Storming finish to season gives us belief, says Rovers ace Spurr

This Is Lancashire: Storming finish to season gives us belief, says Rovers ace Spurr Storming finish to season gives us belief, says Rovers ace Spurr

TOMMY Spurr believes Blackburn Rovers’ storming end to the season should give the fans who have taken him to their hearts real hope of a promotion-winning campaign.

Rovers signed off for the 2013-14 season with a 4-3 victory over Wigan Athletic last weekend which stretched their unbeaten run to 12 matches.

That is the club’s longest unbeaten league run since they famously won the Premiership in 1994-95.

However the sequence of six wins and six draws was not enough to secure Gary Bowyer’s new-look side a place in the play-offs.

That means Rovers will spend a third successive campaign in the Championship.

But left-back Spurr, whose fine form was this week rewarded with a contract extension, reckons there is reason to believe the club’s top-flight exile can come to an end next season.

“To go 12 games unbeaten is tough, especially at the tough end of the season when teams really need results,” said Spurr, whose new deal ties him to Rovers until June 2016.

“It’s all credit to the lads that we’ve gone out and got results.

“Yes during those 12 games we should have picked up more points if you look at games like Sheffield Wednesday and Millwall.

“But there are ifs and buts you could look back on all season.

“Overall I think it’s been a positive season and I think we’ve given the fans something to look forward to next season and given them a bit of hope that we’re going to be up there challenging for promotion.”

Rovers would have finished inside the play-offs places, rather than two points outside of them, had they not conceded late goals in drawing at home to Brighton & Hove Albion and away to Sheffield Wednesday.

But Spurr reckons the fact that Rovers got so close to the top six, after so much upheaval, should not be taken for granted.

“There has been a massive change of personnel here this year and a lot of new players,” said the 26-year-old, who finished third in the club’s player of the year poll, as voted by supporters.

“It has taken time for us to gel and find the best way for us to play.

“Obviously we’ve gone 12 games unbeaten and that’s a massive step from where we were earlier in the season when we were struggling for consistency.

“Since halfway through the season we’ve been a lot more consistent.

“We’ve sorted out our away form, kept winning games at home and we’ve finished the season scoring a lot of goals.”

Spurr, himself, has been a model of consistency.

And he would have been the only player to start every Championship match had a groin injury not ruled him out of the final three games of the campaign.

Spurr said: “I was disappointed not to get all 46 games under my belt but I’m just delighted to be part of a good side here and a good atmosphere.

“The lads are pulling together, there is a confidence and we expect to do well.”

Rovers, meanwhile, have no interest in signing Walsall striker Craig Westcarr on a free transfer.

Reports have linked the 29-year-old free agent with the Ewood Park outfit after he opted against signing a new contract with the League One outfit.

But Westcarr, who scored 17 goals for Walsall last season, is not on Rovers boss Bowyer’s shortlist.

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9:23am Fri 9 May 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars..
Where all doomed i tell thee
Out with the cowboys and indians
Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars.. Where all doomed i tell thee Out with the cowboys and indians .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: -24

9:25am Fri 9 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

KH1
KH1 Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: -3

9:26am Fri 9 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars..
Where all doomed i tell thee
Out with the cowboys and indians
HH1
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars.. Where all doomed i tell thee Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]HH1 Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: -3

9:44am Fri 9 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x Super_Clarets
  • Score: -25

9:52am Fri 9 May 14

Tatts says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
Rovers obsessed Dingle!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]Rovers obsessed Dingle! Tatts
  • Score: 14

10:00am Fri 9 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

A lot of this run was based on outscoring the opposition, good to watch though frustrating how many goals were given away too softly. Once the defence is squared up with only a RB/CH required then that is the real source of optimism if the goals keep flowing. As they can now come from anywhere rather than heavily relying on Rhodes it's looking good. First time in a long time that I can't wait for next season.
A lot of this run was based on outscoring the opposition, good to watch though frustrating how many goals were given away too softly. Once the defence is squared up with only a RB/CH required then that is the real source of optimism if the goals keep flowing. As they can now come from anywhere rather than heavily relying on Rhodes it's looking good. First time in a long time that I can't wait for next season. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 12

10:07am Fri 9 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
“It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime”. Often been stated in the media since Venky’s took charge of Rovers and were relegated. Translated this means the club is underachieving in the Championship, has solid infrastructure and should expect to do better.

Whenever Burnley were even in the top 6 of the Championship this season, pundits lauded the achievement of Dyche "with such limited resources". Translated this means it’s a p!ss pot of a club with no support and was going well beyond it’s means to even do well in the Championship. The club can therefore only now expect to do worse.

The Dingles will rediscover their level, which is well acknowledged by anyone further afield than Padiham to be at best the Championship, more likely below. In the meantime their Directors will need to manage a large cash flow and sooner or later the wheels will come off. A little like giving £120M to a crack addict. Future turmoil beckons………
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]“It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime”. Often been stated in the media since Venky’s took charge of Rovers and were relegated. Translated this means the club is underachieving in the Championship, has solid infrastructure and should expect to do better. Whenever Burnley were even in the top 6 of the Championship this season, pundits lauded the achievement of Dyche "with such limited resources". Translated this means it’s a p!ss pot of a club with no support and was going well beyond it’s means to even do well in the Championship. The club can therefore only now expect to do worse. The Dingles will rediscover their level, which is well acknowledged by anyone further afield than Padiham to be at best the Championship, more likely below. In the meantime their Directors will need to manage a large cash flow and sooner or later the wheels will come off. A little like giving £120M to a crack addict. Future turmoil beckons……… TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 38

10:36am Fri 9 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
KH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]KH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 0

10:56am Fri 9 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
“It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime”. Often been stated in the media since Venky’s took charge of Rovers and were relegated. Translated this means the club is underachieving in the Championship, has solid infrastructure and should expect to do better.

Whenever Burnley were even in the top 6 of the Championship this season, pundits lauded the achievement of Dyche "with such limited resources". Translated this means it’s a p!ss pot of a club with no support and was going well beyond it’s means to even do well in the Championship. The club can therefore only now expect to do worse.

