East Lancs football clubs await 2014/2015 fixture lists

This Is Lancashire: Sean Dyche and Gary Bowyer Sean Dyche and Gary Bowyer

BURNLEY, Blackburn Rovers and Accrington Stanley will discover their fixtures for the new season when they are released tomorrow - and the Lancashire Telegraph website will be the place to look for all the key dates.

We will be publishing the full fixtures for all three East Lancashire sides at 9am on Wednesday as the countdown to the new season really begins.

Clarets fans will be able to see when their side will be travelling to Old Trafford and Anfield as they make a return to the Premier League while Rovers supporters can plot their Championship calendar and Stanley fans can plan their League Two campaign.

And don’t miss Thursday’s Lancashire Telegraph for your free fixtures poster covering all three clubs.

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5:04pm Tue 17 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

Blackburn Rovers v Brentford
Rotherham v Blackburn Rovers

... and so on and so forth

LOL!
Blackburn Rovers v Brentford Rotherham v Blackburn Rovers ... and so on and so forth LOL! Super Claret
  • Score: -20

5:32pm Tue 17 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Well I for one am looking forward to the new season. Realistically we won't win em all but with the team Bowyer is putting together we'll win a lot more than we lose. That makes the enjoyment all the better. There's nothing worse than losing every week. We had enough of that in the Kean era.
Let's see how our friends down the road fare. Will they enjoy it as much as we do? We'll soon see.
Well I for one am looking forward to the new season. Realistically we won't win em all but with the team Bowyer is putting together we'll win a lot more than we lose. That makes the enjoyment all the better. There's nothing worse than losing every week. We had enough of that in the Kean era. Let's see how our friends down the road fare. Will they enjoy it as much as we do? We'll soon see. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 24

5:36pm Tue 17 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

We're in the Premier League you fool, of course we'll enjoy it.

The question is will you still be enjoying it when your transfer ban comes into force and you have to sell your key players for below market value? I'm guessing you wont.
We're in the Premier League you fool, of course we'll enjoy it. The question is will you still be enjoying it when your transfer ban comes into force and you have to sell your key players for below market value? I'm guessing you wont. Super Claret
  • Score: -20

6:27pm Tue 17 Jun 14

dallydally says...

Super Claret says...

We're in the Premier League you fool, of course we'll enjoy it.

The question is will you still be enjoying it when your transfer ban comes into force and you have to sell your key players for below market value? I'm guessing you wont.

The expectation and reality are two entirely different things which is why the bookies have the Dingles overwhelming favourites to go straight back down
Super Claret says... We're in the Premier League you fool, of course we'll enjoy it. The question is will you still be enjoying it when your transfer ban comes into force and you have to sell your key players for below market value? I'm guessing you wont. The expectation and reality are two entirely different things which is why the bookies have the Dingles overwhelming favourites to go straight back down dallydally
  • Score: 19

6:36pm Tue 17 Jun 14

Super Claret says...

dallydally wrote:
Super Claret says...

We're in the Premier League you fool, of course we'll enjoy it.

The question is will you still be enjoying it when your transfer ban comes into force and you have to sell your key players for below market value? I'm guessing you wont.

The expectation and reality are two entirely different things which is why the bookies have the Dingles overwhelming favourites to go straight back down
From forth favourites for relegation from the Championship to promotion to the Premier League. Expectation and reality, two entirely different things.
[quote][p][bold]dallydally[/bold] wrote: Super Claret says... We're in the Premier League you fool, of course we'll enjoy it. The question is will you still be enjoying it when your transfer ban comes into force and you have to sell your key players for below market value? I'm guessing you wont. The expectation and reality are two entirely different things which is why the bookies have the Dingles overwhelming favourites to go straight back down[/p][/quote]From forth favourites for relegation from the Championship to promotion to the Premier League. Expectation and reality, two entirely different things. Super Claret
  • Score: -15

7:52pm Tue 17 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

I am looking forward to seeing where BFC get their first drubbing, will it be at the turf or will it be away, there is only one thing for sure, it will be massive.
Unless we compliment our dogs of war team with some quality that costs more than 50p the we are down already
I am looking forward to seeing where BFC get their first drubbing, will it be at the turf or will it be away, there is only one thing for sure, it will be massive. Unless we compliment our dogs of war team with some quality that costs more than 50p the we are down already AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: 11

8:49pm Tue 17 Jun 14

Welsh Rover says...

