Blackburn Rovers will not take up option to sign Bryan Dabo

This Is Lancashire: Gary Bowyer Gary Bowyer

BLACKBURN Rovers will not be signing Bryan Dabo permanently.

Rovers had the opportunity to buy the midfielder after his loan from Montpellier expired at the end of the season.

But Gary Bowyer has no intention of taking up the option.

Dabo arrived at Ewood Park with a reputation as a player of some promise after he played 20 times in the French top flight for Montpellier and once for France U21s.

But in an underwhelming four-month stay at Rovers he failed to make a single first-team appearance despite being named as a substitute on eight occasions.

Dabo’s chances were not helped by the return to fitness of Corry Evans.

However the 22-year-old did play three times for Rovers’ U21s team, scoring twice in a 4-2 defeat at Aston Villa.

But his erratic displays – his mistake led to Eric Kinder’s side losing their Lancashire FA Senior Cup quarter-final tie at home to Bury – showed he was not ready for the Championship.

Bowyer is unlikely to add another centre-midfielder to his squad this summer given he has Tom Cairney, Corry Evans, Jason Lowe, Lee Williamson, Chris Taylor and Dickson Etuhu at his disposal.

What that means for Josh Morris is unclear.

The 22-year-old has mainly featured for Rovers in a left-sided role.

But he has stood out in a central position during a successful loan spell for promotion-chasing Fleetwood Town.

Morris, the League Two player of the month for April, will be part of the Cod Army team that heads to York City tonight for their play-off semi-final first leg.

And Bowyer said: “I’m delighted for Josh and hopefully Fleetwood can get through the play-offs and finish it off with a Wembley appearance.

“That would be terrific for Josh to play in.

“Competitive football is what he needed and what he wanted.

“We could not guarantee him that with the form of Craig Conway and Tommy Spurr because he can play in two positions.

“But he’s gone out there and enjoyed himself and won the player of the month award.

“We’ll have to see what happens during the summer but he’s done himself no harm with the performances he’s put in for Fleetwood.”

Former Rovers trialist Louis Laing, meanwhile, is attracting interest from Newcastle United.

The 21-year-old centre back, who is set to be released by Newcastle’s north-east rivals Sunderland, impressed Bowyer during his time at Brockhall.

But Laing left Rovers to go on trial to Manchester United.

United are understood to want to sign the England youth international.

But it has been reported they are now facing competition from Newcastle.

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10:17am Sat 10 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Where's the two NH, there usually on first,

As for the player he was never up for it IMO.
Where's the two NH, there usually on first, As for the player he was never up for it IMO. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 7

10:26am Sat 10 May 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

Mr Hobo
Stalking is unwanted or obsessive attention by an individual (you) or group toward .... a person may be characteristic of obsessive compulsive personality disorder.
You need help
Mr Hobo Stalking is unwanted or obsessive attention by an individual (you) or group toward .... a person may be characteristic of obsessive compulsive personality disorder. You need help .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: -13

10:35am Sat 10 May 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

No Marrow mentioned in the list of midfielders at Bowyer's disposal, does Wheelock know something we don't? I wouldn't class Taylor as a central-midfielder either. Still, it's no shock that Dabo won't be here next season, he was only on the bench because of injuries. That said, watch him go on to be the next Viera!
No Marrow mentioned in the list of midfielders at Bowyer's disposal, does Wheelock know something we don't? I wouldn't class Taylor as a central-midfielder either. Still, it's no shock that Dabo won't be here next season, he was only on the bench because of injuries. That said, watch him go on to be the next Viera! Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 2

11:16am Sat 10 May 14

realisticrover says...

tidy deal for us really, we got him on trial, Bowyer decided he might be useful in an emergency so offered him an appearance based contract, we didnt need him, so off he goes
tidy deal for us really, we got him on trial, Bowyer decided he might be useful in an emergency so offered him an appearance based contract, we didnt need him, so off he goes realisticrover
  • Score: 18

11:19am Sat 10 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

In Bowyer we trust. The lad's had plenty of time to make an impression but failed to do so. I think the priority though is in defence and if we have money to spend it should go there IMO.
In Bowyer we trust. The lad's had plenty of time to make an impression but failed to do so. I think the priority though is in defence and if we have money to spend it should go there IMO. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 16

11:38am Sat 10 May 14

unclejacklegend says...

Morris needs to play first team football if he is going to take his game to the next level. Send him out on loan again and recall him if we have the same rotten luck with injuries, hopefully ditch Etuhu aswell.
Morris needs to play first team football if he is going to take his game to the next level. Send him out on loan again and recall him if we have the same rotten luck with injuries, hopefully ditch Etuhu aswell. unclejacklegend
  • Score: 15

1:52pm Sat 10 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -16

1:53pm Sat 10 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Where's the two NH, there usually on first,

As for the player he was never up for it IMO.
Completely obsessed.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Where's the two NH, there usually on first, As for the player he was never up for it IMO.[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -9

1:53pm Sat 10 May 14

Manuel Hung says...

Looks like GB is in for a good hiding when he makes his trip to India to discuss the clubs future.
Looks like GB is in for a good hiding when he makes his trip to India to discuss the clubs future. Manuel Hung
  • Score: -11

2:02pm Sat 10 May 14

owd nick says...

Incest Each Sunday wrote:
No Marrow mentioned in the list of midfielders at Bowyer's disposal, does Wheelock know something we don't? I wouldn't class Taylor as a central-midfielder either. Still, it's no shock that Dabo won't be here next season, he was only on the bench because of injuries. That said, watch him go on to be the next Viera!
Interesting article in this mornings LT , by Paul Wheelock that may or may not make it onto the website, entitled "Bowyer's business; hit, miss or maybe".

It assesses each of his 18 signings this season as;

Misses;

Todd Kane, DJ Campbell, Alex Marrow, Yann Songo'o, Brian Dabo.

Maybe's:

Chris Taylor, Alan Judge, Simon Eastwood, Luke Varney, Liam Feeney.

Hits:

Matt Kilgallon, Tom Cairney, Tommy Spurr, Corry Evans, Ben Marshall, Rudy Gestede, Craig Conway, Micheal Kean.

Although I haven't seen Songo'o or Dabo play I pretty much agree with his assessments of each player on the list, which I won't copy, hopefully they will be published on here.
[quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: No Marrow mentioned in the list of midfielders at Bowyer's disposal, does Wheelock know something we don't? I wouldn't class Taylor as a central-midfielder either. Still, it's no shock that Dabo won't be here next season, he was only on the bench because of injuries. That said, watch him go on to be the next Viera![/p][/quote]Interesting article in this mornings LT , by Paul Wheelock that may or may not make it onto the website, entitled "Bowyer's business; hit, miss or maybe". It assesses each of his 18 signings this season as; Misses; Todd Kane, DJ Campbell, Alex Marrow, Yann Songo'o, Brian Dabo. Maybe's: Chris Taylor, Alan Judge, Simon Eastwood, Luke Varney, Liam Feeney. Hits: Matt Kilgallon, Tom Cairney, Tommy Spurr, Corry Evans, Ben Marshall, Rudy Gestede, Craig Conway, Micheal Kean. Although I haven't seen Songo'o or Dabo play I pretty much agree with his assessments of each player on the list, which I won't copy, hopefully they will be published on here. owd nick
  • Score: 15

2:25pm Sat 10 May 14

earwego says...

Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.
Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages. earwego
  • Score: 6

2:44pm Sat 10 May 14

Maxrus says...

Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.
Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon. Maxrus
  • Score: 7

3:14pm Sat 10 May 14

earwego says...

Maxrus wrote:
Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.
Ditto
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.[/p][/quote]Ditto earwego
  • Score: 4

4:43pm Sat 10 May 14

baldie says...

Brendan's interested in Dabo.He doesn't see why all those pesky Premiership players should get all of his,sorry their money.
Has Ingsy signed yet?
Brendan's interested in Dabo.He doesn't see why all those pesky Premiership players should get all of his,sorry their money. Has Ingsy signed yet? baldie
  • Score: 9

4:45pm Sat 10 May 14

unclejacklegend says...

earwego wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.
Ditto
Hear hear
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.[/p][/quote]Ditto[/p][/quote]Hear hear unclejacklegend
  • Score: 6

5:12pm Sat 10 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Mr Hobo
Stalking is unwanted or obsessive attention by an individual (you) or group toward .... a person may be characteristic of obsessive compulsive personality disorder.
You need help
NH
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Mr Hobo Stalking is unwanted or obsessive attention by an individual (you) or group toward .... a person may be characteristic of obsessive compulsive personality disorder. You need help[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 3

5:13pm Sat 10 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Where's the two NH, there usually on first,

As for the player he was never up for it IMO.
Completely obsessed.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Where's the two NH, there usually on first, As for the player he was never up for it IMO.[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed.[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 3

5:31pm Sat 10 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Maxrus wrote:
Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.
A crowd of over 17,000 on Deepdale today. That shows a local Premier League club up not very far away from here.
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.[/p][/quote]A crowd of over 17,000 on Deepdale today. That shows a local Premier League club up not very far away from here. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

6:24pm Sat 10 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 9

7:11pm Sat 10 May 14

dangerous dave says...

Well theres a surprise if you knob heads recall i said he was a no hoper at day one he coulnt even get into the second rate team he played foe then .
Out with the. Cowboys and indians
Well theres a surprise if you knob heads recall i said he was a no hoper at day one he coulnt even get into the second rate team he played foe then . Out with the. Cowboys and indians dangerous dave
  • Score: -2

7:15pm Sat 10 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.
A crowd of over 17,000 on Deepdale today. That shows a local Premier League club up not very far away from here.
The only words that stood out to me there were LOCAL PREMIER LEAGUE CLUB.

I bet it still hurts your throat to say those words.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.[/p][/quote]A crowd of over 17,000 on Deepdale today. That shows a local Premier League club up not very far away from here.[/p][/quote]The only words that stood out to me there were LOCAL PREMIER LEAGUE CLUB. I bet it still hurts your throat to say those words. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -2

8:07pm Sat 10 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.
A crowd of over 17,000 on Deepdale today. That shows a local Premier League club up not very far away from here.
The only words that stood out to me there were LOCAL PREMIER LEAGUE CLUB.

I bet it still hurts your throat to say those words.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.[/p][/quote]A crowd of over 17,000 on Deepdale today. That shows a local Premier League club up not very far away from here.[/p][/quote]The only words that stood out to me there were LOCAL PREMIER LEAGUE CLUB. I bet it still hurts your throat to say those words.[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 2

8:23pm Sat 10 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner". Steven Seagull
  • Score: -1

8:44pm Sat 10 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

earwego wrote:
Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.
"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't"

Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest?

The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly.

I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base.

Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo?

The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking.

You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine.

In Venky's we Trust.
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.[/p][/quote]"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't" Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest? The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly. I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base. Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo? The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking. You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine. In Venky's we Trust. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -5

8:51pm Sat 10 May 14

Maxrus says...

Back to football !!! Just got back from the pub, you need to see the astonishing goal by Joe Garner, if Suarez/Rooney/Messi (not particularly in that order) had scored that, the press would've been talking about it forever !!
Back to football !!! Just got back from the pub, you need to see the astonishing goal by Joe Garner, if Suarez/Rooney/Messi (not particularly in that order) had scored that, the press would've been talking about it forever !! Maxrus
  • Score: 4

9:35pm Sat 10 May 14

McClaret says...

earwego wrote:
Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.
If a business's income is consumed solely by it's employees wages then there is only one answer.
Unless I am missing something your owners don't seem to give a flying F about what is happening. The kudos of owning a premiership toy has long since worn off and the rest will inevitably unfold.

working today and missed the North End match, the report I have read said it was a great goal. Think that could be a cracking second leg, no love lost between the clubs and Managers this season and all to play for.
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.[/p][/quote]If a business's income is consumed solely by it's employees wages then there is only one answer. Unless I am missing something your owners don't seem to give a flying F about what is happening. The kudos of owning a premiership toy has long since worn off and the rest will inevitably unfold. working today and missed the North End match, the report I have read said it was a great goal. Think that could be a cracking second leg, no love lost between the clubs and Managers this season and all to play for. McClaret
  • Score: -1

9:35pm Sat 10 May 14

McClaret says...

earwego wrote:
Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.
If a business's income is consumed solely by it's employees wages then there is only one answer.
Unless I am missing something your owners don't seem to give a flying F about what is happening. The kudos of owning a premiership toy has long since worn off and the rest will inevitably unfold.

working today and missed the North End match, the report I have read said it was a great goal. Think that could be a cracking second leg, no love lost between the clubs and Managers this season and all to play for.
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.[/p][/quote]If a business's income is consumed solely by it's employees wages then there is only one answer. Unless I am missing something your owners don't seem to give a flying F about what is happening. The kudos of owning a premiership toy has long since worn off and the rest will inevitably unfold. working today and missed the North End match, the report I have read said it was a great goal. Think that could be a cracking second leg, no love lost between the clubs and Managers this season and all to play for. McClaret
  • Score: 0

9:37pm Sat 10 May 14

Shane says...

