Rovers boss Bowyer plans to appeal red card handed to skipper Hanley in Millwall draw

Grant Hanley was sent off

Grant Hanley was sent off

First published in Sport This Is Lancashire: Photograph of the Author by , Blackburn Rovers reporter

BLACKBURN Rovers boss Gary Bowyer has confirmed the club will appeal against captain Grant Hanley’s controversial sending off in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at struggling Millwall.

Hanley was shown a red card for the second time this season after he was harshly adjudged to have fouled Steve Morison in the box when the game was goalless.

The Lions converted the resulting spot-kick and slotted in another, two minutes from the end of normal time, after Michael Keane had restored parity.

But 10-man Rovers refused to give up and, for the second match running, they scored an injury-time equaliser courtesy of substitute Josh King.

“My initial reaction was probably the same as everybody else in the ground – that I thought the referee was going to give a free kick to us as the lad had his arms around Grant’s neck,” said Bowyer, whose side have now conceded 10 penalties this season, a number of which have been highly debatable.

“It’s near enough GBH on Grant and then to send him off compounds the decision further as Matt Kilgallon was round to clear the ball.

“After that you’re talking nothing but positives because of the character and spirit we shown.

“We did it on Tuesday against Watford so to do it again was a tremendous effort.

“We’re going to appeal (the sending off) because one, it’s not a foul, and two, we felt Matt Kilgallon was covering around.”

Bowyer also paid tribute to the 392 travelling Rovers supporters.

He said: “It was a great effort from them, travelling to and back from Watford in midweek, and then coming down in their numbers again.

“We’re thankful for them and we’re glad we’ve given them something to cheer.”

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9:14am Mon 31 Mar 14

owd nick says...

Haven't had time to watch the highlights yet so can't comment personally but by all reports everyone appears to agree with GB on this.

By all accounts another sub standard cabbage patch pitch, woeful refereeing, down to 10 men, going behind late on to yet another penalty and still have the desire to fight back and get a draw.

This is the desire that has been missing for far too long in Rovers teams, and with that in mind this season ain't over until the fat lady sings.

Three points tomorrow and we are back in it, really looking forward to the game.

COYB's
Haven't had time to watch the highlights yet so can't comment personally but by all reports everyone appears to agree with GB on this. By all accounts another sub standard cabbage patch pitch, woeful refereeing, down to 10 men, going behind late on to yet another penalty and still have the desire to fight back and get a draw. This is the desire that has been missing for far too long in Rovers teams, and with that in mind this season ain't over until the fat lady sings. Three points tomorrow and we are back in it, really looking forward to the game. COYB's owd nick
  • Score: 23

9:41am Mon 31 Mar 14

Steven Seagull says...

Dirty boy. 5 match minimum ban I reckon considering the form he's got.
Dirty boy. 5 match minimum ban I reckon considering the form he's got. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -39

9:49am Mon 31 Mar 14

Steven Seagull says...

Another absolutely shocking turn out for your away support. 392!!! A return journey of 459 miles.

My mate the Huddersfield fan went to.Reading on Saturday, their return trip was 427 miles and they took nearly 1000. And they don't still think their going to squeeze into the playoffs like some deluded no dads.

I'm embarrassed for you.
Another absolutely shocking turn out for your away support. 392!!! A return journey of 459 miles. My mate the Huddersfield fan went to.Reading on Saturday, their return trip was 427 miles and they took nearly 1000. And they don't still think their going to squeeze into the playoffs like some deluded no dads. I'm embarrassed for you. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -49

10:06am Mon 31 Mar 14

glynners says...

13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash?

Those in glass houses and all that...
13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash? Those in glass houses and all that... glynners
  • Score: 60

10:32am Mon 31 Mar 14

Tatts says...

owd nick wrote:
Haven't had time to watch the highlights yet so can't comment personally but by all reports everyone appears to agree with GB on this.

By all accounts another sub standard cabbage patch pitch, woeful refereeing, down to 10 men, going behind late on to yet another penalty and still have the desire to fight back and get a draw.

This is the desire that has been missing for far too long in Rovers teams, and with that in mind this season ain't over until the fat lady sings.

Three points tomorrow and we are back in it, really looking forward to the game.

COYB's
These two games would have been defeats last season. We aren't the finished article yet but at least we aren't giving up when we go behind.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Haven't had time to watch the highlights yet so can't comment personally but by all reports everyone appears to agree with GB on this. By all accounts another sub standard cabbage patch pitch, woeful refereeing, down to 10 men, going behind late on to yet another penalty and still have the desire to fight back and get a draw. This is the desire that has been missing for far too long in Rovers teams, and with that in mind this season ain't over until the fat lady sings. Three points tomorrow and we are back in it, really looking forward to the game. COYB's[/p][/quote]These two games would have been defeats last season. We aren't the finished article yet but at least we aren't giving up when we go behind. Tatts
  • Score: 18

10:43am Mon 31 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

What that? Blackburn Rovers can't even beat bottom of the league Millwall? Surely not!

How very embarrassing.

Hanley, captain of Blackburn Rovers is a disgrace. There is no place for such loutish behaviour in our game. A 3 match ban minimum with a fine for the club for failing to control him is well in order.