Looking forward to tomorrow as I get to find out what games I will get to see in the forthcoming season. Of course I'd like Rovers to be in the Premier League but one of the upsides of being in the second tier, for me, is that I'll hopefully get to visit some of the grounds which I've never been to before. Crazy Ralph keeps banging on about Brentford away but I hope I'm able to make that game as I'd like to go to Griffin Park. I'm sure I'll enjoy the season, even if I have to trek all the way back from a goalless draw in Middlesbrough.

It still beats forfeiting watching 'my team' struggle against West Brom on the off-chance that 'our rivals' go a goal down against Rotherham and I can be the first to post a comment on their match report... ;)

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Looking forward to tomorrow as I get to find out what games I will get to see in the forthcoming season. Of course I'd like Rovers to be in the Premier League but one of the upsides of being in the second tier, for me, is that I'll hopefully get to visit some of the grounds which I've never been to before. Crazy Ralph keeps banging on about Brentford away but I hope I'm able to make that game as I'd like to go to Griffin Park. I'm sure I'll enjoy the season, even if I have to trek all the way back from a goalless draw in Middlesbrough. It still beats forfeiting watching 'my team' struggle against West Brom on the off-chance that 'our rivals' go a goal down against Rotherham and I can be the first to post a comment on their match report... ;) Dewch Ar Chi Gleision! Welsh Rover
  • Score: 9

8:55am Wed 18 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Well I for one am looking forward to the new season. Realistically we won't win em all but with the team Bowyer is putting together we'll win a lot more than we lose. That makes the enjoyment all the better. There's nothing worse than losing every week. We had enough of that in the Kean era.
Let's see how our friends down the road fare. Will they enjoy it as much as we do? We'll soon see.
On that basis you will really enjoy League one.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: Well I for one am looking forward to the new season. Realistically we won't win em all but with the team Bowyer is putting together we'll win a lot more than we lose. That makes the enjoyment all the better. There's nothing worse than losing every week. We had enough of that in the Kean era. Let's see how our friends down the road fare. Will they enjoy it as much as we do? We'll soon see.[/p][/quote]On that basis you will really enjoy League one. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 0

8:59am Wed 18 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

Welsh Rover wrote:
Looking forward to tomorrow as I get to find out what games I will get to see in the forthcoming season. Of course I'd like Rovers to be in the Premier League but one of the upsides of being in the second tier, for me, is that I'll hopefully get to visit some of the grounds which I've never been to before. Crazy Ralph keeps banging on about Brentford away but I hope I'm able to make that game as I'd like to go to Griffin Park. I'm sure I'll enjoy the season, even if I have to trek all the way back from a goalless draw in Middlesbrough.

It still beats forfeiting watching 'my team' struggle against West Brom on the off-chance that 'our rivals' go a goal down against Rotherham and I can be the first to post a comment on their match report... ;)

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
I have to say it was great last season winning all those games. Especially of course at Ewood and at home aganst Fores,t Derby, QPR, Wigan, Reading etc. But the chance to see many of the world’s top players at Turf Moor is something I am really looking forward to. And I think that Sean Dyche, the best young English manager since Brian Clough, will have the Clarets up for it. Can’t wait.
[quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: Looking forward to tomorrow as I get to find out what games I will get to see in the forthcoming season. Of course I'd like Rovers to be in the Premier League but one of the upsides of being in the second tier, for me, is that I'll hopefully get to visit some of the grounds which I've never been to before. Crazy Ralph keeps banging on about Brentford away but I hope I'm able to make that game as I'd like to go to Griffin Park. I'm sure I'll enjoy the season, even if I have to trek all the way back from a goalless draw in Middlesbrough. It still beats forfeiting watching 'my team' struggle against West Brom on the off-chance that 'our rivals' go a goal down against Rotherham and I can be the first to post a comment on their match report... ;) Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]I have to say it was great last season winning all those games. Especially of course at Ewood and at home aganst Fores,t Derby, QPR, Wigan, Reading etc. But the chance to see many of the world’s top players at Turf Moor is something I am really looking forward to. And I think that Sean Dyche, the best young English manager since Brian Clough, will have the Clarets up for it. Can’t wait. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 1

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