Manuel Hung wrote:
Looks like GB is in for a good hiding when he makes his trip to India to discuss the clubs future.
Just how he likes it from what I've heard
[quote][p][bold]Manuel Hung[/bold] wrote: Looks like GB is in for a good hiding when he makes his trip to India to discuss the clubs future.[/p][/quote]Just how he likes it from what I've heard Shane
  • Score: -7

9:48pm Sat 10 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Maxrus wrote:
Back to football !!! Just got back from the pub, you need to see the astonishing goal by Joe Garner, if Suarez/Rooney/Messi (not particularly in that order) had scored that, the press would've been talking about it forever !!
Genuine question; is he Simon Garner's lad?
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Back to football !!! Just got back from the pub, you need to see the astonishing goal by Joe Garner, if Suarez/Rooney/Messi (not particularly in that order) had scored that, the press would've been talking about it forever !![/p][/quote]Genuine question; is he Simon Garner's lad? Steven Seagull
  • Score: 0

9:49pm Sat 10 May 14

mmickk says...

Everyone of you Dingles are worried sick about the FFP. Obsessed with everything BRFC. Nothing to worry about we are exempt.
Everyone of you Dingles are worried sick about the FFP. Obsessed with everything BRFC. Nothing to worry about we are exempt. mmickk
  • Score: 1

9:51pm Sat 10 May 14

Maxrus says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Back to football !!! Just got back from the pub, you need to see the astonishing goal by Joe Garner, if Suarez/Rooney/Messi (not particularly in that order) had scored that, the press would've been talking about it forever !!
Genuine question; is he Simon Garner's lad?
Of course he is, you numpty,
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Back to football !!! Just got back from the pub, you need to see the astonishing goal by Joe Garner, if Suarez/Rooney/Messi (not particularly in that order) had scored that, the press would've been talking about it forever !![/p][/quote]Genuine question; is he Simon Garner's lad?[/p][/quote]Of course he is, you numpty, Maxrus
  • Score: -4

10:24pm Sat 10 May 14

Bazzer says...

Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote: Back to football !!! Just got back from the pub, you need to see the astonishing goal by Joe Garner, if Suarez/Rooney/Messi (not particularly in that order) had scored that, the press would've been talking about it forever !!
Genuine question; is he Simon Garner's lad?
Of course he is, you numpty,
Someone should tell Simon Garner then.
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Back to football !!! Just got back from the pub, you need to see the astonishing goal by Joe Garner, if Suarez/Rooney/Messi (not particularly in that order) had scored that, the press would've been talking about it forever !![/p][/quote]Genuine question; is he Simon Garner's lad?[/p][/quote]Of course he is, you numpty,[/p][/quote]Someone should tell Simon Garner then. Bazzer
  • Score: 9

10:38pm Sat 10 May 14

Maxrus says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.
A crowd of over 17,000 on Deepdale today. That shows a local Premier League club up not very far away from here.
The only words that stood out to me there were LOCAL PREMIER LEAGUE CLUB.

I bet it still hurts your throat to say those words.
Not really, never classed a small town in Yorkshire as LOCAL
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.[/p][/quote]A crowd of over 17,000 on Deepdale today. That shows a local Premier League club up not very far away from here.[/p][/quote]The only words that stood out to me there were LOCAL PREMIER LEAGUE CLUB. I bet it still hurts your throat to say those words.[/p][/quote]Not really, never classed a small town in Yorkshire as LOCAL Maxrus
  • Score: -7

11:07pm Sat 10 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 1

11:34pm Sat 10 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Balaji Rao pensioner.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Balaji Rao pensioner. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -4

11:39pm Sat 10 May 14

Maxrus says...

Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.
Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest. Maxrus
  • Score: 0

11:40pm Sat 10 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Back to football !!! Just got back from the pub, you need to see the astonishing goal by Joe Garner, if Suarez/Rooney/Messi (not particularly in that order) had scored that, the press would've been talking about it forever !!
Genuine question; is he Simon Garner's lad?
Of course he is, you numpty,
Thank you for clearing up that no-dad enquiry. I bet you wish he played for you. Get him signed up on a 40 k a week 20 year contract.
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Back to football !!! Just got back from the pub, you need to see the astonishing goal by Joe Garner, if Suarez/Rooney/Messi (not particularly in that order) had scored that, the press would've been talking about it forever !![/p][/quote]Genuine question; is he Simon Garner's lad?[/p][/quote]Of course he is, you numpty,[/p][/quote]Thank you for clearing up that no-dad enquiry. I bet you wish he played for you. Get him signed up on a 40 k a week 20 year contract. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 2

11:40pm Sat 10 May 14

digitusjonfred says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
zzzz
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzz digitusjonfred
  • Score: 4

11:42pm Sat 10 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Maxrus wrote:
Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.
To be fair the winner looked like most of the population of Blackburn with "Darren"........only more attractive.
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.[/p][/quote]To be fair the winner looked like most of the population of Blackburn with "Darren"........only more attractive. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 3

11:43pm Sat 10 May 14

digitusjonfred says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
earwego wrote:
Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.
"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't"

Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest?

The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly.

I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base.

Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo?

The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking.

You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine.

In Venky's we Trust.
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
zzzzzzz !!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.[/p][/quote]"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't" Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest? The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly. I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base. Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo? The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking. You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine. In Venky's we Trust.[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzz !! digitusjonfred
  • Score: 3

11:44pm Sat 10 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.
A crowd of over 17,000 on Deepdale today. That shows a local Premier League club up not very far away from here.
The only words that stood out to me there were LOCAL PREMIER LEAGUE CLUB.

I bet it still hurts your throat to say those words.
Not really, never classed a small town in Yorkshire as LOCAL
Look on a map d1ckhead. Then while you're at it why not take another look at the final championship table for this season.

If it doesn't burn your eyes that is.
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Slightly off topic - good luck Preston this afternoon.[/p][/quote]A crowd of over 17,000 on Deepdale today. That shows a local Premier League club up not very far away from here.[/p][/quote]The only words that stood out to me there were LOCAL PREMIER LEAGUE CLUB. I bet it still hurts your throat to say those words.[/p][/quote]Not really, never classed a small town in Yorkshire as LOCAL[/p][/quote]Look on a map d1ckhead. Then while you're at it why not take another look at the final championship table for this season. If it doesn't burn your eyes that is. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 4

11:46pm Sat 10 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Maxrus wrote:
Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.
And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans?

Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.[/p][/quote]And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans? Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff? Steven Seagull
  • Score: 3

12:04am Sun 11 May 14

Maxrus says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.
And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans?

Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?
Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.[/p][/quote]And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans? Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?[/p][/quote]Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta. Maxrus
  • Score: 0

12:20am Sun 11 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.
And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans?

Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?
Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.
No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself?

"Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording.

The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair.

The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues.
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.[/p][/quote]And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans? Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?[/p][/quote]Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.[/p][/quote]No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself? "Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording. The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair. The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 8

1:01am Sun 11 May 14

Maxrus says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.
And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans?

Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?
Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.
No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself?

"Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording.

The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair.

The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues.
I believe the term 'no-dad' does not exist in any dictionary, not least in the English speaking world. Unless you know how to use hyphenations correctly, be very careful what you preach, no brain.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.[/p][/quote]And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans? Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?[/p][/quote]Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.[/p][/quote]No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself? "Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording. The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair. The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues.[/p][/quote]I believe the term 'no-dad' does not exist in any dictionary, not least in the English speaking world. Unless you know how to use hyphenations correctly, be very careful what you preach, no brain. Maxrus
  • Score: -6

1:28am Sun 11 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

Burnley
Worst Ground in Premier League
Worst Squad in Premier League
Lowest Fan base in Premier League
Most Skint club in Premier League............

Oh Dear!!!!!!

Premier League is only a word you can use..nothing else is Premier League about you.

BUMP BUMP BUMP...BACK DOWN
Burnley Worst Ground in Premier League Worst Squad in Premier League Lowest Fan base in Premier League Most Skint club in Premier League............ Oh Dear!!!!!! Premier League is only a word you can use..nothing else is Premier League about you. BUMP BUMP BUMP...BACK DOWN RoversNorthEast
  • Score: -8

7:55am Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Balaji Rao pensioner.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Balaji Rao pensioner.[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 1

8:31am Sun 11 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

RoversNorthEast wrote:
Burnley
Worst Ground in Premier League
Worst Squad in Premier League
Lowest Fan base in Premier League
Most Skint club in Premier League............

Oh Dear!!!!!!

Premier League is only a word you can use..nothing else is Premier League about you.

BUMP BUMP BUMP...BACK DOWN
Oh dear, Cleatus here appears to be having a break down. Once again the reality of your unfortunate situation manifests in your tiny mind to remind you of the financial armageddon that is going to tear your "once proud" club into pieces. And to compound your misery the team you despise the most will be lavishing at the top table enjoying 120 million nicker.

Remember how weak the no-dad predictions about this season were? So forgive me if I take your fcuktarded inane ramblings with a large pinch of salt.

You keep pacing up and down your Shadsworth bedsit punching holes in the plaster board walls my shoeless mouth foaming gimp friend.

The future is claret and blue.
[quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: Burnley Worst Ground in Premier League Worst Squad in Premier League Lowest Fan base in Premier League Most Skint club in Premier League............ Oh Dear!!!!!! Premier League is only a word you can use..nothing else is Premier League about you. BUMP BUMP BUMP...BACK DOWN[/p][/quote]Oh dear, Cleatus here appears to be having a break down. Once again the reality of your unfortunate situation manifests in your tiny mind to remind you of the financial armageddon that is going to tear your "once proud" club into pieces. And to compound your misery the team you despise the most will be lavishing at the top table enjoying 120 million nicker. Remember how weak the no-dad predictions about this season were? So forgive me if I take your fcuktarded inane ramblings with a large pinch of salt. You keep pacing up and down your Shadsworth bedsit punching holes in the plaster board walls my shoeless mouth foaming gimp friend. The future is claret and blue. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 11

8:46am Sun 11 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.
And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans?

Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?
Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.
No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself?

"Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording.

The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair.

The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues.
I believe the term 'no-dad' does not exist in any dictionary, not least in the English speaking world. Unless you know how to use hyphenations correctly, be very careful what you preach, no brain.
The term no-dad is very much alive and kicking in the Blackburn area, as well you know.

Sunday 15th June will be chaos in Blackburn.
[quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.[/p][/quote]And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans? Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?[/p][/quote]Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.[/p][/quote]No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself? "Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording. The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair. The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues.[/p][/quote]I believe the term 'no-dad' does not exist in any dictionary, not least in the English speaking world. Unless you know how to use hyphenations correctly, be very careful what you preach, no brain.[/p][/quote]The term no-dad is very much alive and kicking in the Blackburn area, as well you know. Sunday 15th June will be chaos in Blackburn. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 10

9:35am Sun 11 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

RoversNorthEast wrote:
Burnley
Worst Ground in Premier League
Worst Squad in Premier League
Lowest Fan base in Premier League
Most Skint club in Premier League............

Oh Dear!!!!!!

Premier League is only a word you can use..nothing else is Premier League about you.

BUMP BUMP BUMP...BACK DOWN
-12 On a Rovers Site????wtf

Burnley -120 million lol..it'll take that to paint your sh** hole of a ground...I noticed you never respond to statements about turd moor..why? haha

Also what you got to say about wooden seats and tin sheds at turd moor?

NO comments I bet!
[quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: Burnley Worst Ground in Premier League Worst Squad in Premier League Lowest Fan base in Premier League Most Skint club in Premier League............ Oh Dear!!!!!! Premier League is only a word you can use..nothing else is Premier League about you. BUMP BUMP BUMP...BACK DOWN[/p][/quote]-12 On a Rovers Site????wtf Burnley -120 million lol..it'll take that to paint your sh** hole of a ground...I noticed you never respond to statements about turd moor..why? haha Also what you got to say about wooden seats and tin sheds at turd moor? NO comments I bet! RoversNorthEast
  • Score: -10

9:43am Sun 11 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.
And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans?

Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?
Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.
No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself?

"Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording.

The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair.

The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues.
I believe the term 'no-dad' does not exist in any dictionary, not least in the English speaking world. Unless you know how to use hyphenations correctly, be very careful what you preach, no brain.
The term no-dad is very much alive and kicking in the Blackburn area, as well you know.

Sunday 15th June will be chaos in Blackburn.
What's that supposed to be? A veiled threat of hordes of B*rnley hard men streaming over the hill into Blackburn for the England fixture? You going to leading the line then cracking a few heads? Thought not.

Firstly because you're a soft c*nt.
Secondly because England play Italy on the 14th at 11pm.
Thirdly because pubs have not been given extended licensing laws for the World Cup.

You're about as hard as my first dump in the morning....

...and the day i see B*rnley take Blackburn will be the day that your mediocre fan base even bothers to Turn out and watch your tin-pot club.

I've seen Rovers fans all over Turd Morgue like a rash: Boxing Day '77 and Boxing Day '82 spring to mind.

You keep spinning the myths, Gollum.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.[/p][/quote]And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans? Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?[/p][/quote]Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.[/p][/quote]No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself? "Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording. The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair. The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues.[/p][/quote]I believe the term 'no-dad' does not exist in any dictionary, not least in the English speaking world. Unless you know how to use hyphenations correctly, be very careful what you preach, no brain.[/p][/quote]The term no-dad is very much alive and kicking in the Blackburn area, as well you know. Sunday 15th June will be chaos in Blackburn.[/p][/quote]What's that supposed to be? A veiled threat of hordes of B*rnley hard men streaming over the hill into Blackburn for the England fixture? You going to leading the line then cracking a few heads? Thought not. Firstly because you're a soft c*nt. Secondly because England play Italy on the 14th at 11pm. Thirdly because pubs have not been given extended licensing laws for the World Cup. You're about as hard as my first dump in the morning.... ...and the day i see B*rnley take Blackburn will be the day that your mediocre fan base even bothers to Turn out and watch your tin-pot club. I've seen Rovers fans all over Turd Morgue like a rash: Boxing Day '77 and Boxing Day '82 spring to mind. You keep spinning the myths, Gollum. BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: -2

11:32am Sun 11 May 14

keanoutofrovers says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Where's the two NH, there usually on first,

As for the player he was never up for it IMO.
Completely obsessed.
KH
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Where's the two NH, there usually on first, As for the player he was never up for it IMO.[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed.[/p][/quote]KH keanoutofrovers
  • Score: 1

12:35pm Sun 11 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Manuel Hung wrote:
Looks like GB is in for a good hiding when he makes his trip to India to discuss the clubs future.
on what grounds do you base your assumption
[quote][p][bold]Manuel Hung[/bold] wrote: Looks like GB is in for a good hiding when he makes his trip to India to discuss the clubs future.[/p][/quote]on what grounds do you base your assumption jim 2012
  • Score: 2

12:45pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.
And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans?

Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?
Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.
No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself?

"Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording.

The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair.

The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues.
I believe the term 'no-dad' does not exist in any dictionary, not least in the English speaking world. Unless you know how to use hyphenations correctly, be very careful what you preach, no brain.
The term no-dad is very much alive and kicking in the Blackburn area, as well you know.

Sunday 15th June will be chaos in Blackburn.
What's that supposed to be? A veiled threat of hordes of B*rnley hard men streaming over the hill into Blackburn for the England fixture? You going to leading the line then cracking a few heads? Thought not.

Firstly because you're a soft c*nt.
Secondly because England play Italy on the 14th at 11pm.
Thirdly because pubs have not been given extended licensing laws for the World Cup.

You're about as hard as my first dump in the morning....

...and the day i see B*rnley take Blackburn will be the day that your mediocre fan base even bothers to Turn out and watch your tin-pot club.

I've seen Rovers fans all over Turd Morgue like a rash: Boxing Day '77 and Boxing Day '82 spring to mind.

You keep spinning the myths, Gollum.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS.x
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.[/p][/quote]And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans? Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?[/p][/quote]Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.[/p][/quote]No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself? "Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording. The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair. The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues.[/p][/quote]I believe the term 'no-dad' does not exist in any dictionary, not least in the English speaking world. Unless you know how to use hyphenations correctly, be very careful what you preach, no brain.[/p][/quote]The term no-dad is very much alive and kicking in the Blackburn area, as well you know. Sunday 15th June will be chaos in Blackburn.[/p][/quote]What's that supposed to be? A veiled threat of hordes of B*rnley hard men streaming over the hill into Blackburn for the England fixture? You going to leading the line then cracking a few heads? Thought not. Firstly because you're a soft c*nt. Secondly because England play Italy on the 14th at 11pm. Thirdly because pubs have not been given extended licensing laws for the World Cup. You're about as hard as my first dump in the morning.... ...and the day i see B*rnley take Blackburn will be the day that your mediocre fan base even bothers to Turn out and watch your tin-pot club. I've seen Rovers fans all over Turd Morgue like a rash: Boxing Day '77 and Boxing Day '82 spring to mind. You keep spinning the myths, Gollum.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS.x Super_Clarets
  • Score: 1

12:47pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 0

12:55pm Sun 11 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
earwego wrote:
Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.
"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't"

Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest?

The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly.

I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base.

Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo?

The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking.

You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine.

In Venky's we Trust.
another cut and paste job from the burnley doom monger
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.[/p][/quote]"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't" Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest? The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly. I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base. Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo? The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking. You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine. In Venky's we Trust.[/p][/quote]another cut and paste job from the burnley doom monger jim 2012
  • Score: -2

1:00pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
earwego wrote:
Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.
"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't"

Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest?

The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly.

I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base.

Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo?

The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking.

You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine.

In Venky's we Trust.
another cut and paste job from the burnley doom monger
No cut and paste at all. All fact, and that's what upsets you clowns the most, you know its all going pear shaped and your desperate attempts to ignore FFP are becoming more and more futile.

The ticking time bomb under Ewood Park is entering the final countdown.

Then..... BOOM!
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.[/p][/quote]"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't" Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest? The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly. I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base. Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo? The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking. You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine. In Venky's we Trust.[/p][/quote]another cut and paste job from the burnley doom monger[/p][/quote]No cut and paste at all. All fact, and that's what upsets you clowns the most, you know its all going pear shaped and your desperate attempts to ignore FFP are becoming more and more futile. The ticking time bomb under Ewood Park is entering the final countdown. Then..... BOOM! Super_Clarets
  • Score: 3

1:00pm Sun 11 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on. BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: 3

1:54pm Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 1

1:58pm Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Hi BRFC, I have tried insulting the pillock but having no brain he is immune to insults so it's quicker and easier to put nob head (NH) he will give up before me!!!!
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Hi BRFC, I have tried insulting the pillock but having no brain he is immune to insults so it's quicker and easier to put nob head (NH) he will give up before me!!!! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 6

2:02pm Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
earwego wrote:
Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.
"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't"

Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest?

The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly.

I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base.

Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo?

The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking.

You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine.

In Venky's we Trust.
another cut and paste job from the burnley doom monger
No cut and paste at all. All fact, and that's what upsets you clowns the most, you know its all going pear shaped and your desperate attempts to ignore FFP are becoming more and more futile.

The ticking time bomb under Ewood Park is entering the final countdown.

Then..... BOOM!
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.[/p][/quote]"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't" Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest? The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly. I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base. Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo? The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking. You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine. In Venky's we Trust.[/p][/quote]another cut and paste job from the burnley doom monger[/p][/quote]No cut and paste at all. All fact, and that's what upsets you clowns the most, you know its all going pear shaped and your desperate attempts to ignore FFP are becoming more and more futile. The ticking time bomb under Ewood Park is entering the final countdown. Then..... BOOM![/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 3

2:05pm Sun 11 May 14

baldie says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
earwego wrote:
Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.
"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't"

Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest?

The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly.

I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base.

Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo?

The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking.

You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine.

In Venky's we Trust.
How long have you been saying that the debt is £60 million.
How long have you been saying that the club is losing £2 million + a month?
Why is the debt still at £60 million?
You seem to move in some very influential circles.
Any chance of an update of the ACTUAL figure that Rovers are in debt? Rather than one that you make up in your bedsit,on your own with nobody else to talk to.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.[/p][/quote]"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't" Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest? The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly. I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base. Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo? The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking. You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine. In Venky's we Trust.[/p][/quote]How long have you been saying that the debt is £60 million. How long have you been saying that the club is losing £2 million + a month? Why is the debt still at £60 million? You seem to move in some very influential circles. Any chance of an update of the ACTUAL figure that Rovers are in debt? Rather than one that you make up in your bedsit,on your own with nobody else to talk to. baldie
  • Score: 5

2:06pm Sun 11 May 14

baldie says...

baldie wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
earwego wrote:
Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.
"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't"

Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest?

The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly.

I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base.

Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo?

The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking.

You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine.

In Venky's we Trust.
How long have you been saying that the debt is £60 million.
How long have you been saying that the club is losing £2 million + a month?
Why is the debt still at £60 million?
You seem to move in some very influential circles.
Any chance of an update of the ACTUAL figure that Rovers are in debt? Rather than one that you make up in your bedsit,on your own with nobody else to talk to.
By the way,poor fan base is a good un.
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.[/p][/quote]"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't" Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest? The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly. I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base. Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo? The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking. You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine. In Venky's we Trust.[/p][/quote]How long have you been saying that the debt is £60 million. How long have you been saying that the club is losing £2 million + a month? Why is the debt still at £60 million? You seem to move in some very influential circles. Any chance of an update of the ACTUAL figure that Rovers are in debt? Rather than one that you make up in your bedsit,on your own with nobody else to talk to.[/p][/quote]By the way,poor fan base is a good un. baldie
  • Score: 4

4:44pm Sun 11 May 14

owd nick says...

dangerous dave wrote:
Well theres a surprise if you knob heads recall i said he was a no hoper at day one he coulnt even get into the second rate team he played foe then .
Out with the. Cowboys and indians
Dave, you say everyone involved with Rovers is a no hoper, you are bound to get it right eventually.
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: Well theres a surprise if you knob heads recall i said he was a no hoper at day one he coulnt even get into the second rate team he played foe then . Out with the. Cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]Dave, you say everyone involved with Rovers is a no hoper, you are bound to get it right eventually. owd nick
  • Score: 0

6:00pm Sun 11 May 14

MattNewcastle says...

One of the key things Team GB must in my very humble opinion do is in fact bring in a "creative" midfielder ti back up Cairnet and Evans for as night follows day the chances of them both staying injury free over a massive campiagn next season would be a rarity. To then rely on Lowe ( who if Keane doesn't sign would be a good right back) or williamson to olay in our midfield would be a disaster and possibly cost us a top 6 finish.

keeper Right back central defender and creative midfielder would be my 3 targets with the central midfielder being the key.
One of the key things Team GB must in my very humble opinion do is in fact bring in a "creative" midfielder ti back up Cairnet and Evans for as night follows day the chances of them both staying injury free over a massive campiagn next season would be a rarity. To then rely on Lowe ( who if Keane doesn't sign would be a good right back) or williamson to olay in our midfield would be a disaster and possibly cost us a top 6 finish. keeper Right back central defender and creative midfielder would be my 3 targets with the central midfielder being the key. MattNewcastle
  • Score: 4

6:01pm Sun 11 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-) BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: 1

6:10pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Touched a nerve did I?

I prefer to call you lot no-dad's, it's slightly less harsh, but still gets across the meaning of what you are.

And beating you clowns at Ewood Park, dominating you in every conceivable area all season, finishing 23 points above you, achieving automatic promotion, AND preventing you from scraping into the play-off's is far more than an "ear flick". To say otherwise makes you look childish and petty, either that or you don't really care about your club. We are your biggest rivals remember, and we've spanked you senseless. Take it like a man you muppet.

You've been crying inside since we went up and you'll be crying inside all next season as FFP gives you a well deserved shafting.

And I don't need to put deodorant on, your mam isn't really that fussy. In fact she prefers a bit of chost on the old johnson, she's a mucky pup I'll give you that much.

