COMMENT: Pedersen proves release is not end of the road

This Is Lancashire: There is life after Rovers There is life after Rovers

"HE has been revitalised,” was how the manager of the Norwegian national team put it this week.

In the international wilderness for the final two years of his time at Rovers, Morten Gamst Pedersen is enjoying a new lease of life.

Still only 32, perhaps we should not be surprised.

It has been quite a year for Pedersen. It has taken him from the stands at Ewood Park to Turkey, back to his native Norway with Rosenborg and back to the national team.

Only a minor injury restricted him to a role as unused substitute for Norway against France in the Stade de France on Tuesday night.

In March, he netted his first goal for his country in three years, in a 2-2 draw with the Czech Republic.

His Rovers exit was a great pity – a former star reduced to a bit-part player whose wages had become a problem.

But maybe his departure worked out best for everyone in the end.

Undoubtedly Pedersen had struggled for some time to reproduce the form that had won his place in the hearts of the Rovers fans during their Premier League days.

As much as he wanted to stay and play for Blackburn, there was a sense too that he needed a change, a new challenge.

Likewise Rovers needed to cut their wage bill and fast after a period of disastrous excess – more to do with the contracts given to those who followed Pedersen, than the Norwegian himself.

Norway’s manager, Per-Mathias Hogmo, puts Pedersen’s slide in form at Rovers down to the decision to move him off the wing into central midfield for a period.

Undoubtedly Pedersen was at his best out wide, whipping in crosses with that most cultured of left foots.

When he left Ewood last August, Pedersen first moved to Turkey - joining Karabukspor close to the Black Sea.

He played 13 games for his new club before the opportunity to return home to Norway arose in March, when he signed for Rosenborg.

Since arriving back in his homeland he has made 11 appearances, scoring one goal.

It may not quite match the heights of his Premier League days, but it is just good to see Morten happy and playing football again for club and country.

He is not the only player to have enjoyed a revival since his time at Rovers. Karim Rekik has incredibly made the Netherlands’ provisional World Cup squad after barely featuring during a loan spell at Ewood Park last season.

Similarly, Mame Biram Diouf is now set to return to the Premier League with Stoke after starring in Germany with Hanover.

The Rovers bench need not be the death knell of a career

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12:22pm Thu 29 May 14

roverstid says...

"The Rovers bench need not be the death knell of a career"

Let me correct that for you Chris:

"The Rovers bench UNDER VENKYS need not be the death knell of a career"

You're most welcome.
"The Rovers bench need not be the death knell of a career" Let me correct that for you Chris: "The Rovers bench UNDER VENKYS need not be the death knell of a career" You're most welcome. roverstid
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12:23pm Thu 29 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -46

12:29pm Thu 29 May 14

Heidenreicher says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
Super_CÜnt at it again.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]Super_CÜnt at it again. Heidenreicher
  • Score: 35

12:33pm Thu 29 May 14

Not_A_Loon_From_Pune says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
Super_moron just can't help himself. We all know he's a closet Rovers fan. He certainly comments more on here than on the Burnley pages.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]Super_moron just can't help himself. We all know he's a closet Rovers fan. He certainly comments more on here than on the Burnley pages. Not_A_Loon_From_Pune
  • Score: 23

12:45pm Thu 29 May 14

dallydally says...

I for one don't miss him. We have better wingers now anyway. He had become slow and wasted a lot of possession
I for one don't miss him. We have better wingers now anyway. He had become slow and wasted a lot of possession dallydally
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12:53pm Thu 29 May 14

greenscreener says...

No surprise, a good pro who was written off a few times but never gave up.

I wish him well, thanks for some great memories Peds.
No surprise, a good pro who was written off a few times but never gave up. I wish him well, thanks for some great memories Peds. greenscreener
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12:59pm Thu 29 May 14

owd nick says...

He was a great player for us but his last couple of seasons were relatively poor, he always gave 100% though, something you can't say about the bulk of big earners who got us relegated and then deserted us, or even worse sucked us dry.

The simple fact is that he was one of the few saleable assets we had and his PL salary made him a target.
He was a great player for us but his last couple of seasons were relatively poor, he always gave 100% though, something you can't say about the bulk of big earners who got us relegated and then deserted us, or even worse sucked us dry. The simple fact is that he was one of the few saleable assets we had and his PL salary made him a target. owd nick
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1:09pm Thu 29 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ? jim 2012
  • Score: 17

1:15pm Thu 29 May 14

roverstid says...

owd nick wrote:
He was a great player for us but his last couple of seasons were relatively poor, he always gave 100% though, something you can't say about the bulk of big earners who got us relegated and then deserted us, or even worse sucked us dry.

The simple fact is that he was one of the few saleable assets we had and his PL salary made him a target.
Absolutely.

True Blue and White and proud was our peders. It's nice to him doing well. I always imagined him coming back here in a back room capacity one day but if he's back home and playing its as good if not better.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: He was a great player for us but his last couple of seasons were relatively poor, he always gave 100% though, something you can't say about the bulk of big earners who got us relegated and then deserted us, or even worse sucked us dry. The simple fact is that he was one of the few saleable assets we had and his PL salary made him a target.[/p][/quote]Absolutely. True Blue and White and proud was our peders. It's nice to him doing well. I always imagined him coming back here in a back room capacity one day but if he's back home and playing its as good if not better. roverstid
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1:16pm Thu 29 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Oh dear......

http://www.themag.co
.uk/the-mag-articles
/championship-strike
r-frame-newcastle-jo
rdan-rhodes/
Oh dear...... http://www.themag.co .uk/the-mag-articles /championship-strike r-frame-newcastle-jo rdan-rhodes/ Super_Clarets
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1:17pm Thu 29 May 14

TartanRover says...

Absolute hero of a player. Was there for his debut and he made an overhead kick clearance down by the corner flag. Will never forget his rifler of a volley against Fulham either at the back post from a deep as you like Shefki Kuqi cross
Absolute hero of a player. Was there for his debut and he made an overhead kick clearance down by the corner flag. Will never forget his rifler of a volley against Fulham either at the back post from a deep as you like Shefki Kuqi cross TartanRover
  • Score: 16

1:27pm Thu 29 May 14

FCBurnley says...

Blackburn Rovers.

Living in the past

Staying down forever.
Blackburn Rovers. Living in the past Staying down forever. FCBurnley
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2:06pm Thu 29 May 14

noddy57 says...

Pederson never scored many inside the box but he knew how to deliver a ball, especially free kicks.
Pederson never scored many inside the box but he knew how to deliver a ball, especially free kicks. noddy57
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2:19pm Thu 29 May 14

roverstid says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Oh dear......

http://www.themag.co

.uk/the-mag-articles

/championship-strike

r-frame-newcastle-jo

rdan-rhodes/
With such a reliable source it must be true. BAHAHAHA!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Oh dear...... http://www.themag.co .uk/the-mag-articles /championship-strike r-frame-newcastle-jo rdan-rhodes/[/p][/quote]With such a reliable source it must be true. BAHAHAHA! roverstid
  • Score: 14

2:57pm Thu 29 May 14

Welsh Rover says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Oh dear......

http://www.themag.co

.uk/the-mag-articles

/championship-strike

r-frame-newcastle-jo

rdan-rhodes/
Dedicated to someone very 'special'...

http://m.youtube.com
/watch?v=Kt6rRNANSgI
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Oh dear...... http://www.themag.co .uk/the-mag-articles /championship-strike r-frame-newcastle-jo rdan-rhodes/[/p][/quote]Dedicated to someone very 'special'... http://m.youtube.com /watch?v=Kt6rRNANSgI Welsh Rover
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2:59pm Thu 29 May 14

We'll win the next one says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Blackburn Rovers. Living in the past Staying down forever.
K**b head !
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rovers. Living in the past Staying down forever.[/p][/quote]K**b head ! We'll win the next one
  • Score: 8

3:12pm Thu 29 May 14

Welsh Rover says...

TartanRover wrote:
Absolute hero of a player. Was there for his debut and he made an overhead kick clearance down by the corner flag. Will never forget his rifler of a volley against Fulham either at the back post from a deep as you like Shefki Kuqi cross
My two favourite Rovers goals ever were scored in that game. I'd probably choose Tugay's over Pedersen's, though that's my own personal opinion.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
[quote][p][bold]TartanRover[/bold] wrote: Absolute hero of a player. Was there for his debut and he made an overhead kick clearance down by the corner flag. Will never forget his rifler of a volley against Fulham either at the back post from a deep as you like Shefki Kuqi cross[/p][/quote]My two favourite Rovers goals ever were scored in that game. I'd probably choose Tugay's over Pedersen's, though that's my own personal opinion. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision! Welsh Rover
  • Score: 9

3:36pm Thu 29 May 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
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[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzNzzzzzHzzzzzN zzzzzHzzzzzNzzzzzHzz zzzz Old age pensioner
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3:37pm Thu 29 May 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Oh dear......

http://www.themag.co

.uk/the-mag-articles

/championship-strike

r-frame-newcastle-jo

rdan-rhodes/
Has Ings sign yet?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Oh dear...... http://www.themag.co .uk/the-mag-articles /championship-strike r-frame-newcastle-jo rdan-rhodes/[/p][/quote]Has Ings sign yet? Old age pensioner
  • Score: 9

3:44pm Thu 29 May 14

Stretch_22 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Funny how that's the only post he doesn't reply to.
Guess he knows the answer but doesn't want to admit it!
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Funny how that's the only post he doesn't reply to. Guess he knows the answer but doesn't want to admit it! Stretch_22
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4:21pm Thu 29 May 14

swedishrover says...

Also to mention Lars Jacobsen started for Denmark yesterday.
Also to mention Lars Jacobsen started for Denmark yesterday. swedishrover
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4:38pm Thu 29 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
Gary Bowyer 19 Mar, 2013 Present
Michael Appleton 12 Jan, 2013 19 Mar, 2013
Gary Bowyer 27 Dec, 2012 12 Jan, 2013
Henning Berg 01 Nov, 2012 27 Dec, 2012
Eric Black 28 Sep, 2012 01 Nov, 2012
Steve Kean 13 Dec, 2010 28 Sep, 2012
Sam Allardyce 17 Dec, 2008 13 Dec, 2010
Paul Ince 21 Jun, 2008 16 Dec, 2008
Mark Hughes 15 Sep, 2004 04 Jun, 2008
Tony Parkes 06 Sep, 2004 15 Sep, 2004
Graeme Souness 14 Mar, 2000 06 Sep, 2004
Tony Parkes 03 Nov, 1999 14 Mar, 2000
Brian Kidd 04 Dec, 1998 03 Nov, 1999
Tony Parkes 21 Nov, 1998 04 Dec, 1998
Roy Hodgson 01 Jun, 1997 21 Nov, 1998
Tony Parkes 25 Oct, 1996 01 Jun, 1997
Ray Harford 25 Jun, 1995 25 Oct, 1996
Kenny Dalglish 12 Oct, 1991 25 Jun, 1995
Don Mackay 03 Feb, 1987 02 Sep, 1991
Bobby Saxton 31 May, 1981 30 Dec, 1986
Howard Kendall 01 Jun, 1979 31 May, 1981
Jim Iley 14 Apr, 1978 01 Nov, 1978
John Pickering 09 Feb, 1978 15 May, 1979
Jim Smith 20 Jun, 1975 12 Mar, 1978
Gordon Lee 14 Jan, 1974 12 Jun, 1975
Ken Furphy 04 Aug, 1971 05 Dec, 1973
Johnny Carey 21 Oct, 1970 08 Jun, 1971
Eddie Quigley 01 Feb, 1967 21 Oct, 1970
Jack Marshall 01 Jun, 1960 01 Feb, 1967
Dally Duncan 01 Oct, 1958 01 Jun, 1960
Johnny Carey 01 Jun, 1953 01 Oct, 1958
Jackie Bestall 01 Jun, 1949 31 May, 1953
Jack Bruton 01 Dec, 1947 31 May, 1949
Will Scott 01 Apr, 1947 01 Dec, 1947
Eddie Hapgood 01 Jun, 1944 28 Feb, 1947
Bob Crompton 01 Apr, 1938 31 Mar, 1941
Reg Taylor 01 Oct, 1936 01 Apr, 1938
Arthur Barritt 01 Feb, 1931 30 Apr, 1936
Bob Crompton 01 Dec, 1926 01 Feb, 1931
Jack Carr 01 Feb, 1922 01 Dec, 1926
R B Middleton 01 Aug, 1903 01 Feb, 1922
J Walmsley 01 Aug, 1896 31 May, 1903
Tom Mitchell 01 Aug, 1884 31 May, 1896
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]Gary Bowyer 19 Mar, 2013 Present Michael Appleton 12 Jan, 2013 19 Mar, 2013 Gary Bowyer 27 Dec, 2012 12 Jan, 2013 Henning Berg 01 Nov, 2012 27 Dec, 2012 Eric Black 28 Sep, 2012 01 Nov, 2012 Steve Kean 13 Dec, 2010 28 Sep, 2012 Sam Allardyce 17 Dec, 2008 13 Dec, 2010 Paul Ince 21 Jun, 2008 16 Dec, 2008 Mark Hughes 15 Sep, 2004 04 Jun, 2008 Tony Parkes 06 Sep, 2004 15 Sep, 2004 Graeme Souness 14 Mar, 2000 06 Sep, 2004 Tony Parkes 03 Nov, 1999 14 Mar, 2000 Brian Kidd 04 Dec, 1998 03 Nov, 1999 Tony Parkes 21 Nov, 1998 04 Dec, 1998 Roy Hodgson 01 Jun, 1997 21 Nov, 1998 Tony Parkes 25 Oct, 1996 01 Jun, 1997 Ray Harford 25 Jun, 1995 25 Oct, 1996 Kenny Dalglish 12 Oct, 1991 25 Jun, 1995 Don Mackay 03 Feb, 1987 02 Sep, 1991 Bobby Saxton 31 May, 1981 30 Dec, 1986 Howard Kendall 01 Jun, 1979 31 May, 1981 Jim Iley 14 Apr, 1978 01 Nov, 1978 John Pickering 09 Feb, 1978 15 May, 1979 Jim Smith 20 Jun, 1975 12 Mar, 1978 Gordon Lee 14 Jan, 1974 12 Jun, 1975 Ken Furphy 04 Aug, 1971 05 Dec, 1973 Johnny Carey 21 Oct, 1970 08 Jun, 1971 Eddie Quigley 01 Feb, 1967 21 Oct, 1970 Jack Marshall 01 Jun, 1960 01 Feb, 1967 Dally Duncan 01 Oct, 1958 01 Jun, 1960 Johnny Carey 01 Jun, 1953 01 Oct, 1958 Jackie Bestall 01 Jun, 1949 31 May, 1953 Jack Bruton 01 Dec, 1947 31 May, 1949 Will Scott 01 Apr, 1947 01 Dec, 1947 Eddie Hapgood 01 Jun, 1944 28 Feb, 1947 Bob Crompton 01 Apr, 1938 31 Mar, 1941 Reg Taylor 01 Oct, 1936 01 Apr, 1938 Arthur Barritt 01 Feb, 1931 30 Apr, 1936 Bob Crompton 01 Dec, 1926 01 Feb, 1931 Jack Carr 01 Feb, 1922 01 Dec, 1926 R B Middleton 01 Aug, 1903 01 Feb, 1922 J Walmsley 01 Aug, 1896 31 May, 1903 Tom Mitchell 01 Aug, 1884 31 May, 1896 jim 2012
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4:42pm Thu 29 May 14

