Blackburn Rovers to round off pre-season with Ewood Park clash with Mark Hughes' Stoke City

This Is Lancashire: Former Rovers boss Mark Hughes is returning to Ewood Former Rovers boss Mark Hughes is returning to Ewood

BLACKBURN Rovers will complete their pre-season preparations with a home clash against Mark Hughes’ Stoke City.

Former Rovers boss Hughes will bring his Premier League outfit to Ewood Park on Sunday, August 3 for what will be Gary Bowyer’s side's sole home friendly of the summer (3pm).

Their other four friendlies take them to AFC Telford United, Accrington Stanley, Bradford City and Bury.

The trip to Conference Premier new boys Telford kicks-off Rovers’ pre-season schedule on Saturday, July 12 (3pm).

Boss Bowyer will then take his players, for a second year running, to Portugal for a week-long warm weather training camp between July 14-20, before they return to East Lancashire to take on Stanley, managed by former Rovers striker James Beattie, at their Store First Stadium home on Wednesday, July 23 (7.45pm).

The friendly is part of the compensation package between the clubs following Connor Mahoney’s move to Rovers in December.

Rovers will then travel to League One Bradford City on Saturday, July 26 (3pm) and Stanley’s League Two rivals Bury on Wednesday, July 30 (7.45pm) before returning to Ewood to take on Hughes and Stoke, less than a week before the Championship campaign gets under way on Saturday, August 9.

Fixtures for the 2014-15 Championship season will be released on Wednesday, June 18.

Rovers’ U21s team have lined up six pre-season friendlies, all away from home.

They are: Saturday, July 12 A Clitheroe (3pm); Saturday, July 19 A Knaresborough Town (2pm); Tuesday, July 22 A AFC Darwen (7.45pm); Tuesday, July 29 A Annan Athletic (7.30pm); Saturday, August 2 A Penrith (2pm); Tuesday, August 5 A Workington (7pm).

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12:48pm Tue 13 May 14

Reg Rover says...

ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE.
I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season.
Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs.
Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title.
This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million.
By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would.
Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits.
Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners.
To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One.
Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it.
He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes.
He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it.
He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%.
Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others.
He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !!
I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation.
I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands.
After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place.
After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning.
Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk
ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE. I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season. Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs. Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title. This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million. By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would. Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits. Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners. To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One. Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it. He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes. He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it. He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%. Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others. He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !! I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation. I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands. After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place. After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning. Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk Reg Rover
  • Score: 36

1:03pm Tue 13 May 14

noddy57 says...

that is an excellent taster for the coming season,,not sure about the others though.
that is an excellent taster for the coming season,,not sure about the others though. noddy57
  • Score: 3

1:18pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Reg Rover wrote:
ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE.
I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season.
Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs.
Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title.
This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million.
By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would.
Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits.
Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners.
To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One.
Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it.
He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes.
He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it.
He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%.
Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others.
He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !!
I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation.
I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands.
After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place.
After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning.
Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c

o.uk
Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer.

Look after him, he's a gem.
[quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE. I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season. Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs. Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title. This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million. By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would. Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits. Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners. To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One. Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it. He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes. He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it. He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%. Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others. He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !! I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation. I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands. After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place. After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning. Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer. Look after him, he's a gem. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -20

1:26pm Tue 13 May 14

Reg Rover says...

CLOSE SEASON BREAK
Reg (pic above !) is taking a close season break. Unless something unforeseen happens at Ewood, such as Venky’s of London Limited selling the club !. I wish.
I’m off to Spain to watch the World Cup in the Spanish pubs, clubs and bars. Cannot afford Brazil, so it is the next best thing.
Ever the optimist, I predict England to make reach the last eight.
See you all next season when I fully expect Rovers, under the direction Gary Bowyer, to make a serious promotion push.
‘Oh and by the way’, WWW.REGOFTHEROVERS.C
O.UK is up for SALE !
Don’t all cheer at once !
Any serious offers for website and domain name, please contact Reg via email. reg@regoftherovers.c
o.uk or contact page on website http://www.regofther
overs.co.uk/index.ph
p/contact-us
Over 1000 hits per week. In excess of 70,000 per annum. The ideal vehicle for any Rovers fan. I look forward to your bids.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk
CLOSE SEASON BREAK Reg (pic above !) is taking a close season break. Unless something unforeseen happens at Ewood, such as Venky’s of London Limited selling the club !. I wish. I’m off to Spain to watch the World Cup in the Spanish pubs, clubs and bars. Cannot afford Brazil, so it is the next best thing. Ever the optimist, I predict England to make reach the last eight. See you all next season when I fully expect Rovers, under the direction Gary Bowyer, to make a serious promotion push. ‘Oh and by the way’, WWW.REGOFTHEROVERS.C O.UK is up for SALE ! Don’t all cheer at once ! Any serious offers for website and domain name, please contact Reg via email. reg@regoftherovers.c o.uk or contact page on website http://www.regofther overs.co.uk/index.ph p/contact-us Over 1000 hits per week. In excess of 70,000 per annum. The ideal vehicle for any Rovers fan. I look forward to your bids. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk Reg Rover
  • Score: -1