What an absolute shambles.
What that? Blackburn Rovers can't even beat bottom of the league Millwall? Surely not! How very embarrassing. Hanley, captain of Blackburn Rovers is a disgrace. There is no place for such loutish behaviour in our game. A 3 match ban minimum with a fine for the club for failing to control him is well in order. What an absolute shambles. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -64

11:56am Mon 31 Mar 14

inflightmagazine says...

I think it says it all when the opposition manager says the sending off was Harsh and the penalty was debatable.

The youth in the side and general development this season has been good to watch, some silly mistakes at times but young lads will make these, its part of a learning. some good stiff going on though.

-We`ve given the runaway leaders of the league there toughest game of the season,

- kept 12 clean sheets

- despite a middle of the road season had an attendance of 15,325 .

- Jordans had a 20+ goal season again,

- Cairney and Marshall to come Back.

- Jason Lowe finally scored.

- Grant Hanley is beginning to look like a monster player.

- Were scoring from free kicks again.

- Big teams from the premiership are happy to send out there young talent on loan to us.

- Gestede / Rhodes has the look of a good partnership.

- The bars still not to busy so I can get a pint and a pie at halftime, no need for the Ipieapp just yet.

Just a few many more I`m sure.
I think it says it all when the opposition manager says the sending off was Harsh and the penalty was debatable. The youth in the side and general development this season has been good to watch, some silly mistakes at times but young lads will make these, its part of a learning. some good stiff going on though. -We`ve given the runaway leaders of the league there toughest game of the season, - kept 12 clean sheets - despite a middle of the road season had an attendance of 15,325 . - Jordans had a 20+ goal season again, - Cairney and Marshall to come Back. - Jason Lowe finally scored. - Grant Hanley is beginning to look like a monster player. - Were scoring from free kicks again. - Big teams from the premiership are happy to send out there young talent on loan to us. - Gestede / Rhodes has the look of a good partnership. - The bars still not to busy so I can get a pint and a pie at halftime, no need for the Ipieapp just yet. Just a few many more I`m sure. inflightmagazine
  • Score: 12

11:56am Mon 31 Mar 14

owd nick says...

From seeing the highlights both the first penalty and the red card were an absolute disgrace, It was a best a high Rugby tackle on Hanley, Rovers are right to challenge the decision, even Holloway thought it was a joke.

The second? Well there was the slightest contact and the forward went down like he had been shot by a sniper, but we have all seen them given, I think that because Kean was going across him made the Ref's mind up.
From seeing the highlights both the first penalty and the red card were an absolute disgrace, It was a best a high Rugby tackle on Hanley, Rovers are right to challenge the decision, even Holloway thought it was a joke. The second? Well there was the slightest contact and the forward went down like he had been shot by a sniper, but we have all seen them given, I think that because Kean was going across him made the Ref's mind up. owd nick
  • Score: 10

11:59am Mon 31 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 6

12:10pm Mon 31 Mar 14

inflightmagazine says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
What that? Blackburn Rovers can't even beat bottom of the league Millwall? Surely not!

How very embarrassing.

Hanley, captain of Blackburn Rovers is a disgrace. There is no place for such loutish behaviour in our game. A 3 match ban minimum with a fine for the club for failing to control him is well in order.

What an absolute shambles.
just remind me what the score was when you went to millwall.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: What that? Blackburn Rovers can't even beat bottom of the league Millwall? Surely not! How very embarrassing. Hanley, captain of Blackburn Rovers is a disgrace. There is no place for such loutish behaviour in our game. A 3 match ban minimum with a fine for the club for failing to control him is well in order. What an absolute shambles.[/p][/quote]just remind me what the score was when you went to millwall. inflightmagazine
  • Score: 7

12:13pm Mon 31 Mar 14

thetop5 says...

inflightmagazine wrote:
I think it says it all when the opposition manager says the sending off was Harsh and the penalty was debatable.

The youth in the side and general development this season has been good to watch, some silly mistakes at times but young lads will make these, its part of a learning. some good stiff going on though.

-We`ve given the runaway leaders of the league there toughest game of the season,

- kept 12 clean sheets

- despite a middle of the road season had an attendance of 15,325 .

- Jordans had a 20+ goal season again,

- Cairney and Marshall to come Back.

- Jason Lowe finally scored.

- Grant Hanley is beginning to look like a monster player.

- Were scoring from free kicks again.

- Big teams from the premiership are happy to send out there young talent on loan to us.

- Gestede / Rhodes has the look of a good partnership.

- The bars still not to busy so I can get a pint and a pie at halftime, no need for the Ipieapp just yet.

