for giving us grief since it's the first time you've ever been in the position to do so, but the world works in funny ways, all this gloating will come to give you a firm bite on your backsides.
A transfer embargo will not hit us til 2015 is that not correct? Well, I hope Venky's **** some money this January then and we go for a promotion push, if not, try same again in Summer and go from there. What Burnley fans fail to realise is that we have a squad of quality players who would command a higher fee than what we paid for them. If things got so desperate we could easily sell a number of players and comply with FFP, which although not ideal, is not the financial meltdown that dingle fans are talking about. Is administration looming in the near future? No. Do we have a better squad than Burnley? Yes. Are Burnley 90% certain to sell Ings in January and fail to replace him? Yes. Rhodes is almost certain to stay, but what's funny is we could sell him, buy Ings and have £7mill left over to cover our debts. We'd probably pay him double what you do anyway you silly dingles. I also heard one of the six fingered lot refer to us as jumped up nobodies...??? Coming from a club with Conference North facilities who have lived forever in our shadow. To cut it short, your tinpot club will waiver and your lack of depth will result in mediocrity below Rovers once more. I don't blame you for giving us grief since it's the first time you've ever been in the position to do so, but the world works in funny ways, all this gloating will come to give you a firm bite on your backsides. Tugay's Understudy

6:21pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

@ the Troll Dingle, oh where to begin...
Confucius say when in the sh 1 t only the depth varies...
FFP, we already qualify for the enbargo, they cant give us two so Venkys can spend as much as they like without further punisment
The next sanction is a fine IF we go up, calculated on the loss differential, now that could be 100 % of the loss but it wont be for several reasons, the FA will not want to bankrupt any club for a start. Hands up anyone who thinks they will, yep just the thick dingles in the corner
There is no sanction for points deduction under FFP, ONLY for administration
AND finally there is no provision for all 3 sanctions to be applied at once as you Hill Trolls try to infer
So my thick friends, we have nothing much left to lose and a sh 1t or bust effort is possible come January if our owners decide its worth the gamble..and they really are daft enough to do it as we all know
Finally, the moral high ground is not for you to take, not when you had a convicted drug dealer on your books, convicted for selling to school kids at the gates, one example for YOUR glasshouse, do you want more?
So to quote you, wind your pencil neck in and worry about the next phase of a very interesting season, see what happens to your shower by May
Thats when points win prizes.....
@ the Troll Dingle, oh where to begin... Confucius say when in the sh 1 t only the depth varies... FFP, we already qualify for the enbargo, they cant give us two so Venkys can spend as much as they like without further punisment The next sanction is a fine IF we go up, calculated on the loss differential, now that could be 100 % of the loss but it wont be for several reasons, the FA will not want to bankrupt any club for a start. Hands up anyone who thinks they will, yep just the thick dingles in the corner There is no sanction for points deduction under FFP, ONLY for administration AND finally there is no provision for all 3 sanctions to be applied at once as you Hill Trolls try to infer So my thick friends, we have nothing much left to lose and a sh 1t or bust effort is possible come January if our owners decide its worth the gamble..and they really are daft enough to do it as we all know Finally, the moral high ground is not for you to take, not when you had a convicted drug dealer on your books, convicted for selling to school kids at the gates, one example for YOUR glasshouse, do you want more? So to quote you, wind your pencil neck in and worry about the next phase of a very interesting season, see what happens to your shower by May Thats when points win prizes..... Wild Rover

6:27pm Tue 17 Dec 13

owd nick says...

A point that most people continue to forget is that apart from an £11 million pound overdraft with the clubs (and owners) bankers the remaining debts are all owed to Venky's as a zero interest loan with no set time for repayment.

From what I can tell we don't owe anyone else a single penny.

Now I don't know how that stands with Fair Play, but I would guess that the people who own us, who are actually billionaire's running profitable companies all around the world, will have their financial people looking at it.

So to the Burnley troll, worry about your own pathetic little club, with the accent on little.
A point that most people continue to forget is that apart from an £11 million pound overdraft with the clubs (and owners) bankers the remaining debts are all owed to Venky's as a zero interest loan with no set time for repayment. From what I can tell we don't owe anyone else a single penny. Now I don't know how that stands with Fair Play, but I would guess that the people who own us, who are actually billionaire's running profitable companies all around the world, will have their financial people looking at it. So to the Burnley troll, worry about your own pathetic little club, with the accent on little. owd nick

6:42pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

WLUV, yes Mungo Burnley did indeed win the old Div 1, most recently in 1960.
And with some great players like Alex Elder, Jimmy Mac and Ray Pointer, to name a few . Great days those and I saw them all play often as my Uncle was well connected at BFC in the 60,s and 70 's
But Rovers have won that Trophy more often and also the Premiership
That trophy is awsome, I can mail you a photo of it in our trophy cabinet if you like
Got to promise not to cry though!
As Arnie said, we'll be back. I know it was I but poetic licence etc
WLUV, yes Mungo Burnley did indeed win the old Div 1, most recently in 1960. And with some great players like Alex Elder, Jimmy Mac and Ray Pointer, to name a few . Great days those and I saw them all play often as my Uncle was well connected at BFC in the 60,s and 70 's But Rovers have won that Trophy more often and also the Premiership That trophy is awsome, I can mail you a photo of it in our trophy cabinet if you like Got to promise not to cry though! As Arnie said, we'll be back. I know it was I but poetic licence etc Wild Rover

6:42pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Angry From Accrington says...

A Darener wrote:
YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't.
Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in!
Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't. Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in![/p][/quote]Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more. Angry From Accrington

6:46pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Angry From Accrington says...

greenscreener wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Your point was were is the money going to come from? To answer that. From the Venky's. Does that answer your question?
I've said it before, Swap him for Leon Best.

Bruce bought Huddlestone and Livermore for his midfield, he doesn't rate Cairney enough to give him a new good contract.

Best isn't going to play for Blackburn again, he needs a new club to get his career going again, but his wages will put off any buyer unless he goes without a fee.
I agree. Steve Bruce was stupid enough to nearly sign Campbell and Best is marginally less smelly.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Your point was were is the money going to come from? To answer that. From the Venky's. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]I've said it before, Swap him for Leon Best. Bruce bought Huddlestone and Livermore for his midfield, he doesn't rate Cairney enough to give him a new good contract. Best isn't going to play for Blackburn again, he needs a new club to get his career going again, but his wages will put off any buyer unless he goes without a fee.[/p][/quote]I agree. Steve Bruce was stupid enough to nearly sign Campbell and Best is marginally less smelly. Angry From Accrington

7:04pm Tue 17 Dec 13

baldie says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Just reading some of the comments on these articles and loving how the no-dads are celebrating being JUST thirteen points behind Burnley... they really have NOTHING to live for at the moment and are utterly and completely dependent upon Burnley dropping points just to give them a reason to get out of bed. What a sorry shambles of a club with an embarrassingly jealous support..

Over the last 10 games Burnley have stretched the points gap from 8 to 13 over Blackburn and in the process got some tough games out of the way. With only one loss in 16 league games its looking good, while our dear neighbours, Laughingstock FC are routed in mid-table with an abysmal away record that could well plumb new depths come Saturday at 5pm.

Cairney is a decent player who looks out of place when surrounded by 10 headless chickens, Hull can see he has value and so will put a price on him which means Blackburn will have to say bye bye.

It's all downhill in the new year for the Rovers with no Rhodes or Cairney, but you can bet your boots the no-dads will be bumming up Rudy "the Hat" Gesticulate before long as their new saviour given that DJ Gamble is otherwise engaged and Best is not up to the job.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Hey up,welcome back Judith Charmers.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Just reading some of the comments on these articles and loving how the no-dads are celebrating being JUST thirteen points behind Burnley... they really have NOTHING to live for at the moment and are utterly and completely dependent upon Burnley dropping points just to give them a reason to get out of bed. What a sorry shambles of a club with an embarrassingly jealous support.. Over the last 10 games Burnley have stretched the points gap from 8 to 13 over Blackburn and in the process got some tough games out of the way. With only one loss in 16 league games its looking good, while our dear neighbours, Laughingstock FC are routed in mid-table with an abysmal away record that could well plumb new depths come Saturday at 5pm. Cairney is a decent player who looks out of place when surrounded by 10 headless chickens, Hull can see he has value and so will put a price on him which means Blackburn will have to say bye bye. It's all downhill in the new year for the Rovers with no Rhodes or Cairney, but you can bet your boots the no-dads will be bumming up Rudy "the Hat" Gesticulate before long as their new saviour given that DJ Gamble is otherwise engaged and Best is not up to the job. If Carlsberg did seasons...[/p][/quote]Hey up,welcome back Judith Charmers. baldie

7:12pm Tue 17 Dec 13

baldie says...