The Dingles will rediscover their level, which is well acknowledged by anyone further afield than Padiham to be at best the Championship, more likely below. In the meantime their Directors will need to manage a large cash flow and sooner or later the wheels will come off. A little like giving £120M to a crack addict. Future turmoil beckons………
"It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime" Show me one instance of where this has been quoted in the media this season. It hasn't.

You are not a Premier League club, you ceased to be a Premier League club when you were relegated in disgrace with a caped chicken on the pitch, remember that? I do. Blackburn Rovers will never again experience top flight football.

You are £60million in debt and about to pay the price for years of overspending to fund a false position. You have achieved nothing without the massive unfair financial advantage you had over other teams as will be seen next season when the real clubs in the Championship show you up for what you are. Take away the likes of Rhodes, who single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running and you will be truly up sh!t creek.

A viable future for Blackburn Rovers depended on promotion, you know this, we know this. You needed to achieve promotion at the first attempt, or at the very least, and with major restructuring, at the second attempt.

BUT OH DEAR.... you have failed miserably.

You now enter your third financially draining season outside of the top flight, still desperately clinging to the notion that you are a Premier League club whilst serving a transfer ban for cheating, having a player under investigation for match-fixing, having to sell or pay off your higher earners at a massive cost thereby extended the transfer ban terms, and all the while the Clarets sit proudly a division above you, a true Premier League club, benefitting from a minimum £120million and moving head and shoulders above you clowns in all departments. And in passing you on the way, we handed you a beating to silence your infernal yapping once and for all. Sweet.

Face it Tom, the free ride is over, you have nothing left, your club is being bummed into submission and there isn't a single thing you can do about it, other than brace yourself.

BLACKBURN ROVERS - STAYING DOWN FOREVER.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]“It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime”. Often been stated in the media since Venky’s took charge of Rovers and were relegated. Translated this means the club is underachieving in the Championship, has solid infrastructure and should expect to do better. Whenever Burnley were even in the top 6 of the Championship this season, pundits lauded the achievement of Dyche "with such limited resources". Translated this means it’s a p!ss pot of a club with no support and was going well beyond it’s means to even do well in the Championship. The club can therefore only now expect to do worse. The Dingles will rediscover their level, which is well acknowledged by anyone further afield than Padiham to be at best the Championship, more likely below. In the meantime their Directors will need to manage a large cash flow and sooner or later the wheels will come off. A little like giving £120M to a crack addict. Future turmoil beckons………[/p][/quote]"It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime" Show me one instance of where this has been quoted in the media this season. It hasn't. You are not a Premier League club, you ceased to be a Premier League club when you were relegated in disgrace with a caped chicken on the pitch, remember that? I do. Blackburn Rovers will never again experience top flight football. You are £60million in debt and about to pay the price for years of overspending to fund a false position. You have achieved nothing without the massive unfair financial advantage you had over other teams as will be seen next season when the real clubs in the Championship show you up for what you are. Take away the likes of Rhodes, who single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running and you will be truly up sh!t creek. A viable future for Blackburn Rovers depended on promotion, you know this, we know this. You needed to achieve promotion at the first attempt, or at the very least, and with major restructuring, at the second attempt. BUT OH DEAR.... you have failed miserably. You now enter your third financially draining season outside of the top flight, still desperately clinging to the notion that you are a Premier League club whilst serving a transfer ban for cheating, having a player under investigation for match-fixing, having to sell or pay off your higher earners at a massive cost thereby extended the transfer ban terms, and all the while the Clarets sit proudly a division above you, a true Premier League club, benefitting from a minimum £120million and moving head and shoulders above you clowns in all departments. And in passing you on the way, we handed you a beating to silence your infernal yapping once and for all. Sweet. Face it Tom, the free ride is over, you have nothing left, your club is being bummed into submission and there isn't a single thing you can do about it, other than brace yourself. BLACKBURN ROVERS - STAYING DOWN FOREVER. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -5

10:58am Fri 9 May 14

owd nick says...

I like the way GB does business, he has basically signed decent players who have great attitudes on "prove yourself" salaries, and once they have proved themselves extends the contracts.

That makes both the club and player more secure and is a massive change from the debacles of the Kean through to Shebby periods of total mismanagement.

Lots of golf to play in between but I am really looking forward to next season, my daughter tells me we are going to a lot of away games as well.

Bet she isn't paying lol.
I like the way GB does business, he has basically signed decent players who have great attitudes on "prove yourself" salaries, and once they have proved themselves extends the contracts. That makes both the club and player more secure and is a massive change from the debacles of the Kean through to Shebby periods of total mismanagement. Lots of golf to play in between but I am really looking forward to next season, my daughter tells me we are going to a lot of away games as well. Bet she isn't paying lol. owd nick
  • Score: 12

10:59am Fri 9 May 14

digitusjonfred says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
feckin idiot !!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]feckin idiot !! digitusjonfred
  • Score: 6

11:14am Fri 9 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Rock on Tommy Spurr.........It's good to see the players full of confidence now after that 12 match unbeaten run. Confidence was lacking early season and it showed but hardly surprising after all the upheaval. Looking forward to next season when after a bit of tweaking and one or two signings we should be stronger still.
Will be interesting to see what Bowyer has to say about that (signings) after his return from India.
Rock on Tommy Spurr.........It's good to see the players full of confidence now after that 12 match unbeaten run. Confidence was lacking early season and it showed but hardly surprising after all the upheaval. Looking forward to next season when after a bit of tweaking and one or two signings we should be stronger still. Will be interesting to see what Bowyer has to say about that (signings) after his return from India. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 10

11:32am Fri 9 May 14

CorkyMac says...

Ifs and buts serve no reflection space now, we have finished 8th and there Is no changing that, no matter how many times we analyze points dropped.

But one thing for certain, If they start next season with the believe and confidence gained at the end of this season, then I see no reason why we won't reach the play offs If not an automatic place, with a couple of decent additions to the squad.

Things are looking up Rovers, let's show people how to get In the Premiership and stay there, not just one season wonders!
Ifs and buts serve no reflection space now, we have finished 8th and there Is no changing that, no matter how many times we analyze points dropped. But one thing for certain, If they start next season with the believe and confidence gained at the end of this season, then I see no reason why we won't reach the play offs If not an automatic place, with a couple of decent additions to the squad. Things are looking up Rovers, let's show people how to get In the Premiership and stay there, not just one season wonders! CorkyMac
  • Score: 9

11:48am Fri 9 May 14

theswayzeexpress says...