jim 2012 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
Gary Bowyer 19 Mar, 2013 Present
Michael Appleton 12 Jan, 2013 19 Mar, 2013
Gary Bowyer 27 Dec, 2012 12 Jan, 2013
Henning Berg 01 Nov, 2012 27 Dec, 2012
Eric Black 28 Sep, 2012 01 Nov, 2012
Steve Kean 13 Dec, 2010 28 Sep, 2012
Sam Allardyce 17 Dec, 2008 13 Dec, 2010
Paul Ince 21 Jun, 2008 16 Dec, 2008
Mark Hughes 15 Sep, 2004 04 Jun, 2008
Tony Parkes 06 Sep, 2004 15 Sep, 2004
Graeme Souness 14 Mar, 2000 06 Sep, 2004
Tony Parkes 03 Nov, 1999 14 Mar, 2000
Brian Kidd 04 Dec, 1998 03 Nov, 1999
Tony Parkes 21 Nov, 1998 04 Dec, 1998
Roy Hodgson 01 Jun, 1997 21 Nov, 1998
Tony Parkes 25 Oct, 1996 01 Jun, 1997
Ray Harford 25 Jun, 1995 25 Oct, 1996
Kenny Dalglish 12 Oct, 1991 25 Jun, 1995
Don Mackay 03 Feb, 1987 02 Sep, 1991
Bobby Saxton 31 May, 1981 30 Dec, 1986
Howard Kendall 01 Jun, 1979 31 May, 1981
Jim Iley 14 Apr, 1978 01 Nov, 1978
John Pickering 09 Feb, 1978 15 May, 1979
Jim Smith 20 Jun, 1975 12 Mar, 1978
Gordon Lee 14 Jan, 1974 12 Jun, 1975
Ken Furphy 04 Aug, 1971 05 Dec, 1973
Johnny Carey 21 Oct, 1970 08 Jun, 1971
Eddie Quigley 01 Feb, 1967 21 Oct, 1970
Jack Marshall 01 Jun, 1960 01 Feb, 1967
Dally Duncan 01 Oct, 1958 01 Jun, 1960
Johnny Carey 01 Jun, 1953 01 Oct, 1958
Jackie Bestall 01 Jun, 1949 31 May, 1953
Jack Bruton 01 Dec, 1947 31 May, 1949
Will Scott 01 Apr, 1947 01 Dec, 1947
Eddie Hapgood 01 Jun, 1944 28 Feb, 1947
Bob Crompton 01 Apr, 1938 31 Mar, 1941
Reg Taylor 01 Oct, 1936 01 Apr, 1938
Arthur Barritt 01 Feb, 1931 30 Apr, 1936
Bob Crompton 01 Dec, 1926 01 Feb, 1931
Jack Carr 01 Feb, 1922 01 Dec, 1926
R B Middleton 01 Aug, 1903 01 Feb, 1922
J Walmsley 01 Aug, 1896 31 May, 1903
Tom Mitchell 01 Aug, 1884 31 May, 1896
here's a few names of blackburn rovers managers for you to ponder
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]Gary Bowyer 19 Mar, 2013 Present Michael Appleton 12 Jan, 2013 19 Mar, 2013 Gary Bowyer 27 Dec, 2012 12 Jan, 2013 Henning Berg 01 Nov, 2012 27 Dec, 2012 Eric Black 28 Sep, 2012 01 Nov, 2012 Steve Kean 13 Dec, 2010 28 Sep, 2012 Sam Allardyce 17 Dec, 2008 13 Dec, 2010 Paul Ince 21 Jun, 2008 16 Dec, 2008 Mark Hughes 15 Sep, 2004 04 Jun, 2008 Tony Parkes 06 Sep, 2004 15 Sep, 2004 Graeme Souness 14 Mar, 2000 06 Sep, 2004 Tony Parkes 03 Nov, 1999 14 Mar, 2000 Brian Kidd 04 Dec, 1998 03 Nov, 1999 Tony Parkes 21 Nov, 1998 04 Dec, 1998 Roy Hodgson 01 Jun, 1997 21 Nov, 1998 Tony Parkes 25 Oct, 1996 01 Jun, 1997 Ray Harford 25 Jun, 1995 25 Oct, 1996 Kenny Dalglish 12 Oct, 1991 25 Jun, 1995 Don Mackay 03 Feb, 1987 02 Sep, 1991 Bobby Saxton 31 May, 1981 30 Dec, 1986 Howard Kendall 01 Jun, 1979 31 May, 1981 Jim Iley 14 Apr, 1978 01 Nov, 1978 John Pickering 09 Feb, 1978 15 May, 1979 Jim Smith 20 Jun, 1975 12 Mar, 1978 Gordon Lee 14 Jan, 1974 12 Jun, 1975 Ken Furphy 04 Aug, 1971 05 Dec, 1973 Johnny Carey 21 Oct, 1970 08 Jun, 1971 Eddie Quigley 01 Feb, 1967 21 Oct, 1970 Jack Marshall 01 Jun, 1960 01 Feb, 1967 Dally Duncan 01 Oct, 1958 01 Jun, 1960 Johnny Carey 01 Jun, 1953 01 Oct, 1958 Jackie Bestall 01 Jun, 1949 31 May, 1953 Jack Bruton 01 Dec, 1947 31 May, 1949 Will Scott 01 Apr, 1947 01 Dec, 1947 Eddie Hapgood 01 Jun, 1944 28 Feb, 1947 Bob Crompton 01 Apr, 1938 31 Mar, 1941 Reg Taylor 01 Oct, 1936 01 Apr, 1938 Arthur Barritt 01 Feb, 1931 30 Apr, 1936 Bob Crompton 01 Dec, 1926 01 Feb, 1931 Jack Carr 01 Feb, 1922 01 Dec, 1926 R B Middleton 01 Aug, 1903 01 Feb, 1922 J Walmsley 01 Aug, 1896 31 May, 1903 Tom Mitchell 01 Aug, 1884 31 May, 1896[/p][/quote]here's a few names of blackburn rovers managers for you to ponder jim 2012
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4:49pm Thu 29 May 14

jim 2012 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
Gary Bowyer 19 Mar, 2013 Present
Michael Appleton 12 Jan, 2013 19 Mar, 2013
Gary Bowyer 27 Dec, 2012 12 Jan, 2013
Henning Berg 01 Nov, 2012 27 Dec, 2012
Eric Black 28 Sep, 2012 01 Nov, 2012
Steve Kean 13 Dec, 2010 28 Sep, 2012
Sam Allardyce 17 Dec, 2008 13 Dec, 2010
Paul Ince 21 Jun, 2008 16 Dec, 2008
Mark Hughes 15 Sep, 2004 04 Jun, 2008
Tony Parkes 06 Sep, 2004 15 Sep, 2004
Graeme Souness 14 Mar, 2000 06 Sep, 2004
Tony Parkes 03 Nov, 1999 14 Mar, 2000
Brian Kidd 04 Dec, 1998 03 Nov, 1999
Tony Parkes 21 Nov, 1998 04 Dec, 1998
Roy Hodgson 01 Jun, 1997 21 Nov, 1998
Tony Parkes 25 Oct, 1996 01 Jun, 1997
Ray Harford 25 Jun, 1995 25 Oct, 1996
Kenny Dalglish 12 Oct, 1991 25 Jun, 1995
Don Mackay 03 Feb, 1987 02 Sep, 1991
Bobby Saxton 31 May, 1981 30 Dec, 1986
Howard Kendall 01 Jun, 1979 31 May, 1981
Jim Iley 14 Apr, 1978 01 Nov, 1978
John Pickering 09 Feb, 1978 15 May, 1979
Jim Smith 20 Jun, 1975 12 Mar, 1978
Gordon Lee 14 Jan, 1974 12 Jun, 1975
Ken Furphy 04 Aug, 1971 05 Dec, 1973
Johnny Carey 21 Oct, 1970 08 Jun, 1971
Eddie Quigley 01 Feb, 1967 21 Oct, 1970
Jack Marshall 01 Jun, 1960 01 Feb, 1967
Dally Duncan 01 Oct, 1958 01 Jun, 1960
Johnny Carey 01 Jun, 1953 01 Oct, 1958
Jackie Bestall 01 Jun, 1949 31 May, 1953
Jack Bruton 01 Dec, 1947 31 May, 1949
Will Scott 01 Apr, 1947 01 Dec, 1947
Eddie Hapgood 01 Jun, 1944 28 Feb, 1947
Bob Crompton 01 Apr, 1938 31 Mar, 1941
Reg Taylor 01 Oct, 1936 01 Apr, 1938
Arthur Barritt 01 Feb, 1931 30 Apr, 1936
Bob Crompton 01 Dec, 1926 01 Feb, 1931
Jack Carr 01 Feb, 1922 01 Dec, 1926
R B Middleton 01 Aug, 1903 01 Feb, 1922
J Walmsley 01 Aug, 1896 31 May, 1903
Tom Mitchell 01 Aug, 1884 31 May, 1896
here's a few names of blackburn rovers managers for you to ponder
here a few players for you to ponder


