Dan Clough column: The future looks bright for Rovers

This Is Lancashire: Gary Bowyer has done a good job Gary Bowyer has done a good job

SEVENTY points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation.

As the curtains were drawn on Rovers’ 2013/14 season, there was a degree of ‘what if?’.

But I think we need to concentrate more on ‘what used to be’ and ‘what is still to come’.

We finished the season 12 points better off than the last and having scored 15 more goals. We were also nine places higher up the league table.

The progress made since then is incredible if you look at what this club has gone through in the past three years.

And for the first time since that Premier League relegation season, there is a sense of real optimism about the club and in the stands.

The fans were on their feet as they applauded the achievement of a group of players on which the foundations of the Rovers of the future will hopefully be built.

Since being given the manager’s job full-time, Gary Bowyer has been given the unenviable task of turning the club’s fortunes around on the pitch while slashing the wage budget.

And to his enormous credit, he has done both. Now the focus has to be on maintaining the core of the current squad while continuing to trim the fat.

Players like DJ Campbell, David Goodwillie and Leon Best are clearly not in the first-team plan and will most likely be sold or loaned out for the whole of next season.

Hopefully Michael Keane will be available for us to sign permanently as he has been very good and we have returning loanees Josh Morris and Jack O’Connell who have impressed in League Two and may be ready to step up to the Championship.

We could probably do with further strengthening in defence, especially with Todd Kane returning to Chelsea, so we will be short of cover in the full back positions.

One big question is the future of Ruben Rochina, who is still well thought of by Rovers fans and whose flair could surely make a difference at this level?

He has been playing in Spain’s top flight and could add that bit of extra creativity from midfield or fill in as a cover striker when required.

I think the future looks bright, certainly moreso than in recent seasons, and I am confident if things continue as they are now we will be a solid top six side next season.

In other news, congratulations to midfielder Tom Cairney after winning the player of the season award.

Cairney has been a revelation since signing from Hull and it is unfortunate he wasn’t involved more this season because of the injury that kept him out for a while.

He is yet another of Gary Bowyer’s shrewd signings and he summed up a great campaign with a superb solo goal against Wigan on Saturday.

Have a great summer and bring on next season. For me it can’t start soon enough!

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2:09pm Tue 6 May 14

greenscreener says...

The season finished with the most end to end match we have seen at Ewood for a couple of seasons, highly entertaining and hopefully a sign of good things to come.

Onwards and Upwards.
The season finished with the most end to end match we have seen at Ewood for a couple of seasons, highly entertaining and hopefully a sign of good things to come. Onwards and Upwards. greenscreener
  • Score: 26

2:18pm Tue 6 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

KH

That's before he comes on!!!!
KH That's before he comes on!!!! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 7

2:20pm Tue 6 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

It's taken a while but a team so lacking in confidence earlier in the season finished with bucket loads to spare. It's commendable how Bowyer brought in all these 'new' players and had them playing like that within a few months of meeting each other.....Bowyer never had the luxury of inheriting a 'team' as other managers have done. The longer these players play together and get to know each other can only bode well for the future.
Well done Gary Bowyer.............
It's taken a while but a team so lacking in confidence earlier in the season finished with bucket loads to spare. It's commendable how Bowyer brought in all these 'new' players and had them playing like that within a few months of meeting each other.....Bowyer never had the luxury of inheriting a 'team' as other managers have done. The longer these players play together and get to know each other can only bode well for the future. Well done Gary Bowyer............. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 29

2:29pm Tue 6 May 14

FCBurnley says...

Great job Gary. Thanks from all your Clarets admirers.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER
Great job Gary. Thanks from all your Clarets admirers. STAYING DOWN FOREVER FCBurnley
  • Score: -44

2:31pm Tue 6 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages.

Defenders anyone got any ideas?
First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages. Defenders anyone got any ideas? RoversNorthEast
  • Score: 17

2:39pm Tue 6 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -40

2:42pm Tue 6 May 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Good work Agent Bowyer, Operation 'Taken to the Brink' is almost complete.

Please return to headquarters full full debrief, and for us to upload next season's mission, currently titled 'Shafted by FFP'
Good work Agent Bowyer, Operation 'Taken to the Brink' is almost complete. Please return to headquarters full full debrief, and for us to upload next season's mission, currently titled 'Shafted by FFP' Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -21

2:42pm Tue 6 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

RoversNorthEast wrote:
First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages.

Defenders anyone got any ideas?
Great player whilst he was here, but IMO a bit like Dunny he would be a 20 game a season player, if that.
Defenders, we'll Keane has to be top of the bill, we may be lucky and buy him for £200,00 like the most of the other excellent buys we've purchased under GBs guidance.
It's time for Kane to go back to Chelsea, he is to inconsistent, I know I'll get jip for this but it's Lowe there for me at right back if we can't get Keane, let's face he gives 100% and he won't get back in Midfield anymore.
[quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages. Defenders anyone got any ideas?[/p][/quote]Great player whilst he was here, but IMO a bit like Dunny he would be a 20 game a season player, if that. Defenders, we'll Keane has to be top of the bill, we may be lucky and buy him for £200,00 like the most of the other excellent buys we've purchased under GBs guidance. It's time for Kane to go back to Chelsea, he is to inconsistent, I know I'll get jip for this but it's Lowe there for me at right back if we can't get Keane, let's face he gives 100% and he won't get back in Midfield anymore. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 23

2:43pm Tue 6 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
KH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]KH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 9

2:49pm Tue 6 May 14

Fan@clared says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages.

Defenders anyone got any ideas?
Great player whilst he was here, but IMO a bit like Dunny he would be a 20 game a season player, if that.
Defenders, we'll Keane has to be top of the bill, we may be lucky and buy him for £200,00 like the most of the other excellent buys we've purchased under GBs guidance.
It's time for Kane to go back to Chelsea, he is to inconsistent, I know I'll get jip for this but it's Lowe there for me at right back if we can't get Keane, let's face he gives 100% and he won't get back in Midfield anymore.
I don’t think Man U would sell Keane for two hundred pounds.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages. Defenders anyone got any ideas?[/p][/quote]Great player whilst he was here, but IMO a bit like Dunny he would be a 20 game a season player, if that. Defenders, we'll Keane has to be top of the bill, we may be lucky and buy him for £200,00 like the most of the other excellent buys we've purchased under GBs guidance. It's time for Kane to go back to Chelsea, he is to inconsistent, I know I'll get jip for this but it's Lowe there for me at right back if we can't get Keane, let's face he gives 100% and he won't get back in Midfield anymore.[/p][/quote]I don’t think Man U would sell Keane for two hundred pounds. Fan@clared
  • Score: 6

2:49pm Tue 6 May 14

Warnie says...

So lets get this right...
-One of the biggest spenders in the league end up in 8th place
-FFP is about to bite soon
-Venky's are still in charge
.........."and the future looks bright".. ha ha.
So lets get this right... -One of the biggest spenders in the league end up in 8th place -FFP is about to bite soon -Venky's are still in charge .........."and the future looks bright".. ha ha. Warnie
  • Score: -20

3:01pm Tue 6 May 14

noddy57 says...

RoversNorthEast wrote:
First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages.

Defenders anyone got any ideas?
l think you may be a bit late for that one,he was good a few seasons back but he is well past his best and that is not what we are looking for.keep what we have got and get some cover for the nucleus of the squad.
[quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages. Defenders anyone got any ideas?[/p][/quote]l think you may be a bit late for that one,he was good a few seasons back but he is well past his best and that is not what we are looking for.keep what we have got and get some cover for the nucleus of the squad. noddy57
  • Score: 7

4:32pm Tue 6 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
KH

That's before he comes on!!!!
Obsessed.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: KH That's before he comes on!!!![/p][/quote]Obsessed. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -2

4:39pm Tue 6 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

Blackburn in Burnley's shadow....ha ha ha if only you could hear me laughing....why don't you take a consensus and ask fans of other clubs which club is bigger and which ground is better and which history is bigger and better......you know what the answer will be...now go book your wooden seat for your one season in the premier league....then bump bump bump...back down!
Blackburn in Burnley's shadow....ha ha ha if only you could hear me laughing....why don't you take a consensus and ask fans of other clubs which club is bigger and which ground is better and which history is bigger and better......you know what the answer will be...now go book your wooden seat for your one season in the premier league....then bump bump bump...back down! RoversNorthEast
  • Score: 20

4:45pm Tue 6 May 14

john byrom says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Great job Gary. Thanks from all your Clarets admirers.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER
Sad Sad People these Dingles
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Great job Gary. Thanks from all your Clarets admirers. STAYING DOWN FOREVER[/p][/quote]Sad Sad People these Dingles john byrom
  • Score: 18

4:48pm Tue 6 May 14

john byrom says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history john byrom
  • Score: 12

4:53pm Tue 6 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
KH

That's before he comes on!!!!
Obsessed.
KH2
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: KH That's before he comes on!!!![/p][/quote]Obsessed.[/p][/quote]KH2 Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 5

4:53pm Tue 6 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

Just make sure those wooden seats are kept safe come bomfire night....I mean wooden seats in 2014 ...Burnley are a joke and you can have your one season....you will get smashed to f*** and sent down with a wimper not a crash.

you have no money you have no fans you have no income apart from tv money....the mediocre teams already in the premier league will be loving the fact you have been promoted as its going to be easy points.
Just make sure those wooden seats are kept safe come bomfire night....I mean wooden seats in 2014 ...Burnley are a joke and you can have your one season....you will get smashed to f*** and sent down with a wimper not a crash. you have no money you have no fans you have no income apart from tv money....the mediocre teams already in the premier league will be loving the fact you have been promoted as its going to be easy points. RoversNorthEast
  • Score: 17

5:06pm Tue 6 May 14

Fan@clared says...

john byrom wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Great job Gary. Thanks from all your Clarets admirers.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER
Sad Sad People these Dingles
Actually they are very, very happy after this remarkable season.
[quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Great job Gary. Thanks from all your Clarets admirers. STAYING DOWN FOREVER[/p][/quote]Sad Sad People these Dingles[/p][/quote]Actually they are very, very happy after this remarkable season. Fan@clared
  • Score: 0

5:13pm Tue 6 May 14

madrover says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
Look at your history bell and ours and look under honours always in the shadows no matter what league your in. Laughing stock of premier league next season
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Look at your history bell and ours and look under honours always in the shadows no matter what league your in. Laughing stock of premier league next season madrover
  • Score: 9

5:15pm Tue 6 May 14

French Blue&White says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Great job Gary. Thanks from all your Clarets admirers.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER
Now thats nice...glad you admire our Gary as much as we do..Onwards and Upwards COYB!!
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Great job Gary. Thanks from all your Clarets admirers. STAYING DOWN FOREVER[/p][/quote]Now thats nice...glad you admire our Gary as much as we do..Onwards and Upwards COYB!! French Blue&White
  • Score: 10

5:27pm Tue 6 May 14

owd nick says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages.

Defenders anyone got any ideas?
Great player whilst he was here, but IMO a bit like Dunny he would be a 20 game a season player, if that.
Defenders, we'll Keane has to be top of the bill, we may be lucky and buy him for £200,00 like the most of the other excellent buys we've purchased under GBs guidance.
It's time for Kane to go back to Chelsea, he is to inconsistent, I know I'll get jip for this but it's Lowe there for me at right back if we can't get Keane, let's face he gives 100% and he won't get back in Midfield anymore.
Agree, wouldn't want Duff back, he would only be coming back for a last payday, or have we forgotten Murphy so soon?

There are rumours on twitter that Rovers are looking at John Brayford, currently on loan to Sheffield Utd from Cardiff, at 26 years old and reasonably experienced he would be a better option for right back, from what I have seen of him, if he's the one I am thinking of, he is pretty quick and good in the tackle.

Kean has played well at right back but he prefers centre half and does have a tendency to wander back there during games, and despite the upbeat report he is a Man U player so there are no guarantees he will be back.

Lowe can play right back and won't let us down.

So if we go for Brayford hand get him we will certainly have decent cover on the right at last.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages. Defenders anyone got any ideas?[/p][/quote]Great player whilst he was here, but IMO a bit like Dunny he would be a 20 game a season player, if that. Defenders, we'll Keane has to be top of the bill, we may be lucky and buy him for £200,00 like the most of the other excellent buys we've purchased under GBs guidance. It's time for Kane to go back to Chelsea, he is to inconsistent, I know I'll get jip for this but it's Lowe there for me at right back if we can't get Keane, let's face he gives 100% and he won't get back in Midfield anymore.[/p][/quote]Agree, wouldn't want Duff back, he would only be coming back for a last payday, or have we forgotten Murphy so soon? There are rumours on twitter that Rovers are looking at John Brayford, currently on loan to Sheffield Utd from Cardiff, at 26 years old and reasonably experienced he would be a better option for right back, from what I have seen of him, if he's the one I am thinking of, he is pretty quick and good in the tackle. Kean has played well at right back but he prefers centre half and does have a tendency to wander back there during games, and despite the upbeat report he is a Man U player so there are no guarantees he will be back. Lowe can play right back and won't let us down. So if we go for Brayford hand get him we will certainly have decent cover on the right at last. owd nick
  • Score: 12

5:41pm Tue 6 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season.

Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season. Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham? more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 26

5:43pm Tue 6 May 14

Rovers.1875 says...

Just wondering what the angle is on this 'FFP is going to ruin us' malarkey? I mean, GB has a full summer with our squad and can make more changes with around 3 months to take his time doing it. He's already said he doesn't have to get rid of anyone and rightly so. Look at his preferred squad that we finished the season on a high with, this was the team sheet from the Wigan game:

01 Robinson - Can't see us selling him.
16 Keane - Back at utd, may come back, but if not then 3 months to find a replacement.
14 Olsson - Spurr is preferred in this position, not a big deal if we replace or keep him.
29 Evans (Lowe - 73' ) - Bought on the cheap, wages at a reasonable rate, no need to move on.
05 Hanley - Wages are at a good rate, no need to sell, but would get a good price if we did so we could replace him.
04 Kilgallon - New addition this season, no need to sell
32 Conway - Excellent addition this season, no need to sell.
45 Cairney - Same as Conway
11 Rhodes - 3 years left on his contract, high wages, but who would buy him and match his wages (which he would want obviously) with FFP coming in, better deals elsewhere.
39 Gestede - Same as Conway/Cairney
07 King (Feeney - 80' ) - Another player that we have at good wage rates that is starting to blossom under GB, no need to sell.

So how FFP makes a scrap of difference going into the start of next season I don't know? This team is an exciting, well balanced in both skill and age/experience, which should and probably will be challenging the automatic promotion spots all season, we are where Burnley was as a team last season with how well the players are starting to play together, only it is arguably a stronger team on paper.

Before the select few retarded dingles comment on this post, just be aware that I fully commend what you have done this season and well done! Just stop believing your own crave for attention so much that you are trying to convince me that FFP is going to make rovers disappear into oblivion, or that we're going to sell everyone, as it really just makes you sound retarded. Come back with a proper, worthwhile discussion, or some real banter you idiotic children....
Just wondering what the angle is on this 'FFP is going to ruin us' malarkey? I mean, GB has a full summer with our squad and can make more changes with around 3 months to take his time doing it. He's already said he doesn't have to get rid of anyone and rightly so. Look at his preferred squad that we finished the season on a high with, this was the team sheet from the Wigan game: 01 Robinson - Can't see us selling him. 16 Keane - Back at utd, may come back, but if not then 3 months to find a replacement. 14 Olsson - Spurr is preferred in this position, not a big deal if we replace or keep him. 29 Evans (Lowe - 73' ) - Bought on the cheap, wages at a reasonable rate, no need to move on. 05 Hanley - Wages are at a good rate, no need to sell, but would get a good price if we did so we could replace him. 04 Kilgallon - New addition this season, no need to sell 32 Conway - Excellent addition this season, no need to sell. 45 Cairney - Same as Conway 11 Rhodes - 3 years left on his contract, high wages, but who would buy him and match his wages (which he would want obviously) with FFP coming in, better deals elsewhere. 39 Gestede - Same as Conway/Cairney 07 King (Feeney - 80' ) - Another player that we have at good wage rates that is starting to blossom under GB, no need to sell. So how FFP makes a scrap of difference going into the start of next season I don't know? This team is an exciting, well balanced in both skill and age/experience, which should and probably will be challenging the automatic promotion spots all season, we are where Burnley was as a team last season with how well the players are starting to play together, only it is arguably a stronger team on paper. Before the select few retarded dingles comment on this post, just be aware that I fully commend what you have done this season and well done! Just stop believing your own crave for attention so much that you are trying to convince me that FFP is going to make rovers disappear into oblivion, or that we're going to sell everyone, as it really just makes you sound retarded. Come back with a proper, worthwhile discussion, or some real banter you idiotic children.... Rovers.1875
  • Score: 21

6:05pm Tue 6 May 14

FCBurnley says...

