Neill: I’d sign a new deal

This Is Lancashire: Neill: I’d sign a new deal Neill: I’d sign a new deal

LUCAS Neill would ‘jump at the chance’ to sign a short-term deal with Blackburn Rovers.

The Australia skipper, 35, is training with Rovers following his release from Japanese outfit Omiya Ardija in November.

Neill has been told by Australia boss Ange Postecoglou he must find a new club before March if he is to captain his country at this summer’s World Cup in Brazil.

The veteran defender would dearly like that club to be Rovers.

But Neill isn’t holding out much hope.

He said: “I would jump at the chance to stay with Rovers but their problem is that they have too many players.

“They had a Premier League squad that are now trying to cull down to a Championship squad.

“I love the surroundings, I loved my time there.

“They are a strong Championship team with ambitions of being promoted again.

“I definitely feel I could add value to that squad and if the door was open I definitely would walk through.”

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7:45am Sat 11 Jan 14

chickenfarm says...

Pension fund required
Pension fund required chickenfarm

8:49am Sat 11 Jan 14

Oz Rover says...

No, just no. The way he left the club all those years ago was mercenary like and now he's come back with his tail between his legs looking for a lifeline for a world cup berth because nobody else will have him. As an Aussie i don't know what i'd object to more, seeing him in the Australian shirt again or the blue and white halves of Blackburn Rovers. If i had my way it'd be neither.
No, just no. The way he left the club all those years ago was mercenary like and now he's come back with his tail between his legs looking for a lifeline for a world cup berth because nobody else will have him. As an Aussie i don't know what i'd object to more, seeing him in the Australian shirt again or the blue and white halves of Blackburn Rovers. If i had my way it'd be neither. Oz Rover

9:00am Sat 11 Jan 14

coates warder says...

desperate comes to mind ha ha is this the best rovers can do
desperate comes to mind ha ha is this the best rovers can do coates warder

9:09am Sat 11 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

Sorry old man, this club owes you nothing. Your love for the club was apparent in the dishonourable way you behaved when you left us.

Why disrupt the morale of an improving young team for the short term personal gain of an over the hill player. Did Danny Murphy teach us nothing ?

It's not like we need right backs, we have Henley, Kane & Orr with Lowe and Marshall as cover.
Sorry old man, this club owes you nothing. Your love for the club was apparent in the dishonourable way you behaved when you left us. Why disrupt the morale of an improving young team for the short term personal gain of an over the hill player. Did Danny Murphy teach us nothing ? It's not like we need right backs, we have Henley, Kane & Orr with Lowe and Marshall as cover. greenscreener

9:32am Sat 11 Jan 14

gleechy says...

He should be welcomed back and get some of the stereotypical hatred and humiliation that these super billionaire owners have put upon the club lifted at the same time, that's if they can look so far down their noses at what going on under their feet.
He should be welcomed back and get some of the stereotypical hatred and humiliation that these super billionaire owners have put upon the club lifted at the same time, that's if they can look so far down their noses at what going on under their feet. gleechy

9:33am Sat 11 Jan 14

nickroversfc says...

i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves
i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves nickroversfc

9:39am Sat 11 Jan 14

RobH2O says...

Sign him up! A u-bend resident taking up residence in a u-bend club!

Mega!
Sign him up! A u-bend resident taking up residence in a u-bend club! Mega! RobH2O

9:44am Sat 11 Jan 14

Angry From Accrington says...

nickroversfc wrote:
i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves
My thoughts exactly. Sign him on a pay per play basis as cover and get HENDRY coaching him in central defence.
The manner in which he left the club was no better or worse than any professional in this era of mercenaries.
[quote][p][bold]nickroversfc[/bold] wrote: i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves[/p][/quote]My thoughts exactly. Sign him on a pay per play basis as cover and get HENDRY coaching him in central defence. The manner in which he left the club was no better or worse than any professional in this era of mercenaries. Angry From Accrington

10:02am Sat 11 Jan 14

Tatts says...