Yakubu Aiyegbeni Aug 11 - Jun 12 Lorenzo Amoruso Jul 03 - May 06
Anders Andersson Jul 97 - Jun 99 Patrik Andersson Jan 93 - Nov 93
Martin Andresen Feb 04 - May 04 Keith Andrews Aug 08 - Jan 12
Mark Atkins Jun 88 - Sep 95 Markus Babbel Aug 03 - May 04
Dino Baggio Aug 03 - Jan 04 Yildiray Basturk Jan 10 - Jun 10
David Batty Oct 93 - Mar 96 James Beattie Mar 95 - Jul 98
Craig Bellamy Jul 05 - Jun 06 Marcus Bent Nov 00 - Nov 01
David Bentley Aug 05 - Jul 08 Henning Berg Jan 93 - Aug 97
Henning Berg Dec 00 - Aug 03 Bruno Berner Jan 07 - Jun 08
Stig Inge Bjornebye Jun 00 - Mar 03 Nick Blackman Jan 09 - Aug 12
Nathan Blake Oct 98 - Sep 01 Lars Bohinen Oct 95 - Mar 98
Jay Bothroyd Aug 04 - May 05 Marlon Broomes Nov 94 - Dec 01
Jason Brown Jun 06 - Jun 11 Richard Brown Sep 90 - Mar 95
Mark Bunn Sep 08 - Aug 12 Lee Carsley Mar 99 - Dec 00
Pascal Chimbonda Aug 09 - Jan 11 Andy Cole Dec 01 - Jul 04
Chris Coleman Dec 95 - Dec 97 Jim Corbett May 98 - Jul 03
Graham Coughlan Oct 95 - May 99 Gordon Cowans Nov 91 - Jul 93
Gary Croft Mar 96 - Sep 99 John Curtis Jun 00 - Aug 03
Martin Dahlin Jul 97 - Jul 99 Christian Dailly Aug 98 - Jan 01
Neil Danns Aug 02 - Dec 04 Callum Davidson Feb 98 - Jul 00
Kevin Davies Jun 98 - Aug 99 Javier de Pedro Jul 04 - Jan 05
Matt Derbyshire Jul 03 - Jun 09 Franco di Santo Aug 09 - Jun 10
Paul Dickov Jun 04 - May 06 El-Hadji Diouf Jan 09 - Jun 11
Youri Djorkaeff Sep 04 - Jan 05 Tony Dobson Jan 91 - Sep 93
Georgios Donis Jun 96 - Sep 97 Aaron Doran Jul 08 - Jul 11
Jonathan Douglas Aug 00 - Aug 06 Damien Duff Mar 96 - Jul 03
David Dunn Sep 97 - Apr 03 Peter Enckleman Nov 03 - Jul 08
Graham Fenton Nov 95 - Aug 97 Barry Ferguson Aug 03 - Jan 05
Alan Fettis Sep 97 - Mar 00 Frank Fielding Jul 07 - Jun 11
John Filan Jul 97 - Dec 01 Garry Flitcroft Mar 96 - Jan 06
Tim Flowers Nov 93 - Jul 99 Per Frandsen Sep 99 - Jul 00
Brad Friedel Nov 00 - Jul 08 Tony Gale Aug 94 - Sep 95
Kevin Gallacher Mar 93 - Oct 99 Paul Gallagher Aug 02 - Aug 09
Keith Gillespie Dec 98 - Jul 03 Shay Given Aug 94 - Jul 97
Corrado Grabbi Jun 01 - Jan 04 Michael Gray Jan 04 - Jul 07
Simon Grayson Jul 99 - Jul 02 Gordon Greer May 01 - Aug 03
Vratislav Gresko Jan 03 - May 06 Niklas Gudmundsson Dec 95 - May 97
Stephane Henchoz Jun 97 - Jun 99 Stephane Henchoz Sep 06 - Jun 08
Colin Hendry Nov 91 - Aug 98 Craig Hignett Jul 00 - Jul 03
Keith Hill May 87 - Sep 92 David Hoilett Aug 09 - Jul 12
Matt Holmes Aug 95 - Jul 97 Mark Hughes Oct 00 - May 02
Simon Ireland Nov 92 - Aug 94 Lars Jacobsen Jun 09 - Aug 10
Matt Jansen Jan 99 - Jan 06 Francis Jeffers Jul 06 - Aug 07
Nils-Eric Johansson Oct 01 - Jul 05 Damien Johnson Feb 96 - Mar 02
Jemal Johnson Jul 04 - Aug 06 Phil Jones Jul 09 - Jun 11
Alan Judge Jul 08 - Jan 11 Tony Kane Jul 06 - Jul 09
Alan Kelly Jul 99 - May 04 Jeff Kenna Mar 95 - Feb 02
Zurab Khizanishvili Aug 05 - Jun 11 Oumar Konde Oct 98 - Jun 99
Shefki Kuqi Jun 05 - Aug 06 Graeme Le Saux Mar 93 - Aug 97
Richard Lee Aug 05 - May 06 Steve Livingstone Jan 91 - Mar 93
Alan Mahon Jun 01 - Feb 04 Lee Makel Jul 92 - Oct 95
Dario Marcolin Oct 98 - May 99 Nicky Marker Sep 92 - Jul 97
Dominic Matteo Jul 04 - Jan 07 David May Jun 88 - Jul 94
Jason McAteer Jan 99 - Oct 01 Benedict McCarthy Jul 06 - Feb 10
James McEveley Nov 02 - Jan 07 Billy McKinlay Oct 95 - Nov 00
David McNamee Feb 99 - May 00 Alan Miller Feb 00 - Apr 03
Bobby Mimms Dec 90 - Aug 96 Aaron Mokoena Jan 05 - Jul 09
Kevin Moran Jan 90 - May 94 Andy Morrison Aug 93 - Dec 94
Benjamin Mwaruwari Aug 10 - Jun 11 Lucas Neill Sep 01 - Jan 07
Ryan Nelsen Jan 05 - Jan 12 Mike Newell Nov 91 - Jul 96
Eddie Nolan Jul 06 - Jan 09 Shabani Nonda Aug 06 - May 07
Steven N'Zonzi Jun 09 - Aug 12 Burton O'Brien Feb 99 - Aug 02
Martin Olsson Jan 06 - Jul 13 Andre Ooijer Aug 06 - Jul 09
Egil Ostenstad Aug 99 - Aug 03 Darren Peacock Jun 98 - Dec 00
Ian Pearce Oct 93 - Sep 97 Per Pedersen Feb 97 - Aug 98
Tore Pedersen Sep 97 - Oct 98 Marc Sebastian Pelzer Jun 02 - Jan 04
Sebastien Perez Jun 98 - Jun 99 Sergio Peter Jul 05 - Jan 09
Chris Price Sep 91 - Jan 93 Adam Reed Aug 95 - Jul 98
Steven Reid Jul 03 - Jun 10 Maceo Rigters Jul 07 - Jun 11
Stuart Ripley Jul 92 - Jul 98 Jason Roberts Jul 06 - Jan 12
Ryan Robinson Aug 01 - Aug 03 Christopher Samba Jan 07 - Feb 12
Roque Santa Cruz Jul 07 - Jul 09 Robbie Savage Jan 05 - Jan 08
Alan Shearer Jul 92 - Jul 96 Tim Sherwood Feb 92 - Feb 99
Craig Short Jul 99 - Jun 05 Danny Simpson Aug 08 - May 09
Florent Sinama-Pongolle Jan 06 - May 06 Robbie Slater Aug 94 - Aug 95
Jonathan Stead Feb 04 - Jun 05 Hakan Sukur Dec 02 - Jul 03
Chris Sutton Jul 94 - Jul 99 Andrew Taylor Jul 04 - Jan 08
Martin Taylor Aug 97 - Feb 04 James Thomas Aug 97 - May 02
David Thompson Aug 02 - Jan 06 Andy Todd May 02 - Jul 07
Keith Treacy Jul 06 - Feb 10 Hakan Unsal Mar 02 - Aug 02
Patrick Valery Jun 97 - Jul 98 Carlos Villanueva Aug 08 - May 09
Ashley Ward Dec 98 - Aug 00 Paul Warhurst Sep 93 - Jul 97
Stephen Warnock Jan 07 - Aug 09 Michael Watt Aug 97 - Sep 97
Roy Wegerle Mar 92 - Mar 93 Jason Wilcox Jun 89 - Dec 99
James Will Jul 92 - Jun 93 Anthony Williams Jul 96 - Jun 00
Richard Witschge Apr 95 - May 95 David Worrell Aug 97 - Mar 99
Alan Wright Oct 91 - Mar 95 David Yelldell Aug 03 - Aug 05
Yordi Feb 02 - May 02 Dwight Yorke Jul 02 - Aug 04
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]Gary Bowyer 19 Mar, 2013 Present Michael Appleton 12 Jan, 2013 19 Mar, 2013 Gary Bowyer 27 Dec, 2012 12 Jan, 2013 Henning Berg 01 Nov, 2012 27 Dec, 2012 Eric Black 28 Sep, 2012 01 Nov, 2012 Steve Kean 13 Dec, 2010 28 Sep, 2012 Sam Allardyce 17 Dec, 2008 13 Dec, 2010 Paul Ince 21 Jun, 2008 16 Dec, 2008 Mark Hughes 15 Sep, 2004 04 Jun, 2008 Tony Parkes 06 Sep, 2004 15 Sep, 2004 Graeme Souness 14 Mar, 2000 06 Sep, 2004 Tony Parkes 03 Nov, 1999 14 Mar, 2000 Brian Kidd 04 Dec, 1998 03 Nov, 1999 Tony Parkes 21 Nov, 1998 04 Dec, 1998 Roy Hodgson 01 Jun, 1997 21 Nov, 1998 Tony Parkes 25 Oct, 1996 01 Jun, 1997 Ray Harford 25 Jun, 1995 25 Oct, 1996 Kenny Dalglish 12 Oct, 1991 25 Jun, 1995 Don Mackay 03 Feb, 1987 02 Sep, 1991 Bobby Saxton 31 May, 1981 30 Dec, 1986 Howard Kendall 01 Jun, 1979 31 May, 1981 Jim Iley 14 Apr, 1978 01 Nov, 1978 John Pickering 09 Feb, 1978 15 May, 1979 Jim Smith 20 Jun, 1975 12 Mar, 1978 Gordon Lee 14 Jan, 1974 12 Jun, 1975 Ken Furphy 04 Aug, 1971 05 Dec, 1973 Johnny Carey 21 Oct, 1970 08 Jun, 1971 Eddie Quigley 01 Feb, 1967 21 Oct, 1970 Jack Marshall 01 Jun, 1960 01 Feb, 1967 Dally Duncan 01 Oct, 1958 01 Jun, 1960 Johnny Carey 01 Jun, 1953 01 Oct, 1958 Jackie Bestall 01 Jun, 1949 31 May, 1953 Jack Bruton 01 Dec, 1947 31 May, 1949 Will Scott 01 Apr, 1947 01 Dec, 1947 Eddie Hapgood 01 Jun, 1944 28 Feb, 1947 Bob Crompton 01 Apr, 1938 31 Mar, 1941 Reg Taylor 01 Oct, 1936 01 Apr, 1938 Arthur Barritt 01 Feb, 1931 30 Apr, 1936 Bob Crompton 01 Dec, 1926 01 Feb, 1931 Jack Carr 01 Feb, 1922 01 Dec, 1926 R B Middleton 01 Aug, 1903 01 Feb, 1922 J Walmsley 01 Aug, 1896 31 May, 1903 Tom Mitchell 01 Aug, 1884 31 May, 1896[/p][/quote]here's a few names of blackburn rovers managers for you to ponder[/p][/quote]here a few players for you to ponder Yakubu Aiyegbeni Aug 11 - Jun 12 Lorenzo Amoruso Jul 03 - May 06 Anders Andersson Jul 97 - Jun 99 Patrik Andersson Jan 93 - Nov 93 Martin Andresen Feb 04 - May 04 Keith Andrews Aug 08 - Jan 12 Mark Atkins Jun 88 - Sep 95 Markus Babbel Aug 03 - May 04 Dino Baggio Aug 03 - Jan 04 Yildiray Basturk Jan 10 - Jun 10 David Batty Oct 93 - Mar 96 James Beattie Mar 95 - Jul 98 Craig Bellamy Jul 05 - Jun 06 Marcus Bent Nov 00 - Nov 01 David Bentley Aug 05 - Jul 08 Henning Berg Jan 93 - Aug 97 Henning Berg Dec 00 - Aug 03 Bruno Berner Jan 07 - Jun 08 Stig Inge Bjornebye Jun 00 - Mar 03 Nick Blackman Jan 09 - Aug 12 Nathan Blake Oct 98 - Sep 01 Lars Bohinen Oct 95 - Mar 98 Jay Bothroyd Aug 04 - May 05 Marlon Broomes Nov 94 - Dec 01 Jason Brown Jun 06 - Jun 11 Richard Brown Sep 90 - Mar 95 Mark Bunn Sep 08 - Aug 12 Lee Carsley Mar 99 - Dec 00 Pascal Chimbonda Aug 09 - Jan 11 Andy Cole Dec 01 - Jul 04 Chris Coleman Dec 95 - Dec 97 Jim Corbett May 98 - Jul 03 Graham Coughlan Oct 95 - May 99 Gordon Cowans Nov 91 - Jul 93 Gary Croft Mar 96 - Sep 99 John Curtis Jun 00 - Aug 03 Martin Dahlin Jul 97 - Jul 99 Christian Dailly Aug 98 - Jan 01 Neil Danns Aug 02 - Dec 04 Callum Davidson Feb 98 - Jul 00 Kevin Davies Jun 98 - Aug 99 Javier de Pedro Jul 04 - Jan 05 Matt Derbyshire Jul 03 - Jun 09 Franco di Santo Aug 09 - Jun 10 Paul Dickov Jun 04 - May 06 El-Hadji Diouf Jan 09 - Jun 11 Youri Djorkaeff Sep 04 - Jan 05 Tony Dobson Jan 91 - Sep 93 Georgios Donis Jun 96 - Sep 97 Aaron Doran Jul 08 - Jul 11 Jonathan Douglas Aug 00 - Aug 06 Damien Duff Mar 96 - Jul 03 David Dunn Sep 97 - Apr 03 Peter Enckleman Nov 03 - Jul 08 Graham Fenton Nov 95 - Aug 97 Barry Ferguson Aug 03 - Jan 05 Alan Fettis Sep 97 - Mar 00 Frank Fielding Jul 07 - Jun 11 John Filan Jul 97 - Dec 01 Garry Flitcroft Mar 96 - Jan 06 Tim Flowers Nov 93 - Jul 99 Per Frandsen Sep 99 - Jul 00 Brad Friedel Nov 00 - Jul 08 Tony Gale Aug 94 - Sep 95 Kevin Gallacher Mar 93 - Oct 99 Paul Gallagher Aug 02 - Aug 09 Keith Gillespie Dec 98 - Jul 03 Shay Given Aug 94 - Jul 97 Corrado Grabbi Jun 01 - Jan 04 Michael Gray Jan 04 - Jul 07 Simon Grayson Jul 99 - Jul 02 Gordon Greer May 01 - Aug 03 Vratislav Gresko Jan 03 - May 06 Niklas Gudmundsson Dec 95 - May 97 Stephane Henchoz Jun 97 - Jun 99 Stephane Henchoz Sep 06 - Jun 08 Colin Hendry Nov 91 - Aug 98 Craig Hignett Jul 00 - Jul 03 Keith Hill May 87 - Sep 92 David Hoilett Aug 09 - Jul 12 Matt Holmes Aug 95 - Jul 97 Mark Hughes Oct 00 - May 02 Simon Ireland Nov 92 - Aug 94 Lars Jacobsen Jun 09 - Aug 10 Matt Jansen Jan 99 - Jan 06 Francis Jeffers Jul 06 - Aug 07 Nils-Eric Johansson Oct 01 - Jul 05 Damien Johnson Feb 96 - Mar 02 Jemal Johnson Jul 04 - Aug 06 Phil Jones Jul 09 - Jun 11 Alan Judge Jul 08 - Jan 11 Tony Kane Jul 06 - Jul 09 Alan Kelly Jul 99 - May 04 Jeff Kenna Mar 95 - Feb 02 Zurab Khizanishvili Aug 05 - Jun 11 Oumar Konde Oct 98 - Jun 99 Shefki Kuqi Jun 05 - Aug 06 Graeme Le Saux Mar 93 - Aug 97 Richard Lee Aug 05 - May 06 Steve Livingstone Jan 91 - Mar 93 Alan Mahon Jun 01 - Feb 04 Lee Makel Jul 92 - Oct 95 Dario Marcolin Oct 98 - May 99 Nicky Marker Sep 92 - Jul 97 Dominic Matteo Jul 04 - Jan 07 David May Jun 88 - Jul 94 Jason McAteer Jan 99 - Oct 01 Benedict McCarthy Jul 06 - Feb 10 James McEveley Nov 02 - Jan 07 Billy McKinlay Oct 95 - Nov 00 David McNamee Feb 99 - May 00 Alan Miller Feb 00 - Apr 03 Bobby Mimms Dec 90 - Aug 96 Aaron Mokoena Jan 05 - Jul 09 Kevin Moran Jan 90 - May 94 Andy Morrison Aug 93 - Dec 94 Benjamin Mwaruwari Aug 10 - Jun 11 Lucas Neill Sep 01 - Jan 07 Ryan Nelsen Jan 05 - Jan 12 Mike Newell Nov 91 - Jul 96 Eddie Nolan Jul 06 - Jan 09 Shabani Nonda Aug 06 - May 07 Steven N'Zonzi Jun 09 - Aug 12 Burton O'Brien Feb 99 - Aug 02 Martin Olsson Jan 06 - Jul 13 Andre Ooijer Aug 06 - Jul 09 Egil Ostenstad Aug 99 - Aug 03 Darren Peacock Jun 98 - Dec 00 Ian Pearce Oct 93 - Sep 97 Per Pedersen Feb 97 - Aug 98 Tore Pedersen Sep 97 - Oct 98 Marc Sebastian Pelzer Jun 02 - Jan 04 Sebastien Perez Jun 98 - Jun 99 Sergio Peter Jul 05 - Jan 09 Chris Price Sep 91 - Jan 93 Adam Reed Aug 95 - Jul 98 Steven Reid Jul 03 - Jun 10 Maceo Rigters Jul 07 - Jun 11 Stuart Ripley Jul 92 - Jul 98 Jason Roberts Jul 06 - Jan 12 Ryan Robinson Aug 01 - Aug 03 Christopher Samba Jan 07 - Feb 12 Roque Santa Cruz Jul 07 - Jul 09 Robbie Savage Jan 05 - Jan 08 Alan Shearer Jul 92 - Jul 96 Tim Sherwood Feb 92 - Feb 99 Craig Short Jul 99 - Jun 05 Danny Simpson Aug 08 - May 09 Florent Sinama-Pongolle Jan 06 - May 06 Robbie Slater Aug 94 - Aug 95 Jonathan Stead Feb 04 - Jun 05 Hakan Sukur Dec 02 - Jul 03 Chris Sutton Jul 94 - Jul 99 Andrew Taylor Jul 04 - Jan 08 Martin Taylor Aug 97 - Feb 04 James Thomas Aug 97 - May 02 David Thompson Aug 02 - Jan 06 Andy Todd May 02 - Jul 07 Keith Treacy Jul 06 - Feb 10 Hakan Unsal Mar 02 - Aug 02 Patrick Valery Jun 97 - Jul 98 Carlos Villanueva Aug 08 - May 09 Ashley Ward Dec 98 - Aug 00 Paul Warhurst Sep 93 - Jul 97 Stephen Warnock Jan 07 - Aug 09 Michael Watt Aug 97 - Sep 97 Roy Wegerle Mar 92 - Mar 93 Jason Wilcox Jun 89 - Dec 99 James Will Jul 92 - Jun 93 Anthony Williams Jul 96 - Jun 00 Richard Witschge Apr 95 - May 95 David Worrell Aug 97 - Mar 99 Alan Wright Oct 91 - Mar 95 David Yelldell Aug 03 - Aug 05 Yordi Feb 02 - May 02 Dwight Yorke Jul 02 - Aug 04 jim 2012
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5:13pm Thu 29 May 14