Just a few many more I`m sure.
Agree with the above other than a pin and a half at half time. That is a serious thirst and strong bladder you have !
[quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: I think it says it all when the opposition manager says the sending off was Harsh and the penalty was debatable. The youth in the side and general development this season has been good to watch, some silly mistakes at times but young lads will make these, its part of a learning. some good stiff going on though. -We`ve given the runaway leaders of the league there toughest game of the season, - kept 12 clean sheets - despite a middle of the road season had an attendance of 15,325 . - Jordans had a 20+ goal season again, - Cairney and Marshall to come Back. - Jason Lowe finally scored. - Grant Hanley is beginning to look like a monster player. - Were scoring from free kicks again. - Big teams from the premiership are happy to send out there young talent on loan to us. - Gestede / Rhodes has the look of a good partnership. - The bars still not to busy so I can get a pint and a pie at halftime, no need for the Ipieapp just yet. Just a few many more I`m sure.[/p][/quote]Agree with the above other than a pin and a half at half time. That is a serious thirst and strong bladder you have ! thetop5
  • Score: 1

12:14pm Mon 31 Mar 14

dangerous dave says...

owd nick wrote:
Haven't had time to watch the highlights yet so can't comment personally but by all reports everyone appears to agree with GB on this.

By all accounts another sub standard cabbage patch pitch, woeful refereeing, down to 10 men, going behind late on to yet another penalty and still have the desire to fight back and get a draw.

This is the desire that has been missing for far too long in Rovers teams, and with that in mind this season ain't over until the fat lady sings.

Three points tomorrow and we are back in it, really looking forward to the game.

COYB's
what a real **** you are - head in the bucket with half a brain - similar to the Management at Ewood - its always the refs fault according to GB and not some of the idiots he has playing for the team - like him Mr Nick you are blinded by ideas of grandeur!!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Haven't had time to watch the highlights yet so can't comment personally but by all reports everyone appears to agree with GB on this. By all accounts another sub standard cabbage patch pitch, woeful refereeing, down to 10 men, going behind late on to yet another penalty and still have the desire to fight back and get a draw. This is the desire that has been missing for far too long in Rovers teams, and with that in mind this season ain't over until the fat lady sings. Three points tomorrow and we are back in it, really looking forward to the game. COYB's[/p][/quote]what a real **** you are - head in the bucket with half a brain - similar to the Management at Ewood - its always the refs fault according to GB and not some of the idiots he has playing for the team - like him Mr Nick you are blinded by ideas of grandeur!!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS dangerous dave
  • Score: -9

12:14pm Mon 31 Mar 14

dangerous dave says...

owd nick wrote:
Haven't had time to watch the highlights yet so can't comment personally but by all reports everyone appears to agree with GB on this.

By all accounts another sub standard cabbage patch pitch, woeful refereeing, down to 10 men, going behind late on to yet another penalty and still have the desire to fight back and get a draw.

This is the desire that has been missing for far too long in Rovers teams, and with that in mind this season ain't over until the fat lady sings.

Three points tomorrow and we are back in it, really looking forward to the game.

COYB's
what a real **** you are - head in the bucket with half a brain - similar to the Management at Ewood - its always the refs fault according to GB and not some of the idiots he has playing for the team - like him Mr Nick you are blinded by ideas of grandeur!!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Haven't had time to watch the highlights yet so can't comment personally but by all reports everyone appears to agree with GB on this. By all accounts another sub standard cabbage patch pitch, woeful refereeing, down to 10 men, going behind late on to yet another penalty and still have the desire to fight back and get a draw. This is the desire that has been missing for far too long in Rovers teams, and with that in mind this season ain't over until the fat lady sings. Three points tomorrow and we are back in it, really looking forward to the game. COYB's[/p][/quote]what a real **** you are - head in the bucket with half a brain - similar to the Management at Ewood - its always the refs fault according to GB and not some of the idiots he has playing for the team - like him Mr Nick you are blinded by ideas of grandeur!!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS dangerous dave
  • Score: -8

12:34pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -14

12:36pm Mon 31 Mar 14

inflightmagazine says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ? inflightmagazine
  • Score: 11

12:55pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Wild Rover says...

inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
He doesn't go, and he hasn't had time to google it, so he can't answer the question
Football is not his thing really. I have heard he is taking up the Caber in time for the next Highland games, I reckon he could be an absolute champion to55er
[quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]He doesn't go, and he hasn't had time to google it, so he can't answer the question Football is not his thing really. I have heard he is taking up the Caber in time for the next Highland games, I reckon he could be an absolute champion to55er Wild Rover
  • Score: 7

12:58pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
[quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014 Super_Clarets
  • Score: -6

1:00pm Mon 31 Mar 14

inflightmagazine says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall inflightmagazine
  • Score: 3

1:01pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
[quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -3

1:03pm Mon 31 Mar 14

inflightmagazine says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away inflightmagazine
  • Score: 2

1:15pm Mon 31 Mar 14

londonrover says...

Just watched the highlights ... what a ridiculous decision the first penalty was ... I'd like to know how on earth the ref. could come to the conclusion that Hanley was at fault in any way; the second penalty was equally debatable.
Just watched the highlights ... what a ridiculous decision the first penalty was ... I'd like to know how on earth the ref. could come to the conclusion that Hanley was at fault in any way; the second penalty was equally debatable. londonrover
  • Score: 9

1:16pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
[quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way? Super_Clarets
  • Score: -11

1:17pm Mon 31 Mar 14

earwego says...