Wild Rover wrote:
@ the Troll Dingle, oh where to begin...
Confucius say when in the sh 1 t only the depth varies...
FFP, we already qualify for the enbargo, they cant give us two so Venkys can spend as much as they like without further punisment
The next sanction is a fine IF we go up, calculated on the loss differential, now that could be 100 % of the loss but it wont be for several reasons, the FA will not want to bankrupt any club for a start. Hands up anyone who thinks they will, yep just the thick dingles in the corner
There is no sanction for points deduction under FFP, ONLY for administration
AND finally there is no provision for all 3 sanctions to be applied at once as you Hill Trolls try to infer
So my thick friends, we have nothing much left to lose and a sh 1t or bust effort is possible come January if our owners decide its worth the gamble..and they really are daft enough to do it as we all know
Finally, the moral high ground is not for you to take, not when you had a convicted drug dealer on your books, convicted for selling to school kids at the gates, one example for YOUR glasshouse, do you want more?
So to quote you, wind your pencil neck in and worry about the next phase of a very interesting season, see what happens to your shower by May
Thats when points win prizes.....
Don't forget the ironing board shoplifter.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: @ the Troll Dingle, oh where to begin... Confucius say when in the sh 1 t only the depth varies... FFP, we already qualify for the enbargo, they cant give us two so Venkys can spend as much as they like without further punisment The next sanction is a fine IF we go up, calculated on the loss differential, now that could be 100 % of the loss but it wont be for several reasons, the FA will not want to bankrupt any club for a start. Hands up anyone who thinks they will, yep just the thick dingles in the corner There is no sanction for points deduction under FFP, ONLY for administration AND finally there is no provision for all 3 sanctions to be applied at once as you Hill Trolls try to infer So my thick friends, we have nothing much left to lose and a sh 1t or bust effort is possible come January if our owners decide its worth the gamble..and they really are daft enough to do it as we all know Finally, the moral high ground is not for you to take, not when you had a convicted drug dealer on your books, convicted for selling to school kids at the gates, one example for YOUR glasshouse, do you want more? So to quote you, wind your pencil neck in and worry about the next phase of a very interesting season, see what happens to your shower by May Thats when points win prizes.....[/p][/quote]Don't forget the ironing board shoplifter. baldie

8:11pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Stone Island: says...

baldie wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
@ the Troll Dingle, oh where to begin...
Confucius say when in the sh 1 t only the depth varies...
FFP, we already qualify for the enbargo, they cant give us two so Venkys can spend as much as they like without further punisment
The next sanction is a fine IF we go up, calculated on the loss differential, now that could be 100 % of the loss but it wont be for several reasons, the FA will not want to bankrupt any club for a start. Hands up anyone who thinks they will, yep just the thick dingles in the corner
There is no sanction for points deduction under FFP, ONLY for administration
AND finally there is no provision for all 3 sanctions to be applied at once as you Hill Trolls try to infer
So my thick friends, we have nothing much left to lose and a sh 1t or bust effort is possible come January if our owners decide its worth the gamble..and they really are daft enough to do it as we all know
Finally, the moral high ground is not for you to take, not when you had a convicted drug dealer on your books, convicted for selling to school kids at the gates, one example for YOUR glasshouse, do you want more?
So to quote you, wind your pencil neck in and worry about the next phase of a very interesting season, see what happens to your shower by May
Thats when points win prizes.....
Don't forget the ironing board shoplifter.
Ooooooo George Oghani!
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: @ the Troll Dingle, oh where to begin... Confucius say when in the sh 1 t only the depth varies... FFP, we already qualify for the enbargo, they cant give us two so Venkys can spend as much as they like without further punisment The next sanction is a fine IF we go up, calculated on the loss differential, now that could be 100 % of the loss but it wont be for several reasons, the FA will not want to bankrupt any club for a start. Hands up anyone who thinks they will, yep just the thick dingles in the corner There is no sanction for points deduction under FFP, ONLY for administration AND finally there is no provision for all 3 sanctions to be applied at once as you Hill Trolls try to infer So my thick friends, we have nothing much left to lose and a sh 1t or bust effort is possible come January if our owners decide its worth the gamble..and they really are daft enough to do it as we all know Finally, the moral high ground is not for you to take, not when you had a convicted drug dealer on your books, convicted for selling to school kids at the gates, one example for YOUR glasshouse, do you want more? So to quote you, wind your pencil neck in and worry about the next phase of a very interesting season, see what happens to your shower by May Thats when points win prizes.....[/p][/quote]Don't forget the ironing board shoplifter.[/p][/quote]Ooooooo George Oghani! Stone Island:

8:13pm Tue 17 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
A Darener wrote:
YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't.
Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in!
Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.
I have been mulling over this argument for a while now since some of you holier than thou "fans/supporters" brought up the fact that I and many others don't line the pockets of the Venky's anymore, so can't be considered fans or supporters. My conclusion is, I will consider myself as a follower of the Rovers. Both the club and team. I will "follow" their every game. I will comment on my opinions of those games, even though I don't actually see them except on tv, or the internet and only read about them in the various press reports. I will comment on others opinions of both Rovers and Dingles fans. Once the Venky's have left I will instantly return to being a "supporter" irrespective of what division we happen to be at the time.
I respect the opinions of all sides of the argument including those that still spend money on the Venky's. It is every persons right to hold opinions many of which may be at variance with mine, but I do respect their right to express them, even if they are wrong.
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't. Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in![/p][/quote]Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.[/p][/quote]I have been mulling over this argument for a while now since some of you holier than thou "fans/supporters" brought up the fact that I and many others don't line the pockets of the Venky's anymore, so can't be considered fans or supporters. My conclusion is, I will consider myself as a follower of the Rovers. Both the club and team. I will "follow" their every game. I will comment on my opinions of those games, even though I don't actually see them except on tv, or the internet and only read about them in the various press reports. I will comment on others opinions of both Rovers and Dingles fans. Once the Venky's have left I will instantly return to being a "supporter" irrespective of what division we happen to be at the time. I respect the opinions of all sides of the argument including those that still spend money on the Venky's. It is every persons right to hold opinions many of which may be at variance with mine, but I do respect their right to express them, even if they are wrong. A Darener

8:46pm Tue 17 Dec 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

Tugay's Understudy wrote:
A transfer embargo will not hit us til 2015 is that not correct? Well, I hope Venky's **** some money this January then and we go for a promotion push, if not, try same again in Summer and go from there.

What Burnley fans fail to realise is that we have a squad of quality players who would command a higher fee than what we paid for them. If things got so desperate we could easily sell a number of players and comply with FFP, which although not ideal, is not the financial meltdown that dingle fans are talking about.

Is administration looming in the near future? No. Do we have a better squad than Burnley? Yes. Are Burnley 90% certain to sell Ings in January and fail to replace him? Yes. Rhodes is almost certain to stay, but what's funny is we could sell him, buy Ings and have £7mill left over to cover our debts. We'd probably pay him double what you do anyway you silly dingles.

I also heard one of the six fingered lot refer to us as jumped up nobodies...??? Coming from a club with Conference North facilities who have lived forever in our shadow. To cut it short, your tinpot club will waiver and your lack of depth will result in mediocrity below Rovers once more. I don't blame you for giving us grief since it's the first time you've ever been in the position to do so, but the world works in funny ways, all this gloating will come to give you a firm bite on your backsides.
Too gay's Underpants, have you realised that you still owe Huddersfield the best part of 5 million quid for Rhodes? Plus you were dumb enough to agree to also give them 20% of any profit you make on him as a sell on fee, so by the time you've coughed up all the dosh you owe for him you'll be left with next to F all.

I don't think you understand what FFP means do you? You'd have to sell your entire squad and Brockhall to even begin to make a dent in your ever increasing debt.

Congratulations, you've joined the growing list of no dads who have to take their todgers out to count to eleven.
[quote][p][bold]Tugay's Understudy[/bold] wrote: A transfer embargo will not hit us til 2015 is that not correct? Well, I hope Venky's **** some money this January then and we go for a promotion push, if not, try same again in Summer and go from there. What Burnley fans fail to realise is that we have a squad of quality players who would command a higher fee than what we paid for them. If things got so desperate we could easily sell a number of players and comply with FFP, which although not ideal, is not the financial meltdown that dingle fans are talking about. Is administration looming in the near future? No. Do we have a better squad than Burnley? Yes. Are Burnley 90% certain to sell Ings in January and fail to replace him? Yes. Rhodes is almost certain to stay, but what's funny is we could sell him, buy Ings and have £7mill left over to cover our debts. We'd probably pay him double what you do anyway you silly dingles. I also heard one of the six fingered lot refer to us as jumped up nobodies...??? Coming from a club with Conference North facilities who have lived forever in our shadow. To cut it short, your tinpot club will waiver and your lack of depth will result in mediocrity below Rovers once more. I don't blame you for giving us grief since it's the first time you've ever been in the position to do so, but the world works in funny ways, all this gloating will come to give you a firm bite on your backsides.[/p][/quote]Too gay's Underpants, have you realised that you still owe Huddersfield the best part of 5 million quid for Rhodes? Plus you were dumb enough to agree to also give them 20% of any profit you make on him as a sell on fee, so by the time you've coughed up all the dosh you owe for him you'll be left with next to F all. I don't think you understand what FFP means do you? You'd have to sell your entire squad and Brockhall to even begin to make a dent in your ever increasing debt. Congratulations, you've joined the growing list of no dads who have to take their todgers out to count to eleven. You're not mugging me off that easily

8:52pm Tue 17 Dec 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
A Darener wrote:
YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't.
Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in!
Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.
YEAH.......What angry just said !!!!
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't. Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in![/p][/quote]Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.[/p][/quote]YEAH.......What angry just said !!!! You're not mugging me off that easily

8:56pm Tue 17 Dec 13

A Darener says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
A Darener wrote:
YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't.
Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in!
Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.
YEAH.......What angry just said !!!!
No but I am a "follower". .....see above. Comment.
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't. Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in![/p][/quote]Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.[/p][/quote]YEAH.......What angry just said !!!![/p][/quote]No but I am a "follower". .....see above. Comment. A Darener

8:57pm Tue 17 Dec 13

SteppBladder says...