Tick tock tick tock... BOOM!
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Touched a nerve did I? I prefer to call you lot no-dad's, it's slightly less harsh, but still gets across the meaning of what you are. And beating you clowns at Ewood Park, dominating you in every conceivable area all season, finishing 23 points above you, achieving automatic promotion, AND preventing you from scraping into the play-off's is far more than an "ear flick". To say otherwise makes you look childish and petty, either that or you don't really care about your club. We are your biggest rivals remember, and we've spanked you senseless. Take it like a man you muppet. You've been crying inside since we went up and you'll be crying inside all next season as FFP gives you a well deserved shafting. And I don't need to put deodorant on, your mam isn't really that fussy. In fact she prefers a bit of chost on the old johnson, she's a mucky pup I'll give you that much. Tick tock tick tock... BOOM! Super_Clarets
  • Score: -1

6:14pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 1

6:19pm Sun 11 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Maxrus wrote:
Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.
And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans?

Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?
Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.
No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself?

"Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording.

The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair.

The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues.
I believe the term 'no-dad' does not exist in any dictionary, not least in the English speaking world. Unless you know how to use hyphenations correctly, be very careful what you preach, no brain.
The term no-dad is very much alive and kicking in the Blackburn area, as well you know.

Sunday 15th June will be chaos in Blackburn.
What's that supposed to be? A veiled threat of hordes of B*rnley hard men streaming over the hill into Blackburn for the England fixture? You going to leading the line then cracking a few heads? Thought not.

Firstly because you're a soft c*nt.
Secondly because England play Italy on the 14th at 11pm.
Thirdly because pubs have not been given extended licensing laws for the World Cup.

You're about as hard as my first dump in the morning....

...and the day i see B*rnley take Blackburn will be the day that your mediocre fan base even bothers to Turn out and watch your tin-pot club.

I've seen Rovers fans all over Turd Morgue like a rash: Boxing Day '77 and Boxing Day '82 spring to mind.

You keep spinning the myths, Gollum.
...and the day i see B*rnley take Blackburn will be the day that your mediocre fan base even bothers to Turn out and watch your tin-pot club.

Sunday 9th March 2014 Blackburn 1 Burnley 2. Did we take you then? Go on remind me!

That's a lot of glue you've been sniffing if you've only just woken up peoples chimp.

You have to be the angriest no-dad I've ever encountered, are there many holes in the paper thin walls of your Shadsworth council one bed mudhut?

And what on earth are you talking about going over a hill for an England match to crack some heads? There are some seriously sick fantasies going on inside that vast expanse between your cauliflower ears.
Sunday 15th is fathers day, hence the confusion and chaos in no-dad land. But then again I wouldn't expect you to have known that being the thickest no-dad of them all. Keep checking genes reunited, you might find him one day. Probably in the primate section of Blackpool zoo.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxrus[/bold] wrote: Dingles, keep up with your shenanigans and one day you'll win the European Cu........ Vision Song Contest.[/p][/quote]And how would you keep up with your own shenanigans? Didn't think that one through did you you bell sniff?[/p][/quote]Sorry Mr Pigeon, t'is clear, you just ain't clever enough, ta ta.[/p][/quote]No, I'm sorry but it isn't clear. "Keep up with your shenanigans"? Can you explain just exactly you can keep up with yourself? "Keep up your shenanigans" would have been the more appropriate wording. The standard of education in Shadsworth schools nowadays is evidently beyond repair. The wait for a no-dad to join mensa continues.[/p][/quote]I believe the term 'no-dad' does not exist in any dictionary, not least in the English speaking world. Unless you know how to use hyphenations correctly, be very careful what you preach, no brain.[/p][/quote]The term no-dad is very much alive and kicking in the Blackburn area, as well you know. Sunday 15th June will be chaos in Blackburn.[/p][/quote]What's that supposed to be? A veiled threat of hordes of B*rnley hard men streaming over the hill into Blackburn for the England fixture? You going to leading the line then cracking a few heads? Thought not. Firstly because you're a soft c*nt. Secondly because England play Italy on the 14th at 11pm. Thirdly because pubs have not been given extended licensing laws for the World Cup. You're about as hard as my first dump in the morning.... ...and the day i see B*rnley take Blackburn will be the day that your mediocre fan base even bothers to Turn out and watch your tin-pot club. I've seen Rovers fans all over Turd Morgue like a rash: Boxing Day '77 and Boxing Day '82 spring to mind. You keep spinning the myths, Gollum.[/p][/quote]...and the day i see B*rnley take Blackburn will be the day that your mediocre fan base even bothers to Turn out and watch your tin-pot club. Sunday 9th March 2014 Blackburn 1 Burnley 2. Did we take you then? Go on remind me! That's a lot of glue you've been sniffing if you've only just woken up peoples chimp. You have to be the angriest no-dad I've ever encountered, are there many holes in the paper thin walls of your Shadsworth council one bed mudhut? And what on earth are you talking about going over a hill for an England match to crack some heads? There are some seriously sick fantasies going on inside that vast expanse between your cauliflower ears. Sunday 15th is fathers day, hence the confusion and chaos in no-dad land. But then again I wouldn't expect you to have known that being the thickest no-dad of them all. Keep checking genes reunited, you might find him one day. Probably in the primate section of Blackpool zoo. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 4

6:24pm Sun 11 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
Keep living off your glue/cannabis induced flashbacks Chimp boy, that won't save you from an FFP spanking or the other punitive measures coming your way for the years of arrogance you have displayed.

......meanwhile the glory days are returning to fortress Turf as a result of hard work.and smart running of a football club as opposed to fleecing the life savings out of a pensioner.

Man United, man City, arsenal and Chelsea fans think of you in the same way as the majority of other football fans up and down the country, a complete laughing stock and an utter embarrassment.

But as long as you're happy cleatus.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]Keep living off your glue/cannabis induced flashbacks Chimp boy, that won't save you from an FFP spanking or the other punitive measures coming your way for the years of arrogance you have displayed. ......meanwhile the glory days are returning to fortress Turf as a result of hard work.and smart running of a football club as opposed to fleecing the life savings out of a pensioner. Man United, man City, arsenal and Chelsea fans think of you in the same way as the majority of other football fans up and down the country, a complete laughing stock and an utter embarrassment. But as long as you're happy cleatus. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 0

6:27pm Sun 11 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
Didn't some part time Swedish plumbers put pay to the no-dad "assault " on Europe?

They don't seem to be right keen on mentioning that episode of their glorious history.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]Didn't some part time Swedish plumbers put pay to the no-dad "assault " on Europe? They don't seem to be right keen on mentioning that episode of their glorious history. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 1

6:29pm Sun 11 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards.
Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t.

If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible)

Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining.

The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards. Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t. If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible) Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club! Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining. The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 6

6:36pm Sun 11 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
Didn't some part time Swedish plumbers put pay to the no-dad "assault " on Europe?

They don't seem to be right keen on mentioning that episode of their glorious history.
About as keen as you are discussing your music fatty. I'd stick to making films where you find your wife getting rogered by some Mexicans with acne, then kill 'em all with a pair of chopsticks and a Lion Bar.....
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]Didn't some part time Swedish plumbers put pay to the no-dad "assault " on Europe? They don't seem to be right keen on mentioning that episode of their glorious history.[/p][/quote]About as keen as you are discussing your music fatty. I'd stick to making films where you find your wife getting rogered by some Mexicans with acne, then kill 'em all with a pair of chopsticks and a Lion Bar..... more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 0

6:46pm Sun 11 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA



MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
Didn't some part time Swedish plumbers put pay to the no-dad "assault " on Europe?

They don't seem to be right keen on mentioning that episode of their glorious history.
About as keen as you are discussing your music fatty. I'd stick to making films where you find your wife getting rogered by some Mexicans with acne, then kill 'em all with a pair of chopsticks and a Lion Bar.....
Boom!

Can't argue with that Ray! :)
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]Didn't some part time Swedish plumbers put pay to the no-dad "assault " on Europe? They don't seem to be right keen on mentioning that episode of their glorious history.[/p][/quote]About as keen as you are discussing your music fatty. I'd stick to making films where you find your wife getting rogered by some Mexicans with acne, then kill 'em all with a pair of chopsticks and a Lion Bar.....[/p][/quote]Boom! Can't argue with that Ray! :) Steven Seagull
  • Score: 0

7:01pm Sun 11 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 1

7:08pm Sun 11 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Touched a nerve did I?

I prefer to call you lot no-dad's, it's slightly less harsh, but still gets across the meaning of what you are.

And beating you clowns at Ewood Park, dominating you in every conceivable area all season, finishing 23 points above you, achieving automatic promotion, AND preventing you from scraping into the play-off's is far more than an "ear flick". To say otherwise makes you look childish and petty, either that or you don't really care about your club. We are your biggest rivals remember, and we've spanked you senseless. Take it like a man you muppet.

You've been crying inside since we went up and you'll be crying inside all next season as FFP gives you a well deserved shafting.

And I don't need to put deodorant on, your mam isn't really that fussy. In fact she prefers a bit of chost on the old johnson, she's a mucky pup I'll give you that much.

Tick tock tick tock... BOOM!
I really don't give that much of a sheeeite about B*rnley. It was not nice losing to you but you see, the thing is, i have "taken it like a man". That's why i'm not bitter, delusional or trolling B*rnley internet discussion forums like a crazed maniacal creepy loser. Don't you see? Don't you get it?

Fair do's to Dyche and his players; that is a sentiment that i know has been echoed by many Roverites on on these discussion pages. Why? Because they are graceful in defeat and well, grown up.

B*rnley are bad losers and graceless winners. That is why you are one of the countries most unpopular clubs and your fan base while very small makes up for it's titchyness with bitterness and envy and resentment and jealousy.

If only you could have some sort of out of body experience and see just how tragic and immature you seem.

"We are your biggest rivals remember..." And that's the thing isn't it? You define yourself not by following your club but by your rivalry with another.

It's really sad.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Touched a nerve did I? I prefer to call you lot no-dad's, it's slightly less harsh, but still gets across the meaning of what you are. And beating you clowns at Ewood Park, dominating you in every conceivable area all season, finishing 23 points above you, achieving automatic promotion, AND preventing you from scraping into the play-off's is far more than an "ear flick". To say otherwise makes you look childish and petty, either that or you don't really care about your club. We are your biggest rivals remember, and we've spanked you senseless. Take it like a man you muppet. You've been crying inside since we went up and you'll be crying inside all next season as FFP gives you a well deserved shafting. And I don't need to put deodorant on, your mam isn't really that fussy. In fact she prefers a bit of chost on the old johnson, she's a mucky pup I'll give you that much. Tick tock tick tock... BOOM![/p][/quote]I really don't give that much of a sheeeite about B*rnley. It was not nice losing to you but you see, the thing is, i have "taken it like a man". That's why i'm not bitter, delusional or trolling B*rnley internet discussion forums like a crazed maniacal creepy loser. Don't you see? Don't you get it? Fair do's to Dyche and his players; that is a sentiment that i know has been echoed by many Roverites on on these discussion pages. Why? Because they are graceful in defeat and well, grown up. B*rnley are bad losers and graceless winners. That is why you are one of the countries most unpopular clubs and your fan base while very small makes up for it's titchyness with bitterness and envy and resentment and jealousy. If only you could have some sort of out of body experience and see just how tragic and immature you seem. "We are your biggest rivals remember..." And that's the thing isn't it? You define yourself not by following your club but by your rivalry with another. It's really sad. BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: 3

7:16pm Sun 11 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
I was talking about in your life time. You can't ber much older than 14-17, i'd say.

B*rnley's... ahem..."achievements
" simply pale into insignificance when compared with Rovers who have one trophies in the 1880's, 1890's, 1910's, 1920's, 1930's, 1950's, 1970's, 1980's, 1990's, 2000's - that's almost a trophy a decade of our entire 139 year history.

You are delusional if you think B*rnley have won more than Blackburn Rovers.

"Quarter Final of the European Cup". That's so funny.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]I was talking about in your life time. You can't ber much older than 14-17, i'd say. B*rnley's... ahem..."achievements " simply pale into insignificance when compared with Rovers who have one trophies in the 1880's, 1890's, 1910's, 1920's, 1930's, 1950's, 1970's, 1980's, 1990's, 2000's - that's almost a trophy a decade of our entire 139 year history. You are delusional if you think B*rnley have won more than Blackburn Rovers. "Quarter Final of the European Cup". That's so funny. BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: 0

7:20pm Sun 11 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
Didn't some part time Swedish plumbers put pay to the no-dad "assault " on Europe?

They don't seem to be right keen on mentioning that episode of their glorious history.
Yes, but did we not win the Premier League and were we not crowned Champions of England 6 month later and were B*rnley not relegated to the third level of English football?
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]Didn't some part time Swedish plumbers put pay to the no-dad "assault " on Europe? They don't seem to be right keen on mentioning that episode of their glorious history.[/p][/quote]Yes, but did we not win the Premier League and were we not crowned Champions of England 6 month later and were B*rnley not relegated to the third level of English football? BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: -2

7:20pm Sun 11 May 14

Manuel Hung says...

baldie wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
earwego wrote:
Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.
"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't"

Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest?