Rovers.1875 wrote:
Just wondering what the angle is on this 'FFP is going to ruin us' malarkey? I mean, GB has a full summer with our squad and can make more changes with around 3 months to take his time doing it. He's already said he doesn't have to get rid of anyone and rightly so. Look at his preferred squad that we finished the season on a high with, this was the team sheet from the Wigan game:

01 Robinson - Can't see us selling him.
16 Keane - Back at utd, may come back, but if not then 3 months to find a replacement.
14 Olsson - Spurr is preferred in this position, not a big deal if we replace or keep him.
29 Evans (Lowe - 73' ) - Bought on the cheap, wages at a reasonable rate, no need to move on.
05 Hanley - Wages are at a good rate, no need to sell, but would get a good price if we did so we could replace him.
04 Kilgallon - New addition this season, no need to sell
32 Conway - Excellent addition this season, no need to sell.
45 Cairney - Same as Conway
11 Rhodes - 3 years left on his contract, high wages, but who would buy him and match his wages (which he would want obviously) with FFP coming in, better deals elsewhere.
39 Gestede - Same as Conway/Cairney
07 King (Feeney - 80' ) - Another player that we have at good wage rates that is starting to blossom under GB, no need to sell.

So how FFP makes a scrap of difference going into the start of next season I don't know? This team is an exciting, well balanced in both skill and age/experience, which should and probably will be challenging the automatic promotion spots all season, we are where Burnley was as a team last season with how well the players are starting to play together, only it is arguably a stronger team on paper.

Before the select few retarded dingles comment on this post, just be aware that I fully commend what you have done this season and well done! Just stop believing your own crave for attention so much that you are trying to convince me that FFP is going to make rovers disappear into oblivion, or that we're going to sell everyone, as it really just makes you sound retarded. Come back with a proper, worthwhile discussion, or some real banter you idiotic children....
Let me explain FFP to you. Firstly it is based on 2013-14 season. If a Championship club overspends (loses) in excess of 8 million pounds then the owner has 2 choices. 1/ Inject funds equal to any losses over 3million pounds. eg if Blackburn show losses of 25 million for season 13/14 then Venkys will need to inject 22 million cash. If they fail to do so then a transfer embargo and fines will be applied commencing December 2014. So as you will see, whatever changes Rovers make during the close season will have no effect on any potential future fines or sanctions.
If you wish to check this information then visit www.financialfairpla
y.co.uk.

Hope that constitutes a proper worthwhile answer. I await yours.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers.1875[/bold] wrote: Just wondering what the angle is on this 'FFP is going to ruin us' malarkey? I mean, GB has a full summer with our squad and can make more changes with around 3 months to take his time doing it. He's already said he doesn't have to get rid of anyone and rightly so. Look at his preferred squad that we finished the season on a high with, this was the team sheet from the Wigan game: 01 Robinson - Can't see us selling him. 16 Keane - Back at utd, may come back, but if not then 3 months to find a replacement. 14 Olsson - Spurr is preferred in this position, not a big deal if we replace or keep him. 29 Evans (Lowe - 73' ) - Bought on the cheap, wages at a reasonable rate, no need to move on. 05 Hanley - Wages are at a good rate, no need to sell, but would get a good price if we did so we could replace him. 04 Kilgallon - New addition this season, no need to sell 32 Conway - Excellent addition this season, no need to sell. 45 Cairney - Same as Conway 11 Rhodes - 3 years left on his contract, high wages, but who would buy him and match his wages (which he would want obviously) with FFP coming in, better deals elsewhere. 39 Gestede - Same as Conway/Cairney 07 King (Feeney - 80' ) - Another player that we have at good wage rates that is starting to blossom under GB, no need to sell. So how FFP makes a scrap of difference going into the start of next season I don't know? This team is an exciting, well balanced in both skill and age/experience, which should and probably will be challenging the automatic promotion spots all season, we are where Burnley was as a team last season with how well the players are starting to play together, only it is arguably a stronger team on paper. Before the select few retarded dingles comment on this post, just be aware that I fully commend what you have done this season and well done! Just stop believing your own crave for attention so much that you are trying to convince me that FFP is going to make rovers disappear into oblivion, or that we're going to sell everyone, as it really just makes you sound retarded. Come back with a proper, worthwhile discussion, or some real banter you idiotic children....[/p][/quote]Let me explain FFP to you. Firstly it is based on 2013-14 season. If a Championship club overspends (loses) in excess of 8 million pounds then the owner has 2 choices. 1/ Inject funds equal to any losses over 3million pounds. eg if Blackburn show losses of 25 million for season 13/14 then Venkys will need to inject 22 million cash. If they fail to do so then a transfer embargo and fines will be applied commencing December 2014. So as you will see, whatever changes Rovers make during the close season will have no effect on any potential future fines or sanctions. If you wish to check this information then visit www.financialfairpla y.co.uk. Hope that constitutes a proper worthwhile answer. I await yours. FCBurnley
  • Score: -14

6:31pm Tue 6 May 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
If you're going to be smug you could at least be right. Burnley didn't have 70 points after 34 games this season, nor had they scored 70 goals by then either. Still, I hope you enjoy:

Your second promotion to the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 2001.

Your second season in the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 1993.

Your 53rd season in England's top flight. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers as far back as 1964.

You can 'pull on it' as much as you want, it still won't be bigger than ours.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]If you're going to be smug you could at least be right. Burnley didn't have 70 points after 34 games this season, nor had they scored 70 goals by then either. Still, I hope you enjoy: Your second promotion to the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 2001. Your second season in the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 1993. Your 53rd season in England's top flight. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers as far back as 1964. You can 'pull on it' as much as you want, it still won't be bigger than ours. Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 46

6:32pm Tue 6 May 14

FCBurnley says...

Correction to FFP rules. If a club loses between 3-8 million in 2013-14 then the owner(s) will be required to inject cash equivalent to the loss, otherwise a transfer embargo will take effect in December 2014 and remain in force until the club meets FFP requirements. If a clubs losses exceed 8 million during 2013-14 then a transfer embargo takes immediate effect.
Correction to FFP rules. If a club loses between 3-8 million in 2013-14 then the owner(s) will be required to inject cash equivalent to the loss, otherwise a transfer embargo will take effect in December 2014 and remain in force until the club meets FFP requirements. If a clubs losses exceed 8 million during 2013-14 then a transfer embargo takes immediate effect. FCBurnley
  • Score: -17

6:50pm Tue 6 May 14

Ewood_Mark says...

Average, he's no Sean Dyche is he? He managed to keep the sinking ship afloat for a while but unfortunately there's already too much water that Sir Shebby and the rest of the cast have left. I think we're doomed, personally.
Average, he's no Sean Dyche is he? He managed to keep the sinking ship afloat for a while but unfortunately there's already too much water that Sir Shebby and the rest of the cast have left. I think we're doomed, personally. Ewood_Mark
  • Score: -18

7:03pm Tue 6 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

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COPY PASTE AND COMPARE THESE TWO.. http://www1.skysport s.com/news/12040/880 8986/ http://www.arsenal.c om/emirates-stadium/ get-to...-emirates-s tadium LOL JUST TO LET YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR COMPETING AGAINST..YOU AND YOUR RUSTY PUBLIC SAFETY HAZARD OF A SHED!!! RoversNorthEast
  • Score: 14

7:27pm Tue 6 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

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t.com/articles/20508
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fans-on-twitter?utm_
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NEVER THOUGHT I'D AGREE WITH JOEY BARTON LOL
http://bleacherrepor t.com/articles/20508 84-joey-barton-goes- to-war-with-burnley- fans-on-twitter?utm_ source=outbrain.com& utm_medium=cpc&utm_c ampaign=uk-swagger NEVER THOUGHT I'D AGREE WITH JOEY BARTON LOL RoversNorthEast
  • Score: 12

7:34pm Tue 6 May 14

kitchener2 says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation.Comparing your one season wonders to Newcastle, you're having a laugh. The sleeping giant from the north east against the sleeping dwarf from a small back water gene pool......no contest pal, you just pray they don't want him!
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation.Comparing your one season wonders to Newcastle, you're having a laugh. The sleeping giant from the north east against the sleeping dwarf from a small back water gene pool......no contest pal, you just pray they don't want him! kitchener2
  • Score: 5

7:38pm Tue 6 May 14

ghost of sceptic says...

Warnie wrote:
So lets get this right...
-One of the biggest spenders in the league end up in 8th place
-FFP is about to bite soon
-Venky's are still in charge
.........."and the future looks bright".. ha ha.
Get your facts right plank. Bowyer has spent less than a million on his sqaud. And before you start spouting again, he did not buy Robinson or Rhodes.
[quote][p][bold]Warnie[/bold] wrote: So lets get this right... -One of the biggest spenders in the league end up in 8th place -FFP is about to bite soon -Venky's are still in charge .........."and the future looks bright".. ha ha.[/p][/quote]Get your facts right plank. Bowyer has spent less than a million on his sqaud. And before you start spouting again, he did not buy Robinson or Rhodes. ghost of sceptic
  • Score: 9

8:09pm Tue 6 May 14

dangerous dave says...

What a pratt - but not good enough even for the play offs
Out with the cowboys and indians
What a pratt - but not good enough even for the play offs Out with the cowboys and indians dangerous dave
  • Score: -8

8:10pm Tue 6 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

john byrom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you?

Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon?

..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers.

That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.
[quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history[/p][/quote]Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you? Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon? ..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers. That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -5

8:22pm Tue 6 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed.

you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each.

down by Christmas Di**head
have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed. you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each. down by Christmas Di**head RoversNorthEast
  • Score: 6

8:28pm Tue 6 May 14

A Darener says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
john byrom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you?

Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon?

..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers.

That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.
And who is smoking the £20 notes? The directors laughing all the way to their bank.

As for FFP according to Modan, the all seeing all knowing Indian, the Venky's are billionaires so putting in a few millions to cover loses will be small change to them.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history[/p][/quote]Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you? Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon? ..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers. That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.[/p][/quote]And who is smoking the £20 notes? The directors laughing all the way to their bank. As for FFP according to Modan, the all seeing all knowing Indian, the Venky's are billionaires so putting in a few millions to cover loses will be small change to them. A Darener
  • Score: 8

8:28pm Tue 6 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

ghost of sceptic wrote:
Warnie wrote:
So lets get this right...
-One of the biggest spenders in the league end up in 8th place
-FFP is about to bite soon
-Venky's are still in charge
.........."and the future looks bright".. ha ha.
Get your facts right plank. Bowyer has spent less than a million on his sqaud. And before you start spouting again, he did not buy Robinson or Rhodes.
I think it is you sir who needs to get his facts right.

1. Ben Marshall from Leicester, undisclosed fee but stated to be between £750,000 and 1 million.
2. Gestede and Conway both from Cardiff, undisclosed fee but given that they are both decent players even if they were signed for a bargin you're likely talking £500,000 for the pair.
3. Cairney from Hull, £500,000.

Now I'm no Carol Vorderman Septic but I'm pretty sure that adds up to over a million nicker.

ghost of septic = the no-dads equivalent of Stephen Hawking.

Do you feel a bit silly now?
[quote][p][bold]ghost of sceptic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Warnie[/bold] wrote: So lets get this right... -One of the biggest spenders in the league end up in 8th place -FFP is about to bite soon -Venky's are still in charge .........."and the future looks bright".. ha ha.[/p][/quote]Get your facts right plank. Bowyer has spent less than a million on his sqaud. And before you start spouting again, he did not buy Robinson or Rhodes.[/p][/quote]I think it is you sir who needs to get his facts right. 1. Ben Marshall from Leicester, undisclosed fee but stated to be between £750,000 and 1 million. 2. Gestede and Conway both from Cardiff, undisclosed fee but given that they are both decent players even if they were signed for a bargin you're likely talking £500,000 for the pair. 3. Cairney from Hull, £500,000. Now I'm no Carol Vorderman Septic but I'm pretty sure that adds up to over a million nicker. ghost of septic = the no-dads equivalent of Stephen Hawking. Do you feel a bit silly now? Steven Seagull
  • Score: -7

8:33pm Tue 6 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

A Darener wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
john byrom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you?

Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon?

..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers.

That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.
And who is smoking the £20 notes? The directors laughing all the way to their bank.

As for FFP according to Modan, the all seeing all knowing Indian, the Venky's are billionaires so putting in a few millions to cover loses will be small change to them.
Nobody is smoking £20 notes Darener, that'd just taste awful, they would be used as a method of combustion for the cigars.

So why aren't they wiping the debt slate clean then?
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history[/p][/quote]Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you? Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon? ..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers. That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.[/p][/quote]And who is smoking the £20 notes? The directors laughing all the way to their bank. As for FFP according to Modan, the all seeing all knowing Indian, the Venky's are billionaires so putting in a few millions to cover loses will be small change to them.[/p][/quote]Nobody is smoking £20 notes Darener, that'd just taste awful, they would be used as a method of combustion for the cigars. So why aren't they wiping the debt slate clean then? Steven Seagull
  • Score: -3

8:38pm Tue 6 May 14

A Darener says...

Sorry my mistake meant to say using the....to light their cigars.

They don't need to pay off the debt yet, busy using the money to make more money. They will do so as and when required. Ask Modan.
Sorry my mistake meant to say using the....to light their cigars. They don't need to pay off the debt yet, busy using the money to make more money. They will do so as and when required. Ask Modan. A Darener
  • Score: 2

8:46pm Tue 6 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
john byrom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you?

Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon?

..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers.

That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.
And who is smoking the £20 notes? The directors laughing all the way to their bank.

As for FFP according to Modan, the all seeing all knowing Indian, the Venky's are billionaires so putting in a few millions to cover loses will be small change to them.
Nobody is smoking £20 notes Darener, that'd just taste awful, they would be used as a method of combustion for the cigars.

So why aren't they wiping the debt slate clean then?
KH2
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history[/p][/quote]Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you? Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon? ..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers. That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.[/p][/quote]And who is smoking the £20 notes? The directors laughing all the way to their bank. As for FFP according to Modan, the all seeing all knowing Indian, the Venky's are billionaires so putting in a few millions to cover loses will be small change to them.[/p][/quote]Nobody is smoking £20 notes Darener, that'd just taste awful, they would be used as a method of combustion for the cigars. So why aren't they wiping the debt slate clean then?[/p][/quote]KH2 Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 3

8:47pm Tue 6 May 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
And still no one bothered to turn up and watch your final game. 14.5k for the best season you've had in 41 years. Embarrassing
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]And still no one bothered to turn up and watch your final game. 14.5k for the best season you've had in 41 years. Embarrassing AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: 12

8:49pm Tue 6 May 14

Maxrus says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
john byrom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you?

Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon?

..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers.

That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.
Hey Steven Pigeon - better keep hold of that open-top charabang of yours, you'll need it for all the rainy days ahead.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history[/p][/quote]Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you? Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon? ..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers. That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.[/p][/quote]Hey Steven Pigeon - better keep hold of that open-top charabang of yours, you'll need it for all the rainy days ahead. Maxrus
  • Score: 7

8:50pm Tue 6 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
john byrom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you?

Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon?

..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers.

That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.
And who is smoking the £20 notes? The directors laughing all the way to their bank.

As for FFP according to Modan, the all seeing all knowing Indian, the Venky's are billionaires so putting in a few millions to cover loses will be small change to them.
Nobody is smoking £20 notes Darener, that'd just taste awful, they would be used as a method of combustion for the cigars.

So why aren't they wiping the debt slate clean then?
KH2
Isn't that a mountain in the Karakoram range?
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history[/p][/quote]Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you? Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon? ..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers. That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.[/p][/quote]And who is smoking the £20 notes? The directors laughing all the way to their bank. As for FFP according to Modan, the all seeing all knowing Indian, the Venky's are billionaires so putting in a few millions to cover loses will be small change to them.[/p][/quote]Nobody is smoking £20 notes Darener, that'd just taste awful, they would be used as a method of combustion for the cigars. So why aren't they wiping the debt slate clean then?[/p][/quote]KH2[/p][/quote]Isn't that a mountain in the Karakoram range? Steven Seagull
  • Score: -6

8:51pm Tue 6 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
john byrom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you?

Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon?

..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers.

That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.
And who is smoking the £20 notes? The directors laughing all the way to their bank.

As for FFP according to Modan, the all seeing all knowing Indian, the Venky's are billionaires so putting in a few millions to cover loses will be small change to them.
Nobody is smoking £20 notes Darener, that'd just taste awful, they would be used as a method of combustion for the cigars.

So why aren't they wiping the debt slate clean then?
KH2
Isn't that a mountain in the Karakoram range?
KH
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history[/p][/quote]Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you? Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon? ..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers. That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.[/p][/quote]And who is smoking the £20 notes? The directors laughing all the way to their bank. As for FFP according to Modan, the all seeing all knowing Indian, the Venky's are billionaires so putting in a few millions to cover loses will be small change to them.[/p][/quote]Nobody is smoking £20 notes Darener, that'd just taste awful, they would be used as a method of combustion for the cigars. So why aren't they wiping the debt slate clean then?[/p][/quote]KH2[/p][/quote]Isn't that a mountain in the Karakoram range?[/p][/quote]KH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 3

8:52pm Tue 6 May 14

Captain Dreckley says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season.

Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?
Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season. Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?[/p][/quote]Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed. Captain Dreckley
  • Score: 8

8:58pm Tue 6 May 14

Captain Dreckley says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
john byrom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you?

Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon?

..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers.