A Darener wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
A Darener wrote:
YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't.
Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in!
Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.
I have been mulling over this argument for a while now since some of you holier than thou "fans/supporter
s" brought up the fact that I and many others don't line the pockets of the Venky's anymore, so can't be considered fans or supporters. My conclusion is, I will consider myself as a follower of the Rovers. Both the club and team. I will "follow" their every game. I will comment on my opinions of those games, even though I don't actually see them except on tv, or the internet and only read about them in the various press reports. I will comment on others opinions of both Rovers and Dingles fans. Once the Venky's have left I will instantly return to being a "supporter" irrespective of what division we happen to be at the time.
I respect the opinions of all sides of the argument including those that still spend money on the Venky's. It is every persons right to hold opinions many of which may be at variance with mine, but I do respect their right to express them, even if they are wrong.
Seems fair enough to me
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't. Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in![/p][/quote]Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.[/p][/quote]I have been mulling over this argument for a while now since some of you holier than thou "fans/supporter s" brought up the fact that I and many others don't line the pockets of the Venky's anymore, so can't be considered fans or supporters. My conclusion is, I will consider myself as a follower of the Rovers. Both the club and team. I will "follow" their every game. I will comment on my opinions of those games, even though I don't actually see them except on tv, or the internet and only read about them in the various press reports. I will comment on others opinions of both Rovers and Dingles fans. Once the Venky's have left I will instantly return to being a "supporter" irrespective of what division we happen to be at the time. I respect the opinions of all sides of the argument including those that still spend money on the Venky's. It is every persons right to hold opinions many of which may be at variance with mine, but I do respect their right to express them, even if they are wrong.[/p][/quote]Seems fair enough to me SteppBladder

9:03pm Tue 17 Dec 13

CasBRFC says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
A Darener wrote:
YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't.
Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in!
Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.
YEAH.......What angry just said !!!!
****.....
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't. Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in![/p][/quote]Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.[/p][/quote]YEAH.......What angry just said !!!![/p][/quote]****..... CasBRFC

9:06pm Tue 17 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Now that every body's position is clear can we get back to the important issues, like football! BRFC in particular.
Now that every body's position is clear can we get back to the important issues, like football! BRFC in particular. A Darener

9:25pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Angry From Accrington says...

A Darener wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
A Darener wrote:
YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't.
Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in!
Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.
I have been mulling over this argument for a while now since some of you holier than thou "fans/supporter
s" brought up the fact that I and many others don't line the pockets of the Venky's anymore, so can't be considered fans or supporters. My conclusion is, I will consider myself as a follower of the Rovers. Both the club and team. I will "follow" their every game. I will comment on my opinions of those games, even though I don't actually see them except on tv, or the internet and only read about them in the various press reports. I will comment on others opinions of both Rovers and Dingles fans. Once the Venky's have left I will instantly return to being a "supporter" irrespective of what division we happen to be at the time.
I respect the opinions of all sides of the argument including those that still spend money on the Venky's. It is every persons right to hold opinions many of which may be at variance with mine, but I do respect their right to express them, even if they are wrong.
I can accept that as long as we understand that distinction between following and supporting is like the distinction between being involved and being committed. It's like the hen and the pig at breakfast time: the hen is involved, the pig is committed.
Go the whole hog and get back down to Ewood. You know you want to!
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't. Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in![/p][/quote]Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.[/p][/quote]I have been mulling over this argument for a while now since some of you holier than thou "fans/supporter s" brought up the fact that I and many others don't line the pockets of the Venky's anymore, so can't be considered fans or supporters. My conclusion is, I will consider myself as a follower of the Rovers. Both the club and team. I will "follow" their every game. I will comment on my opinions of those games, even though I don't actually see them except on tv, or the internet and only read about them in the various press reports. I will comment on others opinions of both Rovers and Dingles fans. Once the Venky's have left I will instantly return to being a "supporter" irrespective of what division we happen to be at the time. I respect the opinions of all sides of the argument including those that still spend money on the Venky's. It is every persons right to hold opinions many of which may be at variance with mine, but I do respect their right to express them, even if they are wrong.[/p][/quote]I can accept that as long as we understand that distinction between following and supporting is like the distinction between being involved and being committed. It's like the hen and the pig at breakfast time: the hen is involved, the pig is committed. Go the whole hog and get back down to Ewood. You know you want to! Angry From Accrington

9:26pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Angry From Accrington says...

A Darener wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
A Darener wrote:
YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't.
Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in!
Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.
I have been mulling over this argument for a while now since some of you holier than thou "fans/supporter
s" brought up the fact that I and many others don't line the pockets of the Venky's anymore, so can't be considered fans or supporters. My conclusion is, I will consider myself as a follower of the Rovers. Both the club and team. I will "follow" their every game. I will comment on my opinions of those games, even though I don't actually see them except on tv, or the internet and only read about them in the various press reports. I will comment on others opinions of both Rovers and Dingles fans. Once the Venky's have left I will instantly return to being a "supporter" irrespective of what division we happen to be at the time.
I respect the opinions of all sides of the argument including those that still spend money on the Venky's. It is every persons right to hold opinions many of which may be at variance with mine, but I do respect their right to express them, even if they are wrong.
I can accept that as long as we understand that distinction between following and supporting is like the distinction between being involved and being committed. It's like the hen and the pig at breakfast time: the hen is involved, the pig is committed.
Go the whole hog and get back down to Ewood. You know you want to!
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: YNMMOTE.....If the Venky's wish to buy him they will. If they don't they won't. Not that it has got anything to do with you. Even though you persist in sticking your nose in![/p][/quote]Well for that matter, what's it got to do with you? You're not a supporter any more.[/p][/quote]I have been mulling over this argument for a while now since some of you holier than thou "fans/supporter s" brought up the fact that I and many others don't line the pockets of the Venky's anymore, so can't be considered fans or supporters. My conclusion is, I will consider myself as a follower of the Rovers. Both the club and team. I will "follow" their every game. I will comment on my opinions of those games, even though I don't actually see them except on tv, or the internet and only read about them in the various press reports. I will comment on others opinions of both Rovers and Dingles fans. Once the Venky's have left I will instantly return to being a "supporter" irrespective of what division we happen to be at the time. I respect the opinions of all sides of the argument including those that still spend money on the Venky's. It is every persons right to hold opinions many of which may be at variance with mine, but I do respect their right to express them, even if they are wrong.[/p][/quote]I can accept that as long as we understand that distinction between following and supporting is like the distinction between being involved and being committed. It's like the hen and the pig at breakfast time: the hen is involved, the pig is committed. Go the whole hog and get back down to Ewood. You know you want to! Angry From Accrington

9:29pm Tue 17 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Love the analogy...brill! But sorry I don't want to be committed, who would care for my daughter? As for wanting to get back down to Ewood, of course I do but sorry, not whilst the Venky's are running the show.
Love the analogy...brill! But sorry I don't want to be committed, who would care for my daughter? As for wanting to get back down to Ewood, of course I do but sorry, not whilst the Venky's are running the show. A Darener

9:59pm Tue 17 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Its funny how panicky the no-dads get when you put the actual figures of the financial tsunami that is about to hit them down in black and white.

They get all grumpy and defensive, stating things like they don't actually owe anyone any money??? and that FFP is nothing to worry about???

Do you honestly believe that? Honestly?

How much more of a mess does your club have to be in before you will hold your hands up and say ok enough is enough, we're f@cked.

Blackburn Rovers are £56 million in debt and losing £3 million a month.... Just say that sentence again slowly in your heads, is it sinking in yet?

Blackburn Rovers LOST £36.5 million in the last financial year. In the next financial year there will be a massive reduction in the parachute payments, meaning an additional £8 million deficit. FFP states that the maximum permitted loss is £5 million with a maximum owner investment of £3 million.

Now I'm no Stephen Hawking but those figures just do not add up. How can you possible think everything is going to be fine? Rhodes WILL be sold along with any other saleable assets. The rules will force a reduction to your massive wage bill. That's what it comes down to.

Never mind, I'm just going to sit back, open another beer and watch your whole sorry shambles of a club implode as per Portsmouth, and I'm sorry but I WILL laugh, and I WILL say I told you so.
Its funny how panicky the no-dads get when you put the actual figures of the financial tsunami that is about to hit them down in black and white. They get all grumpy and defensive, stating things like they don't actually owe anyone any money??? and that FFP is nothing to worry about??? Do you honestly believe that? Honestly? How much more of a mess does your club have to be in before you will hold your hands up and say ok enough is enough, we're f@cked. Blackburn Rovers are £56 million in debt and losing £3 million a month.... Just say that sentence again slowly in your heads, is it sinking in yet? Blackburn Rovers LOST £36.5 million in the last financial year. In the next financial year there will be a massive reduction in the parachute payments, meaning an additional £8 million deficit. FFP states that the maximum permitted loss is £5 million with a maximum owner investment of £3 million. Now I'm no Stephen Hawking but those figures just do not add up. How can you possible think everything is going to be fine? Rhodes WILL be sold along with any other saleable assets. The rules will force a reduction to your massive wage bill. That's what it comes down to. Never mind, I'm just going to sit back, open another beer and watch your whole sorry shambles of a club implode as per Portsmouth, and I'm sorry but I WILL laugh, and I WILL say I told you so. we.love.u.venkys

10:06pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Stone Island: says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Its funny how panicky the no-dads get when you put the actual figures of the financial tsunami that is about to hit them down in black and white.

They get all grumpy and defensive, stating things like they don't actually owe anyone any money??? and that FFP is nothing to worry about???

Do you honestly believe that? Honestly?

How much more of a mess does your club have to be in before you will hold your hands up and say ok enough is enough, we're f@cked.

Blackburn Rovers are £56 million in debt and losing £3 million a month.... Just say that sentence again slowly in your heads, is it sinking in yet?

Blackburn Rovers LOST £36.5 million in the last financial year. In the next financial year there will be a massive reduction in the parachute payments, meaning an additional £8 million deficit. FFP states that the maximum permitted loss is £5 million with a maximum owner investment of £3 million.

Now I'm no Stephen Hawking but those figures just do not add up. How can you possible think everything is going to be fine? Rhodes WILL be sold along with any other saleable assets. The rules will force a reduction to your massive wage bill. That's what it comes down to.

Never mind, I'm just going to sit back, open another beer and watch your whole sorry shambles of a club implode as per Portsmouth, and I'm sorry but I WILL laugh, and I WILL say I told you so.
Are you some kind of fcuking idiot? In fact, don't answer that, everyone knows you are.