The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly.

I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base.

Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo?

The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking.

You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine.

In Venky's we Trust.
How long have you been saying that the debt is £60 million.
How long have you been saying that the club is losing £2 million + a month?
Why is the debt still at £60 million?
You seem to move in some very influential circles.
Any chance of an update of the ACTUAL figure that Rovers are in debt? Rather than one that you make up in your bedsit,on your own with nobody else to talk to.
You will get an update in a couple of months when Wowvers publish their annual accounts.

Inevitably your debts will have risen and 60 million probably isn't an unrealistic figure given you had an operating loss of 32 million last season alone.

Either way FFP isn't going to go away no matter how much you think some futile Court challenge will change things and when it comes it's gonna set you back another five years.
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Due to FFP I think that many clubs in all divisions are going to have surplus players,loans and freebies will become the norm. Most clubs will soon be releasing their list of players surplus to requirements and there could be some real bargains knocking about. We should wait awhile,not rush and just see who comes available. I don't think that Keane will be back,Untd. will keep him so we might be able to pick up another defender.I for one have faith in G.Bs policy of try before you buy. He has built a team from scratch and took it to within 2 points of the play offs in his first full season. Yes he has made mistakes,but that's all part of managing a club,all managers do. As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's,perhaps they know something we don't and have plans to deal with it (hopefully). All will be revealed next season and with luck Rovers can go one step further and get promotion,which will mean we wont have to play the Dingles for many years and keep the likes of Slippery_ Carrot of our pages.[/p][/quote]"As far as FFP is concerned ,the only people that seem worried are the Dingles,it does not seem to worry Venky's, perhaps they know something we don't" Or perhaps not. Have Venky's ever surprised you in a positive way in all the time they have been your owners? Ever? Be honest? The truth is FFP is something they are collectively covering their ears against, they don't understand it, they don't understand the implications to their club as a result of non-compliance or otherwise they would have put into action a plan to resolve the issues that would cripple BRFC that have been known about since 2012 when everyone else began to cut their cloth accordingly. I cannot for the life of me understand why you all seem to find a £60million debt and monthly losses of £2million+ to be in any way acceptable when you are a second tier club with a poor fan base. Why haven't your owners written off the £36million owed to them? Why haven't they put in place a plan and a structure to show that they can have you operating as a self financing concern? Why are you still heading for a transfer embargo? The answer is simple, they have no idea whatsoever about the financial turmoil that is about to befall their investment. It's going to be the comedy to end them all as far as your shambolic football club is concerned when the media finally get hold of it. The clock is ticking. You say they might "hopefully" have a plan to deal with it, and that's about right, all you can do is hope that an organisation that has brought absolute ruin to your club has secretly put in place an incredible series of financial miracles that enable you to survive the single biggest challenge yet. It's all going to be fine. In Venky's we Trust.[/p][/quote]How long have you been saying that the debt is £60 million. How long have you been saying that the club is losing £2 million + a month? Why is the debt still at £60 million? You seem to move in some very influential circles. Any chance of an update of the ACTUAL figure that Rovers are in debt? Rather than one that you make up in your bedsit,on your own with nobody else to talk to.[/p][/quote]You will get an update in a couple of months when Wowvers publish their annual accounts. Inevitably your debts will have risen and 60 million probably isn't an unrealistic figure given you had an operating loss of 32 million last season alone. Either way FFP isn't going to go away no matter how much you think some futile Court challenge will change things and when it comes it's gonna set you back another five years. Manuel Hung
  • Score: 0

7:24pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
As there's my point proved, you will never reach the heights that Burnley FC have.... a European Cup Quarter Final... something you clowns could only dream of when your team was having its backside tanned by a gang of Swedish window cleaners and bin men, and you players were spending more time slapping each other about than playing football. The shame you brought to the English game with that sorry fiasco will never be forgotten.

The true laughingstock of English football, relegated with a caped chicken on the pitch, beaten at home by Burnley, and having to spend your future wondering what might have been if you hadn't bottled it and lost from a winning position. Another 3 points and you'd have undeservedly sneaked into the play-off positions...... hilarious!

And onto next season and your FFP de-panting, I honestly can't wait to see what's left of your shambles of a club by the end of it. A manager with all the charisma of a damp rag, a player under investigation for match-fixing, a death-trap of a stand that's reportedly going to be shut down amid safety concerns next season, and the final insult to all no-dads everywhere..... Burnley FC are in the Premier League.

Take your medicine you festering illegitimate crotch-sniffing degenerates.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]As there's my point proved, you will never reach the heights that Burnley FC have.... a European Cup Quarter Final... something you clowns could only dream of when your team was having its backside tanned by a gang of Swedish window cleaners and bin men, and you players were spending more time slapping each other about than playing football. The shame you brought to the English game with that sorry fiasco will never be forgotten. The true laughingstock of English football, relegated with a caped chicken on the pitch, beaten at home by Burnley, and having to spend your future wondering what might have been if you hadn't bottled it and lost from a winning position. Another 3 points and you'd have undeservedly sneaked into the play-off positions...... hilarious! And onto next season and your FFP de-panting, I honestly can't wait to see what's left of your shambles of a club by the end of it. A manager with all the charisma of a damp rag, a player under investigation for match-fixing, a death-trap of a stand that's reportedly going to be shut down amid safety concerns next season, and the final insult to all no-dads everywhere..... Burnley FC are in the Premier League. Take your medicine you festering illegitimate crotch-sniffing degenerates. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x Super_Clarets
  • Score: 5

7:26pm Sun 11 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards.
Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t.

If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible)

Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining.

The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.
Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons.

And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking.

He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more.

It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards. Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t. If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible) Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club! Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining. The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.[/p][/quote]Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons. And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking. He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more. It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse. BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: 0

7:29pm Sun 11 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

I didn't go but i know many did. How many on here went to Turd Morgue against Orient when they nearly dropped out of the league. I've been told by a number of different sources that when B*rnley scored entire swathes of Turd Morgue remained seated which were Rovers fans that had gone to watch B*rnley drop out of existence

:-)
I didn't go but i know many did. How many on here went to Turd Morgue against Orient when they nearly dropped out of the league. I've been told by a number of different sources that when B*rnley scored entire swathes of Turd Morgue remained seated which were Rovers fans that had gone to watch B*rnley drop out of existence :-) BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: -4

7:37pm Sun 11 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice. BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: -1

7:40pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards.
Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t.

If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible)

Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining.

The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.
Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons.

And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking.

He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more.

It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.
Haha deluded to a man. The shame you feel is evident in each and every desperate, jealous and hate filled post.

We beat you at Ewood Park, you can't pretend it didn't happen you retards!

We then got promoted to the Premier League!

We then prevented you morons from sneaking into the play-off's!

We then laughed ourselves sore at your 8th placed finish and we continue to laugh at your desperation and embarrassment as we march on towards a future in the top flight while you sad puppets fill your pants at the thought of a transfer ban under Bowyer and a third financially draining and ultimately tragic season in the CHUMPIONSHIP.

It's not bunny boiling...

It's not neurotic...

And as much as you'd like to be, it's not even anal....

This is simply a number of proud Burnley fans taking the p!ss out of you and laughing at your club's demise. Laughing at your desperation to find something positive to say about your dying football club, and laughing at the figures that will very shortly be plastered all over the national newspapers as the rumoured winding up petition becomes a reality for poor old debt ridden Blackburn Rovers... IT WILL HAPPEN AND YOU KNOW IT.

We've taken plenty of stick off you clowns over the years and now we're giving a little bit back, and you don't much like it do you!

But keep coming back for more because we're not going anywhere.

Look up Blackburn.... and try not to cry!
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards. Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t. If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible) Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club! Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining. The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.[/p][/quote]Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons. And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking. He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more. It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.[/p][/quote]Haha deluded to a man. The shame you feel is evident in each and every desperate, jealous and hate filled post. We beat you at Ewood Park, you can't pretend it didn't happen you retards! We then got promoted to the Premier League! We then prevented you morons from sneaking into the play-off's! We then laughed ourselves sore at your 8th placed finish and we continue to laugh at your desperation and embarrassment as we march on towards a future in the top flight while you sad puppets fill your pants at the thought of a transfer ban under Bowyer and a third financially draining and ultimately tragic season in the CHUMPIONSHIP. It's not bunny boiling... It's not neurotic... And as much as you'd like to be, it's not even anal.... This is simply a number of proud Burnley fans taking the p!ss out of you and laughing at your club's demise. Laughing at your desperation to find something positive to say about your dying football club, and laughing at the figures that will very shortly be plastered all over the national newspapers as the rumoured winding up petition becomes a reality for poor old debt ridden Blackburn Rovers... IT WILL HAPPEN AND YOU KNOW IT. We've taken plenty of stick off you clowns over the years and now we're giving a little bit back, and you don't much like it do you! But keep coming back for more because we're not going anywhere. Look up Blackburn.... and try not to cry! Super_Clarets
  • Score: 0

7:49pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
I didn't go but i know many did. How many on here went to Turd Morgue against Orient when they nearly dropped out of the league. I've been told by a number of different sources that when B*rnley scored entire swathes of Turd Morgue remained seated which were Rovers fans that had gone to watch B*rnley drop out of existence

:-)
That's exactly right, however those despicable Blackburn fans, the ones who turned up wishing to see our club fold are the very same ones who were crying at Ewood Park when Danny Ings destroyed you dreams. When the final whistle went and we waved you off, all of you sobbing and gesticulating wildly knowing that you had nothing left was a truly beautiful moment.

Burnley FC didn't die that day. We survived and through hard work, determination and just being Burnley, we've fought our way back and now sit in our rightful place looking down once again on you classless morons.

And now it would appear it is our turn to watch you flounder as the debts mount, the losses increase, and the thought of your clueless owners doing a runner becomes more and more of a reality. The clock is ticking.

Forever in our shadow.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: I didn't go but i know many did. How many on here went to Turd Morgue against Orient when they nearly dropped out of the league. I've been told by a number of different sources that when B*rnley scored entire swathes of Turd Morgue remained seated which were Rovers fans that had gone to watch B*rnley drop out of existence :-)[/p][/quote]That's exactly right, however those despicable Blackburn fans, the ones who turned up wishing to see our club fold are the very same ones who were crying at Ewood Park when Danny Ings destroyed you dreams. When the final whistle went and we waved you off, all of you sobbing and gesticulating wildly knowing that you had nothing left was a truly beautiful moment. Burnley FC didn't die that day. We survived and through hard work, determination and just being Burnley, we've fought our way back and now sit in our rightful place looking down once again on you classless morons. And now it would appear it is our turn to watch you flounder as the debts mount, the losses increase, and the thought of your clueless owners doing a runner becomes more and more of a reality. The clock is ticking. Forever in our shadow. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 0

7:53pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA



MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League?

I'm guessing not.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.[/p][/quote]But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League? I'm guessing not. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -2

8:08pm Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA




MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League?

I'm guessing not.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.[/p][/quote]But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League? I'm guessing not.[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 2

8:09pm Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
I didn't go but i know many did. How many on here went to Turd Morgue against Orient when they nearly dropped out of the league. I've been told by a number of different sources that when B*rnley scored entire swathes of Turd Morgue remained seated which were Rovers fans that had gone to watch B*rnley drop out of existence

:-)
That's exactly right, however those despicable Blackburn fans, the ones who turned up wishing to see our club fold are the very same ones who were crying at Ewood Park when Danny Ings destroyed you dreams. When the final whistle went and we waved you off, all of you sobbing and gesticulating wildly knowing that you had nothing left was a truly beautiful moment.

Burnley FC didn't die that day. We survived and through hard work, determination and just being Burnley, we've fought our way back and now sit in our rightful place looking down once again on you classless morons.

And now it would appear it is our turn to watch you flounder as the debts mount, the losses increase, and the thought of your clueless owners doing a runner becomes more and more of a reality. The clock is ticking.