Millwall 2 Dingles 2. 2nd Nov 2013. With 11 men
Millwall 2 Dingles 2. 2nd Nov 2013. With 11 men earwego
  • Score: 9

1:27pm Mon 31 Mar 14

inflightmagazine says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom.

you brought the result up just responding
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way?[/p][/quote]2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom. you brought the result up just responding inflightmagazine
  • Score: 11

1:41pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom.

you brought the result up just responding
Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win.

Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen.

You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off.

If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.
[quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way?[/p][/quote]2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom. you brought the result up just responding[/p][/quote]Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win. Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen. You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off. If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -13

1:58pm Mon 31 Mar 14

inflightmagazine says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom.

you brought the result up just responding
Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win.

Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen.

You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off.

If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.
no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players.

HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way?[/p][/quote]2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom. you brought the result up just responding[/p][/quote]Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win. Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen. You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off. If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.[/p][/quote]no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players. HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5) inflightmagazine
  • Score: 9

1:58pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Harwoodstblue says...

glynners wrote:
13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash?

Those in glass houses and all that...
And two or three thousand of those are plastics who have come out of the woodwork in recent weeks. Believe me I know one or two who have suddenly started....erm 'going again.'
[quote][p][bold]glynners[/bold] wrote: 13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash? Those in glass houses and all that...[/p][/quote]And two or three thousand of those are plastics who have come out of the woodwork in recent weeks. Believe me I know one or two who have suddenly started....erm 'going again.' Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 6

2:38pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom.

you brought the result up just responding
Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win.

Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen.

You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off.

If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.
no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players.

HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)
Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter.

A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo.

English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go'
: lumbering and slow-witted.
: a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding.
: one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.
[quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way?[/p][/quote]2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom. you brought the result up just responding[/p][/quote]Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win. Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen. You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off. If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.[/p][/quote]no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players. HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)[/p][/quote]Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter. A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo. English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go' : lumbering and slow-witted. : a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding. : one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -6

2:45pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Rover47 says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Another absolutely shocking turn out for your away support. 392!!! A return journey of 459 miles.

My mate the Huddersfield fan went to.Reading on Saturday, their return trip was 427 miles and they took nearly 1000. And they don't still think their going to squeeze into the playoffs like some deluded no dads.

I'm embarrassed for you.
You're embarrassing yourself, mate. Millwall isn't a ground many people would choose to go, while Reading is much less intimidating - and easier to get to.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: Another absolutely shocking turn out for your away support. 392!!! A return journey of 459 miles. My mate the Huddersfield fan went to.Reading on Saturday, their return trip was 427 miles and they took nearly 1000. And they don't still think their going to squeeze into the playoffs like some deluded no dads. I'm embarrassed for you.[/p][/quote]You're embarrassing yourself, mate. Millwall isn't a ground many people would choose to go, while Reading is much less intimidating - and easier to get to. Rover47
  • Score: 5

2:55pm Mon 31 Mar 14

inflightmagazine says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom.

you brought the result up just responding
Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win.

Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen.

You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off.

If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.
no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players.

HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)
Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter.

A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo.

English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go'
: lumbering and slow-witted.
: a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding.
: one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.
its still name calling as opposed to reasoned discussion , so based on recent evidence I shall add you to the list of cerebrally challenged cretins that come on here with no real understanding of clever and witty banter.

I have a few Burnley fans as friends and have really enjoyed some funny moments exchanging banter with each other these last two years or so and we`ve tended to agree there are still a number of brain dead ,moronic, self defecating, sub human, drains on society that take the rivalry just a bit too far.

I am putting you in that box and throwing away the key,
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way?[/p][/quote]2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom. you brought the result up just responding[/p][/quote]Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win. Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen. You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off. If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.[/p][/quote]no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players. HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)[/p][/quote]Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter. A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo. English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go' : lumbering and slow-witted. : a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding. : one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.[/p][/quote]its still name calling as opposed to reasoned discussion , so based on recent evidence I shall add you to the list of cerebrally challenged cretins that come on here with no real understanding of clever and witty banter. I have a few Burnley fans as friends and have really enjoyed some funny moments exchanging banter with each other these last two years or so and we`ve tended to agree there are still a number of brain dead ,moronic, self defecating, sub human, drains on society that take the rivalry just a bit too far. I am putting you in that box and throwing away the key, inflightmagazine
  • Score: 7

3:35pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom.

you brought the result up just responding
Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win.

Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen.

You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off.

If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.
no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players.

HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)
Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter.

A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo.

English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go'
: lumbering and slow-witted.
: a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding.
: one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.
its still name calling as opposed to reasoned discussion , so based on recent evidence I shall add you to the list of cerebrally challenged cretins that come on here with no real understanding of clever and witty banter.

I have a few Burnley fans as friends and have really enjoyed some funny moments exchanging banter with each other these last two years or so and we`ve tended to agree there are still a number of brain dead ,moronic, self defecating, sub human, drains on society that take the rivalry just a bit too far.

I am putting you in that box and throwing away the key,
Mungo, please explain your term "self defecating"? I've never heard that one before.
[quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way?[/p][/quote]2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom. you brought the result up just responding[/p][/quote]Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win. Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen. You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off. If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.[/p][/quote]no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players. HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)[/p][/quote]Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter. A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo. English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go' : lumbering and slow-witted. : a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding. : one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.[/p][/quote]its still name calling as opposed to reasoned discussion , so based on recent evidence I shall add you to the list of cerebrally challenged cretins that come on here with no real understanding of clever and witty banter. I have a few Burnley fans as friends and have really enjoyed some funny moments exchanging banter with each other these last two years or so and we`ve tended to agree there are still a number of brain dead ,moronic, self defecating, sub human, drains on society that take the rivalry just a bit too far. I am putting you in that box and throwing away the key,[/p][/quote]Mungo, please explain your term "self defecating"? I've never heard that one before. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -4

4:04pm Mon 31 Mar 14

jim 2012 says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Another absolutely shocking turn out for your away support. 392!!! A return journey of 459 miles.

My mate the Huddersfield fan went to.Reading on Saturday, their return trip was 427 miles and they took nearly 1000. And they don't still think their going to squeeze into the playoffs like some deluded no dads.

I'm embarrassed for you.
have you ever been to london on a weekend
do you even know how to get to millwall
my guess is you can't find your way out of your own front door
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: Another absolutely shocking turn out for your away support. 392!!! A return journey of 459 miles. My mate the Huddersfield fan went to.Reading on Saturday, their return trip was 427 miles and they took nearly 1000. And they don't still think their going to squeeze into the playoffs like some deluded no dads. I'm embarrassed for you.[/p][/quote]have you ever been to london on a weekend do you even know how to get to millwall my guess is you can't find your way out of your own front door jim 2012
  • Score: 6

4:32pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Stretch_22 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom.

you brought the result up just responding
Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win.

Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen.

You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off.

If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.
no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players.

HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)
Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter.

A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo.

English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go'
: lumbering and slow-witted.
: a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding.
: one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.
Your claiming the moral high ground? Fu*k me I've heard it all now. Chanting about Jack Walkers death, calling us no dads, racist comments, and your upset about being called a Dingle? Sad...
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way?[/p][/quote]2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom. you brought the result up just responding[/p][/quote]Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win. Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen. You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off. If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.[/p][/quote]no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players. HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)[/p][/quote]Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter. A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo. English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go' : lumbering and slow-witted. : a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding. : one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.[/p][/quote]Your claiming the moral high ground? Fu*k me I've heard it all now. Chanting about Jack Walkers death, calling us no dads, racist comments, and your upset about being called a Dingle? Sad... Stretch_22
  • Score: 10

4:49pm Mon 31 Mar 14

mushypeaman says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Dirty boy. 5 match minimum ban I reckon considering the form he's got.
What a moron.If you can't make sensible comments don't bother. Still what can you expect from a Turd Moor idiot.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: Dirty boy. 5 match minimum ban I reckon considering the form he's got.[/p][/quote]What a moron.If you can't make sensible comments don't bother. Still what can you expect from a Turd Moor idiot. mushypeaman
  • Score: 10

5:15pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

Stretch_22 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom.

you brought the result up just responding
Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win.

Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen.

You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off.

If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.
no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players.

HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)
Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter.

A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo.

English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go'
: lumbering and slow-witted.
: a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding.
: one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.
Your claiming the moral high ground? Fu*k me I've heard it all now. Chanting about Jack Walkers death, calling us no dads, racist comments, and your upset about being called a Dingle? Sad...
Dingle is fine, I actually quite like it. Although you did copy it when Bolton fans initially christened you lot Dingles. Have you got nothing original?

Chanting about Jack Walker being dead? Personally I don't do that. It is however in my opinion not intended as a malicious chant in that sense, but simply a reminder that you are now owned by Venky's, lest you forget. I imagine the fact that you are owned by Venky's causes suffering enough, perhaps that why we remind you.

No-dads? I could call you b45tards but I find that "no-dad" takes the edge off somewhat. You can't argue with that one.

Racist comments? You must be confusing me with someone else. To assume that my highlighting of India as a filthy country based on easily obtainable disease and malnutrition facts and interpret this to be a racist comment could only mean that you sir are the racist. I was simply relaying facts (Goat rape excepted), and it is in fact you who has the racist outlook.

Shocking.
[quote][p][bold]Stretch_22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way?[/p][/quote]2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom. you brought the result up just responding[/p][/quote]Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win. Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen. You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off. If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.[/p][/quote]no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players. HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)[/p][/quote]Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter. A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo. English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go' : lumbering and slow-witted. : a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding. : one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.[/p][/quote]Your claiming the moral high ground? Fu*k me I've heard it all now. Chanting about Jack Walkers death, calling us no dads, racist comments, and your upset about being called a Dingle? Sad...[/p][/quote]Dingle is fine, I actually quite like it. Although you did copy it when Bolton fans initially christened you lot Dingles. Have you got nothing original? Chanting about Jack Walker being dead? Personally I don't do that. It is however in my opinion not intended as a malicious chant in that sense, but simply a reminder that you are now owned by Venky's, lest you forget. I imagine the fact that you are owned by Venky's causes suffering enough, perhaps that why we remind you. No-dads? I could call you b45tards but I find that "no-dad" takes the edge off somewhat. You can't argue with that one. Racist comments? You must be confusing me with someone else. To assume that my highlighting of India as a filthy country based on easily obtainable disease and malnutrition facts and interpret this to be a racist comment could only mean that you sir are the racist. I was simply relaying facts (Goat rape excepted), and it is in fact you who has the racist outlook. Shocking. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -6

5:58pm Mon 31 Mar 14

baldie says...

glynners wrote:
13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash?

Those in glass houses and all that...
Not even that.Nearer 12000 according to David Eyres and his mate on radio Lancs.
They both laughed when it gave the away support at 2000+.
They both agreed it was over 4000.
Same old Burnley........
[quote][p][bold]glynners[/bold] wrote: 13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash? Those in glass houses and all that...[/p][/quote]Not even that.Nearer 12000 according to David Eyres and his mate on radio Lancs. They both laughed when it gave the away support at 2000+. They both agreed it was over 4000. Same old Burnley........ baldie
  • Score: 6

6:41pm Mon 31 Mar 14

owd nick says...

dangerous dave wrote:
owd nick wrote:
Haven't had time to watch the highlights yet so can't comment personally but by all reports everyone appears to agree with GB on this.

By all accounts another sub standard cabbage patch pitch, woeful refereeing, down to 10 men, going behind late on to yet another penalty and still have the desire to fight back and get a draw.

This is the desire that has been missing for far too long in Rovers teams, and with that in mind this season ain't over until the fat lady sings.

Three points tomorrow and we are back in it, really looking forward to the game.

COYB's
what a real **** you are - head in the bucket with half a brain - similar to the Management at Ewood - its always the refs fault according to GB and not some of the idiots he has playing for the team - like him Mr Nick you are blinded by ideas of grandeur!!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
So good you had to post it twice LOL.

Priceless.
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Haven't had time to watch the highlights yet so can't comment personally but by all reports everyone appears to agree with GB on this. By all accounts another sub standard cabbage patch pitch, woeful refereeing, down to 10 men, going behind late on to yet another penalty and still have the desire to fight back and get a draw. This is the desire that has been missing for far too long in Rovers teams, and with that in mind this season ain't over until the fat lady sings. Three points tomorrow and we are back in it, really looking forward to the game. COYB's[/p][/quote]what a real **** you are - head in the bucket with half a brain - similar to the Management at Ewood - its always the refs fault according to GB and not some of the idiots he has playing for the team - like him Mr Nick you are blinded by ideas of grandeur!!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]So good you had to post it twice LOL. Priceless. owd nick
  • Score: -2

7:20pm Mon 31 Mar 14

DoggydogNo1 says...

its been 12 years since millwall beat ya! great record that!
its been 12 years since millwall beat ya! great record that! DoggydogNo1
  • Score: -1

7:39pm Mon 31 Mar 14

kazluvsrovers says...

Having watched the Hanley incident quite a few times I am disgusted at yet again another crap refereeing decision, had we played the whole match with 11 men we would have come away with all 3 points.
the only good thing about Saturday was Leicester winning at the dingle den and Sam Vokes getting injured, the dingles are all using that as an excuse for their loss, they have short memories because had we got Cairney and Marshal on the 9th March things would have been a whole lot different.
never mind! Onwards and upwards...
Having watched the Hanley incident quite a few times I am disgusted at yet again another crap refereeing decision, had we played the whole match with 11 men we would have come away with all 3 points. the only good thing about Saturday was Leicester winning at the dingle den and Sam Vokes getting injured, the dingles are all using that as an excuse for their loss, they have short memories because had we got Cairney and Marshal on the 9th March things would have been a whole lot different. never mind! Onwards and upwards... kazluvsrovers
  • Score: 3

8:40pm Mon 31 Mar 14

eddyo says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom.

you brought the result up just responding
Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win.

Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen.

You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off.

If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.
no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players.

HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)
Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter.

A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo.

English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go'
: lumbering and slow-witted.
: a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding.
: one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.
its still name calling as opposed to reasoned discussion , so based on recent evidence I shall add you to the list of cerebrally challenged cretins that come on here with no real understanding of clever and witty banter.

I have a few Burnley fans as friends and have really enjoyed some funny moments exchanging banter with each other these last two years or so and we`ve tended to agree there are still a number of brain dead ,moronic, self defecating, sub human, drains on society that take the rivalry just a bit too far.

I am putting you in that box and throwing away the key,
Mungo, please explain your term "self defecating"? I've never heard that one before.
Self-defecating? It means you sh1t yourself - out of your head, mouth, @rse. Pretty much everywhere really. Not a nice thing to have I imagine. But...
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way?[/p][/quote]2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom. you brought the result up just responding[/p][/quote]Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win. Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen. You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off. If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.[/p][/quote]no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players. HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)[/p][/quote]Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter. A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo. English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go' : lumbering and slow-witted. : a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding. : one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.[/p][/quote]its still name calling as opposed to reasoned discussion , so based on recent evidence I shall add you to the list of cerebrally challenged cretins that come on here with no real understanding of clever and witty banter. I have a few Burnley fans as friends and have really enjoyed some funny moments exchanging banter with each other these last two years or so and we`ve tended to agree there are still a number of brain dead ,moronic, self defecating, sub human, drains on society that take the rivalry just a bit too far. I am putting you in that box and throwing away the key,[/p][/quote]Mungo, please explain your term "self defecating"? I've never heard that one before.[/p][/quote]Self-defecating? It means you sh1t yourself - out of your head, mouth, @rse. Pretty much everywhere really. Not a nice thing to have I imagine. But... eddyo
  • Score: 0

10:08pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Garylla says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
How did you do v Leicester at home a week after they scraped a point against us and the mighty Yeovil? Slippery slope mate
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way?[/p][/quote]How did you do v Leicester at home a week after they scraped a point against us and the mighty Yeovil? Slippery slope mate Garylla
  • Score: 1

11:04pm Mon 31 Mar 14

owd nick says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
inflightmagazine wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.
No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league!