You claim to be a Burnley fan, yet you LIVE AND BREATH Blackburn Rovers. What a sad pathetic creature you are. Why don't you get a job? or a wife? or a fcuking life!
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Its funny how panicky the no-dads get when you put the actual figures of the financial tsunami that is about to hit them down in black and white. They get all grumpy and defensive, stating things like they don't actually owe anyone any money??? and that FFP is nothing to worry about??? Do you honestly believe that? Honestly? How much more of a mess does your club have to be in before you will hold your hands up and say ok enough is enough, we're f@cked. Blackburn Rovers are £56 million in debt and losing £3 million a month.... Just say that sentence again slowly in your heads, is it sinking in yet? Blackburn Rovers LOST £36.5 million in the last financial year. In the next financial year there will be a massive reduction in the parachute payments, meaning an additional £8 million deficit. FFP states that the maximum permitted loss is £5 million with a maximum owner investment of £3 million. Now I'm no Stephen Hawking but those figures just do not add up. How can you possible think everything is going to be fine? Rhodes WILL be sold along with any other saleable assets. The rules will force a reduction to your massive wage bill. That's what it comes down to. Never mind, I'm just going to sit back, open another beer and watch your whole sorry shambles of a club implode as per Portsmouth, and I'm sorry but I WILL laugh, and I WILL say I told you so.[/p][/quote]Are you some kind of fcuking idiot? In fact, don't answer that, everyone knows you are. You claim to be a Burnley fan, yet you LIVE AND BREATH Blackburn Rovers. What a sad pathetic creature you are. Why don't you get a job? or a wife? or a fcuking life! Stone Island:

10:09pm Tue 17 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Anybody who says he will. laugh at the potential downfall of a football club even if that club is their bitterest rival, has no right to call himself a football fan.
He is just a disgrace.
Anybody who says he will. laugh at the potential downfall of a football club even if that club is their bitterest rival, has no right to call himself a football fan. He is just a disgrace. A Darener

10:16pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Stone Island: says...

A Darener wrote:
Anybody who says he will. laugh at the potential downfall of a football club even if that club is their bitterest rival, has no right to call himself a football fan.
He is just a disgrace.
He's a fcuking IDIOT!
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Anybody who says he will. laugh at the potential downfall of a football club even if that club is their bitterest rival, has no right to call himself a football fan. He is just a disgrace.[/p][/quote]He's a fcuking IDIOT! Stone Island:

10:34pm Tue 17 Dec 13

kazluvsrovers says...

leitchy wrote:
If we keep Cairney, bring in Robbo when fit, get Rochina firing again and get Best on side then we have a good enough squad to compete!

Would still like to see another good striker at the club though, especially now DJ is out of favour along with Best and Rudy not quite up to speed!
Robbo isn't good enough, Best is a spoilt brat and Rudy is just not interested.
Now as for Rochina, total class when fit.
Lets hope we can keep hold of Cairney very good potential for such a young man!
Need a win at Yeovil, fingers crossed....
[quote][p][bold]leitchy[/bold] wrote: If we keep Cairney, bring in Robbo when fit, get Rochina firing again and get Best on side then we have a good enough squad to compete! Would still like to see another good striker at the club though, especially now DJ is out of favour along with Best and Rudy not quite up to speed![/p][/quote]Robbo isn't good enough, Best is a spoilt brat and Rudy is just not interested. Now as for Rochina, total class when fit. Lets hope we can keep hold of Cairney very good potential for such a young man! Need a win at Yeovil, fingers crossed.... kazluvsrovers

10:38pm Tue 17 Dec 13

jack01 says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Its funny how panicky the no-dads get when you put the actual figures of the financial tsunami that is about to hit them down in black and white.

They get all grumpy and defensive, stating things like they don't actually owe anyone any money??? and that FFP is nothing to worry about???

Do you honestly believe that? Honestly?

How much more of a mess does your club have to be in before you will hold your hands up and say ok enough is enough, we're f@cked.

Blackburn Rovers are £56 million in debt and losing £3 million a month.... Just say that sentence again slowly in your heads, is it sinking in yet?

Blackburn Rovers LOST £36.5 million in the last financial year. In the next financial year there will be a massive reduction in the parachute payments, meaning an additional £8 million deficit. FFP states that the maximum permitted loss is £5 million with a maximum owner investment of £3 million.

Now I'm no Stephen Hawking but those figures just do not add up. How can you possible think everything is going to be fine? Rhodes WILL be sold along with any other saleable assets. The rules will force a reduction to your massive wage bill. That's what it comes down to.

Never mind, I'm just going to sit back, open another beer and watch your whole sorry shambles of a club implode as per Portsmouth, and I'm sorry but I WILL laugh, and I WILL say I told you so.
I don't usually take morons like you on, but since you clearly think you're an expert on all financial matters in relation to BRFC

1) Name me a club in this league that isn't in debt

2) Name me a club that has been relegated after 10 years in the Premier League that hasn't lost upwards of £20 million

3) Tell me how much of Rovers debt is owed by the football club to external parties (not Venkys)

4) For Rovers predicament read Bolton, Wolves, Mboro, QPR and just about every other club that will be coming out of the Premier League over the coming years. Are they all the way of Portsmouth too?

5) Tell me how much the wonderful Burnley lost last year (despite selling their best players)

6) Tell me how Burnley are going to meet FFP rules when they have no external investment and are about to lose their last parachute installment

7) Didn't you spend all summer saying Rhodes would be sold and there would be a firesale? How did that go again?

Come the end of January Burnley fans will be sat watching Ings emptying his locker as he jumps at the chance to better himself (like everyone else who gets a chance to leave the cesspit). Notice no statements from Burnley that they won't be selling (unlike Rovers).

I really do feel sorry for people like you. Your footballing life is spent desperately hoping that rival clubs implode, presumably to make you feel better about supporting a club that has achieved nothing in your lifetime and is unlikely to ever do so. Its a shame really. If only you had some sort of achievement to fall back on.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: Its funny how panicky the no-dads get when you put the actual figures of the financial tsunami that is about to hit them down in black and white. They get all grumpy and defensive, stating things like they don't actually owe anyone any money??? and that FFP is nothing to worry about??? Do you honestly believe that? Honestly? How much more of a mess does your club have to be in before you will hold your hands up and say ok enough is enough, we're f@cked. Blackburn Rovers are £56 million in debt and losing £3 million a month.... Just say that sentence again slowly in your heads, is it sinking in yet? Blackburn Rovers LOST £36.5 million in the last financial year. In the next financial year there will be a massive reduction in the parachute payments, meaning an additional £8 million deficit. FFP states that the maximum permitted loss is £5 million with a maximum owner investment of £3 million. Now I'm no Stephen Hawking but those figures just do not add up. How can you possible think everything is going to be fine? Rhodes WILL be sold along with any other saleable assets. The rules will force a reduction to your massive wage bill. That's what it comes down to. Never mind, I'm just going to sit back, open another beer and watch your whole sorry shambles of a club implode as per Portsmouth, and I'm sorry but I WILL laugh, and I WILL say I told you so.[/p][/quote]I don't usually take morons like you on, but since you clearly think you're an expert on all financial matters in relation to BRFC 1) Name me a club in this league that isn't in debt 2) Name me a club that has been relegated after 10 years in the Premier League that hasn't lost upwards of £20 million 3) Tell me how much of Rovers debt is owed by the football club to external parties (not Venkys) 4) For Rovers predicament read Bolton, Wolves, Mboro, QPR and just about every other club that will be coming out of the Premier League over the coming years. Are they all the way of Portsmouth too? 5) Tell me how much the wonderful Burnley lost last year (despite selling their best players) 6) Tell me how Burnley are going to meet FFP rules when they have no external investment and are about to lose their last parachute installment 7) Didn't you spend all summer saying Rhodes would be sold and there would be a firesale? How did that go again? Come the end of January Burnley fans will be sat watching Ings emptying his locker as he jumps at the chance to better himself (like everyone else who gets a chance to leave the cesspit). Notice no statements from Burnley that they won't be selling (unlike Rovers). I really do feel sorry for people like you. Your footballing life is spent desperately hoping that rival clubs implode, presumably to make you feel better about supporting a club that has achieved nothing in your lifetime and is unlikely to ever do so. Its a shame really. If only you had some sort of achievement to fall back on. jack01

10:52pm Tue 17 Dec 13

baldie says...

Don't worry Jack,it's the jet lag talking.When they don't win and we do,he disappears like a spoilt child and pretends he's been on holiday.
He's probably filming the new series of An Idiot Abroad.
Don't worry Jack,it's the jet lag talking.When they don't win and we do,he disappears like a spoilt child and pretends he's been on holiday. He's probably filming the new series of An Idiot Abroad. baldie

11:22pm Tue 17 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

I think that's a point proven. I simply regurgitate the facts of Blackburn Rovers impending financial doom and I'm hit with a flurry of personal insults. How very bitter you are about your predicament. I mean to merely draw attention to the fact that you are in a serious financial mess and yet all you appear to do is reassure each other that all is well.

Financial Tsunami heading towards Blackburn.

Don't say I didn't warn you!
I think that's a point proven. I simply regurgitate the facts of Blackburn Rovers impending financial doom and I'm hit with a flurry of personal insults. How very bitter you are about your predicament. I mean to merely draw attention to the fact that you are in a serious financial mess and yet all you appear to do is reassure each other that all is well. Financial Tsunami heading towards Blackburn. Don't say I didn't warn you! we.love.u.venkys

3:59am Wed 18 Dec 13

Tugay's Understudy says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
I think that's a point proven. I simply regurgitate the facts of Blackburn Rovers impending financial doom and I'm hit with a flurry of personal insults. How very bitter you are about your predicament. I mean to merely draw attention to the fact that you are in a serious financial mess and yet all you appear to do is reassure each other that all is well.

Financial Tsunami heading towards Blackburn.

Don't say I didn't warn you!
Funny how you use the term "regurgitate" as that is all you seem to do, regurgitate and regurgitate and regurgitate the same spiel over and over. I take it you must gobble it all back up in between and I do have some serious concerns for your health, as you appear to do so for Rovers' financial state.

