Bowyer hails his Rovers side as gap is cut to two points

This Is Lancashire: Birmingham boss Lee Clark congratulates Gary Bowyer Birmingham boss Lee Clark congratulates Gary Bowyer

GARY Bowyer paid tribute to patched-up Blackburn Rovers after they kept their season alive with a 4-2 victory at Birmingham City inspired by hat-trick hero Rudy Gestede.

But Rovers boss Bowyer, having seen his side move within two points of the play-offs with two games of the campaign to play, will not be getting carried away ahead of another must-win match at Charlton Athletic on Saturday.

Bowyer, who was without eight first-team players, said: “We’re going into the Charlton game with something to play for.

“We said before this game that it was about keeping our season alive and that’s what we’ve done.

“Rudy was a handful but everybody contributed massively.

MORE TOP STORIES:

“All we can do is focus on our performances and what we can control – and we’ve said that for a long time now.

“Only on Friday people were writing us off, saying that was the end of the play-offs.

“But I’ve always said the Championship has got more twists to come – with two minutes to go in the final games of the season there is going to be another twist.

“We’ve just got to stay level and try and not get carried away, which we’ve done throughout the season.

“We’ve just got to prepare properly for the game at Charlton now as it is going to be very difficult.”

Bowyer was delighted with Rovers’ exhilarating first-half performance in which they raced into a four-goal lead courtesy of Gestede’s first hat-trick of his career and right-back Todd Kane’s second goal of the season.

Kane, along with Markus Olsson, Corry Evans and the excellent Josh King, were recalled after Michael Keane (knee), Tommy Spurr (groin), Lee Williamson (neck) and Tom Cairney (groin) were ruled out after picking up knocks in Good Friday’s 0-0 home draw with Yeovil Town.

Spurr, previously Rovers’ sole ever present in the league, didn’t travel.

Keane, Williamson and Cairney did but, along with David Dunn (calf), the quartet all failed late fitness tests.

Bowyer, who was already without Ben Marshall, Dickson Etuhu and Adam Henley, also saw Jason Lowe pick up an ankle injury in the second half.

But the midfielder battled on – out of position up front – as Rovers had used all three of their substitutes.

“Hopefully the lads will recover and give us a selection problem for Saturday,” added Bowyer, who was unhappy with the manner of Birmingham’s second-half goals.

The victory extended Rovers’ unbeaten league run to 10 matches, the current longest in the Championship and the club’s longest since February 2001.

Bowyer, whose free-scoring side have netted 24 goals during that time, said: “This time last year when we came here we had just escaped relegation so we have made a bit of progress.

“So I’m proud of the group to have gone 10 games unbeaten.

“They’ve had to go through a hell of a lot this season but they’ve stuck together and they’ve believed in what they want to do.

“But it’s not finished yet. We’ve got two more big games.”

Following the trip to Charlton, Rovers host Wigan Athletic, on the final day of the season.

Comments (81)

Please log in to enable comment sorting

8:18am Tue 22 Apr 14

owd nick says...

All depends now on how many fit players he will have fit for Saturday and can we get another three points in the bag.

If that happens let the other results take care of themselves then it's Wigan at home and who knows.

Still a long shot....but.
All depends now on how many fit players he will have fit for Saturday and can we get another three points in the bag. If that happens let the other results take care of themselves then it's Wigan at home and who knows. Still a long shot....but. owd nick
  • Score: 22

8:39am Tue 22 Apr 14

MatthewCA says...

All the best, Good Luck

Hope same result with more goals aganist Charlton

the Last game , Wigan may be in safe position. We can get fair play from them !!!! :)) to qualitfy to the 6th position.

But next match is a must win game otherwise :((((((((((( sad for this season.
All the best, Good Luck Hope same result with more goals aganist Charlton the Last game , Wigan may be in safe position. We can get fair play from them !!!! :)) to qualitfy to the 6th position. But next match is a must win game otherwise :((((((((((( sad for this season. MatthewCA
  • Score: 12

8:42am Tue 22 Apr 14

greenscreener says...

owd nick wrote:
All depends now on how many fit players he will have fit for Saturday and can we get another three points in the bag.

If that happens let the other results take care of themselves then it's Wigan at home and who knows.

Still a long shot....but.
After Yeovil I was thinking it might all over but if we beat Charlton the Wigan game could be huge. Rovers are still fighting and looking at the remaining fixtures it could be very close.

COYB.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: All depends now on how many fit players he will have fit for Saturday and can we get another three points in the bag. If that happens let the other results take care of themselves then it's Wigan at home and who knows. Still a long shot....but.[/p][/quote]After Yeovil I was thinking it might all over but if we beat Charlton the Wigan game could be huge. Rovers are still fighting and looking at the remaining fixtures it could be very close. COYB. greenscreener
  • Score: 14

8:44am Tue 22 Apr 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Well done Rovers at Birmingham (first chance to comment), an excellent result.

From a fans perspective we must be the most frustrating team in the division. Blowing hot and cold all season we've beaten the best and played awfully against the worst. Inconsistency has been our downfall but amazingly we're still within touching distance of the play offs.
I've criticised Bowyer recently but we can't take away the fact that we're much stronger this season than last so we have to thank him for that.
IMO we have to give him at least another season to finish the rebuilding job. It's not finished but he / we know that.
I don't think we are good enough to go up yet but it would be nice anyway to have a shot at the play offs if we can but may have just left it too late.
Well done Rovers at Birmingham (first chance to comment), an excellent result. From a fans perspective we must be the most frustrating team in the division. Blowing hot and cold all season we've beaten the best and played awfully against the worst. Inconsistency has been our downfall but amazingly we're still within touching distance of the play offs. I've criticised Bowyer recently but we can't take away the fact that we're much stronger this season than last so we have to thank him for that. IMO we have to give him at least another season to finish the rebuilding job. It's not finished but he / we know that. I don't think we are good enough to go up yet but it would be nice anyway to have a shot at the play offs if we can but may have just left it too late. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 21

8:57am Tue 22 Apr 14

dallydally says...

I don't know why there is still talk of the play offs. They are gone. Brighton will steal the 6th position. We have squandered too many chances over the season
I don't know why there is still talk of the play offs. They are gone. Brighton will steal the 6th position. We have squandered too many chances over the season dallydally
  • Score: -3

8:59am Tue 22 Apr 14

A Darener says...

IF ONLY! IFONLY! IFONLY!
IF ONLY! IFONLY! IFONLY! A Darener
  • Score: 8

9:11am Tue 22 Apr 14

Harwoodstblue says...

dallydally wrote:
I don't know why there is still talk of the play offs. They are gone. Brighton will steal the 6th position. We have squandered too many chances over the season
We have, but amazingly we're still in touch. We've probably left ourselves too much to do at this point. Just a couple more wins which we should easily have had would have made all the difference.
We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway.
[quote][p][bold]dallydally[/bold] wrote: I don't know why there is still talk of the play offs. They are gone. Brighton will steal the 6th position. We have squandered too many chances over the season[/p][/quote]We have, but amazingly we're still in touch. We've probably left ourselves too much to do at this point. Just a couple more wins which we should easily have had would have made all the difference. We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 26

9:33am Tue 22 Apr 14

cboyer says...

The victory extended Rovers’ unbeaten league run to 10 matches, the current longest in the Championship and the club’s longest since February 2001.

and you lot are still moaning bowyer out!!???

he has got rid of loads of players on massive wages and brought in a load of young decent lads for peanuts and you lot want him out? madness
The victory extended Rovers’ unbeaten league run to 10 matches, the current longest in the Championship and the club’s longest since February 2001. and you lot are still moaning bowyer out!!??? he has got rid of loads of players on massive wages and brought in a load of young decent lads for peanuts and you lot want him out? madness cboyer
  • Score: 50

9:36am Tue 22 Apr 14

wilddog says...

nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither wilddog
  • Score: -36

9:40am Tue 22 Apr 14

Harwoodstblue says...

I see it's got a new login name......... yet again.
I see it's got a new login name......... yet again. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 15

9:53am Tue 22 Apr 14

French Rover says...

Excellent to see the Rovers still hanging-on in there in the top half of the table and excellent to see us on this unbeaten run which has got us this close to the play-offs. The position is testement to the fact that this team is ever improving. Yes there have been one or two iffy results but they have been followed by one or two great results, which have kept us there. Once we have the consistency needed to turn the draws into wins then we will be serious contenders to challenge for promotion. But thats for next season now. Even two wins now may not be enough to get us 6th place, as our GD is the poorest of all the teams just above us...but what a decent season this surprisingly turned out to be - well done to all in Team GB.
Excellent to see the Rovers still hanging-on in there in the top half of the table and excellent to see us on this unbeaten run which has got us this close to the play-offs. The position is testement to the fact that this team is ever improving. Yes there have been one or two iffy results but they have been followed by one or two great results, which have kept us there. Once we have the consistency needed to turn the draws into wins then we will be serious contenders to challenge for promotion. But thats for next season now. Even two wins now may not be enough to get us 6th place, as our GD is the poorest of all the teams just above us...but what a decent season this surprisingly turned out to be - well done to all in Team GB. French Rover
  • Score: 21

10:05am Tue 22 Apr 14

dangerous dave says...

GB hails - only to be expected - same words as ever for the players nothing about the support from the travelling fans after fridays pi$$ poor performance!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
GB hails - only to be expected - same words as ever for the players nothing about the support from the travelling fans after fridays pi$$ poor performance!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS dangerous dave
  • Score: -36

10:13am Tue 22 Apr 14

SteppBladder says...

dangerous dave wrote:
GB hails - only to be expected - same words as ever for the players nothing about the support from the travelling fans after fridays pi$$ poor performance!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
If you had been there you would have seen GB come over to the fans and hand the match ball to a young Rovers supporter.
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: GB hails - only to be expected - same words as ever for the players nothing about the support from the travelling fans after fridays pi$$ poor performance!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]If you had been there you would have seen GB come over to the fans and hand the match ball to a young Rovers supporter. SteppBladder
  • Score: 26

10:42am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bazzer says...

SteppBladder wrote:
dangerous dave wrote: GB hails - only to be expected - same words as ever for the players nothing about the support from the travelling fans after fridays pi$$ poor performance!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
If you had been there you would have seen GB come over to the fans and hand the match ball to a young Rovers supporter.
Was it the actual match ball? I saw Rudy Gestede with it in his hands after the whistle and Bowyer hand over a ball moments later. Certainly Gary Bowyer endears himself to our younger supporters and perhaps the family club atmosphere will return in spite of Venkys deeds.
[quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: GB hails - only to be expected - same words as ever for the players nothing about the support from the travelling fans after fridays pi$$ poor performance!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]If you had been there you would have seen GB come over to the fans and hand the match ball to a young Rovers supporter.[/p][/quote]Was it the actual match ball? I saw Rudy Gestede with it in his hands after the whistle and Bowyer hand over a ball moments later. Certainly Gary Bowyer endears himself to our younger supporters and perhaps the family club atmosphere will return in spite of Venkys deeds. Bazzer
  • Score: 14

10:45am Tue 22 Apr 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

SteppBladder wrote:
dangerous dave wrote:
GB hails - only to be expected - same words as ever for the players nothing about the support from the travelling fans after fridays pi$$ poor performance!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
If you had been there you would have seen GB come over to the fans and hand the match ball to a young Rovers supporter.
SB, he wouldn't know because

1- he never goes

2- he knows nothing about football

3- he is a closet Dingle coming on this page talking Bile.

4- last but not least he is the biggest tosser on these pages

OUT WITH DANGEROUS DAVE in with GB
[quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: GB hails - only to be expected - same words as ever for the players nothing about the support from the travelling fans after fridays pi$$ poor performance!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]If you had been there you would have seen GB come over to the fans and hand the match ball to a young Rovers supporter.[/p][/quote]SB, he wouldn't know because 1- he never goes 2- he knows nothing about football 3- he is a closet Dingle coming on this page talking Bile. 4- last but not least he is the biggest tosser on these pages OUT WITH DANGEROUS DAVE in with GB Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 19

11:04am Tue 22 Apr 14

McClaret says...

Thank you for all the congrats from all genuine Rovers fans on the Burnley pages.

Great result for you yesterday and you have got yourself in the mix. We will have a big say with Ipswich and Reading to play and hopefully can do you a favour, you will need to win both to have a chance. Good luck.
Thank you for all the congrats from all genuine Rovers fans on the Burnley pages. Great result for you yesterday and you have got yourself in the mix. We will have a big say with Ipswich and Reading to play and hopefully can do you a favour, you will need to win both to have a chance. Good luck. McClaret
  • Score: 44

11:12am Tue 22 Apr 14

SteppBladder says...

Bazzer wrote:
SteppBladder wrote:
dangerous dave wrote: GB hails - only to be expected - same words as ever for the players nothing about the support from the travelling fans after fridays pi$$ poor performance!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
If you had been there you would have seen GB come over to the fans and hand the match ball to a young Rovers supporter.
Was it the actual match ball? I saw Rudy Gestede with it in his hands after the whistle and Bowyer hand over a ball moments later. Certainly Gary Bowyer endears himself to our younger supporters and perhaps the family club atmosphere will return in spite of Venkys deeds.
It looked like it Baz and I thought so at the time. But you're right, that probably went to Rudy so maybe not but good gesture whatever. Made the young lad’s day I'm sure!
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SteppBladder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: GB hails - only to be expected - same words as ever for the players nothing about the support from the travelling fans after fridays pi$$ poor performance!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]If you had been there you would have seen GB come over to the fans and hand the match ball to a young Rovers supporter.[/p][/quote]Was it the actual match ball? I saw Rudy Gestede with it in his hands after the whistle and Bowyer hand over a ball moments later. Certainly Gary Bowyer endears himself to our younger supporters and perhaps the family club atmosphere will return in spite of Venkys deeds.[/p][/quote]It looked like it Baz and I thought so at the time. But you're right, that probably went to Rudy so maybe not but good gesture whatever. Made the young lad’s day I'm sure! SteppBladder
  • Score: 5

11:21am Tue 22 Apr 14

Tatts says...

Well done to Gary Bowyer and the rest of the lads. I didn't think we'd still be in with a chance of the play offs at this stage, even if it is a fairly remote chance. I still think 6 points would give us a great chance but I don't honestly think we'll pick up another 2 wins.

10 games unbeaten is a good sign of things to come though.
Well done to Gary Bowyer and the rest of the lads. I didn't think we'd still be in with a chance of the play offs at this stage, even if it is a fairly remote chance. I still think 6 points would give us a great chance but I don't honestly think we'll pick up another 2 wins. 10 games unbeaten is a good sign of things to come though. Tatts
  • Score: 7

11:22am Tue 22 Apr 14

no ney never says...

Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know. no ney never
  • Score: 5

11:31am Tue 22 Apr 14

A Darener says...

no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make? A Darener
  • Score: -1

11:33am Tue 22 Apr 14

A Darener says...