You really couldn't make it up.
and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?
Burnley 3 -1 Millwall
Saturday 8th Feb 2014
at millwall
No we beat them 3-1 at home.
we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away
We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league.

When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence.

You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them.

What's your point by the way?
2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom.

you brought the result up just responding
Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win.

Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen.

You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off.

If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.
no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players.

HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)
Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter.

A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo.

English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go'
: lumbering and slow-witted.
: a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding.
: one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.
its still name calling as opposed to reasoned discussion , so based on recent evidence I shall add you to the list of cerebrally challenged cretins that come on here with no real understanding of clever and witty banter.

I have a few Burnley fans as friends and have really enjoyed some funny moments exchanging banter with each other these last two years or so and we`ve tended to agree there are still a number of brain dead ,moronic, self defecating, sub human, drains on society that take the rivalry just a bit too far.

I am putting you in that box and throwing away the key,
Mungo, please explain your term "self defecating"? I've never heard that one before.
It's quite accurate in your case.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inflightmagazine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Just look on it as a test of character which the team admirably passed. Well done.[/p][/quote]No-dad's overjoyed at not getting beat off a team at the bottom of the league! You really couldn't make it up.[/p][/quote]and the score when you played them with 11 men was ?[/p][/quote]Burnley 3 -1 Millwall Saturday 8th Feb 2014[/p][/quote]at millwall[/p][/quote]No we beat them 3-1 at home.[/p][/quote]we beat the 3-2 at home what was the score away[/p][/quote]We drew 2-2 at Millwall. At that time Millwall were in good form having previously earned a 2-2 draw away at QPR and followed this up with a 1-1 draw against Reading. They were 18th in the league. When you played them away they were in shocking form having taken just 1 win in their previous 12 games and coming off the back off an abysmal run of 5 defeats in 7 games. They were bottom of the league, 3 points from safety and playing totally without confidence. You couldn't have played them at a better time and you still couldn't beat them. What's your point by the way?[/p][/quote]2 games before your draw they had been tanked 5-2 by Bournemouth and 4-0 by Birminhgham, they haven't lost by more than 1 goal in their last 9 games before we played and have a win against derby, and is it really a good time to play a team clearly fighting for their lives at the bottom. you brought the result up just responding[/p][/quote]Haha have to hand it to you Mungo, in terms of pure desperation to find a positive, you win. Overjoyed at taking a point at the leagues whipping boys when you desperately need wins to escape from mid-table shows how far your standards have fallen. You continue to drop points while the teams around you are slowly but surely catching you up and overtaking you, most recently Bournemouth who started the year SIX places below you. You were in 8th place not so long ago, a win away from the play-off's and look at you now, 12th place and effectively 9 points off. If a point at Millwall makes you proud then good for you.[/p][/quote]no one said we were over joyed you did, this is a rovers fan page were we discuss the merits of the games and our players. HaHa and Mungo ( who the hells mungo and how old are you 5)[/p][/quote]Mungo is a generic reference to the everyday Blackburn Rovers supporter. A friendly, inoffensive term (unlike the nasty spiteful names we get called) and is based on the Mongo character from the 1974 western parody Blazing Saddles. Although obviously you lot are not quite as intelligent or articulate as Mongo. English Dictionary: Mungo (noun) 'Mun·go' : lumbering and slow-witted. : a harmlessly deranged person lacking in common powers of understanding. : one with a marked propensity or fondness for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and/or horses.[/p][/quote]its still name calling as opposed to reasoned discussion , so based on recent evidence I shall add you to the list of cerebrally challenged cretins that come on here with no real understanding of clever and witty banter. I have a few Burnley fans as friends and have really enjoyed some funny moments exchanging banter with each other these last two years or so and we`ve tended to agree there are still a number of brain dead ,moronic, self defecating, sub human, drains on society that take the rivalry just a bit too far. I am putting you in that box and throwing away the key,[/p][/quote]Mungo, please explain your term "self defecating"? I've never heard that one before.[/p][/quote]It's quite accurate in your case. owd nick
  • Score: 2

12:52am Tue 1 Apr 14

RobH2O says...

baldie wrote:
glynners wrote:
13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash?

Those in glass houses and all that...
Not even that.Nearer 12000 according to David Eyres and his mate on radio Lancs.
They both laughed when it gave the away support at 2000+.
They both agreed it was over 4000.
Same old Burnley........
Crowd 16,794. Leicester following 2,860. Clarets 13,934. Official stats. Televised games, on average 15% down on games not covered.