Make no mistake it'll be tough next year with Fulham, Cardiff, Norwich, forest, reading, Ipswich, probably Leeds or Watford, 3 of Brighton/qpr/derby/W
igan and not forgetting wolves. What matters most this summer is keeping the squad together and harnessing the team spirit that carried us through the back end of the season, add a couple of young hungry players and we'll be up there no doubt.

On another note, can we please stop replying to comments made by super_clarets. Treat him like a wasp, if we ignore him he'll go away.
Make no mistake it'll be tough next year with Fulham, Cardiff, Norwich, forest, reading, Ipswich, probably Leeds or Watford, 3 of Brighton/qpr/derby/W igan and not forgetting wolves. What matters most this summer is keeping the squad together and harnessing the team spirit that carried us through the back end of the season, add a couple of young hungry players and we'll be up there no doubt. On another note, can we please stop replying to comments made by super_clarets. Treat him like a wasp, if we ignore him he'll go away. theswayzeexpress
  • Score: 8

12:00pm Fri 9 May 14

Burnley59/60 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
Stupid cnnent mate as Dumb as The Rubbish Turfnoor Tom Comes out with Im sure The Blues will play us the season after next in The Top Flight do you have no sense of history a season without playing them is **** I love the derby.I hope Venkys get lost and They are back in true Blackburn fans hands soon
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]Stupid cnnent mate as Dumb as The Rubbish Turfnoor Tom Comes out with Im sure The Blues will play us the season after next in The Top Flight do you have no sense of history a season without playing them is **** I love the derby.I hope Venkys get lost and They are back in true Blackburn fans hands soon Burnley59/60
  • Score: 15

12:03pm Fri 9 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
“It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime”. Often been stated in the media since Venky’s took charge of Rovers and were relegated. Translated this means the club is underachieving in the Championship, has solid infrastructure and should expect to do better.

Whenever Burnley were even in the top 6 of the Championship this season, pundits lauded the achievement of Dyche "with such limited resources". Translated this means it’s a p!ss pot of a club with no support and was going well beyond it’s means to even do well in the Championship. The club can therefore only now expect to do worse.

The Dingles will rediscover their level, which is well acknowledged by anyone further afield than Padiham to be at best the Championship, more likely below. In the meantime their Directors will need to manage a large cash flow and sooner or later the wheels will come off. A little like giving £120M to a crack addict. Future turmoil beckons………
"It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime" Show me one instance of where this has been quoted in the media this season. It hasn't.

You are not a Premier League club, you ceased to be a Premier League club when you were relegated in disgrace with a caped chicken on the pitch, remember that? I do. Blackburn Rovers will never again experience top flight football.

You are £60million in debt and about to pay the price for years of overspending to fund a false position. You have achieved nothing without the massive unfair financial advantage you had over other teams as will be seen next season when the real clubs in the Championship show you up for what you are. Take away the likes of Rhodes, who single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running and you will be truly up sh!t creek.

A viable future for Blackburn Rovers depended on promotion, you know this, we know this. You needed to achieve promotion at the first attempt, or at the very least, and with major restructuring, at the second attempt.

BUT OH DEAR.... you have failed miserably.

You now enter your third financially draining season outside of the top flight, still desperately clinging to the notion that you are a Premier League club whilst serving a transfer ban for cheating, having a player under investigation for match-fixing, having to sell or pay off your higher earners at a massive cost thereby extended the transfer ban terms, and all the while the Clarets sit proudly a division above you, a true Premier League club, benefitting from a minimum £120million and moving head and shoulders above you clowns in all departments. And in passing you on the way, we handed you a beating to silence your infernal yapping once and for all. Sweet.

Face it Tom, the free ride is over, you have nothing left, your club is being bummed into submission and there isn't a single thing you can do about it, other than brace yourself.

BLACKBURN ROVERS - STAYING DOWN FOREVER.
Best, Etuhu, Goodwillie etc to clear in the next year or 2. Max cost about £10M, though ideally they won't want to throw their careers away and will push moves through sooner. Other than that with this squad it's back to the equivalent of when we were knocking on the door of Div 1 under Mackay with Garner, Sellars, Price et al. A time when Burnley nearly fell out of the ar5e end of the league for good reason - it's the natural level of the deprived little club in the deprived little town. Natural order always restores itself. The future looks entertaining. Can't wait.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]“It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime”. Often been stated in the media since Venky’s took charge of Rovers and were relegated. Translated this means the club is underachieving in the Championship, has solid infrastructure and should expect to do better. Whenever Burnley were even in the top 6 of the Championship this season, pundits lauded the achievement of Dyche "with such limited resources". Translated this means it’s a p!ss pot of a club with no support and was going well beyond it’s means to even do well in the Championship. The club can therefore only now expect to do worse. The Dingles will rediscover their level, which is well acknowledged by anyone further afield than Padiham to be at best the Championship, more likely below. In the meantime their Directors will need to manage a large cash flow and sooner or later the wheels will come off. A little like giving £120M to a crack addict. Future turmoil beckons………[/p][/quote]"It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime" Show me one instance of where this has been quoted in the media this season. It hasn't. You are not a Premier League club, you ceased to be a Premier League club when you were relegated in disgrace with a caped chicken on the pitch, remember that? I do. Blackburn Rovers will never again experience top flight football. You are £60million in debt and about to pay the price for years of overspending to fund a false position. You have achieved nothing without the massive unfair financial advantage you had over other teams as will be seen next season when the real clubs in the Championship show you up for what you are. Take away the likes of Rhodes, who single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running and you will be truly up sh!t creek. A viable future for Blackburn Rovers depended on promotion, you know this, we know this. You needed to achieve promotion at the first attempt, or at the very least, and with major restructuring, at the second attempt. BUT OH DEAR.... you have failed miserably. You now enter your third financially draining season outside of the top flight, still desperately clinging to the notion that you are a Premier League club whilst serving a transfer ban for cheating, having a player under investigation for match-fixing, having to sell or pay off your higher earners at a massive cost thereby extended the transfer ban terms, and all the while the Clarets sit proudly a division above you, a true Premier League club, benefitting from a minimum £120million and moving head and shoulders above you clowns in all departments. And in passing you on the way, we handed you a beating to silence your infernal yapping once and for all. Sweet. Face it Tom, the free ride is over, you have nothing left, your club is being bummed into submission and there isn't a single thing you can do about it, other than brace yourself. BLACKBURN ROVERS - STAYING DOWN FOREVER.[/p][/quote]Best, Etuhu, Goodwillie etc to clear in the next year or 2. Max cost about £10M, though ideally they won't want to throw their careers away and will push moves through sooner. Other than that with this squad it's back to the equivalent of when we were knocking on the door of Div 1 under Mackay with Garner, Sellars, Price et al. A time when Burnley nearly fell out of the ar5e end of the league for good reason - it's the natural level of the deprived little club in the deprived little town. Natural order always restores itself. The future looks entertaining. Can't wait. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 5

