Transfer talk not distracting goal ace Rhodes

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JORDAN Rhodes will not let transfer talk surrounding his future distract him from attempting to help fire Blackburn Rovers back into the Premier League.

The January window opens in 10 days’ time and Rovers’ 13-goal top scorer has already been linked with clubs in both the top flight and in the Championship. But Rhodes, who strengthened his reputation by netting the winner in Saturday’s 1-0 victory at Yeovil Town, is now well used to the speculation.

And he insists it will continue to have no impact on how he performs for Rovers, the club he has grown to love after his record £8m move from Huddersfield Town in August 2012.

“I just try and do the best I can in each game that comes along,” said Rhodes, who has now scored 41 goals in 70 matches in all competitions for Rovers.

“It’s funny because the transfer window is totally out of my hands.

“It’s not a matter of what ifs and buts and what I think about things because it’s totally out of my hands.

“I love going into Blackburn Rovers every day, I love the club, and the supporters are fantastic, as you saw on Saturday with over a 1,000 travelling down the weekend before Christmas.

“I love it here and until I’m told otherwise I’m a Blackburn Rovers player and I am happy to pull on the shirt.”

Rhodes does want to test himself in the Premier League.

But the 23-year-old hopes that can be with Rovers.

The win at Yeovil moved Gary Bowyer’s side within four points of the play-offs places ahead of this week’s home double header against Sheffield Wednesday and Birmingham City.

Rhodes is confident Rovers can get themselves in the race for promotion.

But he is not looking too far ahead of himself.

“We know we’ve got it all to do between now and the end of the season,” said the Scotland international striker.

“So we’re just taking it one game at a time. We’ve got Sheffield Wednesday next and hopefully we’ll be good enough on the day.”

It will be a family affair at Ewood Park on Boxing Day as Rhodes’ father Andy is Sheffield Wednesday’s goalkeeping coach.

“You think of all the fixtures in the Football League and it just happens to be that Blackburn Rovers and Sheffield Wednesday are in the same division and that we’ve managed to get each other on Boxing Day,” said Rhodes, who has notched five goals against the Owls, including four in one memorable game at Hillsborough during his Huddersfield days.

“So I’m looking forward to Christmas and then to Boxing Day and I’m sure the family will be coming over in their numbers.”

Rhodes’ goal on Saturday left Rovers boss Bowyer purring.

“I said to Tony Grant half way through the first half that none of the chances had dropped to Jordan yet,” he said.

“He did eventually have one in the first half and the goalie made a very good save from him.

“But the finish was sublime, it’s a fantastic finish from somebody who does it so well.”

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9:03am Mon 23 Dec 13

owd nick says...

We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him. owd nick

9:13am Mon 23 Dec 13

GAZHAY says...

If we keep Rhodes till the end of the season we will be in the hunt. Still not seen a great team at Ewood this season. 6 points over the next 2 games will bring us right into the mix and then who knows. Anybody can get promoted from this league, whether they will survive in the premier league is another question.
COYB
If we keep Rhodes till the end of the season we will be in the hunt. Still not seen a great team at Ewood this season. 6 points over the next 2 games will bring us right into the mix and then who knows. Anybody can get promoted from this league, whether they will survive in the premier league is another question. COYB GAZHAY

9:18am Mon 23 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
How true, except it will be a perm club he sods off to. Rhodes will go to Cleckheaton Rockets for 20p and a banana skin.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]How true, except it will be a perm club he sods off to. Rhodes will go to Cleckheaton Rockets for 20p and a banana skin. RobH2O

9:19am Mon 23 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

GAZHAY wrote:
If we keep Rhodes till the end of the season we will be in the hunt. Still not seen a great team at Ewood this season. 6 points over the next 2 games will bring us right into the mix and then who knows. Anybody can get promoted from this league, whether they will survive in the premier league is another question.
COYB
Have faith, you'll see a quality visiting side on Sunday March 9th. Come on you Clarets.
[quote][p][bold]GAZHAY[/bold] wrote: If we keep Rhodes till the end of the season we will be in the hunt. Still not seen a great team at Ewood this season. 6 points over the next 2 games will bring us right into the mix and then who knows. Anybody can get promoted from this league, whether they will survive in the premier league is another question. COYB[/p][/quote]Have faith, you'll see a quality visiting side on Sunday March 9th. Come on you Clarets. RobH2O

9:21am Mon 23 Dec 13

bigste says...

Rovers won't make much out of him due to sell on clauses so they may not be tempted.
Rovers won't make much out of him due to sell on clauses so they may not be tempted. bigste

9:22am Mon 23 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap! we.love.u.venkys

9:29am Mon 23 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

RobH2O wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
How true, except it will be a perm club he sods off to. Rhodes will go to Cleckheaton Rockets for 20p and a banana skin.
What's a perm club?
Personally I can't see him going yet. Venkys will want more than they paid for him and he won't move for less money. Ings and Vokes are much cheaper options for anyone looking for a striker.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]How true, except it will be a perm club he sods off to. Rhodes will go to Cleckheaton Rockets for 20p and a banana skin.[/p][/quote]What's a perm club? Personally I can't see him going yet. Venkys will want more than they paid for him and he won't move for less money. Ings and Vokes are much cheaper options for anyone looking for a striker. Harwoodstblue

9:33am Mon 23 Dec 13

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

owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
That's it, you keep making stuff up to distract yourself from the inevitable. You're only lying to yourself!
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]That's it, you keep making stuff up to distract yourself from the inevitable. You're only lying to yourself! You're not mugging me off that easily

9:46am Mon 23 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Not really because we all know, Ings is an easier cheaper target for anyone sniffing a cheap striker, he would go for 6 to 7 million if you are lucky as his contract is up in 12 months whereas Rohdes will cost at least 13 as he's on a 4 year deal. So its squeeky bum at t turd
Merry Christmas you pot noodle drinking pig wrestling hillbilly
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Not really because we all know, Ings is an easier cheaper target for anyone sniffing a cheap striker, he would go for 6 to 7 million if you are lucky as his contract is up in 12 months whereas Rohdes will cost at least 13 as he's on a 4 year deal. So its squeeky bum at t turd Merry Christmas you pot noodle drinking pig wrestling hillbilly FakeVilla_MTCabinet

9:48am Mon 23 Dec 13

MatthewCA says...

Jordeb Rhodes is an amazing star and till now a good role model for any young kid.

My rate now for him is 25mil , why ? look at top division players like Bentake - 1 goal from last 10 games.............he got 30 mil tag.

It will be great to get back to top six in the table by end of the year. Hope GB grip more hard work with his 25 quality players.
Jordeb Rhodes is an amazing star and till now a good role model for any young kid. My rate now for him is 25mil , why ? look at top division players like Bentake - 1 goal from last 10 games.............he got 30 mil tag. It will be great to get back to top six in the table by end of the year. Hope GB grip more hard work with his 25 quality players. MatthewCA

9:49am Mon 23 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal FakeVilla_MTCabinet

9:56am Mon 23 Dec 13

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

MatthewCA wrote:
Jordeb Rhodes is an amazing star and till now a good role model for any young kid.

My rate now for him is 25mil , why ? look at top division players like Bentake - 1 goal from last 10 games.............he got 30 mil tag.

It will be great to get back to top six in the table by end of the year. Hope GB grip more hard work with his 25 quality players.
Jordeb Rhodes? I'm taking it he's Jordan's quality brother? Especially if he's worth 25 million.
[quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Jordeb Rhodes is an amazing star and till now a good role model for any young kid. My rate now for him is 25mil , why ? look at top division players like Bentake - 1 goal from last 10 games.............he got 30 mil tag. It will be great to get back to top six in the table by end of the year. Hope GB grip more hard work with his 25 quality players.[/p][/quote]Jordeb Rhodes? I'm taking it he's Jordan's quality brother? Especially if he's worth 25 million. You're not mugging me off that easily

9:57am Mon 23 Dec 13

owd nick says...

Rhodes is like any other successful player these days, he is happy at his current club and will be just as happy at his next club; etc; etc.

The same goes for any other player in any league.

Of course I want him to stay but I am a realist, if the right offer comes along he and the club would be foolish not to take it.

We have had even greater strikers in the past who were "irreplaceable", guess what? We replaced them.

All this "We have to keep him or we are doomed" makes me smile, no-one can prove that, yes he has scored over 50% of our goals since he joined us, but I would expect him to do that because he is a striker, not a goalkeeper.

This is one of the brilliant things about football, constant change, highs, lows, passion, argument, you name it.

So if the kid goes, best of luck to him, if not, great for us.