Since you have warned us and continue to warn us on every single Rovers article that appears on here (at least ten times per article I might add), how about you consider us warned and stick to Burnley forums and discuss how you will comply with FFP once your parachute payments have stopped. You can discuss how you won't be able to afford a decent squad, remark to each other on the sale of Ings and all your other valuable assets, and generally discuss your mediocrity and how good it was too compete in that magical league that one time, remember that one? It's the one we have a champions trophy for sitting in our far more illustrious room.

As a transfer embargo won't hit til Jan15 I am happy to hedge our bets and push for promotion at a risk, than become a tinpot club like yours. The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo and if Venky's give up, a proud club with an actual history such as ours is bound to attract other investment, regardless of debt, as opposed to your club who no suitor would even touch.

To reiterate, consider us warned. You've made your point, so how about you go and get a hobby of some sort, that doesn't involve sitting at your laptop touching yourself over your constant Blackburn Rovers Google searches, and then come speak to us in May, which is when it all matters.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: I think that's a point proven. I simply regurgitate the facts of Blackburn Rovers impending financial doom and I'm hit with a flurry of personal insults. How very bitter you are about your predicament. I mean to merely draw attention to the fact that you are in a serious financial mess and yet all you appear to do is reassure each other that all is well. Financial Tsunami heading towards Blackburn. Don't say I didn't warn you![/p][/quote]Funny how you use the term "regurgitate" as that is all you seem to do, regurgitate and regurgitate and regurgitate the same spiel over and over. I take it you must gobble it all back up in between and I do have some serious concerns for your health, as you appear to do so for Rovers' financial state. Since you have warned us and continue to warn us on every single Rovers article that appears on here (at least ten times per article I might add), how about you consider us warned and stick to Burnley forums and discuss how you will comply with FFP once your parachute payments have stopped. You can discuss how you won't be able to afford a decent squad, remark to each other on the sale of Ings and all your other valuable assets, and generally discuss your mediocrity and how good it was too compete in that magical league that one time, remember that one? It's the one we have a champions trophy for sitting in our far more illustrious room. As a transfer embargo won't hit til Jan15 I am happy to hedge our bets and push for promotion at a risk, than become a tinpot club like yours. The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo and if Venky's give up, a proud club with an actual history such as ours is bound to attract other investment, regardless of debt, as opposed to your club who no suitor would even touch. To reiterate, consider us warned. You've made your point, so how about you go and get a hobby of some sort, that doesn't involve sitting at your laptop touching yourself over your constant Blackburn Rovers Google searches, and then come speak to us in May, which is when it all matters. Tugay's Understudy

8:45am Wed 18 Dec 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

Tugay's Understudy wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
I think that's a point proven. I simply regurgitate the facts of Blackburn Rovers impending financial doom and I'm hit with a flurry of personal insults. How very bitter you are about your predicament. I mean to merely draw attention to the fact that you are in a serious financial mess and yet all you appear to do is reassure each other that all is well.

Financial Tsunami heading towards Blackburn.

Don't say I didn't warn you!
Funny how you use the term "regurgitate" as that is all you seem to do, regurgitate and regurgitate and regurgitate the same spiel over and over. I take it you must gobble it all back up in between and I do have some serious concerns for your health, as you appear to do so for Rovers' financial state.

Since you have warned us and continue to warn us on every single Rovers article that appears on here (at least ten times per article I might add), how about you consider us warned and stick to Burnley forums and discuss how you will comply with FFP once your parachute payments have stopped. You can discuss how you won't be able to afford a decent squad, remark to each other on the sale of Ings and all your other valuable assets, and generally discuss your mediocrity and how good it was too compete in that magical league that one time, remember that one? It's the one we have a champions trophy for sitting in our far more illustrious room.

As a transfer embargo won't hit til Jan15 I am happy to hedge our bets and push for promotion at a risk, than become a tinpot club like yours. The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo and if Venky's give up, a proud club with an actual history such as ours is bound to attract other investment, regardless of debt, as opposed to your club who no suitor would even touch.

To reiterate, consider us warned. You've made your point, so how about you go and get a hobby of some sort, that doesn't involve sitting at your laptop touching yourself over your constant Blackburn Rovers Google searches, and then come speak to us in May, which is when it all matters.
Good morning Too Gay's Underpants!
[quote][p][bold]Tugay's Understudy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: I think that's a point proven. I simply regurgitate the facts of Blackburn Rovers impending financial doom and I'm hit with a flurry of personal insults. How very bitter you are about your predicament. I mean to merely draw attention to the fact that you are in a serious financial mess and yet all you appear to do is reassure each other that all is well. Financial Tsunami heading towards Blackburn. Don't say I didn't warn you![/p][/quote]Funny how you use the term "regurgitate" as that is all you seem to do, regurgitate and regurgitate and regurgitate the same spiel over and over. I take it you must gobble it all back up in between and I do have some serious concerns for your health, as you appear to do so for Rovers' financial state. Since you have warned us and continue to warn us on every single Rovers article that appears on here (at least ten times per article I might add), how about you consider us warned and stick to Burnley forums and discuss how you will comply with FFP once your parachute payments have stopped. You can discuss how you won't be able to afford a decent squad, remark to each other on the sale of Ings and all your other valuable assets, and generally discuss your mediocrity and how good it was too compete in that magical league that one time, remember that one? It's the one we have a champions trophy for sitting in our far more illustrious room. As a transfer embargo won't hit til Jan15 I am happy to hedge our bets and push for promotion at a risk, than become a tinpot club like yours. The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo and if Venky's give up, a proud club with an actual history such as ours is bound to attract other investment, regardless of debt, as opposed to your club who no suitor would even touch. To reiterate, consider us warned. You've made your point, so how about you go and get a hobby of some sort, that doesn't involve sitting at your laptop touching yourself over your constant Blackburn Rovers Google searches, and then come speak to us in May, which is when it all matters.[/p][/quote]Good morning Too Gay's Underpants! You're not mugging me off that easily

8:51am Wed 18 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

Great photo of Derek Dougan rejoicing with deliriously happy Rovers supporters in the crowd after he scored Rovers' second goal in the FA Cup semi-final against Sheffield Wednesday,1960 - well worth a look:

http://ewoodpark.jim
do.com/blackburn-rov
ers-photo-s/
Great photo of Derek Dougan rejoicing with deliriously happy Rovers supporters in the crowd after he scored Rovers' second goal in the FA Cup semi-final against Sheffield Wednesday,1960 - well worth a look: http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/blackburn-rov ers-photo-s/ BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

9:32am Wed 18 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Tugay's Understudy wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
I think that's a point proven. I simply regurgitate the facts of Blackburn Rovers impending financial doom and I'm hit with a flurry of personal insults. How very bitter you are about your predicament. I mean to merely draw attention to the fact that you are in a serious financial mess and yet all you appear to do is reassure each other that all is well.

Financial Tsunami heading towards Blackburn.

Don't say I didn't warn you!
Funny how you use the term "regurgitate" as that is all you seem to do, regurgitate and regurgitate and regurgitate the same spiel over and over. I take it you must gobble it all back up in between and I do have some serious concerns for your health, as you appear to do so for Rovers' financial state.

Since you have warned us and continue to warn us on every single Rovers article that appears on here (at least ten times per article I might add), how about you consider us warned and stick to Burnley forums and discuss how you will comply with FFP once your parachute payments have stopped. You can discuss how you won't be able to afford a decent squad, remark to each other on the sale of Ings and all your other valuable assets, and generally discuss your mediocrity and how good it was too compete in that magical league that one time, remember that one? It's the one we have a champions trophy for sitting in our far more illustrious room.

As a transfer embargo won't hit til Jan15 I am happy to hedge our bets and push for promotion at a risk, than become a tinpot club like yours. The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo and if Venky's give up, a proud club with an actual history such as ours is bound to attract other investment, regardless of debt, as opposed to your club who no suitor would even touch.

To reiterate, consider us warned. You've made your point, so how about you go and get a hobby of some sort, that doesn't involve sitting at your laptop touching yourself over your constant Blackburn Rovers Google searches, and then come speak to us in May, which is when it all matters.
"The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo"

I will remind you of this statement when Venky's have taken the last of your parachute money and cleared off. At which point you will all be crying about rules being broken and they can't do this to us, and we are Blackburn Rovers, blah, blah , blah.

Unfortunately no one will listen to you.

Here's what you need to know you cocky ar5ewipe.. more regurgitation for you....

"Any club continually breaching the rules will face tough sanctions and Financial Fair Play regulators will be pushing for points deduction.

"The club will be subject to a disciplinary commission and must understand that if they continue to break the rules we will looking for the top-end ultimate sanction range - points deduction.

"Normally we stay silent on sanctions as the commission has a free range, but clearly if there is a material breach of that rule we will be asking the commission to consider top-end sanctions."


Unlucky.

It would appear your transfer embargo is just the tip of a very big iceberg!

Parachute payments cease. Venky's bail out aiming to recover as much of their investment as possible and in the process dump horrific debts on the club, BRFC enters administration and is subject to a points deduction.