12:23pm Fri 9 May 14

wolsty says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars..
Where all doomed i tell thee
Out with the cowboys and indians
KW1
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars.. Where all doomed i tell thee Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]KW1 wolsty
  • Score: -6

12:24pm Fri 9 May 14

wolsty says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
KW1
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]KW1 wolsty
  • Score: -2

12:26pm Fri 9 May 14

jim 2012 says...

digitusjonfred wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
feckin idiot !!
you you serious if you lot can go 12 unbeaten next season it will be a miracle
i suspect you will struggle to keep pace with premier league
and as I have said before you will be in a relegation fight from your first game
to you'r last it will be fun to watch you lot trying to stay in the league
[quote][p][bold]digitusjonfred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]feckin idiot !![/p][/quote]you you serious if you lot can go 12 unbeaten next season it will be a miracle i suspect you will struggle to keep pace with premier league and as I have said before you will be in a relegation fight from your first game to you'r last it will be fun to watch you lot trying to stay in the league jim 2012
  • Score: -3

1:16pm Fri 9 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
“It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime”. Often been stated in the media since Venky’s took charge of Rovers and were relegated. Translated this means the club is underachieving in the Championship, has solid infrastructure and should expect to do better.

Whenever Burnley were even in the top 6 of the Championship this season, pundits lauded the achievement of Dyche "with such limited resources". Translated this means it’s a p!ss pot of a club with no support and was going well beyond it’s means to even do well in the Championship. The club can therefore only now expect to do worse.

The Dingles will rediscover their level, which is well acknowledged by anyone further afield than Padiham to be at best the Championship, more likely below. In the meantime their Directors will need to manage a large cash flow and sooner or later the wheels will come off. A little like giving £120M to a crack addict. Future turmoil beckons………
"It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime" Show me one instance of where this has been quoted in the media this season. It hasn't.

You are not a Premier League club, you ceased to be a Premier League club when you were relegated in disgrace with a caped chicken on the pitch, remember that? I do. Blackburn Rovers will never again experience top flight football.

You are £60million in debt and about to pay the price for years of overspending to fund a false position. You have achieved nothing without the massive unfair financial advantage you had over other teams as will be seen next season when the real clubs in the Championship show you up for what you are. Take away the likes of Rhodes, who single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running and you will be truly up sh!t creek.

A viable future for Blackburn Rovers depended on promotion, you know this, we know this. You needed to achieve promotion at the first attempt, or at the very least, and with major restructuring, at the second attempt.

BUT OH DEAR.... you have failed miserably.

You now enter your third financially draining season outside of the top flight, still desperately clinging to the notion that you are a Premier League club whilst serving a transfer ban for cheating, having a player under investigation for match-fixing, having to sell or pay off your higher earners at a massive cost thereby extended the transfer ban terms, and all the while the Clarets sit proudly a division above you, a true Premier League club, benefitting from a minimum £120million and moving head and shoulders above you clowns in all departments. And in passing you on the way, we handed you a beating to silence your infernal yapping once and for all. Sweet.

Face it Tom, the free ride is over, you have nothing left, your club is being bummed into submission and there isn't a single thing you can do about it, other than brace yourself.

BLACKBURN ROVERS - STAYING DOWN FOREVER.
Best, Etuhu, Goodwillie etc to clear in the next year or 2. Max cost about £10M, though ideally they won't want to throw their careers away and will push moves through sooner. Other than that with this squad it's back to the equivalent of when we were knocking on the door of Div 1 under Mackay with Garner, Sellars, Price et al. A time when Burnley nearly fell out of the ar5e end of the league for good reason - it's the natural level of the deprived little club in the deprived little town. Natural order always restores itself. The future looks entertaining. Can't wait.
"Max cost about £10M".

You say this likes its no big deal. Let's be conservative and say it is £10M, That's a further £10M coming off your bottom line in addition to the reduction in parachute payments, which on top of your estimated £3M monthly losses (total of £36.5M loss in the last financial year), all adds up to a significant sum.

So let's say some housekeeping has been done and the losses have been reduced by say £1M a month this season (which is optimistic to say the least) through the sale of players, i.e. Dann, reducing the wage bill, loaning out players, etc, that leaves you looking at an annual loss of £24M whilst still carrying those remaining large contracts, then there is the further £8M loss due to the reduction in the parachute payments, which adds up to a further loss of approx. £32M over the year.

Now as your debt levels are currently somewhere in the region of £60M, and considering that over this season you will have lost another horrific amount, where is all the money coming from to bail you out? Venky's? Do you really see them pulling out £100M just to clear your debt? Unlikely isn't it. I would say they'd sooner take you into administration and then depart having learned a painful lesson. That would unfortunately leave you in the hands of administrators who would then sell up what assets are remaining and leave you as a competitive, albeit much smaller club in the lower divisions, see Portsmouth. You would then have to live within your means once more.

You refer to the natural order and you are correct in stating you are back to the days when you were a 2nd division side before the millions from Jack Walker dragged you up. But what you fail to realise is that Burnley have dragged themselves up, we have not relied on outside investment, we have earned our position at the top table of English football the right way and so your analogy is invalid. The natural order HAS been restored, we are were we are on merit, you are where you are on merit.