That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.
And those discussions are ongoing now, jag or merc, oh sod it think of the compo from Dyche going to a bigger club, let's have one of each. No ambition, no investment, that's why Coyle and Howe left for bigger clubs, you couldn't even replace your wooden seats. They should be in a museum.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history[/p][/quote]Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you? Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon? ..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers. That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.[/p][/quote]And those discussions are ongoing now, jag or merc, oh sod it think of the compo from Dyche going to a bigger club, let's have one of each. No ambition, no investment, that's why Coyle and Howe left for bigger clubs, you couldn't even replace your wooden seats. They should be in a museum. Captain Dreckley
  • Score: 7

8:59pm Tue 6 May 14

baldie says...

RoversNorthEast wrote:
First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages.

Defenders anyone got any ideas?
Tony Hibbert
[quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: First Signing of the Summer is an easy one....Damien Duff from Fulham on a free...He said he would come back one day and I'm sure he would understand at 35 he wont be getting premier league wages. Defenders anyone got any ideas?[/p][/quote]Tony Hibbert baldie
  • Score: -6

9:06pm Tue 6 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Captain Dreckley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season.

Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?
Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.
Spoken like a true green eyed bitter no-dad.

And where did those 3 bags of grass seed get us?? Oh yeah, that's right, into the PREMIER LEAGUE.

Keep punching those plaster board walls in your Shadsworth council bedsit for one in sheer frustration cleatus, leave the serious football talk to the boys in the Premier league.
[quote][p][bold]Captain Dreckley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season. Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?[/p][/quote]Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.[/p][/quote]Spoken like a true green eyed bitter no-dad. And where did those 3 bags of grass seed get us?? Oh yeah, that's right, into the PREMIER LEAGUE. Keep punching those plaster board walls in your Shadsworth council bedsit for one in sheer frustration cleatus, leave the serious football talk to the boys in the Premier league. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -7

9:10pm Tue 6 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Captain Dreckley wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
john byrom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you?

Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon?

..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers.

That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.
And those discussions are ongoing now, jag or merc, oh sod it think of the compo from Dyche going to a bigger club, let's have one of each. No ambition, no investment, that's why Coyle and Howe left for bigger clubs, you couldn't even replace your wooden seats. They should be in a museum.
Bigger clubs??? Really??? Is that all that you've got left to throw at us???

You're big sausage fingers are really clutching at straws now Captain Klutz.
[quote][p][bold]Captain Dreckley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history[/p][/quote]Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you? Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon? ..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers. That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.[/p][/quote]And those discussions are ongoing now, jag or merc, oh sod it think of the compo from Dyche going to a bigger club, let's have one of each. No ambition, no investment, that's why Coyle and Howe left for bigger clubs, you couldn't even replace your wooden seats. They should be in a museum.[/p][/quote]Bigger clubs??? Really??? Is that all that you've got left to throw at us??? You're big sausage fingers are really clutching at straws now Captain Klutz. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -11

9:16pm Tue 6 May 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
ghost of sceptic wrote:
Warnie wrote:
So lets get this right...
-One of the biggest spenders in the league end up in 8th place
-FFP is about to bite soon
-Venky's are still in charge
.........."and the future looks bright".. ha ha.
Get your facts right plank. Bowyer has spent less than a million on his sqaud. And before you start spouting again, he did not buy Robinson or Rhodes.
I think it is you sir who needs to get his facts right.

1. Ben Marshall from Leicester, undisclosed fee but stated to be between £750,000 and 1 million.
2. Gestede and Conway both from Cardiff, undisclosed fee but given that they are both decent players even if they were signed for a bargin you're likely talking £500,000 for the pair.
3. Cairney from Hull, £500,000.

Now I'm no Carol Vorderman Septic but I'm pretty sure that adds up to over a million nicker.

ghost of septic = the no-dads equivalent of Stephen Hawking.

Do you feel a bit silly now?
Maybe he was just referring to the figures the club have spent up-front. You know, a bit like Dyche did when he claimed he had only spent £400k this season, despite Brighton rejecting a bid of £750k for Barnes a week before he joined Burnley.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghost of sceptic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Warnie[/bold] wrote: So lets get this right... -One of the biggest spenders in the league end up in 8th place -FFP is about to bite soon -Venky's are still in charge .........."and the future looks bright".. ha ha.[/p][/quote]Get your facts right plank. Bowyer has spent less than a million on his sqaud. And before you start spouting again, he did not buy Robinson or Rhodes.[/p][/quote]I think it is you sir who needs to get his facts right. 1. Ben Marshall from Leicester, undisclosed fee but stated to be between £750,000 and 1 million. 2. Gestede and Conway both from Cardiff, undisclosed fee but given that they are both decent players even if they were signed for a bargin you're likely talking £500,000 for the pair. 3. Cairney from Hull, £500,000. Now I'm no Carol Vorderman Septic but I'm pretty sure that adds up to over a million nicker. ghost of septic = the no-dads equivalent of Stephen Hawking. Do you feel a bit silly now?[/p][/quote]Maybe he was just referring to the figures the club have spent up-front. You know, a bit like Dyche did when he claimed he had only spent £400k this season, despite Brighton rejecting a bid of £750k for Barnes a week before he joined Burnley. Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 14

9:30pm Tue 6 May 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Captain Dreckley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season.

Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?
Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.
Spoken like a true green eyed bitter no-dad.

And where did those 3 bags of grass seed get us?? Oh yeah, that's right, into the PREMIER LEAGUE.

Keep punching those plaster board walls in your Shadsworth council bedsit for one in sheer frustration cleatus, leave the serious football talk to the boys in the Premier league.
Sorry, did a Dingle who spends the majority of their life trolling Blackburn Rovers forums really just refer to their inane ramblings as, ''serious football talk''?

That's almost as laughable as Super_Clarets' list of current 'Premier League quality' players down at Turf Moor. Oh dear.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Captain Dreckley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season. Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?[/p][/quote]Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.[/p][/quote]Spoken like a true green eyed bitter no-dad. And where did those 3 bags of grass seed get us?? Oh yeah, that's right, into the PREMIER LEAGUE. Keep punching those plaster board walls in your Shadsworth council bedsit for one in sheer frustration cleatus, leave the serious football talk to the boys in the Premier league.[/p][/quote]Sorry, did a Dingle who spends the majority of their life trolling Blackburn Rovers forums really just refer to their inane ramblings as, ''serious football talk''? That's almost as laughable as Super_Clarets' list of current 'Premier League quality' players down at Turf Moor. Oh dear. Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 15

9:56pm Tue 6 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
If you're going to be smug you could at least be right. Burnley didn't have 70 points after 34 games this season, nor had they scored 70 goals by then either. Still, I hope you enjoy:

Your second promotion to the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 2001.

Your second season in the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 1993.

Your 53rd season in England's top flight. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers as far back as 1964.

You can 'pull on it' as much as you want, it still won't be bigger than ours.
Haha reeled a whopper in there didn't I... be honest with us Mungo just how long did you spend trying to find the error? It was actually 35 games for Burnley to get to 70 points, so well done you! Just a shame it took your team a further 11 games to come within 23 points of us though isn't it.

Also the todger analogy doesn't work any more given that your 34 year semi went decidedly floppy in March, and even though you have been attempting vigorously to pull and squeeze some life back into the old chap its just not showing any signs of rigidity is it?

And to make matters worse our promotion has now ensured that the Rovers flaccid tinkle is here to stay. And don't pretend you're not admiring our Premier League stonker because we all know you've been having a cheeky peek.
[quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]If you're going to be smug you could at least be right. Burnley didn't have 70 points after 34 games this season, nor had they scored 70 goals by then either. Still, I hope you enjoy: Your second promotion to the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 2001. Your second season in the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 1993. Your 53rd season in England's top flight. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers as far back as 1964. You can 'pull on it' as much as you want, it still won't be bigger than ours.[/p][/quote]Haha reeled a whopper in there didn't I... be honest with us Mungo just how long did you spend trying to find the error? It was actually 35 games for Burnley to get to 70 points, so well done you! Just a shame it took your team a further 11 games to come within 23 points of us though isn't it. Also the todger analogy doesn't work any more given that your 34 year semi went decidedly floppy in March, and even though you have been attempting vigorously to pull and squeeze some life back into the old chap its just not showing any signs of rigidity is it? And to make matters worse our promotion has now ensured that the Rovers flaccid tinkle is here to stay. And don't pretend you're not admiring our Premier League stonker because we all know you've been having a cheeky peek. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -11

10:04pm Tue 6 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Captain Dreckley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season.

Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?
Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.
It was actually 4 bags of grass seed, an asbestos register and a some out of date tins of Ronseal from RDA. For gods sake Capt get yer facts right pal....
[quote][p][bold]Captain Dreckley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season. Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?[/p][/quote]Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.[/p][/quote]It was actually 4 bags of grass seed, an asbestos register and a some out of date tins of Ronseal from RDA. For gods sake Capt get yer facts right pal.... more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 11

10:13pm Tue 6 May 14

Maxrus says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
If you're going to be smug you could at least be right. Burnley didn't have 70 points after 34 games this season, nor had they scored 70 goals by then either. Still, I hope you enjoy:

Your second promotion to the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 2001.

Your second season in the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 1993.

Your 53rd season in England's top flight. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers as far back as 1964.

You can 'pull on it' as much as you want, it still won't be bigger than ours.
Haha reeled a whopper in there didn't I... be honest with us Mungo just how long did you spend trying to find the error? It was actually 35 games for Burnley to get to 70 points, so well done you! Just a shame it took your team a further 11 games to come within 23 points of us though isn't it.

Also the todger analogy doesn't work any more given that your 34 year semi went decidedly floppy in March, and even though you have been attempting vigorously to pull and squeeze some life back into the old chap its just not showing any signs of rigidity is it?

And to make matters worse our promotion has now ensured that the Rovers flaccid tinkle is here to stay. And don't pretend you're not admiring our Premier League stonker because we all know you've been having a cheeky peek.
More juvenile tosh from fook.up.chipolata
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]If you're going to be smug you could at least be right. Burnley didn't have 70 points after 34 games this season, nor had they scored 70 goals by then either. Still, I hope you enjoy: Your second promotion to the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 2001. Your second season in the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 1993. Your 53rd season in England's top flight. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers as far back as 1964. You can 'pull on it' as much as you want, it still won't be bigger than ours.[/p][/quote]Haha reeled a whopper in there didn't I... be honest with us Mungo just how long did you spend trying to find the error? It was actually 35 games for Burnley to get to 70 points, so well done you! Just a shame it took your team a further 11 games to come within 23 points of us though isn't it. Also the todger analogy doesn't work any more given that your 34 year semi went decidedly floppy in March, and even though you have been attempting vigorously to pull and squeeze some life back into the old chap its just not showing any signs of rigidity is it? And to make matters worse our promotion has now ensured that the Rovers flaccid tinkle is here to stay. And don't pretend you're not admiring our Premier League stonker because we all know you've been having a cheeky peek.[/p][/quote]More juvenile tosh from fook.up.chipolata Maxrus
  • Score: 6

10:14pm Tue 6 May 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
If you're going to be smug you could at least be right. Burnley didn't have 70 points after 34 games this season, nor had they scored 70 goals by then either. Still, I hope you enjoy:

Your second promotion to the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 2001.

Your second season in the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 1993.

Your 53rd season in England's top flight. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers as far back as 1964.

You can 'pull on it' as much as you want, it still won't be bigger than ours.
Haha reeled a whopper in there didn't I... be honest with us Mungo just how long did you spend trying to find the error? It was actually 35 games for Burnley to get to 70 points, so well done you! Just a shame it took your team a further 11 games to come within 23 points of us though isn't it.

Also the todger analogy doesn't work any more given that your 34 year semi went decidedly floppy in March, and even though you have been attempting vigorously to pull and squeeze some life back into the old chap its just not showing any signs of rigidity is it?

And to make matters worse our promotion has now ensured that the Rovers flaccid tinkle is here to stay. And don't pretend you're not admiring our Premier League stonker because we all know you've been having a cheeky peek.
Oh dear, yet another mistake pointed out to you so you desperately attempt to pass it off as intentional. Tut tut. As with the majority of things you post on here, it's clearly not true, you're not fooling anybody. As for the 'analogy', it still works every time you spout some nonsense about being the bigger club when you're not (and you never will be).

Seriously, as if spending every waking moment trolling on internet sites wasn't bad enough, you're that stupid that you try using it as an acceptable excuse when somebody shows you up to be the clueless moron that you really are.

You'll be telling us next that you meant to post a reply using one of your other aliases. Pathetic.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]If you're going to be smug you could at least be right. Burnley didn't have 70 points after 34 games this season, nor had they scored 70 goals by then either. Still, I hope you enjoy: Your second promotion to the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 2001. Your second season in the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 1993. Your 53rd season in England's top flight. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers as far back as 1964. You can 'pull on it' as much as you want, it still won't be bigger than ours.[/p][/quote]Haha reeled a whopper in there didn't I... be honest with us Mungo just how long did you spend trying to find the error? It was actually 35 games for Burnley to get to 70 points, so well done you! Just a shame it took your team a further 11 games to come within 23 points of us though isn't it. Also the todger analogy doesn't work any more given that your 34 year semi went decidedly floppy in March, and even though you have been attempting vigorously to pull and squeeze some life back into the old chap its just not showing any signs of rigidity is it? And to make matters worse our promotion has now ensured that the Rovers flaccid tinkle is here to stay. And don't pretend you're not admiring our Premier League stonker because we all know you've been having a cheeky peek.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, yet another mistake pointed out to you so you desperately attempt to pass it off as intentional. Tut tut. As with the majority of things you post on here, it's clearly not true, you're not fooling anybody. As for the 'analogy', it still works every time you spout some nonsense about being the bigger club when you're not (and you never will be). Seriously, as if spending every waking moment trolling on internet sites wasn't bad enough, you're that stupid that you try using it as an acceptable excuse when somebody shows you up to be the clueless moron that you really are. You'll be telling us next that you meant to post a reply using one of your other aliases. Pathetic. Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 7

10:18pm Tue 6 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Captain Dreckley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season.

Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?
Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.
Spoken like a true green eyed bitter no-dad.

And where did those 3 bags of grass seed get us?? Oh yeah, that's right, into the PREMIER LEAGUE.

Keep punching those plaster board walls in your Shadsworth council bedsit for one in sheer frustration cleatus, leave the serious football talk to the boys in the Premier league.
Sorry, did a Dingle who spends the majority of their life trolling Blackburn Rovers forums really just refer to their inane ramblings as, ''serious football talk''?

That's almost as laughable as Super_Clarets' list of current 'Premier League quality' players down at Turf Moor. Oh dear.
Premier league quality.

You might want to get your crayons out and write that phrase down because it's going to be a very long time before you see any again.

How many premier league quality players are there amongst the 300 no-dad squad? Answer - non whatsoever. And why is that? Because if any of them were actually fit to grace the PL then you'd have been celebrating a promotion. Instead you're just giving each other reach arounds because you finished 8th with 70 points.

With the exception of a small number your squad is made up of no marks and journeymen who are trying to cash in on the only club stupid enough to give them a contract.

Oh and don't forget you've got the likes of Best and DJ Gamble coming back to the Ewood and Bucket, just to drain a few more quid from the coffers. And just when you need to be trimming the wage bill. Not to worry, only another few years left on their massive contracts........oh and don't forget Dickson "warming up the treatment table" Etuhu, he'll only be spanking you for 35 K a week for the next few years while playing the odd 65 minutes in occasional reserve game.

You honestly couldn't make this up.

Embarrassment and a complete shambles.

BRFC - "ONCE PROUD" NOW JUST A LAUGHABLE PERPETUAL COMEDY SHOW.
[quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Captain Dreckley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season. Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?[/p][/quote]Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.[/p][/quote]Spoken like a true green eyed bitter no-dad. And where did those 3 bags of grass seed get us?? Oh yeah, that's right, into the PREMIER LEAGUE. Keep punching those plaster board walls in your Shadsworth council bedsit for one in sheer frustration cleatus, leave the serious football talk to the boys in the Premier league.[/p][/quote]Sorry, did a Dingle who spends the majority of their life trolling Blackburn Rovers forums really just refer to their inane ramblings as, ''serious football talk''? That's almost as laughable as Super_Clarets' list of current 'Premier League quality' players down at Turf Moor. Oh dear.[/p][/quote]Premier league quality. You might want to get your crayons out and write that phrase down because it's going to be a very long time before you see any again. How many premier league quality players are there amongst the 300 no-dad squad? Answer - non whatsoever. And why is that? Because if any of them were actually fit to grace the PL then you'd have been celebrating a promotion. Instead you're just giving each other reach arounds because you finished 8th with 70 points. With the exception of a small number your squad is made up of no marks and journeymen who are trying to cash in on the only club stupid enough to give them a contract. Oh and don't forget you've got the likes of Best and DJ Gamble coming back to the Ewood and Bucket, just to drain a few more quid from the coffers. And just when you need to be trimming the wage bill. Not to worry, only another few years left on their massive contracts........oh and don't forget Dickson "warming up the treatment table" Etuhu, he'll only be spanking you for 35 K a week for the next few years while playing the odd 65 minutes in occasional reserve game. You honestly couldn't make this up. Embarrassment and a complete shambles. BRFC - "ONCE PROUD" NOW JUST A LAUGHABLE PERPETUAL COMEDY SHOW. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -3

10:18pm Tue 6 May 14

Maxrus says...

Captain Dreckley wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
john byrom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you?

Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon?

..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers.