nickroversfc wrote:
i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves
Yes, get him in if Dann leaves. I've no grudge against him, he gave us plenty of good service over the years.
[quote][p][bold]nickroversfc[/bold] wrote: i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves[/p][/quote]Yes, get him in if Dann leaves. I've no grudge against him, he gave us plenty of good service over the years. Tatts

10:08am Sat 11 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
nickroversfc wrote:
i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves
My thoughts exactly. Sign him on a pay per play basis as cover and get HENDRY coaching him in central defence.
The manner in which he left the club was no better or worse than any professional in this era of mercenaries.
Sorr angry, I Couldn't disagree more, bad for morale, bad for the team, and sends out all the wrong messages.
Regarding the manner of his leaving, the majority of ex-rovers are welcomed back to Ewood when they play against us, he never was. That says it all.
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nickroversfc[/bold] wrote: i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves[/p][/quote]My thoughts exactly. Sign him on a pay per play basis as cover and get HENDRY coaching him in central defence. The manner in which he left the club was no better or worse than any professional in this era of mercenaries.[/p][/quote]Sorr angry, I Couldn't disagree more, bad for morale, bad for the team, and sends out all the wrong messages. Regarding the manner of his leaving, the majority of ex-rovers are welcomed back to Ewood when they play against us, he never was. That says it all. greenscreener

10:10am Sat 11 Jan 14

chez rover says...

I'm sure you would jump at the chance you money grabbing two faced git!! I remember when you scored against Nancy and ran up to the Blackburn end to show your disapproval of rovers fans justified anger towards you. I think when you joined West ham the way you did was wrong, i wanted West Ham to go down because that would have put you down as well!!

Sorry for the negative comments here chaps, but i really hate this guy. Dont want him in Blue and white again even for free.
I'm sure you would jump at the chance you money grabbing two faced git!! I remember when you scored against Nancy and ran up to the Blackburn end to show your disapproval of rovers fans justified anger towards you. I think when you joined West ham the way you did was wrong, i wanted West Ham to go down because that would have put you down as well!! Sorry for the negative comments here chaps, but i really hate this guy. Dont want him in Blue and white again even for free. chez rover

10:22am Sat 11 Jan 14

digitusjonfred says...

No, no,no don't need him, don't want him, full stop
No, no,no don't need him, don't want him, full stop digitusjonfred

10:45am Sat 11 Jan 14

hasslem hasslem says...

he loves the club and he loves the area - clearly his love of all things rovers means that he would love to play for rovers for free. problem sorted.
he loves the club and he loves the area - clearly his love of all things rovers means that he would love to play for rovers for free. problem sorted. hasslem hasslem

10:50am Sat 11 Jan 14

Bill Carson says...

I still remember the night Man U sent us down and Lucas Neill having the audacity to berate supporters on the Riverside at the final whistle. That's why he's never been welcomed back!
I still remember the night Man U sent us down and Lucas Neill having the audacity to berate supporters on the Riverside at the final whistle. That's why he's never been welcomed back! Bill Carson

11:06am Sat 11 Jan 14

baldie says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
nickroversfc wrote:
i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves
My thoughts exactly. Sign him on a pay per play basis as cover and get HENDRY coaching him in central defence.
The manner in which he left the club was no better or worse than any professional in this era of mercenaries.
Proper player though,always liked him.
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nickroversfc[/bold] wrote: i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves[/p][/quote]My thoughts exactly. Sign him on a pay per play basis as cover and get HENDRY coaching him in central defence. The manner in which he left the club was no better or worse than any professional in this era of mercenaries.[/p][/quote]Proper player though,always liked him. baldie

11:17am Sat 11 Jan 14

juanbbien says...

He and Hendry left the supporters with a sour taste in their mouths the way he conducted his departure now he crawling back no thanks we ve enough dead wood
He and Hendry left the supporters with a sour taste in their mouths the way he conducted his departure now he crawling back no thanks we ve enough dead wood juanbbien

11:55am Sat 11 Jan 14

we.love.u.venkys. says...