1:30pm Tue 13 May 14

Reg Rover says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Reg Rover wrote:
ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE.
I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season.
Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs.
Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title.
This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million.
By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would.
Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits.
Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners.
To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One.
Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it.
He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes.
He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it.
He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%.
Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others.
He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !!
I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation.
I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands.
After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place.
After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning.
Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c


o.uk
Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer.

Look after him, he's a gem.
I would not admit to only beating Blackburn Rovers once in 34 years.
Nothing to be proud of. I would keep quiet if i was you. Here to the next 34 !
Reg.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE. I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season. Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs. Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title. This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million. By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would. Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits. Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners. To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One. Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it. He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes. He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it. He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%. Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others. He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !! I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation. I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands. After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place. After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning. Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer. Look after him, he's a gem.[/p][/quote]I would not admit to only beating Blackburn Rovers once in 34 years. Nothing to be proud of. I would keep quiet if i was you. Here to the next 34 ! Reg. Reg Rover
  • Score: 31

1:34pm Tue 13 May 14

GAZHAY says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Reg Rover wrote:
ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE.
I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season.
Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs.
Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title.
This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million.
By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would.
Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits.
Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners.
To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One.
Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it.
He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes.
He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it.
He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%.
Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others.
He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !!
I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation.
I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands.
After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place.
After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning.
Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c


o.uk
Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer.

Look after him, he's a gem.
Sad bell !!!! End!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE. I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season. Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs. Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title. This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million. By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would. Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits. Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners. To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One. Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it. He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes. He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it. He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%. Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others. He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !! I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation. I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands. After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place. After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning. Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer. Look after him, he's a gem.[/p][/quote]Sad bell !!!! End!!!! GAZHAY
  • Score: 8

1:48pm Tue 13 May 14

French Rover says...

Reg Rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Reg Rover wrote:
ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE.
I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season.
Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs.
Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title.
This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million.
By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would.
Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits.
Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners.
To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One.
Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it.
He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes.
He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it.
He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%.
Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others.
He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !!
I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation.
I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands.
After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place.
After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning.
Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c



o.uk
Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer.

Look after him, he's a gem.
I would not admit to only beating Blackburn Rovers once in 34 years.
Nothing to be proud of. I would keep quiet if i was you. Here to the next 34 !
Reg.
Have to agree with you for once here Reg.

The claret clown doesn`t mention the fact that the Rovers away record at Burnley still stands firm.

36 Long Long Years since Burnley last managed to beat the Rovers at Turf Moor.
[quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE. I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season. Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs. Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title. This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million. By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would. Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits. Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners. To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One. Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it. He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes. He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it. He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%. Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others. He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !! I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation. I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands. After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place. After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning. Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer. Look after him, he's a gem.[/p][/quote]I would not admit to only beating Blackburn Rovers once in 34 years. Nothing to be proud of. I would keep quiet if i was you. Here to the next 34 ! Reg.[/p][/quote]Have to agree with you for once here Reg. The claret clown doesn`t mention the fact that the Rovers away record at Burnley still stands firm. 36 Long Long Years since Burnley last managed to beat the Rovers at Turf Moor. French Rover
  • Score: 12

1:48pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Reg Rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Reg Rover wrote:
ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE.
I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season.
Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs.
Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title.
This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million.
By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would.
Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits.
Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners.
To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One.
Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it.
He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes.
He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it.
He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%.
Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others.
He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !!
I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation.
I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands.
After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place.
After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning.
Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c



o.uk
Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer.