Whatever happens its going to be an interesting second half of the season and I for one am looking forward to every single second of it.
Rhodes is like any other successful player these days, he is happy at his current club and will be just as happy at his next club; etc; etc. The same goes for any other player in any league. Of course I want him to stay but I am a realist, if the right offer comes along he and the club would be foolish not to take it. We have had even greater strikers in the past who were "irreplaceable", guess what? We replaced them. All this "We have to keep him or we are doomed" makes me smile, no-one can prove that, yes he has scored over 50% of our goals since he joined us, but I would expect him to do that because he is a striker, not a goalkeeper. This is one of the brilliant things about football, constant change, highs, lows, passion, argument, you name it. So if the kid goes, best of luck to him, if not, great for us. Whatever happens its going to be an interesting second half of the season and I for one am looking forward to every single second of it. owd nick

10:02am Mon 23 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard. we.love.u.venkys

10:05am Mon 23 Dec 13

jinkyjase says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
You were probably up all night dreaming up that drivel weren't ya w@nkys.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]You were probably up all night dreaming up that drivel weren't ya w@nkys. jinkyjase

10:05am Mon 23 Dec 13

jinkyjase says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
You were probably up all night dreaming up that drivel weren't ya w@nkys.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]You were probably up all night dreaming up that drivel weren't ya w@nkys. jinkyjase

10:17am Mon 23 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo FakeVilla_MTCabinet

10:23am Mon 23 Dec 13

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

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
STOP DRINKING BRASSO !
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]STOP DRINKING BRASSO ! You're not mugging me off that easily

10:26am Mon 23 Dec 13

BlueSkies says...

I agree with Owd Nick, if he goes, then he goes. Move on.

Let's face it, we may HAVE to sell if the requisite offer comes in. But, if he leaves it opens the door for someone else, that is the way of football.

Unfortunately BRFC have been screwed over the last 3 years, and we, the fans, can only roll with it for the time being.
I agree with Owd Nick, if he goes, then he goes. Move on. Let's face it, we may HAVE to sell if the requisite offer comes in. But, if he leaves it opens the door for someone else, that is the way of football. Unfortunately BRFC have been screwed over the last 3 years, and we, the fans, can only roll with it for the time being. BlueSkies

10:33am Mon 23 Dec 13

bluenick says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
That's it, you keep making stuff up to distract yourself from the inevitable. You're only lying to yourself!
You know all about making stuff up don't you MUG ?
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]That's it, you keep making stuff up to distract yourself from the inevitable. You're only lying to yourself![/p][/quote]You know all about making stuff up don't you MUG ? bluenick

10:41am Mon 23 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year! we.love.u.venkys

10:41am Mon 23 Dec 13

Dukes says...

I hope venkys don't cash on him we doing well.
I hope venkys don't cash on him we doing well. Dukes

10:53am Mon 23 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
Rhodes is twice the player having scored 41 goals in 70 matches
Ings has scored how many, 30 goals in his entire career you bellend Also Matt derbyshire was an england under 21. Ings is about the same level as him.He would, in effect, be Suarezs boot boy if he went to liverpool and he would love every minute of it.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]Rhodes is twice the player having scored 41 goals in 70 matches Ings has scored how many, 30 goals in his entire career you bellend Also Matt derbyshire was an england under 21. Ings is about the same level as him.He would, in effect, be Suarezs boot boy if he went to liverpool and he would love every minute of it. FakeVilla_MTCabinet

10:58am Mon 23 Dec 13

Whydidtheybanme? says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back.

Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up.

B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back. Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up. B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks. Whydidtheybanme?

11:01am Mon 23 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
Rhodes is twice the player having scored 41 goals in 70 matches
Ings has scored how many, 30 goals in his entire career you bellend Also Matt derbyshire was an england under 21. Ings is about the same level as him.He would, in effect, be Suarezs boot boy if he went to liverpool and he would love every minute of it.
Trippier will go as soon as someone offers him a decent pay package. As simple as that. ....That's what footbalers do.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]Rhodes is twice the player having scored 41 goals in 70 matches Ings has scored how many, 30 goals in his entire career you bellend Also Matt derbyshire was an england under 21. Ings is about the same level as him.He would, in effect, be Suarezs boot boy if he went to liverpool and he would love every minute of it.[/p][/quote]Trippier will go as soon as someone offers him a decent pay package. As simple as that. ....That's what footbalers do. Harwoodstblue

11:02am Mon 23 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
Rhodes is twice the player having scored 41 goals in 70 matches
Ings has scored how many, 30 goals in his entire career you bellend Also Matt derbyshire was an england under 21. Ings is about the same level as him.He would, in effect, be Suarezs boot boy if he went to liverpool and he would love every minute of it.
So in effect Mungo, what you're saying is that Rhodes being "twice the player of Ings" is the better buy.

I can see your point. Makes sense to me, Rhodes off in January on the back of his 41 goals in 70 games, Blackburn Rovers without a goal scorer slide further into oblivion, and young Danny Ings continues his development at Burnley in the hope that one day he might be the "boot-boy" of a spitting, racist, Uruguayan. I'd be happy with that outcome.

What a retard.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]Rhodes is twice the player having scored 41 goals in 70 matches Ings has scored how many, 30 goals in his entire career you bellend Also Matt derbyshire was an england under 21. Ings is about the same level as him.He would, in effect, be Suarezs boot boy if he went to liverpool and he would love every minute of it.[/p][/quote]So in effect Mungo, what you're saying is that Rhodes being "twice the player of Ings" is the better buy. I can see your point. Makes sense to me, Rhodes off in January on the back of his 41 goals in 70 games, Blackburn Rovers without a goal scorer slide further into oblivion, and young Danny Ings continues his development at Burnley in the hope that one day he might be the "boot-boy" of a spitting, racist, Uruguayan. I'd be happy with that outcome. What a retard. we.love.u.venkys

11:10am Mon 23 Dec 13

jack01 says...

Boring boring boring. Once again the Lancashire Telegraph are trying to stir up trouble amongst Blackburn Rovers' support at a time when the local newspaper should be backing the club.

I can see right through the people at this newspaper and what they are trying to do.

Notice no stories linking Danny Ings with a move away from Burnley, despite their financial difficulties and lack of investment.

'Transfer talk' means what exactly? All I can see is a player scoring goals and happy playing for BRFC. The manager has repeatedly said he isn't for sale, the owners have supposedly told him that, and yet here we are with stories which have no evidence to back them up on the eve of the transfer window. What a disgraceful attempt at unsettling people from the Telegraph.

All last summer it was the same, and nothing came of it. If a Premier League club want Rhodes it will cost them £10 million and they will have to match his £35k a week wages. If they are willing to do that then I would say all the best to Rhodes and who could blame him or Rovers for it. At present there is no reason to believe there are any clubs willing or able to spend that amount of money on a Championship striker. By contrast Ings would be available at half the price, and well all know that Burnley would sell.
Boring boring boring. Once again the Lancashire Telegraph are trying to stir up trouble amongst Blackburn Rovers' support at a time when the local newspaper should be backing the club. I can see right through the people at this newspaper and what they are trying to do. Notice no stories linking Danny Ings with a move away from Burnley, despite their financial difficulties and lack of investment. 'Transfer talk' means what exactly? All I can see is a player scoring goals and happy playing for BRFC. The manager has repeatedly said he isn't for sale, the owners have supposedly told him that, and yet here we are with stories which have no evidence to back them up on the eve of the transfer window. What a disgraceful attempt at unsettling people from the Telegraph. All last summer it was the same, and nothing came of it. If a Premier League club want Rhodes it will cost them £10 million and they will have to match his £35k a week wages. If they are willing to do that then I would say all the best to Rhodes and who could blame him or Rovers for it. At present there is no reason to believe there are any clubs willing or able to spend that amount of money on a Championship striker. By contrast Ings would be available at half the price, and well all know that Burnley would sell. jack01

11:19am Mon 23 Dec 13

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

Dukes wrote:
I hope venkys don't cash on him we doing well.
Another no dad that's necked his entire supply of Christmas meths already.
[quote][p][bold]Dukes[/bold] wrote: I hope venkys don't cash on him we doing well.[/p][/quote]Another no dad that's necked his entire supply of Christmas meths already. You're not mugging me off that easily

11:20am Mon 23 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back.

Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up.

B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.
I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David.

The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot.

Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night.

p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son.
[quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back. Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up. B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.[/p][/quote]I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David. The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot. Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night. p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son. we.love.u.venkys

11:24am Mon 23 Dec 13

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

bluenick wrote:
You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
That's it, you keep making stuff up to distract yourself from the inevitable. You're only lying to yourself!
You know all about making stuff up don't you MUG ?
Do you want to hear something that isn't made up? It might be quite painful for you to hear......BFC TOP OF THE LEAGUE AT CHRISTMAS.
[quote][p][bold]bluenick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]That's it, you keep making stuff up to distract yourself from the inevitable. You're only lying to yourself![/p][/quote]You know all about making stuff up don't you MUG ?[/p][/quote]Do you want to hear something that isn't made up? It might be quite painful for you to hear......BFC TOP OF THE LEAGUE AT CHRISTMAS. You're not mugging me off that easily

11:31am Mon 23 Dec 13

jack01 says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back.

Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up.

B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.
I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David.

The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot.

Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night.

p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son.
A very well run club expected to break even this year?

You've just posted staggering losses of £8 million despite 3 years of cost cutting and player sales. The money from your one top flight season has gone with very little to show for it. You survive by selling your star player every year for a hefty profit which mitigates your losses.

A lot of 'whens' and 'ifs' in there with your view of impending doom at Blackburn. How long is that going to continue for? We've just passed three years of Venkys and it hasn't happened yet!
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back. Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up. B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.[/p][/quote]I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David. The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot. Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night. p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son.[/p][/quote]A very well run club expected to break even this year? You've just posted staggering losses of £8 million despite 3 years of cost cutting and player sales. The money from your one top flight season has gone with very little to show for it. You survive by selling your star player every year for a hefty profit which mitigates your losses. A lot of 'whens' and 'ifs' in there with your view of impending doom at Blackburn. How long is that going to continue for? We've just passed three years of Venkys and it hasn't happened yet! jack01

11:41am Mon 23 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
bluenick wrote:
You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
That's it, you keep making stuff up to distract yourself from the inevitable. You're only lying to yourself!
You know all about making stuff up don't you MUG ?
Do you want to hear something that isn't made up? It might be quite painful for you to hear......BFC TOP OF THE LEAGUE AT CHRISTMAS.
YAAAAAAAWWWNNNNN....
....

Well done for getting above Rovers. The pinnacle of Burnley's achievements in the last 50 years. No wonder you are so delirious.
It must feel as good as winning the Premier League to you lads.....a feeling we know well.
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluenick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]That's it, you keep making stuff up to distract yourself from the inevitable. You're only lying to yourself![/p][/quote]You know all about making stuff up don't you MUG ?[/p][/quote]Do you want to hear something that isn't made up? It might be quite painful for you to hear......BFC TOP OF THE LEAGUE AT CHRISTMAS.[/p][/quote]YAAAAAAAWWWNNNNN.... .... Well done for getting above Rovers. The pinnacle of Burnley's achievements in the last 50 years. No wonder you are so delirious. It must feel as good as winning the Premier League to you lads.....a feeling we know well. Harwoodstblue

11:47am Mon 23 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

jack01 wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back.

Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up.

B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.
I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David.

The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot.

Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night.

p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son.
A very well run club expected to break even this year?

You've just posted staggering losses of £8 million despite 3 years of cost cutting and player sales. The money from your one top flight season has gone with very little to show for it. You survive by selling your star player every year for a hefty profit which mitigates your losses.

A lot of 'whens' and 'ifs' in there with your view of impending doom at Blackburn. How long is that going to continue for? We've just passed three years of Venkys and it hasn't happened yet!
And those losses ARE truely staggering for a club of their size. Unsustainable...
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back. Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up. B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.[/p][/quote]I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David. The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot. Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night. p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son.[/p][/quote]A very well run club expected to break even this year? You've just posted staggering losses of £8 million despite 3 years of cost cutting and player sales. The money from your one top flight season has gone with very little to show for it. You survive by selling your star player every year for a hefty profit which mitigates your losses. A lot of 'whens' and 'ifs' in there with your view of impending doom at Blackburn. How long is that going to continue for? We've just passed three years of Venkys and it hasn't happened yet![/p][/quote]And those losses ARE truely staggering for a club of their size. Unsustainable... Harwoodstblue

11:49am Mon 23 Dec 13

Wild Rover says...

What a dreary little troll. Man nappies, well your the expert thereI think as you sit typing drivel 24/7. You aint got time for the loo, you are probably fed through a tube as well
The only one 5hitting themself round here is you No-Mark and that's a life style choice ...
What a dreary little troll. Man nappies, well your the expert thereI think as you sit typing drivel 24/7. You aint got time for the loo, you are probably fed through a tube as well The only one 5hitting themself round here is you No-Mark and that's a life style choice ... Wild Rover

11:55am Mon 23 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

jack01 wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back.

Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up.

B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.
I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David.

The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot.

Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night.

p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son.
A very well run club expected to break even this year?

You've just posted staggering losses of £8 million despite 3 years of cost cutting and player sales. The money from your one top flight season has gone with very little to show for it. You survive by selling your star player every year for a hefty profit which mitigates your losses.

A lot of 'whens' and 'ifs' in there with your view of impending doom at Blackburn. How long is that going to continue for? We've just passed three years of Venkys and it hasn't happened yet!
A "staggering" £8 million loss which doesn't factor in the £3 - 4 million received for Charlie Austin, and does factor in the one-off re-purchase of Turf Moor and Gawthorpe, estimated at £3 million. It's all down in black and white.

Doesn't sound so "staggering" now does it?

Do your homework next time before spouting off like a moron. As the LT reported some time ago, Burnley expect to break even this season and the future of the club, as you well know, is in very good hands. We have a squad of valuable assets on sensible contracts, and we are well aligned with the financial fair play regulations, unlike Blackburn Rovers who are on the precipice of financial meltdown.

BRFC with a net debt of £56 million, now that truly is staggering for a mid-table Championship club about to have their parachute payments chopped in half and will have to cover the additional £8 million deficit in the next season amid attendances that are dropping by the week. A shambles of a football club if ever there was one. All assets of value will be out of the door in January. The fee received for Jordan Rhodes will go straight in Venky's back pocket to cover the drop in parachute payments.

You don't like it but that's just how it is unfortunately.

The REALLY funny part is that continued non-compliance with FFP will result in heavier sanctions and points deductions being handed out in the future, as per the Italian FA. For Blackburn Rovers the free ride is now officially over!

Enjoy your trip to the lower leagues you shoeless Shadsworth hill-billy's!
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back. Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up. B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.[/p][/quote]I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David. The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot. Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night. p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son.[/p][/quote]A very well run club expected to break even this year? You've just posted staggering losses of £8 million despite 3 years of cost cutting and player sales. The money from your one top flight season has gone with very little to show for it. You survive by selling your star player every year for a hefty profit which mitigates your losses. A lot of 'whens' and 'ifs' in there with your view of impending doom at Blackburn. How long is that going to continue for? We've just passed three years of Venkys and it hasn't happened yet![/p][/quote]A "staggering" £8 million loss which doesn't factor in the £3 - 4 million received for Charlie Austin, and does factor in the one-off re-purchase of Turf Moor and Gawthorpe, estimated at £3 million. It's all down in black and white. Doesn't sound so "staggering" now does it? Do your homework next time before spouting off like a moron. As the LT reported some time ago, Burnley expect to break even this season and the future of the club, as you well know, is in very good hands. We have a squad of valuable assets on sensible contracts, and we are well aligned with the financial fair play regulations, unlike Blackburn Rovers who are on the precipice of financial meltdown. BRFC with a net debt of £56 million, now that truly is staggering for a mid-table Championship club about to have their parachute payments chopped in half and will have to cover the additional £8 million deficit in the next season amid attendances that are dropping by the week. A shambles of a football club if ever there was one. All assets of value will be out of the door in January. The fee received for Jordan Rhodes will go straight in Venky's back pocket to cover the drop in parachute payments. You don't like it but that's just how it is unfortunately. The REALLY funny part is that continued non-compliance with FFP will result in heavier sanctions and points deductions being handed out in the future, as per the Italian FA. For Blackburn Rovers the free ride is now officially over! Enjoy your trip to the lower leagues you shoeless Shadsworth hill-billy's! we.love.u.venkys

12:00pm Mon 23 Dec 13

McClaret says...

Why is their persistent talk of a transfer, his agent perhaps? Any player would want to play at the highest level they can and he is no different. He has an excellent record that would appeal to many clubs.
The thing with Ings is he is largely unproven, unlike Rhodes. He looks a good player and I am sure he will leave Burnley in the not too distant future however he does have a reasons to stay, ie his manager and being top of the league. They need to tie him on a new deal now and avoid having to sell cheap like they did with Austin.
Personally I fail to see how either club will keep hold of either player, just a case of what they can get for them and when.
Why is their persistent talk of a transfer, his agent perhaps? Any player would want to play at the highest level they can and he is no different. He has an excellent record that would appeal to many clubs. The thing with Ings is he is largely unproven, unlike Rhodes. He looks a good player and I am sure he will leave Burnley in the not too distant future however he does have a reasons to stay, ie his manager and being top of the league. They need to tie him on a new deal now and avoid having to sell cheap like they did with Austin. Personally I fail to see how either club will keep hold of either player, just a case of what they can get for them and when. McClaret

12:09pm Mon 23 Dec 13

jack01 says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
jack01 wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back.

Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up.

B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.
I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David.

The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot.

Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night.

p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son.
A very well run club expected to break even this year?

You've just posted staggering losses of £8 million despite 3 years of cost cutting and player sales. The money from your one top flight season has gone with very little to show for it. You survive by selling your star player every year for a hefty profit which mitigates your losses.