Hahaha. Poor old desperate mid-table Blackburn Rovers. What a shambles.
Hahaha. Poor old desperate mid-table Blackburn Rovers. What a shambles. we.love.u.venkys.

11:59am Sat 11 Jan 14

Dukes says...

I not forgotten the way you left this club for more money. you burn the bridges all i will say. You should not be here training because the way you left us proper hurted peoples feeling.
I not forgotten the way you left this club for more money. you burn the bridges all i will say. You should not be here training because the way you left us proper hurted peoples feeling. Dukes

12:21pm Sat 11 Jan 14

sallycinamon says...

Bill Carson wrote:
I still remember the night Man U sent us down and Lucas Neill having the audacity to berate supporters on the Riverside at the final whistle. That's why he's never been welcomed back!
What year was this?
[quote][p][bold]Bill Carson[/bold] wrote: I still remember the night Man U sent us down and Lucas Neill having the audacity to berate supporters on the Riverside at the final whistle. That's why he's never been welcomed back![/p][/quote]What year was this? sallycinamon

12:39pm Sat 11 Jan 14

A Rover 45 years and over says...

No thanks we are supposed to be cutting the wage bill.
No thanks we are supposed to be cutting the wage bill. A Rover 45 years and over

12:53pm Sat 11 Jan 14

dangerous dave says...

greenscreener wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
nickroversfc wrote:
i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves
My thoughts exactly. Sign him on a pay per play basis as cover and get HENDRY coaching him in central defence.
The manner in which he left the club was no better or worse than any professional in this era of mercenaries.
Sorr angry, I Couldn't disagree more, bad for morale, bad for the team, and sends out all the wrong messages.
Regarding the manner of his leaving, the majority of ex-rovers are welcomed back to Ewood when they play against us, he never was. That says it all.
Yes angry has got it all wrong again - one minute he wants the club to move forward rebuilding the team with GB and his young players next news he want the likes of Neill back just to milk the club for retirement package - what an idiot - and as for Hendry coaching Neill - well this in its own right a joke - Hendry has a lot to prove with the players already at the club and in my view not worth his current wages!! Neill just another Murphy and would be a bad move all round in terms of the moral both on and half the field - just wants cash as he did when he left the Rovers!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nickroversfc[/bold] wrote: i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves[/p][/quote]My thoughts exactly. Sign him on a pay per play basis as cover and get HENDRY coaching him in central defence. The manner in which he left the club was no better or worse than any professional in this era of mercenaries.[/p][/quote]Sorr angry, I Couldn't disagree more, bad for morale, bad for the team, and sends out all the wrong messages. Regarding the manner of his leaving, the majority of ex-rovers are welcomed back to Ewood when they play against us, he never was. That says it all.[/p][/quote]Yes angry has got it all wrong again - one minute he wants the club to move forward rebuilding the team with GB and his young players next news he want the likes of Neill back just to milk the club for retirement package - what an idiot - and as for Hendry coaching Neill - well this in its own right a joke - Hendry has a lot to prove with the players already at the club and in my view not worth his current wages!! Neill just another Murphy and would be a bad move all round in terms of the moral both on and half the field - just wants cash as he did when he left the Rovers! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS dangerous dave

1:06pm Sat 11 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

dangerous dave wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
nickroversfc wrote:
i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves
My thoughts exactly. Sign him on a pay per play basis as cover and get HENDRY coaching him in central defence.
The manner in which he left the club was no better or worse than any professional in this era of mercenaries.
Sorr angry, I Couldn't disagree more, bad for morale, bad for the team, and sends out all the wrong messages.
Regarding the manner of his leaving, the majority of ex-rovers are welcomed back to Ewood when they play against us, he never was. That says it all.
Yes angry has got it all wrong again - one minute he wants the club to move forward rebuilding the team with GB and his young players next news he want the likes of Neill back just to milk the club for retirement package - what an idiot - and as for Hendry coaching Neill - well this in its own right a joke - Hendry has a lot to prove with the players already at the club and in my view not worth his current wages!! Neill just another Murphy and would be a bad move all round in terms of the moral both on and half the field - just wants cash as he did when he left the Rovers!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
Oh no, Dave agrees with me.