Look after him, he's a gem.
I would not admit to only beating Blackburn Rovers once in 34 years.
Nothing to be proud of. I would keep quiet if i was you. Here to the next 34 !
Reg.
If we hadn't beaten you at home, and then got promoted, and then watched you fail to even reach the play-off's... then you might have a leg to stand on.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
[quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE. I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season. Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs. Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title. This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million. By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would. Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits. Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners. To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One. Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it. He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes. He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it. He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%. Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others. He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !! I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation. I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands. After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place. After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning. Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer. Look after him, he's a gem.[/p][/quote]I would not admit to only beating Blackburn Rovers once in 34 years. Nothing to be proud of. I would keep quiet if i was you. Here to the next 34 ! Reg.[/p][/quote]If we hadn't beaten you at home, and then got promoted, and then watched you fail to even reach the play-off's... then you might have a leg to stand on. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x Super_Clarets
  • Score: -11

1:55pm Tue 13 May 14

A Rover 45 years and over says...

Tim Sherwood sacked ! Hope that doesn't put the cat among the pigeons with S.S still on board. GB's last 4 0r 5 game push has shown every one that he is up for it and can do it, Maybe time to give him a contract in order to continue the stability that he has brought to the club
Tim Sherwood sacked ! Hope that doesn't put the cat among the pigeons with S.S still on board. GB's last 4 0r 5 game push has shown every one that he is up for it and can do it, Maybe time to give him a contract in order to continue the stability that he has brought to the club A Rover 45 years and over
  • Score: 11

2:11pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Bowyer out.

Sherwood in.

You know it makes sense.
Bowyer out. Sherwood in. You know it makes sense. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -21

2:53pm Tue 13 May 14

vicn1956 says...

Stoke-a properly run club who know how to appoint good managers. Criticise that venky apologists
Stoke-a properly run club who know how to appoint good managers. Criticise that venky apologists vicn1956
  • Score: 1

4:17pm Tue 13 May 14

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

vicn1956 wrote:
Stoke-a properly run club who know how to appoint good managers. Criticise that venky apologists
Well said. Notice how any posts criticizing Venkys or Kean are massively voted down by the happy clapping blancmanges.

Threatening people as they did with police action, physical violence and attempting to have them banned from internet discussion forums were just part of their repertoire.

Just wait, i'll give it not 10, not 5 but 3 games for these lickpsittles to start demanding Bowyer's head on platter if say Rovers lose 2 and draw 1 of their opening three games.

Cue the abuse...
[quote][p][bold]vicn1956[/bold] wrote: Stoke-a properly run club who know how to appoint good managers. Criticise that venky apologists[/p][/quote]Well said. Notice how any posts criticizing Venkys or Kean are massively voted down by the happy clapping blancmanges. Threatening people as they did with police action, physical violence and attempting to have them banned from internet discussion forums were just part of their repertoire. Just wait, i'll give it not 10, not 5 but 3 games for these lickpsittles to start demanding Bowyer's head on platter if say Rovers lose 2 and draw 1 of their opening three games. Cue the abuse... BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: -8

4:43pm Tue 13 May 14

Rover since 1947 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Reg Rover wrote:
ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE.
I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season.
Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs.
Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title.
This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million.
By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would.
Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits.
Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners.
To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One.
Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it.
He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes.
He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it.
He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%.
Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others.
He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !!
I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation.
I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands.
After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place.
After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning.
Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c


o.uk
Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer.

Look after him, he's a gem.
I think we should congratulate Super_Clarets for finishing above Rovers in the league structure for the 38th time. After all they have now reached the halfway stage of Rovers 76 success's, and that includes 1979/80 when we were promoted and they were relegated
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE. I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season. Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs. Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title. This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million. By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would. Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits. Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners. To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One. Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it. He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes. He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it. He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%. Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others. He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !! I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation. I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands. After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place. After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning. Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer. Look after him, he's a gem.[/p][/quote]I think we should congratulate Super_Clarets for finishing above Rovers in the league structure for the 38th time. After all they have now reached the halfway stage of Rovers 76 success's, and that includes 1979/80 when we were promoted and they were relegated Rover since 1947
  • Score: 12

5:00pm Tue 13 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Bowyer out.

Sherwood in.

You know it makes sense.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Bowyer out. Sherwood in. You know it makes sense.[/p][/quote]NH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 10

6:19pm Tue 13 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

FCBurnley wrote:
So the BIG game of the season at Ewood is August 3rd. Laughable just how far the `mighty` have fallen.