We need Reading to lose.
We need Reading to lose. A Darener
  • Score: 3

11:40am Tue 22 Apr 14

jim 2012 says...

wilddog wrote:
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
education is a wonderful thing oscar wilde
[quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither[/p][/quote]education is a wonderful thing oscar wilde jim 2012
  • Score: 4

11:45am Tue 22 Apr 14

A Darener says...

no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
Sorry. Re read your comment. Now I understand what you mean. Relying on Burnley. Oh the irony!
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]Sorry. Re read your comment. Now I understand what you mean. Relying on Burnley. Oh the irony! A Darener
  • Score: 3

11:54am Tue 22 Apr 14

handyamBRFC says...

my comments;
Some would say it was a good performance at brum.
but i would say it was a game of 2 halves.
first half, brum were rubbish and hence conceded 4 goals
Brum have no defence and everyone knows it.
second half was a game of 2 poor teams
and brum won that 2:0
whats that say about Rovers...?????

Manager talks about up to 8 players not fit
well lets not forget we have by far a massive squad compared to most in the division, so we shouldnt complain....!

are we gonna reach play offs
doubt it very much
needs a miracle....actually
need reading and brighton to drop points
which i cant see happening
and for Ipswich and forest to falter

On top of all that
it requires Rovers
to perform
and get 6 points
and still be hopefull that the other 4 teams above
drop points

I cant see that happening
hence its farewell to the season
and concentrate on next season

changes that are required:
A Manager is required....!!!
anyone who cant see that must be blind...!
Thanks to current man
but at best hes a coach for the young ones
and thats where we should keep him
Bowyer as reserve team coach......PERFECT
he can work with youngsters and bring them along...
that what hes good at...!

BUT BRFC need a MANAGER....simple...
...!!
maybe Moyes can do it for us...!!

we need a couple of players to supplement squad
kane and henley are too weak
replace with a stronger man at full back.

Clearly, BRFC are not going to get into the playoffs
as were not consistent
my comments; Some would say it was a good performance at brum. but i would say it was a game of 2 halves. first half, brum were rubbish and hence conceded 4 goals Brum have no defence and everyone knows it. second half was a game of 2 poor teams and brum won that 2:0 whats that say about Rovers...????? Manager talks about up to 8 players not fit well lets not forget we have by far a massive squad compared to most in the division, so we shouldnt complain....! are we gonna reach play offs doubt it very much needs a miracle....actually need reading and brighton to drop points which i cant see happening and for Ipswich and forest to falter On top of all that it requires Rovers to perform and get 6 points and still be hopefull that the other 4 teams above drop points I cant see that happening hence its farewell to the season and concentrate on next season changes that are required: A Manager is required....!!! anyone who cant see that must be blind...! Thanks to current man but at best hes a coach for the young ones and thats where we should keep him Bowyer as reserve team coach......PERFECT he can work with youngsters and bring them along... that what hes good at...! BUT BRFC need a MANAGER....simple... ...!! maybe Moyes can do it for us...!! we need a couple of players to supplement squad kane and henley are too weak replace with a stronger man at full back. Clearly, BRFC are not going to get into the playoffs as were not consistent handyamBRFC
  • Score: -23

12:17pm Tue 22 Apr 14

greenscreener says...

handyamBRFC wrote:
my comments;
Some would say it was a good performance at brum.
but i would say it was a game of 2 halves.
first half, brum were rubbish and hence conceded 4 goals
Brum have no defence and everyone knows it.
second half was a game of 2 poor teams
and brum won that 2:0
whats that say about Rovers...?????

Manager talks about up to 8 players not fit
well lets not forget we have by far a massive squad compared to most in the division, so we shouldnt complain....!

are we gonna reach play offs
doubt it very much
needs a miracle....actually
need reading and brighton to drop points
which i cant see happening
and for Ipswich and forest to falter

On top of all that
it requires Rovers
to perform
and get 6 points
and still be hopefull that the other 4 teams above
drop points

I cant see that happening
hence its farewell to the season
and concentrate on next season

changes that are required:
A Manager is required....!!!
anyone who cant see that must be blind...!
Thanks to current man
but at best hes a coach for the young ones
and thats where we should keep him
Bowyer as reserve team coach......PERFECT
he can work with youngsters and bring them along...
that what hes good at...!

BUT BRFC need a MANAGER....simple...

...!!
maybe Moyes can do it for us...!!

we need a couple of players to supplement squad
kane and henley are too weak
replace with a stronger man at full back.

Clearly, BRFC are not going to get into the playoffs
as were not consistent
Well your comments certainly say everything we need to know about you Shebby. You are clearly very bitter that things have improved since you were sidelined.
[quote][p][bold]handyamBRFC[/bold] wrote: my comments; Some would say it was a good performance at brum. but i would say it was a game of 2 halves. first half, brum were rubbish and hence conceded 4 goals Brum have no defence and everyone knows it. second half was a game of 2 poor teams and brum won that 2:0 whats that say about Rovers...????? Manager talks about up to 8 players not fit well lets not forget we have by far a massive squad compared to most in the division, so we shouldnt complain....! are we gonna reach play offs doubt it very much needs a miracle....actually need reading and brighton to drop points which i cant see happening and for Ipswich and forest to falter On top of all that it requires Rovers to perform and get 6 points and still be hopefull that the other 4 teams above drop points I cant see that happening hence its farewell to the season and concentrate on next season changes that are required: A Manager is required....!!! anyone who cant see that must be blind...! Thanks to current man but at best hes a coach for the young ones and thats where we should keep him Bowyer as reserve team coach......PERFECT he can work with youngsters and bring them along... that what hes good at...! BUT BRFC need a MANAGER....simple... ...!! maybe Moyes can do it for us...!! we need a couple of players to supplement squad kane and henley are too weak replace with a stronger man at full back. Clearly, BRFC are not going to get into the playoffs as were not consistent[/p][/quote]Well your comments certainly say everything we need to know about you Shebby. You are clearly very bitter that things have improved since you were sidelined. greenscreener
  • Score: 9

12:21pm Tue 22 Apr 14

greenscreener says...

handyamBRFC wrote:
my comments;
Some would say it was a good performance at brum.
but i would say it was a game of 2 halves.
first half, brum were rubbish and hence conceded 4 goals
Brum have no defence and everyone knows it.
second half was a game of 2 poor teams
and brum won that 2:0
whats that say about Rovers...?????

Manager talks about up to 8 players not fit
well lets not forget we have by far a massive squad compared to most in the division, so we shouldnt complain....!

are we gonna reach play offs
doubt it very much
needs a miracle....actually
need reading and brighton to drop points
which i cant see happening
and for Ipswich and forest to falter

On top of all that
it requires Rovers
to perform
and get 6 points
and still be hopefull that the other 4 teams above
drop points

I cant see that happening
hence its farewell to the season
and concentrate on next season

changes that are required:
A Manager is required....!!!
anyone who cant see that must be blind...!
Thanks to current man
but at best hes a coach for the young ones
and thats where we should keep him
Bowyer as reserve team coach......PERFECT
he can work with youngsters and bring them along...
that what hes good at...!

BUT BRFC need a MANAGER....simple...

...!!
maybe Moyes can do it for us...!!

we need a couple of players to supplement squad
kane and henley are too weak
replace with a stronger man at full back.

Clearly, BRFC are not going to get into the playoffs
as were not consistent
And If we win the next two matches by a 4-2 scoreline you will still be complaining !
[quote][p][bold]handyamBRFC[/bold] wrote: my comments; Some would say it was a good performance at brum. but i would say it was a game of 2 halves. first half, brum were rubbish and hence conceded 4 goals Brum have no defence and everyone knows it. second half was a game of 2 poor teams and brum won that 2:0 whats that say about Rovers...????? Manager talks about up to 8 players not fit well lets not forget we have by far a massive squad compared to most in the division, so we shouldnt complain....! are we gonna reach play offs doubt it very much needs a miracle....actually need reading and brighton to drop points which i cant see happening and for Ipswich and forest to falter On top of all that it requires Rovers to perform and get 6 points and still be hopefull that the other 4 teams above drop points I cant see that happening hence its farewell to the season and concentrate on next season changes that are required: A Manager is required....!!! anyone who cant see that must be blind...! Thanks to current man but at best hes a coach for the young ones and thats where we should keep him Bowyer as reserve team coach......PERFECT he can work with youngsters and bring them along... that what hes good at...! BUT BRFC need a MANAGER....simple... ...!! maybe Moyes can do it for us...!! we need a couple of players to supplement squad kane and henley are too weak replace with a stronger man at full back. Clearly, BRFC are not going to get into the playoffs as were not consistent[/p][/quote]And If we win the next two matches by a 4-2 scoreline you will still be complaining ! greenscreener
  • Score: 5

12:22pm Tue 22 Apr 14

jack01 says...

handyamBRFC wrote:
my comments;
Some would say it was a good performance at brum.
but i would say it was a game of 2 halves.
first half, brum were rubbish and hence conceded 4 goals
Brum have no defence and everyone knows it.
second half was a game of 2 poor teams
and brum won that 2:0
whats that say about Rovers...?????

Manager talks about up to 8 players not fit
well lets not forget we have by far a massive squad compared to most in the division, so we shouldnt complain....!

are we gonna reach play offs
doubt it very much
needs a miracle....actually
need reading and brighton to drop points
which i cant see happening
and for Ipswich and forest to falter

On top of all that
it requires Rovers
to perform
and get 6 points
and still be hopefull that the other 4 teams above
drop points

I cant see that happening
hence its farewell to the season
and concentrate on next season

changes that are required:
A Manager is required....!!!
anyone who cant see that must be blind...!
Thanks to current man
but at best hes a coach for the young ones
and thats where we should keep him
Bowyer as reserve team coach......PERFECT
he can work with youngsters and bring them along...
that what hes good at...!

BUT BRFC need a MANAGER....simple...

...!!
maybe Moyes can do it for us...!!

we need a couple of players to supplement squad
kane and henley are too weak
replace with a stronger man at full back.

Clearly, BRFC are not going to get into the playoffs
as were not consistent
Utter nonsense.

We won the game 4-2. We were never going to come out and score another four in the second half. We were happy to take our foot off the gas, sit back and let the clock tick by. Birmingham were always going to improve after the break after their abject first half. I would have liked to have kept a clean sheet in the second half but I'll take four goals and three points away from anywhere.
That was the same poor Birmingham team that three weeks ago drew 3-3 with the mighty Burnley. That's what happens in this division.

To keep the unbeaten run going despite having 8 players out injured is a good effort from the team. Imagine where Leicester or Burnley would be if they had had to cope with 8 players missing. Burnley wouldn't even be able to put a side out!

We haven't got a massive squad. Our bench contained Lenighan & Rittenberg (under 21 players) and Bryan Dabo. We have a smaller squad of available players than Birmingham and it was the same at Sheffield last week.

It doesn't need a miracle to reach the play offs. It needs us to win our last two games. Unlikely given our inconsistency, but were we to win them both then that should be enough. Forest have to play Brighton and Bournemouth. Ipswich and Reading both have to play Burnley. It will be difficult but we're not looking at miracles. If we hit 70 points and don't make the top six then fair enough. Leicester did it last season with 69.

We've got a manager who has done an excellent job this season in difficult circumstances. If you can't appreciate the progress made from a side fighting relegation last season to top 10 this then I think you need a reality check.
[quote][p][bold]handyamBRFC[/bold] wrote: my comments; Some would say it was a good performance at brum. but i would say it was a game of 2 halves. first half, brum were rubbish and hence conceded 4 goals Brum have no defence and everyone knows it. second half was a game of 2 poor teams and brum won that 2:0 whats that say about Rovers...????? Manager talks about up to 8 players not fit well lets not forget we have by far a massive squad compared to most in the division, so we shouldnt complain....! are we gonna reach play offs doubt it very much needs a miracle....actually need reading and brighton to drop points which i cant see happening and for Ipswich and forest to falter On top of all that it requires Rovers to perform and get 6 points and still be hopefull that the other 4 teams above drop points I cant see that happening hence its farewell to the season and concentrate on next season changes that are required: A Manager is required....!!! anyone who cant see that must be blind...! Thanks to current man but at best hes a coach for the young ones and thats where we should keep him Bowyer as reserve team coach......PERFECT he can work with youngsters and bring them along... that what hes good at...! BUT BRFC need a MANAGER....simple... ...!! maybe Moyes can do it for us...!! we need a couple of players to supplement squad kane and henley are too weak replace with a stronger man at full back. Clearly, BRFC are not going to get into the playoffs as were not consistent[/p][/quote]Utter nonsense. We won the game 4-2. We were never going to come out and score another four in the second half. We were happy to take our foot off the gas, sit back and let the clock tick by. Birmingham were always going to improve after the break after their abject first half. I would have liked to have kept a clean sheet in the second half but I'll take four goals and three points away from anywhere. That was the same poor Birmingham team that three weeks ago drew 3-3 with the mighty Burnley. That's what happens in this division. To keep the unbeaten run going despite having 8 players out injured is a good effort from the team. Imagine where Leicester or Burnley would be if they had had to cope with 8 players missing. Burnley wouldn't even be able to put a side out! We haven't got a massive squad. Our bench contained Lenighan & Rittenberg (under 21 players) and Bryan Dabo. We have a smaller squad of available players than Birmingham and it was the same at Sheffield last week. It doesn't need a miracle to reach the play offs. It needs us to win our last two games. Unlikely given our inconsistency, but were we to win them both then that should be enough. Forest have to play Brighton and Bournemouth. Ipswich and Reading both have to play Burnley. It will be difficult but we're not looking at miracles. If we hit 70 points and don't make the top six then fair enough. Leicester did it last season with 69. We've got a manager who has done an excellent job this season in difficult circumstances. If you can't appreciate the progress made from a side fighting relegation last season to top 10 this then I think you need a reality check. jack01
  • Score: 11

12:48pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Rover47 says...

Yes, more groin injuries (Spurr and Cairney). With all the groin, hamstring and calf injuries we have suffered this season it points to something not being right with the training methods. If that is the case GB needs to investigate the reasons for these persistent injuries and take steps to rectify the problem - quickly.

On a different subject, if Venky's are serious about the club, they should attempt to get David Moyes NOW. There is a close connection between Moyes and Derek Shaw and, given the support, he would virtually guarantee a return to the Premiership, with real hope of staying there.

This is no reflection against GB, but I don't honestly believe, despite all his achievement since the end of last season, he is the manager to get us back up - and stay there. Having said that, Venky's should give him a significant role within the club. I accept it would be hard on GB but, sadly, there is no sentiment in football these days. With the odd exception, it's a ruthless business now.

Wishful thinking? Maybe, but we can still dream...
Yes, more groin injuries (Spurr and Cairney). With all the groin, hamstring and calf injuries we have suffered this season it points to something not being right with the training methods. If that is the case GB needs to investigate the reasons for these persistent injuries and take steps to rectify the problem - quickly. On a different subject, if Venky's are serious about the club, they should attempt to get David Moyes NOW. There is a close connection between Moyes and Derek Shaw and, given the support, he would virtually guarantee a return to the Premiership, with real hope of staying there. This is no reflection against GB, but I don't honestly believe, despite all his achievement since the end of last season, he is the manager to get us back up - and stay there. Having said that, Venky's should give him a significant role within the club. I accept it would be hard on GB but, sadly, there is no sentiment in football these days. With the odd exception, it's a ruthless business now. Wishful thinking? Maybe, but we can still dream... Rover47
  • Score: -6

12:51pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

What I really don't understand is how on earth you can truly believe you will be anywhere near going up next season?