hasslem hasslem says...

jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
Gary Bowyer 19 Mar, 2013 Present
Michael Appleton 12 Jan, 2013 19 Mar, 2013
Gary Bowyer 27 Dec, 2012 12 Jan, 2013
Henning Berg 01 Nov, 2012 27 Dec, 2012
Eric Black 28 Sep, 2012 01 Nov, 2012
Steve Kean 13 Dec, 2010 28 Sep, 2012
Sam Allardyce 17 Dec, 2008 13 Dec, 2010
Paul Ince 21 Jun, 2008 16 Dec, 2008
Mark Hughes 15 Sep, 2004 04 Jun, 2008
Tony Parkes 06 Sep, 2004 15 Sep, 2004
Graeme Souness 14 Mar, 2000 06 Sep, 2004
Tony Parkes 03 Nov, 1999 14 Mar, 2000
Brian Kidd 04 Dec, 1998 03 Nov, 1999
Tony Parkes 21 Nov, 1998 04 Dec, 1998
Roy Hodgson 01 Jun, 1997 21 Nov, 1998
Tony Parkes 25 Oct, 1996 01 Jun, 1997
Ray Harford 25 Jun, 1995 25 Oct, 1996
Kenny Dalglish 12 Oct, 1991 25 Jun, 1995
Don Mackay 03 Feb, 1987 02 Sep, 1991
Bobby Saxton 31 May, 1981 30 Dec, 1986
Howard Kendall 01 Jun, 1979 31 May, 1981
Jim Iley 14 Apr, 1978 01 Nov, 1978
John Pickering 09 Feb, 1978 15 May, 1979
Jim Smith 20 Jun, 1975 12 Mar, 1978
Gordon Lee 14 Jan, 1974 12 Jun, 1975
Ken Furphy 04 Aug, 1971 05 Dec, 1973
Johnny Carey 21 Oct, 1970 08 Jun, 1971
Eddie Quigley 01 Feb, 1967 21 Oct, 1970
Jack Marshall 01 Jun, 1960 01 Feb, 1967
Dally Duncan 01 Oct, 1958 01 Jun, 1960
Johnny Carey 01 Jun, 1953 01 Oct, 1958
Jackie Bestall 01 Jun, 1949 31 May, 1953
Jack Bruton 01 Dec, 1947 31 May, 1949
Will Scott 01 Apr, 1947 01 Dec, 1947
Eddie Hapgood 01 Jun, 1944 28 Feb, 1947
Bob Crompton 01 Apr, 1938 31 Mar, 1941
Reg Taylor 01 Oct, 1936 01 Apr, 1938
Arthur Barritt 01 Feb, 1931 30 Apr, 1936
Bob Crompton 01 Dec, 1926 01 Feb, 1931
Jack Carr 01 Feb, 1922 01 Dec, 1926
R B Middleton 01 Aug, 1903 01 Feb, 1922
J Walmsley 01 Aug, 1896 31 May, 1903
Tom Mitchell 01 Aug, 1884 31 May, 1896
here's a few names of blackburn rovers managers for you to ponder
here a few players for you to ponder