A lot of 'whens' and 'ifs' in there with your view of impending doom at Blackburn. How long is that going to continue for? We've just passed three years of Venkys and it hasn't happened yet!
A "staggering" £8 million loss which doesn't factor in the £3 - 4 million received for Charlie Austin, and does factor in the one-off re-purchase of Turf Moor and Gawthorpe, estimated at £3 million. It's all down in black and white.

Doesn't sound so "staggering" now does it?

Do your homework next time before spouting off like a moron. As the LT reported some time ago, Burnley expect to break even this season and the future of the club, as you well know, is in very good hands. We have a squad of valuable assets on sensible contracts, and we are well aligned with the financial fair play regulations, unlike Blackburn Rovers who are on the precipice of financial meltdown.

BRFC with a net debt of £56 million, now that truly is staggering for a mid-table Championship club about to have their parachute payments chopped in half and will have to cover the additional £8 million deficit in the next season amid attendances that are dropping by the week. A shambles of a football club if ever there was one. All assets of value will be out of the door in January. The fee received for Jordan Rhodes will go straight in Venky's back pocket to cover the drop in parachute payments.

You don't like it but that's just how it is unfortunately.

The REALLY funny part is that continued non-compliance with FFP will result in heavier sanctions and points deductions being handed out in the future, as per the Italian FA. For Blackburn Rovers the free ride is now officially over!

Enjoy your trip to the lower leagues you shoeless Shadsworth hill-billy's!
But you're not 'well aligned' to meet the FFP regulations - that's the whole point!

If you make a loss on the level you did last year then you will not meet the requirements.

You keep saying that it doesn't include the sale of Austin. Fair enough, but then it must include the sale of Rodriguez from the summer before, who went for twice what Austin did. It's one or the other! Nor does it include the cessation of parachute money which will occur next summer.

A squad of valuable assets? Who? No doubt Ings would fetch £5 million tops as Burnley will have him on a poor contract. Trippier might go for a few million. Other than that your squad consists of freebies and journeymen.

An £8 million loss for a club the size of Burnley with no external investment is staggering, and was described as such by Burnley supporters. Especially when you have been selling for years in an effort to be self sustaining. That clearly hasn't worked.

Whilst Rovers lost much more last year that was due to a £15 million transfer spend and a Premier League wage bill in the Championship. Rovers also have owners who can afford to spend that kind of money, Burnley don't.

You've been talking about a financial meltdown for a long time now, but it hasn't happened. You've been talking about us selling all our assets too, only that hasn't happened either. The only club guilty of that is Burnley.

Lets not talk about attendances when Burnley have been managing gates of 11,000 despite being top of the league. Quite appalling support really.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back. Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up. B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.[/p][/quote]I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David. The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot. Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night. p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son.[/p][/quote]A very well run club expected to break even this year? You've just posted staggering losses of £8 million despite 3 years of cost cutting and player sales. The money from your one top flight season has gone with very little to show for it. You survive by selling your star player every year for a hefty profit which mitigates your losses. A lot of 'whens' and 'ifs' in there with your view of impending doom at Blackburn. How long is that going to continue for? We've just passed three years of Venkys and it hasn't happened yet![/p][/quote]A "staggering" £8 million loss which doesn't factor in the £3 - 4 million received for Charlie Austin, and does factor in the one-off re-purchase of Turf Moor and Gawthorpe, estimated at £3 million. It's all down in black and white. Doesn't sound so "staggering" now does it? Do your homework next time before spouting off like a moron. As the LT reported some time ago, Burnley expect to break even this season and the future of the club, as you well know, is in very good hands. We have a squad of valuable assets on sensible contracts, and we are well aligned with the financial fair play regulations, unlike Blackburn Rovers who are on the precipice of financial meltdown. BRFC with a net debt of £56 million, now that truly is staggering for a mid-table Championship club about to have their parachute payments chopped in half and will have to cover the additional £8 million deficit in the next season amid attendances that are dropping by the week. A shambles of a football club if ever there was one. All assets of value will be out of the door in January. The fee received for Jordan Rhodes will go straight in Venky's back pocket to cover the drop in parachute payments. You don't like it but that's just how it is unfortunately. The REALLY funny part is that continued non-compliance with FFP will result in heavier sanctions and points deductions being handed out in the future, as per the Italian FA. For Blackburn Rovers the free ride is now officially over! Enjoy your trip to the lower leagues you shoeless Shadsworth hill-billy's![/p][/quote]But you're not 'well aligned' to meet the FFP regulations - that's the whole point! If you make a loss on the level you did last year then you will not meet the requirements. You keep saying that it doesn't include the sale of Austin. Fair enough, but then it must include the sale of Rodriguez from the summer before, who went for twice what Austin did. It's one or the other! Nor does it include the cessation of parachute money which will occur next summer. A squad of valuable assets? Who? No doubt Ings would fetch £5 million tops as Burnley will have him on a poor contract. Trippier might go for a few million. Other than that your squad consists of freebies and journeymen. An £8 million loss for a club the size of Burnley with no external investment is staggering, and was described as such by Burnley supporters. Especially when you have been selling for years in an effort to be self sustaining. That clearly hasn't worked. Whilst Rovers lost much more last year that was due to a £15 million transfer spend and a Premier League wage bill in the Championship. Rovers also have owners who can afford to spend that kind of money, Burnley don't. You've been talking about a financial meltdown for a long time now, but it hasn't happened. You've been talking about us selling all our assets too, only that hasn't happened either. The only club guilty of that is Burnley. Lets not talk about attendances when Burnley have been managing gates of 11,000 despite being top of the league. Quite appalling support really. jack01

12:09pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

McClaret wrote:
Why is their persistent talk of a transfer, his agent perhaps? Any player would want to play at the highest level they can and he is no different. He has an excellent record that would appeal to many clubs.
The thing with Ings is he is largely unproven, unlike Rhodes. He looks a good player and I am sure he will leave Burnley in the not too distant future however he does have a reasons to stay, ie his manager and being top of the league. They need to tie him on a new deal now and avoid having to sell cheap like they did with Austin.
Personally I fail to see how either club will keep hold of either player, just a case of what they can get for them and when.
Rhodes has his failings and has much to improve on in his game, An excellent goal poacher but too light weight for the Prem and not particularly quick ( IMO). Can't see a Prem club shelling out £10 million on him yet as he's only proven at the lower levels. (as a goalscorer).
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Why is their persistent talk of a transfer, his agent perhaps? Any player would want to play at the highest level they can and he is no different. He has an excellent record that would appeal to many clubs. The thing with Ings is he is largely unproven, unlike Rhodes. He looks a good player and I am sure he will leave Burnley in the not too distant future however he does have a reasons to stay, ie his manager and being top of the league. They need to tie him on a new deal now and avoid having to sell cheap like they did with Austin. Personally I fail to see how either club will keep hold of either player, just a case of what they can get for them and when.[/p][/quote]Rhodes has his failings and has much to improve on in his game, An excellent goal poacher but too light weight for the Prem and not particularly quick ( IMO). Can't see a Prem club shelling out £10 million on him yet as he's only proven at the lower levels. (as a goalscorer). Harwoodstblue

12:10pm Mon 23 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

McClaret wrote:
Why is their persistent talk of a transfer, his agent perhaps? Any player would want to play at the highest level they can and he is no different. He has an excellent record that would appeal to many clubs.
The thing with Ings is he is largely unproven, unlike Rhodes. He looks a good player and I am sure he will leave Burnley in the not too distant future however he does have a reasons to stay, ie his manager and being top of the league. They need to tie him on a new deal now and avoid having to sell cheap like they did with Austin.
Personally I fail to see how either club will keep hold of either player, just a case of what they can get for them and when.
At last someone with a grasp of the situation. We are under no illusion that Rhodes wants to play at the highest level but Ings does as well. If you don't tie him down to a longer deal he is looking a prime target for someone to take a punt on as his fee would be very reasonable. Rhodes on the other hand will cost upwards of 8 million and is tied down on a four year deal.
See if you can shake WLUV into accepting the obvious
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Why is their persistent talk of a transfer, his agent perhaps? Any player would want to play at the highest level they can and he is no different. He has an excellent record that would appeal to many clubs. The thing with Ings is he is largely unproven, unlike Rhodes. He looks a good player and I am sure he will leave Burnley in the not too distant future however he does have a reasons to stay, ie his manager and being top of the league. They need to tie him on a new deal now and avoid having to sell cheap like they did with Austin. Personally I fail to see how either club will keep hold of either player, just a case of what they can get for them and when.[/p][/quote]At last someone with a grasp of the situation. We are under no illusion that Rhodes wants to play at the highest level but Ings does as well. If you don't tie him down to a longer deal he is looking a prime target for someone to take a punt on as his fee would be very reasonable. Rhodes on the other hand will cost upwards of 8 million and is tied down on a four year deal. See if you can shake WLUV into accepting the obvious FakeVilla_MTCabinet

12:10pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Fortyfourer says...