I know some of you clowns try to be over optimistic at times, and I can understand that given the state of your club at the present time, but to think you'll be promoted is as far fetched as me saying that Burnley will reach the Champions League at the end of next season.

The fact is your club has only been as high as 8th throughout the whole season. You have played some dire football under the guidance of probably the most boring, uninspiring and over-promoted football manager in the country.

You really need to take a long hard look at what you now are and accept your place. You will never again play in the top division of English football. Your recent successes have been bought for you, your false position in the premier league was all funded and when the money ran out down you went, and all the while your rivals have achieved a place amongst the elite WITHOUT spending any money!
What I really don't understand is how on earth you can truly believe you will be anywhere near going up next season? I know some of you clowns try to be over optimistic at times, and I can understand that given the state of your club at the present time, but to think you'll be promoted is as far fetched as me saying that Burnley will reach the Champions League at the end of next season. The fact is your club has only been as high as 8th throughout the whole season. You have played some dire football under the guidance of probably the most boring, uninspiring and over-promoted football manager in the country. You really need to take a long hard look at what you now are and accept your place. You will never again play in the top division of English football. Your recent successes have been bought for you, your false position in the premier league was all funded and when the money ran out down you went, and all the while your rivals have achieved a place amongst the elite WITHOUT spending any money! Super_Clarets
  • Score: -21

1:02pm Tue 22 Apr 14

jimluftas says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
What I really don't understand is how on earth you can truly believe you will be anywhere near going up next season?

I know some of you clowns try to be over optimistic at times, and I can understand that given the state of your club at the present time, but to think you'll be promoted is as far fetched as me saying that Burnley will reach the Champions League at the end of next season.

The fact is your club has only been as high as 8th throughout the whole season. You have played some dire football under the guidance of probably the most boring, uninspiring and over-promoted football manager in the country.

You really need to take a long hard look at what you now are and accept your place. You will never again play in the top division of English football. Your recent successes have been bought for you, your false position in the premier league was all funded and when the money ran out down you went, and all the while your rivals have achieved a place amongst the elite WITHOUT spending any money!
Still taking time out of your dull life to read these pages though I see? I'm sure there's something big going on at your club?! A very bitter individual.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: What I really don't understand is how on earth you can truly believe you will be anywhere near going up next season? I know some of you clowns try to be over optimistic at times, and I can understand that given the state of your club at the present time, but to think you'll be promoted is as far fetched as me saying that Burnley will reach the Champions League at the end of next season. The fact is your club has only been as high as 8th throughout the whole season. You have played some dire football under the guidance of probably the most boring, uninspiring and over-promoted football manager in the country. You really need to take a long hard look at what you now are and accept your place. You will never again play in the top division of English football. Your recent successes have been bought for you, your false position in the premier league was all funded and when the money ran out down you went, and all the while your rivals have achieved a place amongst the elite WITHOUT spending any money![/p][/quote]Still taking time out of your dull life to read these pages though I see? I'm sure there's something big going on at your club?! A very bitter individual. jimluftas
  • Score: 11

1:22pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Harwoodstblue says...

jimluftas wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
What I really don't understand is how on earth you can truly believe you will be anywhere near going up next season?

I know some of you clowns try to be over optimistic at times, and I can understand that given the state of your club at the present time, but to think you'll be promoted is as far fetched as me saying that Burnley will reach the Champions League at the end of next season.

The fact is your club has only been as high as 8th throughout the whole season. You have played some dire football under the guidance of probably the most boring, uninspiring and over-promoted football manager in the country.

You really need to take a long hard look at what you now are and accept your place. You will never again play in the top division of English football. Your recent successes have been bought for you, your false position in the premier league was all funded and when the money ran out down you went, and all the while your rivals have achieved a place amongst the elite WITHOUT spending any money!
Still taking time out of your dull life to read these pages though I see? I'm sure there's something big going on at your club?! A very bitter individual.
It's not his club Jim, he doesn't go. He's just an imposter with a very boring life in Yorkshire.

BTW he won't be going next year either. If he can't afford Championship prices, he's no chance in the Prem.
.
[quote][p][bold]jimluftas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: What I really don't understand is how on earth you can truly believe you will be anywhere near going up next season? I know some of you clowns try to be over optimistic at times, and I can understand that given the state of your club at the present time, but to think you'll be promoted is as far fetched as me saying that Burnley will reach the Champions League at the end of next season. The fact is your club has only been as high as 8th throughout the whole season. You have played some dire football under the guidance of probably the most boring, uninspiring and over-promoted football manager in the country. You really need to take a long hard look at what you now are and accept your place. You will never again play in the top division of English football. Your recent successes have been bought for you, your false position in the premier league was all funded and when the money ran out down you went, and all the while your rivals have achieved a place amongst the elite WITHOUT spending any money![/p][/quote]Still taking time out of your dull life to read these pages though I see? I'm sure there's something big going on at your club?! A very bitter individual.[/p][/quote]It's not his club Jim, he doesn't go. He's just an imposter with a very boring life in Yorkshire. BTW he won't be going next year either. If he can't afford Championship prices, he's no chance in the Prem. . Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 7

1:37pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Maxrus says...

A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists. Maxrus
  • Score: 1

1:39pm Tue 22 Apr 14

roversammo says...

wilddog wrote:
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
Ya mums ya dad
[quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither[/p][/quote]Ya mums ya dad roversammo
  • Score: 4

2:03pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
jimluftas wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
What I really don't understand is how on earth you can truly believe you will be anywhere near going up next season?

I know some of you clowns try to be over optimistic at times, and I can understand that given the state of your club at the present time, but to think you'll be promoted is as far fetched as me saying that Burnley will reach the Champions League at the end of next season.

The fact is your club has only been as high as 8th throughout the whole season. You have played some dire football under the guidance of probably the most boring, uninspiring and over-promoted football manager in the country.

You really need to take a long hard look at what you now are and accept your place. You will never again play in the top division of English football. Your recent successes have been bought for you, your false position in the premier league was all funded and when the money ran out down you went, and all the while your rivals have achieved a place amongst the elite WITHOUT spending any money!
Still taking time out of your dull life to read these pages though I see? I'm sure there's something big going on at your club?! A very bitter individual.
It's not his club Jim, he doesn't go. He's just an imposter with a very boring life in Yorkshire.

BTW he won't be going next year either. If he can't afford Championship prices, he's no chance in the Prem.
.
I've been to every Championship home game this season Mungo, I missed a few of the cup games early in the season however, not that its of any concern to a boycotting, snowball throwing weasel such as yourself. It's clear that your jealousy at our deserved promotion and your embarrassment at Blackburn Rovers continued decline is showing you up. You now have nothing left whatsoever....

34 years semi .... gone
Higher league position...... gone
Better team..... gone
More money.... gone
Better prospects..... gone

You are just a very desperate no-dad who is having to eat a huge slice of curry flavoured humble pie and you don't much like the taste of it.

The table does not lie. BURNLEY FC ARE IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimluftas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: What I really don't understand is how on earth you can truly believe you will be anywhere near going up next season? I know some of you clowns try to be over optimistic at times, and I can understand that given the state of your club at the present time, but to think you'll be promoted is as far fetched as me saying that Burnley will reach the Champions League at the end of next season. The fact is your club has only been as high as 8th throughout the whole season. You have played some dire football under the guidance of probably the most boring, uninspiring and over-promoted football manager in the country. You really need to take a long hard look at what you now are and accept your place. You will never again play in the top division of English football. Your recent successes have been bought for you, your false position in the premier league was all funded and when the money ran out down you went, and all the while your rivals have achieved a place amongst the elite WITHOUT spending any money![/p][/quote]Still taking time out of your dull life to read these pages though I see? I'm sure there's something big going on at your club?! A very bitter individual.[/p][/quote]It's not his club Jim, he doesn't go. He's just an imposter with a very boring life in Yorkshire. BTW he won't be going next year either. If he can't afford Championship prices, he's no chance in the Prem. .[/p][/quote]I've been to every Championship home game this season Mungo, I missed a few of the cup games early in the season however, not that its of any concern to a boycotting, snowball throwing weasel such as yourself. It's clear that your jealousy at our deserved promotion and your embarrassment at Blackburn Rovers continued decline is showing you up. You now have nothing left whatsoever.... 34 years semi .... gone Higher league position...... gone Better team..... gone More money.... gone Better prospects..... gone You are just a very desperate no-dad who is having to eat a huge slice of curry flavoured humble pie and you don't much like the taste of it. The table does not lie. BURNLEY FC ARE IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE! Super_Clarets
  • Score: -9

2:13pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -7

2:20pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

roversammo wrote:
wilddog wrote:
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
Ya mums ya dad
Down to the bare bones now aren't we.

Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes.

Truly pathetic.

The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.
[quote][p][bold]roversammo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither[/p][/quote]Ya mums ya dad[/p][/quote]Down to the bare bones now aren't we. Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes. Truly pathetic. The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -3

2:22pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Maxrus says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
Well, when you put it like that - no it doesn't.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]Well, when you put it like that - no it doesn't. Maxrus
  • Score: 3

2:42pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Maxrus wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
Well, when you put it like that - no it doesn't.
It doesn't matter what he thinks Maxrus, He's not a football fan as he doesn't go. He let it slip when he posted on here at the same time as 'his team' were playing a vital home game.
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]Well, when you put it like that - no it doesn't.[/p][/quote]It doesn't matter what he thinks Maxrus, He's not a football fan as he doesn't go. He let it slip when he posted on here at the same time as 'his team' were playing a vital home game. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 3

2:43pm Tue 22 Apr 14

French Rover says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
roversammo wrote:
wilddog wrote:
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
Ya mums ya dad
Down to the bare bones now aren't we.

Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes.

Truly pathetic.

The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.
Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place!

One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league....

36 and counting claret clowns
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]roversammo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither[/p][/quote]Ya mums ya dad[/p][/quote]Down to the bare bones now aren't we. Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes. Truly pathetic. The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.[/p][/quote]Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place! One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league.... 36 and counting claret clowns French Rover
  • Score: 3

2:56pm Tue 22 Apr 14

CorkyMac says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
dallydally wrote:
I don't know why there is still talk of the play offs. They are gone. Brighton will steal the 6th position. We have squandered too many chances over the season
We have, but amazingly we're still in touch. We've probably left ourselves too much to do at this point. Just a couple more wins which we should easily have had would have made all the difference.
We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway.
I understand what you're saying Harwoodstblue, but should a miracle happen and not only do we qualify for the play offs but win our way back to the premier league, surely Venkies have to back Bowyer (or who ever) and make sure we're ready for the return. That will be Interesting as to just where Venkies stand regarding this club now.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dallydally[/bold] wrote: I don't know why there is still talk of the play offs. They are gone. Brighton will steal the 6th position. We have squandered too many chances over the season[/p][/quote]We have, but amazingly we're still in touch. We've probably left ourselves too much to do at this point. Just a couple more wins which we should easily have had would have made all the difference. We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway.[/p][/quote]I understand what you're saying Harwoodstblue, but should a miracle happen and not only do we qualify for the play offs but win our way back to the premier league, surely Venkies have to back Bowyer (or who ever) and make sure we're ready for the return. That will be Interesting as to just where Venkies stand regarding this club now. CorkyMac
  • Score: 4

2:59pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

French Rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
roversammo wrote:
wilddog wrote:
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
Ya mums ya dad
Down to the bare bones now aren't we.

Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes.

Truly pathetic.

The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.
Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place!

One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league....

36 and counting claret clowns
Haha how very desperate. I'm embarrassed for you pal.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley (did you miss that game?)
Burnley GOING UP!
Dont cry Mungo. You might get to play us again in another 36 years.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]roversammo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither[/p][/quote]Ya mums ya dad[/p][/quote]Down to the bare bones now aren't we. Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes. Truly pathetic. The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.[/p][/quote]Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place! One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league.... 36 and counting claret clowns[/p][/quote]Haha how very desperate. I'm embarrassed for you pal. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley (did you miss that game?) Burnley GOING UP! Dont cry Mungo. You might get to play us again in another 36 years. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -2

3:02pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
Well, when you put it like that - no it doesn't.
It doesn't matter what he thinks Maxrus, He's not a football fan as he doesn't go. He let it slip when he posted on here at the same time as 'his team' were playing a vital home game.
I see you've still not got smartphones in Shadsworth. We have mobile internet here in Burnley. I'm sure you'll catch up in a few years.

Keep trying to make yourself feel better Mungo, but it wont change the fact that we beat you and we are a Premier League club.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]Well, when you put it like that - no it doesn't.[/p][/quote]It doesn't matter what he thinks Maxrus, He's not a football fan as he doesn't go. He let it slip when he posted on here at the same time as 'his team' were playing a vital home game.[/p][/quote]I see you've still not got smartphones in Shadsworth. We have mobile internet here in Burnley. I'm sure you'll catch up in a few years. Keep trying to make yourself feel better Mungo, but it wont change the fact that we beat you and we are a Premier League club. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -2

3:27pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Harwoodstblue says...

CorkyMac wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
dallydally wrote:
I don't know why there is still talk of the play offs. They are gone. Brighton will steal the 6th position. We have squandered too many chances over the season
We have, but amazingly we're still in touch. We've probably left ourselves too much to do at this point. Just a couple more wins which we should easily have had would have made all the difference.
We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway.
I understand what you're saying Harwoodstblue, but should a miracle happen and not only do we qualify for the play offs but win our way back to the premier league, surely Venkies have to back Bowyer (or who ever) and make sure we're ready for the return. That will be Interesting as to just where Venkies stand regarding this club now.
Yes it would be nice to know just where they do stand but as long as they remain silent I will be suspicious of them !!!!
But should a miracle happen I have my doubts that Venkys would plough the money in to finance a Premiership set up, as they've already had their fingers burned to the tune of millions. What would it cost to replace the squad that we had before they came along and dismantled it ? I hope I'm wrong but with that lot we'll probably never know.
[quote][p][bold]CorkyMac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dallydally[/bold] wrote: I don't know why there is still talk of the play offs. They are gone. Brighton will steal the 6th position. We have squandered too many chances over the season[/p][/quote]We have, but amazingly we're still in touch. We've probably left ourselves too much to do at this point. Just a couple more wins which we should easily have had would have made all the difference. We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway.[/p][/quote]I understand what you're saying Harwoodstblue, but should a miracle happen and not only do we qualify for the play offs but win our way back to the premier league, surely Venkies have to back Bowyer (or who ever) and make sure we're ready for the return. That will be Interesting as to just where Venkies stand regarding this club now.[/p][/quote]Yes it would be nice to know just where they do stand but as long as they remain silent I will be suspicious of them !!!! But should a miracle happen I have my doubts that Venkys would plough the money in to finance a Premiership set up, as they've already had their fingers burned to the tune of millions. What would it cost to replace the squad that we had before they came along and dismantled it ? I hope I'm wrong but with that lot we'll probably never know. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 1

3:34pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Maxrus says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
Well, when you put it like that - no it doesn't.
It doesn't matter what he thinks Maxrus, He's not a football fan as he doesn't go. He let it slip when he posted on here at the same time as 'his team' were playing a vital home game.
You're right Harwood, we can either ignore numpties like this coming on our site or have a bit of banter with them. Apologies but replying to them gives me a sort of sadistic sense of superiority over the juvenile ones, besides I understand their site has been closed 'due to a lack of activity'.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]Well, when you put it like that - no it doesn't.[/p][/quote]It doesn't matter what he thinks Maxrus, He's not a football fan as he doesn't go. He let it slip when he posted on here at the same time as 'his team' were playing a vital home game.[/p][/quote]You're right Harwood, we can either ignore numpties like this coming on our site or have a bit of banter with them. Apologies but replying to them gives me a sort of sadistic sense of superiority over the juvenile ones, besides I understand their site has been closed 'due to a lack of activity'. Maxrus
  • Score: 2

3:36pm Tue 22 Apr 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel.