STAYING DOWN FOR EVER.
NH3
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: So the BIG game of the season at Ewood is August 3rd. Laughable just how far the `mighty` have fallen. STAYING DOWN FOR EVER.[/p][/quote]NH3 Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 5

7:18pm Tue 13 May 14

GAZHAY says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
So the BIG game of the season at Ewood is August 3rd. Laughable just how far the `mighty` have fallen.

STAYING DOWN FOR EVER.
NH3
Think he has about 6 profiles now. Must have a book by side of his bed with usernames and passwords oh and a BIG box of tissues for when he logs on each morning. Get this loser banned L.E.T
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: So the BIG game of the season at Ewood is August 3rd. Laughable just how far the `mighty` have fallen. STAYING DOWN FOR EVER.[/p][/quote]NH3[/p][/quote]Think he has about 6 profiles now. Must have a book by side of his bed with usernames and passwords oh and a BIG box of tissues for when he logs on each morning. Get this loser banned L.E.T GAZHAY
  • Score: 7

7:19pm Tue 13 May 14

baldie says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Bowyer out.

Sherwood in.

You know it makes sense.
Has Ingsy signed yet?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Bowyer out. Sherwood in. You know it makes sense.[/p][/quote]Has Ingsy signed yet? baldie
  • Score: 16

8:06pm Tue 13 May 14

stattoman says...

Burnleys final pre season friendly in 2010, was against Stoke played on 31-7-2010 before a massive gate of 1435, played at Huddersfield because Turd Moor was not capable of holding the game.
Burnleys final pre season friendly in 2010, was against Stoke played on 31-7-2010 before a massive gate of 1435, played at Huddersfield because Turd Moor was not capable of holding the game. stattoman
  • Score: 7

8:24pm Tue 13 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

stattoman wrote:
Burnleys final pre season friendly in 2010, was against Stoke played on 31-7-2010 before a massive gate of 1435, played at Huddersfield because Turd Moor was not capable of holding the game.
And?
[quote][p][bold]stattoman[/bold] wrote: Burnleys final pre season friendly in 2010, was against Stoke played on 31-7-2010 before a massive gate of 1435, played at Huddersfield because Turd Moor was not capable of holding the game.[/p][/quote]And? Steven Seagull
  • Score: -5

8:36pm Tue 13 May 14

McClaret says...

Well done to all Rovers fans for their sensible posts on the article relating to season ticket prices at Burnley. Finally a decent debate all round on the LET pages.
For what it is worth I am disgusted at what my club has done.
ps - won't change who I support though!
Well done to all Rovers fans for their sensible posts on the article relating to season ticket prices at Burnley. Finally a decent debate all round on the LET pages. For what it is worth I am disgusted at what my club has done. ps - won't change who I support though! McClaret
  • Score: 2

8:38pm Tue 13 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Reg Rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Reg Rover wrote:
ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE.
I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season.
Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs.
Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title.
This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million.
By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would.
Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits.
Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners.
To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One.
Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it.
He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes.
He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it.
He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%.
Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others.
He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !!
I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation.
I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands.
After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place.
After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning.
Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c




o.uk
Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer.

Look after him, he's a gem.
I would not admit to only beating Blackburn Rovers once in 34 years.
Nothing to be proud of. I would keep quiet if i was you. Here to the next 34 !
Reg.
If we hadn't beaten you at home, and then got promoted, and then watched you fail to even reach the play-off's... then you might have a leg to stand on.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x
And if we hadn't tortured your weak mind for all your life, you wouldn't feel the need devote every second of your humdrum existence to a website.

We did and you have.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE. I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season. Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs. Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title. This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million. By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would. Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits. Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners. To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One. Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it. He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes. He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it. He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%. Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others. He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !! I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation. I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands. After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place. After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning. Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer. Look after him, he's a gem.[/p][/quote]I would not admit to only beating Blackburn Rovers once in 34 years. Nothing to be proud of. I would keep quiet if i was you. Here to the next 34 ! Reg.[/p][/quote]If we hadn't beaten you at home, and then got promoted, and then watched you fail to even reach the play-off's... then you might have a leg to stand on. STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS.x[/p][/quote]And if we hadn't tortured your weak mind for all your life, you wouldn't feel the need devote every second of your humdrum existence to a website. We did and you have. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 12

8:45pm Tue 13 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Rover since 1947 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Reg Rover wrote:
ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE.
I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season.
Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs.
Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title.
This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million.
By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would.
Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits.
Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners.
To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One.
Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it.
He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes.
He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it.
He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%.
Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others.
He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !!
I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation.
I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands.
After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place.
After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning.
Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c



o.uk
Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer.