Forever in our shadow.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: I didn't go but i know many did. How many on here went to Turd Morgue against Orient when they nearly dropped out of the league. I've been told by a number of different sources that when B*rnley scored entire swathes of Turd Morgue remained seated which were Rovers fans that had gone to watch B*rnley drop out of existence :-)[/p][/quote]That's exactly right, however those despicable Blackburn fans, the ones who turned up wishing to see our club fold are the very same ones who were crying at Ewood Park when Danny Ings destroyed you dreams. When the final whistle went and we waved you off, all of you sobbing and gesticulating wildly knowing that you had nothing left was a truly beautiful moment. Burnley FC didn't die that day. We survived and through hard work, determination and just being Burnley, we've fought our way back and now sit in our rightful place looking down once again on you classless morons. And now it would appear it is our turn to watch you flounder as the debts mount, the losses increase, and the thought of your clueless owners doing a runner becomes more and more of a reality. The clock is ticking. Forever in our shadow.[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 3

8:09pm Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA



MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards.
Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t.

If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible)

Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining.

The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.
Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons.

And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking.

He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more.

It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.
Haha deluded to a man. The shame you feel is evident in each and every desperate, jealous and hate filled post.

We beat you at Ewood Park, you can't pretend it didn't happen you retards!

We then got promoted to the Premier League!

We then prevented you morons from sneaking into the play-off's!

We then laughed ourselves sore at your 8th placed finish and we continue to laugh at your desperation and embarrassment as we march on towards a future in the top flight while you sad puppets fill your pants at the thought of a transfer ban under Bowyer and a third financially draining and ultimately tragic season in the CHUMPIONSHIP.

It's not bunny boiling...

It's not neurotic...

And as much as you'd like to be, it's not even anal....

This is simply a number of proud Burnley fans taking the p!ss out of you and laughing at your club's demise. Laughing at your desperation to find something positive to say about your dying football club, and laughing at the figures that will very shortly be plastered all over the national newspapers as the rumoured winding up petition becomes a reality for poor old debt ridden Blackburn Rovers... IT WILL HAPPEN AND YOU KNOW IT.

We've taken plenty of stick off you clowns over the years and now we're giving a little bit back, and you don't much like it do you!

But keep coming back for more because we're not going anywhere.

Look up Blackburn.... and try not to cry!
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards. Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t. If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible) Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club! Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining. The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.[/p][/quote]Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons. And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking. He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more. It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.[/p][/quote]Haha deluded to a man. The shame you feel is evident in each and every desperate, jealous and hate filled post. We beat you at Ewood Park, you can't pretend it didn't happen you retards! We then got promoted to the Premier League! We then prevented you morons from sneaking into the play-off's! We then laughed ourselves sore at your 8th placed finish and we continue to laugh at your desperation and embarrassment as we march on towards a future in the top flight while you sad puppets fill your pants at the thought of a transfer ban under Bowyer and a third financially draining and ultimately tragic season in the CHUMPIONSHIP. It's not bunny boiling... It's not neurotic... And as much as you'd like to be, it's not even anal.... This is simply a number of proud Burnley fans taking the p!ss out of you and laughing at your club's demise. Laughing at your desperation to find something positive to say about your dying football club, and laughing at the figures that will very shortly be plastered all over the national newspapers as the rumoured winding up petition becomes a reality for poor old debt ridden Blackburn Rovers... IT WILL HAPPEN AND YOU KNOW IT. We've taken plenty of stick off you clowns over the years and now we're giving a little bit back, and you don't much like it do you! But keep coming back for more because we're not going anywhere. Look up Blackburn.... and try not to cry![/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 2

8:11pm Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA



MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
As there's my point proved, you will never reach the heights that Burnley FC have.... a European Cup Quarter Final... something you clowns could only dream of when your team was having its backside tanned by a gang of Swedish window cleaners and bin men, and you players were spending more time slapping each other about than playing football. The shame you brought to the English game with that sorry fiasco will never be forgotten.

The true laughingstock of English football, relegated with a caped chicken on the pitch, beaten at home by Burnley, and having to spend your future wondering what might have been if you hadn't bottled it and lost from a winning position. Another 3 points and you'd have undeservedly sneaked into the play-off positions...... hilarious!

And onto next season and your FFP de-panting, I honestly can't wait to see what's left of your shambles of a club by the end of it. A manager with all the charisma of a damp rag, a player under investigation for match-fixing, a death-trap of a stand that's reportedly going to be shut down amid safety concerns next season, and the final insult to all no-dads everywhere..... Burnley FC are in the Premier League.

Take your medicine you festering illegitimate crotch-sniffing degenerates.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]As there's my point proved, you will never reach the heights that Burnley FC have.... a European Cup Quarter Final... something you clowns could only dream of when your team was having its backside tanned by a gang of Swedish window cleaners and bin men, and you players were spending more time slapping each other about than playing football. The shame you brought to the English game with that sorry fiasco will never be forgotten. The true laughingstock of English football, relegated with a caped chicken on the pitch, beaten at home by Burnley, and having to spend your future wondering what might have been if you hadn't bottled it and lost from a winning position. Another 3 points and you'd have undeservedly sneaked into the play-off positions...... hilarious! And onto next season and your FFP de-panting, I honestly can't wait to see what's left of your shambles of a club by the end of it. A manager with all the charisma of a damp rag, a player under investigation for match-fixing, a death-trap of a stand that's reportedly going to be shut down amid safety concerns next season, and the final insult to all no-dads everywhere..... Burnley FC are in the Premier League. Take your medicine you festering illegitimate crotch-sniffing degenerates. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 2

8:11pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA





MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League?

I'm guessing not.
NH
Nickersniffing Hobo.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.[/p][/quote]But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League? I'm guessing not.[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Nickersniffing Hobo. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 0

8:13pm Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
Didn't some part time Swedish plumbers put pay to the no-dad "assault " on Europe?

They don't seem to be right keen on mentioning that episode of their glorious history.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]Didn't some part time Swedish plumbers put pay to the no-dad "assault " on Europe? They don't seem to be right keen on mentioning that episode of their glorious history.[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 3

8:16pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA




MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
As there's my point proved, you will never reach the heights that Burnley FC have.... a European Cup Quarter Final... something you clowns could only dream of when your team was having its backside tanned by a gang of Swedish window cleaners and bin men, and you players were spending more time slapping each other about than playing football. The shame you brought to the English game with that sorry fiasco will never be forgotten.

The true laughingstock of English football, relegated with a caped chicken on the pitch, beaten at home by Burnley, and having to spend your future wondering what might have been if you hadn't bottled it and lost from a winning position. Another 3 points and you'd have undeservedly sneaked into the play-off positions...... hilarious!

And onto next season and your FFP de-panting, I honestly can't wait to see what's left of your shambles of a club by the end of it. A manager with all the charisma of a damp rag, a player under investigation for match-fixing, a death-trap of a stand that's reportedly going to be shut down amid safety concerns next season, and the final insult to all no-dads everywhere..... Burnley FC are in the Premier League.

Take your medicine you festering illegitimate crotch-sniffing degenerates.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
NH
Jimmy Savile.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]As there's my point proved, you will never reach the heights that Burnley FC have.... a European Cup Quarter Final... something you clowns could only dream of when your team was having its backside tanned by a gang of Swedish window cleaners and bin men, and you players were spending more time slapping each other about than playing football. The shame you brought to the English game with that sorry fiasco will never be forgotten. The true laughingstock of English football, relegated with a caped chicken on the pitch, beaten at home by Burnley, and having to spend your future wondering what might have been if you hadn't bottled it and lost from a winning position. Another 3 points and you'd have undeservedly sneaked into the play-off positions...... hilarious! And onto next season and your FFP de-panting, I honestly can't wait to see what's left of your shambles of a club by the end of it. A manager with all the charisma of a damp rag, a player under investigation for match-fixing, a death-trap of a stand that's reportedly going to be shut down amid safety concerns next season, and the final insult to all no-dads everywhere..... Burnley FC are in the Premier League. Take your medicine you festering illegitimate crotch-sniffing degenerates. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Jimmy Savile. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 1

8:25pm Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA





MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
As there's my point proved, you will never reach the heights that Burnley FC have.... a European Cup Quarter Final... something you clowns could only dream of when your team was having its backside tanned by a gang of Swedish window cleaners and bin men, and you players were spending more time slapping each other about than playing football. The shame you brought to the English game with that sorry fiasco will never be forgotten.

The true laughingstock of English football, relegated with a caped chicken on the pitch, beaten at home by Burnley, and having to spend your future wondering what might have been if you hadn't bottled it and lost from a winning position. Another 3 points and you'd have undeservedly sneaked into the play-off positions...... hilarious!

And onto next season and your FFP de-panting, I honestly can't wait to see what's left of your shambles of a club by the end of it. A manager with all the charisma of a damp rag, a player under investigation for match-fixing, a death-trap of a stand that's reportedly going to be shut down amid safety concerns next season, and the final insult to all no-dads everywhere..... Burnley FC are in the Premier League.

Take your medicine you festering illegitimate crotch-sniffing degenerates.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
NH
Jimmy Savile.
NHs father!!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]As there's my point proved, you will never reach the heights that Burnley FC have.... a European Cup Quarter Final... something you clowns could only dream of when your team was having its backside tanned by a gang of Swedish window cleaners and bin men, and you players were spending more time slapping each other about than playing football. The shame you brought to the English game with that sorry fiasco will never be forgotten. The true laughingstock of English football, relegated with a caped chicken on the pitch, beaten at home by Burnley, and having to spend your future wondering what might have been if you hadn't bottled it and lost from a winning position. Another 3 points and you'd have undeservedly sneaked into the play-off positions...... hilarious! And onto next season and your FFP de-panting, I honestly can't wait to see what's left of your shambles of a club by the end of it. A manager with all the charisma of a damp rag, a player under investigation for match-fixing, a death-trap of a stand that's reportedly going to be shut down amid safety concerns next season, and the final insult to all no-dads everywhere..... Burnley FC are in the Premier League. Take your medicine you festering illegitimate crotch-sniffing degenerates. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Jimmy Savile.[/p][/quote]NHs father!! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 2

8:27pm Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA



MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA






MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League?

I'm guessing not.
NH
Nickersniffing Hobo.
No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.[/p][/quote]But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League? I'm guessing not.[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Nickersniffing Hobo.[/p][/quote]No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 2

8:43pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA




MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA







MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League?

I'm guessing not.
NH
Nickersniffing Hobo.
No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u!
Rolf Harris' wing man, that's you.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.[/p][/quote]But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League? I'm guessing not.[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Nickersniffing Hobo.[/p][/quote]No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u![/p][/quote]Rolf Harris' wing man, that's you. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 1

8:55pm Sun 11 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards.
Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t.

If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible)

Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining.

The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.
Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons.

And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking.

He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more.

It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.
Ray, you are probably one of the most likeable Rovers fan on here from a Burnley perspective, you've got some good banter and you can take a dig or two while still giving some staunch support to your team.

Therefore I'm actually quite insulted on your behalf that this quarter wit is saying that your writing skills have "developed over these past couple of seasons". A bit patronising to say the least considering you're probably a grown man that can think for himself.

Just an observation.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards. Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t. If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible) Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club! Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining. The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.[/p][/quote]Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons. And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking. He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more. It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.[/p][/quote]Ray, you are probably one of the most likeable Rovers fan on here from a Burnley perspective, you've got some good banter and you can take a dig or two while still giving some staunch support to your team. Therefore I'm actually quite insulted on your behalf that this quarter wit is saying that your writing skills have "developed over these past couple of seasons". A bit patronising to say the least considering you're probably a grown man that can think for himself. Just an observation. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 0

9:01pm Sun 11 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA




MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League?

I'm guessing not.
Apologies for my ignorance but I didn't even notice you were climbing the leauges because I was to busy supporting Blackburn Rovers. You see, us Rovers fans tend to support our club first before devoting our lives to a vicious hatred for another. That said, I understand to a degree where all that poison hatred comes from - failure and lots of it.

I was probably first aware of Burnleys epic journey through the football pyramid when I saw news footage of Steve Davies conducting the annual chest pounding championships whilst stood on the roof of a Transit van in Burnley town centre. You'd waited 17, yes 17 whole seasons to play what was the biggest two games of your unimportant lives - and then we duly pulverised you 7-0 on aggregate, sparking scenes in that wasteland between Lancashire & Yorkshire that resembled something from Plant of the Apes.

The truth is we simply can't compete with Bonlehs total domminance on the "how to be a sh*t football club" category.
Even with our owners from hell, we've been a million miles from the levels of sh*tness that you've monopolised in these parts.

You've set the benchmark of sh*tness and I won't let you forget it.