Surely Rhodes has some say in wether or not he leaves Rovers. Another 4 against Wednesday on Boxing Day would be the tonic we all need.

Having said that, as a Rovers supporter for over 50 years, Congratulations to Burnley F. C. and their supporters for being top of the table at Christmas.

Rovers and Burnley for promotion?
Surely Rhodes has some say in wether or not he leaves Rovers. Another 4 against Wednesday on Boxing Day would be the tonic we all need. Having said that, as a Rovers supporter for over 50 years, Congratulations to Burnley F. C. and their supporters for being top of the table at Christmas. Rovers and Burnley for promotion? Fortyfourer

12:13pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Fortyfourer says...

Surely Rhodes has some say on wether or not he leaves Ewood Park.

Another 4 goals against Sheffield on Boxing Day would be the tonic we all need.

Having said that, as a Rovers supporter for over 50 years, congratulations to Burnley for being top of the table at Christmas.

Rovers and Burnley for promotion?
Surely Rhodes has some say on wether or not he leaves Ewood Park. Another 4 goals against Sheffield on Boxing Day would be the tonic we all need. Having said that, as a Rovers supporter for over 50 years, congratulations to Burnley for being top of the table at Christmas. Rovers and Burnley for promotion? Fortyfourer

12:24pm Mon 23 Dec 13

noddy57 says...

Rhodes will be off after the season ends with or with out promotion, Ings and Trippier will be sold in January to offset rising debts at Burnley and Dych heads out the door,,
Rhodes will be off after the season ends with or with out promotion, Ings and Trippier will be sold in January to offset rising debts at Burnley and Dych heads out the door,, noddy57

12:55pm Mon 23 Dec 13

BRFC75 says...

Selling Rhodes right nowwould be ike committing HARI KARI,
Imagine selling Shearer half way through the season of 94, Rhodes is one player we cannot do without , same as 94 we would not have won it without Shearer .
We could have replaced anyone except Shearer, this is the same.
NO PREMIERSHIP AT THE END THEN WE WILL LET HIM GO AND WISH HIM ALL THE BEST.
Selling Rhodes right nowwould be ike committing HARI KARI, Imagine selling Shearer half way through the season of 94, Rhodes is one player we cannot do without , same as 94 we would not have won it without Shearer . We could have replaced anyone except Shearer, this is the same. NO PREMIERSHIP AT THE END THEN WE WILL LET HIM GO AND WISH HIM ALL THE BEST. BRFC75

1:05pm Mon 23 Dec 13

owd nick says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
McClaret wrote:
Why is their persistent talk of a transfer, his agent perhaps? Any player would want to play at the highest level they can and he is no different. He has an excellent record that would appeal to many clubs.
The thing with Ings is he is largely unproven, unlike Rhodes. He looks a good player and I am sure he will leave Burnley in the not too distant future however he does have a reasons to stay, ie his manager and being top of the league. They need to tie him on a new deal now and avoid having to sell cheap like they did with Austin.
Personally I fail to see how either club will keep hold of either player, just a case of what they can get for them and when.
Rhodes has his failings and has much to improve on in his game, An excellent goal poacher but too light weight for the Prem and not particularly quick ( IMO). Can't see a Prem club shelling out £10 million on him yet as he's only proven at the lower levels. (as a goalscorer).
More likely the press stirring things up prompted by the agent, after all the agent isn't making much money from him at the moment..

Both assessments are spot on, I think Ings has the potential to be a decent PL player, possibly a regular for England, but he still has to prove himself, I hope he does because Gawd knows we (England) are desperate for a good forward irrespective of his roots.

Rhodes? Well he lacks pace but so have many strikers with his style of play at the highest level, Greaves and Lineker to name but two, get him in the right line up with people feeding him in the box and he will be fine.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Why is their persistent talk of a transfer, his agent perhaps? Any player would want to play at the highest level they can and he is no different. He has an excellent record that would appeal to many clubs. The thing with Ings is he is largely unproven, unlike Rhodes. He looks a good player and I am sure he will leave Burnley in the not too distant future however he does have a reasons to stay, ie his manager and being top of the league. They need to tie him on a new deal now and avoid having to sell cheap like they did with Austin. Personally I fail to see how either club will keep hold of either player, just a case of what they can get for them and when.[/p][/quote]Rhodes has his failings and has much to improve on in his game, An excellent goal poacher but too light weight for the Prem and not particularly quick ( IMO). Can't see a Prem club shelling out £10 million on him yet as he's only proven at the lower levels. (as a goalscorer).[/p][/quote]More likely the press stirring things up prompted by the agent, after all the agent isn't making much money from him at the moment.. Both assessments are spot on, I think Ings has the potential to be a decent PL player, possibly a regular for England, but he still has to prove himself, I hope he does because Gawd knows we (England) are desperate for a good forward irrespective of his roots. Rhodes? Well he lacks pace but so have many strikers with his style of play at the highest level, Greaves and Lineker to name but two, get him in the right line up with people feeding him in the box and he will be fine. owd nick

1:17pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

owd nick wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
McClaret wrote:
Why is their persistent talk of a transfer, his agent perhaps? Any player would want to play at the highest level they can and he is no different. He has an excellent record that would appeal to many clubs.
The thing with Ings is he is largely unproven, unlike Rhodes. He looks a good player and I am sure he will leave Burnley in the not too distant future however he does have a reasons to stay, ie his manager and being top of the league. They need to tie him on a new deal now and avoid having to sell cheap like they did with Austin.
Personally I fail to see how either club will keep hold of either player, just a case of what they can get for them and when.
Rhodes has his failings and has much to improve on in his game, An excellent goal poacher but too light weight for the Prem and not particularly quick ( IMO). Can't see a Prem club shelling out £10 million on him yet as he's only proven at the lower levels. (as a goalscorer).
More likely the press stirring things up prompted by the agent, after all the agent isn't making much money from him at the moment..

Both assessments are spot on, I think Ings has the potential to be a decent PL player, possibly a regular for England, but he still has to prove himself, I hope he does because Gawd knows we (England) are desperate for a good forward irrespective of his roots.

Rhodes? Well he lacks pace but so have many strikers with his style of play at the highest level, Greaves and Lineker to name but two, get him in the right line up with people feeding him in the box and he will be fine.
I agree, put players around Rhodes who can tee him up and he'll put them away. If we had had those players over the last couple of years he'd have probably scored double what he has, and may have been already gone.
Perhaps Prem teams don't see him as a £10,000,000 player yet, but I can't see Venkys selling him for any less given what they paid and the sell on clause.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Why is their persistent talk of a transfer, his agent perhaps? Any player would want to play at the highest level they can and he is no different. He has an excellent record that would appeal to many clubs. The thing with Ings is he is largely unproven, unlike Rhodes. He looks a good player and I am sure he will leave Burnley in the not too distant future however he does have a reasons to stay, ie his manager and being top of the league. They need to tie him on a new deal now and avoid having to sell cheap like they did with Austin. Personally I fail to see how either club will keep hold of either player, just a case of what they can get for them and when.[/p][/quote]Rhodes has his failings and has much to improve on in his game, An excellent goal poacher but too light weight for the Prem and not particularly quick ( IMO). Can't see a Prem club shelling out £10 million on him yet as he's only proven at the lower levels. (as a goalscorer).[/p][/quote]More likely the press stirring things up prompted by the agent, after all the agent isn't making much money from him at the moment.. Both assessments are spot on, I think Ings has the potential to be a decent PL player, possibly a regular for England, but he still has to prove himself, I hope he does because Gawd knows we (England) are desperate for a good forward irrespective of his roots. Rhodes? Well he lacks pace but so have many strikers with his style of play at the highest level, Greaves and Lineker to name but two, get him in the right line up with people feeding him in the box and he will be fine.[/p][/quote]I agree, put players around Rhodes who can tee him up and he'll put them away. If we had had those players over the last couple of years he'd have probably scored double what he has, and may have been already gone. Perhaps Prem teams don't see him as a £10,000,000 player yet, but I can't see Venkys selling him for any less given what they paid and the sell on clause. Harwoodstblue

1:17pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Angry From Accrington says...