Rough with the smooth and all that eh.....

Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory.


.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel. Rough with the smooth and all that eh..... Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory. . more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 4

3:47pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Maxrus wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
Well, when you put it like that - no it doesn't.
It doesn't matter what he thinks Maxrus, He's not a football fan as he doesn't go. He let it slip when he posted on here at the same time as 'his team' were playing a vital home game.
You're right Harwood, we can either ignore numpties like this coming on our site or have a bit of banter with them. Apologies but replying to them gives me a sort of sadistic sense of superiority over the juvenile ones, besides I understand their site has been closed 'due to a lack of activity'.
Yes have a bit of fun with them Maxrus. It's our 'superiority over the years' that's upset them. Hence this "numptie's" obsession.
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]Well, when you put it like that - no it doesn't.[/p][/quote]It doesn't matter what he thinks Maxrus, He's not a football fan as he doesn't go. He let it slip when he posted on here at the same time as 'his team' were playing a vital home game.[/p][/quote]You're right Harwood, we can either ignore numpties like this coming on our site or have a bit of banter with them. Apologies but replying to them gives me a sort of sadistic sense of superiority over the juvenile ones, besides I understand their site has been closed 'due to a lack of activity'.[/p][/quote]Yes have a bit of fun with them Maxrus. It's our 'superiority over the years' that's upset them. Hence this "numptie's" obsession. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 4

3:53pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel.

Rough with the smooth and all that eh.....

Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory.


.
"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel."

Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football.

It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel. Rough with the smooth and all that eh..... Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory. .[/p][/quote]"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel." Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football. It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -3

4:07pm Tue 22 Apr 14

realisticrover says...

cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here...
1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys
2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that?
3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan!
4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha!
Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius!
cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here... 1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys 2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that? 3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan! 4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha! Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius! realisticrover
  • Score: 4

4:25pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Harwoodstblue says...

realisticrover wrote:
cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here...
1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys
2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that?
3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan!
4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha!
Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius!
It was me genius who said we blow hot and cold. Well done for taking the last ten games into account (mostly draws which have cost us) but it looks like plenty agree with me.
I was talking about the whole of the season BTW and trying to be realistic.

PS by blowing hot and cold I mean how can we be so good one day and absolutely Sh8t the next?
[quote][p][bold]realisticrover[/bold] wrote: cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here... 1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys 2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that? 3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan! 4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha! Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius![/p][/quote]It was me genius who said we blow hot and cold. Well done for taking the last ten games into account (mostly draws which have cost us) but it looks like plenty agree with me. I was talking about the whole of the season BTW and trying to be realistic. PS by blowing hot and cold I mean how can we be so good one day and absolutely Sh8t the next? Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 4

4:56pm Tue 22 Apr 14

owd nick says...

McClaret wrote:
Thank you for all the congrats from all genuine Rovers fans on the Burnley pages.

Great result for you yesterday and you have got yourself in the mix. We will have a big say with Ipswich and Reading to play and hopefully can do you a favour, you will need to win both to have a chance. Good luck.
Thanks McClaret, much appreciated, unless Burnley relax and go to sleep like Leicester did once the knew they were up.

But at the end of the day if we don't make there is no-one else to blame.
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Thank you for all the congrats from all genuine Rovers fans on the Burnley pages. Great result for you yesterday and you have got yourself in the mix. We will have a big say with Ipswich and Reading to play and hopefully can do you a favour, you will need to win both to have a chance. Good luck.[/p][/quote]Thanks McClaret, much appreciated, unless Burnley relax and go to sleep like Leicester did once the knew they were up. But at the end of the day if we don't make there is no-one else to blame. owd nick
  • Score: 3

5:08pm Tue 22 Apr 14

owd nick says...

CorkyMac wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
dallydally wrote:
I don't know why there is still talk of the play offs. They are gone. Brighton will steal the 6th position. We have squandered too many chances over the season
We have, but amazingly we're still in touch. We've probably left ourselves too much to do at this point. Just a couple more wins which we should easily have had would have made all the difference.
We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway.
I understand what you're saying Harwoodstblue, but should a miracle happen and not only do we qualify for the play offs but win our way back to the premier league, surely Venkies have to back Bowyer (or who ever) and make sure we're ready for the return. That will be Interesting as to just where Venkies stand regarding this club now.
They can't back Rovers unless they can find a way of clearing our current level of debt within the auspices of FFP, in fact depending on how the debt is structured should we be promoted we would face a fine of up to £10 million and /or a transfer embargo.

We aren't the only ones in this predicament so it will be quite interesting to see how things pan out.

But I agree with you, we aren't ready to go up yet but it would be nice to extend the season by 3 games or so.

Next season we will be stronger and more settled.
[quote][p][bold]CorkyMac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dallydally[/bold] wrote: I don't know why there is still talk of the play offs. They are gone. Brighton will steal the 6th position. We have squandered too many chances over the season[/p][/quote]We have, but amazingly we're still in touch. We've probably left ourselves too much to do at this point. Just a couple more wins which we should easily have had would have made all the difference. We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway.[/p][/quote]I understand what you're saying Harwoodstblue, but should a miracle happen and not only do we qualify for the play offs but win our way back to the premier league, surely Venkies have to back Bowyer (or who ever) and make sure we're ready for the return. That will be Interesting as to just where Venkies stand regarding this club now.[/p][/quote]They can't back Rovers unless they can find a way of clearing our current level of debt within the auspices of FFP, in fact depending on how the debt is structured should we be promoted we would face a fine of up to £10 million and /or a transfer embargo. We aren't the only ones in this predicament so it will be quite interesting to see how things pan out. But I agree with you, we aren't ready to go up yet but it would be nice to extend the season by 3 games or so. Next season we will be stronger and more settled. owd nick
  • Score: 0

5:23pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Mooksters says...

OK looking at the form table as I would be like to be optimistic this is where the teams around us stand
Last 6 games first and then last 10 games is the second figure – working from Bournemouth upwards to Brighton in 6th. So to confirm - position after 6 games and then position after last 10 games.
Bournemouth 7th and 6th
Blackburn 4th and 5th
Reading 21st and 15th
Ipswich 13th and 8th
Nottingham Forest 12th and 19th
Brighton 9th and 13th
Looking at this the improving teams are Rovers, Forest and Brighton (first figure higher up the league than second figure). Rovers W3, D3, Forest W2,D2,L2, Brighton W2, D4. Reading who have a game in hand have W1, D2, L3.
You never know if games went our way and I mean draws not losses (excluding Brighton) – it could be in our hands after Saturday but then no doubt Wigan would beat us on the last day at home! There is no consistency in the teams from 6th down to 11th. That said we could also be all but out of it by Saturday as well. Just saying!! http://www.soccersta
ts.com/formtable.asp
?league=england2
OK looking at the form table as I would be like to be optimistic this is where the teams around us stand Last 6 games first and then last 10 games is the second figure – working from Bournemouth upwards to Brighton in 6th. So to confirm - position after 6 games and then position after last 10 games. Bournemouth 7th and 6th Blackburn 4th and 5th Reading 21st and 15th Ipswich 13th and 8th Nottingham Forest 12th and 19th Brighton 9th and 13th Looking at this the improving teams are Rovers, Forest and Brighton (first figure higher up the league than second figure). Rovers W3, D3, Forest W2,D2,L2, Brighton W2, D4. Reading who have a game in hand have W1, D2, L3. You never know if games went our way and I mean draws not losses (excluding Brighton) – it could be in our hands after Saturday but then no doubt Wigan would beat us on the last day at home! There is no consistency in the teams from 6th down to 11th. That said we could also be all but out of it by Saturday as well. Just saying!! http://www.soccersta ts.com/formtable.asp ?league=england2 Mooksters
  • Score: 1

5:49pm Tue 22 Apr 14

jimluftas says...

realisticrover wrote:
cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here...
1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys
2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that?
3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan!
4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha!
Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius!
10 games unbeaten? How many wins? How many very winnable games amongst them? Sheffield weds, Yeovil, Brighton to name a few. Win those and we'd be safely in the play offs by now, 6 points better off. We may have progressed but this league has been the worst standard for some time.
[quote][p][bold]realisticrover[/bold] wrote: cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here... 1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys 2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that? 3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan! 4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha! Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius![/p][/quote]10 games unbeaten? How many wins? How many very winnable games amongst them? Sheffield weds, Yeovil, Brighton to name a few. Win those and we'd be safely in the play offs by now, 6 points better off. We may have progressed but this league has been the worst standard for some time. jimluftas
  • Score: 2

5:53pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

jimluftas wrote:
realisticrover wrote:
cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here...
1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys
2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that?
3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan!
4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha!
Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius!
10 games unbeaten? How many wins? How many very winnable games amongst them? Sheffield weds, Yeovil, Brighton to name a few. Win those and we'd be safely in the play offs by now, 6 points better off. We may have progressed but this league has been the worst standard for some time.
And then there's the four points we've taken off you this season.... just a thought.
[quote][p][bold]jimluftas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]realisticrover[/bold] wrote: cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here... 1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys 2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that? 3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan! 4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha! Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius![/p][/quote]10 games unbeaten? How many wins? How many very winnable games amongst them? Sheffield weds, Yeovil, Brighton to name a few. Win those and we'd be safely in the play offs by now, 6 points better off. We may have progressed but this league has been the worst standard for some time.[/p][/quote]And then there's the four points we've taken off you this season.... just a thought. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -3

5:59pm Tue 22 Apr 14

baldie says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
roversammo wrote:
wilddog wrote:
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
Ya mums ya dad
Down to the bare bones now aren't we.

Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes.

Truly pathetic.

The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.
The comment above may well be right,but it isn't a fact,it's an opinion.
What is a fact is that if Rovers win at Charlton,it goes to the last day,whether you like it or not.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]roversammo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither[/p][/quote]Ya mums ya dad[/p][/quote]Down to the bare bones now aren't we. Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes. Truly pathetic. The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.[/p][/quote]The comment above may well be right,but it isn't a fact,it's an opinion. What is a fact is that if Rovers win at Charlton,it goes to the last day,whether you like it or not. baldie
  • Score: 5

6:20pm Tue 22 Apr 14

ghost of sceptic says...

greenscreener wrote:
handyamBRFC wrote:
my comments;
Some would say it was a good performance at brum.
but i would say it was a game of 2 halves.
first half, brum were rubbish and hence conceded 4 goals
Brum have no defence and everyone knows it.
second half was a game of 2 poor teams
and brum won that 2:0
whats that say about Rovers...?????

Manager talks about up to 8 players not fit
well lets not forget we have by far a massive squad compared to most in the division, so we shouldnt complain....!

are we gonna reach play offs
doubt it very much
needs a miracle....actually
need reading and brighton to drop points
which i cant see happening
and for Ipswich and forest to falter

On top of all that
it requires Rovers
to perform
and get 6 points
and still be hopefull that the other 4 teams above
drop points

I cant see that happening
hence its farewell to the season
and concentrate on next season

changes that are required:
A Manager is required....!!!
anyone who cant see that must be blind...!
Thanks to current man
but at best hes a coach for the young ones
and thats where we should keep him
Bowyer as reserve team coach......PERFECT
he can work with youngsters and bring them along...
that what hes good at...!

BUT BRFC need a MANAGER....simple...


...!!
maybe Moyes can do it for us...!!

we need a couple of players to supplement squad
kane and henley are too weak
replace with a stronger man at full back.

Clearly, BRFC are not going to get into the playoffs
as were not consistent
Well your comments certainly say everything we need to know about you Shebby. You are clearly very bitter that things have improved since you were sidelined.
A bit unrealistic to think Moyes would come to us, however i thnk Moyes may well get Newcastle job an that would mean Pardew available.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]handyamBRFC[/bold] wrote: my comments; Some would say it was a good performance at brum. but i would say it was a game of 2 halves. first half, brum were rubbish and hence conceded 4 goals Brum have no defence and everyone knows it. second half was a game of 2 poor teams and brum won that 2:0 whats that say about Rovers...????? Manager talks about up to 8 players not fit well lets not forget we have by far a massive squad compared to most in the division, so we shouldnt complain....! are we gonna reach play offs doubt it very much needs a miracle....actually need reading and brighton to drop points which i cant see happening and for Ipswich and forest to falter On top of all that it requires Rovers to perform and get 6 points and still be hopefull that the other 4 teams above drop points I cant see that happening hence its farewell to the season and concentrate on next season changes that are required: A Manager is required....!!! anyone who cant see that must be blind...! Thanks to current man but at best hes a coach for the young ones and thats where we should keep him Bowyer as reserve team coach......PERFECT he can work with youngsters and bring them along... that what hes good at...! BUT BRFC need a MANAGER....simple... ...!! maybe Moyes can do it for us...!! we need a couple of players to supplement squad kane and henley are too weak replace with a stronger man at full back. Clearly, BRFC are not going to get into the playoffs as were not consistent[/p][/quote]Well your comments certainly say everything we need to know about you Shebby. You are clearly very bitter that things have improved since you were sidelined.[/p][/quote]A bit unrealistic to think Moyes would come to us, however i thnk Moyes may well get Newcastle job an that would mean Pardew available. ghost of sceptic
  • Score: 1

6:31pm Tue 22 Apr 14

jimluftas says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
jimluftas wrote:
realisticrover wrote:
cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here...
1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys
2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that?
3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan!
4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha!
Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius!
10 games unbeaten? How many wins? How many very winnable games amongst them? Sheffield weds, Yeovil, Brighton to name a few. Win those and we'd be safely in the play offs by now, 6 points better off. We may have progressed but this league has been the worst standard for some time.
And then there's the four points we've taken off you this season.... just a thought.
And then there's cnuts like you who need to get out more.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimluftas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]realisticrover[/bold] wrote: cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here... 1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys 2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that? 3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan! 4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha! Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius![/p][/quote]10 games unbeaten? How many wins? How many very winnable games amongst them? Sheffield weds, Yeovil, Brighton to name a few. Win those and we'd be safely in the play offs by now, 6 points better off. We may have progressed but this league has been the worst standard for some time.[/p][/quote]And then there's the four points we've taken off you this season.... just a thought.[/p][/quote]And then there's cnuts like you who need to get out more. jimluftas
  • Score: 4

6:32pm Tue 22 Apr 14

ghost of sceptic says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
What I really don't understand is how on earth you can truly believe you will be anywhere near going up next season?