While I congratulate him on finally getting something right, I have to admit that even a broken watch is right twice a day, it makes me feel a little like I trod in something, ugh !
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nickroversfc[/bold] wrote: i think bowyer may sign him as a centre back if dann leaves[/p][/quote]My thoughts exactly. Sign him on a pay per play basis as cover and get HENDRY coaching him in central defence. The manner in which he left the club was no better or worse than any professional in this era of mercenaries.[/p][/quote]Sorr angry, I Couldn't disagree more, bad for morale, bad for the team, and sends out all the wrong messages. Regarding the manner of his leaving, the majority of ex-rovers are welcomed back to Ewood when they play against us, he never was. That says it all.[/p][/quote]Yes angry has got it all wrong again - one minute he wants the club to move forward rebuilding the team with GB and his young players next news he want the likes of Neill back just to milk the club for retirement package - what an idiot - and as for Hendry coaching Neill - well this in its own right a joke - Hendry has a lot to prove with the players already at the club and in my view not worth his current wages!! Neill just another Murphy and would be a bad move all round in terms of the moral both on and half the field - just wants cash as he did when he left the Rovers! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]Oh no, Dave agrees with me. While I congratulate him on finally getting something right, I have to admit that even a broken watch is right twice a day, it makes me feel a little like I trod in something, ugh ! greenscreener

1:15pm Sat 11 Jan 14

gleechy says...

If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.
If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of. gleechy

1:38pm Sat 11 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

gleechy wrote:
If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.
Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed.

You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.
[quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.[/p][/quote]Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed. You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others. greenscreener

1:39pm Sat 11 Jan 14

hasslem hasslem says...

gleechy wrote:
If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.
he left long before keanocchio appeared on the scene
[quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.[/p][/quote]he left long before keanocchio appeared on the scene hasslem hasslem

1:43pm Sat 11 Jan 14

vicn1956 says...

Jump at the chance----
I bet he would.
The only way would be on a performance per game level.
Jump at the chance---- I bet he would. The only way would be on a performance per game level. vicn1956

1:53pm Sat 11 Jan 14

stick to football says...

What you would get with Neill loke Robinson is experience. He was never a shrinking violet and as a leader on the pitch that could be the difference between play offs and mid table.

Bearing in mind the amount of money this club has WASTED over last three years in Managers Coaches as well as players. Neill on a short term contract pay related would be worth the risk.

As for his previos departure - that is football - short career you have to take opportunities when they come and it is more than just money. lets wait and see and trust GB
What you would get with Neill loke Robinson is experience. He was never a shrinking violet and as a leader on the pitch that could be the difference between play offs and mid table. Bearing in mind the amount of money this club has WASTED over last three years in Managers Coaches as well as players. Neill on a short term contract pay related would be worth the risk. As for his previos departure - that is football - short career you have to take opportunities when they come and it is more than just money. lets wait and see and trust GB stick to football

1:54pm Sat 11 Jan 14

owd nick says...

greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.
Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed.

You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.
Beet me to it.

When we are building a young squad based on the premise that we want players who are untarnished by the past, hungry and wanting to succeed why go backwards?

I have no problem with him training with us at all, it happens at a lot of clubs with "old boys", but as for playing for us again at his age, I don't think so, there are a lot of decent, not to say desperate young players out there we can try out for a fraction of what he will cost us.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.[/p][/quote]Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed. You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.[/p][/quote]Beet me to it. When we are building a young squad based on the premise that we want players who are untarnished by the past, hungry and wanting to succeed why go backwards? I have no problem with him training with us at all, it happens at a lot of clubs with "old boys", but as for playing for us again at his age, I don't think so, there are a lot of decent, not to say desperate young players out there we can try out for a fraction of what he will cost us. owd nick

2:05pm Sat 11 Jan 14

BRFC75 says...