Still, at least you can sleep safe in the knowledge knowing your excellent manager and 3 decent players are not interested in money or winning trophies but are quite content on the minimum wage with some Asda vouchers thrown in as a sweetener....
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.[/p][/quote]But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League? I'm guessing not.[/p][/quote]Apologies for my ignorance but I didn't even notice you were climbing the leauges because I was to busy supporting Blackburn Rovers. You see, us Rovers fans tend to support our club first before devoting our lives to a vicious hatred for another. That said, I understand to a degree where all that poison hatred comes from - failure and lots of it. I was probably first aware of Burnleys epic journey through the football pyramid when I saw news footage of Steve Davies conducting the annual chest pounding championships whilst stood on the roof of a Transit van in Burnley town centre. You'd waited 17, yes 17 whole seasons to play what was the biggest two games of your unimportant lives - and then we duly pulverised you 7-0 on aggregate, sparking scenes in that wasteland between Lancashire & Yorkshire that resembled something from Plant of the Apes. The truth is we simply can't compete with Bonlehs total domminance on the "how to be a sh*t football club" category. Even with our owners from hell, we've been a million miles from the levels of sh*tness that you've monopolised in these parts. You've set the benchmark of sh*tness and I won't let you forget it. Still, at least you can sleep safe in the knowledge knowing your excellent manager and 3 decent players are not interested in money or winning trophies but are quite content on the minimum wage with some Asda vouchers thrown in as a sweetener.... more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 0

9:03pm Sun 11 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA





MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA








MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League?

I'm guessing not.
NH
Nickersniffing Hobo.
No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u!
Rolf Harris' wing man, that's you.
Maybe LP should be shipped out to Nigeria to help look for those school girls. He's probably got an unhealthy supply of Werther's originals and Haribo in his bungalow.

I picture him to look that that old bloke from Family Guy.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.[/p][/quote]But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League? I'm guessing not.[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Nickersniffing Hobo.[/p][/quote]No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u![/p][/quote]Rolf Harris' wing man, that's you.[/p][/quote]Maybe LP should be shipped out to Nigeria to help look for those school girls. He's probably got an unhealthy supply of Werther's originals and Haribo in his bungalow. I picture him to look that that old bloke from Family Guy. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -3

9:09pm Sun 11 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA



MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards.
Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t.

If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible)

Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining.

The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.
Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons.

And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking.

He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more.

It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.
Ray, you are probably one of the most likeable Rovers fan on here from a Burnley perspective, you've got some good banter and you can take a dig or two while still giving some staunch support to your team.

Therefore I'm actually quite insulted on your behalf that this quarter wit is saying that your writing skills have "developed over these past couple of seasons". A bit patronising to say the least considering you're probably a grown man that can think for himself.

Just an observation.
ha ha, yeah I had noticed that but don't take offence, after all Mr BRFC was using quotes I'd put on here months ago. My words had obviously aroused his mind enough to be recycled months later for a bit of banter.

So when's the next film out anyway? No Under Seige 3 in the pipeline? I think it'd be a good excuse for a sexy topless bird to jump out of a box again!
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards. Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t. If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible) Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club! Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining. The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.[/p][/quote]Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons. And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking. He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more. It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.[/p][/quote]Ray, you are probably one of the most likeable Rovers fan on here from a Burnley perspective, you've got some good banter and you can take a dig or two while still giving some staunch support to your team. Therefore I'm actually quite insulted on your behalf that this quarter wit is saying that your writing skills have "developed over these past couple of seasons". A bit patronising to say the least considering you're probably a grown man that can think for himself. Just an observation.[/p][/quote]ha ha, yeah I had noticed that but don't take offence, after all Mr BRFC was using quotes I'd put on here months ago. My words had obviously aroused his mind enough to be recycled months later for a bit of banter. So when's the next film out anyway? No Under Seige 3 in the pipeline? I think it'd be a good excuse for a sexy topless bird to jump out of a box again! more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: -4

9:32pm Sun 11 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA






MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA









MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League?

I'm guessing not.
NH
Nickersniffing Hobo.
No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u!
Rolf Harris' wing man, that's you.
Maybe LP should be shipped out to Nigeria to help look for those school girls. He's probably got an unhealthy supply of Werther's originals and Haribo in his bungalow.

I picture him to look that that old bloke from Family Guy.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.[/p][/quote]But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League? I'm guessing not.[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Nickersniffing Hobo.[/p][/quote]No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u![/p][/quote]Rolf Harris' wing man, that's you.[/p][/quote]Maybe LP should be shipped out to Nigeria to help look for those school girls. He's probably got an unhealthy supply of Werther's originals and Haribo in his bungalow. I picture him to look that that old bloke from Family Guy.[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 3

10:02pm Sun 11 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA




MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards.
Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t.

If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible)

Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining.

The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.
Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons.

And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking.

He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more.

It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.
Ray, you are probably one of the most likeable Rovers fan on here from a Burnley perspective, you've got some good banter and you can take a dig or two while still giving some staunch support to your team.

Therefore I'm actually quite insulted on your behalf that this quarter wit is saying that your writing skills have "developed over these past couple of seasons". A bit patronising to say the least considering you're probably a grown man that can think for himself.

Just an observation.
ha ha, yeah I had noticed that but don't take offence, after all Mr BRFC was using quotes I'd put on here months ago. My words had obviously aroused his mind enough to be recycled months later for a bit of banter.

So when's the next film out anyway? No Under Seige 3 in the pipeline? I think it'd be a good excuse for a sexy topless bird to jump out of a box again!
I'd ignore the soppy boll0cks if i were you, Ray.

My comments about your writing ability were a wry nod of appreciation.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards. Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t. If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible) Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club! Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining. The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.[/p][/quote]Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons. And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking. He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more. It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.[/p][/quote]Ray, you are probably one of the most likeable Rovers fan on here from a Burnley perspective, you've got some good banter and you can take a dig or two while still giving some staunch support to your team. Therefore I'm actually quite insulted on your behalf that this quarter wit is saying that your writing skills have "developed over these past couple of seasons". A bit patronising to say the least considering you're probably a grown man that can think for himself. Just an observation.[/p][/quote]ha ha, yeah I had noticed that but don't take offence, after all Mr BRFC was using quotes I'd put on here months ago. My words had obviously aroused his mind enough to be recycled months later for a bit of banter. So when's the next film out anyway? No Under Seige 3 in the pipeline? I think it'd be a good excuse for a sexy topless bird to jump out of a box again![/p][/quote]I'd ignore the soppy boll0cks if i were you, Ray. My comments about your writing ability were a wry nod of appreciation. BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: 2

10:04pm Sun 11 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA





MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League?

I'm guessing not.
Apologies for my ignorance but I didn't even notice you were climbing the leauges because I was to busy supporting Blackburn Rovers. You see, us Rovers fans tend to support our club first before devoting our lives to a vicious hatred for another. That said, I understand to a degree where all that poison hatred comes from - failure and lots of it.

I was probably first aware of Burnleys epic journey through the football pyramid when I saw news footage of Steve Davies conducting the annual chest pounding championships whilst stood on the roof of a Transit van in Burnley town centre. You'd waited 17, yes 17 whole seasons to play what was the biggest two games of your unimportant lives - and then we duly pulverised you 7-0 on aggregate, sparking scenes in that wasteland between Lancashire & Yorkshire that resembled something from Plant of the Apes.

The truth is we simply can't compete with Bonlehs total domminance on the "how to be a sh*t football club" category.
Even with our owners from hell, we've been a million miles from the levels of sh*tness that you've monopolised in these parts.

You've set the benchmark of sh*tness and I won't let you forget it.

Still, at least you can sleep safe in the knowledge knowing your excellent manager and 3 decent players are not interested in money or winning trophies but are quite content on the minimum wage with some Asda vouchers thrown in as a sweetener....
Comedic genius; even more so than John Bonds attempted plunder of the B*rnley youth team.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.[/p][/quote]But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League? I'm guessing not.[/p][/quote]Apologies for my ignorance but I didn't even notice you were climbing the leauges because I was to busy supporting Blackburn Rovers. You see, us Rovers fans tend to support our club first before devoting our lives to a vicious hatred for another. That said, I understand to a degree where all that poison hatred comes from - failure and lots of it. I was probably first aware of Burnleys epic journey through the football pyramid when I saw news footage of Steve Davies conducting the annual chest pounding championships whilst stood on the roof of a Transit van in Burnley town centre. You'd waited 17, yes 17 whole seasons to play what was the biggest two games of your unimportant lives - and then we duly pulverised you 7-0 on aggregate, sparking scenes in that wasteland between Lancashire & Yorkshire that resembled something from Plant of the Apes. The truth is we simply can't compete with Bonlehs total domminance on the "how to be a sh*t football club" category. Even with our owners from hell, we've been a million miles from the levels of sh*tness that you've monopolised in these parts. You've set the benchmark of sh*tness and I won't let you forget it. Still, at least you can sleep safe in the knowledge knowing your excellent manager and 3 decent players are not interested in money or winning trophies but are quite content on the minimum wage with some Asda vouchers thrown in as a sweetener....[/p][/quote]Comedic genius; even more so than John Bonds attempted plunder of the B*rnley youth team. BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: -6

10:11pm Sun 11 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA







MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA










MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League?

I'm guessing not.
NH
Nickersniffing Hobo.
No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u!
Rolf Harris' wing man, that's you.
Maybe LP should be shipped out to Nigeria to help look for those school girls. He's probably got an unhealthy supply of Werther's originals and Haribo in his bungalow.

I picture him to look that that old bloke from Family Guy.
NH
For the safety of others, I can finally reveal the identity of Lancs - pensioner....

http://www.lancashir
etelegraph.co.uk/new
s/9907374.Blackburn_
pensioner_fined_for_
interfering_with_two
_horses/?ref=ar


"A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal."

It all makes perfect sense now... NH.

Nobs Horses.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.[/p][/quote]But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League? I'm guessing not.[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Nickersniffing Hobo.[/p][/quote]No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u![/p][/quote]Rolf Harris' wing man, that's you.[/p][/quote]Maybe LP should be shipped out to Nigeria to help look for those school girls. He's probably got an unhealthy supply of Werther's originals and Haribo in his bungalow. I picture him to look that that old bloke from Family Guy.[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]For the safety of others, I can finally reveal the identity of Lancs - pensioner.... http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/new s/9907374.Blackburn_ pensioner_fined_for_ interfering_with_two _horses/?ref=ar "A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal." It all makes perfect sense now... NH. Nobs Horses. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -2

11:03pm Sun 11 May 14

modan says...

RoversNorthEast wrote:
Burnley
Worst Ground in Premier League
Worst Squad in Premier League
Lowest Fan base in Premier League
Most Skint club in Premier League............

Oh Dear!!!!!!

Premier League is only a word you can use..nothing else is Premier League about you.

BUMP BUMP BUMP...BACK DOWN
Worst housing in country with most houses boarded up and population down from 89,000 to 87,000 today.What a depressing place Burnley .
Blackburn were in Premier League for 18 years
Blackburn won the PL Title in 1995 with only five clubs to do so with likes of Man Utd, Arsenal,Chelsea and Man City.
Blackburn were in Champion's League as Champions of in England in 1995
Blackburn qualified for UEFA for four times
Blackburn won the League Cup in 2002
Blackburn Rovers are £18 bilion pounds richer than Burnley.
Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL where we belong and the dingles will be down in one season like in 2010.
[quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: Burnley Worst Ground in Premier League Worst Squad in Premier League Lowest Fan base in Premier League Most Skint club in Premier League............ Oh Dear!!!!!! Premier League is only a word you can use..nothing else is Premier League about you. BUMP BUMP BUMP...BACK DOWN[/p][/quote]Worst housing in country with most houses boarded up and population down from 89,000 to 87,000 today.What a depressing place Burnley . Blackburn were in Premier League for 18 years Blackburn won the PL Title in 1995 with only five clubs to do so with likes of Man Utd, Arsenal,Chelsea and Man City. Blackburn were in Champion's League as Champions of in England in 1995 Blackburn qualified for UEFA for four times Blackburn won the League Cup in 2002 Blackburn Rovers are £18 bilion pounds richer than Burnley. Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL where we belong and the dingles will be down in one season like in 2010. modan
  • Score: 0

11:23pm Sun 11 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

modan wrote:
RoversNorthEast wrote:
Burnley
Worst Ground in Premier League
Worst Squad in Premier League
Lowest Fan base in Premier League
Most Skint club in Premier League............

Oh Dear!!!!!!

Premier League is only a word you can use..nothing else is Premier League about you.