I know some of you clowns try to be over optimistic at times, and I can understand that given the state of your club at the present time, but to think you'll be promoted is as far fetched as me saying that Burnley will reach the Champions League at the end of next season.

The fact is your club has only been as high as 8th throughout the whole season. You have played some dire football under the guidance of probably the most boring, uninspiring and over-promoted football manager in the country.

You really need to take a long hard look at what you now are and accept your place. You will never again play in the top division of English football. Your recent successes have been bought for you, your false position in the premier league was all funded and when the money ran out down you went, and all the while your rivals have achieved a place amongst the elite WITHOUT spending any money!
And Where were you last season compared to this season? If you lot can do it anyone can. However Rovers will need a huge slice of luck keeping the first 11 free from injury next season as you did. Just a word of caution, look what happened to Coyle and Burnley last time around. Ha Ha.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: What I really don't understand is how on earth you can truly believe you will be anywhere near going up next season? I know some of you clowns try to be over optimistic at times, and I can understand that given the state of your club at the present time, but to think you'll be promoted is as far fetched as me saying that Burnley will reach the Champions League at the end of next season. The fact is your club has only been as high as 8th throughout the whole season. You have played some dire football under the guidance of probably the most boring, uninspiring and over-promoted football manager in the country. You really need to take a long hard look at what you now are and accept your place. You will never again play in the top division of English football. Your recent successes have been bought for you, your false position in the premier league was all funded and when the money ran out down you went, and all the while your rivals have achieved a place amongst the elite WITHOUT spending any money![/p][/quote]And Where were you last season compared to this season? If you lot can do it anyone can. However Rovers will need a huge slice of luck keeping the first 11 free from injury next season as you did. Just a word of caution, look what happened to Coyle and Burnley last time around. Ha Ha. ghost of sceptic
  • Score: 1

6:33pm Tue 22 Apr 14

French Rover says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
roversammo wrote:
wilddog wrote:
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
Ya mums ya dad
Down to the bare bones now aren't we.

Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes.

Truly pathetic.

The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.
Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place!

One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league....

36 and counting claret clowns
Haha how very desperate. I'm embarrassed for you pal.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley (did you miss that game?)
Burnley GOING UP!
Dont cry Mungo. You might get to play us again in another 36 years.
hey chump or should that be chimp? Read the post before you comment eh?

Its 36 years at your place since you beat us - and just to remind you thats at Turd Moor....
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]roversammo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither[/p][/quote]Ya mums ya dad[/p][/quote]Down to the bare bones now aren't we. Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes. Truly pathetic. The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.[/p][/quote]Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place! One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league.... 36 and counting claret clowns[/p][/quote]Haha how very desperate. I'm embarrassed for you pal. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley (did you miss that game?) Burnley GOING UP! Dont cry Mungo. You might get to play us again in another 36 years.[/p][/quote]hey chump or should that be chimp? Read the post before you comment eh? Its 36 years at your place since you beat us - and just to remind you thats at Turd Moor.... French Rover
  • Score: 4

7:43pm Tue 22 Apr 14

roversammo says...

French Rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
roversammo wrote:
wilddog wrote:
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
Ya mums ya dad
Down to the bare bones now aren't we.

Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes.

Truly pathetic.

The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.
Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place!

One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league....

36 and counting claret clowns
Haha how very desperate. I'm embarrassed for you pal.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley (did you miss that game?)
Burnley GOING UP!
Dont cry Mungo. You might get to play us again in another 36 years.
hey chump or should that be chimp? Read the post before you comment eh?

Its 36 years at your place since you beat us - and just to remind you thats at Turd Moor....
Sorry dingle, didn't mean to cause you offence,
Ya dads ya mum,
Does that clear it up for you?
Now be a good boy and head to the docs to sort that nasty rash out. Tsk partied a bit too hard that one..... One club, one family........... Literally.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]roversammo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither[/p][/quote]Ya mums ya dad[/p][/quote]Down to the bare bones now aren't we. Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes. Truly pathetic. The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.[/p][/quote]Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place! One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league.... 36 and counting claret clowns[/p][/quote]Haha how very desperate. I'm embarrassed for you pal. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley (did you miss that game?) Burnley GOING UP! Dont cry Mungo. You might get to play us again in another 36 years.[/p][/quote]hey chump or should that be chimp? Read the post before you comment eh? Its 36 years at your place since you beat us - and just to remind you thats at Turd Moor....[/p][/quote]Sorry dingle, didn't mean to cause you offence, Ya dads ya mum, Does that clear it up for you? Now be a good boy and head to the docs to sort that nasty rash out. Tsk partied a bit too hard that one..... One club, one family........... Literally. roversammo
  • Score: 2

7:57pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Burnley59/60 says...

McClaret wrote:
Thank you for all the congrats from all genuine Rovers fans on the Burnley pages.

Great result for you yesterday and you have got yourself in the mix. We will have a big say with Ipswich and Reading to play and hopefully can do you a favour, you will need to win both to have a chance. Good luck.
The same here lets have the Derby where it belongs in the top flight,I for one hope The Blues Tank The Rest Make and win The Playoffs You have The Quality Rhodes is One Hell Of A Striker COME ON YOU BLUES From a Claret .
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Thank you for all the congrats from all genuine Rovers fans on the Burnley pages. Great result for you yesterday and you have got yourself in the mix. We will have a big say with Ipswich and Reading to play and hopefully can do you a favour, you will need to win both to have a chance. Good luck.[/p][/quote]The same here lets have the Derby where it belongs in the top flight,I for one hope The Blues Tank The Rest Make and win The Playoffs You have The Quality Rhodes is One Hell Of A Striker COME ON YOU BLUES From a Claret . Burnley59/60
  • Score: 4

8:00pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Burnley59/60 says...

French Rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
roversammo wrote:
wilddog wrote:
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
Ya mums ya dad
Down to the bare bones now aren't we.

Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes.

Truly pathetic.

The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.
Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place!

One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league....

36 and counting claret clowns
Haha how very desperate. I'm embarrassed for you pal.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley (did you miss that game?)
Burnley GOING UP!
Dont cry Mungo. You might get to play us again in another 36 years.
hey chump or should that be chimp? Read the post before you comment eh?

Its 36 years at your place since you beat us - and just to remind you thats at Turd Moor....
YOUR NOT FROM LANCASHIRE SO SOD OFF GOOD LUCK TO THE BLUES
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]roversammo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither[/p][/quote]Ya mums ya dad[/p][/quote]Down to the bare bones now aren't we. Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes. Truly pathetic. The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.[/p][/quote]Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place! One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league.... 36 and counting claret clowns[/p][/quote]Haha how very desperate. I'm embarrassed for you pal. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley (did you miss that game?) Burnley GOING UP! Dont cry Mungo. You might get to play us again in another 36 years.[/p][/quote]hey chump or should that be chimp? Read the post before you comment eh? Its 36 years at your place since you beat us - and just to remind you thats at Turd Moor....[/p][/quote]YOUR NOT FROM LANCASHIRE SO SOD OFF GOOD LUCK TO THE BLUES Burnley59/60
  • Score: 4

8:27pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Maxrus says...

Can anyone please explain to me why 'it's too early for us to go up'? For me, this has never made any sense, try saying this to the players in the dressing rooms before kick off. If we get promoted thru' the play-offs, we celebrate, we take the £100+ million on offer, how on earth can this not be good for any club?? Even if we were to last only one season, surely it has more ups than downs. As for anyone mentioning ffp as a possible downer, I believe this will soon be contested by club/s in the HIgh Courts on the basis that Eufa have gone beyond their remit in dictating funding policies on businesses, this is not a typo error, I think lawyers will argue that football clubs are businesses and as such, Eufa are acting unlawfully.
Can anyone please explain to me why 'it's too early for us to go up'? For me, this has never made any sense, try saying this to the players in the dressing rooms before kick off. If we get promoted thru' the play-offs, we celebrate, we take the £100+ million on offer, how on earth can this not be good for any club?? Even if we were to last only one season, surely it has more ups than downs. As for anyone mentioning ffp as a possible downer, I believe this will soon be contested by club/s in the HIgh Courts on the basis that Eufa have gone beyond their remit in dictating funding policies on businesses, this is not a typo error, I think lawyers will argue that football clubs are businesses and as such, Eufa are acting unlawfully. Maxrus
  • Score: 6

8:47pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Peterborough rover says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel.

Rough with the smooth and all that eh.....

Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory.


.
"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel."

Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football.

It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.
Go slip a finger (or 6) inside your sister. U sad dingle tw@t
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel. Rough with the smooth and all that eh..... Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory. .[/p][/quote]"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel." Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football. It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.[/p][/quote]Go slip a finger (or 6) inside your sister. U sad dingle tw@t Peterborough rover
  • Score: 3

10:33pm Tue 22 Apr 14

owd nick says...

With Reading beating Boro tonight that means they only need 3 points from their last two games and even if we win both of ours we can't touch them.

Better goal difference.
With Reading beating Boro tonight that means they only need 3 points from their last two games and even if we win both of ours we can't touch them. Better goal difference. owd nick
  • Score: 4

11:31pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel.

Rough with the smooth and all that eh.....

Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory.


.
"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel."

Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football.

It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.
Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.)

As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't.

With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad.

As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them.

A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel. Rough with the smooth and all that eh..... Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory. .[/p][/quote]"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel." Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football. It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.[/p][/quote]Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.) As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't. With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad. As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them. A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.) Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 15

11:35pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

owd nick wrote:
With Reading beating Boro tonight that means they only need 3 points from their last two games and even if we win both of ours we can't touch them.

Better goal difference.
I still think Brighton will nick 6th place.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: With Reading beating Boro tonight that means they only need 3 points from their last two games and even if we win both of ours we can't touch them. Better goal difference.[/p][/quote]I still think Brighton will nick 6th place. Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 7

11:52pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Maxrus says...

Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel.

Rough with the smooth and all that eh.....

Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory.


.
"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel."

Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football.

It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.
Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.)

As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't.

With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad.

As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them.

A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)
Great late post IES, you've just given him another sleepless night as it will take him 4 hours to read it and another 4 hours copying & pasting his reply, lol
[quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel. Rough with the smooth and all that eh..... Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory. .[/p][/quote]"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel." Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football. It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.[/p][/quote]Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.) As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't. With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad. As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them. A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)[/p][/quote]Great late post IES, you've just given him another sleepless night as it will take him 4 hours to read it and another 4 hours copying & pasting his reply, lol Maxrus
  • Score: 9

8:04am Wed 23 Apr 14

Rovers 1495 says...

realisticrover wrote:
cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here...
1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys
2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that?
3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan!
4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha!
Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius!
Now, unfortunately, it's Reading's to lose
[quote][p][bold]realisticrover[/bold] wrote: cant remember who it was, but it makes me laugh so much, some of the stuff on here... 1) Moyes as our manager - what kind of dream world do some fans live in, if they think a) we can afford him b) he'd come work for Venkys 2) Bowyer didnt thanks the fans after the game - a) clearly he did b) youre presumably one of the fans that booed after Yeovil - how the hell can you expect Bowyer to praise the fans after that? 3) We're not ready for the Prem yet anyway - clearly we are actually building a side to get us out of the Championship, forget the Prem, we can worry about that when we are there. Leicester or Burnley arent good enough for the prem either, but they will make some key signings and generate a plan! 4) all these doom mongers saying we have no chance of play offs - all the other teams play each other and none of them are on as good a run as us. There is two points difference, so surely we have almost as good a chance as the rest. Brighton drew with Blackpool and have Forest to play, some muppet above says they are favourites, ha ha! Another poster says we blow hot and cold too much and yet we are on our best run for ten years - genius![/p][/quote]Now, unfortunately, it's Reading's to lose Rovers 1495
  • Score: 6

8:34am Wed 23 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel.

Rough with the smooth and all that eh.....

Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory.


.
"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel."

Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football.

It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.
Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.)

As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't.

With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad.

As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them.

A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)
And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"?

What a parasite you are.

Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley going up!
[quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel. Rough with the smooth and all that eh..... Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory. .[/p][/quote]"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel." Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football. It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.[/p][/quote]Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.) As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't. With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad. As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them. A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)[/p][/quote]And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"? What a parasite you are. Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley going up! Super_Clarets
  • Score: -10

9:33am Wed 23 Apr 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel.

Rough with the smooth and all that eh.....

Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory.


.
"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel."

Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football.

It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.
Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.)

As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't.

With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad.

As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them.

A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)
And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"?

What a parasite you are.

Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley going up!
Burnley had an offer of £750,000 knocked back by Brighton before you finally reached an agreement for an undisclosed amount. Now, I'm no Alan Sugar but I'm pretty sure that it's not good business acumen for Brighton's board to then sell that player for almost half of what the prospective buyers first offered. Seeing as how Brighton were, and still are, vying for the play-offs at the time that they sold one of their best players to Burnley, it doesn't take a genius to work out that clauses pertaining to promotion would've been inserted into the agreement of sale, as is the norm these days.

As for your need to type the word 'only' in capital letters, may I point out that I acknowledged that fact in my original post, something you omitted to do in yours when you claimed that Dyche had spent nothing. Don't start spouting off about facts when you've had to have them pointed out to you in the first place.

With regards to my username, I really don't see how that makes me a parasite. It is merely a homage to the numerous p!ss-taking usernames thought up by the Burnley fans who infest (like parasites) Blackburn Rovers threads every single day. (Before you point to your own username, whilst I'm fully aware this particular one makes no reference to my club I'm pretty convinced that some of the aliases/multiple accounts that you've used in the past have done.) And, despite my admiration for your manager, mine is also a cheeky, but clever, little anagram in his honour. So, if you're really trying to say that my username is, in any way, as bad as you spending all day, every day, obsessing over all things Rovers, you clearly are as stupid as you come across.

Before calling someone an imbecile, you should probably check that both your original post, and it's subsequent additions, aren't, factually, full of more holes than your sister's smile.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel. Rough with the smooth and all that eh..... Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory. .[/p][/quote]"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel." Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football. It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.[/p][/quote]Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.) As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't. With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad. As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them. A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)[/p][/quote]And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"? What a parasite you are. Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley going up![/p][/quote]Burnley had an offer of £750,000 knocked back by Brighton before you finally reached an agreement for an undisclosed amount. Now, I'm no Alan Sugar but I'm pretty sure that it's not good business acumen for Brighton's board to then sell that player for almost half of what the prospective buyers first offered. Seeing as how Brighton were, and still are, vying for the play-offs at the time that they sold one of their best players to Burnley, it doesn't take a genius to work out that clauses pertaining to promotion would've been inserted into the agreement of sale, as is the norm these days. As for your need to type the word 'only' in capital letters, may I point out that I acknowledged that fact in my original post, something you omitted to do in yours when you claimed that Dyche had spent nothing. Don't start spouting off about facts when you've had to have them pointed out to you in the first place. With regards to my username, I really don't see how that makes me a parasite. It is merely a homage to the numerous p!ss-taking usernames thought up by the Burnley fans who infest (like parasites) Blackburn Rovers threads every single day. (Before you point to your own username, whilst I'm fully aware this particular one makes no reference to my club I'm pretty convinced that some of the aliases/multiple accounts that you've used in the past have done.) And, despite my admiration for your manager, mine is also a cheeky, but clever, little anagram in his honour. So, if you're really trying to say that my username is, in any way, as bad as you spending all day, every day, obsessing over all things Rovers, you clearly are as stupid as you come across. Before calling someone an imbecile, you should probably check that both your original post, and it's subsequent additions, aren't, factually, full of more holes than your sister's smile. Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 12

9:57am Wed 23 Apr 14

French Rover says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
roversammo wrote:
wilddog wrote:
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
Ya mums ya dad
Down to the bare bones now aren't we.

Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes.

Truly pathetic.

The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.
Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place!

One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league....

36 and counting claret clowns
Haha how very desperate. I'm embarrassed for you pal.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley (did you miss that game?)
Burnley GOING UP!
Dont cry Mungo. You might get to play us again in another 36 years.
hey chump or should that be chimp? Read the post before you comment eh?

Its 36 years at your place since you beat us - and just to remind you thats at Turd Moor....
YOUR NOT FROM LANCASHIRE SO SOD OFF GOOD LUCK TO THE BLUES
yes I am....East Lancashire born and bred unlike you who are simply (simple) in-bred! And I didnt need to use cap locks to write my post!
36 Years
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]roversammo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither[/p][/quote]Ya mums ya dad[/p][/quote]Down to the bare bones now aren't we. Before we beat you, even when all was lost you could at least resort to 34 years but not any more, instead you lower yourself to incest jibes. Truly pathetic. The comment above is factual. You don't deserve to reach the play-off's and you are not good enough.[/p][/quote]Dont worry about us, we still have 36 YEARS undefeated at your place! One of the longest unbeaten records in the football league.... 36 and counting claret clowns[/p][/quote]Haha how very desperate. I'm embarrassed for you pal. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley (did you miss that game?) Burnley GOING UP! Dont cry Mungo. You might get to play us again in another 36 years.[/p][/quote]hey chump or should that be chimp? Read the post before you comment eh? Its 36 years at your place since you beat us - and just to remind you thats at Turd Moor....[/p][/quote]YOUR NOT FROM LANCASHIRE SO SOD OFF GOOD LUCK TO THE BLUES[/p][/quote]yes I am....East Lancashire born and bred unlike you who are simply (simple) in-bred! And I didnt need to use cap locks to write my post! 36 Years French Rover
  • Score: 5

10:04am Wed 23 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel.

Rough with the smooth and all that eh.....

Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory.


.
"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel."

Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football.

It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.
Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.)

As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't.

With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad.

As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them.

A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)
And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"?

What a parasite you are.

Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley going up!
Burnley had an offer of £750,000 knocked back by Brighton before you finally reached an agreement for an undisclosed amount. Now, I'm no Alan Sugar but I'm pretty sure that it's not good business acumen for Brighton's board to then sell that player for almost half of what the prospective buyers first offered. Seeing as how Brighton were, and still are, vying for the play-offs at the time that they sold one of their best players to Burnley, it doesn't take a genius to work out that clauses pertaining to promotion would've been inserted into the agreement of sale, as is the norm these days.

As for your need to type the word 'only' in capital letters, may I point out that I acknowledged that fact in my original post, something you omitted to do in yours when you claimed that Dyche had spent nothing. Don't start spouting off about facts when you've had to have them pointed out to you in the first place.

With regards to my username, I really don't see how that makes me a parasite. It is merely a homage to the numerous p!ss-taking usernames thought up by the Burnley fans who infest (like parasites) Blackburn Rovers threads every single day. (Before you point to your own username, whilst I'm fully aware this particular one makes no reference to my club I'm pretty convinced that some of the aliases/multiple accounts that you've used in the past have done.) And, despite my admiration for your manager, mine is also a cheeky, but clever, little anagram in his honour. So, if you're really trying to say that my username is, in any way, as bad as you spending all day, every day, obsessing over all things Rovers, you clearly are as stupid as you come across.

Before calling someone an imbecile, you should probably check that both your original post, and it's subsequent additions, aren't, factually, full of more holes than your sister's smile.
Incest each Sunday is a despicable phrase to use in such a public forum and will likely cause offence to certain people who read the comments on these articles, you should probably consider this before your next name change which will probably be very soon. When we see a "**** each Monday" we'll know who it is.

The fact that you are arguing so intently a figure of £300k over the transfer fee Burnley paid for a player on the way to promotion highlights just how sad and desperate you and your ilk have become. I took the figure that I posted from the words of Sean Dyche in his interview following the match yesterday. Look it up, you are obviously rather interested in things like this.

The point being clubs like Blackburn Rovers have spent obscene amounts of money (£11million on Rhodes and Best, or am I mistaken?) and yet are floundering in mid-table, while little old Burnley under the stewardship of the best young English manager in the game have spent (According to the manager himself, only £400,000) to achieve automatic promotion, which is something your club could never do.

The intense pain you are feeling in regards to our promotion won't go away I'm afraid, its just something you'll have to learn to live with, as you have done with those feelings towards your sister.

Chin up Mungo, it could be worse.
[quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel. Rough with the smooth and all that eh..... Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory. .[/p][/quote]"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel." Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football. It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.[/p][/quote]Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.) As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't. With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad. As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them. A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)[/p][/quote]And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"? What a parasite you are. Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley going up![/p][/quote]Burnley had an offer of £750,000 knocked back by Brighton before you finally reached an agreement for an undisclosed amount. Now, I'm no Alan Sugar but I'm pretty sure that it's not good business acumen for Brighton's board to then sell that player for almost half of what the prospective buyers first offered. Seeing as how Brighton were, and still are, vying for the play-offs at the time that they sold one of their best players to Burnley, it doesn't take a genius to work out that clauses pertaining to promotion would've been inserted into the agreement of sale, as is the norm these days. As for your need to type the word 'only' in capital letters, may I point out that I acknowledged that fact in my original post, something you omitted to do in yours when you claimed that Dyche had spent nothing. Don't start spouting off about facts when you've had to have them pointed out to you in the first place. With regards to my username, I really don't see how that makes me a parasite. It is merely a homage to the numerous p!ss-taking usernames thought up by the Burnley fans who infest (like parasites) Blackburn Rovers threads every single day. (Before you point to your own username, whilst I'm fully aware this particular one makes no reference to my club I'm pretty convinced that some of the aliases/multiple accounts that you've used in the past have done.) And, despite my admiration for your manager, mine is also a cheeky, but clever, little anagram in his honour. So, if you're really trying to say that my username is, in any way, as bad as you spending all day, every day, obsessing over all things Rovers, you clearly are as stupid as you come across. Before calling someone an imbecile, you should probably check that both your original post, and it's subsequent additions, aren't, factually, full of more holes than your sister's smile.[/p][/quote]Incest each Sunday is a despicable phrase to use in such a public forum and will likely cause offence to certain people who read the comments on these articles, you should probably consider this before your next name change which will probably be very soon. When we see a "**** each Monday" we'll know who it is. The fact that you are arguing so intently a figure of £300k over the transfer fee Burnley paid for a player on the way to promotion highlights just how sad and desperate you and your ilk have become. I took the figure that I posted from the words of Sean Dyche in his interview following the match yesterday. Look it up, you are obviously rather interested in things like this. The point being clubs like Blackburn Rovers have spent obscene amounts of money (£11million on Rhodes and Best, or am I mistaken?) and yet are floundering in mid-table, while little old Burnley under the stewardship of the best young English manager in the game have spent (According to the manager himself, only £400,000) to achieve automatic promotion, which is something your club could never do. The intense pain you are feeling in regards to our promotion won't go away I'm afraid, its just something you'll have to learn to live with, as you have done with those feelings towards your sister. Chin up Mungo, it could be worse. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -7

11:08am Wed 23 Apr 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel.

Rough with the smooth and all that eh.....

Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory.


.
"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel."

Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football.

It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.
Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.)

As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't.

With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad.

As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them.

A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)
And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"?

What a parasite you are.

Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley going up!
Burnley had an offer of £750,000 knocked back by Brighton before you finally reached an agreement for an undisclosed amount. Now, I'm no Alan Sugar but I'm pretty sure that it's not good business acumen for Brighton's board to then sell that player for almost half of what the prospective buyers first offered. Seeing as how Brighton were, and still are, vying for the play-offs at the time that they sold one of their best players to Burnley, it doesn't take a genius to work out that clauses pertaining to promotion would've been inserted into the agreement of sale, as is the norm these days.

As for your need to type the word 'only' in capital letters, may I point out that I acknowledged that fact in my original post, something you omitted to do in yours when you claimed that Dyche had spent nothing. Don't start spouting off about facts when you've had to have them pointed out to you in the first place.

With regards to my username, I really don't see how that makes me a parasite. It is merely a homage to the numerous p!ss-taking usernames thought up by the Burnley fans who infest (like parasites) Blackburn Rovers threads every single day. (Before you point to your own username, whilst I'm fully aware this particular one makes no reference to my club I'm pretty convinced that some of the aliases/multiple accounts that you've used in the past have done.) And, despite my admiration for your manager, mine is also a cheeky, but clever, little anagram in his honour. So, if you're really trying to say that my username is, in any way, as bad as you spending all day, every day, obsessing over all things Rovers, you clearly are as stupid as you come across.

Before calling someone an imbecile, you should probably check that both your original post, and it's subsequent additions, aren't, factually, full of more holes than your sister's smile.
Incest each Sunday is a despicable phrase to use in such a public forum and will likely cause offence to certain people who read the comments on these articles, you should probably consider this before your next name change which will probably be very soon. When we see a "**** each Monday" we'll know who it is.

The fact that you are arguing so intently a figure of £300k over the transfer fee Burnley paid for a player on the way to promotion highlights just how sad and desperate you and your ilk have become. I took the figure that I posted from the words of Sean Dyche in his interview following the match yesterday. Look it up, you are obviously rather interested in things like this.

The point being clubs like Blackburn Rovers have spent obscene amounts of money (£11million on Rhodes and Best, or am I mistaken?) and yet are floundering in mid-table, while little old Burnley under the stewardship of the best young English manager in the game have spent (According to the manager himself, only £400,000) to achieve automatic promotion, which is something your club could never do.

The intense pain you are feeling in regards to our promotion won't go away I'm afraid, its just something you'll have to learn to live with, as you have done with those feelings towards your sister.

Chin up Mungo, it could be worse.
Oh dear, having the obvious flaws in your posts pointed out to you really has got you rattled. Firstly, my username is no more despicable than any of the p!ss-taking usernames adopted by your fellow Burnley fans, and yourself in the past. You, personally, have made numerous insults (based on local stereotypes) to Rovers fans over the years so there's no point trying to take the moral high-ground with me, you've just made yourself look even more of a hypocrite as a result. (Actually, it's a, very poorly veiled, desperate attempt to detract from the discrepancies in your original post.) Also, unlike yourself, I don't change my username every other week.

As for arguing intently about a figure of £300k, I think you'll find that you started that 'argument' after I pointed out that Dyche had spent money, despite your bold statement to the contrary. I don't care how much you did or didn't spend on Barnes, I was just quoting the figure mentioned at the time. If Dyche says he's only spent £400k (I didn't hear the interview myself) then fair play, but he's probably talking about the fee the club paid up-front, not what else they owe. Also, it's a bit rich sarcastically telling someone to look something up when you've recently posted a list of quotes from Rovers fans pertaining to wrong 'predictions', just to prove a point in hindsight.

Either way, it still doesn't detract from the fact that you came on here, all high and mighty, trying to say Dyche achieved promotion without spending a penny. As with most of the nonsense you post, it was a gross exaggeration of the truth. When someone corrects you, you try and twist the 'argument' to make it look like the other person is the obsessive nutcase. It's too late for that, everybody knows you for what you are.

With regards to Burnley's promotion, I do not feel any pain as, unlike yourself, my life doesn't revolve around the ups-and-downs of my team's biggest rivals. I wasn't jumping for joy, granted, but I am mature enough to acknowledge what a great achievement it is considering the resources available.

At the end of the day, people connected with the club I support spent lots of money but will probably fail to make the play-offs this season. People connected with the club you support spent very little this season and achieved it. Neither of us are personally responsible for either of these outcomes, we're merely fans. However, the way you go on, anybody would think you personally masterminded the whole thing.

It doesn't matter what Burnley have achieved, you're still the same pathetic little troll who spends all day posting on Rovers threads. Whatever my team's shortcomings and failures, I'll still never be you.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel. Rough with the smooth and all that eh..... Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory. .[/p][/quote]"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel." Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football. It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.[/p][/quote]Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.) As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't. With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad. As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them. A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)[/p][/quote]And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"? What a parasite you are. Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley going up![/p][/quote]Burnley had an offer of £750,000 knocked back by Brighton before you finally reached an agreement for an undisclosed amount. Now, I'm no Alan Sugar but I'm pretty sure that it's not good business acumen for Brighton's board to then sell that player for almost half of what the prospective buyers first offered. Seeing as how Brighton were, and still are, vying for the play-offs at the time that they sold one of their best players to Burnley, it doesn't take a genius to work out that clauses pertaining to promotion would've been inserted into the agreement of sale, as is the norm these days. As for your need to type the word 'only' in capital letters, may I point out that I acknowledged that fact in my original post, something you omitted to do in yours when you claimed that Dyche had spent nothing. Don't start spouting off about facts when you've had to have them pointed out to you in the first place. With regards to my username, I really don't see how that makes me a parasite. It is merely a homage to the numerous p!ss-taking usernames thought up by the Burnley fans who infest (like parasites) Blackburn Rovers threads every single day. (Before you point to your own username, whilst I'm fully aware this particular one makes no reference to my club I'm pretty convinced that some of the aliases/multiple accounts that you've used in the past have done.) And, despite my admiration for your manager, mine is also a cheeky, but clever, little anagram in his honour. So, if you're really trying to say that my username is, in any way, as bad as you spending all day, every day, obsessing over all things Rovers, you clearly are as stupid as you come across. Before calling someone an imbecile, you should probably check that both your original post, and it's subsequent additions, aren't, factually, full of more holes than your sister's smile.[/p][/quote]Incest each Sunday is a despicable phrase to use in such a public forum and will likely cause offence to certain people who read the comments on these articles, you should probably consider this before your next name change which will probably be very soon. When we see a "**** each Monday" we'll know who it is. The fact that you are arguing so intently a figure of £300k over the transfer fee Burnley paid for a player on the way to promotion highlights just how sad and desperate you and your ilk have become. I took the figure that I posted from the words of Sean Dyche in his interview following the match yesterday. Look it up, you are obviously rather interested in things like this. The point being clubs like Blackburn Rovers have spent obscene amounts of money (£11million on Rhodes and Best, or am I mistaken?) and yet are floundering in mid-table, while little old Burnley under the stewardship of the best young English manager in the game have spent (According to the manager himself, only £400,000) to achieve automatic promotion, which is something your club could never do. The intense pain you are feeling in regards to our promotion won't go away I'm afraid, its just something you'll have to learn to live with, as you have done with those feelings towards your sister. Chin up Mungo, it could be worse.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, having the obvious flaws in your posts pointed out to you really has got you rattled. Firstly, my username is no more despicable than any of the p!ss-taking usernames adopted by your fellow Burnley fans, and yourself in the past. You, personally, have made numerous insults (based on local stereotypes) to Rovers fans over the years so there's no point trying to take the moral high-ground with me, you've just made yourself look even more of a hypocrite as a result. (Actually, it's a, very poorly veiled, desperate attempt to detract from the discrepancies in your original post.) Also, unlike yourself, I don't change my username every other week. As for arguing intently about a figure of £300k, I think you'll find that you started that 'argument' after I pointed out that Dyche had spent money, despite your bold statement to the contrary. I don't care how much you did or didn't spend on Barnes, I was just quoting the figure mentioned at the time. If Dyche says he's only spent £400k (I didn't hear the interview myself) then fair play, but he's probably talking about the fee the club paid up-front, not what else they owe. Also, it's a bit rich sarcastically telling someone to look something up when you've recently posted a list of quotes from Rovers fans pertaining to wrong 'predictions', just to prove a point in hindsight. Either way, it still doesn't detract from the fact that you came on here, all high and mighty, trying to say Dyche achieved promotion without spending a penny. As with most of the nonsense you post, it was a gross exaggeration of the truth. When someone corrects you, you try and twist the 'argument' to make it look like the other person is the obsessive nutcase. It's too late for that, everybody knows you for what you are. With regards to Burnley's promotion, I do not feel any pain as, unlike yourself, my life doesn't revolve around the ups-and-downs of my team's biggest rivals. I wasn't jumping for joy, granted, but I am mature enough to acknowledge what a great achievement it is considering the resources available. At the end of the day, people connected with the club I support spent lots of money but will probably fail to make the play-offs this season. People connected with the club you support spent very little this season and achieved it. Neither of us are personally responsible for either of these outcomes, we're merely fans. However, the way you go on, anybody would think you personally masterminded the whole thing. It doesn't matter what Burnley have achieved, you're still the same pathetic little troll who spends all day posting on Rovers threads. Whatever my team's shortcomings and failures, I'll still never be you. Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 11