Neill came over here from the land down under /snakes/sharks/poiso
nous spiders and that is only the Australians drink in the pub.
Lucas Neill /Colin Hendry they do 20,000 pounds on ONE RACE I've been there and seen them do it.
I don't think GB needs the baggage that Neil or Hendry brings with them, both dishonourable men,that find themselves short of cash both for the same gambling reasons, and both want to come back to Rovers for simply cash but they both keep spewing words like loyalty/ feels like coming home /liars dishonourable ,ask one question WHY CANNOT LUCAS NEIL GET A CLUB .
Neill came over here from the land down under /snakes/sharks/poiso nous spiders and that is only the Australians drink in the pub. Lucas Neill /Colin Hendry they do 20,000 pounds on ONE RACE I've been there and seen them do it. I don't think GB needs the baggage that Neil or Hendry brings with them, both dishonourable men,that find themselves short of cash both for the same gambling reasons, and both want to come back to Rovers for simply cash but they both keep spewing words like loyalty/ feels like coming home /liars dishonourable ,ask one question WHY CANNOT LUCAS NEIL GET A CLUB . BRFC75

3:56pm Sat 11 Jan 14

gleechy says...

greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.
Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed.

You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.
You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.[/p][/quote]Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed. You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.[/p][/quote]You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you. gleechy

5:34pm Sat 11 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

gleechy wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.
Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed.

You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.
You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.
Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself.
[quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.[/p][/quote]Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed. You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.[/p][/quote]You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.[/p][/quote]Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself. greenscreener

7:11pm Sat 11 Jan 14

gleechy says...

greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.
Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed.

You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.
You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.
Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself.
Well, I'll have one more go at enlightening you, then you're a lost cause.
Lucas was a talented player, had a very successful career at Rovers, he did what most posters on here would do if they were any where near as talented, he would be a sound addition to a club that needs recognition for football reasons.
See no correction needed, I don't want to agree with you just because you have a grudge against a greedy player, so tell me what I am if it makes you feel important, but I think we both know you have something missing, but I'm not trying to score points so we'll leave it there, embarrassing myself indeed.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.[/p][/quote]Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed. You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.[/p][/quote]You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.[/p][/quote]Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself.[/p][/quote]Well, I'll have one more go at enlightening you, then you're a lost cause. Lucas was a talented player, had a very successful career at Rovers, he did what most posters on here would do if they were any where near as talented, he would be a sound addition to a club that needs recognition for football reasons. See no correction needed, I don't want to agree with you just because you have a grudge against a greedy player, so tell me what I am if it makes you feel important, but I think we both know you have something missing, but I'm not trying to score points so we'll leave it there, embarrassing myself indeed. gleechy

7:13pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Rover since 1947 says...

In all the years I have been supporting Rovers, I can only recall two players who have made a successful playing return to the club, they are Bob Langton and Colin Hendry. As is often said, never go back
In all the years I have been supporting Rovers, I can only recall two players who have made a successful playing return to the club, they are Bob Langton and Colin Hendry. As is often said, never go back Rover since 1947

7:43pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Riverside 7 says...

He couldn't wait to leave Rovers and join a BIG club.

Liverpool came in for him but instead he chose to go to West Ham for more money.

We don't need his type at Ewood.
He couldn't wait to leave Rovers and join a BIG club. Liverpool came in for him but instead he chose to go to West Ham for more money. We don't need his type at Ewood. Riverside 7

8:56pm Sat 11 Jan 14

globetrot says...

In Neil's defence, he always gave 100% on the pitch for Rovers, almost legendary :-) Regardless of wether he was on the transfer list or not. Shame he wasn't so smart off the field, orchestrating his initial move away from Blackburn. As fans, we don't even know the full story, it could have been media stirring it up and we all know how sports agents operate. If he is good enough to play for Blackburn then he should be given the opportunity and I am sure the manager will assess the option.
In Neil's defence, he always gave 100% on the pitch for Rovers, almost legendary :-) Regardless of wether he was on the transfer list or not. Shame he wasn't so smart off the field, orchestrating his initial move away from Blackburn. As fans, we don't even know the full story, it could have been media stirring it up and we all know how sports agents operate. If he is good enough to play for Blackburn then he should be given the opportunity and I am sure the manager will assess the option. globetrot

9:13pm Sat 11 Jan 14

peely says...