That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.
And those discussions are ongoing now, jag or merc, oh sod it think of the compo from Dyche going to a bigger club, let's have one of each. No ambition, no investment, that's why Coyle and Howe left for bigger clubs, you couldn't even replace your wooden seats. They should be in a museum.
They are!!!
[quote][p][bold]Captain Dreckley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history[/p][/quote]Oh so you've got the mystic no-dad crystal ball then have you? Have another look in it, can you see all the no-dad fans stood outside the grounds on wet Tuesday night in January away days at Brentford / Rotherham shaking buckets hoping that the home fans will chip in a couple of quid to save your "once proud" club from financial armageddon? ..........mean while down a fortress Turf a few more cigars are lit with £20 notes while discussions take place on how to spend the 120 million nicker that's just been flopped into the coffers. That my no-dad mouth foaming yeti friend is a bright future.[/p][/quote]And those discussions are ongoing now, jag or merc, oh sod it think of the compo from Dyche going to a bigger club, let's have one of each. No ambition, no investment, that's why Coyle and Howe left for bigger clubs, you couldn't even replace your wooden seats. They should be in a museum.[/p][/quote]They are!!! Maxrus
  • Score: 3

10:44pm Tue 6 May 14

baldie says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Captain Dreckley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season.

Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?
Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.
Spoken like a true green eyed bitter no-dad.

And where did those 3 bags of grass seed get us?? Oh yeah, that's right, into the PREMIER LEAGUE.

Keep punching those plaster board walls in your Shadsworth council bedsit for one in sheer frustration cleatus, leave the serious football talk to the boys in the Premier league.
Sorry, did a Dingle who spends the majority of their life trolling Blackburn Rovers forums really just refer to their inane ramblings as, ''serious football talk''?

That's almost as laughable as Super_Clarets' list of current 'Premier League quality' players down at Turf Moor. Oh dear.
Premier league quality.

You might want to get your crayons out and write that phrase down because it's going to be a very long time before you see any again.

How many premier league quality players are there amongst the 300 no-dad squad? Answer - non whatsoever. And why is that? Because if any of them were actually fit to grace the PL then you'd have been celebrating a promotion. Instead you're just giving each other reach arounds because you finished 8th with 70 points.

With the exception of a small number your squad is made up of no marks and journeymen who are trying to cash in on the only club stupid enough to give them a contract.

Oh and don't forget you've got the likes of Best and DJ Gamble coming back to the Ewood and Bucket, just to drain a few more quid from the coffers. And just when you need to be trimming the wage bill. Not to worry, only another few years left on their massive contracts........oh and don't forget Dickson "warming up the treatment table" Etuhu, he'll only be spanking you for 35 K a week for the next few years while playing the odd 65 minutes in occasional reserve game.

You honestly couldn't make this up.

Embarrassment and a complete shambles.

BRFC - "ONCE PROUD" NOW JUST A LAUGHABLE PERPETUAL COMEDY SHOW.
Whilst we're on the subject of contracts,has Ings' extension been sorted yet?
He was in no mood to commit to Burnley on Radio Lancs just after you went up.
The clock's ticking down,looking like a freebie to me.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Captain Dreckley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season. Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?[/p][/quote]Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.[/p][/quote]Spoken like a true green eyed bitter no-dad. And where did those 3 bags of grass seed get us?? Oh yeah, that's right, into the PREMIER LEAGUE. Keep punching those plaster board walls in your Shadsworth council bedsit for one in sheer frustration cleatus, leave the serious football talk to the boys in the Premier league.[/p][/quote]Sorry, did a Dingle who spends the majority of their life trolling Blackburn Rovers forums really just refer to their inane ramblings as, ''serious football talk''? That's almost as laughable as Super_Clarets' list of current 'Premier League quality' players down at Turf Moor. Oh dear.[/p][/quote]Premier league quality. You might want to get your crayons out and write that phrase down because it's going to be a very long time before you see any again. How many premier league quality players are there amongst the 300 no-dad squad? Answer - non whatsoever. And why is that? Because if any of them were actually fit to grace the PL then you'd have been celebrating a promotion. Instead you're just giving each other reach arounds because you finished 8th with 70 points. With the exception of a small number your squad is made up of no marks and journeymen who are trying to cash in on the only club stupid enough to give them a contract. Oh and don't forget you've got the likes of Best and DJ Gamble coming back to the Ewood and Bucket, just to drain a few more quid from the coffers. And just when you need to be trimming the wage bill. Not to worry, only another few years left on their massive contracts........oh and don't forget Dickson "warming up the treatment table" Etuhu, he'll only be spanking you for 35 K a week for the next few years while playing the odd 65 minutes in occasional reserve game. You honestly couldn't make this up. Embarrassment and a complete shambles. BRFC - "ONCE PROUD" NOW JUST A LAUGHABLE PERPETUAL COMEDY SHOW.[/p][/quote]Whilst we're on the subject of contracts,has Ings' extension been sorted yet? He was in no mood to commit to Burnley on Radio Lancs just after you went up. The clock's ticking down,looking like a freebie to me. baldie
  • Score: 3

10:47pm Tue 6 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

RoversNorthEast wrote:
have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed.

you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each.

down by Christmas Di**head
We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it.

Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.
[quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed. you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each. down by Christmas Di**head[/p][/quote]We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it. Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -5

10:48pm Tue 6 May 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Captain Dreckley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season.

Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?
Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.
Spoken like a true green eyed bitter no-dad.

And where did those 3 bags of grass seed get us?? Oh yeah, that's right, into the PREMIER LEAGUE.

Keep punching those plaster board walls in your Shadsworth council bedsit for one in sheer frustration cleatus, leave the serious football talk to the boys in the Premier league.
Sorry, did a Dingle who spends the majority of their life trolling Blackburn Rovers forums really just refer to their inane ramblings as, ''serious football talk''?

That's almost as laughable as Super_Clarets' list of current 'Premier League quality' players down at Turf Moor. Oh dear.
Premier league quality.

You might want to get your crayons out and write that phrase down because it's going to be a very long time before you see any again.

How many premier league quality players are there amongst the 300 no-dad squad? Answer - non whatsoever. And why is that? Because if any of them were actually fit to grace the PL then you'd have been celebrating a promotion. Instead you're just giving each other reach arounds because you finished 8th with 70 points.

With the exception of a small number your squad is made up of no marks and journeymen who are trying to cash in on the only club stupid enough to give them a contract.

Oh and don't forget you've got the likes of Best and DJ Gamble coming back to the Ewood and Bucket, just to drain a few more quid from the coffers. And just when you need to be trimming the wage bill. Not to worry, only another few years left on their massive contracts........oh and don't forget Dickson "warming up the treatment table" Etuhu, he'll only be spanking you for 35 K a week for the next few years while playing the odd 65 minutes in occasional reserve game.

You honestly couldn't make this up.

Embarrassment and a complete shambles.

BRFC - "ONCE PROUD" NOW JUST A LAUGHABLE PERPETUAL COMEDY SHOW.
Oh dear, three aliases in one night is it?

I've never posted a list of Blackburn's 'Premier League quality' players as I know there's a huge difference in playing in the division and being good enough to sustain a career there. The players you... sorry, Super_Clarets listed were either unproven in the top flight or not good enough when they were given the opportunity. Therefore, none of them are Premier League quality, at least not yet.

If you were interested in serious football talk you'd be discussing your own team on your own threads. Instead you choose to troll ours with your baseless 'facts' about everything Rovers. Still, if you say Best and Campbell will still be here next season, and Etuhu will be collecting £35k-per-week for warming the treatment table, then it must be true! After all, Rhodes has already been sold in the last three transfer windows, we were relegated to League One, (twice), Shebby Singh is now our manager, and all this despite us going into administration at the start of the season.

Before you mock someone about their 'crystal ball', perhaps you should remember your own... sorry, Super_Clarets' (or was it look.up.blackburn.'s
?) own predictions about Rovers for the last couple of seasons.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Captain Dreckley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season. Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?[/p][/quote]Almost as unbelievable as Coyle and Howe jumping ship for bigger clubs with ambition. Still, promotion tv money, parachute payments and compo for Dyche, dingle directors will be in wonderland. At least Venkys will spend, unwisely in many cases but at least they arn't afraid to back the manager. Still the dingle board did 're invest some of the Austin millions back on the pitch, 3 bags of grass seed.[/p][/quote]Spoken like a true green eyed bitter no-dad. And where did those 3 bags of grass seed get us?? Oh yeah, that's right, into the PREMIER LEAGUE. Keep punching those plaster board walls in your Shadsworth council bedsit for one in sheer frustration cleatus, leave the serious football talk to the boys in the Premier league.[/p][/quote]Sorry, did a Dingle who spends the majority of their life trolling Blackburn Rovers forums really just refer to their inane ramblings as, ''serious football talk''? That's almost as laughable as Super_Clarets' list of current 'Premier League quality' players down at Turf Moor. Oh dear.[/p][/quote]Premier league quality. You might want to get your crayons out and write that phrase down because it's going to be a very long time before you see any again. How many premier league quality players are there amongst the 300 no-dad squad? Answer - non whatsoever. And why is that? Because if any of them were actually fit to grace the PL then you'd have been celebrating a promotion. Instead you're just giving each other reach arounds because you finished 8th with 70 points. With the exception of a small number your squad is made up of no marks and journeymen who are trying to cash in on the only club stupid enough to give them a contract. Oh and don't forget you've got the likes of Best and DJ Gamble coming back to the Ewood and Bucket, just to drain a few more quid from the coffers. And just when you need to be trimming the wage bill. Not to worry, only another few years left on their massive contracts........oh and don't forget Dickson "warming up the treatment table" Etuhu, he'll only be spanking you for 35 K a week for the next few years while playing the odd 65 minutes in occasional reserve game. You honestly couldn't make this up. Embarrassment and a complete shambles. BRFC - "ONCE PROUD" NOW JUST A LAUGHABLE PERPETUAL COMEDY SHOW.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, three aliases in one night is it? I've never posted a list of Blackburn's 'Premier League quality' players as I know there's a huge difference in playing in the division and being good enough to sustain a career there. The players you... sorry, Super_Clarets listed were either unproven in the top flight or not good enough when they were given the opportunity. Therefore, none of them are Premier League quality, at least not yet. If you were interested in serious football talk you'd be discussing your own team on your own threads. Instead you choose to troll ours with your baseless 'facts' about everything Rovers. Still, if you say Best and Campbell will still be here next season, and Etuhu will be collecting £35k-per-week for warming the treatment table, then it must be true! After all, Rhodes has already been sold in the last three transfer windows, we were relegated to League One, (twice), Shebby Singh is now our manager, and all this despite us going into administration at the start of the season. Before you mock someone about their 'crystal ball', perhaps you should remember your own... sorry, Super_Clarets' (or was it look.up.blackburn.'s ?) own predictions about Rovers for the last couple of seasons. Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 9

10:54pm Tue 6 May 14

baldie says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed.

you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each.

down by Christmas Di**head
We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it.

Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.
That's a brave prediction,consideri
ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed. you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each. down by Christmas Di**head[/p][/quote]We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it. Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.[/p][/quote]That's a brave prediction,consideri ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago. baldie
  • Score: 5

10:54pm Tue 6 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

Dear me, the anger coming from the no-dad camp is something else these days isn't it. Anyone would think that they'd lost to Burnley, or that Burnley had finished above them in the league, or that Burnley had got promoted to the Premier League, or that Burnley had denied Blackburn a place in the play-off's...... hang on a minute!
Dear me, the anger coming from the no-dad camp is something else these days isn't it. Anyone would think that they'd lost to Burnley, or that Burnley had finished above them in the league, or that Burnley had got promoted to the Premier League, or that Burnley had denied Blackburn a place in the play-off's...... hang on a minute! look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -6

11:11pm Tue 6 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed.

you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each.

down by Christmas Di**head
We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it.

Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.
That's a brave prediction,consideri

ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.
You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed. you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each. down by Christmas Di**head[/p][/quote]We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it. Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.[/p][/quote]That's a brave prediction,consideri ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.[/p][/quote]You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -1

11:14pm Tue 6 May 14

Maxrus says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
Dear me, the anger coming from the no-dad camp is something else these days isn't it. Anyone would think that they'd lost to Burnley, or that Burnley had finished above them in the league, or that Burnley had got promoted to the Premier League, or that Burnley had denied Blackburn a place in the play-off's...... hang on a minute!
Shouldn't that read 'hang on a rope' ?
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: Dear me, the anger coming from the no-dad camp is something else these days isn't it. Anyone would think that they'd lost to Burnley, or that Burnley had finished above them in the league, or that Burnley had got promoted to the Premier League, or that Burnley had denied Blackburn a place in the play-off's...... hang on a minute![/p][/quote]Shouldn't that read 'hang on a rope' ? Maxrus
  • Score: 0

11:18pm Tue 6 May 14

baldie says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed.

you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each.

down by Christmas Di**head
We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it.

Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.
That's a brave prediction,consideri


ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.
You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.
You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games.
On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed. you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each. down by Christmas Di**head[/p][/quote]We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it. Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.[/p][/quote]That's a brave prediction,consideri ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.[/p][/quote]You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.[/p][/quote]You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games. On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it. baldie
  • Score: 1

11:28pm Tue 6 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed.

you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each.

down by Christmas Di**head
We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it.

Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.
That's a brave prediction,consideri



ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.
You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.
You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games.
On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it.
Embarrassed for you pal. Change the record, you got beat and there's nothing you can do take the shine off it for us. The only ones bottling it were those weasels sneaking out of Ewood with 10 minutes still to go, and don't deny it, you were one of them. You're nothing but a coward.
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed. you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each. down by Christmas Di**head[/p][/quote]We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it. Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.[/p][/quote]That's a brave prediction,consideri ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.[/p][/quote]You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.[/p][/quote]You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games. On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it.[/p][/quote]Embarrassed for you pal. Change the record, you got beat and there's nothing you can do take the shine off it for us. The only ones bottling it were those weasels sneaking out of Ewood with 10 minutes still to go, and don't deny it, you were one of them. You're nothing but a coward. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -1

11:31pm Tue 6 May 14

burnleyglentoran says...

The no-dads really are a ever-decreasing number of bile spewing, bitter horse mytherers aren't they!!!!

35 year Comfort blanket gone and their "main rivals" Man U never going to play them as they'll remain up in the Prem, while they go back to their standard position of mid-table nobodies, while beleiving their still the big time charlies they always thought they were.

I almost feel sorry for them but i'm too busy looking forward to next seasons fixtures!!!!

B******* ROVERS - ILLIGITIMATUM DESPARATUM
The no-dads really are a ever-decreasing number of bile spewing, bitter horse mytherers aren't they!!!! 35 year Comfort blanket gone and their "main rivals" Man U never going to play them as they'll remain up in the Prem, while they go back to their standard position of mid-table nobodies, while beleiving their still the big time charlies they always thought they were. I almost feel sorry for them but i'm too busy looking forward to next seasons fixtures!!!! B******* ROVERS - ILLIGITIMATUM DESPARATUM burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -1

11:50pm Tue 6 May 14

baldie says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed.

you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each.

down by Christmas Di**head
We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it.

Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.
That's a brave prediction,consideri




ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.
You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.
You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games.
On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it.
Embarrassed for you pal. Change the record, you got beat and there's nothing you can do take the shine off it for us. The only ones bottling it were those weasels sneaking out of Ewood with 10 minutes still to go, and don't deny it, you were one of them. You're nothing but a coward.
As I said,we got beat and it had been coming,Although I don't think Burnley deserved to win that particular match,we had been riding our luck recently.
I actually stayed behind and clapped both teams off.
You should never,EVER turn your back on your own team.
Take note.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed. you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each. down by Christmas Di**head[/p][/quote]We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it. Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.[/p][/quote]That's a brave prediction,consideri ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.[/p][/quote]You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.[/p][/quote]You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games. On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it.[/p][/quote]Embarrassed for you pal. Change the record, you got beat and there's nothing you can do take the shine off it for us. The only ones bottling it were those weasels sneaking out of Ewood with 10 minutes still to go, and don't deny it, you were one of them. You're nothing but a coward.[/p][/quote]As I said,we got beat and it had been coming,Although I don't think Burnley deserved to win that particular match,we had been riding our luck recently. I actually stayed behind and clapped both teams off. You should never,EVER turn your back on your own team. Take note. baldie
  • Score: 1

12:11am Wed 7 May 14

noddy57 says...

you dingles really do lead a sheltered life don,t you ? have you ever thought of getting a job and paying your way in society ? if you spent less time slagging off Blackburn maybe you can lead a normal life ,,,or is that expecting too much?
you dingles really do lead a sheltered life don,t you ? have you ever thought of getting a job and paying your way in society ? if you spent less time slagging off Blackburn maybe you can lead a normal life ,,,or is that expecting too much? noddy57
  • Score: 1

12:19am Wed 7 May 14

jim 2012 says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season.

Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?
are you being serious burnley or Newcastle now there a conundrum to tax a burnley fans frontal lobe a club with a fan base of twelve and a half thousand
or a big city club with a fan base of forty thousand with a billionaire owner
if you'll pardon the pun that's a no brainer wai ai man
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]Spot on yet again pal. My fellow Rovers fans must be a bit thick. I predict a quadruple relegation for us next season. Meanwhile, I've heard a few rumors regarding Shaun Dyche going to Newcastle or maybe Fulham. You gotta laugh. Why would Dyche want to leave Burnley to go to a club like Newcastle or Fulham?[/p][/quote]are you being serious burnley or Newcastle now there a conundrum to tax a burnley fans frontal lobe a club with a fan base of twelve and a half thousand or a big city club with a fan base of forty thousand with a billionaire owner if you'll pardon the pun that's a no brainer wai ai man jim 2012
  • Score: 2

12:36am Wed 7 May 14

jim 2012 says...

dangerous dave wrote:
What a pratt - but not good enough even for the play offs
Out with the cowboys and indians
when you support a football club it is for life
even if as you so eloquently put it, it is run by cowboys and Indians
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: What a pratt - but not good enough even for the play offs Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]when you support a football club it is for life even if as you so eloquently put it, it is run by cowboys and Indians jim 2012
  • Score: 0

12:41am Wed 7 May 14

jim 2012 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Great job Gary. Thanks from all your Clarets admirers.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER
this burnley clown can't see the irony in those remarks he just thinks he is being sarcastic
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Great job Gary. Thanks from all your Clarets admirers. STAYING DOWN FOREVER[/p][/quote]this burnley clown can't see the irony in those remarks he just thinks he is being sarcastic jim 2012
  • Score: 1

1:26am Wed 7 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed.

you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each.

down by Christmas Di**head
We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it.

Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.
Easy mid-table, infact to be honest I think you could even win the thing. Dyche aint gonna leave - and why would he, £9.50 an hour is a cracking wage.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed. you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each. down by Christmas Di**head[/p][/quote]We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it. Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.[/p][/quote]Easy mid-table, infact to be honest I think you could even win the thing. Dyche aint gonna leave - and why would he, £9.50 an hour is a cracking wage. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 5

2:23am Wed 7 May 14

Kiwihead says...

My Clough, what a load of over optimistic tosh you write.
My Clough, what a load of over optimistic tosh you write. Kiwihead
  • Score: 0

3:21am Wed 7 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Good work Agent Bowyer, Operation 'Taken to the Brink' is almost complete.

Please return to headquarters full full debrief, and for us to upload next season's mission, currently titled 'Shafted by FFP'
FFP doesn't comply with section 1 of the EU Lisbon treaty
it is therefore unenforceable as it stands under european law
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Good work Agent Bowyer, Operation 'Taken to the Brink' is almost complete. Please return to headquarters full full debrief, and for us to upload next season's mission, currently titled 'Shafted by FFP'[/p][/quote]FFP doesn't comply with section 1 of the EU Lisbon treaty it is therefore unenforceable as it stands under european law jim 2012
  • Score: 1

3:25am Wed 7 May 14

jim 2012 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Good work Agent Bowyer, Operation 'Taken to the Brink' is almost complete.

Please return to headquarters full full debrief, and for us to upload next season's mission, currently titled 'Shafted by FFP'
FFP doesn't comply with section 1 of the EU Lisbon treaty
it is therefore unenforceable as it stands under european law
one more thing european law supersedes english law
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Good work Agent Bowyer, Operation 'Taken to the Brink' is almost complete. Please return to headquarters full full debrief, and for us to upload next season's mission, currently titled 'Shafted by FFP'[/p][/quote]FFP doesn't comply with section 1 of the EU Lisbon treaty it is therefore unenforceable as it stands under european law[/p][/quote]one more thing european law supersedes english law jim 2012
  • Score: 1

6:00am Wed 7 May 14

golazzo says...

john byrom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history
Derby will always hold the lowest points in history. You have a very short memory has the season we were in the premiership we failed by only 5 points. Had it not been for a manager that up sticks and left and a useless appointment in Laws then we would have stayed up. Fact.

This season we WILL stay up without a shadow of a doubt.
[quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]1 Season wonder. Relegation next season lowest points in history[/p][/quote]Derby will always hold the lowest points in history. You have a very short memory has the season we were in the premiership we failed by only 5 points. Had it not been for a manager that up sticks and left and a useless appointment in Laws then we would have stayed up. Fact. This season we WILL stay up without a shadow of a doubt. golazzo
  • Score: -1

8:31am Wed 7 May 14

ikwalsh6677 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Rovers.1875 wrote:
Just wondering what the angle is on this 'FFP is going to ruin us' malarkey? I mean, GB has a full summer with our squad and can make more changes with around 3 months to take his time doing it. He's already said he doesn't have to get rid of anyone and rightly so. Look at his preferred squad that we finished the season on a high with, this was the team sheet from the Wigan game:

01 Robinson - Can't see us selling him.
16 Keane - Back at utd, may come back, but if not then 3 months to find a replacement.
14 Olsson - Spurr is preferred in this position, not a big deal if we replace or keep him.
29 Evans (Lowe - 73' ) - Bought on the cheap, wages at a reasonable rate, no need to move on.
05 Hanley - Wages are at a good rate, no need to sell, but would get a good price if we did so we could replace him.
04 Kilgallon - New addition this season, no need to sell
32 Conway - Excellent addition this season, no need to sell.
45 Cairney - Same as Conway
11 Rhodes - 3 years left on his contract, high wages, but who would buy him and match his wages (which he would want obviously) with FFP coming in, better deals elsewhere.
39 Gestede - Same as Conway/Cairney
07 King (Feeney - 80' ) - Another player that we have at good wage rates that is starting to blossom under GB, no need to sell.

So how FFP makes a scrap of difference going into the start of next season I don't know? This team is an exciting, well balanced in both skill and age/experience, which should and probably will be challenging the automatic promotion spots all season, we are where Burnley was as a team last season with how well the players are starting to play together, only it is arguably a stronger team on paper.

Before the select few retarded dingles comment on this post, just be aware that I fully commend what you have done this season and well done! Just stop believing your own crave for attention so much that you are trying to convince me that FFP is going to make rovers disappear into oblivion, or that we're going to sell everyone, as it really just makes you sound retarded. Come back with a proper, worthwhile discussion, or some real banter you idiotic children....
Let me explain FFP to you. Firstly it is based on 2013-14 season. If a Championship club overspends (loses) in excess of 8 million pounds then the owner has 2 choices. 1/ Inject funds equal to any losses over 3million pounds. eg if Blackburn show losses of 25 million for season 13/14 then Venkys will need to inject 22 million cash. If they fail to do so then a transfer embargo and fines will be applied commencing December 2014. So as you will see, whatever changes Rovers make during the close season will have no effect on any potential future fines or sanctions.
If you wish to check this information then visit www.financialfairpla

y.co.uk.

Hope that constitutes a proper worthwhile answer. I await yours.
I think that people are jumping to conclusions on FFP. A number of clubs are seeking legal counsel on the matter as essentially it restricts what an owner is able to do with his 'property'. In other businesses this is seen as investment and there is a sound argument to suggest that it is a restrictive practice to penalise investors. I would not be surprised to see one of the big clubs take this on in the courts and any precedents set would apply to others. I read that Blackburn are part of a consortium of clubs 'testing' the matter.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers.1875[/bold] wrote: Just wondering what the angle is on this 'FFP is going to ruin us' malarkey? I mean, GB has a full summer with our squad and can make more changes with around 3 months to take his time doing it. He's already said he doesn't have to get rid of anyone and rightly so. Look at his preferred squad that we finished the season on a high with, this was the team sheet from the Wigan game: 01 Robinson - Can't see us selling him. 16 Keane - Back at utd, may come back, but if not then 3 months to find a replacement. 14 Olsson - Spurr is preferred in this position, not a big deal if we replace or keep him. 29 Evans (Lowe - 73' ) - Bought on the cheap, wages at a reasonable rate, no need to move on. 05 Hanley - Wages are at a good rate, no need to sell, but would get a good price if we did so we could replace him. 04 Kilgallon - New addition this season, no need to sell 32 Conway - Excellent addition this season, no need to sell. 45 Cairney - Same as Conway 11 Rhodes - 3 years left on his contract, high wages, but who would buy him and match his wages (which he would want obviously) with FFP coming in, better deals elsewhere. 39 Gestede - Same as Conway/Cairney 07 King (Feeney - 80' ) - Another player that we have at good wage rates that is starting to blossom under GB, no need to sell. So how FFP makes a scrap of difference going into the start of next season I don't know? This team is an exciting, well balanced in both skill and age/experience, which should and probably will be challenging the automatic promotion spots all season, we are where Burnley was as a team last season with how well the players are starting to play together, only it is arguably a stronger team on paper. Before the select few retarded dingles comment on this post, just be aware that I fully commend what you have done this season and well done! Just stop believing your own crave for attention so much that you are trying to convince me that FFP is going to make rovers disappear into oblivion, or that we're going to sell everyone, as it really just makes you sound retarded. Come back with a proper, worthwhile discussion, or some real banter you idiotic children....[/p][/quote]Let me explain FFP to you. Firstly it is based on 2013-14 season. If a Championship club overspends (loses) in excess of 8 million pounds then the owner has 2 choices. 1/ Inject funds equal to any losses over 3million pounds. eg if Blackburn show losses of 25 million for season 13/14 then Venkys will need to inject 22 million cash. If they fail to do so then a transfer embargo and fines will be applied commencing December 2014. So as you will see, whatever changes Rovers make during the close season will have no effect on any potential future fines or sanctions. If you wish to check this information then visit www.financialfairpla y.co.uk. Hope that constitutes a proper worthwhile answer. I await yours.[/p][/quote]I think that people are jumping to conclusions on FFP. A number of clubs are seeking legal counsel on the matter as essentially it restricts what an owner is able to do with his 'property'. In other businesses this is seen as investment and there is a sound argument to suggest that it is a restrictive practice to penalise investors. I would not be surprised to see one of the big clubs take this on in the courts and any precedents set would apply to others. I read that Blackburn are part of a consortium of clubs 'testing' the matter. ikwalsh6677
  • Score: 0

8:35am Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

"Manchester City are facing UEFA sanctions for breaching financial fair play rules which would see the club limited to a 21-man Champions League squad instead of the usual 25 players next season.

City are also facing a fine in the region of €60m (£49m), and a cap imposed for next season to ensure there is no rise in this season's Champions League A squad wage bill.

The reduction in the size of the Champions League squad to 21 would potentially hit the club hardest, and City would also have to ensure that there are still eight locally-trained players in that A squad."


Even the big boys are being knocked down a peg or two.... you have to say its looking very grim for minnows Blackburn Rovers... and for those who believe FFP will be contested strongly, out of the 655 European clubs to sign up to the rules only 9 are being dealt with by the UEFA club financial control board for FFP breaches. In other words, you lot are Donald Ducked.
"Manchester City are facing UEFA sanctions for breaching financial fair play rules which would see the club limited to a 21-man Champions League squad instead of the usual 25 players next season. City are also facing a fine in the region of €60m (£49m), and a cap imposed for next season to ensure there is no rise in this season's Champions League A squad wage bill. The reduction in the size of the Champions League squad to 21 would potentially hit the club hardest, and City would also have to ensure that there are still eight locally-trained players in that A squad." Even the big boys are being knocked down a peg or two.... you have to say its looking very grim for minnows Blackburn Rovers... and for those who believe FFP will be contested strongly, out of the 655 European clubs to sign up to the rules only 9 are being dealt with by the UEFA club financial control board for FFP breaches. In other words, you lot are Donald Ducked. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -1

8:41am Wed 7 May 14

ikwalsh6677 says...

RoversNorthEast wrote:
COPY PASTE AND COMPARE THESE TWO..

http://www1.skysport

s.com/news/12040/880

8986/

http://www.arsenal.c

om/emirates-stadium/

get-to...-emirates-s

tadium

LOL JUST TO LET YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR COMPETING AGAINST..YOU AND YOUR RUSTY PUBLIC SAFETY HAZARD OF A SHED!!!
I think that Burnley should take a leaf out of Morecambes book, they built an all new 6000 seater stadium that was state of the art., because it is quite 'small' it didn't cost that much and they didn't need much wood in the construction. If Burnley did that then they would at least have a chance of filling it on some of the big matches.
[quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: COPY PASTE AND COMPARE THESE TWO.. http://www1.skysport s.com/news/12040/880 8986/ http://www.arsenal.c om/emirates-stadium/ get-to...-emirates-s tadium LOL JUST TO LET YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR COMPETING AGAINST..YOU AND YOUR RUSTY PUBLIC SAFETY HAZARD OF A SHED!!![/p][/quote]I think that Burnley should take a leaf out of Morecambes book, they built an all new 6000 seater stadium that was state of the art., because it is quite 'small' it didn't cost that much and they didn't need much wood in the construction. If Burnley did that then they would at least have a chance of filling it on some of the big matches. ikwalsh6677
  • Score: 1

8:43am Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

jim 2012 says...
"FFP doesn't comply with section 1 of the EU Lisbon treaty it is therefore unenforceable as it stands under european law
one more thing european law supersedes english law"



On 20 March 2012 it was announced that UEFA and the European Commission had signed a joint agreement intended to prevent clubs using the EU legal system to challenge the validity of FFP, for example by claiming that it conflicted with anti-competition legislation.

The European Union - who acknowledged the unique "specificity of sport" in the Treaty of Lisbon - policy on sport stated "good governance in sport is a condition for the autonomy and self-regulation of sport organisations".

The vice-president of the EC and the Commissioner for Competition Joaquin Almunia confirmed that the existing FFP rules were both valid and in accordance with European legislation, saying; "I fully support the objectives of UEFA's FFP rules as I believe it is essential for football clubs to have a solid financial foundation.
jim 2012 says... "FFP doesn't comply with section 1 of the EU Lisbon treaty it is therefore unenforceable as it stands under european law one more thing european law supersedes english law" On 20 March 2012 it was announced that UEFA and the European Commission had signed a joint agreement intended to prevent clubs using the EU legal system to challenge the validity of FFP, for example by claiming that it conflicted with anti-competition legislation. The European Union - who acknowledged the unique "specificity of sport" in the Treaty of Lisbon - policy on sport stated "good governance in sport is a condition for the autonomy and self-regulation of sport organisations". The vice-president of the EC and the Commissioner for Competition Joaquin Almunia confirmed that the existing FFP rules were both valid and in accordance with European legislation, saying; "I fully support the objectives of UEFA's FFP rules as I believe it is essential for football clubs to have a solid financial foundation. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -1

8:45am Wed 7 May 14

A Darener says...

I am sure the FFP debate will go on for months. No club is going to meekly hand over £50M without a strong challenge. I believe that legal experts in commercial law both in Britain and EU countries are pouring over these laws to find if they are anti trading. I would say there is no doubt they are and would not be surprised to see the rule overturned or at least amended. You may say we are clutching at straws but even if the rule is not amended no league would want to see the deliberate destruction of one of its members.
I suggest that Burnley fans concentrate on their own fate next season it will be very difficult for them to survive the PL. Let the rest get on with their endeavours and stay on your own pages. It is getting very monotonous ploughing through your drivel.
I am sure the FFP debate will go on for months. No club is going to meekly hand over £50M without a strong challenge. I believe that legal experts in commercial law both in Britain and EU countries are pouring over these laws to find if they are anti trading. I would say there is no doubt they are and would not be surprised to see the rule overturned or at least amended. You may say we are clutching at straws but even if the rule is not amended no league would want to see the deliberate destruction of one of its members. I suggest that Burnley fans concentrate on their own fate next season it will be very difficult for them to survive the PL. Let the rest get on with their endeavours and stay on your own pages. It is getting very monotonous ploughing through your drivel. A Darener
  • Score: 1

8:56am Wed 7 May 14

greenscreener says...

A Darener wrote:
I am sure the FFP debate will go on for months. No club is going to meekly hand over £50M without a strong challenge. I believe that legal experts in commercial law both in Britain and EU countries are pouring over these laws to find if they are anti trading. I would say there is no doubt they are and would not be surprised to see the rule overturned or at least amended. You may say we are clutching at straws but even if the rule is not amended no league would want to see the deliberate destruction of one of its members.
I suggest that Burnley fans concentrate on their own fate next season it will be very difficult for them to survive the PL. Let the rest get on with their endeavours and stay on your own pages. It is getting very monotonous ploughing through your drivel.
Getting ? I think that ship sailed a long time ago.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: I am sure the FFP debate will go on for months. No club is going to meekly hand over £50M without a strong challenge. I believe that legal experts in commercial law both in Britain and EU countries are pouring over these laws to find if they are anti trading. I would say there is no doubt they are and would not be surprised to see the rule overturned or at least amended. You may say we are clutching at straws but even if the rule is not amended no league would want to see the deliberate destruction of one of its members. I suggest that Burnley fans concentrate on their own fate next season it will be very difficult for them to survive the PL. Let the rest get on with their endeavours and stay on your own pages. It is getting very monotonous ploughing through your drivel.[/p][/quote]Getting ? I think that ship sailed a long time ago. greenscreener
  • Score: 3

8:58am Wed 7 May 14

French Rover says...

baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed.

you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each.

down by Christmas Di**head
We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it.

Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.
That's a brave prediction,consideri



ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.
You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.
You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games.
On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it.
Hi Baldie, dont get mixed-up with slagging the claret clowns about their lucky win at Ewood - they know that even iin this promotion winning season they still could not beat us at Turf Moor.

In fact it is 36 YEARS since they last managed to win at home against us!