Your false optimism is simply that. There is no real future when you are living beyond your means, and there comes a point when major adjustments are required, you are now approaching that very point and over the course of the next season you will realise how much your club is going to have to change.

It's not scaremongering, it's not lies, it's all there in your accounts.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]“It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime”. Often been stated in the media since Venky’s took charge of Rovers and were relegated. Translated this means the club is underachieving in the Championship, has solid infrastructure and should expect to do better. Whenever Burnley were even in the top 6 of the Championship this season, pundits lauded the achievement of Dyche "with such limited resources". Translated this means it’s a p!ss pot of a club with no support and was going well beyond it’s means to even do well in the Championship. The club can therefore only now expect to do worse. The Dingles will rediscover their level, which is well acknowledged by anyone further afield than Padiham to be at best the Championship, more likely below. In the meantime their Directors will need to manage a large cash flow and sooner or later the wheels will come off. A little like giving £120M to a crack addict. Future turmoil beckons………[/p][/quote]"It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime" Show me one instance of where this has been quoted in the media this season. It hasn't. You are not a Premier League club, you ceased to be a Premier League club when you were relegated in disgrace with a caped chicken on the pitch, remember that? I do. Blackburn Rovers will never again experience top flight football. You are £60million in debt and about to pay the price for years of overspending to fund a false position. You have achieved nothing without the massive unfair financial advantage you had over other teams as will be seen next season when the real clubs in the Championship show you up for what you are. Take away the likes of Rhodes, who single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running and you will be truly up sh!t creek. A viable future for Blackburn Rovers depended on promotion, you know this, we know this. You needed to achieve promotion at the first attempt, or at the very least, and with major restructuring, at the second attempt. BUT OH DEAR.... you have failed miserably. You now enter your third financially draining season outside of the top flight, still desperately clinging to the notion that you are a Premier League club whilst serving a transfer ban for cheating, having a player under investigation for match-fixing, having to sell or pay off your higher earners at a massive cost thereby extended the transfer ban terms, and all the while the Clarets sit proudly a division above you, a true Premier League club, benefitting from a minimum £120million and moving head and shoulders above you clowns in all departments. And in passing you on the way, we handed you a beating to silence your infernal yapping once and for all. Sweet. Face it Tom, the free ride is over, you have nothing left, your club is being bummed into submission and there isn't a single thing you can do about it, other than brace yourself. BLACKBURN ROVERS - STAYING DOWN FOREVER.[/p][/quote]Best, Etuhu, Goodwillie etc to clear in the next year or 2. Max cost about £10M, though ideally they won't want to throw their careers away and will push moves through sooner. Other than that with this squad it's back to the equivalent of when we were knocking on the door of Div 1 under Mackay with Garner, Sellars, Price et al. A time when Burnley nearly fell out of the ar5e end of the league for good reason - it's the natural level of the deprived little club in the deprived little town. Natural order always restores itself. The future looks entertaining. Can't wait.[/p][/quote]"Max cost about £10M". You say this likes its no big deal. Let's be conservative and say it is £10M, That's a further £10M coming off your bottom line in addition to the reduction in parachute payments, which on top of your estimated £3M monthly losses (total of £36.5M loss in the last financial year), all adds up to a significant sum. So let's say some housekeeping has been done and the losses have been reduced by say £1M a month this season (which is optimistic to say the least) through the sale of players, i.e. Dann, reducing the wage bill, loaning out players, etc, that leaves you looking at an annual loss of £24M whilst still carrying those remaining large contracts, then there is the further £8M loss due to the reduction in the parachute payments, which adds up to a further loss of approx. £32M over the year. Now as your debt levels are currently somewhere in the region of £60M, and considering that over this season you will have lost another horrific amount, where is all the money coming from to bail you out? Venky's? Do you really see them pulling out £100M just to clear your debt? Unlikely isn't it. I would say they'd sooner take you into administration and then depart having learned a painful lesson. That would unfortunately leave you in the hands of administrators who would then sell up what assets are remaining and leave you as a competitive, albeit much smaller club in the lower divisions, see Portsmouth. You would then have to live within your means once more. You refer to the natural order and you are correct in stating you are back to the days when you were a 2nd division side before the millions from Jack Walker dragged you up. But what you fail to realise is that Burnley have dragged themselves up, we have not relied on outside investment, we have earned our position at the top table of English football the right way and so your analogy is invalid. The natural order HAS been restored, we are were we are on merit, you are where you are on merit. Your false optimism is simply that. There is no real future when you are living beyond your means, and there comes a point when major adjustments are required, you are now approaching that very point and over the course of the next season you will realise how much your club is going to have to change. It's not scaremongering, it's not lies, it's all there in your accounts. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -11

1:43pm Fri 9 May 14

greenscreener says...

I don't often assist with your desperate cries for attention but this time I have a spare minute or two.....

You seem particularly obsessed with Rovers Debt situation, yet you have no real understanding of what it means.

As 90% of the debt is owed to Venkys themselves what makes you think they need to find the money to pay it back, who would they pay it to ? They have already put the money in and could write it off any time they choose, it makes no difference whatsoever.

if you must obsess about something why not find something you understand.
I don't often assist with your desperate cries for attention but this time I have a spare minute or two..... You seem particularly obsessed with Rovers Debt situation, yet you have no real understanding of what it means. As 90% of the debt is owed to Venkys themselves what makes you think they need to find the money to pay it back, who would they pay it to ? They have already put the money in and could write it off any time they choose, it makes no difference whatsoever. if you must obsess about something why not find something you understand. greenscreener
  • Score: 5

1:48pm Fri 9 May 14

azza234 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
You could call that an achievement of course leicester winning the league was an achievement
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]You could call that an achievement of course leicester winning the league was an achievement azza234
  • Score: 1

1:59pm Fri 9 May 14

azza234 says...