BUMP BUMP BUMP...BACK DOWN
Worst housing in country with most houses boarded up and population down from 89,000 to 87,000 today.What a depressing place Burnley .
Blackburn were in Premier League for 18 years
Blackburn won the PL Title in 1995 with only five clubs to do so with likes of Man Utd, Arsenal,Chelsea and Man City.
Blackburn were in Champion's League as Champions of in England in 1995
Blackburn qualified for UEFA for four times
Blackburn won the League Cup in 2002
Blackburn Rovers are £18 bilion pounds richer than Burnley.
Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL where we belong and the dingles will be down in one season like in 2010.
NH.
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: Burnley Worst Ground in Premier League Worst Squad in Premier League Lowest Fan base in Premier League Most Skint club in Premier League............ Oh Dear!!!!!! Premier League is only a word you can use..nothing else is Premier League about you. BUMP BUMP BUMP...BACK DOWN[/p][/quote]Worst housing in country with most houses boarded up and population down from 89,000 to 87,000 today.What a depressing place Burnley . Blackburn were in Premier League for 18 years Blackburn won the PL Title in 1995 with only five clubs to do so with likes of Man Utd, Arsenal,Chelsea and Man City. Blackburn were in Champion's League as Champions of in England in 1995 Blackburn qualified for UEFA for four times Blackburn won the League Cup in 2002 Blackburn Rovers are £18 bilion pounds richer than Burnley. Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL where we belong and the dingles will be down in one season like in 2010.[/p][/quote]NH. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 3

11:29pm Sun 11 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA




MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards.
Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t.

If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible)

Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining.

The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.
Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons.

And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking.

He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more.

It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.
Ray, you are probably one of the most likeable Rovers fan on here from a Burnley perspective, you've got some good banter and you can take a dig or two while still giving some staunch support to your team.

Therefore I'm actually quite insulted on your behalf that this quarter wit is saying that your writing skills have "developed over these past couple of seasons". A bit patronising to say the least considering you're probably a grown man that can think for himself.

Just an observation.
ha ha, yeah I had noticed that but don't take offence, after all Mr BRFC was using quotes I'd put on here months ago. My words had obviously aroused his mind enough to be recycled months later for a bit of banter.

So when's the next film out anyway? No Under Seige 3 in the pipeline? I think it'd be a good excuse for a sexy topless bird to jump out of a box again!
I'm putting that on hold for a while, I've got more gigs at Burnley Mechanics and St George's Hall to do first.

And for tidy birds to jump out of a cake, I'm gonna audition some of the Poland Eurovision song team from last night. If you didn't see them I urge you to check them out on you tube.

ENJOY!
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards. Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t. If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible) Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club! Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining. The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.[/p][/quote]Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons. And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking. He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more. It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.[/p][/quote]Ray, you are probably one of the most likeable Rovers fan on here from a Burnley perspective, you've got some good banter and you can take a dig or two while still giving some staunch support to your team. Therefore I'm actually quite insulted on your behalf that this quarter wit is saying that your writing skills have "developed over these past couple of seasons". A bit patronising to say the least considering you're probably a grown man that can think for himself. Just an observation.[/p][/quote]ha ha, yeah I had noticed that but don't take offence, after all Mr BRFC was using quotes I'd put on here months ago. My words had obviously aroused his mind enough to be recycled months later for a bit of banter. So when's the next film out anyway? No Under Seige 3 in the pipeline? I think it'd be a good excuse for a sexy topless bird to jump out of a box again![/p][/quote]I'm putting that on hold for a while, I've got more gigs at Burnley Mechanics and St George's Hall to do first. And for tidy birds to jump out of a cake, I'm gonna audition some of the Poland Eurovision song team from last night. If you didn't see them I urge you to check them out on you tube. ENJOY! Steven Seagull
  • Score: 0

12:48am Mon 12 May 14

Maxrus says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA



MPIONS.
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.
U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.
Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years.

I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".
NH
Completely obsessed.

The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you.

Senile old peeping Tom.
Are you an actual c*nt or what?

I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you.

You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base.

Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years.

Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.
Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards.
Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t.

If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible)

Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining.

The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.
Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons.

And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking.

He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more.

It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.
Ray, you are probably one of the most likeable Rovers fan on here from a Burnley perspective, you've got some good banter and you can take a dig or two while still giving some staunch support to your team.

Therefore I'm actually quite insulted on your behalf that this quarter wit is saying that your writing skills have "developed over these past couple of seasons". A bit patronising to say the least considering you're probably a grown man that can think for himself.

Just an observation.
Slimy Slug
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised you didn't offer him a 35 K a week 15 year contract with 3 million quid agents fees given your previous.[/p][/quote]U r such a nob head!! Why don't u pluck off back on your dingle page where you and the "other" nob head belong. Stalking a news paper page is a serious offence u know.[/p][/quote]Woah there LP, cool yer jets all that aggression isn't good for a man of your advanced years. I don't know, if you don't kerb that temper of yours we'll be calling you "Balaji Rao pensioner".[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Completely obsessed. The Nickersniffering Hobo strikes again. Even the Rovers fans are tiring of you repeating ever Burnley post, you simply cannot get enough of us can you. Senile old peeping Tom.[/p][/quote]Are you an actual c*nt or what? I'm not tired of him but what I am tired of is having to scroll past the banal mediocrity of your tedious bleetings and your 4-5 different user names so that I can read posts on a Rovers web site about Blackburn Rovers posted by Rovers fans instead of sad gimps like you. You see, as some one astutely pointed out, Rovers fans calling you lot "Dingles" is actually quite funny; you calling us "Bastards" reeks of envy, jealousy and bitterness. Because you are a small club with a mediocre fan base. Also, as some one else again said, the pain you have inflicted upon us this season is but a mere ear flick compared to the juggernaut that has been BRFC smashing into and then reversing back over B*rnley over and over again for 35 years. Get out, get some fresh air, get a girlfriend (preferably not a relative) wash the cheese from under your cockskin, trim and clean your dirty finger nails and put some fcuking deodorant on.[/p][/quote]Good stuff BRFC, It was actually me that educated the bunny boiler regards the Dingle comedy nickname & I also used the ear flick versus train comparison because it perfectly describes the monumental torture we've dished out to those Rovers infatuated tobacco chewing lizards. Normal folk accept when they've been made to look like a complete tool for about the thousandth time - but not this tw4t. If I'm honest, I'm actually glad he pollutes theses pages because he sums Dingles up perfectly. Sure, his banter & wind up attempts are sunday league quality but it only makes him look like a bigger tw4t (if that's possible) Truth manipulating Dingle propaganda (for example we only took 10,000 to Full Members Cup final), selective short term memory, self importance, self righteousness, myth worshiping, hypocrisy, contradiction and complete denial of the facts. They've taken jealousy, hate and envy to levels that will never be equaled and seem to think one decent season completely erases history - then, astonishingly, assume we're jealous of their club! Ha ha ha ha ha ha - I know, it's cringeworthy but still very entertaining. The complete lack of class that comes with years of being humiliated is there in abundance and I think it's hilarious.[/p][/quote]Excellent stuff Ray. I've been following your posts with some interest, you've really developed your writing skills (as evidenced above) these past couple of seasons. And yes, you describe very eloquently their bunny boiling neurotic anally retentive cyber stalking. He is a tool and you've kicked the poor c*nt all over this message board countless times but it still comes back for more. It is a joy watching how you paw with him, like a cat with a mouse.[/p][/quote]Ray, you are probably one of the most likeable Rovers fan on here from a Burnley perspective, you've got some good banter and you can take a dig or two while still giving some staunch support to your team. Therefore I'm actually quite insulted on your behalf that this quarter wit is saying that your writing skills have "developed over these past couple of seasons". A bit patronising to say the least considering you're probably a grown man that can think for himself. Just an observation.[/p][/quote]Slimy Slug Maxrus
  • Score: 1

8:14am Mon 12 May 14

greenscreener says...

.
MY DADS BIGGER THAN YOUR DAD.

ffs, grow up.
. MY DADS BIGGER THAN YOUR DAD. ffs, grow up. greenscreener
  • Score: 0

8:45am Mon 12 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA








MPIONS.
wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA











MPIONS.
wrote:
Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle?

I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football.

No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it".

:-)
We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel!

You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995!

We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend.

Thick as mince.
''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup''

You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants.

...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then.

I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4.

We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest.

Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy
At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup.

And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football.

"There's a circus come to town! Come to town!
Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown!
B*rnley b*astards to Division 4!
And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!"

I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.
But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League?

I'm guessing not.
NH
Nickersniffing Hobo.
No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u!
Rolf Harris' wing man, that's you.
Maybe LP should be shipped out to Nigeria to help look for those school girls. He's probably got an unhealthy supply of Werther's originals and Haribo in his bungalow.

I picture him to look that that old bloke from Family Guy.
NH
For the safety of others, I can finally reveal the identity of Lancs - pensioner....

http://www.lancashir

etelegraph.co.uk/new

s/9907374.Blackburn_

pensioner_fined_for_

interfering_with_two

_horses/?ref=ar


"A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal."

It all makes perfect sense now... NH.

Nobs Horses.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: Having just watched Manchester City continue Lancashire's fine tradition of dominating English football, I was watching the City fans in the stand, their faces for long stretches etched with anxiety and tension, will we or won't we be Champions of England when the ref' blows the final whistle? I totally empathized. All Rovers fans have experienced the glorious tension and then delirious joy of seeing their team, their club and those famous blue & white halves sit proudly at the pinnacle of English football. No Burnley fan alive today will ever know what that feels like; will never be able to talk to a Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea fan, look them in the eyes and... well... just "know"... just "get it". :-)[/p][/quote]We've been there and done it TWICE you absolute mongrel! You clowns really are showing yourselves up these days. As hard as it is to believe football did exist before 1995! We've also won the FA Cup, and we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup, please tell us how far your European experience stretched? You'll never reach the heights that we have my webfingered friend. Thick as mince.[/p][/quote]''we've also reached the Quarter Final of the European Cup'' You hadn't even hatched from where that tramp had w4nked on the wall behind Cats Whiskers way back then puff pants. ...and playing 2 games to go straight to the quarter final is hardly Champions League format is it you undershot redneck? Not to mention that the European Cup was taken about as serious as the Zenith Data Systems Cup back then. I'm pleased to confirm football did exist before 95. I seem remember around 1987 Burnley having a some crowds of just 1,500 in Division 4. We'll never reach the lows you have and you'll never see Bonleh win a major trophy as long as you've got a swollen mono brow and a bird who's just won the Eurovision song contest. Easy easy easy easy..... CYAM ON easy easy easy easy[/p][/quote]At one point their crowds were LESS than 1,500 and don't be so harsh on the Zenith Date Systems Cup. And like you Ray, i do remember pre 1995 all too well....John Bond.... special Agent Bond was a particularly good period in English football. "There's a circus come to town! Come to town! Johnny Benson is the clown! Is the clown! B*rnley b*astards to Division 4! And we won't see you anymore! Anymore!" I enjoyed watching them plummet to the @rsehole end of the football league. It was nice.[/p][/quote]But did you enjoy seeing us rise all the way from the bottom, climbing the leagues without the financial support of a senile old crackpot, handing you beating on the way, and overtake you as we head towards the riches of the Premier League? I'm guessing not.[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]Nickersniffing Hobo.[/p][/quote]No I'll spell it out for you "Nob Head" that's u![/p][/quote]Rolf Harris' wing man, that's you.[/p][/quote]Maybe LP should be shipped out to Nigeria to help look for those school girls. He's probably got an unhealthy supply of Werther's originals and Haribo in his bungalow. I picture him to look that that old bloke from Family Guy.[/p][/quote]NH[/p][/quote]For the safety of others, I can finally reveal the identity of Lancs - pensioner.... http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/new s/9907374.Blackburn_ pensioner_fined_for_ interfering_with_two _horses/?ref=ar "A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal." It all makes perfect sense now... NH. Nobs Horses.[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 1

8:46am Mon 12 May 14

Rovers.1875 says...

dangerous dave wrote:
Well theres a surprise if you knob heads recall i said he was a no hoper at day one he coulnt even get into the second rate team he played foe then .
Out with the. Cowboys and indians
How can you call anyone a knob head? I don't think many people recall what you say because it is always a retarded comment, but with that in mind, yeah that does sound exactly like everything you say about every player, including the players that have come to be great this season.

What a fool you are.
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: Well theres a surprise if you knob heads recall i said he was a no hoper at day one he coulnt even get into the second rate team he played foe then . Out with the. Cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]How can you call anyone a knob head? I don't think many people recall what you say because it is always a retarded comment, but with that in mind, yeah that does sound exactly like everything you say about every player, including the players that have come to be great this season. What a fool you are. Rovers.1875
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