What a terrible record for any team and one that must hurt them badly.

36 Years and counting!
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed. you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each. down by Christmas Di**head[/p][/quote]We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it. Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.[/p][/quote]That's a brave prediction,consideri ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.[/p][/quote]You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.[/p][/quote]You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games. On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it.[/p][/quote]Hi Baldie, dont get mixed-up with slagging the claret clowns about their lucky win at Ewood - they know that even iin this promotion winning season they still could not beat us at Turf Moor. In fact it is 36 YEARS since they last managed to win at home against us! What a terrible record for any team and one that must hurt them badly. 36 Years and counting! French Rover
  • Score: 2

9:03am Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

I predicted over a season ago that 2015 would be the year when it all goes belly up for you lot and I stand by that prediction. That's not drivel and it was not in response to the claims of Blackburn Rovers fans at the time that Burnley would be relegated from the Championship following the sale of Charlie Austin. I simply told it how I saw it.

The rules were agreed in 2012, all clubs in Europe have therefore had two full seasons to make the necessary adjustments to their financial structure in order to comply, thereby avoid the sanctions imposed on non-compliant clubs.

The reported figure of clubs at risk of punishment is 9 throughout Europe.

The fines that these clubs will pay are to be distributed throughout the league structures to all compliant clubs thereby strengthening the financial position of teams from top to bottom. It is seen by all as a positive step and beneficial to all clubs that they are self sufficient. The rules differ for clubs depending on league standing, In the Championship a transfer ban is imposed until the non-compliant club has reduces its losses to a level which allows it to be self sufficient.

The rules are in accordance with European law and the European Union has already acknowledged the need for FFP.

For a Blackburn fan to claim that these rules should be "overturned or at least amended" shows a nothing but desperation. You are clearly filling your pants and rightly so, a transfer ban under your current management structure would be no less than a complete unmitigated disaster. Your losses are currently such that it will take many, many years to reduce the level of expenditure due to the contracts your higher paid players are on.

Sadly there is no escape.
I predicted over a season ago that 2015 would be the year when it all goes belly up for you lot and I stand by that prediction. That's not drivel and it was not in response to the claims of Blackburn Rovers fans at the time that Burnley would be relegated from the Championship following the sale of Charlie Austin. I simply told it how I saw it. The rules were agreed in 2012, all clubs in Europe have therefore had two full seasons to make the necessary adjustments to their financial structure in order to comply, thereby avoid the sanctions imposed on non-compliant clubs. The reported figure of clubs at risk of punishment is 9 throughout Europe. The fines that these clubs will pay are to be distributed throughout the league structures to all compliant clubs thereby strengthening the financial position of teams from top to bottom. It is seen by all as a positive step and beneficial to all clubs that they are self sufficient. The rules differ for clubs depending on league standing, In the Championship a transfer ban is imposed until the non-compliant club has reduces its losses to a level which allows it to be self sufficient. The rules are in accordance with European law and the European Union has already acknowledged the need for FFP. For a Blackburn fan to claim that these rules should be "overturned or at least amended" shows a nothing but desperation. You are clearly filling your pants and rightly so, a transfer ban under your current management structure would be no less than a complete unmitigated disaster. Your losses are currently such that it will take many, many years to reduce the level of expenditure due to the contracts your higher paid players are on. Sadly there is no escape. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -1

9:12am Wed 7 May 14

greenscreener says...

French Rover wrote:
baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed.

you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each.

down by Christmas Di**head
We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it.

Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.
That's a brave prediction,consideri




ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.
You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.
You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games.
On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it.
Hi Baldie, dont get mixed-up with slagging the claret clowns about their lucky win at Ewood - they know that even iin this promotion winning season they still could not beat us at Turf Moor.

In fact it is 36 YEARS since they last managed to win at home against us!

What a terrible record for any team and one that must hurt them badly.

36 Years and counting!
Seriously Frenchie, why bother ?

The gene pool has been so diluted that It's a long time since there was a Burnley fan with the wit and wisdom to engage in entertaining discussion.
There's only Burnley59/60 who contributes anything with a shred of intelligence and dignity these days.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed. you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each. down by Christmas Di**head[/p][/quote]We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it. Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.[/p][/quote]That's a brave prediction,consideri ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.[/p][/quote]You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.[/p][/quote]You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games. On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it.[/p][/quote]Hi Baldie, dont get mixed-up with slagging the claret clowns about their lucky win at Ewood - they know that even iin this promotion winning season they still could not beat us at Turf Moor. In fact it is 36 YEARS since they last managed to win at home against us! What a terrible record for any team and one that must hurt them badly. 36 Years and counting![/p][/quote]Seriously Frenchie, why bother ? The gene pool has been so diluted that It's a long time since there was a Burnley fan with the wit and wisdom to engage in entertaining discussion. There's only Burnley59/60 who contributes anything with a shred of intelligence and dignity these days. greenscreener
  • Score: 3

9:16am Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley..... you can't ignore it and think its going to go away you retards.

We beat you on your own patch.... we then got promoted to the Premier League.... we then prevented you fools from scraping into the play-off's.... all in all the perfect season. And don't you know it, you mugs.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley..... you can't ignore it and think its going to go away you retards. We beat you on your own patch.... we then got promoted to the Premier League.... we then prevented you fools from scraping into the play-off's.... all in all the perfect season. And don't you know it, you mugs. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 0

9:18am Wed 7 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley..... you can't ignore it and think its going to go away you retards.

We beat you on your own patch.... we then got promoted to the Premier League.... we then prevented you fools from scraping into the play-off's.... all in all the perfect season. And don't you know it, you mugs.
KH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley..... you can't ignore it and think its going to go away you retards. We beat you on your own patch.... we then got promoted to the Premier League.... we then prevented you fools from scraping into the play-off's.... all in all the perfect season. And don't you know it, you mugs.[/p][/quote]KH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: -3

9:18am Wed 7 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley..... you can't ignore it and think its going to go away you retards.

We beat you on your own patch.... we then got promoted to the Premier League.... we then prevented you fools from scraping into the play-off's.... all in all the perfect season. And don't you know it, you mugs.
KH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley..... you can't ignore it and think its going to go away you retards. We beat you on your own patch.... we then got promoted to the Premier League.... we then prevented you fools from scraping into the play-off's.... all in all the perfect season. And don't you know it, you mugs.[/p][/quote]KH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: -6

9:28am Wed 7 May 14

Warnie says...

Sadly some of you don't understand what the term 'spending' means in relation to football clubs. I'm not simply talking about what has been spent on transfer fees. I think you will find that clubs spend a lot more on things like wages for example. The point I was making is that if you look at what rovers have spent this year then it can hardly be claimed a success to finish 8th. The total spending budget must but one of the highest in the league. So a poor return on investment I'm afraid. To make matters worse of course there isn't much that can be done quickly to alleviate the problem. Time is running out.
Sadly some of you don't understand what the term 'spending' means in relation to football clubs. I'm not simply talking about what has been spent on transfer fees. I think you will find that clubs spend a lot more on things like wages for example. The point I was making is that if you look at what rovers have spent this year then it can hardly be claimed a success to finish 8th. The total spending budget must but one of the highest in the league. So a poor return on investment I'm afraid. To make matters worse of course there isn't much that can be done quickly to alleviate the problem. Time is running out. Warnie
  • Score: 0

10:27am Wed 7 May 14

Rovers.1875 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Rovers.1875 wrote:
Just wondering what the angle is on this 'FFP is going to ruin us' malarkey? I mean, GB has a full summer with our squad and can make more changes with around 3 months to take his time doing it. He's already said he doesn't have to get rid of anyone and rightly so. Look at his preferred squad that we finished the season on a high with, this was the team sheet from the Wigan game:

01 Robinson - Can't see us selling him.
16 Keane - Back at utd, may come back, but if not then 3 months to find a replacement.
14 Olsson - Spurr is preferred in this position, not a big deal if we replace or keep him.
29 Evans (Lowe - 73' ) - Bought on the cheap, wages at a reasonable rate, no need to move on.
05 Hanley - Wages are at a good rate, no need to sell, but would get a good price if we did so we could replace him.
04 Kilgallon - New addition this season, no need to sell
32 Conway - Excellent addition this season, no need to sell.
45 Cairney - Same as Conway
11 Rhodes - 3 years left on his contract, high wages, but who would buy him and match his wages (which he would want obviously) with FFP coming in, better deals elsewhere.
39 Gestede - Same as Conway/Cairney
07 King (Feeney - 80' ) - Another player that we have at good wage rates that is starting to blossom under GB, no need to sell.

So how FFP makes a scrap of difference going into the start of next season I don't know? This team is an exciting, well balanced in both skill and age/experience, which should and probably will be challenging the automatic promotion spots all season, we are where Burnley was as a team last season with how well the players are starting to play together, only it is arguably a stronger team on paper.

Before the select few retarded dingles comment on this post, just be aware that I fully commend what you have done this season and well done! Just stop believing your own crave for attention so much that you are trying to convince me that FFP is going to make rovers disappear into oblivion, or that we're going to sell everyone, as it really just makes you sound retarded. Come back with a proper, worthwhile discussion, or some real banter you idiotic children....
Let me explain FFP to you. Firstly it is based on 2013-14 season. If a Championship club overspends (loses) in excess of 8 million pounds then the owner has 2 choices. 1/ Inject funds equal to any losses over 3million pounds. eg if Blackburn show losses of 25 million for season 13/14 then Venkys will need to inject 22 million cash. If they fail to do so then a transfer embargo and fines will be applied commencing December 2014. So as you will see, whatever changes Rovers make during the close season will have no effect on any potential future fines or sanctions.
If you wish to check this information then visit www.financialfairpla

y.co.uk.

Hope that constitutes a proper worthwhile answer. I await yours.
Great answer, the sort of one I was looking for :) (rather than the tripe I expected).

The thing is, you are right, whatever changes we make this summer have no effect on future sanctions that will be enforced on us, but a good summer of business should mean that we can go into January with little worries about not being able to purchase players. With the squad that finished this season unbeaten in 12 games, I am fully confident we have built a squad ready to go up next season, at which point we would be financially better off with the PL money.

Plus, I don't see why the Venkys wouldn't cover the outstanding debt we owe to them?
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers.1875[/bold] wrote: Just wondering what the angle is on this 'FFP is going to ruin us' malarkey? I mean, GB has a full summer with our squad and can make more changes with around 3 months to take his time doing it. He's already said he doesn't have to get rid of anyone and rightly so. Look at his preferred squad that we finished the season on a high with, this was the team sheet from the Wigan game: 01 Robinson - Can't see us selling him. 16 Keane - Back at utd, may come back, but if not then 3 months to find a replacement. 14 Olsson - Spurr is preferred in this position, not a big deal if we replace or keep him. 29 Evans (Lowe - 73' ) - Bought on the cheap, wages at a reasonable rate, no need to move on. 05 Hanley - Wages are at a good rate, no need to sell, but would get a good price if we did so we could replace him. 04 Kilgallon - New addition this season, no need to sell 32 Conway - Excellent addition this season, no need to sell. 45 Cairney - Same as Conway 11 Rhodes - 3 years left on his contract, high wages, but who would buy him and match his wages (which he would want obviously) with FFP coming in, better deals elsewhere. 39 Gestede - Same as Conway/Cairney 07 King (Feeney - 80' ) - Another player that we have at good wage rates that is starting to blossom under GB, no need to sell. So how FFP makes a scrap of difference going into the start of next season I don't know? This team is an exciting, well balanced in both skill and age/experience, which should and probably will be challenging the automatic promotion spots all season, we are where Burnley was as a team last season with how well the players are starting to play together, only it is arguably a stronger team on paper. Before the select few retarded dingles comment on this post, just be aware that I fully commend what you have done this season and well done! Just stop believing your own crave for attention so much that you are trying to convince me that FFP is going to make rovers disappear into oblivion, or that we're going to sell everyone, as it really just makes you sound retarded. Come back with a proper, worthwhile discussion, or some real banter you idiotic children....[/p][/quote]Let me explain FFP to you. Firstly it is based on 2013-14 season. If a Championship club overspends (loses) in excess of 8 million pounds then the owner has 2 choices. 1/ Inject funds equal to any losses over 3million pounds. eg if Blackburn show losses of 25 million for season 13/14 then Venkys will need to inject 22 million cash. If they fail to do so then a transfer embargo and fines will be applied commencing December 2014. So as you will see, whatever changes Rovers make during the close season will have no effect on any potential future fines or sanctions. If you wish to check this information then visit www.financialfairpla y.co.uk. Hope that constitutes a proper worthwhile answer. I await yours.[/p][/quote]Great answer, the sort of one I was looking for :) (rather than the tripe I expected). The thing is, you are right, whatever changes we make this summer have no effect on future sanctions that will be enforced on us, but a good summer of business should mean that we can go into January with little worries about not being able to purchase players. With the squad that finished this season unbeaten in 12 games, I am fully confident we have built a squad ready to go up next season, at which point we would be financially better off with the PL money. Plus, I don't see why the Venkys wouldn't cover the outstanding debt we owe to them? Rovers.1875
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11:06am Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Sadly the above post is factually incorrect. The Venky's cannot "inject £22million cash" without punishment, that's the whole point of financial fair play. The owners of a Championship club are limited to an injection of equity totalling £5million with a maximum loss of £8million in the season 2013/14.

Blackburn Rovers have posted annual losses for last season of £36.5million, and the coming season will see a further deficit of £8million due to the reduced parachute payment entering the third season in the Championship.

The fact that Blackburn Rovers losses vastly exceed £8million (including any owner equity injection) means that a transfer ban will be imposed on January 1 2015. The transfer ban will stay in place until the club complies with the restrictions, in other words you will continue to be punished until you get your house in order.

The Total Permitted losses are also being reduced, for the 2014/15 season this figure stands at a total of £6million (including owner injection) and from 2015/16 onwards it is just £5million.

"Failure to stay within the defined limits will lead to the imposition of sanctions. However, there will be no sanctions implemented during the first two seasons (2012/13 and 2013/14) in order to give clubs a sensible period of transition.

From the 2014/15 season, sanctions will be introduced that will differ depending on whether the club ultimately remained in the Championship, was promoted to the Premier League or was relegated to League 1.

Championship Clubs that fail to comply with the Financial Fair Play regulations (from December 1st 2014) will be subject to a transfer embargo. This embargo will come in to force ahead of the subsequent transfer window beginning on January 1, 2015. The embargo will remain in place until the club is able to meet the Financial Fair Play regulations."
Sadly the above post is factually incorrect. The Venky's cannot "inject £22million cash" without punishment, that's the whole point of financial fair play. The owners of a Championship club are limited to an injection of equity totalling £5million with a maximum loss of £8million in the season 2013/14. Blackburn Rovers have posted annual losses for last season of £36.5million, and the coming season will see a further deficit of £8million due to the reduced parachute payment entering the third season in the Championship. The fact that Blackburn Rovers losses vastly exceed £8million (including any owner equity injection) means that a transfer ban will be imposed on January 1 2015. The transfer ban will stay in place until the club complies with the restrictions, in other words you will continue to be punished until you get your house in order. The Total Permitted losses are also being reduced, for the 2014/15 season this figure stands at a total of £6million (including owner injection) and from 2015/16 onwards it is just £5million. "Failure to stay within the defined limits will lead to the imposition of sanctions. However, there will be no sanctions implemented during the first two seasons (2012/13 and 2013/14) in order to give clubs a sensible period of transition. From the 2014/15 season, sanctions will be introduced that will differ depending on whether the club ultimately remained in the Championship, was promoted to the Premier League or was relegated to League 1. Championship Clubs that fail to comply with the Financial Fair Play regulations (from December 1st 2014) will be subject to a transfer embargo. This embargo will come in to force ahead of the subsequent transfer window beginning on January 1, 2015. The embargo will remain in place until the club is able to meet the Financial Fair Play regulations." Super_Clarets
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12:14pm Wed 7 May 14

A Darener says...

SC this is just a question...as you seem to know all the rules re the running of football clubs. If a club is sold can the new owner inject as much equity into the club as he wishes, seeing as it his money to waste as he wants?
SC this is just a question...as you seem to know all the rules re the running of football clubs. If a club is sold can the new owner inject as much equity into the club as he wishes, seeing as it his money to waste as he wants? A Darener
  • Score: -1

12:32pm Wed 7 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

Again Burnley inbred scum go on some other clubs fan sites and ask them who they think the bigger club is

Blackburn Rovers-One of only 5 clubs to win the premier league
League Cup Winners 2002
Champions League Qualification
Top 6 in Premier League
Founder members of the Premier League
Won play offs and also automatic promotion

and then we have Burnley hahahaha......premie
r league on a string dont and wont work.

TRUST ME DOWN WITH A WIMPER NEXT SEASON..WHILST WE COME UP AND STAY UP
Again Burnley inbred scum go on some other clubs fan sites and ask them who they think the bigger club is Blackburn Rovers-One of only 5 clubs to win the premier league League Cup Winners 2002 Champions League Qualification Top 6 in Premier League Founder members of the Premier League Won play offs and also automatic promotion and then we have Burnley hahahaha......premie r league on a string dont and wont work. TRUST ME DOWN WITH A WIMPER NEXT SEASON..WHILST WE COME UP AND STAY UP RoversNorthEast
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12:37pm Wed 7 May 14

roverstid says...