greenscreener wrote:
I don't often assist with your desperate cries for attention but this time I have a spare minute or two..... You seem particularly obsessed with Rovers Debt situation, yet you have no real understanding of what it means. As 90% of the debt is owed to Venkys themselves what makes you think they need to find the money to pay it back, who would they pay it to ? They have already put the money in and could write it off any time they choose, it makes no difference whatsoever. if you must obsess about something why not find something you understand.
He thinks that debts massive its peanuts to venky's as you said they could pay it off tomorrow if they wanted to he's just bitter hi's board wont use anywhere never that amount on their team.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: I don't often assist with your desperate cries for attention but this time I have a spare minute or two..... You seem particularly obsessed with Rovers Debt situation, yet you have no real understanding of what it means. As 90% of the debt is owed to Venkys themselves what makes you think they need to find the money to pay it back, who would they pay it to ? They have already put the money in and could write it off any time they choose, it makes no difference whatsoever. if you must obsess about something why not find something you understand.[/p][/quote]He thinks that debts massive its peanuts to venky's as you said they could pay it off tomorrow if they wanted to he's just bitter hi's board wont use anywhere never that amount on their team. azza234
  • Score: 3

2:08pm Fri 9 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

It is lies and it is scaremongering. But a poor attempt.

I'm sorry my friend but you are obviously Bernie Ecclestone's accountant. Apart from the £10m over the next 2 seasons to clear the remaining deadwood our cloth is now cut accordingly and we otherwise have a young, hungry and skillful squad. Please stop double accounting by using historic losses of £3m/month on top which was at the height of the problem. Going forward, the £10m is that which needs to be cleared (some of which was/will be accounted for from payments from loaning the deadwood out). After this coming season and loss of parachute payments it's probably right that we couldn't sustain Rhodes' salary without promotion. We'll see where we are AFTER next season but either way it's not the end of the world and not going to be close to Bolton's financial state. And remember IF we go up we'll be £30-40m back in the black as listening to you lot you are £120m better off for promotion and don't have to spend a thing!! Not on Premier League contracts, stadium or training complex etc etc. So let's also see where Burnley are after next season and their eventual return to the Championship.

It's hardly worth responding to you as you're so twisted from the realisation that in even your finest hour you still only scraped one solatary win against Rovers. You know we're on the way back and there's only one way for you to go so I understand your fear and continual need to comment where it's simply not required.

Next season will be entertaining on all fronts for Rovers. Future turmoil beckons for you. Bring it on.
It is lies and it is scaremongering. But a poor attempt. I'm sorry my friend but you are obviously Bernie Ecclestone's accountant. Apart from the £10m over the next 2 seasons to clear the remaining deadwood our cloth is now cut accordingly and we otherwise have a young, hungry and skillful squad. Please stop double accounting by using historic losses of £3m/month on top which was at the height of the problem. Going forward, the £10m is that which needs to be cleared (some of which was/will be accounted for from payments from loaning the deadwood out). After this coming season and loss of parachute payments it's probably right that we couldn't sustain Rhodes' salary without promotion. We'll see where we are AFTER next season but either way it's not the end of the world and not going to be close to Bolton's financial state. And remember IF we go up we'll be £30-40m back in the black as listening to you lot you are £120m better off for promotion and don't have to spend a thing!! Not on Premier League contracts, stadium or training complex etc etc. So let's also see where Burnley are after next season and their eventual return to the Championship. It's hardly worth responding to you as you're so twisted from the realisation that in even your finest hour you still only scraped one solatary win against Rovers. You know we're on the way back and there's only one way for you to go so I understand your fear and continual need to comment where it's simply not required. Next season will be entertaining on all fronts for Rovers. Future turmoil beckons for you. Bring it on. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 4

3:19pm Fri 9 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive?

Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement.

Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement.

Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too.

To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is.

12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word.

And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
“It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime”. Often been stated in the media since Venky’s took charge of Rovers and were relegated. Translated this means the club is underachieving in the Championship, has solid infrastructure and should expect to do better.

Whenever Burnley were even in the top 6 of the Championship this season, pundits lauded the achievement of Dyche "with such limited resources". Translated this means it’s a p!ss pot of a club with no support and was going well beyond it’s means to even do well in the Championship. The club can therefore only now expect to do worse.

The Dingles will rediscover their level, which is well acknowledged by anyone further afield than Padiham to be at best the Championship, more likely below. In the meantime their Directors will need to manage a large cash flow and sooner or later the wheels will come off. A little like giving £120M to a crack addict. Future turmoil beckons………
"It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime" Show me one instance of where this has been quoted in the media this season. It hasn't.

You are not a Premier League club, you ceased to be a Premier League club when you were relegated in disgrace with a caped chicken on the pitch, remember that? I do. Blackburn Rovers will never again experience top flight football.

You are £60million in debt and about to pay the price for years of overspending to fund a false position. You have achieved nothing without the massive unfair financial advantage you had over other teams as will be seen next season when the real clubs in the Championship show you up for what you are. Take away the likes of Rhodes, who single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running and you will be truly up sh!t creek.

A viable future for Blackburn Rovers depended on promotion, you know this, we know this. You needed to achieve promotion at the first attempt, or at the very least, and with major restructuring, at the second attempt.

BUT OH DEAR.... you have failed miserably.

You now enter your third financially draining season outside of the top flight, still desperately clinging to the notion that you are a Premier League club whilst serving a transfer ban for cheating, having a player under investigation for match-fixing, having to sell or pay off your higher earners at a massive cost thereby extended the transfer ban terms, and all the while the Clarets sit proudly a division above you, a true Premier League club, benefitting from a minimum £120million and moving head and shoulders above you clowns in all departments. And in passing you on the way, we handed you a beating to silence your infernal yapping once and for all. Sweet.

Face it Tom, the free ride is over, you have nothing left, your club is being bummed into submission and there isn't a single thing you can do about it, other than brace yourself.

BLACKBURN ROVERS - STAYING DOWN FOREVER.
Best, Etuhu, Goodwillie etc to clear in the next year or 2. Max cost about £10M, though ideally they won't want to throw their careers away and will push moves through sooner. Other than that with this squad it's back to the equivalent of when we were knocking on the door of Div 1 under Mackay with Garner, Sellars, Price et al. A time when Burnley nearly fell out of the ar5e end of the league for good reason - it's the natural level of the deprived little club in the deprived little town. Natural order always restores itself. The future looks entertaining. Can't wait.
"Max cost about £10M".