Look after him, he's a gem.
I think we should congratulate Super_Clarets for finishing above Rovers in the league structure for the 38th time. After all they have now reached the halfway stage of Rovers 76 success's, and that includes 1979/80 when we were promoted and they were relegated
What! Are you insane! Rovers have never once beat Burnley and have never won a single cup. Burnley on the other hand won the European Cup - oh and Shaun Dyche will never ever ever ever ever leave.

Well that's what they get taught at The Burnley High School
[quote][p][bold]Rover since 1947[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE. I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season. Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs. Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title. This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million. By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would. Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits. Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners. To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One. Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it. He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes. He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it. He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%. Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others. He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !! I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation. I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands. After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place. After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning. Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer. Look after him, he's a gem.[/p][/quote]I think we should congratulate Super_Clarets for finishing above Rovers in the league structure for the 38th time. After all they have now reached the halfway stage of Rovers 76 success's, and that includes 1979/80 when we were promoted and they were relegated[/p][/quote]What! Are you insane! Rovers have never once beat Burnley and have never won a single cup. Burnley on the other hand won the European Cup - oh and Shaun Dyche will never ever ever ever ever leave. Well that's what they get taught at The Burnley High School more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 9

8:50pm Tue 13 May 14

Maxrus says...

£600 !!! Super_Clot, what's the mileage between your shed and Bank of Dave ?
£600 !!! Super_Clot, what's the mileage between your shed and Bank of Dave ? Maxrus
  • Score: 4

10:02pm Tue 13 May 14

FCBurnley says...

GAZHAY wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
So the BIG game of the season at Ewood is August 3rd. Laughable just how far the `mighty` have fallen.

STAYING DOWN FOR EVER.
NH3
Think he has about 6 profiles now. Must have a book by side of his bed with usernames and passwords oh and a BIG box of tissues for when he logs on each morning. Get this loser banned L.E.T
So for over 3 decades Rovers `fans` have baited and belittled Burnley and its fans.
Now the boot is well and truly on the other foot they cannot take the banter.
Oh how they laughed when dear Simon sent his banner flying over Turf Moof, but oh how they are crying now.
Well guys you had better get used to it because we are going no where but you are
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER and I will take great pleasure in reminding you how abjectly poor your club has become. Jacks money gone and its game over.
Suggest if you dont like what we say,dont read it. Bye for now.
[quote][p][bold]GAZHAY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: So the BIG game of the season at Ewood is August 3rd. Laughable just how far the `mighty` have fallen. STAYING DOWN FOR EVER.[/p][/quote]NH3[/p][/quote]Think he has about 6 profiles now. Must have a book by side of his bed with usernames and passwords oh and a BIG box of tissues for when he logs on each morning. Get this loser banned L.E.T[/p][/quote]So for over 3 decades Rovers `fans` have baited and belittled Burnley and its fans. Now the boot is well and truly on the other foot they cannot take the banter. Oh how they laughed when dear Simon sent his banner flying over Turf Moof, but oh how they are crying now. Well guys you had better get used to it because we are going no where but you are STAYING DOWN FOR EVER and I will take great pleasure in reminding you how abjectly poor your club has become. Jacks money gone and its game over. Suggest if you dont like what we say,dont read it. Bye for now. FCBurnley
  • Score: -3

10:28pm Tue 13 May 14

digitusjonfred says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Reg Rover wrote:
ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE.
I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season.
Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs.
Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title.
This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million.
By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would.
Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits.
Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners.
To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One.
Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it.
He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes.
He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it.
He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%.
Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others.
He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !!
I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation.
I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands.
After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place.
After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning.
Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c


o.uk
Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer.