Incest Each Sunday wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation."

Burnley had achieved that after 34 games...

Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.
If you're going to be smug you could at least be right. Burnley didn't have 70 points after 34 games this season, nor had they scored 70 goals by then either. Still, I hope you enjoy:

Your second promotion to the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 2001.

Your second season in the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 1993.

Your 53rd season in England's top flight. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers as far back as 1964.

You can 'pull on it' as much as you want, it still won't be bigger than ours.
Haha reeled a whopper in there didn't I... be honest with us Mungo just how long did you spend trying to find the error? It was actually 35 games for Burnley to get to 70 points, so well done you! Just a shame it took your team a further 11 games to come within 23 points of us though isn't it.

Also the todger analogy doesn't work any more given that your 34 year semi went decidedly floppy in March, and even though you have been attempting vigorously to pull and squeeze some life back into the old chap its just not showing any signs of rigidity is it?

And to make matters worse our promotion has now ensured that the Rovers flaccid tinkle is here to stay. And don't pretend you're not admiring our Premier League stonker because we all know you've been having a cheeky peek.
Oh dear, yet another mistake pointed out to you so you desperately attempt to pass it off as intentional. Tut tut. As with the majority of things you post on here, it's clearly not true, you're not fooling anybody. As for the 'analogy', it still works every time you spout some nonsense about being the bigger club when you're not (and you never will be).

Seriously, as if spending every waking moment trolling on internet sites wasn't bad enough, you're that stupid that you try using it as an acceptable excuse when somebody shows you up to be the clueless moron that you really are.

You'll be telling us next that you meant to post a reply using one of your other aliases. Pathetic.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
HA!

BUSTED!

its Dingle Dave really :)
[quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "Seventy points, 70 goals, plus-eight goal difference, 12 games unbeaten, three consecutive wins, two points behind sixth place and 26 clear of relegation." Burnley had achieved that after 34 games... Blackburn Rovers, forever in the Clarets shadow. Keep finding positives in a poor season, it's only going to get worse for you lot I'm afraid.[/p][/quote]If you're going to be smug you could at least be right. Burnley didn't have 70 points after 34 games this season, nor had they scored 70 goals by then either. Still, I hope you enjoy: Your second promotion to the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 2001. Your second season in the Premier League. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers in 1993. Your 53rd season in England's top flight. A feat achieved by Blackburn Rovers as far back as 1964. You can 'pull on it' as much as you want, it still won't be bigger than ours.[/p][/quote]Haha reeled a whopper in there didn't I... be honest with us Mungo just how long did you spend trying to find the error? It was actually 35 games for Burnley to get to 70 points, so well done you! Just a shame it took your team a further 11 games to come within 23 points of us though isn't it. Also the todger analogy doesn't work any more given that your 34 year semi went decidedly floppy in March, and even though you have been attempting vigorously to pull and squeeze some life back into the old chap its just not showing any signs of rigidity is it? And to make matters worse our promotion has now ensured that the Rovers flaccid tinkle is here to stay. And don't pretend you're not admiring our Premier League stonker because we all know you've been having a cheeky peek.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, yet another mistake pointed out to you so you desperately attempt to pass it off as intentional. Tut tut. As with the majority of things you post on here, it's clearly not true, you're not fooling anybody. As for the 'analogy', it still works every time you spout some nonsense about being the bigger club when you're not (and you never will be). Seriously, as if spending every waking moment trolling on internet sites wasn't bad enough, you're that stupid that you try using it as an acceptable excuse when somebody shows you up to be the clueless moron that you really are. You'll be telling us next that you meant to post a reply using one of your other aliases. Pathetic.[/p][/quote]HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HA! BUSTED! its Dingle Dave really :) roverstid
  • Score: 2

1:34pm Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

A Darener wrote:
SC this is just a question...as you seem to know all the rules re the running of football clubs. If a club is sold can the new owner inject as much equity into the club as he wishes, seeing as it his money to waste as he wants?
Equity injection refers to the purchase of shares of an ailing company to provide it with required operating capital. It basically frees up capital with the trade-off being a watering down of the company shares. The effective value of the company remains the same. As regard Blackburn Rovers, FFP limits the injection of equity to £5million this season (reducing in future seasons) to allow the club further breathing space as it works towards becoming self financing. This is within the rules. If that level is breached then sanctions are imposed, in this case a transfer ban until the loss is reduced to under £8million, or £6million as of next season.

If a club is sold the sale of the club has to pass the fit and proper persons test which is a test undergone by owners and directors of British football clubs in the hope that it prevents corrupt or untrustworthy businessmen from buying them (I believe Venky's slipped through the net on this one). So I would say no, there is no way of over paying for a club in the hope of sneaking millions of pounds in the back door as operating capital to fund an extravagant wage bill, this would not be fit and proper, this would in fact be classed as a corrupt practice.

FFP also aims to prevent the outrageous sponsorship deals such as PSG's back-dated deal with the Qatar Tourist Authority which is worth up to £165m a year. How can any other club compete with that?
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: SC this is just a question...as you seem to know all the rules re the running of football clubs. If a club is sold can the new owner inject as much equity into the club as he wishes, seeing as it his money to waste as he wants?[/p][/quote]Equity injection refers to the purchase of shares of an ailing company to provide it with required operating capital. It basically frees up capital with the trade-off being a watering down of the company shares. The effective value of the company remains the same. As regard Blackburn Rovers, FFP limits the injection of equity to £5million this season (reducing in future seasons) to allow the club further breathing space as it works towards becoming self financing. This is within the rules. If that level is breached then sanctions are imposed, in this case a transfer ban until the loss is reduced to under £8million, or £6million as of next season. If a club is sold the sale of the club has to pass the fit and proper persons test which is a test undergone by owners and directors of British football clubs in the hope that it prevents corrupt or untrustworthy businessmen from buying them (I believe Venky's slipped through the net on this one). So I would say no, there is no way of over paying for a club in the hope of sneaking millions of pounds in the back door as operating capital to fund an extravagant wage bill, this would not be fit and proper, this would in fact be classed as a corrupt practice. FFP also aims to prevent the outrageous sponsorship deals such as PSG's back-dated deal with the Qatar Tourist Authority which is worth up to £165m a year. How can any other club compete with that? Super_Clarets
  • Score: 1

1:48pm Wed 7 May 14

A Darener says...

Thanks for that.
I was thinking if Venky's set up a new company, sold the club to that company, fit and proper rules would apply, but they have already passed those.( How is any bodies business.) and then spent money as they wished?
Thanks for that. I was thinking if Venky's set up a new company, sold the club to that company, fit and proper rules would apply, but they have already passed those.( How is any bodies business.) and then spent money as they wished? A Darener
  • Score: -1

2:06pm Wed 7 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want.

This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top.

how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city???
Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets.

we the fans pay money to watch the best and we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker or a Roman Abramovich type.

Look who is charge at UEFA for an explanation to why English clubs get hammered...Real Madrid can spend and spend but no fines there etc.

On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer,again you cant survive in the premier league with there pathetic crown and ground and what is going to be a mediocre championship class side.

Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky.
FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want. This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top. how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets. we the fans pay money to watch the best and we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker or a Roman Abramovich type. Look who is charge at UEFA for an explanation to why English clubs get hammered...Real Madrid can spend and spend but no fines there etc. On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer,again you cant survive in the premier league with there pathetic crown and ground and what is going to be a mediocre championship class side. Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky. RoversNorthEast
  • Score: 2

2:18pm Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

I'm sorry I might not be understanding this correctly, are you proposing a scenario whereby a club sells itself to itself?

We're getting in to Shebby Singh territory here.

The losses relate to the club, not to the company that owns the club, the company that owns the club can therefore be trillionaires its irrelevant, the club itself has to make the money it spends, it cannot obtain money from outside sources. Otherwise we'd have clubs buying other clubs, and how would you feel if Blackburn Rovers became a wholly owned subsidiary of Burnley FC?

We've already owned you enough this season, we don't need to take it that far.
I'm sorry I might not be understanding this correctly, are you proposing a scenario whereby a club sells itself to itself? We're getting in to Shebby Singh territory here. The losses relate to the club, not to the company that owns the club, the company that owns the club can therefore be trillionaires its irrelevant, the club itself has to make the money it spends, it cannot obtain money from outside sources. Otherwise we'd have clubs buying other clubs, and how would you feel if Blackburn Rovers became a wholly owned subsidiary of Burnley FC? We've already owned you enough this season, we don't need to take it that far. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -1

2:24pm Wed 7 May 14

A Darener says...

No, no club can have an interest in more than one club. But if a clubs owners sold to another company all be it owned by the original owners but separate, then closed down the original company could the second company not invest what it liked?
No, no club can have an interest in more than one club. But if a clubs owners sold to another company all be it owned by the original owners but separate, then closed down the original company could the second company not invest what it liked? A Darener
  • Score: -1

2:34pm Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

A Darener wrote:
No, no club can have an interest in more than one club. But if a clubs owners sold to another company all be it owned by the original owners but separate, then closed down the original company could the second company not invest what it liked?
Anybody who takes over a club, runs one, or owns over 30% of its shares must be assessed. A business will fail the fit and proper test if:

1. They have power or influence over another Football League club.
2. They hold a significant interest in another Football League club.

I don't think there's any other way to dress it up. Venky's London can't sell BRFC to "Venky's Shadsworth" and in the process pump £100million into the club under the FFP radar. But I have to say it would not surprise me in the slightest if Venky's have considered this already.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: No, no club can have an interest in more than one club. But if a clubs owners sold to another company all be it owned by the original owners but separate, then closed down the original company could the second company not invest what it liked?[/p][/quote]Anybody who takes over a club, runs one, or owns over 30% of its shares must be assessed. A business will fail the fit and proper test if: 1. They have power or influence over another Football League club. 2. They hold a significant interest in another Football League club. I don't think there's any other way to dress it up. Venky's London can't sell BRFC to "Venky's Shadsworth" and in the process pump £100million into the club under the FFP radar. But I have to say it would not surprise me in the slightest if Venky's have considered this already. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 1

2:39pm Wed 7 May 14

A Darener says...

What if they sold the club to me, gave me £100M and I spent it on the club then sold it back to them?
What if they sold the club to me, gave me £100M and I spent it on the club then sold it back to them? A Darener
  • Score: -1

2:49pm Wed 7 May 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

Now Now A Darener
You're in la la land now time you your medication and a afternoon nap.
Now Now A Darener You're in la la land now time you your medication and a afternoon nap. .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: 1

2:54pm Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

RoversNorthEast wrote:
FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want.

This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top.

how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city???
Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets.

we the fans pay money to watch the best and we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker or a Roman Abramovich type.

Look who is charge at UEFA for an explanation to why English clubs get hammered...Real Madrid can spend and spend but no fines there etc.

On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer,again you cant survive in the premier league with there pathetic crown and ground and what is going to be a mediocre championship class side.

Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky.
"FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want."

That's exactly the sort of moronic attitude that saw Portsmouth drop from the Premier League to League Two, and your own club is now on that same slippery slope. Keep spending Mungo!


"This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top."

Its a rule put in place to prevent the problems of clubs dominating through unfair financial input generated outside of the club. It's to ensure that all clubs can be self sufficient in the longer term to prevent more Portsmouth incidents.


"how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets."

If Manchester City receive a sponsorship deal then that's because the sponsor wants to use the club as a vehicle to advertise its brand. Hence the success of the club relates to a successful brand name. If the club are not successful then the sponsor will invest elsewhere. Produce success on the pitch, achieve promotion and money will come into the club, its simple.


"...we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker..."

Its Jack Walkers millions that have put you in the position you are in today, you have lived for years in an artificial position funded by money pumped into the club from the proceeds of a Steel business sale by a wealthy fan. This continued after his death with the Walker Trust, then when the money ran out you found your true level. The fact that you now have to pay the price for all those years of living beyond your means is only fair and just.


"On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer"

And that just sums you up doesn't it. Pathetic jealousy from a desperate invertebrate with an inferiority complex.


"Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky."

I would say yes. Even the most deluded Blackburn Rovers fan can give us some credit for doing things the right way, even your own club have recently announced it will considers Burnley FC as a benchmark. Maintain a small tightly knit squad of talented and extremely fit players all giving 100% for the cause with no room for ego's. Or throw the odd Dickson Etuhu in there on a £35,000 a week 4 year contract?

Enjoy Brentford.
[quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want. This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top. how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets. we the fans pay money to watch the best and we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker or a Roman Abramovich type. Look who is charge at UEFA for an explanation to why English clubs get hammered...Real Madrid can spend and spend but no fines there etc. On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer,again you cant survive in the premier league with there pathetic crown and ground and what is going to be a mediocre championship class side. Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky.[/p][/quote]"FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want." That's exactly the sort of moronic attitude that saw Portsmouth drop from the Premier League to League Two, and your own club is now on that same slippery slope. Keep spending Mungo! "This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top." Its a rule put in place to prevent the problems of clubs dominating through unfair financial input generated outside of the club. It's to ensure that all clubs can be self sufficient in the longer term to prevent more Portsmouth incidents. "how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets." If Manchester City receive a sponsorship deal then that's because the sponsor wants to use the club as a vehicle to advertise its brand. Hence the success of the club relates to a successful brand name. If the club are not successful then the sponsor will invest elsewhere. Produce success on the pitch, achieve promotion and money will come into the club, its simple. "...we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker..." Its Jack Walkers millions that have put you in the position you are in today, you have lived for years in an artificial position funded by money pumped into the club from the proceeds of a Steel business sale by a wealthy fan. This continued after his death with the Walker Trust, then when the money ran out you found your true level. The fact that you now have to pay the price for all those years of living beyond your means is only fair and just. "On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer" And that just sums you up doesn't it. Pathetic jealousy from a desperate invertebrate with an inferiority complex. "Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky." I would say yes. Even the most deluded Blackburn Rovers fan can give us some credit for doing things the right way, even your own club have recently announced it will considers Burnley FC as a benchmark. Maintain a small tightly knit squad of talented and extremely fit players all giving 100% for the cause with no room for ego's. Or throw the odd Dickson Etuhu in there on a £35,000 a week 4 year contract? Enjoy Brentford. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -1

3:03pm Wed 7 May 14

A Darener says...

Exactly! Wondered how long it would take.
Now you know what it is like to keep reading all the nonsense written by Burnley fans on Blackburn Rovers topics.
Exactly! Wondered how long it would take. Now you know what it is like to keep reading all the nonsense written by Burnley fans on Blackburn Rovers topics. A Darener
  • Score: 1

3:18pm Wed 7 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

A Darener wrote:
What if they sold the club to me, gave me £100M and I spent it on the club then sold it back to them?
1. Where does the money come from to buy the club off Venky's?

2. Where do you think Venky's will get £100million from? They are rupee billionaires remember.

It doesn't matter who or what owns the club you cannot invest more than £5million of equity in the club during the current financial year.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: What if they sold the club to me, gave me £100M and I spent it on the club then sold it back to them?[/p][/quote]1. Where does the money come from to buy the club off Venky's? 2. Where do you think Venky's will get £100million from? They are rupee billionaires remember. It doesn't matter who or what owns the club you cannot invest more than £5million of equity in the club during the current financial year. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -1

3:38pm Wed 7 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
baldie wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed.

you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each.

down by Christmas Di**head
We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it.

Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.
That's a brave prediction,consideri



ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.
You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.
You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games.
On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it.
He did I'll confirm that. Selective memory thing again?
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: have you been to turf moor...lol surely you admit yourself its a s*** hole of a shed. you are going to get smashed next season..you will only sign players relegated premier league clubs release and,some unknown foreign cra* for around 2 mil each. down by Christmas Di**head[/p][/quote]We heard all this after we sold Austin you retard, and look what happened then. Down by Christmas? That's just about the time your transfer ban comes into force isn't it. Mid-table in the Premier League for us next year and you know it.[/p][/quote]That's a brave prediction,consideri ng you wouldn't even back them against Rovers a few weeks ago.[/p][/quote]You can keep trying to make yourself feel better by making things up but it doesn't change the fact that we beat you.[/p][/quote]You did beat us,yes,and it had been coming for the last two or three games. On the other point,don't embarrass yourself,we both know that you bottled it.[/p][/quote]He did I'll confirm that. Selective memory thing again? Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 1

5:55pm Wed 7 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want.

This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top.

how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city???
Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets.

we the fans pay money to watch the best and we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker or a Roman Abramovich type.

Look who is charge at UEFA for an explanation to why English clubs get hammered...Real Madrid can spend and spend but no fines there etc.

On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer,again you cant survive in the premier league with there pathetic crown and ground and what is going to be a mediocre championship class side.

Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky.
"FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want."

That's exactly the sort of moronic attitude that saw Portsmouth drop from the Premier League to League Two, and your own club is now on that same slippery slope. Keep spending Mungo!


"This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top."

Its a rule put in place to prevent the problems of clubs dominating through unfair financial input generated outside of the club. It's to ensure that all clubs can be self sufficient in the longer term to prevent more Portsmouth incidents.


"how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets."

If Manchester City receive a sponsorship deal then that's because the sponsor wants to use the club as a vehicle to advertise its brand. Hence the success of the club relates to a successful brand name. If the club are not successful then the sponsor will invest elsewhere. Produce success on the pitch, achieve promotion and money will come into the club, its simple.