You say this likes its no big deal. Let's be conservative and say it is £10M, That's a further £10M coming off your bottom line in addition to the reduction in parachute payments, which on top of your estimated £3M monthly losses (total of £36.5M loss in the last financial year), all adds up to a significant sum.

So let's say some housekeeping has been done and the losses have been reduced by say £1M a month this season (which is optimistic to say the least) through the sale of players, i.e. Dann, reducing the wage bill, loaning out players, etc, that leaves you looking at an annual loss of £24M whilst still carrying those remaining large contracts, then there is the further £8M loss due to the reduction in the parachute payments, which adds up to a further loss of approx. £32M over the year.

Now as your debt levels are currently somewhere in the region of £60M, and considering that over this season you will have lost another horrific amount, where is all the money coming from to bail you out? Venky's? Do you really see them pulling out £100M just to clear your debt? Unlikely isn't it. I would say they'd sooner take you into administration and then depart having learned a painful lesson. That would unfortunately leave you in the hands of administrators who would then sell up what assets are remaining and leave you as a competitive, albeit much smaller club in the lower divisions, see Portsmouth. You would then have to live within your means once more.

You refer to the natural order and you are correct in stating you are back to the days when you were a 2nd division side before the millions from Jack Walker dragged you up. But what you fail to realise is that Burnley have dragged themselves up, we have not relied on outside investment, we have earned our position at the top table of English football the right way and so your analogy is invalid. The natural order HAS been restored, we are were we are on merit, you are where you are on merit.

Your false optimism is simply that. There is no real future when you are living beyond your means, and there comes a point when major adjustments are required, you are now approaching that very point and over the course of the next season you will realise how much your club is going to have to change.

It's not scaremongering, it's not lies, it's all there in your accounts.
KH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: How is storming up to an 8th place finish in any way a positive? Brighton stormed up to 6th place and made the play-off's, they have their work cut out against Derby but at least their season is one of achievement. Burnley stormed up the league too, and we stayed in the top 3 for 8 months, ultimately finishing 2nd and being promoted to the Premier League, again an amazing achievement. Leicester finished the season on 102 points after winning 31 games. You could say that was an achievement too. To put your "storming" season into the appropriate context shows that it really is quite a lot less incredible than you morons are pretending it is. 12 unbeaten when half of them are draws and the no-dads are creaming their pants thinking they're going to win the world cup, embarrassing is not the word. And I love how the reporter highlights the draws against Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday as the results which prevented you from reaching the play-off's. You picked up points in these games, it was your meek surrender at home to Burnley that did all the damage, losing the game after being a goal up with only 17 minutes left to play. Beautiful. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]“It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime”. Often been stated in the media since Venky’s took charge of Rovers and were relegated. Translated this means the club is underachieving in the Championship, has solid infrastructure and should expect to do better. Whenever Burnley were even in the top 6 of the Championship this season, pundits lauded the achievement of Dyche "with such limited resources". Translated this means it’s a p!ss pot of a club with no support and was going well beyond it’s means to even do well in the Championship. The club can therefore only now expect to do worse. The Dingles will rediscover their level, which is well acknowledged by anyone further afield than Padiham to be at best the Championship, more likely below. In the meantime their Directors will need to manage a large cash flow and sooner or later the wheels will come off. A little like giving £120M to a crack addict. Future turmoil beckons………[/p][/quote]"It’s a Premier League club and what is happening is a crime" Show me one instance of where this has been quoted in the media this season. It hasn't. You are not a Premier League club, you ceased to be a Premier League club when you were relegated in disgrace with a caped chicken on the pitch, remember that? I do. Blackburn Rovers will never again experience top flight football. You are £60million in debt and about to pay the price for years of overspending to fund a false position. You have achieved nothing without the massive unfair financial advantage you had over other teams as will be seen next season when the real clubs in the Championship show you up for what you are. Take away the likes of Rhodes, who single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running and you will be truly up sh!t creek. A viable future for Blackburn Rovers depended on promotion, you know this, we know this. You needed to achieve promotion at the first attempt, or at the very least, and with major restructuring, at the second attempt. BUT OH DEAR.... you have failed miserably. You now enter your third financially draining season outside of the top flight, still desperately clinging to the notion that you are a Premier League club whilst serving a transfer ban for cheating, having a player under investigation for match-fixing, having to sell or pay off your higher earners at a massive cost thereby extended the transfer ban terms, and all the while the Clarets sit proudly a division above you, a true Premier League club, benefitting from a minimum £120million and moving head and shoulders above you clowns in all departments. And in passing you on the way, we handed you a beating to silence your infernal yapping once and for all. Sweet. Face it Tom, the free ride is over, you have nothing left, your club is being bummed into submission and there isn't a single thing you can do about it, other than brace yourself. BLACKBURN ROVERS - STAYING DOWN FOREVER.[/p][/quote]Best, Etuhu, Goodwillie etc to clear in the next year or 2. Max cost about £10M, though ideally they won't want to throw their careers away and will push moves through sooner. Other than that with this squad it's back to the equivalent of when we were knocking on the door of Div 1 under Mackay with Garner, Sellars, Price et al. A time when Burnley nearly fell out of the ar5e end of the league for good reason - it's the natural level of the deprived little club in the deprived little town. Natural order always restores itself. The future looks entertaining. Can't wait.[/p][/quote]"Max cost about £10M". You say this likes its no big deal. Let's be conservative and say it is £10M, That's a further £10M coming off your bottom line in addition to the reduction in parachute payments, which on top of your estimated £3M monthly losses (total of £36.5M loss in the last financial year), all adds up to a significant sum. So let's say some housekeeping has been done and the losses have been reduced by say £1M a month this season (which is optimistic to say the least) through the sale of players, i.e. Dann, reducing the wage bill, loaning out players, etc, that leaves you looking at an annual loss of £24M whilst still carrying those remaining large contracts, then there is the further £8M loss due to the reduction in the parachute payments, which adds up to a further loss of approx. £32M over the year. Now as your debt levels are currently somewhere in the region of £60M, and considering that over this season you will have lost another horrific amount, where is all the money coming from to bail you out? Venky's? Do you really see them pulling out £100M just to clear your debt? Unlikely isn't it. I would say they'd sooner take you into administration and then depart having learned a painful lesson. That would unfortunately leave you in the hands of administrators who would then sell up what assets are remaining and leave you as a competitive, albeit much smaller club in the lower divisions, see Portsmouth. You would then have to live within your means once more. You refer to the natural order and you are correct in stating you are back to the days when you were a 2nd division side before the millions from Jack Walker dragged you up. But what you fail to realise is that Burnley have dragged themselves up, we have not relied on outside investment, we have earned our position at the top table of English football the right way and so your analogy is invalid. The natural order HAS been restored, we are were we are on merit, you are where you are on merit. Your false optimism is simply that. There is no real future when you are living beyond your means, and there comes a point when major adjustments are required, you are now approaching that very point and over the course of the next season you will realise how much your club is going to have to change. It's not scaremongering, it's not lies, it's all there in your accounts.[/p][/quote]KH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 2