Spit the bile out lads. You stink. Go have a shower.
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glynners[/bold] wrote: 13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash? Those in glass houses and all that...[/p][/quote]Not even that.Nearer 12000 according to David Eyres and his mate on radio Lancs. They both laughed when it gave the away support at 2000+. They both agreed it was over 4000. Same old Burnley........[/p][/quote]Crowd 16,794. Leicester following 2,860. Clarets 13,934. Official stats. Televised games, on average 15% down on games not covered. Spit the bile out lads. You stink. Go have a shower. RobH2O
  • Score: -3

1:19am Tue 1 Apr 14

Maxrus says...

RobH2O wrote:
baldie wrote:
glynners wrote:
13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash?

Those in glass houses and all that...
Not even that.Nearer 12000 according to David Eyres and his mate on radio Lancs.
They both laughed when it gave the away support at 2000+.
They both agreed it was over 4000.
Same old Burnley........
Crowd 16,794. Leicester following 2,860. Clarets 13,934. Official stats. Televised games, on average 15% down on games not covered.

Spit the bile out lads. You stink. Go have a shower.
Official stats! By that you mean your own officials - guessing they used your tried and tested digit counting method, 6 + 6 = 16,794
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glynners[/bold] wrote: 13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash? Those in glass houses and all that...[/p][/quote]Not even that.Nearer 12000 according to David Eyres and his mate on radio Lancs. They both laughed when it gave the away support at 2000+. They both agreed it was over 4000. Same old Burnley........[/p][/quote]Crowd 16,794. Leicester following 2,860. Clarets 13,934. Official stats. Televised games, on average 15% down on games not covered. Spit the bile out lads. You stink. Go have a shower.[/p][/quote]Official stats! By that you mean your own officials - guessing they used your tried and tested digit counting method, 6 + 6 = 16,794 Maxrus
  • Score: 6

1:24pm Tue 1 Apr 14

RobH2O says...

Maxrus wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
baldie wrote:
glynners wrote:
13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash?

Those in glass houses and all that...
Not even that.Nearer 12000 according to David Eyres and his mate on radio Lancs.
They both laughed when it gave the away support at 2000+.
They both agreed it was over 4000.
Same old Burnley........
Crowd 16,794. Leicester following 2,860. Clarets 13,934. Official stats. Televised games, on average 15% down on games not covered.

Spit the bile out lads. You stink. Go have a shower.
Official stats! By that you mean your own officials - guessing they used your tried and tested digit counting method, 6 + 6 = 16,794
No ticket office returns you amazingly dumb sack. NCP has been on asking for extra space to park cars. Put the space between your ears up for offer you total numpty.
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glynners[/bold] wrote: 13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash? Those in glass houses and all that...[/p][/quote]Not even that.Nearer 12000 according to David Eyres and his mate on radio Lancs. They both laughed when it gave the away support at 2000+. They both agreed it was over 4000. Same old Burnley........[/p][/quote]Crowd 16,794. Leicester following 2,860. Clarets 13,934. Official stats. Televised games, on average 15% down on games not covered. Spit the bile out lads. You stink. Go have a shower.[/p][/quote]Official stats! By that you mean your own officials - guessing they used your tried and tested digit counting method, 6 + 6 = 16,794[/p][/quote]No ticket office returns you amazingly dumb sack. NCP has been on asking for extra space to park cars. Put the space between your ears up for offer you total numpty. RobH2O
  • Score: 0

11:54pm Tue 1 Apr 14

Maxrus says...

RobH2O wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
baldie wrote:
glynners wrote:
13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash?

Those in glass houses and all that...
Not even that.Nearer 12000 according to David Eyres and his mate on radio Lancs.
They both laughed when it gave the away support at 2000+.
They both agreed it was over 4000.
Same old Burnley........
Crowd 16,794. Leicester following 2,860. Clarets 13,934. Official stats. Televised games, on average 15% down on games not covered.

Spit the bile out lads. You stink. Go have a shower.
Official stats! By that you mean your own officials - guessing they used your tried and tested digit counting method, 6 + 6 = 16,794
No ticket office returns you amazingly dumb sack. NCP has been on asking for extra space to park cars. Put the space between your ears up for offer you total numpty.
Ooh errr!! Touched a nerve, did I ??
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glynners[/bold] wrote: 13500 home fans to watch a top of table clash? Those in glass houses and all that...[/p][/quote]Not even that.Nearer 12000 according to David Eyres and his mate on radio Lancs. They both laughed when it gave the away support at 2000+. They both agreed it was over 4000. Same old Burnley........[/p][/quote]Crowd 16,794. Leicester following 2,860. Clarets 13,934. Official stats. Televised games, on average 15% down on games not covered. Spit the bile out lads. You stink. Go have a shower.[/p][/quote]Official stats! By that you mean your own officials - guessing they used your tried and tested digit counting method, 6 + 6 = 16,794[/p][/quote]No ticket office returns you amazingly dumb sack. NCP has been on asking for extra space to park cars. Put the space between your ears up for offer you total numpty.[/p][/quote]Ooh errr!! Touched a nerve, did I ?? Maxrus
  • Score: 0

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