Yakubu Aiyegbeni Aug 11 - Jun 12 Lorenzo Amoruso Jul 03 - May 06
Anders Andersson Jul 97 - Jun 99 Patrik Andersson Jan 93 - Nov 93
Martin Andresen Feb 04 - May 04 Keith Andrews Aug 08 - Jan 12
Mark Atkins Jun 88 - Sep 95 Markus Babbel Aug 03 - May 04
Dino Baggio Aug 03 - Jan 04 Yildiray Basturk Jan 10 - Jun 10
David Batty Oct 93 - Mar 96 James Beattie Mar 95 - Jul 98
Craig Bellamy Jul 05 - Jun 06 Marcus Bent Nov 00 - Nov 01
David Bentley Aug 05 - Jul 08 Henning Berg Jan 93 - Aug 97
Henning Berg Dec 00 - Aug 03 Bruno Berner Jan 07 - Jun 08
Stig Inge Bjornebye Jun 00 - Mar 03 Nick Blackman Jan 09 - Aug 12
Nathan Blake Oct 98 - Sep 01 Lars Bohinen Oct 95 - Mar 98
Jay Bothroyd Aug 04 - May 05 Marlon Broomes Nov 94 - Dec 01
Jason Brown Jun 06 - Jun 11 Richard Brown Sep 90 - Mar 95
Mark Bunn Sep 08 - Aug 12 Lee Carsley Mar 99 - Dec 00
Pascal Chimbonda Aug 09 - Jan 11 Andy Cole Dec 01 - Jul 04
Chris Coleman Dec 95 - Dec 97 Jim Corbett May 98 - Jul 03
Graham Coughlan Oct 95 - May 99 Gordon Cowans Nov 91 - Jul 93
Gary Croft Mar 96 - Sep 99 John Curtis Jun 00 - Aug 03
Martin Dahlin Jul 97 - Jul 99 Christian Dailly Aug 98 - Jan 01
Neil Danns Aug 02 - Dec 04 Callum Davidson Feb 98 - Jul 00
Kevin Davies Jun 98 - Aug 99 Javier de Pedro Jul 04 - Jan 05
Matt Derbyshire Jul 03 - Jun 09 Franco di Santo Aug 09 - Jun 10
Paul Dickov Jun 04 - May 06 El-Hadji Diouf Jan 09 - Jun 11
Youri Djorkaeff Sep 04 - Jan 05 Tony Dobson Jan 91 - Sep 93
Georgios Donis Jun 96 - Sep 97 Aaron Doran Jul 08 - Jul 11
Jonathan Douglas Aug 00 - Aug 06 Damien Duff Mar 96 - Jul 03
David Dunn Sep 97 - Apr 03 Peter Enckleman Nov 03 - Jul 08
Graham Fenton Nov 95 - Aug 97 Barry Ferguson Aug 03 - Jan 05
Alan Fettis Sep 97 - Mar 00 Frank Fielding Jul 07 - Jun 11
John Filan Jul 97 - Dec 01 Garry Flitcroft Mar 96 - Jan 06
Tim Flowers Nov 93 - Jul 99 Per Frandsen Sep 99 - Jul 00
Brad Friedel Nov 00 - Jul 08 Tony Gale Aug 94 - Sep 95
Kevin Gallacher Mar 93 - Oct 99 Paul Gallagher Aug 02 - Aug 09
Keith Gillespie Dec 98 - Jul 03 Shay Given Aug 94 - Jul 97
Corrado Grabbi Jun 01 - Jan 04 Michael Gray Jan 04 - Jul 07
Simon Grayson Jul 99 - Jul 02 Gordon Greer May 01 - Aug 03
Vratislav Gresko Jan 03 - May 06 Niklas Gudmundsson Dec 95 - May 97
Stephane Henchoz Jun 97 - Jun 99 Stephane Henchoz Sep 06 - Jun 08
Colin Hendry Nov 91 - Aug 98 Craig Hignett Jul 00 - Jul 03
Keith Hill May 87 - Sep 92 David Hoilett Aug 09 - Jul 12
Matt Holmes Aug 95 - Jul 97 Mark Hughes Oct 00 - May 02
Simon Ireland Nov 92 - Aug 94 Lars Jacobsen Jun 09 - Aug 10
Matt Jansen Jan 99 - Jan 06 Francis Jeffers Jul 06 - Aug 07
Nils-Eric Johansson Oct 01 - Jul 05 Damien Johnson Feb 96 - Mar 02
Jemal Johnson Jul 04 - Aug 06 Phil Jones Jul 09 - Jun 11
Alan Judge Jul 08 - Jan 11 Tony Kane Jul 06 - Jul 09
Alan Kelly Jul 99 - May 04 Jeff Kenna Mar 95 - Feb 02
Zurab Khizanishvili Aug 05 - Jun 11 Oumar Konde Oct 98 - Jun 99
Shefki Kuqi Jun 05 - Aug 06 Graeme Le Saux Mar 93 - Aug 97
Richard Lee Aug 05 - May 06 Steve Livingstone Jan 91 - Mar 93
Alan Mahon Jun 01 - Feb 04 Lee Makel Jul 92 - Oct 95
Dario Marcolin Oct 98 - May 99 Nicky Marker Sep 92 - Jul 97
Dominic Matteo Jul 04 - Jan 07 David May Jun 88 - Jul 94
Jason McAteer Jan 99 - Oct 01 Benedict McCarthy Jul 06 - Feb 10
James McEveley Nov 02 - Jan 07 Billy McKinlay Oct 95 - Nov 00
David McNamee Feb 99 - May 00 Alan Miller Feb 00 - Apr 03
Bobby Mimms Dec 90 - Aug 96 Aaron Mokoena Jan 05 - Jul 09
Kevin Moran Jan 90 - May 94 Andy Morrison Aug 93 - Dec 94
Benjamin Mwaruwari Aug 10 - Jun 11 Lucas Neill Sep 01 - Jan 07
Ryan Nelsen Jan 05 - Jan 12 Mike Newell Nov 91 - Jul 96
Eddie Nolan Jul 06 - Jan 09 Shabani Nonda Aug 06 - May 07
Steven N'Zonzi Jun 09 - Aug 12 Burton O'Brien Feb 99 - Aug 02
Martin Olsson Jan 06 - Jul 13 Andre Ooijer Aug 06 - Jul 09
Egil Ostenstad Aug 99 - Aug 03 Darren Peacock Jun 98 - Dec 00
Ian Pearce Oct 93 - Sep 97 Per Pedersen Feb 97 - Aug 98
Tore Pedersen Sep 97 - Oct 98 Marc Sebastian Pelzer Jun 02 - Jan 04
Sebastien Perez Jun 98 - Jun 99 Sergio Peter Jul 05 - Jan 09
Chris Price Sep 91 - Jan 93 Adam Reed Aug 95 - Jul 98
Steven Reid Jul 03 - Jun 10 Maceo Rigters Jul 07 - Jun 11
Stuart Ripley Jul 92 - Jul 98 Jason Roberts Jul 06 - Jan 12
Ryan Robinson Aug 01 - Aug 03 Christopher Samba Jan 07 - Feb 12
Roque Santa Cruz Jul 07 - Jul 09 Robbie Savage Jan 05 - Jan 08
Alan Shearer Jul 92 - Jul 96 Tim Sherwood Feb 92 - Feb 99
Craig Short Jul 99 - Jun 05 Danny Simpson Aug 08 - May 09
Florent Sinama-Pongolle Jan 06 - May 06 Robbie Slater Aug 94 - Aug 95
Jonathan Stead Feb 04 - Jun 05 Hakan Sukur Dec 02 - Jul 03
Chris Sutton Jul 94 - Jul 99 Andrew Taylor Jul 04 - Jan 08
Martin Taylor Aug 97 - Feb 04 James Thomas Aug 97 - May 02
David Thompson Aug 02 - Jan 06 Andy Todd May 02 - Jul 07
Keith Treacy Jul 06 - Feb 10 Hakan Unsal Mar 02 - Aug 02
Patrick Valery Jun 97 - Jul 98 Carlos Villanueva Aug 08 - May 09
Ashley Ward Dec 98 - Aug 00 Paul Warhurst Sep 93 - Jul 97
Stephen Warnock Jan 07 - Aug 09 Michael Watt Aug 97 - Sep 97
Roy Wegerle Mar 92 - Mar 93 Jason Wilcox Jun 89 - Dec 99
James Will Jul 92 - Jun 93 Anthony Williams Jul 96 - Jun 00
Richard Witschge Apr 95 - May 95 David Worrell Aug 97 - Mar 99
Alan Wright Oct 91 - Mar 95 David Yelldell Aug 03 - Aug 05
Yordi Feb 02 - May 02 Dwight Yorke Jul 02 - Aug 04
you missed out duncan shearer - but the OCDingle will already have noted that
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]Gary Bowyer 19 Mar, 2013 Present Michael Appleton 12 Jan, 2013 19 Mar, 2013 Gary Bowyer 27 Dec, 2012 12 Jan, 2013 Henning Berg 01 Nov, 2012 27 Dec, 2012 Eric Black 28 Sep, 2012 01 Nov, 2012 Steve Kean 13 Dec, 2010 28 Sep, 2012 Sam Allardyce 17 Dec, 2008 13 Dec, 2010 Paul Ince 21 Jun, 2008 16 Dec, 2008 Mark Hughes 15 Sep, 2004 04 Jun, 2008 Tony Parkes 06 Sep, 2004 15 Sep, 2004 Graeme Souness 14 Mar, 2000 06 Sep, 2004 Tony Parkes 03 Nov, 1999 14 Mar, 2000 Brian Kidd 04 Dec, 1998 03 Nov, 1999 Tony Parkes 21 Nov, 1998 04 Dec, 1998 Roy Hodgson 01 Jun, 1997 21 Nov, 1998 Tony Parkes 25 Oct, 1996 01 Jun, 1997 Ray Harford 25 Jun, 1995 25 Oct, 1996 Kenny Dalglish 12 Oct, 1991 25 Jun, 1995 Don Mackay 03 Feb, 1987 02 Sep, 1991 Bobby Saxton 31 May, 1981 30 Dec, 1986 Howard Kendall 01 Jun, 1979 31 May, 1981 Jim Iley 14 Apr, 1978 01 Nov, 1978 John Pickering 09 Feb, 1978 15 May, 1979 Jim Smith 20 Jun, 1975 12 Mar, 1978 Gordon Lee 14 Jan, 1974 12 Jun, 1975 Ken Furphy 04 Aug, 1971 05 Dec, 1973 Johnny Carey 21 Oct, 1970 08 Jun, 1971 Eddie Quigley 01 Feb, 1967 21 Oct, 1970 Jack Marshall 01 Jun, 1960 01 Feb, 1967 Dally Duncan 01 Oct, 1958 01 Jun, 1960 Johnny Carey 01 Jun, 1953 01 Oct, 1958 Jackie Bestall 01 Jun, 1949 31 May, 1953 Jack Bruton 01 Dec, 1947 31 May, 1949 Will Scott 01 Apr, 1947 01 Dec, 1947 Eddie Hapgood 01 Jun, 1944 28 Feb, 1947 Bob Crompton 01 Apr, 1938 31 Mar, 1941 Reg Taylor 01 Oct, 1936 01 Apr, 1938 Arthur Barritt 01 Feb, 1931 30 Apr, 1936 Bob Crompton 01 Dec, 1926 01 Feb, 1931 Jack Carr 01 Feb, 1922 01 Dec, 1926 R B Middleton 01 Aug, 1903 01 Feb, 1922 J Walmsley 01 Aug, 1896 31 May, 1903 Tom Mitchell 01 Aug, 1884 31 May, 1896[/p][/quote]here's a few names of blackburn rovers managers for you to ponder[/p][/quote]here a few players for you to ponder Yakubu Aiyegbeni Aug 11 - Jun 12 Lorenzo Amoruso Jul 03 - May 06 Anders Andersson Jul 97 - Jun 99 Patrik Andersson Jan 93 - Nov 93 Martin Andresen Feb 04 - May 04 Keith Andrews Aug 08 - Jan 12 Mark Atkins Jun 88 - Sep 95 Markus Babbel Aug 03 - May 04 Dino Baggio Aug 03 - Jan 04 Yildiray Basturk Jan 10 - Jun 10 David Batty Oct 93 - Mar 96 James Beattie Mar 95 - Jul 98 Craig Bellamy Jul 05 - Jun 06 Marcus Bent Nov 00 - Nov 01 David Bentley Aug 05 - Jul 08 Henning Berg Jan 93 - Aug 97 Henning Berg Dec 00 - Aug 03 Bruno Berner Jan 07 - Jun 08 Stig Inge Bjornebye Jun 00 - Mar 03 Nick Blackman Jan 09 - Aug 12 Nathan Blake Oct 98 - Sep 01 Lars Bohinen Oct 95 - Mar 98 Jay Bothroyd Aug 04 - May 05 Marlon Broomes Nov 94 - Dec 01 Jason Brown Jun 06 - Jun 11 Richard Brown Sep 90 - Mar 95 Mark Bunn Sep 08 - Aug 12 Lee Carsley Mar 99 - Dec 00 Pascal Chimbonda Aug 09 - Jan 11 Andy Cole Dec 01 - Jul 04 Chris Coleman Dec 95 - Dec 97 Jim Corbett May 98 - Jul 03 Graham Coughlan Oct 95 - May 99 Gordon Cowans Nov 91 - Jul 93 Gary Croft Mar 96 - Sep 99 John Curtis Jun 00 - Aug 03 Martin Dahlin Jul 97 - Jul 99 Christian Dailly Aug 98 - Jan 01 Neil Danns Aug 02 - Dec 04 Callum Davidson Feb 98 - Jul 00 Kevin Davies Jun 98 - Aug 99 Javier de Pedro Jul 04 - Jan 05 Matt Derbyshire Jul 03 - Jun 09 Franco di Santo Aug 09 - Jun 10 Paul Dickov Jun 04 - May 06 El-Hadji Diouf Jan 09 - Jun 11 Youri Djorkaeff Sep 04 - Jan 05 Tony Dobson Jan 91 - Sep 93 Georgios Donis Jun 96 - Sep 97 Aaron Doran Jul 08 - Jul 11 Jonathan Douglas Aug 00 - Aug 06 Damien Duff Mar 96 - Jul 03 David Dunn Sep 97 - Apr 03 Peter Enckleman Nov 03 - Jul 08 Graham Fenton Nov 95 - Aug 97 Barry Ferguson Aug 03 - Jan 05 Alan Fettis Sep 97 - Mar 00 Frank Fielding Jul 07 - Jun 11 John Filan Jul 97 - Dec 01 Garry Flitcroft Mar 96 - Jan 06 Tim Flowers Nov 93 - Jul 99 Per Frandsen Sep 99 - Jul 00 Brad Friedel Nov 00 - Jul 08 Tony Gale Aug 94 - Sep 95 Kevin Gallacher Mar 93 - Oct 99 Paul Gallagher Aug 02 - Aug 09 Keith Gillespie Dec 98 - Jul 03 Shay Given Aug 94 - Jul 97 Corrado Grabbi Jun 01 - Jan 04 Michael Gray Jan 04 - Jul 07 Simon Grayson Jul 99 - Jul 02 Gordon Greer May 01 - Aug 03 Vratislav Gresko Jan 03 - May 06 Niklas Gudmundsson Dec 95 - May 97 Stephane Henchoz Jun 97 - Jun 99 Stephane Henchoz Sep 06 - Jun 08 Colin Hendry Nov 91 - Aug 98 Craig Hignett Jul 00 - Jul 03 Keith Hill May 87 - Sep 92 David Hoilett Aug 09 - Jul 12 Matt Holmes Aug 95 - Jul 97 Mark Hughes Oct 00 - May 02 Simon Ireland Nov 92 - Aug 94 Lars Jacobsen Jun 09 - Aug 10 Matt Jansen Jan 99 - Jan 06 Francis Jeffers Jul 06 - Aug 07 Nils-Eric Johansson Oct 01 - Jul 05 Damien Johnson Feb 96 - Mar 02 Jemal Johnson Jul 04 - Aug 06 Phil Jones Jul 09 - Jun 11 Alan Judge Jul 08 - Jan 11 Tony Kane Jul 06 - Jul 09 Alan Kelly Jul 99 - May 04 Jeff Kenna Mar 95 - Feb 02 Zurab Khizanishvili Aug 05 - Jun 11 Oumar Konde Oct 98 - Jun 99 Shefki Kuqi Jun 05 - Aug 06 Graeme Le Saux Mar 93 - Aug 97 Richard Lee Aug 05 - May 06 Steve Livingstone Jan 91 - Mar 93 Alan Mahon Jun 01 - Feb 04 Lee Makel Jul 92 - Oct 95 Dario Marcolin Oct 98 - May 99 Nicky Marker Sep 92 - Jul 97 Dominic Matteo Jul 04 - Jan 07 David May Jun 88 - Jul 94 Jason McAteer Jan 99 - Oct 01 Benedict McCarthy Jul 06 - Feb 10 James McEveley Nov 02 - Jan 07 Billy McKinlay Oct 95 - Nov 00 David McNamee Feb 99 - May 00 Alan Miller Feb 00 - Apr 03 Bobby Mimms Dec 90 - Aug 96 Aaron Mokoena Jan 05 - Jul 09 Kevin Moran Jan 90 - May 94 Andy Morrison Aug 93 - Dec 94 Benjamin Mwaruwari Aug 10 - Jun 11 Lucas Neill Sep 01 - Jan 07 Ryan Nelsen Jan 05 - Jan 12 Mike Newell Nov 91 - Jul 96 Eddie Nolan Jul 06 - Jan 09 Shabani Nonda Aug 06 - May 07 Steven N'Zonzi Jun 09 - Aug 12 Burton O'Brien Feb 99 - Aug 02 Martin Olsson Jan 06 - Jul 13 Andre Ooijer Aug 06 - Jul 09 Egil Ostenstad Aug 99 - Aug 03 Darren Peacock Jun 98 - Dec 00 Ian Pearce Oct 93 - Sep 97 Per Pedersen Feb 97 - Aug 98 Tore Pedersen Sep 97 - Oct 98 Marc Sebastian Pelzer Jun 02 - Jan 04 Sebastien Perez Jun 98 - Jun 99 Sergio Peter Jul 05 - Jan 09 Chris Price Sep 91 - Jan 93 Adam Reed Aug 95 - Jul 98 Steven Reid Jul 03 - Jun 10 Maceo Rigters Jul 07 - Jun 11 Stuart Ripley Jul 92 - Jul 98 Jason Roberts Jul 06 - Jan 12 Ryan Robinson Aug 01 - Aug 03 Christopher Samba Jan 07 - Feb 12 Roque Santa Cruz Jul 07 - Jul 09 Robbie Savage Jan 05 - Jan 08 Alan Shearer Jul 92 - Jul 96 Tim Sherwood Feb 92 - Feb 99 Craig Short Jul 99 - Jun 05 Danny Simpson Aug 08 - May 09 Florent Sinama-Pongolle Jan 06 - May 06 Robbie Slater Aug 94 - Aug 95 Jonathan Stead Feb 04 - Jun 05 Hakan Sukur Dec 02 - Jul 03 Chris Sutton Jul 94 - Jul 99 Andrew Taylor Jul 04 - Jan 08 Martin Taylor Aug 97 - Feb 04 James Thomas Aug 97 - May 02 David Thompson Aug 02 - Jan 06 Andy Todd May 02 - Jul 07 Keith Treacy Jul 06 - Feb 10 Hakan Unsal Mar 02 - Aug 02 Patrick Valery Jun 97 - Jul 98 Carlos Villanueva Aug 08 - May 09 Ashley Ward Dec 98 - Aug 00 Paul Warhurst Sep 93 - Jul 97 Stephen Warnock Jan 07 - Aug 09 Michael Watt Aug 97 - Sep 97 Roy Wegerle Mar 92 - Mar 93 Jason Wilcox Jun 89 - Dec 99 James Will Jul 92 - Jun 93 Anthony Williams Jul 96 - Jun 00 Richard Witschge Apr 95 - May 95 David Worrell Aug 97 - Mar 99 Alan Wright Oct 91 - Mar 95 David Yelldell Aug 03 - Aug 05 Yordi Feb 02 - May 02 Dwight Yorke Jul 02 - Aug 04[/p][/quote]you missed out duncan shearer - but the OCDingle will already have noted that hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 3

5:32pm Thu 29 May 14

greenscreener says...

Is there a prize for spotting missing players ?

Much as I would love to make a Myles Anderson joke I will add ....

Michel Salgado
Rueben Rochina

Cheers.
Is there a prize for spotting missing players ? Much as I would love to make a Myles Anderson joke I will add .... Michel Salgado Rueben Rochina Cheers. greenscreener
  • Score: 3

5:34pm Thu 29 May 14

hasslem hasslem says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
Gary Bowyer 19 Mar, 2013 Present
Michael Appleton 12 Jan, 2013 19 Mar, 2013
Gary Bowyer 27 Dec, 2012 12 Jan, 2013
Henning Berg 01 Nov, 2012 27 Dec, 2012
Eric Black 28 Sep, 2012 01 Nov, 2012
Steve Kean 13 Dec, 2010 28 Sep, 2012
Sam Allardyce 17 Dec, 2008 13 Dec, 2010
Paul Ince 21 Jun, 2008 16 Dec, 2008
Mark Hughes 15 Sep, 2004 04 Jun, 2008
Tony Parkes 06 Sep, 2004 15 Sep, 2004
Graeme Souness 14 Mar, 2000 06 Sep, 2004
Tony Parkes 03 Nov, 1999 14 Mar, 2000
Brian Kidd 04 Dec, 1998 03 Nov, 1999
Tony Parkes 21 Nov, 1998 04 Dec, 1998
Roy Hodgson 01 Jun, 1997 21 Nov, 1998
Tony Parkes 25 Oct, 1996 01 Jun, 1997
Ray Harford 25 Jun, 1995 25 Oct, 1996
Kenny Dalglish 12 Oct, 1991 25 Jun, 1995
Don Mackay 03 Feb, 1987 02 Sep, 1991
Bobby Saxton 31 May, 1981 30 Dec, 1986
Howard Kendall 01 Jun, 1979 31 May, 1981
Jim Iley 14 Apr, 1978 01 Nov, 1978
John Pickering 09 Feb, 1978 15 May, 1979
Jim Smith 20 Jun, 1975 12 Mar, 1978
Gordon Lee 14 Jan, 1974 12 Jun, 1975
Ken Furphy 04 Aug, 1971 05 Dec, 1973
Johnny Carey 21 Oct, 1970 08 Jun, 1971
Eddie Quigley 01 Feb, 1967 21 Oct, 1970
Jack Marshall 01 Jun, 1960 01 Feb, 1967
Dally Duncan 01 Oct, 1958 01 Jun, 1960
Johnny Carey 01 Jun, 1953 01 Oct, 1958
Jackie Bestall 01 Jun, 1949 31 May, 1953
Jack Bruton 01 Dec, 1947 31 May, 1949
Will Scott 01 Apr, 1947 01 Dec, 1947
Eddie Hapgood 01 Jun, 1944 28 Feb, 1947
Bob Crompton 01 Apr, 1938 31 Mar, 1941
Reg Taylor 01 Oct, 1936 01 Apr, 1938
Arthur Barritt 01 Feb, 1931 30 Apr, 1936
Bob Crompton 01 Dec, 1926 01 Feb, 1931
Jack Carr 01 Feb, 1922 01 Dec, 1926
R B Middleton 01 Aug, 1903 01 Feb, 1922
J Walmsley 01 Aug, 1896 31 May, 1903
Tom Mitchell 01 Aug, 1884 31 May, 1896
here's a few names of blackburn rovers managers for you to ponder
here a few players for you to ponder


Yakubu Aiyegbeni Aug 11 - Jun 12 Lorenzo Amoruso Jul 03 - May 06
Anders Andersson Jul 97 - Jun 99 Patrik Andersson Jan 93 - Nov 93
Martin Andresen Feb 04 - May 04 Keith Andrews Aug 08 - Jan 12
Mark Atkins Jun 88 - Sep 95 Markus Babbel Aug 03 - May 04
Dino Baggio Aug 03 - Jan 04 Yildiray Basturk Jan 10 - Jun 10
David Batty Oct 93 - Mar 96 James Beattie Mar 95 - Jul 98
Craig Bellamy Jul 05 - Jun 06 Marcus Bent Nov 00 - Nov 01
David Bentley Aug 05 - Jul 08 Henning Berg Jan 93 - Aug 97
Henning Berg Dec 00 - Aug 03 Bruno Berner Jan 07 - Jun 08
Stig Inge Bjornebye Jun 00 - Mar 03 Nick Blackman Jan 09 - Aug 12
Nathan Blake Oct 98 - Sep 01 Lars Bohinen Oct 95 - Mar 98
Jay Bothroyd Aug 04 - May 05 Marlon Broomes Nov 94 - Dec 01
Jason Brown Jun 06 - Jun 11 Richard Brown Sep 90 - Mar 95
Mark Bunn Sep 08 - Aug 12 Lee Carsley Mar 99 - Dec 00
Pascal Chimbonda Aug 09 - Jan 11 Andy Cole Dec 01 - Jul 04
Chris Coleman Dec 95 - Dec 97 Jim Corbett May 98 - Jul 03
Graham Coughlan Oct 95 - May 99 Gordon Cowans Nov 91 - Jul 93
Gary Croft Mar 96 - Sep 99 John Curtis Jun 00 - Aug 03
Martin Dahlin Jul 97 - Jul 99 Christian Dailly Aug 98 - Jan 01
Neil Danns Aug 02 - Dec 04 Callum Davidson Feb 98 - Jul 00
Kevin Davies Jun 98 - Aug 99 Javier de Pedro Jul 04 - Jan 05
Matt Derbyshire Jul 03 - Jun 09 Franco di Santo Aug 09 - Jun 10
Paul Dickov Jun 04 - May 06 El-Hadji Diouf Jan 09 - Jun 11
Youri Djorkaeff Sep 04 - Jan 05 Tony Dobson Jan 91 - Sep 93
Georgios Donis Jun 96 - Sep 97 Aaron Doran Jul 08 - Jul 11
Jonathan Douglas Aug 00 - Aug 06 Damien Duff Mar 96 - Jul 03
David Dunn Sep 97 - Apr 03 Peter Enckleman Nov 03 - Jul 08
Graham Fenton Nov 95 - Aug 97 Barry Ferguson Aug 03 - Jan 05
Alan Fettis Sep 97 - Mar 00 Frank Fielding Jul 07 - Jun 11
John Filan Jul 97 - Dec 01 Garry Flitcroft Mar 96 - Jan 06
Tim Flowers Nov 93 - Jul 99 Per Frandsen Sep 99 - Jul 00
Brad Friedel Nov 00 - Jul 08 Tony Gale Aug 94 - Sep 95
Kevin Gallacher Mar 93 - Oct 99 Paul Gallagher Aug 02 - Aug 09
Keith Gillespie Dec 98 - Jul 03 Shay Given Aug 94 - Jul 97
Corrado Grabbi Jun 01 - Jan 04 Michael Gray Jan 04 - Jul 07
Simon Grayson Jul 99 - Jul 02 Gordon Greer May 01 - Aug 03
Vratislav Gresko Jan 03 - May 06 Niklas Gudmundsson Dec 95 - May 97
Stephane Henchoz Jun 97 - Jun 99 Stephane Henchoz Sep 06 - Jun 08
Colin Hendry Nov 91 - Aug 98 Craig Hignett Jul 00 - Jul 03
Keith Hill May 87 - Sep 92 David Hoilett Aug 09 - Jul 12
Matt Holmes Aug 95 - Jul 97 Mark Hughes Oct 00 - May 02
Simon Ireland Nov 92 - Aug 94 Lars Jacobsen Jun 09 - Aug 10
Matt Jansen Jan 99 - Jan 06 Francis Jeffers Jul 06 - Aug 07
Nils-Eric Johansson Oct 01 - Jul 05 Damien Johnson Feb 96 - Mar 02
Jemal Johnson Jul 04 - Aug 06 Phil Jones Jul 09 - Jun 11
Alan Judge Jul 08 - Jan 11 Tony Kane Jul 06 - Jul 09
Alan Kelly Jul 99 - May 04 Jeff Kenna Mar 95 - Feb 02
Zurab Khizanishvili Aug 05 - Jun 11 Oumar Konde Oct 98 - Jun 99
Shefki Kuqi Jun 05 - Aug 06 Graeme Le Saux Mar 93 - Aug 97
Richard Lee Aug 05 - May 06 Steve Livingstone Jan 91 - Mar 93
Alan Mahon Jun 01 - Feb 04 Lee Makel Jul 92 - Oct 95
Dario Marcolin Oct 98 - May 99 Nicky Marker Sep 92 - Jul 97
Dominic Matteo Jul 04 - Jan 07 David May Jun 88 - Jul 94
Jason McAteer Jan 99 - Oct 01 Benedict McCarthy Jul 06 - Feb 10
James McEveley Nov 02 - Jan 07 Billy McKinlay Oct 95 - Nov 00
David McNamee Feb 99 - May 00 Alan Miller Feb 00 - Apr 03
Bobby Mimms Dec 90 - Aug 96 Aaron Mokoena Jan 05 - Jul 09
Kevin Moran Jan 90 - May 94 Andy Morrison Aug 93 - Dec 94
Benjamin Mwaruwari Aug 10 - Jun 11 Lucas Neill Sep 01 - Jan 07
Ryan Nelsen Jan 05 - Jan 12 Mike Newell Nov 91 - Jul 96
Eddie Nolan Jul 06 - Jan 09 Shabani Nonda Aug 06 - May 07
Steven N'Zonzi Jun 09 - Aug 12 Burton O'Brien Feb 99 - Aug 02
Martin Olsson Jan 06 - Jul 13 Andre Ooijer Aug 06 - Jul 09
Egil Ostenstad Aug 99 - Aug 03 Darren Peacock Jun 98 - Dec 00
Ian Pearce Oct 93 - Sep 97 Per Pedersen Feb 97 - Aug 98
Tore Pedersen Sep 97 - Oct 98 Marc Sebastian Pelzer Jun 02 - Jan 04
Sebastien Perez Jun 98 - Jun 99 Sergio Peter Jul 05 - Jan 09
Chris Price Sep 91 - Jan 93 Adam Reed Aug 95 - Jul 98
Steven Reid Jul 03 - Jun 10 Maceo Rigters Jul 07 - Jun 11
Stuart Ripley Jul 92 - Jul 98 Jason Roberts Jul 06 - Jan 12
Ryan Robinson Aug 01 - Aug 03 Christopher Samba Jan 07 - Feb 12
Roque Santa Cruz Jul 07 - Jul 09 Robbie Savage Jan 05 - Jan 08
Alan Shearer Jul 92 - Jul 96 Tim Sherwood Feb 92 - Feb 99
Craig Short Jul 99 - Jun 05 Danny Simpson Aug 08 - May 09
Florent Sinama-Pongolle Jan 06 - May 06 Robbie Slater Aug 94 - Aug 95
Jonathan Stead Feb 04 - Jun 05 Hakan Sukur Dec 02 - Jul 03
Chris Sutton Jul 94 - Jul 99 Andrew Taylor Jul 04 - Jan 08
Martin Taylor Aug 97 - Feb 04 James Thomas Aug 97 - May 02
David Thompson Aug 02 - Jan 06 Andy Todd May 02 - Jul 07
Keith Treacy Jul 06 - Feb 10 Hakan Unsal Mar 02 - Aug 02
Patrick Valery Jun 97 - Jul 98 Carlos Villanueva Aug 08 - May 09
Ashley Ward Dec 98 - Aug 00 Paul Warhurst Sep 93 - Jul 97
Stephen Warnock Jan 07 - Aug 09 Michael Watt Aug 97 - Sep 97
Roy Wegerle Mar 92 - Mar 93 Jason Wilcox Jun 89 - Dec 99
James Will Jul 92 - Jun 93 Anthony Williams Jul 96 - Jun 00
Richard Witschge Apr 95 - May 95 David Worrell Aug 97 - Mar 99
Alan Wright Oct 91 - Mar 95 David Yelldell Aug 03 - Aug 05
Yordi Feb 02 - May 02 Dwight Yorke Jul 02 - Aug 04
you missed out duncan shearer - but the OCDingle will already have noted that
Tugay Kerimoglu?
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]Gary Bowyer 19 Mar, 2013 Present Michael Appleton 12 Jan, 2013 19 Mar, 2013 Gary Bowyer 27 Dec, 2012 12 Jan, 2013 Henning Berg 01 Nov, 2012 27 Dec, 2012 Eric Black 28 Sep, 2012 01 Nov, 2012 Steve Kean 13 Dec, 2010 28 Sep, 2012 Sam Allardyce 17 Dec, 2008 13 Dec, 2010 Paul Ince 21 Jun, 2008 16 Dec, 2008 Mark Hughes 15 Sep, 2004 04 Jun, 2008 Tony Parkes 06 Sep, 2004 15 Sep, 2004 Graeme Souness 14 Mar, 2000 06 Sep, 2004 Tony Parkes 03 Nov, 1999 14 Mar, 2000 Brian Kidd 04 Dec, 1998 03 Nov, 1999 Tony Parkes 21 Nov, 1998 04 Dec, 1998 Roy Hodgson 01 Jun, 1997 21 Nov, 1998 Tony Parkes 25 Oct, 1996 01 Jun, 1997 Ray Harford 25 Jun, 1995 25 Oct, 1996 Kenny Dalglish 12 Oct, 1991 25 Jun, 1995 Don Mackay 03 Feb, 1987 02 Sep, 1991 Bobby Saxton 31 May, 1981 30 Dec, 1986 Howard Kendall 01 Jun, 1979 31 May, 1981 Jim Iley 14 Apr, 1978 01 Nov, 1978 John Pickering 09 Feb, 1978 15 May, 1979 Jim Smith 20 Jun, 1975 12 Mar, 1978 Gordon Lee 14 Jan, 1974 12 Jun, 1975 Ken Furphy 04 Aug, 1971 05 Dec, 1973 Johnny Carey 21 Oct, 1970 08 Jun, 1971 Eddie Quigley 01 Feb, 1967 21 Oct, 1970 Jack Marshall 01 Jun, 1960 01 Feb, 1967 Dally Duncan 01 Oct, 1958 01 Jun, 1960 Johnny Carey 01 Jun, 1953 01 Oct, 1958 Jackie Bestall 01 Jun, 1949 31 May, 1953 Jack Bruton 01 Dec, 1947 31 May, 1949 Will Scott 01 Apr, 1947 01 Dec, 1947 Eddie Hapgood 01 Jun, 1944 28 Feb, 1947 Bob Crompton 01 Apr, 1938 31 Mar, 1941 Reg Taylor 01 Oct, 1936 01 Apr, 1938 Arthur Barritt 01 Feb, 1931 30 Apr, 1936 Bob Crompton 01 Dec, 1926 01 Feb, 1931 Jack Carr 01 Feb, 1922 01 Dec, 1926 R B Middleton 01 Aug, 1903 01 Feb, 1922 J Walmsley 01 Aug, 1896 31 May, 1903 Tom Mitchell 01 Aug, 1884 31 May, 1896[/p][/quote]here's a few names of blackburn rovers managers for you to ponder[/p][/quote]here a few players for you to ponder Yakubu Aiyegbeni Aug 11 - Jun 12 Lorenzo Amoruso Jul 03 - May 06 Anders Andersson Jul 97 - Jun 99 Patrik Andersson Jan 93 - Nov 93 Martin Andresen Feb 04 - May 04 Keith Andrews Aug 08 - Jan 12 Mark Atkins Jun 88 - Sep 95 Markus Babbel Aug 03 - May 04 Dino Baggio Aug 03 - Jan 04 Yildiray Basturk Jan 10 - Jun 10 David Batty Oct 93 - Mar 96 James Beattie Mar 95 - Jul 98 Craig Bellamy Jul 05 - Jun 06 Marcus Bent Nov 00 - Nov 01 David Bentley Aug 05 - Jul 08 Henning Berg Jan 93 - Aug 97 Henning Berg Dec 00 - Aug 03 Bruno Berner Jan 07 - Jun 08 Stig Inge Bjornebye Jun 00 - Mar 03 Nick Blackman Jan 09 - Aug 12 Nathan Blake Oct 98 - Sep 01 Lars Bohinen Oct 95 - Mar 98 Jay Bothroyd Aug 04 - May 05 Marlon Broomes Nov 94 - Dec 01 Jason Brown Jun 06 - Jun 11 Richard Brown Sep 90 - Mar 95 Mark Bunn Sep 08 - Aug 12 Lee Carsley Mar 99 - Dec 00 Pascal Chimbonda Aug 09 - Jan 11 Andy Cole Dec 01 - Jul 04 Chris Coleman Dec 95 - Dec 97 Jim Corbett May 98 - Jul 03 Graham Coughlan Oct 95 - May 99 Gordon Cowans Nov 91 - Jul 93 Gary Croft Mar 96 - Sep 99 John Curtis Jun 00 - Aug 03 Martin Dahlin Jul 97 - Jul 99 Christian Dailly Aug 98 - Jan 01 Neil Danns Aug 02 - Dec 04 Callum Davidson Feb 98 - Jul 00 Kevin Davies Jun 98 - Aug 99 Javier de Pedro Jul 04 - Jan 05 Matt Derbyshire Jul 03 - Jun 09 Franco di Santo Aug 09 - Jun 10 Paul Dickov Jun 04 - May 06 El-Hadji Diouf Jan 09 - Jun 11 Youri Djorkaeff Sep 04 - Jan 05 Tony Dobson Jan 91 - Sep 93 Georgios Donis Jun 96 - Sep 97 Aaron Doran Jul 08 - Jul 11 Jonathan Douglas Aug 00 - Aug 06 Damien Duff Mar 96 - Jul 03 David Dunn Sep 97 - Apr 03 Peter Enckleman Nov 03 - Jul 08 Graham Fenton Nov 95 - Aug 97 Barry Ferguson Aug 03 - Jan 05 Alan Fettis Sep 97 - Mar 00 Frank Fielding Jul 07 - Jun 11 John Filan Jul 97 - Dec 01 Garry Flitcroft Mar 96 - Jan 06 Tim Flowers Nov 93 - Jul 99 Per Frandsen Sep 99 - Jul 00 Brad Friedel Nov 00 - Jul 08 Tony Gale Aug 94 - Sep 95 Kevin Gallacher Mar 93 - Oct 99 Paul Gallagher Aug 02 - Aug 09 Keith Gillespie Dec 98 - Jul 03 Shay Given Aug 94 - Jul 97 Corrado Grabbi Jun 01 - Jan 04 Michael Gray Jan 04 - Jul 07 Simon Grayson Jul 99 - Jul 02 Gordon Greer May 01 - Aug 03 Vratislav Gresko Jan 03 - May 06 Niklas Gudmundsson Dec 95 - May 97 Stephane Henchoz Jun 97 - Jun 99 Stephane Henchoz Sep 06 - Jun 08 Colin Hendry Nov 91 - Aug 98 Craig Hignett Jul 00 - Jul 03 Keith Hill May 87 - Sep 92 David Hoilett Aug 09 - Jul 12 Matt Holmes Aug 95 - Jul 97 Mark Hughes Oct 00 - May 02 Simon Ireland Nov 92 - Aug 94 Lars Jacobsen Jun 09 - Aug 10 Matt Jansen Jan 99 - Jan 06 Francis Jeffers Jul 06 - Aug 07 Nils-Eric Johansson Oct 01 - Jul 05 Damien Johnson Feb 96 - Mar 02 Jemal Johnson Jul 04 - Aug 06 Phil Jones Jul 09 - Jun 11 Alan Judge Jul 08 - Jan 11 Tony Kane Jul 06 - Jul 09 Alan Kelly Jul 99 - May 04 Jeff Kenna Mar 95 - Feb 02 Zurab Khizanishvili Aug 05 - Jun 11 Oumar Konde Oct 98 - Jun 99 Shefki Kuqi Jun 05 - Aug 06 Graeme Le Saux Mar 93 - Aug 97 Richard Lee Aug 05 - May 06 Steve Livingstone Jan 91 - Mar 93 Alan Mahon Jun 01 - Feb 04 Lee Makel Jul 92 - Oct 95 Dario Marcolin Oct 98 - May 99 Nicky Marker Sep 92 - Jul 97 Dominic Matteo Jul 04 - Jan 07 David May Jun 88 - Jul 94 Jason McAteer Jan 99 - Oct 01 Benedict McCarthy Jul 06 - Feb 10 James McEveley Nov 02 - Jan 07 Billy McKinlay Oct 95 - Nov 00 David McNamee Feb 99 - May 00 Alan Miller Feb 00 - Apr 03 Bobby Mimms Dec 90 - Aug 96 Aaron Mokoena Jan 05 - Jul 09 Kevin Moran Jan 90 - May 94 Andy Morrison Aug 93 - Dec 94 Benjamin Mwaruwari Aug 10 - Jun 11 Lucas Neill Sep 01 - Jan 07 Ryan Nelsen Jan 05 - Jan 12 Mike Newell Nov 91 - Jul 96 Eddie Nolan Jul 06 - Jan 09 Shabani Nonda Aug 06 - May 07 Steven N'Zonzi Jun 09 - Aug 12 Burton O'Brien Feb 99 - Aug 02 Martin Olsson Jan 06 - Jul 13 Andre Ooijer Aug 06 - Jul 09 Egil Ostenstad Aug 99 - Aug 03 Darren Peacock Jun 98 - Dec 00 Ian Pearce Oct 93 - Sep 97 Per Pedersen Feb 97 - Aug 98 Tore Pedersen Sep 97 - Oct 98 Marc Sebastian Pelzer Jun 02 - Jan 04 Sebastien Perez Jun 98 - Jun 99 Sergio Peter Jul 05 - Jan 09 Chris Price Sep 91 - Jan 93 Adam Reed Aug 95 - Jul 98 Steven Reid Jul 03 - Jun 10 Maceo Rigters Jul 07 - Jun 11 Stuart Ripley Jul 92 - Jul 98 Jason Roberts Jul 06 - Jan 12 Ryan Robinson Aug 01 - Aug 03 Christopher Samba Jan 07 - Feb 12 Roque Santa Cruz Jul 07 - Jul 09 Robbie Savage Jan 05 - Jan 08 Alan Shearer Jul 92 - Jul 96 Tim Sherwood Feb 92 - Feb 99 Craig Short Jul 99 - Jun 05 Danny Simpson Aug 08 - May 09 Florent Sinama-Pongolle Jan 06 - May 06 Robbie Slater Aug 94 - Aug 95 Jonathan Stead Feb 04 - Jun 05 Hakan Sukur Dec 02 - Jul 03 Chris Sutton Jul 94 - Jul 99 Andrew Taylor Jul 04 - Jan 08 Martin Taylor Aug 97 - Feb 04 James Thomas Aug 97 - May 02 David Thompson Aug 02 - Jan 06 Andy Todd May 02 - Jul 07 Keith Treacy Jul 06 - Feb 10 Hakan Unsal Mar 02 - Aug 02 Patrick Valery Jun 97 - Jul 98 Carlos Villanueva Aug 08 - May 09 Ashley Ward Dec 98 - Aug 00 Paul Warhurst Sep 93 - Jul 97 Stephen Warnock Jan 07 - Aug 09 Michael Watt Aug 97 - Sep 97 Roy Wegerle Mar 92 - Mar 93 Jason Wilcox Jun 89 - Dec 99 James Will Jul 92 - Jun 93 Anthony Williams Jul 96 - Jun 00 Richard Witschge Apr 95 - May 95 David Worrell Aug 97 - Mar 99 Alan Wright Oct 91 - Mar 95 David Yelldell Aug 03 - Aug 05 Yordi Feb 02 - May 02 Dwight Yorke Jul 02 - Aug 04[/p][/quote]you missed out duncan shearer - but the OCDingle will already have noted that[/p][/quote]Tugay Kerimoglu? hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 2

5:47pm Thu 29 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Signed what?

Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC!

Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing.

To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015.

In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.”

Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions.

Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts.

Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension.

Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that.

Does that answer your question?
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question? Super_Clarets
  • Score: -15

5:52pm Thu 29 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Oh dear......

http://www.themag.co

.uk/the-mag-articles

/championship-strike

r-frame-newcastle-jo

rdan-rhodes/
Well if it isn't the resident cyber punchbag, back for more despite taking an absolute pasting yesterday for posting some of the most desperate cringeworthy filth I've ever had the pleasure of not reading.

Whats on todays agenda, how Jack Walker was to blame for Burnleys ground needing an asbestos register? Or is it how FFP will ensure Rovers only have 4 players left by the start of season?

Lets see how many parargraphs you reply with this time goon boy - actually, to save you frantically googling yet another set of pointless facts from years before you'd even hatched, don't bother because as you're aware I never read a word of it. And on that note, I've decided to take the advice from some of the well respected regulars on here & put a stop to responding to any of your nonsense, for no other reason than being ignored will clearly drive you insane (try to avoid self harming though, it won't look good when you're signing on)

Anyway, back to the topic of MGP - A dead ball specialist, a wand of a left foot that delivered pin point passes and crosses, not to mention the exocet missile shots which often left goalkeepers bewildered. Funnily enough it was his right foot sidewinder that broke the hearts (yet again - so many times I've lost count) of all the brace wearing half mast pant brigade, who had once again turned the Darwen End into a scene from Planet of the Apes.

Good luck Ped and thanks again, you're an Ewood ledg!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Oh dear...... http://www.themag.co .uk/the-mag-articles /championship-strike r-frame-newcastle-jo rdan-rhodes/[/p][/quote]Well if it isn't the resident cyber punchbag, back for more despite taking an absolute pasting yesterday for posting some of the most desperate cringeworthy filth I've ever had the pleasure of not reading. Whats on todays agenda, how Jack Walker was to blame for Burnleys ground needing an asbestos register? Or is it how FFP will ensure Rovers only have 4 players left by the start of season? Lets see how many parargraphs you reply with this time goon boy - actually, to save you frantically googling yet another set of pointless facts from years before you'd even hatched, don't bother because as you're aware I never read a word of it. And on that note, I've decided to take the advice from some of the well respected regulars on here & put a stop to responding to any of your nonsense, for no other reason than being ignored will clearly drive you insane (try to avoid self harming though, it won't look good when you're signing on) Anyway, back to the topic of MGP - A dead ball specialist, a wand of a left foot that delivered pin point passes and crosses, not to mention the exocet missile shots which often left goalkeepers bewildered. Funnily enough it was his right foot sidewinder that broke the hearts (yet again - so many times I've lost count) of all the brace wearing half mast pant brigade, who had once again turned the Darwen End into a scene from Planet of the Apes. Good luck Ped and thanks again, you're an Ewood ledg! more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 32

6:24pm Thu 29 May 14

baldie says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
Has Ingsy signed yet?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]Has Ingsy signed yet? baldie
  • Score: 1

6:30pm Thu 29 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Signed what?

Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC!

Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing.

To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015.

In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.”

Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions.

Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts.

Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension.

Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that.

Does that answer your question?
Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension
so none of them have signed a contract yet just in talks
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension so none of them have signed a contract yet just in talks jim 2012
  • Score: 6

7:50pm Thu 29 May 14

keanoutofrovers says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
They probably will all be there

But Super Clarets won't.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]They probably will all be there But Super Clarets won't. keanoutofrovers
  • Score: 8

8:17pm Thu 29 May 14

unclejacklegend says...

Super scrounging claret says

"Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool."

The level of hypocracy is unbelievable Jeff
Super scrounging claret says "Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool." The level of hypocracy is unbelievable Jeff unclejacklegend
  • Score: 9

8:33pm Thu 29 May 14

Maxrus says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Signed what?

Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC!

Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing.

To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015.

In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.”

Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions.

Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts.

Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension.

Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that.

Does that answer your question?
Has Ingsy signed yet?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]Has Ingsy signed yet? Maxrus
  • Score: 2

8:35pm Thu 29 May 14

Super Clarets' Sister says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Oh dear......

http://www.themag.co

.uk/the-mag-articles

/championship-strike

r-frame-newcastle-jo

rdan-rhodes/
Offt.... you're making me all hot under the collar, talking about a top striker. Hope ready to strike the back of my net again tonight, big lad.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Oh dear...... http://www.themag.co .uk/the-mag-articles /championship-strike r-frame-newcastle-jo rdan-rhodes/[/p][/quote]Offt.... you're making me all hot under the collar, talking about a top striker. Hope ready to strike the back of my net again tonight, big lad. Super Clarets' Sister
  • Score: 3

9:43pm Thu 29 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Oh dear......

http://www.themag.co


.uk/the-mag-articles


/championship-strike


r-frame-newcastle-jo


rdan-rhodes/
Well if it isn't the resident cyber punchbag, back for more despite taking an absolute pasting yesterday for posting some of the most desperate cringeworthy filth I've ever had the pleasure of not reading.

Whats on todays agenda, how Jack Walker was to blame for Burnleys ground needing an asbestos register? Or is it how FFP will ensure Rovers only have 4 players left by the start of season?

Lets see how many parargraphs you reply with this time goon boy - actually, to save you frantically googling yet another set of pointless facts from years before you'd even hatched, don't bother because as you're aware I never read a word of it. And on that note, I've decided to take the advice from some of the well respected regulars on here & put a stop to responding to any of your nonsense, for no other reason than being ignored will clearly drive you insane (try to avoid self harming though, it won't look good when you're signing on)

Anyway, back to the topic of MGP - A dead ball specialist, a wand of a left foot that delivered pin point passes and crosses, not to mention the exocet missile shots which often left goalkeepers bewildered. Funnily enough it was his right foot sidewinder that broke the hearts (yet again - so many times I've lost count) of all the brace wearing half mast pant brigade, who had once again turned the Darwen End into a scene from Planet of the Apes.

Good luck Ped and thanks again, you're an Ewood ledg!
I owned you 100% yesterday, you read every single word and that's why you now choose to "take the advice" of others and retreat to safety with your quivering tail between your legs once more... I disproved every single one of your crackpot notions of superiority and when I'd finished chewing you up I spat you back in your box until the next time I feel the urge to entertain myself with a Rovers retard. It was a pleasure giving you ten of the best with my double ended spanking paddle of superior wit and intellect.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Oh dear...... http://www.themag.co .uk/the-mag-articles /championship-strike r-frame-newcastle-jo rdan-rhodes/[/p][/quote]Well if it isn't the resident cyber punchbag, back for more despite taking an absolute pasting yesterday for posting some of the most desperate cringeworthy filth I've ever had the pleasure of not reading. Whats on todays agenda, how Jack Walker was to blame for Burnleys ground needing an asbestos register? Or is it how FFP will ensure Rovers only have 4 players left by the start of season? Lets see how many parargraphs you reply with this time goon boy - actually, to save you frantically googling yet another set of pointless facts from years before you'd even hatched, don't bother because as you're aware I never read a word of it. And on that note, I've decided to take the advice from some of the well respected regulars on here & put a stop to responding to any of your nonsense, for no other reason than being ignored will clearly drive you insane (try to avoid self harming though, it won't look good when you're signing on) Anyway, back to the topic of MGP - A dead ball specialist, a wand of a left foot that delivered pin point passes and crosses, not to mention the exocet missile shots which often left goalkeepers bewildered. Funnily enough it was his right foot sidewinder that broke the hearts (yet again - so many times I've lost count) of all the brace wearing half mast pant brigade, who had once again turned the Darwen End into a scene from Planet of the Apes. Good luck Ped and thanks again, you're an Ewood ledg![/p][/quote]I owned you 100% yesterday, you read every single word and that's why you now choose to "take the advice" of others and retreat to safety with your quivering tail between your legs once more... I disproved every single one of your crackpot notions of superiority and when I'd finished chewing you up I spat you back in your box until the next time I feel the urge to entertain myself with a Rovers retard. It was a pleasure giving you ten of the best with my double ended spanking paddle of superior wit and intellect. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -23

9:46pm Thu 29 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Signed what?

Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC!

Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing.

To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015.

In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.”

Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions.

Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts.

Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension.

Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that.

Does that answer your question?
Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension
so none of them have signed a contract yet just in talks
They are already under contract as I explained, the trouble is you just can't stand it, it drives you absolutely insane knowing that we are just so far ahead of you in every single area and we have quality players who want to perform for us.

In other news it looks like the vultures are circling around Jordan Rhodes, the offer of Premier League football will be too good to turn down, what then for the no-dads? It's another huge step towards the Championship trap-door.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension so none of them have signed a contract yet just in talks[/p][/quote]They are already under contract as I explained, the trouble is you just can't stand it, it drives you absolutely insane knowing that we are just so far ahead of you in every single area and we have quality players who want to perform for us. In other news it looks like the vultures are circling around Jordan Rhodes, the offer of Premier League football will be too good to turn down, what then for the no-dads? It's another huge step towards the Championship trap-door. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -4

10:12pm Thu 29 May 14

madrover says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Signed what?

Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC!

Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing.

To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015.

In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.”

Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions.

Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts.

Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension.

Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that.

Does that answer your question?
The only place your going is the championship and we will take your place in the prem were we belong. Got your season ticket yet armchair supporter?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]The only place your going is the championship and we will take your place in the prem were we belong. Got your season ticket yet armchair supporter? madrover
  • Score: 2

10:16pm Thu 29 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

madrover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Signed what?

Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC!

Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing.

To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015.

In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.”

Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions.

Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts.

Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension.

Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that.

Does that answer your question?
The only place your going is the championship and we will take your place in the prem were we belong. Got your season ticket yet armchair supporter?
And then you woke up and realised that you were heading for League One under a transfer ban carrying a £35million wage bill.

There may be trouble ahead.
[quote][p][bold]madrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]The only place your going is the championship and we will take your place in the prem were we belong. Got your season ticket yet armchair supporter?[/p][/quote]And then you woke up and realised that you were heading for League One under a transfer ban carrying a £35million wage bill. There may be trouble ahead. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -4

11:46pm Thu 29 May 14

keanoutofrovers says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
madrover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Signed what?

Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC!

Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing.

To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015.

In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.”

Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions.

Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts.

Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension.

Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that.

Does that answer your question?
The only place your going is the championship and we will take your place in the prem were we belong. Got your season ticket yet armchair supporter?
And then you woke up and realised that you were heading for League One under a transfer ban carrying a £35million wage bill.

There may be trouble ahead.
You mean just as you predicted last year.

Copying from Wikipedia since 2012
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]madrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]The only place your going is the championship and we will take your place in the prem were we belong. Got your season ticket yet armchair supporter?[/p][/quote]And then you woke up and realised that you were heading for League One under a transfer ban carrying a £35million wage bill. There may be trouble ahead.[/p][/quote]You mean just as you predicted last year. Copying from Wikipedia since 2012 keanoutofrovers
  • Score: 3

1:13am Fri 30 May 14

bluenwhite says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
Thick as a plank :-)
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]Thick as a plank :-) bluenwhite
  • Score: 3

1:13am Fri 30 May 14

bluenwhite says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Oh dear......

http://www.themag.co

.uk/the-mag-articles

/championship-strike

r-frame-newcastle-jo

rdan-rhodes/
Thick as a plank :-)
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Oh dear...... http://www.themag.co .uk/the-mag-articles /championship-strike r-frame-newcastle-jo rdan-rhodes/[/p][/quote]Thick as a plank :-) bluenwhite
  • Score: 2

1:16am Fri 30 May 14

bluenwhite says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Signed what?

Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC!

Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing.

To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015.

In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.”

Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions.

Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts.

Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension.

Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that.

Does that answer your question?
Thick as a plank:-)
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]Thick as a plank:-) bluenwhite
  • Score: 0

1:17am Fri 30 May 14

bluenwhite says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
madrover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Signed what?

Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC!

Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing.

To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015.

In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.”

Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions.

Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts.

Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension.

Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that.

Does that answer your question?
The only place your going is the championship and we will take your place in the prem were we belong. Got your season ticket yet armchair supporter?
And then you woke up and realised that you were heading for League One under a transfer ban carrying a £35million wage bill.

There may be trouble ahead.
Thick as a plank and obsessed with all things Rovers :-)
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]madrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]The only place your going is the championship and we will take your place in the prem were we belong. Got your season ticket yet armchair supporter?[/p][/quote]And then you woke up and realised that you were heading for League One under a transfer ban carrying a £35million wage bill. There may be trouble ahead.[/p][/quote]Thick as a plank and obsessed with all things Rovers :-) bluenwhite
  • Score: 2

9:06am Fri 30 May 14

Bazzer says...

One cannot help but notice that in the list of managers posted above that Mr. Sam Allardyce is the only example of a Rovers boss who stands out like a shining beacon between two abject failures.
One cannot help but notice that in the list of managers posted above that Mr. Sam Allardyce is the only example of a Rovers boss who stands out like a shining beacon between two abject failures. Bazzer
  • Score: 2

9:13am Fri 30 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in.

A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ?
has kieron tripper signed yet ?
will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Signed what?

Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC!

Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing.

To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015.

In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.”

Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions.

Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts.

Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension.

Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that.

Does that answer your question?
Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension
so none of them have signed a contract yet just in talks
Quite understandably they will want Premier League terms and conditions now. If the directors don't stump up they can get it elsewhere. That's where the problems start, give it one and they'll all want it.
There could be trouble ahead.........
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension so none of them have signed a contract yet just in talks[/p][/quote]Quite understandably they will want Premier League terms and conditions now. If the directors don't stump up they can get it elsewhere. That's where the problems start, give it one and they'll all want it. There could be trouble ahead......... Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

11:22am Fri 30 May 14

Roverthere says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.
has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?
Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question?
It may be going places, but the only way is down!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, when it comes to Blackburn Rovers it's better out than in. A truly poisonous club that damages the careers of both players and managers alike.[/p][/quote]has danny ings signed yet ? has kieron tripper signed yet ? will sean dyche still be at burnley when the season starts ?[/p][/quote]Signed what? Why you insist on repeating the same nonsense question is beyond me, you look like a right tool. As much as you seem to believe that Danny Ings is out of contract by repeatedly asking "has Ings signed yet?" I hate to tell you that unfortunately he is already under contract..... to Burnley FC! Read it and weep no-dad, all that pant-wetting excitement for nothing. To put your mind at ease about the contract situations that you seem to have you all flustered... 26-goal Championship Player of the Year, Danny Ings is under contract to Burnley FC until the summer of 2015. In his own words.... “I love it here. It’s a family club and a great club to play for. It’s a fantastic club. And I’m so proud of the lads and how well they’ve done this season. I live quite locally so I see a lot of fans and they show their appreciation for the whole team, not just me, and it's a great feeling to be a part of that. There are no egos at this club. Everyone’s in it together, it’s like one big family.” Also worth noting is that Burnley have stood by Danny Ings during the two seasons he missed through serious injury, a point the player himself has acknowledged on several occasions. Kieran Trippier is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015. Both Trippier and Ings are now in the Premier League with Burnley and in talks about extending their contracts. Sean Dyche is also under contract to Burnley FC until summer 2015 and is understood to be in line for a substantial promotion bonus and a contract extension. Unfortunately for you morons Burnley is a club that is going places, players want to play in the Premier League, Burnley can offer that. Managers want to manage in the Premier League, again Burnley can offer that. Does that answer your question?[/p][/quote]It may be going places, but the only way is down! Roverthere
  • Score: 1

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