3:21pm Fri 9 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

wolsty wrote:
.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars..
Where all doomed i tell thee
Out with the cowboys and indians
KW1
You spotted the fake one then, well done, he's a bigger tosser than KH.
[quote][p][bold]wolsty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars.. Where all doomed i tell thee Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]KW1[/p][/quote]You spotted the fake one then, well done, he's a bigger tosser than KH. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 3

3:23pm Fri 9 May 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

Good Afternoon Mr Hobo did you have a most enjoyable afternoon nap ?
Good Afternoon Mr Hobo did you have a most enjoyable afternoon nap ? .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: -5

3:31pm Fri 9 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
wolsty wrote:
.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars..
Where all doomed i tell thee
Out with the cowboys and indians
KW1
You spotted the fake one then, well done, he's a bigger tosser than KH.
It Is NH.................
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wolsty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars.. Where all doomed i tell thee Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]KW1[/p][/quote]You spotted the fake one then, well done, he's a bigger tosser than KH.[/p][/quote]It Is NH................. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 1

3:45pm Fri 9 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Good Afternoon Mr Hobo did you have a most enjoyable afternoon nap ?
I feel great, even better now your coming on here talking to the Real LP, well how was school today, I'm sure mummy will let you play out with your mate SC once you've done your home work, I can't help you with maths counting because you have more fingers than most children but don't let it worry you, one day you will grow up to be a fully grown tosser not a baby one like you are now, got to go the red wine has just reached room temperature (ask mummy) and I need a tipple!!!
By by Fakey, love to your mum!!
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Good Afternoon Mr Hobo did you have a most enjoyable afternoon nap ?[/p][/quote]I feel great, even better now your coming on here talking to the Real LP, well how was school today, I'm sure mummy will let you play out with your mate SC once you've done your home work, I can't help you with maths counting because you have more fingers than most children but don't let it worry you, one day you will grow up to be a fully grown tosser not a baby one like you are now, got to go the red wine has just reached room temperature (ask mummy) and I need a tipple!!! By by Fakey, love to your mum!! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 4

3:47pm Fri 9 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
wolsty wrote:
.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars..
Where all doomed i tell thee
Out with the cowboys and indians
KW1
You spotted the fake one then, well done, he's a bigger tosser than KH.
It Is NH.................
Cheers HB I thought he was a knob Head, is he a Nob Head then?
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wolsty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Don't be to confident Tommy It's going to be a whole new team next season with the FFP looming in Jan we'll have a team full of freebies after Bowyer has to sell all the so called stars.. Where all doomed i tell thee Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]KW1[/p][/quote]You spotted the fake one then, well done, he's a bigger tosser than KH.[/p][/quote]It Is NH.................[/p][/quote]Cheers HB I thought he was a knob Head, is he a Nob Head then? Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 2

6:35pm Fri 9 May 14

baldie says...

Has Ingsy signed yet?
Has Ingsy signed yet? baldie
  • Score: 5

8:08pm Fri 9 May 14

owd nick says...

greenscreener wrote:
I don't often assist with your desperate cries for attention but this time I have a spare minute or two.....

You seem particularly obsessed with Rovers Debt situation, yet you have no real understanding of what it means.

As 90% of the debt is owed to Venkys themselves what makes you think they need to find the money to pay it back, who would they pay it to ? They have already put the money in and could write it off any time they choose, it makes no difference whatsoever.

if you must obsess about something why not find something you understand.
I've tried to explain that to the idiot before, wasted effort.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: I don't often assist with your desperate cries for attention but this time I have a spare minute or two..... You seem particularly obsessed with Rovers Debt situation, yet you have no real understanding of what it means. As 90% of the debt is owed to Venkys themselves what makes you think they need to find the money to pay it back, who would they pay it to ? They have already put the money in and could write it off any time they choose, it makes no difference whatsoever. if you must obsess about something why not find something you understand.[/p][/quote]I've tried to explain that to the idiot before, wasted effort. owd nick
  • Score: 5

8:38am Sat 10 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

owd nick wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
I don't often assist with your desperate cries for attention but this time I have a spare minute or two.....

You seem particularly obsessed with Rovers Debt situation, yet you have no real understanding of what it means.

As 90% of the debt is owed to Venkys themselves what makes you think they need to find the money to pay it back, who would they pay it to ? They have already put the money in and could write it off any time they choose, it makes no difference whatsoever.

if you must obsess about something why not find something you understand.
I've tried to explain that to the idiot before, wasted effort.
He knows very well what the situation is. He just ignores it and continues to post the same old rubbish to wind people up. He'll never accept the facts as he wants this farce to continue and knows there are those that will 'take the bait'
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: I don't often assist with your desperate cries for attention but this time I have a spare minute or two..... You seem particularly obsessed with Rovers Debt situation, yet you have no real understanding of what it means. As 90% of the debt is owed to Venkys themselves what makes you think they need to find the money to pay it back, who would they pay it to ? They have already put the money in and could write it off any time they choose, it makes no difference whatsoever. if you must obsess about something why not find something you understand.[/p][/quote]I've tried to explain that to the idiot before, wasted effort.[/p][/quote]He knows very well what the situation is. He just ignores it and continues to post the same old rubbish to wind people up. He'll never accept the facts as he wants this farce to continue and knows there are those that will 'take the bait' Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 3

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