Is there no end to this football gravy train ? Lucas Neil coming back. .!
Unbelievable , how come no other clubs are even considering him , overage, overated , and over the hill , plus completely wrong mentality and a bad influence on a young and hungry squad that Bowyer keeps telling us he,s trying to forge ! No ,No , No, pi££ off back down under !
Is there no end to this football gravy train ? Lucas Neil coming back. .! Unbelievable , how come no other clubs are even considering him , overage, overated , and over the hill , plus completely wrong mentality and a bad influence on a young and hungry squad that Bowyer keeps telling us he,s trying to forge ! No ,No , No, pi££ off back down under ! peely

10:01pm Sat 11 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

gleechy wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.
Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed.

You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.
You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.
Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself.
Well, I'll have one more go at enlightening you, then you're a lost cause.
Lucas was a talented player, had a very successful career at Rovers, he did what most posters on here would do if they were any where near as talented, he would be a sound addition to a club that needs recognition for football reasons.
See no correction needed, I don't want to agree with you just because you have a grudge against a greedy player, so tell me what I am if it makes you feel important, but I think we both know you have something missing, but I'm not trying to score points so we'll leave it there, embarrassing myself indeed.
What's missing my friend is exactly what any of that has to do with Steve Kean, the reason why your original post was so ridiculous. While I may not support Venkys or those they appointed, I am not so stupid as to blame them for anything that happened three years before they bought the club.

I will say however that your English seems to be improving, well done.
[quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.[/p][/quote]Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed. You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.[/p][/quote]You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.[/p][/quote]Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself.[/p][/quote]Well, I'll have one more go at enlightening you, then you're a lost cause. Lucas was a talented player, had a very successful career at Rovers, he did what most posters on here would do if they were any where near as talented, he would be a sound addition to a club that needs recognition for football reasons. See no correction needed, I don't want to agree with you just because you have a grudge against a greedy player, so tell me what I am if it makes you feel important, but I think we both know you have something missing, but I'm not trying to score points so we'll leave it there, embarrassing myself indeed.[/p][/quote]What's missing my friend is exactly what any of that has to do with Steve Kean, the reason why your original post was so ridiculous. While I may not support Venkys or those they appointed, I am not so stupid as to blame them for anything that happened three years before they bought the club. I will say however that your English seems to be improving, well done. greenscreener

10:58pm Sat 11 Jan 14

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

greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.
Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed.

You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.
You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.
Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself.
A no dads handbag fight. Nearly as good as that fight one the pitch last Saturday between Dann and that carrot.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.[/p][/quote]Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed. You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.[/p][/quote]You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.[/p][/quote]Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself.[/p][/quote]A no dads handbag fight. Nearly as good as that fight one the pitch last Saturday between Dann and that carrot. You're not mugging me off that easily

11:03pm Sat 11 Jan 14

gleechy says...

greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.
Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed.

You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.
You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.
Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself.
Well, I'll have one more go at enlightening you, then you're a lost cause.
Lucas was a talented player, had a very successful career at Rovers, he did what most posters on here would do if they were any where near as talented, he would be a sound addition to a club that needs recognition for football reasons.
See no correction needed, I don't want to agree with you just because you have a grudge against a greedy player, so tell me what I am if it makes you feel important, but I think we both know you have something missing, but I'm not trying to score points so we'll leave it there, embarrassing myself indeed.
What's missing my friend is exactly what any of that has to do with Steve Kean, the reason why your original post was so ridiculous. While I may not support Venkys or those they appointed, I am not so stupid as to blame them for anything that happened three years before they bought the club.