Therein lies your future.
[quote][p][bold]Tugay's Understudy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: I think that's a point proven. I simply regurgitate the facts of Blackburn Rovers impending financial doom and I'm hit with a flurry of personal insults. How very bitter you are about your predicament. I mean to merely draw attention to the fact that you are in a serious financial mess and yet all you appear to do is reassure each other that all is well. Financial Tsunami heading towards Blackburn. Don't say I didn't warn you![/p][/quote]Funny how you use the term "regurgitate" as that is all you seem to do, regurgitate and regurgitate and regurgitate the same spiel over and over. I take it you must gobble it all back up in between and I do have some serious concerns for your health, as you appear to do so for Rovers' financial state. Since you have warned us and continue to warn us on every single Rovers article that appears on here (at least ten times per article I might add), how about you consider us warned and stick to Burnley forums and discuss how you will comply with FFP once your parachute payments have stopped. You can discuss how you won't be able to afford a decent squad, remark to each other on the sale of Ings and all your other valuable assets, and generally discuss your mediocrity and how good it was too compete in that magical league that one time, remember that one? It's the one we have a champions trophy for sitting in our far more illustrious room. As a transfer embargo won't hit til Jan15 I am happy to hedge our bets and push for promotion at a risk, than become a tinpot club like yours. The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo and if Venky's give up, a proud club with an actual history such as ours is bound to attract other investment, regardless of debt, as opposed to your club who no suitor would even touch. To reiterate, consider us warned. You've made your point, so how about you go and get a hobby of some sort, that doesn't involve sitting at your laptop touching yourself over your constant Blackburn Rovers Google searches, and then come speak to us in May, which is when it all matters.[/p][/quote]"The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo" I will remind you of this statement when Venky's have taken the last of your parachute money and cleared off. At which point you will all be crying about rules being broken and they can't do this to us, and we are Blackburn Rovers, blah, blah , blah. Unfortunately no one will listen to you. Here's what you need to know you cocky ar5ewipe.. more regurgitation for you.... "Any club continually breaching the rules will face tough sanctions and Financial Fair Play regulators will be pushing for points deduction. "The club will be subject to a disciplinary commission and must understand that if they continue to break the rules we will looking for the top-end ultimate sanction range - points deduction. "Normally we stay silent on sanctions as the commission has a free range, but clearly if there is a material breach of that rule we will be asking the commission to consider top-end sanctions." Unlucky. It would appear your transfer embargo is just the tip of a very big iceberg! Parachute payments cease. Venky's bail out aiming to recover as much of their investment as possible and in the process dump horrific debts on the club, BRFC enters administration and is subject to a points deduction. Therein lies your future. we.love.u.venkys

9:35am Wed 18 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Tugay's Understudy wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
I think that's a point proven. I simply regurgitate the facts of Blackburn Rovers impending financial doom and I'm hit with a flurry of personal insults. How very bitter you are about your predicament. I mean to merely draw attention to the fact that you are in a serious financial mess and yet all you appear to do is reassure each other that all is well.

Financial Tsunami heading towards Blackburn.

Don't say I didn't warn you!
Funny how you use the term "regurgitate" as that is all you seem to do, regurgitate and regurgitate and regurgitate the same spiel over and over. I take it you must gobble it all back up in between and I do have some serious concerns for your health, as you appear to do so for Rovers' financial state.

Since you have warned us and continue to warn us on every single Rovers article that appears on here (at least ten times per article I might add), how about you consider us warned and stick to Burnley forums and discuss how you will comply with FFP once your parachute payments have stopped. You can discuss how you won't be able to afford a decent squad, remark to each other on the sale of Ings and all your other valuable assets, and generally discuss your mediocrity and how good it was too compete in that magical league that one time, remember that one? It's the one we have a champions trophy for sitting in our far more illustrious room.

As a transfer embargo won't hit til Jan15 I am happy to hedge our bets and push for promotion at a risk, than become a tinpot club like yours. The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo and if Venky's give up, a proud club with an actual history such as ours is bound to attract other investment, regardless of debt, as opposed to your club who no suitor would even touch.

To reiterate, consider us warned. You've made your point, so how about you go and get a hobby of some sort, that doesn't involve sitting at your laptop touching yourself over your constant Blackburn Rovers Google searches, and then come speak to us in May, which is when it all matters.
"The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo"

I will remind you of this statement when Venky's have taken the last of your parachute money and cleared off. At which point you will all be crying about rules being broken and they can't do this to us, and we are Blackburn Rovers, blah, blah , blah.

Unfortunately no one will listen to you.

Here's what you need to know you cocky ar5ewipe.. more regurgitation for you....

"Any club continually breaching the rules will face tough sanctions and Financial Fair Play regulators will be pushing for points deduction.

"The club will be subject to a disciplinary commission and must understand that if they continue to break the rules we will looking for the top-end ultimate sanction range - points deduction.

"Normally we stay silent on sanctions as the commission has a free range, but clearly if there is a material breach of that rule we will be asking the commission to consider top-end sanctions."


Unlucky.

It would appear your transfer embargo is just the tip of a very big iceberg!

Parachute payments cease. Venky's bail out aiming to recover as much of their investment as possible and in the process dump horrific debts on the club, BRFC enters administration and is subject to a points deduction.

Therein lies your future.
Sad cu.nt.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tugay's Understudy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: I think that's a point proven. I simply regurgitate the facts of Blackburn Rovers impending financial doom and I'm hit with a flurry of personal insults. How very bitter you are about your predicament. I mean to merely draw attention to the fact that you are in a serious financial mess and yet all you appear to do is reassure each other that all is well. Financial Tsunami heading towards Blackburn. Don't say I didn't warn you![/p][/quote]Funny how you use the term "regurgitate" as that is all you seem to do, regurgitate and regurgitate and regurgitate the same spiel over and over. I take it you must gobble it all back up in between and I do have some serious concerns for your health, as you appear to do so for Rovers' financial state. Since you have warned us and continue to warn us on every single Rovers article that appears on here (at least ten times per article I might add), how about you consider us warned and stick to Burnley forums and discuss how you will comply with FFP once your parachute payments have stopped. You can discuss how you won't be able to afford a decent squad, remark to each other on the sale of Ings and all your other valuable assets, and generally discuss your mediocrity and how good it was too compete in that magical league that one time, remember that one? It's the one we have a champions trophy for sitting in our far more illustrious room. As a transfer embargo won't hit til Jan15 I am happy to hedge our bets and push for promotion at a risk, than become a tinpot club like yours. The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo and if Venky's give up, a proud club with an actual history such as ours is bound to attract other investment, regardless of debt, as opposed to your club who no suitor would even touch. To reiterate, consider us warned. You've made your point, so how about you go and get a hobby of some sort, that doesn't involve sitting at your laptop touching yourself over your constant Blackburn Rovers Google searches, and then come speak to us in May, which is when it all matters.[/p][/quote]"The fact is financial meltdown and administration is a near impossibility. The most we have to worry about is said embargo" I will remind you of this statement when Venky's have taken the last of your parachute money and cleared off. At which point you will all be crying about rules being broken and they can't do this to us, and we are Blackburn Rovers, blah, blah , blah. Unfortunately no one will listen to you. Here's what you need to know you cocky ar5ewipe.. more regurgitation for you.... "Any club continually breaching the rules will face tough sanctions and Financial Fair Play regulators will be pushing for points deduction. "The club will be subject to a disciplinary commission and must understand that if they continue to break the rules we will looking for the top-end ultimate sanction range - points deduction. "Normally we stay silent on sanctions as the commission has a free range, but clearly if there is a material breach of that rule we will be asking the commission to consider top-end sanctions." Unlucky. It would appear your transfer embargo is just the tip of a very big iceberg! Parachute payments cease. Venky's bail out aiming to recover as much of their investment as possible and in the process dump horrific debts on the club, BRFC enters administration and is subject to a points deduction. Therein lies your future.[/p][/quote]Sad cu.nt. BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

9:36am Wed 18 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp
ions
wrote:
Great photo of Derek Dougan rejoicing with deliriously happy Rovers supporters in the crowd after he scored Rovers' second goal in the FA Cup semi-final against Sheffield Wednesday,1960 - well worth a look:

http://ewoodpark.jim

do.com/blackburn-rov

ers-photo-s/
http://www.bbc.co.uk
/sport/0/football/17
890899
[quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: Great photo of Derek Dougan rejoicing with deliriously happy Rovers supporters in the crowd after he scored Rovers' second goal in the FA Cup semi-final against Sheffield Wednesday,1960 - well worth a look: http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/blackburn-rov ers-photo-s/[/p][/quote]http://www.bbc.co.uk /sport/0/football/17 890899 we.love.u.venkys

9:36am Wed 18 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted
Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again?
Will they spend the money on players for the Prem?
Will they spend the money*?
Hmmm I await answers from WLUV....
Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again? Will they spend the money on players for the Prem? Will they spend the money*? Hmmm I await answers from WLUV.... Wild Rover

9:39am Wed 18 Dec 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp
ions
wrote:
Great photo of Derek Dougan rejoicing with deliriously happy Rovers supporters in the crowd after he scored Rovers' second goal in the FA Cup semi-final against Sheffield Wednesday,1960 - well worth a look:

http://ewoodpark.jim

do.com/blackburn-rov

ers-photo-s/
Another cannabis abuser writing down his flash backs.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: Great photo of Derek Dougan rejoicing with deliriously happy Rovers supporters in the crowd after he scored Rovers' second goal in the FA Cup semi-final against Sheffield Wednesday,1960 - well worth a look: http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/blackburn-rov ers-photo-s/[/p][/quote]Another cannabis abuser writing down his flash backs. You're not mugging me off that easily

9:46am Wed 18 Dec 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted
Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again?
Will they spend the money on players for the Prem?
Will they spend the money*?
Hmmm I await answers from WLUV....
Will it be eating the no dads up inside if Burnley get promoted?

It's nice to see that you're finally contemplating what could actually happen. Try to get used to it now because it will hurt you a lot less when it happens in May. Or maybe even before that !!!
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again? Will they spend the money on players for the Prem? Will they spend the money*? Hmmm I await answers from WLUV....[/p][/quote]Will it be eating the no dads up inside if Burnley get promoted? It's nice to see that you're finally contemplating what could actually happen. Try to get used to it now because it will hurt you a lot less when it happens in May. Or maybe even before that !!! You're not mugging me off that easily

9:54am Wed 18 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted
Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again?
Will they spend the money on players for the Prem?
Will they spend the money*?
Hmmm I await answers from WLUV....
The fact that you are finally acknowledging promotion as a real possibility for Burnley this season is proof that at least some of you have an ounce of common sense.

I believe the financial rewards for a place in the Premier League are currently estimated to be somewhere in the region of £200 million with the new media deals, sponsorship, prize money, etc.

Look at what Sean Dyche has achieved spending £0.

Imagine what he could do at Burnley with £50 million transfer kitty?

Bet you feel a little bit queasy now don't you..

http://www.telegraph
.co.uk/sport/footbal
l/teams/burnley/1051
6775/Burnley-manager
-Sean-Dyche-eager-to
-take-Championship-l
eaders-into-the-Prem
ier-League.html
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again? Will they spend the money on players for the Prem? Will they spend the money*? Hmmm I await answers from WLUV....[/p][/quote]The fact that you are finally acknowledging promotion as a real possibility for Burnley this season is proof that at least some of you have an ounce of common sense. I believe the financial rewards for a place in the Premier League are currently estimated to be somewhere in the region of £200 million with the new media deals, sponsorship, prize money, etc. Look at what Sean Dyche has achieved spending £0. Imagine what he could do at Burnley with £50 million transfer kitty? Bet you feel a little bit queasy now don't you.. http://www.telegraph .co.uk/sport/footbal l/teams/burnley/1051 6775/Burnley-manager -Sean-Dyche-eager-to -take-Championship-l eaders-into-the-Prem ier-League.html we.love.u.venkys

9:57am Wed 18 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp

ions
wrote:
Great photo of Derek Dougan rejoicing with deliriously happy Rovers supporters in the crowd after he scored Rovers' second goal in the FA Cup semi-final against Sheffield Wednesday,1960 - well worth a look:

http://ewoodpark.jim


do.com/blackburn-rov


ers-photo-s/
http://www.bbc.co.uk

/sport/0/football/17

890899
Sorry , are you taking the p155?
Dougan?
Better remembered for his antics in the final I think?
Why do you think he is never mentioned as a Rovers legend
I cant believe you did not know, so you must be a WUM
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: Great photo of Derek Dougan rejoicing with deliriously happy Rovers supporters in the crowd after he scored Rovers' second goal in the FA Cup semi-final against Sheffield Wednesday,1960 - well worth a look: http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/blackburn-rov ers-photo-s/[/p][/quote]http://www.bbc.co.uk /sport/0/football/17 890899[/p][/quote]Sorry , are you taking the p155? Dougan? Better remembered for his antics in the final I think? Why do you think he is never mentioned as a Rovers legend I cant believe you did not know, so you must be a WUM Wild Rover

11:29am Wed 18 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

200 MILLION, well maybe if you are ARSEnal but Hollands Pies cant give you big bucks for your shirts, but yes it is still a lot of money
However the question predicated was will Burnley spend?
They did not last time. Will Dyche see any cash?
Will someone poach Ings. Etc
I note you always avoid answering difficult questions.
Your sad pit of a ground will have to be brought up to habitable standards not least on safety issues.
That will make a hole in the prize money
Btw your cut n paste effort on the FFP fails to point out that article is a bit of speculative journalism not the actual rules laid out currently and is therefor invalid. You like to pick out the bits that suit your warped agenda
Oh and I did say IF Burnley get promoted, as you know I dont actually believe you will, but good luck with your dreams
200 MILLION, well maybe if you are ARSEnal but Hollands Pies cant give you big bucks for your shirts, but yes it is still a lot of money However the question predicated was will Burnley spend? They did not last time. Will Dyche see any cash? Will someone poach Ings. Etc I note you always avoid answering difficult questions. Your sad pit of a ground will have to be brought up to habitable standards not least on safety issues. That will make a hole in the prize money Btw your cut n paste effort on the FFP fails to point out that article is a bit of speculative journalism not the actual rules laid out currently and is therefor invalid. You like to pick out the bits that suit your warped agenda Oh and I did say IF Burnley get promoted, as you know I dont actually believe you will, but good luck with your dreams Wild Rover

11:40am Wed 18 Dec 13

A Darener says...

FFP will not put the Rovers out of business. The club my face sanctions, points deduction, fines etc. But it will continue to play in a league of some sort.
The plus side is it may speed up the process of ridding us of the Venky's.
Every cloud has a silver lining.
FFP will not put the Rovers out of business. The club my face sanctions, points deduction, fines etc. But it will continue to play in a league of some sort. The plus side is it may speed up the process of ridding us of the Venky's. Every cloud has a silver lining. A Darener

12:32pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted
Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again?
Will they spend the money on players for the Prem?
Will they spend the money*?
Hmmm I await answers from WLUV....
Will it be eating the no dads up inside if Burnley get promoted?

It's nice to see that you're finally contemplating what could actually happen. Try to get used to it now because it will hurt you a lot less when it happens in May. Or maybe even before that !!!
"Will it be eating the no dads up inside if Burnley get promoted?"

' IF ', yes IF Burnley get promoted which is a very long shot even for the most deluded dingle I'll split my sides at watching them in the Prem....Again.
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again? Will they spend the money on players for the Prem? Will they spend the money*? Hmmm I await answers from WLUV....[/p][/quote]Will it be eating the no dads up inside if Burnley get promoted? It's nice to see that you're finally contemplating what could actually happen. Try to get used to it now because it will hurt you a lot less when it happens in May. Or maybe even before that !!![/p][/quote]"Will it be eating the no dads up inside if Burnley get promoted?" ' IF ', yes IF Burnley get promoted which is a very long shot even for the most deluded dingle I'll split my sides at watching them in the Prem....Again. Harwoodstblue

1:04pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted
Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again?
Will they spend the money on players for the Prem?
Will they spend the money*?
Hmmm I await answers from WLUV....
The fact that you are finally acknowledging promotion as a real possibility for Burnley this season is proof that at least some of you have an ounce of common sense.

I believe the financial rewards for a place in the Premier League are currently estimated to be somewhere in the region of £200 million with the new media deals, sponsorship, prize money, etc.

Look at what Sean Dyche has achieved spending £0.

Imagine what he could do at Burnley with £50 million transfer kitty?

Bet you feel a little bit queasy now don't you..

http://www.telegraph

.co.uk/sport/footbal

l/teams/burnley/1051

6775/Burnley-manager

-Sean-Dyche-eager-to

-take-Championship-l

eaders-into-the-Prem

ier-League.html
So is he taking over at QPR? It's the only way he will take the Championship leaders up!
Meanwhile you Monkeys will have to get past us in the play offs
So not happening.....
However the rest of the quote then says " having got there Ol Gravel Voice will be pi55ing off to a decent club with a stadium and some fans faster than Messiah Coyle did.
You know whatever happens we Rovers fans cant lose, guaranteed bucket loads of laughs at the Dingles expense.
Go up or not that is
The one good thing to come out of the last 3 years has been being able to laugh at you " cocky ar5ewipes" bigging yourselves up while cantering to another downfall. It will all end in tears for you
Final Warning
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again? Will they spend the money on players for the Prem? Will they spend the money*? Hmmm I await answers from WLUV....[/p][/quote]The fact that you are finally acknowledging promotion as a real possibility for Burnley this season is proof that at least some of you have an ounce of common sense. I believe the financial rewards for a place in the Premier League are currently estimated to be somewhere in the region of £200 million with the new media deals, sponsorship, prize money, etc. Look at what Sean Dyche has achieved spending £0. Imagine what he could do at Burnley with £50 million transfer kitty? Bet you feel a little bit queasy now don't you.. http://www.telegraph .co.uk/sport/footbal l/teams/burnley/1051 6775/Burnley-manager -Sean-Dyche-eager-to -take-Championship-l eaders-into-the-Prem ier-League.html[/p][/quote]So is he taking over at QPR? It's the only way he will take the Championship leaders up! Meanwhile you Monkeys will have to get past us in the play offs So not happening..... However the rest of the quote then says " having got there Ol Gravel Voice will be pi55ing off to a decent club with a stadium and some fans faster than Messiah Coyle did. You know whatever happens we Rovers fans cant lose, guaranteed bucket loads of laughs at the Dingles expense. Go up or not that is The one good thing to come out of the last 3 years has been being able to laugh at you " cocky ar5ewipes" bigging yourselves up while cantering to another downfall. It will all end in tears for you Final Warning Wild Rover

1:25pm Wed 18 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted
Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again?
Will they spend the money on players for the Prem?
Will they spend the money*?
Hmmm I await answers from WLUV....
The fact that you are finally acknowledging promotion as a real possibility for Burnley this season is proof that at least some of you have an ounce of common sense.

I believe the financial rewards for a place in the Premier League are currently estimated to be somewhere in the region of £200 million with the new media deals, sponsorship, prize money, etc.

Look at what Sean Dyche has achieved spending £0.

Imagine what he could do at Burnley with £50 million transfer kitty?

Bet you feel a little bit queasy now don't you..

http://www.telegraph


.co.uk/sport/footbal


l/teams/burnley/1051


6775/Burnley-manager


-Sean-Dyche-eager-to


-take-Championship-l


eaders-into-the-Prem


ier-League.html
So is he taking over at QPR? It's the only way he will take the Championship leaders up!
Meanwhile you Monkeys will have to get past us in the play offs
So not happening.....
However the rest of the quote then says " having got there Ol Gravel Voice will be pi55ing off to a decent club with a stadium and some fans faster than Messiah Coyle did.
You know whatever happens we Rovers fans cant lose, guaranteed bucket loads of laughs at the Dingles expense.
Go up or not that is
The one good thing to come out of the last 3 years has been being able to laugh at you " cocky ar5ewipes" bigging yourselves up while cantering to another downfall. It will all end in tears for you
Final Warning
This just gets better every day.

The delusion that has descended over Blackburn is truly hilarious. Is there something in the water? Has some one contaminated a batch of Pot Noodles in the Shadsworth Spar?

Not withstanding the communal view that Financial Fair Play is "nothing to be concerned about", and "we'll only have a transfer embargo to deal with", we'll be fine attitude. As if that's not enough, you are now claiming that you will find amusement in the event of Burnley securing promotion to the Premier League and an approximate £200 million windfall.

I assure you, that yourself and the rest of the monkey's on these pages will be doing nothing but hiding, sobbing into your Pot Noodles and punching walls should Burnley achieve promotion and Blackburn remain in the Championship.

It would be the single greatest disaster in the modern day history of your declining football club and one that you would never EVER live down. Indeed I believe a Burnley promotion would see attendances at Ewood drop even further as the shame of your downfall becomes unbearable.

Time to adjust your outlook Clampett's, because the times they are a changing.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Time for a new debate, I think we should discuss what will happen to Burnley if they actually get promoted Will they spend the money on the , err, stadium or will they get a dispensation again? Will they spend the money on players for the Prem? Will they spend the money*? Hmmm I await answers from WLUV....[/p][/quote]The fact that you are finally acknowledging promotion as a real possibility for Burnley this season is proof that at least some of you have an ounce of common sense. I believe the financial rewards for a place in the Premier League are currently estimated to be somewhere in the region of £200 million with the new media deals, sponsorship, prize money, etc. Look at what Sean Dyche has achieved spending £0. Imagine what he could do at Burnley with £50 million transfer kitty? Bet you feel a little bit queasy now don't you.. http://www.telegraph .co.uk/sport/footbal l/teams/burnley/1051 6775/Burnley-manager -Sean-Dyche-eager-to -take-Championship-l eaders-into-the-Prem ier-League.html[/p][/quote]So is he taking over at QPR? It's the only way he will take the Championship leaders up! Meanwhile you Monkeys will have to get past us in the play offs So not happening..... However the rest of the quote then says " having got there Ol Gravel Voice will be pi55ing off to a decent club with a stadium and some fans faster than Messiah Coyle did. You know whatever happens we Rovers fans cant lose, guaranteed bucket loads of laughs at the Dingles expense. Go up or not that is The one good thing to come out of the last 3 years has been being able to laugh at you " cocky ar5ewipes" bigging yourselves up while cantering to another downfall. It will all end in tears for you Final Warning[/p][/quote]This just gets better every day. The delusion that has descended over Blackburn is truly hilarious. Is there something in the water? Has some one contaminated a batch of Pot Noodles in the Shadsworth Spar? Not withstanding the communal view that Financial Fair Play is "nothing to be concerned about", and "we'll only have a transfer embargo to deal with", we'll be fine attitude. As if that's not enough, you are now claiming that you will find amusement in the event of Burnley securing promotion to the Premier League and an approximate £200 million windfall. I assure you, that yourself and the rest of the monkey's on these pages will be doing nothing but hiding, sobbing into your Pot Noodles and punching walls should Burnley achieve promotion and Blackburn remain in the Championship. It would be the single greatest disaster in the modern day history of your declining football club and one that you would never EVER live down. Indeed I believe a Burnley promotion would see attendances at Ewood drop even further as the shame of your downfall becomes unbearable. Time to adjust your outlook Clampett's, because the times they are a changing. we.love.u.venkys

2:29pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

200 million my ARSEnal
You really need to read my post again and try get your simian little head round it all
Still, it proves my point...I rest my case
And say we are deluded...jeez
Just take a little walk down Brunshaw Road and have a look at the slum there
That's reality
200 million my ARSEnal You really need to read my post again and try get your simian little head round it all Still, it proves my point...I rest my case And say we are deluded...jeez Just take a little walk down Brunshaw Road and have a look at the slum there That's reality Wild Rover

2:47pm Wed 18 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp


ions
wrote:
Great photo of Derek Dougan rejoicing with deliriously happy Rovers supporters in the crowd after he scored Rovers' second goal in the FA Cup semi-final against Sheffield Wednesday,1960 - well worth a look:

http://ewoodpark.jim



do.com/blackburn-rov



ers-photo-s/
http://www.bbc.co.uk


/sport/0/football/17


890899
Sorry , are you taking the p155?
Dougan?
Better remembered for his antics in the final I think?
Why do you think he is never mentioned as a Rovers legend
I cant believe you did not know, so you must be a WUM
I know about Dougan handing in a transfer request on his way down to Wembley and it is mentioned as part of a section of photo's used to explain the disaster that was the 1960 FA Cup final you prickly jock, there was no need to be a cu.nt about it.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: Great photo of Derek Dougan rejoicing with deliriously happy Rovers supporters in the crowd after he scored Rovers' second goal in the FA Cup semi-final against Sheffield Wednesday,1960 - well worth a look: http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/blackburn-rov ers-photo-s/[/p][/quote]http://www.bbc.co.uk /sport/0/football/17 890899[/p][/quote]Sorry , are you taking the p155? Dougan? Better remembered for his antics in the final I think? Why do you think he is never mentioned as a Rovers legend I cant believe you did not know, so you must be a WUM[/p][/quote]I know about Dougan handing in a transfer request on his way down to Wembley and it is mentioned as part of a section of photo's used to explain the disaster that was the 1960 FA Cup final you prickly jock, there was no need to be a cu.nt about it. BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

2:49pm Wed 18 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

BTW you silly ewd sod.... what is a "WUM"?
BTW you silly ewd sod.... what is a "WUM"? BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

3:00pm Wed 18 Dec 13

A Darener says...

BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp
ions
wrote:
BTW you silly ewd sod.... what is a "WUM"?
A chronological engineering salesman.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: BTW you silly ewd sod.... what is a "WUM"?[/p][/quote]A chronological engineering salesman. A Darener

3:48pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

Listen pal, I was being quite restrained! You not only touched a nerve, you stuck a screwdriver in and wiggled it around a bit
To those that were there it was a terrible time, I was only a kid but in a house full of Rovers it was weeks before we got over it
Not just a transfer request either but one to play for the team we were playing in the final
Can you imagine how bad that was?
That name should never be spoken out loud
So your link was at best in poor taste or a wind up
WUM is a wind up merchant!
Listen pal, I was being quite restrained! You not only touched a nerve, you stuck a screwdriver in and wiggled it around a bit To those that were there it was a terrible time, I was only a kid but in a house full of Rovers it was weeks before we got over it Not just a transfer request either but one to play for the team we were playing in the final Can you imagine how bad that was? That name should never be spoken out loud So your link was at best in poor taste or a wind up WUM is a wind up merchant! Wild Rover

3:56pm Wed 18 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

What are you horse fingerers going on about now?

That one of your players didn't want to play for you in 1960?

Jesus wept. Its 2013 and you've a squad of 35 who don't want to play for you.
What are you horse fingerers going on about now? That one of your players didn't want to play for you in 1960? Jesus wept. Its 2013 and you've a squad of 35 who don't want to play for you. we.love.u.venkys

4:12pm Wed 18 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Listen pal, I was being quite restrained! You not only touched a nerve, you stuck a screwdriver in and wiggled it around a bit
To those that were there it was a terrible time, I was only a kid but in a house full of Rovers it was weeks before we got over it
Not just a transfer request either but one to play for the team we were playing in the final
Can you imagine how bad that was?
That name should never be spoken out loud
So your link was at best in poor taste or a wind up
WUM is a wind up merchant!
Look you dour paranoid Scotch miser... i - nor anybody else - can be expected to tip-toe around the internet in case per chance we upset the sensibilities of Mr and Mrs Wild Rover... stop being a senile ewd cu.nt.

OR you could vote independence and fcuk off .
:-)))))))))))
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Listen pal, I was being quite restrained! You not only touched a nerve, you stuck a screwdriver in and wiggled it around a bit To those that were there it was a terrible time, I was only a kid but in a house full of Rovers it was weeks before we got over it Not just a transfer request either but one to play for the team we were playing in the final Can you imagine how bad that was? That name should never be spoken out loud So your link was at best in poor taste or a wind up WUM is a wind up merchant![/p][/quote]Look you dour paranoid Scotch miser... i - nor anybody else - can be expected to tip-toe around the internet in case per chance we upset the sensibilities of Mr and Mrs Wild Rover... stop being a senile ewd cu.nt. OR you could vote independence and fcuk off . :-))))))))))) BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

6:05pm Wed 18 Dec 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Listen pal, I was being quite restrained! You not only touched a nerve, you stuck a screwdriver in and wiggled it around a bit
To those that were there it was a terrible time, I was only a kid but in a house full of Rovers it was weeks before we got over it
Not just a transfer request either but one to play for the team we were playing in the final
Can you imagine how bad that was?
That name should never be spoken out loud
So your link was at best in poor taste or a wind up
WUM is a wind up merchant!
Don't let him wind you up WR, he's just another substance abuser who likes to write down his occasional flashbacks.

He's currently recalling an occasion from his youth whilst in the scouts when the Akela asked him to help him polish something in the store cupboard.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Listen pal, I was being quite restrained! You not only touched a nerve, you stuck a screwdriver in and wiggled it around a bit To those that were there it was a terrible time, I was only a kid but in a house full of Rovers it was weeks before we got over it Not just a transfer request either but one to play for the team we were playing in the final Can you imagine how bad that was? That name should never be spoken out loud So your link was at best in poor taste or a wind up WUM is a wind up merchant![/p][/quote]Don't let him wind you up WR, he's just another substance abuser who likes to write down his occasional flashbacks. He's currently recalling an occasion from his youth whilst in the scouts when the Akela asked him to help him polish something in the store cupboard. You're not mugging me off that easily

6:59pm Wed 18 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp
ions
wrote:
BTW you silly ewd sod.... what is a "WUM"?
A mother with a little willy! Like you!

Mr Myth!
[quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: BTW you silly ewd sod.... what is a "WUM"?[/p][/quote]A mother with a little willy! Like you! Mr Myth! RobH2O

7:36pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
What are you horse fingerers going on about now?

That one of your players didn't want to play for you in 1960?

Jesus wept. Its 2013 and you've a squad of 35 who don't want to play for you.
Well you have a squad of one and he wants to go in January
Bang goes 200 million
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: What are you horse fingerers going on about now? That one of your players didn't want to play for you in 1960? Jesus wept. Its 2013 and you've a squad of 35 who don't want to play for you.[/p][/quote]Well you have a squad of one and he wants to go in January Bang goes 200 million Wild Rover

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