"...we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker..."

Its Jack Walkers millions that have put you in the position you are in today, you have lived for years in an artificial position funded by money pumped into the club from the proceeds of a Steel business sale by a wealthy fan. This continued after his death with the Walker Trust, then when the money ran out you found your true level. The fact that you now have to pay the price for all those years of living beyond your means is only fair and just.


"On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer"

And that just sums you up doesn't it. Pathetic jealousy from a desperate invertebrate with an inferiority complex.


"Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky."

I would say yes. Even the most deluded Blackburn Rovers fan can give us some credit for doing things the right way, even your own club have recently announced it will considers Burnley FC as a benchmark. Maintain a small tightly knit squad of talented and extremely fit players all giving 100% for the cause with no room for ego's. Or throw the odd Dickson Etuhu in there on a £35,000 a week 4 year contract?

Enjoy Brentford.
Haha what a 6 fingered motherlover....your club is going to be a joke next season..you will get smashed to f***

you have no money and your ground is a joke..rusty sh** stained shed with wooden seats..or do you deny this regarding turd moor?

balance will be restored this time next season when we are back where we belong in the premier league and you are back down in the chumpionship

worst ground in the premier league by a mile..go on disagree with me lol..you cant

rat inbred my dad is my brother scum...you have the complex from years of spankings from rovers...you win one game against us and probably stayed up all night partying with your mam/sister...spendin
g your dole money on £1 bottles of cider before trudging down to the std clinic with your mam/sister ..then onto the jobcentre to sign on

haha DINGLE
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want. This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top. how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets. we the fans pay money to watch the best and we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker or a Roman Abramovich type. Look who is charge at UEFA for an explanation to why English clubs get hammered...Real Madrid can spend and spend but no fines there etc. On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer,again you cant survive in the premier league with there pathetic crown and ground and what is going to be a mediocre championship class side. Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky.[/p][/quote]"FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want." That's exactly the sort of moronic attitude that saw Portsmouth drop from the Premier League to League Two, and your own club is now on that same slippery slope. Keep spending Mungo! "This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top." Its a rule put in place to prevent the problems of clubs dominating through unfair financial input generated outside of the club. It's to ensure that all clubs can be self sufficient in the longer term to prevent more Portsmouth incidents. "how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets." If Manchester City receive a sponsorship deal then that's because the sponsor wants to use the club as a vehicle to advertise its brand. Hence the success of the club relates to a successful brand name. If the club are not successful then the sponsor will invest elsewhere. Produce success on the pitch, achieve promotion and money will come into the club, its simple. "...we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker..." Its Jack Walkers millions that have put you in the position you are in today, you have lived for years in an artificial position funded by money pumped into the club from the proceeds of a Steel business sale by a wealthy fan. This continued after his death with the Walker Trust, then when the money ran out you found your true level. The fact that you now have to pay the price for all those years of living beyond your means is only fair and just. "On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer" And that just sums you up doesn't it. Pathetic jealousy from a desperate invertebrate with an inferiority complex. "Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky." I would say yes. Even the most deluded Blackburn Rovers fan can give us some credit for doing things the right way, even your own club have recently announced it will considers Burnley FC as a benchmark. Maintain a small tightly knit squad of talented and extremely fit players all giving 100% for the cause with no room for ego's. Or throw the odd Dickson Etuhu in there on a £35,000 a week 4 year contract? Enjoy Brentford.[/p][/quote]Haha what a 6 fingered motherlover....your club is going to be a joke next season..you will get smashed to f*** you have no money and your ground is a joke..rusty sh** stained shed with wooden seats..or do you deny this regarding turd moor? balance will be restored this time next season when we are back where we belong in the premier league and you are back down in the chumpionship worst ground in the premier league by a mile..go on disagree with me lol..you cant rat inbred my dad is my brother scum...you have the complex from years of spankings from rovers...you win one game against us and probably stayed up all night partying with your mam/sister...spendin g your dole money on £1 bottles of cider before trudging down to the std clinic with your mam/sister ..then onto the jobcentre to sign on haha DINGLE RoversNorthEast
  • Score: 1

9:16am Thu 8 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

RoversNorthEast wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want.

This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top.

how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city???
Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets.

we the fans pay money to watch the best and we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker or a Roman Abramovich type.

Look who is charge at UEFA for an explanation to why English clubs get hammered...Real Madrid can spend and spend but no fines there etc.

On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer,again you cant survive in the premier league with there pathetic crown and ground and what is going to be a mediocre championship class side.

Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky.
"FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want."

That's exactly the sort of moronic attitude that saw Portsmouth drop from the Premier League to League Two, and your own club is now on that same slippery slope. Keep spending Mungo!


"This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top."

Its a rule put in place to prevent the problems of clubs dominating through unfair financial input generated outside of the club. It's to ensure that all clubs can be self sufficient in the longer term to prevent more Portsmouth incidents.


"how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets."

If Manchester City receive a sponsorship deal then that's because the sponsor wants to use the club as a vehicle to advertise its brand. Hence the success of the club relates to a successful brand name. If the club are not successful then the sponsor will invest elsewhere. Produce success on the pitch, achieve promotion and money will come into the club, its simple.


"...we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker..."

Its Jack Walkers millions that have put you in the position you are in today, you have lived for years in an artificial position funded by money pumped into the club from the proceeds of a Steel business sale by a wealthy fan. This continued after his death with the Walker Trust, then when the money ran out you found your true level. The fact that you now have to pay the price for all those years of living beyond your means is only fair and just.


"On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer"

And that just sums you up doesn't it. Pathetic jealousy from a desperate invertebrate with an inferiority complex.


"Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky."

I would say yes. Even the most deluded Blackburn Rovers fan can give us some credit for doing things the right way, even your own club have recently announced it will considers Burnley FC as a benchmark. Maintain a small tightly knit squad of talented and extremely fit players all giving 100% for the cause with no room for ego's. Or throw the odd Dickson Etuhu in there on a £35,000 a week 4 year contract?

Enjoy Brentford.
Haha what a 6 fingered motherlover....your club is going to be a joke next season..you will get smashed to f***

you have no money and your ground is a joke..rusty sh** stained shed with wooden seats..or do you deny this regarding turd moor?

balance will be restored this time next season when we are back where we belong in the premier league and you are back down in the chumpionship

worst ground in the premier league by a mile..go on disagree with me lol..you cant

rat inbred my dad is my brother scum...you have the complex from years of spankings from rovers...you win one game against us and probably stayed up all night partying with your mam/sister...spendin

g your dole money on £1 bottles of cider before trudging down to the std clinic with your mam/sister ..then onto the jobcentre to sign on

haha DINGLE
All of the above.

But it doesn't change the fact that you lost to Burnley at Ewood Park, Burnley then got promoted to the Premier League, and to top it off the 3 points we took off you morons were the very three that kept you out of the play-off's.

Don't cry Mungo.
[quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want. This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top. how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets. we the fans pay money to watch the best and we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker or a Roman Abramovich type. Look who is charge at UEFA for an explanation to why English clubs get hammered...Real Madrid can spend and spend but no fines there etc. On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer,again you cant survive in the premier league with there pathetic crown and ground and what is going to be a mediocre championship class side. Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky.[/p][/quote]"FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want." That's exactly the sort of moronic attitude that saw Portsmouth drop from the Premier League to League Two, and your own club is now on that same slippery slope. Keep spending Mungo! "This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top." Its a rule put in place to prevent the problems of clubs dominating through unfair financial input generated outside of the club. It's to ensure that all clubs can be self sufficient in the longer term to prevent more Portsmouth incidents. "how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets." If Manchester City receive a sponsorship deal then that's because the sponsor wants to use the club as a vehicle to advertise its brand. Hence the success of the club relates to a successful brand name. If the club are not successful then the sponsor will invest elsewhere. Produce success on the pitch, achieve promotion and money will come into the club, its simple. "...we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker..." Its Jack Walkers millions that have put you in the position you are in today, you have lived for years in an artificial position funded by money pumped into the club from the proceeds of a Steel business sale by a wealthy fan. This continued after his death with the Walker Trust, then when the money ran out you found your true level. The fact that you now have to pay the price for all those years of living beyond your means is only fair and just. "On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer" And that just sums you up doesn't it. Pathetic jealousy from a desperate invertebrate with an inferiority complex. "Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky." I would say yes. Even the most deluded Blackburn Rovers fan can give us some credit for doing things the right way, even your own club have recently announced it will considers Burnley FC as a benchmark. Maintain a small tightly knit squad of talented and extremely fit players all giving 100% for the cause with no room for ego's. Or throw the odd Dickson Etuhu in there on a £35,000 a week 4 year contract? Enjoy Brentford.[/p][/quote]Haha what a 6 fingered motherlover....your club is going to be a joke next season..you will get smashed to f*** you have no money and your ground is a joke..rusty sh** stained shed with wooden seats..or do you deny this regarding turd moor? balance will be restored this time next season when we are back where we belong in the premier league and you are back down in the chumpionship worst ground in the premier league by a mile..go on disagree with me lol..you cant rat inbred my dad is my brother scum...you have the complex from years of spankings from rovers...you win one game against us and probably stayed up all night partying with your mam/sister...spendin g your dole money on £1 bottles of cider before trudging down to the std clinic with your mam/sister ..then onto the jobcentre to sign on haha DINGLE[/p][/quote]All of the above. But it doesn't change the fact that you lost to Burnley at Ewood Park, Burnley then got promoted to the Premier League, and to top it off the 3 points we took off you morons were the very three that kept you out of the play-off's. Don't cry Mungo. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -1

2:01pm Thu 8 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want.

This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top.

how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city???
Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets.

we the fans pay money to watch the best and we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker or a Roman Abramovich type.

Look who is charge at UEFA for an explanation to why English clubs get hammered...Real Madrid can spend and spend but no fines there etc.

On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer,again you cant survive in the premier league with there pathetic crown and ground and what is going to be a mediocre championship class side.

Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky.
"FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want."

That's exactly the sort of moronic attitude that saw Portsmouth drop from the Premier League to League Two, and your own club is now on that same slippery slope. Keep spending Mungo!


"This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top."

Its a rule put in place to prevent the problems of clubs dominating through unfair financial input generated outside of the club. It's to ensure that all clubs can be self sufficient in the longer term to prevent more Portsmouth incidents.


"how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets."

If Manchester City receive a sponsorship deal then that's because the sponsor wants to use the club as a vehicle to advertise its brand. Hence the success of the club relates to a successful brand name. If the club are not successful then the sponsor will invest elsewhere. Produce success on the pitch, achieve promotion and money will come into the club, its simple.


"...we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker..."

Its Jack Walkers millions that have put you in the position you are in today, you have lived for years in an artificial position funded by money pumped into the club from the proceeds of a Steel business sale by a wealthy fan. This continued after his death with the Walker Trust, then when the money ran out you found your true level. The fact that you now have to pay the price for all those years of living beyond your means is only fair and just.


"On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer"

And that just sums you up doesn't it. Pathetic jealousy from a desperate invertebrate with an inferiority complex.


"Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky."

I would say yes. Even the most deluded Blackburn Rovers fan can give us some credit for doing things the right way, even your own club have recently announced it will considers Burnley FC as a benchmark. Maintain a small tightly knit squad of talented and extremely fit players all giving 100% for the cause with no room for ego's. Or throw the odd Dickson Etuhu in there on a £35,000 a week 4 year contract?

Enjoy Brentford.
Haha what a 6 fingered motherlover....your club is going to be a joke next season..you will get smashed to f***

you have no money and your ground is a joke..rusty sh** stained shed with wooden seats..or do you deny this regarding turd moor?

balance will be restored this time next season when we are back where we belong in the premier league and you are back down in the chumpionship

worst ground in the premier league by a mile..go on disagree with me lol..you cant

rat inbred my dad is my brother scum...you have the complex from years of spankings from rovers...you win one game against us and probably stayed up all night partying with your mam/sister...spendin


g your dole money on £1 bottles of cider before trudging down to the std clinic with your mam/sister ..then onto the jobcentre to sign on

haha DINGLE
All of the above.

But it doesn't change the fact that you lost to Burnley at Ewood Park, Burnley then got promoted to the Premier League, and to top it off the 3 points we took off you morons were the very three that kept you out of the play-off's.

Don't cry Mungo.
We are a BIGGER club...get over it .....Jealous ...I bet you were gutted the day we won the Premier League and in 2002 when we won the League Cup...Big teams win things ..we have won two trophies and finished Second in the Premier League and in the top 6 a lot.....Europe on many occasions and the Champions League in an age when only the Champions qualified ....we would have been in many more times if it was the top 4 back then...

We have gained promotion and also won play off's..had the best striker in England playing for us and some top top players.....then we have

DINGLE INBRED BURNLEY....hahaha

and don't give me the living in the past bulls***...class is permanent or didn't you know that?

We only down because of mismanagement and agent corruption,we will back before long then sold to someone with sense who will keep us where we belong.

You are in the premier league after a fluke of a season...simple as that and you will be sent down next season.

Now Jog on Dingle your Mammy and Daddy(Or is it?)want you to join in there cider drinking shenanigans...p.s its not right she;s still your sister!!!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want. This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top. how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets. we the fans pay money to watch the best and we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker or a Roman Abramovich type. Look who is charge at UEFA for an explanation to why English clubs get hammered...Real Madrid can spend and spend but no fines there etc. On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer,again you cant survive in the premier league with there pathetic crown and ground and what is going to be a mediocre championship class side. Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky.[/p][/quote]"FFP Is a joke...and clubs should be allowed to spend whatever they can or want." That's exactly the sort of moronic attitude that saw Portsmouth drop from the Premier League to League Two, and your own club is now on that same slippery slope. Keep spending Mungo! "This silly rule is there to stop English clubs dominating in Europe and also to keep the likes of Man Utd at the top." Its a rule put in place to prevent the problems of clubs dominating through unfair financial input generated outside of the club. It's to ensure that all clubs can be self sufficient in the longer term to prevent more Portsmouth incidents. "how can clubs like Blackburn compete with the likes of Utd or city??? Man Utd makes more from its training gear sponsorship than rovers do from all of its earnings and assets." If Manchester City receive a sponsorship deal then that's because the sponsor wants to use the club as a vehicle to advertise its brand. Hence the success of the club relates to a successful brand name. If the club are not successful then the sponsor will invest elsewhere. Produce success on the pitch, achieve promotion and money will come into the club, its simple. "...we should all be allowed the dream and hope that one day our club can be bought by a Jack Walker..." Its Jack Walkers millions that have put you in the position you are in today, you have lived for years in an artificial position funded by money pumped into the club from the proceeds of a Steel business sale by a wealthy fan. This continued after his death with the Walker Trust, then when the money ran out you found your true level. The fact that you now have to pay the price for all those years of living beyond your means is only fair and just. "On a lighter note..Burnley have no chance next season and I for one will be cheering on every humiliating defeat they suffer" And that just sums you up doesn't it. Pathetic jealousy from a desperate invertebrate with an inferiority complex. "Am I the only one to think there promotion this season was a fluke and very lucky." I would say yes. Even the most deluded Blackburn Rovers fan can give us some credit for doing things the right way, even your own club have recently announced it will considers Burnley FC as a benchmark. Maintain a small tightly knit squad of talented and extremely fit players all giving 100% for the cause with no room for ego's. Or throw the odd Dickson Etuhu in there on a £35,000 a week 4 year contract? Enjoy Brentford.[/p][/quote]Haha what a 6 fingered motherlover....your club is going to be a joke next season..you will get smashed to f*** you have no money and your ground is a joke..rusty sh** stained shed with wooden seats..or do you deny this regarding turd moor? balance will be restored this time next season when we are back where we belong in the premier league and you are back down in the chumpionship worst ground in the premier league by a mile..go on disagree with me lol..you cant rat inbred my dad is my brother scum...you have the complex from years of spankings from rovers...you win one game against us and probably stayed up all night partying with your mam/sister...spendin g your dole money on £1 bottles of cider before trudging down to the std clinic with your mam/sister ..then onto the jobcentre to sign on haha DINGLE[/p][/quote]All of the above. But it doesn't change the fact that you lost to Burnley at Ewood Park, Burnley then got promoted to the Premier League, and to top it off the 3 points we took off you morons were the very three that kept you out of the play-off's. Don't cry Mungo.[/p][/quote]We are a BIGGER club...get over it .....Jealous ...I bet you were gutted the day we won the Premier League and in 2002 when we won the League Cup...Big teams win things ..we have won two trophies and finished Second in the Premier League and in the top 6 a lot.....Europe on many occasions and the Champions League in an age when only the Champions qualified ....we would have been in many more times if it was the top 4 back then... We have gained promotion and also won play off's..had the best striker in England playing for us and some top top players.....then we have DINGLE INBRED BURNLEY....hahaha and don't give me the living in the past bulls***...class is permanent or didn't you know that? We only down because of mismanagement and agent corruption,we will back before long then sold to someone with sense who will keep us where we belong. You are in the premier league after a fluke of a season...simple as that and you will be sent down next season. Now Jog on Dingle your Mammy and Daddy(Or is it?)want you to join in there cider drinking shenanigans...p.s its not right she;s still your sister!!! RoversNorthEast
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