I will say however that your English seems to be improving, well done.
Oh well break all the rules, one last go..
SK butchered the club which made Lucas a top class player and with it some of his good mates were humiliated by a bunch of pretentious owners and scum Kean, that's got to hurt. The fact that he went for a big earner at the end of his playing career is minuscule in comparison to the unthinkable butchery of his once proud club.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.[/p][/quote]Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed. You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.[/p][/quote]You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.[/p][/quote]Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself.[/p][/quote]Well, I'll have one more go at enlightening you, then you're a lost cause. Lucas was a talented player, had a very successful career at Rovers, he did what most posters on here would do if they were any where near as talented, he would be a sound addition to a club that needs recognition for football reasons. See no correction needed, I don't want to agree with you just because you have a grudge against a greedy player, so tell me what I am if it makes you feel important, but I think we both know you have something missing, but I'm not trying to score points so we'll leave it there, embarrassing myself indeed.[/p][/quote]What's missing my friend is exactly what any of that has to do with Steve Kean, the reason why your original post was so ridiculous. While I may not support Venkys or those they appointed, I am not so stupid as to blame them for anything that happened three years before they bought the club. I will say however that your English seems to be improving, well done.[/p][/quote]Oh well break all the rules, one last go.. SK butchered the club which made Lucas a top class player and with it some of his good mates were humiliated by a bunch of pretentious owners and scum Kean, that's got to hurt. The fact that he went for a big earner at the end of his playing career is minuscule in comparison to the unthinkable butchery of his once proud club. gleechy

11:20pm Sat 11 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

gleechy wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
gleechy wrote:
If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.
Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed.

You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.
You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.
Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself.
Well, I'll have one more go at enlightening you, then you're a lost cause.
Lucas was a talented player, had a very successful career at Rovers, he did what most posters on here would do if they were any where near as talented, he would be a sound addition to a club that needs recognition for football reasons.
See no correction needed, I don't want to agree with you just because you have a grudge against a greedy player, so tell me what I am if it makes you feel important, but I think we both know you have something missing, but I'm not trying to score points so we'll leave it there, embarrassing myself indeed.
What's missing my friend is exactly what any of that has to do with Steve Kean, the reason why your original post was so ridiculous. While I may not support Venkys or those they appointed, I am not so stupid as to blame them for anything that happened three years before they bought the club.

I will say however that your English seems to be improving, well done.
Oh well break all the rules, one last go..
SK butchered the club which made Lucas a top class player and with it some of his good mates were humiliated by a bunch of pretentious owners and scum Kean, that's got to hurt. The fact that he went for a big earner at the end of his playing career is minuscule in comparison to the unthinkable butchery of his once proud club.
Just give it up mate, you simply cannot form a rational argument to connect Lucas Neill leaving Rovers under a cloud and Venkys. That last attempt was just ludicrous.
[quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gleechy[/bold] wrote: If those with tiny minds can possibly put their self in a player's position, at Rovers with stability, the owners create a monster SK and back him before any player to the absolute detriment of the club. He was a solid player, the club turned on many of his comrades, even if you have the attention span of a flea you should go back that far and see the impossible position the players were forced into. If he is capable of doing a job, he should be given a chance, the club ruined more than a season's work that some are accusing him of.[/p][/quote]Before you start throwing insults around you should educate yourself with the facts. Neill left Rovers in 2007, years before Venkys ever got involved so his behaviour had nothing to do with anything but his own greed. You should also learn how to string a coherent sentence together before questioning the intelligence of others.[/p][/quote]You are a silly person,I don't take sentence lessons from a silly person so go and jump for that one green one. He was a Rovers regular and this is probably his most successful club, he will want to keep ties with his best club, you don't need to try to educate me about his coming and going times, I don't have your flea brain, and I don't need to look it up either. Try common sense it will enlighten you.[/p][/quote]Thanks for that errant nonsense, and apologies if English is not your first language but I think you just proved my point. You have been corrected by a number of posters on here, just stop embarrassing yourself.[/p][/quote]Well, I'll have one more go at enlightening you, then you're a lost cause. Lucas was a talented player, had a very successful career at Rovers, he did what most posters on here would do if they were any where near as talented, he would be a sound addition to a club that needs recognition for football reasons. See no correction needed, I don't want to agree with you just because you have a grudge against a greedy player, so tell me what I am if it makes you feel important, but I think we both know you have something missing, but I'm not trying to score points so we'll leave it there, embarrassing myself indeed.[/p][/quote]What's missing my friend is exactly what any of that has to do with Steve Kean, the reason why your original post was so ridiculous. While I may not support Venkys or those they appointed, I am not so stupid as to blame them for anything that happened three years before they bought the club. I will say however that your English seems to be improving, well done.[/p][/quote]Oh well break all the rules, one last go.. SK butchered the club which made Lucas a top class player and with it some of his good mates were humiliated by a bunch of pretentious owners and scum Kean, that's got to hurt. The fact that he went for a big earner at the end of his playing career is minuscule in comparison to the unthinkable butchery of his once proud club.[/p][/quote]Just give it up mate, you simply cannot form a rational argument to connect Lucas Neill leaving Rovers under a cloud and Venkys. That last attempt was just ludicrous. greenscreener

12:01am Sun 12 Jan 14

unclejacksblueandwhitearmy says...

Lucas Neil was at best an average right back, who gave away more free kicks and penalties than anyone I can remember, so we don't need an over the hill liability when we already have better young players in the squad.... that is regardless of his diabolical behavior towards the club and the fans of when he left for west ham on a big money contract.... Where as I remember he was a flop and has been ever since!!!
Lucas Neil was at best an average right back, who gave away more free kicks and penalties than anyone I can remember, so we don't need an over the hill liability when we already have better young players in the squad.... that is regardless of his diabolical behavior towards the club and the fans of when he left for west ham on a big money contract.... Where as I remember he was a flop and has been ever since!!! unclejacksblueandwhitearmy

2:27am Sun 12 Jan 14

azza234 says...

This isn't just direct to lucas but he isn't the only player to leave 1 team to go for another who offers more money most players do and most people here would do the same and he isn't the only player to engineer a move away weather it was the wrong way or right way of doing it that being said it doesn't mean that we should sign him.again and i see burnley fans here again remind me who are u lot signing? thats right no one.
This isn't just direct to lucas but he isn't the only player to leave 1 team to go for another who offers more money most players do and most people here would do the same and he isn't the only player to engineer a move away weather it was the wrong way or right way of doing it that being said it doesn't mean that we should sign him.again and i see burnley fans here again remind me who are u lot signing? thats right no one. azza234

6:53pm Sun 12 Jan 14

ghost of sceptic says...

If he has still got it and can do a job he wll do fo me. there is some realy sad bitter supporters on here. Get that chip off yur shoulder Rovers are not Man U players move on to better things thats football. He gave 100% for us as a player and if he can help us into the playoffs so be it.
If he has still got it and can do a job he wll do fo me. there is some realy sad bitter supporters on here. Get that chip off yur shoulder Rovers are not Man U players move on to better things thats football. He gave 100% for us as a player and if he can help us into the playoffs so be it. ghost of sceptic

10:42pm Sun 12 Jan 14

tweeter and the monkey man says...

He was at best an average player. At very best. And not required thanks.
He was at best an average player. At very best. And not required thanks. tweeter and the monkey man

5:51am Mon 13 Jan 14

Lurid67 says...

More neck that a hundred girafes - taxii for neill money grabbing g1t
More neck that a hundred girafes - taxii for neill money grabbing g1t Lurid67

6:35pm Tue 14 Jan 14

portolibero says...

If Scott Dann leaves I'd have him as a back up for Kilgallon/Hanley til the end of the season, if he's fit.

At least he does know the club - is experienced and is a decent player. What's in the past is in the past.
If Scott Dann leaves I'd have him as a back up for Kilgallon/Hanley til the end of the season, if he's fit. At least he does know the club - is experienced and is a decent player. What's in the past is in the past. portolibero

12:36pm Wed 15 Jan 14

LonglivetheVenkys says...

Sounds about right for you mid-table no marks.
Sounds about right for you mid-table no marks. LonglivetheVenkys

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