Look after him, he's a gem.
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: ROVERS MUST SECURE BOWYER’S FUTURE. I will be very surprised if Blackburn Rovers under the guidance of Gary Bowyer do not launch a serious promotion bid next season. Statistics show that if relegated clubs from the Premiership do not return within the first two seasons they can be in the wilderness for a long time. The Championship is full of such clubs. Rover’s task will be made harder due to this seasons relegated teams receiving £63 million in parachute payments. Following the stunning new Sky TV deal. That is more money than Man United received last year for winning the title. This puts Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham at a massive advantage to make an immediate return. £63 million compared to Rovers 1st parachute payment of £17 million. By being relegated in 2012 Rovers missed the Gravy Boat ‘BIG TIME’. The sacking of Allardyce has come back to haunt Mrs Anuradha Desai in a massive way. Just as I said it would. Sam Allardyce would have kept us up, just as he has done with West Ham, for the past two seasons. Seemingly Sky Pundit and ex Man United Gary Neville has voiced this opinion in person to Balaji and Venkatesh Rao. Who he has got to know as occasional neighbours on their brief visits. Still no apologies however to the Rovers fan’s from the Indian owners. To the Rovers advantage however is they have by accident or by design, an outstanding young British Manager entering his second season as a Number One. Bowyer ticks all the boxes. He has played the game to a high level. His family are steeped in football tradition. He has done his apprenticeship in Coaching and Management. He has been at Ewood close on 9 years. He knows the club inside out and loves it. He has worked with outstanding managers including Allardyce and Mark Hughes. He saw and experienced the turmoil caused by the awful Kean and Jerome ( the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But kept his head down and learnt from it. He will not tolerate temperamental footballers and expects nothing less than 100%. Most important he can ‘Spot a Player’. Look how he pulled out of the hat Craig Conway, Tommy Spurr, Rudy Gestede and Tom Cairney. At little cost to the club. Not to mention others. He receives his fair share of criticism from the fans. But takes it in good heart. After all, the best managers are on the terraces including myself !! I can see a successful Rovers side giving rise to Bowyers reputation. I do not know how long a contract Bowyer has or what his salary is. All I do know is that I would encourage the astute Managing Director Derek Shaw to convince the clubs owners to secure Bowyers long term future. They could just have a prized asset on their hands. After the awful Kean, Bowyer is breath of fresh air and Ewood Park is a much different and happier place. After all the turmoil even the crowds are slowly but surely returning. Venky’s of London Ltd let Gary Bowyer go at their peril. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Exactly, a 10 year contract is a just reward for Gary "the only manager to lose to Burnley in 34 years" Bowyer. Look after him, he's a gem.[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz digitusjonfred
  • Score: 1

11:33pm Tue 13 May 14

owd nick says...

Reg Rover wrote:
CLOSE SEASON BREAK
Reg (pic above !) is taking a close season break. Unless something unforeseen happens at Ewood, such as Venky’s of London Limited selling the club !. I wish.
I’m off to Spain to watch the World Cup in the Spanish pubs, clubs and bars. Cannot afford Brazil, so it is the next best thing.
Ever the optimist, I predict England to make reach the last eight.
See you all next season when I fully expect Rovers, under the direction Gary Bowyer, to make a serious promotion push.
‘Oh and by the way’, WWW.REGOFTHEROVERS.C

O.UK is up for SALE !
Don’t all cheer at once !
Any serious offers for website and domain name, please contact Reg via email. reg@regoftherovers.c

o.uk or contact page on website http://www.regofther

overs.co.uk/index.ph

p/contact-us
Over 1000 hits per week. In excess of 70,000 per annum. The ideal vehicle for any Rovers fan. I look forward to your bids.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c

o.uk
Thank feck for that.

Try to stay there permanently.
[quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: CLOSE SEASON BREAK Reg (pic above !) is taking a close season break. Unless something unforeseen happens at Ewood, such as Venky’s of London Limited selling the club !. I wish. I’m off to Spain to watch the World Cup in the Spanish pubs, clubs and bars. Cannot afford Brazil, so it is the next best thing. Ever the optimist, I predict England to make reach the last eight. See you all next season when I fully expect Rovers, under the direction Gary Bowyer, to make a serious promotion push. ‘Oh and by the way’, WWW.REGOFTHEROVERS.C O.UK is up for SALE ! Don’t all cheer at once ! Any serious offers for website and domain name, please contact Reg via email. reg@regoftherovers.c o.uk or contact page on website http://www.regofther overs.co.uk/index.ph p/contact-us Over 1000 hits per week. In excess of 70,000 per annum. The ideal vehicle for any Rovers fan. I look forward to your bids. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Thank feck for that. Try to stay there permanently. owd nick
  • Score: -1

7:42am Wed 14 May 14

Rovers 1495 says...

Have a read of this, Gary

http://talksport.com
/football/exclusive-
cole-hunt-new-club-a
fter-confirming-west
-ham-exit-1405139109
8
Have a read of this, Gary http://talksport.com /football/exclusive- cole-hunt-new-club-a fter-confirming-west -ham-exit-1405139109 8 Rovers 1495
  • Score: -1

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