1:02pm Wed 23 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel.

Rough with the smooth and all that eh.....

Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory.


.
"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel."

Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football.

It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.
Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.)

As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't.

With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad.

As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them.

A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)
And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"?

What a parasite you are.

Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley going up!
Burnley had an offer of £750,000 knocked back by Brighton before you finally reached an agreement for an undisclosed amount. Now, I'm no Alan Sugar but I'm pretty sure that it's not good business acumen for Brighton's board to then sell that player for almost half of what the prospective buyers first offered. Seeing as how Brighton were, and still are, vying for the play-offs at the time that they sold one of their best players to Burnley, it doesn't take a genius to work out that clauses pertaining to promotion would've been inserted into the agreement of sale, as is the norm these days.

As for your need to type the word 'only' in capital letters, may I point out that I acknowledged that fact in my original post, something you omitted to do in yours when you claimed that Dyche had spent nothing. Don't start spouting off about facts when you've had to have them pointed out to you in the first place.

With regards to my username, I really don't see how that makes me a parasite. It is merely a homage to the numerous p!ss-taking usernames thought up by the Burnley fans who infest (like parasites) Blackburn Rovers threads every single day. (Before you point to your own username, whilst I'm fully aware this particular one makes no reference to my club I'm pretty convinced that some of the aliases/multiple accounts that you've used in the past have done.) And, despite my admiration for your manager, mine is also a cheeky, but clever, little anagram in his honour. So, if you're really trying to say that my username is, in any way, as bad as you spending all day, every day, obsessing over all things Rovers, you clearly are as stupid as you come across.

Before calling someone an imbecile, you should probably check that both your original post, and it's subsequent additions, aren't, factually, full of more holes than your sister's smile.
Incest each Sunday is a despicable phrase to use in such a public forum and will likely cause offence to certain people who read the comments on these articles, you should probably consider this before your next name change which will probably be very soon. When we see a "**** each Monday" we'll know who it is.

The fact that you are arguing so intently a figure of £300k over the transfer fee Burnley paid for a player on the way to promotion highlights just how sad and desperate you and your ilk have become. I took the figure that I posted from the words of Sean Dyche in his interview following the match yesterday. Look it up, you are obviously rather interested in things like this.

The point being clubs like Blackburn Rovers have spent obscene amounts of money (£11million on Rhodes and Best, or am I mistaken?) and yet are floundering in mid-table, while little old Burnley under the stewardship of the best young English manager in the game have spent (According to the manager himself, only £400,000) to achieve automatic promotion, which is something your club could never do.

The intense pain you are feeling in regards to our promotion won't go away I'm afraid, its just something you'll have to learn to live with, as you have done with those feelings towards your sister.

Chin up Mungo, it could be worse.
Oh dear, having the obvious flaws in your posts pointed out to you really has got you rattled. Firstly, my username is no more despicable than any of the p!ss-taking usernames adopted by your fellow Burnley fans, and yourself in the past. You, personally, have made numerous insults (based on local stereotypes) to Rovers fans over the years so there's no point trying to take the moral high-ground with me, you've just made yourself look even more of a hypocrite as a result. (Actually, it's a, very poorly veiled, desperate attempt to detract from the discrepancies in your original post.) Also, unlike yourself, I don't change my username every other week.

As for arguing intently about a figure of £300k, I think you'll find that you started that 'argument' after I pointed out that Dyche had spent money, despite your bold statement to the contrary. I don't care how much you did or didn't spend on Barnes, I was just quoting the figure mentioned at the time. If Dyche says he's only spent £400k (I didn't hear the interview myself) then fair play, but he's probably talking about the fee the club paid up-front, not what else they owe. Also, it's a bit rich sarcastically telling someone to look something up when you've recently posted a list of quotes from Rovers fans pertaining to wrong 'predictions', just to prove a point in hindsight.

Either way, it still doesn't detract from the fact that you came on here, all high and mighty, trying to say Dyche achieved promotion without spending a penny. As with most of the nonsense you post, it was a gross exaggeration of the truth. When someone corrects you, you try and twist the 'argument' to make it look like the other person is the obsessive nutcase. It's too late for that, everybody knows you for what you are.

With regards to Burnley's promotion, I do not feel any pain as, unlike yourself, my life doesn't revolve around the ups-and-downs of my team's biggest rivals. I wasn't jumping for joy, granted, but I am mature enough to acknowledge what a great achievement it is considering the resources available.

At the end of the day, people connected with the club I support spent lots of money but will probably fail to make the play-offs this season. People connected with the club you support spent very little this season and achieved it. Neither of us are personally responsible for either of these outcomes, we're merely fans. However, the way you go on, anybody would think you personally masterminded the whole thing.

It doesn't matter what Burnley have achieved, you're still the same pathetic little troll who spends all day posting on Rovers threads. Whatever my team's shortcomings and failures, I'll still never be you.
I'm not exactly sure what the point of all that rambling nonsense was but I've obviously touched a nerve by..

1. correcting your mistake, and
2. laughing at you and your tin-pot club.

Sincere apologies. Perhaps this short video will help to lighten the mood..

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=3sGZ8Ubka
iU
[quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel. Rough with the smooth and all that eh..... Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory. .[/p][/quote]"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel." Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football. It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.[/p][/quote]Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.) As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't. With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad. As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them. A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)[/p][/quote]And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"? What a parasite you are. Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley going up![/p][/quote]Burnley had an offer of £750,000 knocked back by Brighton before you finally reached an agreement for an undisclosed amount. Now, I'm no Alan Sugar but I'm pretty sure that it's not good business acumen for Brighton's board to then sell that player for almost half of what the prospective buyers first offered. Seeing as how Brighton were, and still are, vying for the play-offs at the time that they sold one of their best players to Burnley, it doesn't take a genius to work out that clauses pertaining to promotion would've been inserted into the agreement of sale, as is the norm these days. As for your need to type the word 'only' in capital letters, may I point out that I acknowledged that fact in my original post, something you omitted to do in yours when you claimed that Dyche had spent nothing. Don't start spouting off about facts when you've had to have them pointed out to you in the first place. With regards to my username, I really don't see how that makes me a parasite. It is merely a homage to the numerous p!ss-taking usernames thought up by the Burnley fans who infest (like parasites) Blackburn Rovers threads every single day. (Before you point to your own username, whilst I'm fully aware this particular one makes no reference to my club I'm pretty convinced that some of the aliases/multiple accounts that you've used in the past have done.) And, despite my admiration for your manager, mine is also a cheeky, but clever, little anagram in his honour. So, if you're really trying to say that my username is, in any way, as bad as you spending all day, every day, obsessing over all things Rovers, you clearly are as stupid as you come across. Before calling someone an imbecile, you should probably check that both your original post, and it's subsequent additions, aren't, factually, full of more holes than your sister's smile.[/p][/quote]Incest each Sunday is a despicable phrase to use in such a public forum and will likely cause offence to certain people who read the comments on these articles, you should probably consider this before your next name change which will probably be very soon. When we see a "**** each Monday" we'll know who it is. The fact that you are arguing so intently a figure of £300k over the transfer fee Burnley paid for a player on the way to promotion highlights just how sad and desperate you and your ilk have become. I took the figure that I posted from the words of Sean Dyche in his interview following the match yesterday. Look it up, you are obviously rather interested in things like this. The point being clubs like Blackburn Rovers have spent obscene amounts of money (£11million on Rhodes and Best, or am I mistaken?) and yet are floundering in mid-table, while little old Burnley under the stewardship of the best young English manager in the game have spent (According to the manager himself, only £400,000) to achieve automatic promotion, which is something your club could never do. The intense pain you are feeling in regards to our promotion won't go away I'm afraid, its just something you'll have to learn to live with, as you have done with those feelings towards your sister. Chin up Mungo, it could be worse.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, having the obvious flaws in your posts pointed out to you really has got you rattled. Firstly, my username is no more despicable than any of the p!ss-taking usernames adopted by your fellow Burnley fans, and yourself in the past. You, personally, have made numerous insults (based on local stereotypes) to Rovers fans over the years so there's no point trying to take the moral high-ground with me, you've just made yourself look even more of a hypocrite as a result. (Actually, it's a, very poorly veiled, desperate attempt to detract from the discrepancies in your original post.) Also, unlike yourself, I don't change my username every other week. As for arguing intently about a figure of £300k, I think you'll find that you started that 'argument' after I pointed out that Dyche had spent money, despite your bold statement to the contrary. I don't care how much you did or didn't spend on Barnes, I was just quoting the figure mentioned at the time. If Dyche says he's only spent £400k (I didn't hear the interview myself) then fair play, but he's probably talking about the fee the club paid up-front, not what else they owe. Also, it's a bit rich sarcastically telling someone to look something up when you've recently posted a list of quotes from Rovers fans pertaining to wrong 'predictions', just to prove a point in hindsight. Either way, it still doesn't detract from the fact that you came on here, all high and mighty, trying to say Dyche achieved promotion without spending a penny. As with most of the nonsense you post, it was a gross exaggeration of the truth. When someone corrects you, you try and twist the 'argument' to make it look like the other person is the obsessive nutcase. It's too late for that, everybody knows you for what you are. With regards to Burnley's promotion, I do not feel any pain as, unlike yourself, my life doesn't revolve around the ups-and-downs of my team's biggest rivals. I wasn't jumping for joy, granted, but I am mature enough to acknowledge what a great achievement it is considering the resources available. At the end of the day, people connected with the club I support spent lots of money but will probably fail to make the play-offs this season. People connected with the club you support spent very little this season and achieved it. Neither of us are personally responsible for either of these outcomes, we're merely fans. However, the way you go on, anybody would think you personally masterminded the whole thing. It doesn't matter what Burnley have achieved, you're still the same pathetic little troll who spends all day posting on Rovers threads. Whatever my team's shortcomings and failures, I'll still never be you.[/p][/quote]I'm not exactly sure what the point of all that rambling nonsense was but I've obviously touched a nerve by.. 1. correcting your mistake, and 2. laughing at you and your tin-pot club. Sincere apologies. Perhaps this short video will help to lighten the mood.. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=3sGZ8Ubka iU Super_Clarets
  • Score: -3

2:45pm Wed 23 Apr 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
A Darener wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.
What difference does Bolton winning make?
Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.
Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know.

From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season.

Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players.

The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.
No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel.

Rough with the smooth and all that eh.....

Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory.


.
"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel."

Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football.

It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.
Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.)

As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't.

With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad.

As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them.

A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)
And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"?

What a parasite you are.

Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley going up!
Burnley had an offer of £750,000 knocked back by Brighton before you finally reached an agreement for an undisclosed amount. Now, I'm no Alan Sugar but I'm pretty sure that it's not good business acumen for Brighton's board to then sell that player for almost half of what the prospective buyers first offered. Seeing as how Brighton were, and still are, vying for the play-offs at the time that they sold one of their best players to Burnley, it doesn't take a genius to work out that clauses pertaining to promotion would've been inserted into the agreement of sale, as is the norm these days.

As for your need to type the word 'only' in capital letters, may I point out that I acknowledged that fact in my original post, something you omitted to do in yours when you claimed that Dyche had spent nothing. Don't start spouting off about facts when you've had to have them pointed out to you in the first place.

With regards to my username, I really don't see how that makes me a parasite. It is merely a homage to the numerous p!ss-taking usernames thought up by the Burnley fans who infest (like parasites) Blackburn Rovers threads every single day. (Before you point to your own username, whilst I'm fully aware this particular one makes no reference to my club I'm pretty convinced that some of the aliases/multiple accounts that you've used in the past have done.) And, despite my admiration for your manager, mine is also a cheeky, but clever, little anagram in his honour. So, if you're really trying to say that my username is, in any way, as bad as you spending all day, every day, obsessing over all things Rovers, you clearly are as stupid as you come across.

Before calling someone an imbecile, you should probably check that both your original post, and it's subsequent additions, aren't, factually, full of more holes than your sister's smile.
Incest each Sunday is a despicable phrase to use in such a public forum and will likely cause offence to certain people who read the comments on these articles, you should probably consider this before your next name change which will probably be very soon. When we see a "**** each Monday" we'll know who it is.

The fact that you are arguing so intently a figure of £300k over the transfer fee Burnley paid for a player on the way to promotion highlights just how sad and desperate you and your ilk have become. I took the figure that I posted from the words of Sean Dyche in his interview following the match yesterday. Look it up, you are obviously rather interested in things like this.

The point being clubs like Blackburn Rovers have spent obscene amounts of money (£11million on Rhodes and Best, or am I mistaken?) and yet are floundering in mid-table, while little old Burnley under the stewardship of the best young English manager in the game have spent (According to the manager himself, only £400,000) to achieve automatic promotion, which is something your club could never do.