Rhodes is a decent player but nobody is indispensable. Actually, I don't envisage a bidding war in January as he has had a relatively quit season. Of course, all genuine supporters would prefer that he stayed but if a ridiculous offer came and his agent started to unsettle him we would just have to get over it and groom Rochina for the role.
Rhodes is a decent player but nobody is indispensable. Actually, I don't envisage a bidding war in January as he has had a relatively quit season. Of course, all genuine supporters would prefer that he stayed but if a ridiculous offer came and his agent started to unsettle him we would just have to get over it and groom Rochina for the role. Angry From Accrington

1:42pm Mon 23 Dec 13

mjp 53 says...

noddy57 wrote:
Rhodes will be off after the season ends with or with out promotion, Ings and Trippier will be sold in January to offset rising debts at Burnley and Dych heads out the door,,
Wow you lot are very bitter in the fact we are top of the league, we are actually bringing players in, in Janury not selling, unlike you lot who have to sell to bring in. Being Top of the league does have its advantage and that mns no sales. Hurry though you just might miss Jordan in the January sales. Its nailed on he wants to play for a ambiious club, we might even take him on loan seeing as he wants to play in the Premiership again, lol.
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: Rhodes will be off after the season ends with or with out promotion, Ings and Trippier will be sold in January to offset rising debts at Burnley and Dych heads out the door,,[/p][/quote]Wow you lot are very bitter in the fact we are top of the league, we are actually bringing players in, in Janury not selling, unlike you lot who have to sell to bring in. Being Top of the league does have its advantage and that mns no sales. Hurry though you just might miss Jordan in the January sales. Its nailed on he wants to play for a ambiious club, we might even take him on loan seeing as he wants to play in the Premiership again, lol. mjp 53

3:11pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Claret1966 says...

To be honest I think both teams will be dreading transfer window because both teams can ill afford to lose Ings or Rhodes, if either are sold you can kiss goodbye to having any hope of going up.
To be honest I think both teams will be dreading transfer window because both teams can ill afford to lose Ings or Rhodes, if either are sold you can kiss goodbye to having any hope of going up. Claret1966

3:26pm Mon 23 Dec 13

harwoodblue says...

Past 3pm now children, schools finished. Rhodes is staying for the promotion push and Dunnys going to score a last minute winner in the playoff final against Burnley. I seen it in my crystal balls.
Past 3pm now children, schools finished. Rhodes is staying for the promotion push and Dunnys going to score a last minute winner in the playoff final against Burnley. I seen it in my crystal balls. harwoodblue

3:42pm Mon 23 Dec 13

tall in the saddle says...

bigste wrote:
Rovers won't make much out of him due to sell on clauses so they may not be tempted.
The may have no choice in the matter
[quote][p][bold]bigste[/bold] wrote: Rovers won't make much out of him due to sell on clauses so they may not be tempted.[/p][/quote]The may have no choice in the matter tall in the saddle

3:51pm Mon 23 Dec 13

tall in the saddle says...

BlueSkies wrote:
I agree with Owd Nick, if he goes, then he goes. Move on.

Let's face it, we may HAVE to sell if the requisite offer comes in. But, if he leaves it opens the door for someone else, that is the way of football.

Unfortunately BRFC have been screwed over the last 3 years, and we, the fans, can only roll with it for the time being.
This is right and exactly what Sean Dyche said when Charlie Austin left Burnley. It creates the opportunity for someone else. Fortunately, Burnley have Ings and Vokes – two young players who have stepped up to the plate.
[quote][p][bold]BlueSkies[/bold] wrote: I agree with Owd Nick, if he goes, then he goes. Move on. Let's face it, we may HAVE to sell if the requisite offer comes in. But, if he leaves it opens the door for someone else, that is the way of football. Unfortunately BRFC have been screwed over the last 3 years, and we, the fans, can only roll with it for the time being.[/p][/quote]This is right and exactly what Sean Dyche said when Charlie Austin left Burnley. It creates the opportunity for someone else. Fortunately, Burnley have Ings and Vokes – two young players who have stepped up to the plate. tall in the saddle

3:55pm Mon 23 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

harwoodblue wrote:
Past 3pm now children, schools finished. Rhodes is staying for the promotion push and Dunnys going to score a last minute winner in the playoff final against Burnley. I seen it in my crystal balls.
We heard all this last season and look where you ended up. Your new year slump after defeats against Leeds, Nottingham Forest and Derby might force you to re-evaluate your hopes for the season. I don't see you anywhere near the play-off's as there are several teams stronger than Blackburn fighting to escape the mid-table mini-league.
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: Past 3pm now children, schools finished. Rhodes is staying for the promotion push and Dunnys going to score a last minute winner in the playoff final against Burnley. I seen it in my crystal balls.[/p][/quote]We heard all this last season and look where you ended up. Your new year slump after defeats against Leeds, Nottingham Forest and Derby might force you to re-evaluate your hopes for the season. I don't see you anywhere near the play-off's as there are several teams stronger than Blackburn fighting to escape the mid-table mini-league. we.love.u.venkys

3:56pm Mon 23 Dec 13

tall in the saddle says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
Rhodes is twice the player having scored 41 goals in 70 matches
Ings has scored how many, 30 goals in his entire career you bellend Also Matt derbyshire was an england under 21. Ings is about the same level as him.He would, in effect, be Suarezs boot boy if he went to liverpool and he would love every minute of it.
Oh dear same old boring crap from this dill.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]Rhodes is twice the player having scored 41 goals in 70 matches Ings has scored how many, 30 goals in his entire career you bellend Also Matt derbyshire was an england under 21. Ings is about the same level as him.He would, in effect, be Suarezs boot boy if he went to liverpool and he would love every minute of it.[/p][/quote]Oh dear same old boring crap from this dill. tall in the saddle

3:58pm Mon 23 Dec 13

McClaret says...

harwoodblue wrote:
Past 3pm now children, schools finished. Rhodes is staying for the promotion push and Dunnys going to score a last minute winner in the playoff final against Burnley. I seen it in my crystal balls.
Started early on the Christmas Grog Harwood? Be interesting to see how both clubs behave in the transfer window and in turn what messages this will give to their supporters.
Careful with the crystal!
[quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: Past 3pm now children, schools finished. Rhodes is staying for the promotion push and Dunnys going to score a last minute winner in the playoff final against Burnley. I seen it in my crystal balls.[/p][/quote]Started early on the Christmas Grog Harwood? Be interesting to see how both clubs behave in the transfer window and in turn what messages this will give to their supporters. Careful with the crystal! McClaret

3:59pm Mon 23 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

tbrierley wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
jack01 wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
jack01 wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back.

Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up.

B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.
I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David.

The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot.

Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night.

p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son.
A very well run club expected to break even this year?

You've just posted staggering losses of £8 million despite 3 years of cost cutting and player sales. The money from your one top flight season has gone with very little to show for it. You survive by selling your star player every year for a hefty profit which mitigates your losses.

A lot of 'whens' and 'ifs' in there with your view of impending doom at Blackburn. How long is that going to continue for? We've just passed three years of Venkys and it hasn't happened yet!
A "staggering" £8 million loss which doesn't factor in the £3 - 4 million received for Charlie Austin, and does factor in the one-off re-purchase of Turf Moor and Gawthorpe, estimated at £3 million. It's all down in black and white.

Doesn't sound so "staggering" now does it?

Do your homework next time before spouting off like a moron. As the LT reported some time ago, Burnley expect to break even this season and the future of the club, as you well know, is in very good hands. We have a squad of valuable assets on sensible contracts, and we are well aligned with the financial fair play regulations, unlike Blackburn Rovers who are on the precipice of financial meltdown.

BRFC with a net debt of £56 million, now that truly is staggering for a mid-table Championship club about to have their parachute payments chopped in half and will have to cover the additional £8 million deficit in the next season amid attendances that are dropping by the week. A shambles of a football club if ever there was one. All assets of value will be out of the door in January. The fee received for Jordan Rhodes will go straight in Venky's back pocket to cover the drop in parachute payments.

You don't like it but that's just how it is unfortunately.

The REALLY funny part is that continued non-compliance with FFP will result in heavier sanctions and points deductions being handed out in the future, as per the Italian FA. For Blackburn Rovers the free ride is now officially over!

Enjoy your trip to the lower leagues you shoeless Shadsworth hill-billy's!
But you're not 'well aligned' to meet the FFP regulations - that's the whole point!

If you make a loss on the level you did last year then you will not meet the requirements.

You keep saying that it doesn't include the sale of Austin. Fair enough, but then it must include the sale of Rodriguez from the summer before, who went for twice what Austin did. It's one or the other! Nor does it include the cessation of parachute money which will occur next summer.

A squad of valuable assets? Who? No doubt Ings would fetch £5 million tops as Burnley will have him on a poor contract. Trippier might go for a few million. Other than that your squad consists of freebies and journeymen.

An £8 million loss for a club the size of Burnley with no external investment is staggering, and was described as such by Burnley supporters. Especially when you have been selling for years in an effort to be self sustaining. That clearly hasn't worked.

Whilst Rovers lost much more last year that was due to a £15 million transfer spend and a Premier League wage bill in the Championship. Rovers also have owners who can afford to spend that kind of money, Burnley don't.

You've been talking about a financial meltdown for a long time now, but it hasn't happened. You've been talking about us selling all our assets too, only that hasn't happened either. The only club guilty of that is Burnley.

Lets not talk about attendances when Burnley have been managing gates of 11,000 despite being top of the league. Quite appalling support really.
Rodreguez went for £7,000,000 and they still lost another 8 mill. A very "well run club" indeed. Continue like that with the 10,000 gates, fast forward two years and it's goodnight Burnley.
Another retard who spouts self-serving nonsense. Do your research before m@sturbating so furiously about things you have no knowledge of.

The premier league season saw Burnley post a 14.4 million profit. A massive profit for a club of Burnley's means and which has stabilised us over the past few seasons enabling us to mount this seasons tremendous promotion push.

The season we sold Jay Rod (which was a different season you absolute moron), Burnley posted a £3.16 million profit. So once again you have lied to make a point.

Burnley are in a stable financial position, we will sell players to survive just as we always have, that's the nature of being a Championship football club. You clowns would do well to adjust to that fact sooner rather than later. What we have in our favour is that we are now the best team in the Championship and we are looking good for a shot at automatic promotion back to the Premier League and a £200 million jackpot.

We have also sold Kyle Laffery, Steven Fletcher and Charlie Austin in recent years, all at a healthy profit, all ensuring stability for our club and and yet, to your utter dismay, we continue to find these rough diamonds and develop them into top players. In the process we have risen to the TOP OF THE LEAGUE having spent £0, while looking down at the shambles that is Blackburn Rovers, £56 million in debt having spent £15 million in the Championship only to reach the heady heights of mid-table.

You clowns have no argument, you have been shown how its done by Burnley FC, on and off the field, and no amount of fiddling the facts can change the league table that shows we are the best team by far this season outside of the Premier League.

Burnley FC are top at Christmas and all you crying hill-billy's can do is make up nonsense stories to disguise the fact that your club in on it's knees. Accept your position and move on you imbeciles.
Lot of time on your hands WLUV - tried to hit anyone in a dress recently Mark ???
Only your Dad, but he was asking for it coming onto me like that, the filthy, cross-dressing imbecile. Please tell him I'm not into that kind of stuff..
[quote][p][bold]tbrierley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]OCD again Mark - you're also starting to talk drivel. We both know what an ambitionless club B@rnley are. Nothing demonstrated it more than your brief embarrising encounter in the Prem a few seasons back. Messrs. Kilby and Co. were more interested in trrousering parachute payments, when a relatively paltry £3-4M for Moses would've probably kept you up. B@rnley FC - the small club ambitionless club in W. Yorks.[/p][/quote]I assume you're talking about the small club that's top of the league at Christmas. Your argument has one or two holes in it young David. The reality at this level is that without the financial investment of a senile old man who ej@culates pound coins, the majority of clubs in the division have to sell to survive. That's just the way it is, its not a lack of ambition, its simply a common sense approach to keeping your head above water. Burnley are a very well run club, expected to break even this year, and in with a good shout at automatic promotion and a £200 million jackpot. Now look at your shower and the £56 million debt combined with a continued monthly loss of £3 million. How long do you think Venky's are going to fund such a shambles? When they drop you like the turd you are, then you will realise the importance of selling to survive, only by then it will be far too late for your jumped-up tin-pot outfit to survive and you will drop through the divisions faster than your mum drops her drawers on a Saturday night. p.s. on the subject, can you ask your mum to make it 7 o'clock. Santa's going to empty his bulging sack all over her tonight. Cheers son.[/p][/quote]A very well run club expected to break even this year? You've just posted staggering losses of £8 million despite 3 years of cost cutting and player sales. The money from your one top flight season has gone with very little to show for it. You survive by selling your star player every year for a hefty profit which mitigates your losses. A lot of 'whens' and 'ifs' in there with your view of impending doom at Blackburn. How long is that going to continue for? We've just passed three years of Venkys and it hasn't happened yet![/p][/quote]A "staggering" £8 million loss which doesn't factor in the £3 - 4 million received for Charlie Austin, and does factor in the one-off re-purchase of Turf Moor and Gawthorpe, estimated at £3 million. It's all down in black and white. Doesn't sound so "staggering" now does it? Do your homework next time before spouting off like a moron. As the LT reported some time ago, Burnley expect to break even this season and the future of the club, as you well know, is in very good hands. We have a squad of valuable assets on sensible contracts, and we are well aligned with the financial fair play regulations, unlike Blackburn Rovers who are on the precipice of financial meltdown. BRFC with a net debt of £56 million, now that truly is staggering for a mid-table Championship club about to have their parachute payments chopped in half and will have to cover the additional £8 million deficit in the next season amid attendances that are dropping by the week. A shambles of a football club if ever there was one. All assets of value will be out of the door in January. The fee received for Jordan Rhodes will go straight in Venky's back pocket to cover the drop in parachute payments. You don't like it but that's just how it is unfortunately. The REALLY funny part is that continued non-compliance with FFP will result in heavier sanctions and points deductions being handed out in the future, as per the Italian FA. For Blackburn Rovers the free ride is now officially over! Enjoy your trip to the lower leagues you shoeless Shadsworth hill-billy's![/p][/quote]But you're not 'well aligned' to meet the FFP regulations - that's the whole point! If you make a loss on the level you did last year then you will not meet the requirements. You keep saying that it doesn't include the sale of Austin. Fair enough, but then it must include the sale of Rodriguez from the summer before, who went for twice what Austin did. It's one or the other! Nor does it include the cessation of parachute money which will occur next summer. A squad of valuable assets? Who? No doubt Ings would fetch £5 million tops as Burnley will have him on a poor contract. Trippier might go for a few million. Other than that your squad consists of freebies and journeymen. An £8 million loss for a club the size of Burnley with no external investment is staggering, and was described as such by Burnley supporters. Especially when you have been selling for years in an effort to be self sustaining. That clearly hasn't worked. Whilst Rovers lost much more last year that was due to a £15 million transfer spend and a Premier League wage bill in the Championship. Rovers also have owners who can afford to spend that kind of money, Burnley don't. You've been talking about a financial meltdown for a long time now, but it hasn't happened. You've been talking about us selling all our assets too, only that hasn't happened either. The only club guilty of that is Burnley. Lets not talk about attendances when Burnley have been managing gates of 11,000 despite being top of the league. Quite appalling support really.[/p][/quote]Rodreguez went for £7,000,000 and they still lost another 8 mill. A very "well run club" indeed. Continue like that with the 10,000 gates, fast forward two years and it's goodnight Burnley.[/p][/quote]Another retard who spouts self-serving nonsense. Do your research before m@sturbating so furiously about things you have no knowledge of. The premier league season saw Burnley post a 14.4 million profit. A massive profit for a club of Burnley's means and which has stabilised us over the past few seasons enabling us to mount this seasons tremendous promotion push. The season we sold Jay Rod (which was a different season you absolute moron), Burnley posted a £3.16 million profit. So once again you have lied to make a point. Burnley are in a stable financial position, we will sell players to survive just as we always have, that's the nature of being a Championship football club. You clowns would do well to adjust to that fact sooner rather than later. What we have in our favour is that we are now the best team in the Championship and we are looking good for a shot at automatic promotion back to the Premier League and a £200 million jackpot. We have also sold Kyle Laffery, Steven Fletcher and Charlie Austin in recent years, all at a healthy profit, all ensuring stability for our club and and yet, to your utter dismay, we continue to find these rough diamonds and develop them into top players. In the process we have risen to the TOP OF THE LEAGUE having spent £0, while looking down at the shambles that is Blackburn Rovers, £56 million in debt having spent £15 million in the Championship only to reach the heady heights of mid-table. You clowns have no argument, you have been shown how its done by Burnley FC, on and off the field, and no amount of fiddling the facts can change the league table that shows we are the best team by far this season outside of the Premier League. Burnley FC are top at Christmas and all you crying hill-billy's can do is make up nonsense stories to disguise the fact that your club in on it's knees. Accept your position and move on you imbeciles.[/p][/quote]Lot of time on your hands WLUV - tried to hit anyone in a dress recently Mark ???[/p][/quote]Only your Dad, but he was asking for it coming onto me like that, the filthy, cross-dressing imbecile. Please tell him I'm not into that kind of stuff.. we.love.u.venkys

4:34pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

McClaret wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Past 3pm now children, schools finished. Rhodes is staying for the promotion push and Dunnys going to score a last minute winner in the playoff final against Burnley. I seen it in my crystal balls.
Started early on the Christmas Grog Harwood? Be interesting to see how both clubs behave in the transfer window and in turn what messages this will give to their supporters.
Careful with the crystal!
Hi Mc, You've got the wrong Harwood. There's a slight difference in our monikers......Happy Christmas.
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: Past 3pm now children, schools finished. Rhodes is staying for the promotion push and Dunnys going to score a last minute winner in the playoff final against Burnley. I seen it in my crystal balls.[/p][/quote]Started early on the Christmas Grog Harwood? Be interesting to see how both clubs behave in the transfer window and in turn what messages this will give to their supporters. Careful with the crystal![/p][/quote]Hi Mc, You've got the wrong Harwood. There's a slight difference in our monikers......Happy Christmas. Harwoodstblue

5:45pm Mon 23 Dec 13

baldie says...

As it's Christmas,i thought we might all get each other a present.
I'm going to get we.love.you.venkys a life,cos he clearly hasn't got one.
As it's Christmas,i thought we might all get each other a present. I'm going to get we.love.you.venkys a life,cos he clearly hasn't got one. baldie

5:48pm Mon 23 Dec 13

keanoutofrovers says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
harwoodblue wrote:
Past 3pm now children, schools finished. Rhodes is staying for the promotion push and Dunnys going to score a last minute winner in the playoff final against Burnley. I seen it in my crystal balls.
We heard all this last season and look where you ended up. Your new year slump after defeats against Leeds, Nottingham Forest and Derby might force you to re-evaluate your hopes for the season. I don't see you anywhere near the play-off's as there are several teams stronger than Blackburn fighting to escape the mid-table mini-league.
I'm not sure you can refer to Burnley and their fans as "WE". I feel you need to have visited Turf Moor at least once in order to do that. Mind you £15 is a lot of pocket money, maybe Santa will help out.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harwoodblue[/bold] wrote: Past 3pm now children, schools finished. Rhodes is staying for the promotion push and Dunnys going to score a last minute winner in the playoff final against Burnley. I seen it in my crystal balls.[/p][/quote]We heard all this last season and look where you ended up. Your new year slump after defeats against Leeds, Nottingham Forest and Derby might force you to re-evaluate your hopes for the season. I don't see you anywhere near the play-off's as there are several teams stronger than Blackburn fighting to escape the mid-table mini-league.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure you can refer to Burnley and their fans as "WE". I feel you need to have visited Turf Moor at least once in order to do that. Mind you £15 is a lot of pocket money, maybe Santa will help out. keanoutofrovers

10:11pm Mon 23 Dec 13

wolsty says...

RobH2O wrote:
GAZHAY wrote:
If we keep Rhodes till the end of the season we will be in the hunt. Still not seen a great team at Ewood this season. 6 points over the next 2 games will bring us right into the mix and then who knows. Anybody can get promoted from this league, whether they will survive in the premier league is another question.
COYB
Have faith, you'll see a quality visiting side on Sunday March 9th. Come on you Clarets.
And one without Ings in,has he will be at Liverpool or Swansea according to papers down south,such nice reading look to your own COYB never ever worry about the Rovers like most of you Dingles do
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GAZHAY[/bold] wrote: If we keep Rhodes till the end of the season we will be in the hunt. Still not seen a great team at Ewood this season. 6 points over the next 2 games will bring us right into the mix and then who knows. Anybody can get promoted from this league, whether they will survive in the premier league is another question. COYB[/p][/quote]Have faith, you'll see a quality visiting side on Sunday March 9th. Come on you Clarets.[/p][/quote]And one without Ings in,has he will be at Liverpool or Swansea according to papers down south,such nice reading look to your own COYB never ever worry about the Rovers like most of you Dingles do wolsty

10:52pm Mon 23 Dec 13

azza234 says...

Rhodes is happy at blackburn owners not selling end of.
Rhodes is happy at blackburn owners not selling end of. azza234

1:23am Tue 24 Dec 13

jim 2012 says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
That's it, you keep making stuff up to distract yourself from the inevitable. You're only lying to yourself!
WOW making stuff up now that has to be the pot calling the kettle black
you said rovers would be in the bottom three by Christmas
and fighting a relegation battle we are 4 points off a play off place
with two winnable home games to come
you said gary bowyer would be sacked by Christmas
he is still the manager of Blackburn rovers
as for danny ings your manager is lining up his replacement for January
i think he will come from north of the border
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]That's it, you keep making stuff up to distract yourself from the inevitable. You're only lying to yourself![/p][/quote]WOW making stuff up now that has to be the pot calling the kettle black you said rovers would be in the bottom three by Christmas and fighting a relegation battle we are 4 points off a play off place with two winnable home games to come you said gary bowyer would be sacked by Christmas he is still the manager of Blackburn rovers as for danny ings your manager is lining up his replacement for January i think he will come from north of the border jim 2012

10:36am Tue 24 Dec 13

angryandy says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
owd nick wrote:
We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.
As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale.

Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell.

The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion.

Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap!
Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal
You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times.

So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal?

I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC.

You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why:

1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League.
2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters.
3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league.

Think about it you retard.
I thought about it a lot
Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request
It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel.
Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo
Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million.

Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club.

Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance.

What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all.

Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year!
Rhodes is twice the player having scored 41 goals in 70 matches
Ings has scored how many, 30 goals in his entire career you bellend Also Matt derbyshire was an england under 21. Ings is about the same level as him.He would, in effect, be Suarezs boot boy if he went to liverpool and he would love every minute of it.
So in effect Mungo, what you're saying is that Rhodes being "twice the player of Ings" is the better buy.

I can see your point. Makes sense to me, Rhodes off in January on the back of his 41 goals in 70 games, Blackburn Rovers without a goal scorer slide further into oblivion, and young Danny Ings continues his development at Burnley in the hope that one day he might be the "boot-boy" of a spitting, racist, Uruguayan. I'd be happy with that outcome.

What a retard.
Getting REALLY Monotonous now!!!!
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: We will probably hear something similar from Ings shortly as Leeds put a bid in for him.[/p][/quote]As the first reports regarding Jordan Rhodes inevitable January transfer begin to surface, the repugnant stench of fear emanating from the Blackburn area intensifies. It's squeaky bum time on a massive scale. Worried council officials are now calling for an increase in complementary man-nappies for Blackburn Rovers supporters ahead of the January transfer window, with the club having recently announced its need to sell. The Blue and White nappies are now available free of charge from the club shop in large or extra-large size, and provide added protection against the symptoms of Burnley's success, primarily loose bowel syndrome induced by thoughts of an even weaker Blackburn Rovers being turned over at Ewood by the rampant Clarets in early March on their way to an incredible promotion. Supporters are being urged to beat the rush and pick up their man-nappy asap![/p][/quote]Liverpool in double swoop Trippier and Ings for 5 million, its a done deal[/p][/quote]You really are panicking aren't you Mungo? I bet the walls in your Shadsworth flea-pit are crumbling you've punched them so many times. So your valuation on the best full-back and best striker in the Championship is a combined £5 million? And this you say is a done deal? I am aware that there is a serious problem with glue-sniffing in your area but even you know that what you are typing is nonsense based on trying to distract yourself from the imminent sale of Jordan Rhodes of Jordan Rhodes FC. You know that he will be sold as you HAVE to sell. Burnley however are top of the league and we have no need to sell, this is why: 1. The potential £200 million on offer for reaching the Premier League. 2. Our directors are all Burnley supporters. 3. It's Christmas and Burnley are top of the league. Think about it you retard.[/p][/quote]I thought about it a lot Ings one season wonder in last 12 months of contract so 2 million for him when he hands in a transfer request and 3 million for Trippier because he's a better player than Ings but would also hand in a transfer request It's you who is panicking, hence typing all that drivel. Burnley will end up facing us in the playoffs resulting in us extending our 35 year hoodoo[/p][/quote]Danny Ings is contracted to Burnley until 30 June 2015. He is by far the best striker outside of the Premier League, an England U21, and has massive potential to become one of the top strikers in the country. I believe, as I'm sure many others would, that you are selling him short at £2 million. Given the nature of the transfer market and how prices are over-inflated for English talent then I would say a figure of around £10 -12 million is more realistic when considering interest from a top Premier League club. Trippier was voted the best full-back in the Championship last season and is nailed on for the same this time around, I can't see him leaving at the moment and if/when he does we're looking at £7 or £8 million. So once again the nonsense you type only enforces your ignorance. What you are really worried about is those two combining at Ewood to put you clowns and your tin-pot club in its place once and for all. Strap your nappy on Mungo, you're in for a messy new year![/p][/quote]Rhodes is twice the player having scored 41 goals in 70 matches Ings has scored how many, 30 goals in his entire career you bellend Also Matt derbyshire was an england under 21. Ings is about the same level as him.He would, in effect, be Suarezs boot boy if he went to liverpool and he would love every minute of it.[/p][/quote]So in effect Mungo, what you're saying is that Rhodes being "twice the player of Ings" is the better buy. I can see your point. Makes sense to me, Rhodes off in January on the back of his 41 goals in 70 games, Blackburn Rovers without a goal scorer slide further into oblivion, and young Danny Ings continues his development at Burnley in the hope that one day he might be the "boot-boy" of a spitting, racist, Uruguayan. I'd be happy with that outcome. What a retard.[/p][/quote]Getting REALLY Monotonous now!!!! angryandy

8:38pm Tue 24 Dec 13

digitusjonfred says...

Good honest talking form Jordan, keep the goals coming buddy.
Good honest talking form Jordan, keep the goals coming buddy. digitusjonfred

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