The intense pain you are feeling in regards to our promotion won't go away I'm afraid, its just something you'll have to learn to live with, as you have done with those feelings towards your sister.

Chin up Mungo, it could be worse.
Oh dear, having the obvious flaws in your posts pointed out to you really has got you rattled. Firstly, my username is no more despicable than any of the p!ss-taking usernames adopted by your fellow Burnley fans, and yourself in the past. You, personally, have made numerous insults (based on local stereotypes) to Rovers fans over the years so there's no point trying to take the moral high-ground with me, you've just made yourself look even more of a hypocrite as a result. (Actually, it's a, very poorly veiled, desperate attempt to detract from the discrepancies in your original post.) Also, unlike yourself, I don't change my username every other week.

As for arguing intently about a figure of £300k, I think you'll find that you started that 'argument' after I pointed out that Dyche had spent money, despite your bold statement to the contrary. I don't care how much you did or didn't spend on Barnes, I was just quoting the figure mentioned at the time. If Dyche says he's only spent £400k (I didn't hear the interview myself) then fair play, but he's probably talking about the fee the club paid up-front, not what else they owe. Also, it's a bit rich sarcastically telling someone to look something up when you've recently posted a list of quotes from Rovers fans pertaining to wrong 'predictions', just to prove a point in hindsight.

Either way, it still doesn't detract from the fact that you came on here, all high and mighty, trying to say Dyche achieved promotion without spending a penny. As with most of the nonsense you post, it was a gross exaggeration of the truth. When someone corrects you, you try and twist the 'argument' to make it look like the other person is the obsessive nutcase. It's too late for that, everybody knows you for what you are.

With regards to Burnley's promotion, I do not feel any pain as, unlike yourself, my life doesn't revolve around the ups-and-downs of my team's biggest rivals. I wasn't jumping for joy, granted, but I am mature enough to acknowledge what a great achievement it is considering the resources available.

At the end of the day, people connected with the club I support spent lots of money but will probably fail to make the play-offs this season. People connected with the club you support spent very little this season and achieved it. Neither of us are personally responsible for either of these outcomes, we're merely fans. However, the way you go on, anybody would think you personally masterminded the whole thing.

It doesn't matter what Burnley have achieved, you're still the same pathetic little troll who spends all day posting on Rovers threads. Whatever my team's shortcomings and failures, I'll still never be you.
I'm not exactly sure what the point of all that rambling nonsense was but I've obviously touched a nerve by..

1. correcting your mistake, and
2. laughing at you and your tin-pot club.

Sincere apologies. Perhaps this short video will help to lighten the mood..

http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=3sGZ8Ubka

iU
Ah, 'rambling', the standard go-to-response of the internet troll when he's been well and truly shown up and hasn't got anything factual to reply with. It was obviously I who touched a nerve when I pulled you up on your mistake/lie initially. (No guessing what the only thing you've touched lately is.) It doesn't matter how you try to twist things, or change the subject, you've made yourself look ridiculous again. Perhaps you should apologise to yourself.

Whilst you laugh at me I just pity you.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Good luck for a play off place. You need Bolton to beat Leicester. This would mean the possibility of the title remains for us, which in turn will potentially affect our approach to our remaining games. Permutations I know, but you never know.[/p][/quote]What difference does Bolton winning make?[/p][/quote]Of course we need Bolton to beat Leicester, if Dyche can see the title carrot dingling, oops, dangling then I think he will want to go for it in their remaining matches against Ipswich and Reading. We know we need a lot of results to go our way but while it is still mathematically possible we can still hope, stranger things have happened but for the life of me, can't thing of any! All we can do is hope Bowyer keeps an attacking line-up for our last 2 games ie. start out with two wingers as he did yesterday who gave him 3 assists.[/p][/quote]Leicester are unlikely to slip up against Bolton and I don't see them losing any of their remaining games, so I think the title is safe but you never know. From our point of view we have done the job now and with promotion assured perhaps Dyche may take the opportunity to give one or two of his squad players a chance to prove themselves given the immense job our tightly knit first team have done all season. Of course it would be nice to win the final two games but I wont lose any sleep if we put out a side featuring one or two bit part players. The comedy in all of this is that you clowns will finish 3 points off 6th place and have to live with the fact that Burnley FC took those very 3 points off you at Ewood Park on the way to an incredible promotion. Now that must really annoy you.[/p][/quote]No it certainly doesn't annoy me. Why would it? The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel. Rough with the smooth and all that eh..... Think you lot must live off red-bull and blue smarties. Like overgrown kids with short selective term memory. .[/p][/quote]"The success I've witnessed my club have makes Burnleys success look like winning pass the parcel." Just a tad far fetched there Mungo, considering you haven't achieved anything without massive financial backing, which effectively makes Burnley's achievement far more meaningful given that we've done it the proper way, through hard work and playing good football. It will be hard for some of you more deluded types to accept that we are now a bigger and better club than you but in time you'll adjust.[/p][/quote]Burnley have a long, long way to go before they're a bigger club than Blackburn Rovers. Just because you've earned promotion to the Premier League for only the second time since it's inception, it doesn't mean the whole world is suddenly supporting Burnley. (Even Oldham and Bradford managed two seasons in the division before you did.) As for earning promotion ''WITHOUT spending any money!'', that's not true. Ashley Barnes cost Burnley somewhere in the region of £1M (once add-ons are taken into consideration), although you've never let facts get in the way of a good story before so you're hardly going to start now! Also, the media are impressed with how Dyche has only paid one transfer fee since he took charge but that doesn't mean that the team that got promoted were all free, most of them were bought before Dyche became manager. Granted, they weren't all big money signings - and Dyche has worked wonders with them - but don't try and make it out to be something it isn't. With regards to your smartphone comments, (where you claimed to be at a Burnley game whilst commenting on Rovers threads), even if that was true (which nobody believes it is), it still doesn't make you look any less pathetic. Your story would just prove that you are more concerned with Blackburn Rovers than watching your own beloved Burnley. If spending all day, every day, on here wasn't pathetic enough, going to games and still doing it is just plain sad. As football fans we all live vicariously, to some extent, through our team's achievements. However, win, lose or draw, the rest of us have to get on with everyday life in the real world. You, on the other hand, sit in front of a computer screen from dusk 'til dawn, contributing nothing to society whilst feeding off the 'failures' of a rival team as if you were personally responsible for them. A quick question for you. If we're as poor as you've been saying we are for the last two seasons, why do you mock us with so much exasperated disbelief when we fail to win. (Notice the omission of a question mark, it's a rhetorical question as we all know why a sad, pathetic armchair fan like you does what they do.)[/p][/quote]And this is coming from someone who chooses to take the name "Incest Each Sunday"? What a parasite you are. Ashley Barnes cost just £450,000 and is the ONLY transfer fee spent by Sean Dyche. Get your facts right you imbecile. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley going up![/p][/quote]Burnley had an offer of £750,000 knocked back by Brighton before you finally reached an agreement for an undisclosed amount. Now, I'm no Alan Sugar but I'm pretty sure that it's not good business acumen for Brighton's board to then sell that player for almost half of what the prospective buyers first offered. Seeing as how Brighton were, and still are, vying for the play-offs at the time that they sold one of their best players to Burnley, it doesn't take a genius to work out that clauses pertaining to promotion would've been inserted into the agreement of sale, as is the norm these days. As for your need to type the word 'only' in capital letters, may I point out that I acknowledged that fact in my original post, something you omitted to do in yours when you claimed that Dyche had spent nothing. Don't start spouting off about facts when you've had to have them pointed out to you in the first place. With regards to my username, I really don't see how that makes me a parasite. It is merely a homage to the numerous p!ss-taking usernames thought up by the Burnley fans who infest (like parasites) Blackburn Rovers threads every single day. (Before you point to your own username, whilst I'm fully aware this particular one makes no reference to my club I'm pretty convinced that some of the aliases/multiple accounts that you've used in the past have done.) And, despite my admiration for your manager, mine is also a cheeky, but clever, little anagram in his honour. So, if you're really trying to say that my username is, in any way, as bad as you spending all day, every day, obsessing over all things Rovers, you clearly are as stupid as you come across. Before calling someone an imbecile, you should probably check that both your original post, and it's subsequent additions, aren't, factually, full of more holes than your sister's smile.[/p][/quote]Incest each Sunday is a despicable phrase to use in such a public forum and will likely cause offence to certain people who read the comments on these articles, you should probably consider this before your next name change which will probably be very soon. When we see a "**** each Monday" we'll know who it is. The fact that you are arguing so intently a figure of £300k over the transfer fee Burnley paid for a player on the way to promotion highlights just how sad and desperate you and your ilk have become. I took the figure that I posted from the words of Sean Dyche in his interview following the match yesterday. Look it up, you are obviously rather interested in things like this. The point being clubs like Blackburn Rovers have spent obscene amounts of money (£11million on Rhodes and Best, or am I mistaken?) and yet are floundering in mid-table, while little old Burnley under the stewardship of the best young English manager in the game have spent (According to the manager himself, only £400,000) to achieve automatic promotion, which is something your club could never do. The intense pain you are feeling in regards to our promotion won't go away I'm afraid, its just something you'll have to learn to live with, as you have done with those feelings towards your sister. Chin up Mungo, it could be worse.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, having the obvious flaws in your posts pointed out to you really has got you rattled. Firstly, my username is no more despicable than any of the p!ss-taking usernames adopted by your fellow Burnley fans, and yourself in the past. You, personally, have made numerous insults (based on local stereotypes) to Rovers fans over the years so there's no point trying to take the moral high-ground with me, you've just made yourself look even more of a hypocrite as a result. (Actually, it's a, very poorly veiled, desperate attempt to detract from the discrepancies in your original post.) Also, unlike yourself, I don't change my username every other week. As for arguing intently about a figure of £300k, I think you'll find that you started that 'argument' after I pointed out that Dyche had spent money, despite your bold statement to the contrary. I don't care how much you did or didn't spend on Barnes, I was just quoting the figure mentioned at the time. If Dyche says he's only spent £400k (I didn't hear the interview myself) then fair play, but he's probably talking about the fee the club paid up-front, not what else they owe. Also, it's a bit rich sarcastically telling someone to look something up when you've recently posted a list of quotes from Rovers fans pertaining to wrong 'predictions', just to prove a point in hindsight. Either way, it still doesn't detract from the fact that you came on here, all high and mighty, trying to say Dyche achieved promotion without spending a penny. As with most of the nonsense you post, it was a gross exaggeration of the truth. When someone corrects you, you try and twist the 'argument' to make it look like the other person is the obsessive nutcase. It's too late for that, everybody knows you for what you are. With regards to Burnley's promotion, I do not feel any pain as, unlike yourself, my life doesn't revolve around the ups-and-downs of my team's biggest rivals. I wasn't jumping for joy, granted, but I am mature enough to acknowledge what a great achievement it is considering the resources available. At the end of the day, people connected with the club I support spent lots of money but will probably fail to make the play-offs this season. People connected with the club you support spent very little this season and achieved it. Neither of us are personally responsible for either of these outcomes, we're merely fans. However, the way you go on, anybody would think you personally masterminded the whole thing. It doesn't matter what Burnley have achieved, you're still the same pathetic little troll who spends all day posting on Rovers threads. Whatever my team's shortcomings and failures, I'll still never be you.[/p][/quote]I'm not exactly sure what the point of all that rambling nonsense was but I've obviously touched a nerve by.. 1. correcting your mistake, and 2. laughing at you and your tin-pot club. Sincere apologies. Perhaps this short video will help to lighten the mood.. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=3sGZ8Ubka iU[/p][/quote]Ah, 'rambling', the standard go-to-response of the internet troll when he's been well and truly shown up and hasn't got anything factual to reply with. It was obviously I who touched a nerve when I pulled you up on your mistake/lie initially. (No guessing what the only thing you've touched lately is.) It doesn't matter how you try to twist things, or change the subject, you've made yourself look ridiculous again. Perhaps you should apologise to yourself. Whilst you laugh at me I just pity you. Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 8

10:01am Thu 24 Apr 14

wilddog says...

roversammo wrote:
wilddog wrote:
nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither
Ya mums ya dad
Why is it when someone points out that your team is not good enough, you automatically think they support Burnley? Either you have been sniffing at chickens bottoms or only have 1 brain cell? Which one is it?
[quote][p][bold]roversammo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: nothing for ya, ya dont deserve it, ya have not played for it, ya not good enough for it neither[/p][/quote]Ya mums ya dad[/p][/quote]Why is it when someone points out that your team is not good enough, you automatically think they support Burnley? Either you have been sniffing at chickens bottoms or only have 1 brain cell? Which one is it? wilddog
  • Score: -1

10:05am Thu 24 Apr 14

wilddog says...

so the gap is 3 points and a shed full off goals behind? your doomed!
so the gap is 3 points and a shed full off goals behind? your doomed! wilddog
  • Score: -1

12:05pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Harwoodstblue says...

wilddog wrote:
so the gap is 3 points and a shed full off goals behind? your doomed!
Doomed to what.... A higher finish and more points than the dingles last season ?
[quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: so the gap is 3 points and a shed full off goals behind? your doomed![/p][/quote]Doomed to what.... A higher finish and more points than the dingles last season ? Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 1

6:44am Fri 25 Apr 14

wilddog says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
wilddog wrote:
so the gap is 3 points and a shed full off goals behind? your doomed!
Doomed to what.... A higher finish and more points than the dingles last season ?
What about this season then. Stop living in the past. You guys automatically think that coz you bought the premier title once with Jacks money that it means your team is the best? Well guys, your not, your just a average team like a lot of teams Your are doomed to yet another season in this league but you guys dont believe its right. It is right and when FFP gets a hold you this season, you will be staying for quite some time. No i dont support burnley but they deserved their promotion as they played for it, start to finish. I would say the same about your team if i thought they deserved it also.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: so the gap is 3 points and a shed full off goals behind? your doomed![/p][/quote]Doomed to what.... A higher finish and more points than the dingles last season ?[/p][/quote]What about this season then. Stop living in the past. You guys automatically think that coz you bought the premier title once with Jacks money that it means your team is the best? Well guys, your not, your just a average team like a lot of teams Your are doomed to yet another season in this league but you guys dont believe its right. It is right and when FFP gets a hold you this season, you will be staying for quite some time. No i dont support burnley but they deserved their promotion as they played for it, start to finish. I would say the same about your team if i thought they deserved it also. wilddog
  • Score: 0

7:58am Fri 25 Apr 14

A Darener says...

Why do you keep going on about FFP? Any financial issues will be settled by the owners. Any transfer embargoes will have no affect as we now have a young settled side well capable of a promotion challenge next season, as proved by Burnley this. Their spending £400000 as you keep taking great delight in telling us.
Just enjoy your moment of glory and get back in your cage.
Why do you keep going on about FFP? Any financial issues will be settled by the owners. Any transfer embargoes will have no affect as we now have a young settled side well capable of a promotion challenge next season, as proved by Burnley this. Their spending £400000 as you keep taking great delight in telling us. Just enjoy your moment of glory and get back in your cage. A Darener
  • Score: 0

Comments are closed on this article.

click2find

About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree