Tim Sherwood: I’d love to see Blackburn Rovers go up to mark anniversary in style

Tim Sherwood

Tim Sherwood

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TIM Sherwood would like nothing more than for Blackburn Rovers to mark the 20th anniversary of the club’s Premiership title triumph than by winning promotion back to the top flight.

But the Rovers legend, the captain of the famous team which won English football’s biggest prize in 1995, has warned the current Ewood Park crop of how hard it will be to get up from the Championship.

“It would be fantastic if they could get up to mark the anniversary,” said Sherwood, who scored 32 goals in 300 appearances in a seven-year spell at the club.

“But it will be tough because that’s how the Championship is. I’ve been there and it is very tough to get out of.

“There has been so much transition at the club and there are only a couple of people in the background there now since I was there.

“But everyone who has ever played for the club, particularly from that successful period of time, wishes it well – and I’m certainly one of them.”

Sherwood was a member of the Rovers squad which won promotion from the old Division Two in 1992.

But the midfielder played only a peripheral role following his move from Norwich City in February of that year and it was not until Kenny Dalglish’s side were promoted to the Premiership that he became its inspiration and driving force.

However Sherwood, who left Rovers for Tottenham Hotspur in 1999, was a key figure of the Portsmouth team that stormed to the old First Division title in 2003.

The former England international believes the key to Pompey’s success was the fact they had goalscorers – they netted 97 times in 46 games – and experience.

And he also advises Rovers that a strong start could be key to their hopes of ending their Premier League exile.

“If you’ve got goalscorers like Blackburn have got, it can make life easier,” said Sherwood.

“But you’ve got to make sure you’re nice and solid too and have the right blend.

“When I was at Portsmouth there was me, Paul Merson, Steve Stone, Hayden Foxe and Gianluca Festa, and we knew we had players on the pitch who could pull us through.

“We got off to a really strong start and in the end we steamrollered it as we had that momentum.”

Sherwood, who is looking to get back into management after leaving Tottenham at the end of last season, was speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph about his memories of the unforgettable 1994-95 campaign.

And he firmly believes a club of Rovers’ size will never repeat their incredible feat of winning the top-flight title again.

“I had seven years there and I enjoyed my most successful times there,” said Sherwood, now 45.

“It will never be repeated what we did – not only by Blackburn but by clubs of Blackburn’s stature.

“I don’t think it will ever be done again.”

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9:22am Mon 7 Jul 14

kfc yummy says...

He's after a job.
He's after a job. kfc yummy
  • Score: -10

9:52am Mon 7 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

LOL

Sounds like someone desperate for a job...

There is only one way this football club is heading.... League One.
LOL Sounds like someone desperate for a job... There is only one way this football club is heading.... League One. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -22

9:53am Mon 7 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -24

9:57am Mon 7 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

"I don't think it will ever be done again"...Sherwood.
It wont, no matter how much money you have or where it came from.
"I don't think it will ever be done again"...Sherwood. It wont, no matter how much money you have or where it came from. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 18

10:01am Mon 7 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Looks like the Dingles are aiming for 17th spot and that will be seen as a success...... hmmm.
Looks like the Dingles are aiming for 17th spot and that will be seen as a success...... hmmm. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 24

10:02am Mon 7 Jul 14

claret777 says...

Nearly choked on me chicken butty when I saw that headline.. ..Sherwood...too cocky for me..maybe if he takes over at deadwood they can call him Tim Sharwood.
Nearly choked on me chicken butty when I saw that headline.. ..Sherwood...too cocky for me..maybe if he takes over at deadwood they can call him Tim Sharwood. claret777
  • Score: -7

10:27am Mon 7 Jul 14

Rovertheedge says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
And what a magnificent job you have done in staying there!!!
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]And what a magnificent job you have done in staying there!!! Rovertheedge
  • Score: 16

10:32am Mon 7 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
And what a magnificent job you have done in staying there!!!
Agreed, "bigger and better" but couldn't hack it in the Prem. Bigger and better only in their tiny minds.
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]And what a magnificent job you have done in staying there!!![/p][/quote]Agreed, "bigger and better" but couldn't hack it in the Prem. Bigger and better only in their tiny minds. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 14

10:38am Mon 7 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
And what a magnificent job you have done in staying there!!!
Agreed, "bigger and better" but couldn't hack it in the Prem. Bigger and better only in their tiny minds.
23 points better and in a bigger league, make your own judgements.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]And what a magnificent job you have done in staying there!!![/p][/quote]Agreed, "bigger and better" but couldn't hack it in the Prem. Bigger and better only in their tiny minds.[/p][/quote]23 points better and in a bigger league, make your own judgements. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -12

10:38am Mon 7 Jul 14

MatthewCA says...

Support is good, let us prepare for the best in this season

GB is No.1, Sherwood can wait for his chance.
Support is good, let us prepare for the best in this season GB is No.1, Sherwood can wait for his chance. MatthewCA
  • Score: 11

10:45am Mon 7 Jul 14

jack went up says...

was a good player and will do ok as a manger , but I think he bit off a lot more than he could chew at Spurs. Theres a huge difference in managing a club just looking to take part and one looking to win things.
was a good player and will do ok as a manger , but I think he bit off a lot more than he could chew at Spurs. Theres a huge difference in managing a club just looking to take part and one looking to win things. jack went up
  • Score: 10

10:47am Mon 7 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods
chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ?
one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ? one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league jim 2012
  • Score: 11

10:50am Mon 7 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods
chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ?
one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league
And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship.

Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ? one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league[/p][/quote]And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship. Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -3

10:51am Mon 7 Jul 14

footballninjah says...

Sherwood needs to learn when to say nothing, we have a reduced squad quality and the FFP are kicking in. Talk of promotion this season is stupid and the proper fans know that
Sherwood needs to learn when to say nothing, we have a reduced squad quality and the FFP are kicking in. Talk of promotion this season is stupid and the proper fans know that footballninjah
  • Score: -9

10:55am Mon 7 Jul 14

jimluftas says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL

Sounds like someone desperate for a job...

There is only one way this football club is heading.... League One.
If that was even a realistic prediction then people might not think you were such an idiot. This story has zero relevance to you, your club or your sad little life. Maybe in 20 years there will be an interview with ings about burnleys glory year when they almost stayed in the prem for consecutive seasons. I for one won't be reading it.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL Sounds like someone desperate for a job... There is only one way this football club is heading.... League One.[/p][/quote]If that was even a realistic prediction then people might not think you were such an idiot. This story has zero relevance to you, your club or your sad little life. Maybe in 20 years there will be an interview with ings about burnleys glory year when they almost stayed in the prem for consecutive seasons. I for one won't be reading it. jimluftas
  • Score: 20

10:56am Mon 7 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

jack went up wrote:
was a good player and will do ok as a manger , but I think he bit off a lot more than he could chew at Spurs. Theres a huge difference in managing a club just looking to take part and one looking to win things.
Yes and tha's why managers are sacked left, right and center at ambitious clubs, as Sherwood was.
[quote][p][bold]jack went up[/bold] wrote: was a good player and will do ok as a manger , but I think he bit off a lot more than he could chew at Spurs. Theres a huge difference in managing a club just looking to take part and one looking to win things.[/p][/quote]Yes and tha's why managers are sacked left, right and center at ambitious clubs, as Sherwood was. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 11

10:57am Mon 7 Jul 14

jimluftas says...

footballninjah wrote:
Sherwood needs to learn when to say nothing, we have a reduced squad quality and the FFP are kicking in. Talk of promotion this season is stupid and the proper fans know that
Seriously? So we nearly made the play-offs last year but with a more settled, experienced squad we have no chance? Utter garbage.
[quote][p][bold]footballninjah[/bold] wrote: Sherwood needs to learn when to say nothing, we have a reduced squad quality and the FFP are kicking in. Talk of promotion this season is stupid and the proper fans know that[/p][/quote]Seriously? So we nearly made the play-offs last year but with a more settled, experienced squad we have no chance? Utter garbage. jimluftas
  • Score: 10

10:57am Mon 7 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

TENTH favourites??

LOL
TENTH favourites?? LOL Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -8

11:06am Mon 7 Jul 14

jimluftas says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
TENTH favourites??

LOL
You of all fans should know that pre-season odds mean naff all. Too blinkered and brain dead though to state the obvious.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: TENTH favourites?? LOL[/p][/quote]You of all fans should know that pre-season odds mean naff all. Too blinkered and brain dead though to state the obvious. jimluftas
  • Score: 10

11:22am Mon 7 Jul 14

I am the voice of my own god says...

Sorry Tim, perhaps in another 20 years this might be on the agenda at deadwood, when they have done a Luton perhaps, and sunk lower then whale sh*t. I don't really laugh anymore at my Blackburn and the deluded support, I now almost pity them...........sad really. when they all start conversations with "remember when"
Sorry Tim, perhaps in another 20 years this might be on the agenda at deadwood, when they have done a Luton perhaps, and sunk lower then whale sh*t. I don't really laugh anymore at my Blackburn and the deluded support, I now almost pity them...........sad really. when they all start conversations with "remember when" I am the voice of my own god
  • Score: -12

11:27am Mon 7 Jul 14

Summer18 says...

Interesting article from Tim....I think he would make a good Rovers manager..http://roya
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Interesting article from Tim....I think he would make a good Rovers manager..http://roya lestones.co.uk/index .php?route=common/ho me Summer18
  • Score: -5

11:37am Mon 7 Jul 14

jack went up says...

footballninjah wrote:
Sherwood needs to learn when to say nothing, we have a reduced squad quality and the FFP are kicking in. Talk of promotion this season is stupid and the proper fans know that
should nt that be you not we , really strange how all these new user names turn up when certain other people are on.
[quote][p][bold]footballninjah[/bold] wrote: Sherwood needs to learn when to say nothing, we have a reduced squad quality and the FFP are kicking in. Talk of promotion this season is stupid and the proper fans know that[/p][/quote]should nt that be you not we , really strange how all these new user names turn up when certain other people are on. jack went up
  • Score: 10

12:30pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

"Premier League sides Newcastle United and Everton are both set to table bids for Blackburn Rovers striker Jordan Rhodes this week.

Both clubs are in need of a striker, with Everton keen to replace the departed Romelu Lukaku, and Newcastle keen to bring in a permanent striker rather than depending on loan deals.

And Everton manager Roberto Martinez has viewed the striker as a replacement for Lukaku, who returned to parent club Chelsea in late May.

Rhodes enjoyed yet another prolific season at Blackburn, having netted another 25 League goals, having scored 51 goals in total for Rovers in his two seasons since signing from Huddersfield Town in 2012.

The striker, who represents Scotland at international level, made his name at Huddersfield, having notched 74 goals in 131 league appearances for the Terriers, and helped them win promotion to the Championship in the May of 2012.

Both Everton and Newcastle may need to break the bank in order to convince Rovers to sell their prized man, with Blackburn setting a £10 million price tag upon Rhodes.

Rhodes was subject of an £8 million interest from recently relegated Norwich City earlier this week.

Blackburn Rovers are in a catch 22 situation, with Rhodes keen to test himself at the highest level of the English game, after proving his worth in the second and third tier."


I told you he was after a move. At least Bowyer has pre-empted his departure by signing two proven goals scorers in Varney and Brown... oh hang on a minute......
"Premier League sides Newcastle United and Everton are both set to table bids for Blackburn Rovers striker Jordan Rhodes this week. Both clubs are in need of a striker, with Everton keen to replace the departed Romelu Lukaku, and Newcastle keen to bring in a permanent striker rather than depending on loan deals. And Everton manager Roberto Martinez has viewed the striker as a replacement for Lukaku, who returned to parent club Chelsea in late May. Rhodes enjoyed yet another prolific season at Blackburn, having netted another 25 League goals, having scored 51 goals in total for Rovers in his two seasons since signing from Huddersfield Town in 2012. The striker, who represents Scotland at international level, made his name at Huddersfield, having notched 74 goals in 131 league appearances for the Terriers, and helped them win promotion to the Championship in the May of 2012. Both Everton and Newcastle may need to break the bank in order to convince Rovers to sell their prized man, with Blackburn setting a £10 million price tag upon Rhodes. Rhodes was subject of an £8 million interest from recently relegated Norwich City earlier this week. Blackburn Rovers are in a catch 22 situation, with Rhodes keen to test himself at the highest level of the English game, after proving his worth in the second and third tier." I told you he was after a move. At least Bowyer has pre-empted his departure by signing two proven goals scorers in Varney and Brown... oh hang on a minute...... Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -12

12:33pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

"Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star.

Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star.

It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected.

That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on.

The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009.

Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return.

Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town.

Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo.

Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds."


There's no smoke without fire.....
"Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star. Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star. It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected. That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on. The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009. Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return. Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town. Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo. Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds." There's no smoke without fire..... Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -9

12:44pm Mon 7 Jul 14

jimluftas says...

What a sad, tedious man. You really are a waste of life. Rhodes is no longer our best player, and a fee well over £10 million would allow us to replace him.
What a sad, tedious man. You really are a waste of life. Rhodes is no longer our best player, and a fee well over £10 million would allow us to replace him. jimluftas
  • Score: 11

12:54pm Mon 7 Jul 14

slants says...

the jibbles are going nowhere
the jibbles are going nowhere slants
  • Score: -11

12:57pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Maxrus says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
"Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star. Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star. It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected. That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on. The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009. Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return. Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town. Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo. Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds." There's no smoke without fire.....
Better get that head in a bucket of water then.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: "Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star. Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star. It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected. That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on. The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009. Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return. Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town. Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo. Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds." There's no smoke without fire.....[/p][/quote]Better get that head in a bucket of water then. Maxrus
  • Score: 8

12:58pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

Just two minor points...


1. "Rhodes is no longer our best player"

A player who you signed for £8m and pay £40,000 a week until 2017 (a contract worth a staggering £10.4m in wages alone), a player who's goals have single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running... and he is not your best player?


2. "a fee well over £10 million would allow us to replace him."

There is a new ruling called Financial Fair Play that has been brought in to ensure that a club only spends what it earns. Your losses for the last financial year amounted to £36.5m, on top of this you have also to cover an additional £8m deficit from the reduction in parachute payments in 2014/15, therefore you will not be able to spend any of the money received for Rhodes. Additionally you also owe Huddersfield Town £4m of the original transfer fee and will have to pay them a fifth of any profit made.

Let's say Rhodes goes for £10m.Of the £10m Blackburn receive, £4m goes straight to Huddersfield Town with a further £400,000 representing the 20% sell-on clause. In other words Blackburn Rovers will receive just £5.6m for Jordan Rhodes. Think about it.

What a shambles.
Just two minor points... 1. "Rhodes is no longer our best player" A player who you signed for £8m and pay £40,000 a week until 2017 (a contract worth a staggering £10.4m in wages alone), a player who's goals have single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running... and he is not your best player? 2. "a fee well over £10 million would allow us to replace him." There is a new ruling called Financial Fair Play that has been brought in to ensure that a club only spends what it earns. Your losses for the last financial year amounted to £36.5m, on top of this you have also to cover an additional £8m deficit from the reduction in parachute payments in 2014/15, therefore you will not be able to spend any of the money received for Rhodes. Additionally you also owe Huddersfield Town £4m of the original transfer fee and will have to pay them a fifth of any profit made. Let's say Rhodes goes for £10m.Of the £10m Blackburn receive, £4m goes straight to Huddersfield Town with a further £400,000 representing the 20% sell-on clause. In other words Blackburn Rovers will receive just £5.6m for Jordan Rhodes. Think about it. What a shambles. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -5

12:59pm Mon 7 Jul 14

cedar67 says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
"Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star. Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star. It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected. That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on. The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009. Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return. Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town. Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo. Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds." There's no smoke without fire.....
You're sad !
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: "Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star. Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star. It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected. That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on. The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009. Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return. Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town. Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo. Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds." There's no smoke without fire.....[/p][/quote]You're sad ! cedar67
  • Score: 10

1:00pm Mon 7 Jul 14

jack went up says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
"Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star.

Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star.

It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected.

That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on.

The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009.

Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return.

Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town.

Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo.

Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds."


There's no smoke without fire.....
I think in your case there is a lot of smoke going on
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: "Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star. Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star. It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected. That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on. The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009. Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return. Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town. Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo. Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds." There's no smoke without fire.....[/p][/quote]I think in your case there is a lot of smoke going on jack went up
  • Score: 12

1:10pm Mon 7 Jul 14

jussy1307 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods
chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ?
one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league
And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship.

Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons.
And dingle, s odds on favourites to go down so whats your point kh
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ? one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league[/p][/quote]And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship. Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons.[/p][/quote]And dingle, s odds on favourites to go down so whats your point kh jussy1307
  • Score: 8

1:39pm Mon 7 Jul 14

carltondry says...

Rovers have slipped to tenth for promotion but Burnley still remain 4/7 to be relegated, what a success well done Clarets for standing firm !! look forward to your taunting of us when your odds get better and you become re hot favourites at 1/10 to go down.
If that's your best then give me strength !!
Rovers have slipped to tenth for promotion but Burnley still remain 4/7 to be relegated, what a success well done Clarets for standing firm !! look forward to your taunting of us when your odds get better and you become re hot favourites at 1/10 to go down. If that's your best then give me strength !! carltondry
  • Score: 8

1:55pm Mon 7 Jul 14

GAZHAY says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Just two minor points...


1. "Rhodes is no longer our best player"

A player who you signed for £8m and pay £40,000 a week until 2017 (a contract worth a staggering £10.4m in wages alone), a player who's goals have single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running... and he is not your best player?


2. "a fee well over £10 million would allow us to replace him."

There is a new ruling called Financial Fair Play that has been brought in to ensure that a club only spends what it earns. Your losses for the last financial year amounted to £36.5m, on top of this you have also to cover an additional £8m deficit from the reduction in parachute payments in 2014/15, therefore you will not be able to spend any of the money received for Rhodes. Additionally you also owe Huddersfield Town £4m of the original transfer fee and will have to pay them a fifth of any profit made.

Let's say Rhodes goes for £10m.Of the £10m Blackburn receive, £4m goes straight to Huddersfield Town with a further £400,000 representing the 20% sell-on clause. In other words Blackburn Rovers will receive just £5.6m for Jordan Rhodes. Think about it.

What a shambles.
Get a life you bell!!!!

Really not interested in you deluded posts!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Just two minor points... 1. "Rhodes is no longer our best player" A player who you signed for £8m and pay £40,000 a week until 2017 (a contract worth a staggering £10.4m in wages alone), a player who's goals have single handedly kept you in the Championship for two seasons running... and he is not your best player? 2. "a fee well over £10 million would allow us to replace him." There is a new ruling called Financial Fair Play that has been brought in to ensure that a club only spends what it earns. Your losses for the last financial year amounted to £36.5m, on top of this you have also to cover an additional £8m deficit from the reduction in parachute payments in 2014/15, therefore you will not be able to spend any of the money received for Rhodes. Additionally you also owe Huddersfield Town £4m of the original transfer fee and will have to pay them a fifth of any profit made. Let's say Rhodes goes for £10m.Of the £10m Blackburn receive, £4m goes straight to Huddersfield Town with a further £400,000 representing the 20% sell-on clause. In other words Blackburn Rovers will receive just £5.6m for Jordan Rhodes. Think about it. What a shambles.[/p][/quote]Get a life you bell!!!! Really not interested in you deluded posts!!!! GAZHAY
  • Score: 11

2:25pm Mon 7 Jul 14

WheresYourFamousSuicide? says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
"Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star.

Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star.

It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected.

That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on.

The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009.

Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return.

Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town.

Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo.

Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds."


There's no smoke without fire.....
And Burnley have signed... Nobodies...
Worry about Ings before you comment on Rhodes, you know, the same Rhodes that constantly states he loves it at Blackburn. Never heard Ings say that about life at the Turd...
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: "Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star. Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star. It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected. That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on. The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009. Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return. Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town. Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo. Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds." There's no smoke without fire.....[/p][/quote]And Burnley have signed... Nobodies... Worry about Ings before you comment on Rhodes, you know, the same Rhodes that constantly states he loves it at Blackburn. Never heard Ings say that about life at the Turd... WheresYourFamousSuicide?
  • Score: 8

2:29pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

Looks like reality is going to bite hard for the no-dads now that the writing is on the wall regarding Jordan Rhodes... £5.6million is all that will be received from a £10m transfer and a total of £zero will be made available to Bowyer.

I told you a long time ago... Varney is Rhodes replacement. Chris Brown has been brought in as a backup to Varney and will have been assured first team football in the likely event of Blackburn Rovers transfer listing Rudy Gestede in January when FFP starts swinging right hooks.

It's all crystal clear.
Looks like reality is going to bite hard for the no-dads now that the writing is on the wall regarding Jordan Rhodes... £5.6million is all that will be received from a £10m transfer and a total of £zero will be made available to Bowyer. I told you a long time ago... Varney is Rhodes replacement. Chris Brown has been brought in as a backup to Varney and will have been assured first team football in the likely event of Blackburn Rovers transfer listing Rudy Gestede in January when FFP starts swinging right hooks. It's all crystal clear. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -7

2:52pm Mon 7 Jul 14

realisticrover says...

Ha ha, it made me laugh when I heard Burnley had signed Matty Taylor from Sam Allardyce and then today Steven Reid.
The guy that comes on here going on about "agent Kean" must be cringing a bit!!
Theyve been sold a 'never quite has been' by our ex manager and will be paying him big wages, then Steven Reid cant get in the west brom team, but he too will be picking up big wages in true Danny Murphy style - Burnley didnt learn from our mistakes!!
Ha ha, it made me laugh when I heard Burnley had signed Matty Taylor from Sam Allardyce and then today Steven Reid. The guy that comes on here going on about "agent Kean" must be cringing a bit!! Theyve been sold a 'never quite has been' by our ex manager and will be paying him big wages, then Steven Reid cant get in the west brom team, but he too will be picking up big wages in true Danny Murphy style - Burnley didnt learn from our mistakes!! realisticrover
  • Score: 12

2:55pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Rovertheedge says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
And what a magnificent job you have done in staying there!!!
Agreed, "bigger and better" but couldn't hack it in the Prem. Bigger and better only in their tiny minds.
23 points better and in a bigger league, make your own judgements.
The point was, you have done great in staying there.....1 season and back down, 1 more season and prob back done!

terrible efforts
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]And what a magnificent job you have done in staying there!!![/p][/quote]Agreed, "bigger and better" but couldn't hack it in the Prem. Bigger and better only in their tiny minds.[/p][/quote]23 points better and in a bigger league, make your own judgements.[/p][/quote]The point was, you have done great in staying there.....1 season and back down, 1 more season and prob back done! terrible efforts Rovertheedge
  • Score: 11

2:56pm Mon 7 Jul 14

unclejacklegend says...

What do you mean? Ste Reid and Matt Taylor are great players...........is what we would be saying if this was 2005.
What do you mean? Ste Reid and Matt Taylor are great players...........is what we would be saying if this was 2005. unclejacklegend
  • Score: 11

3:01pm Mon 7 Jul 14

noddy57 says...

Cor blimey ! there are some real numpties on here lately,,,its a shame them deluded dingles are destined to return to their rightful place at the end of the season just when we reclaim our birthright .COYB.
Cor blimey ! there are some real numpties on here lately,,,its a shame them deluded dingles are destined to return to their rightful place at the end of the season just when we reclaim our birthright .COYB. noddy57
  • Score: 8

3:08pm Mon 7 Jul 14

I am the voice of my own god says...

I will have a pint of what you are having....no longer your best player????? by a country mile he is your best player, and the only asset of note you have left. typical rovers fan, you know he is off, so you start to talk him down already trying to convince yourself that you can still get promotion without him.......you lot really do deserve what you get.
I hope he walks outof deadwood with his back to you flipping you the middle finger.
I will have a pint of what you are having....no longer your best player????? by a country mile he is your best player, and the only asset of note you have left. typical rovers fan, you know he is off, so you start to talk him down already trying to convince yourself that you can still get promotion without him.......you lot really do deserve what you get. I hope he walks outof deadwood with his back to you flipping you the middle finger. I am the voice of my own god
  • Score: -9

3:11pm Mon 7 Jul 14

rovers666 says...

Just thought i'd buck the trend & actually post a comment from a Rovers fan.

As a supporter since well before Dalglish (I was there Plymouth 5-2 Dalglish 1st game in charge) - I wouldn't class Sherwood as a rovers legend. Fair enough he was captain of the championship winning side - but he caused significant disruption under Hodgson, left under a bit of a cloud and has since shown no real affinity to the club. Most Rovers fans are ambivalent to him.

When interviewed - he always refers to the rovers as "them", etc - seems to me to be a die in the wool southerner who only came up north for the money & to get a game. Happened to be in the right place at the right time.

Finally - I for one wish burnley every success in the prem. Irrelevant of local rivalries - things always ebb & flow and it's important to enjoy your time when things are going well.
Just thought i'd buck the trend & actually post a comment from a Rovers fan. As a supporter since well before Dalglish (I was there Plymouth 5-2 Dalglish 1st game in charge) - I wouldn't class Sherwood as a rovers legend. Fair enough he was captain of the championship winning side - but he caused significant disruption under Hodgson, left under a bit of a cloud and has since shown no real affinity to the club. Most Rovers fans are ambivalent to him. When interviewed - he always refers to the rovers as "them", etc - seems to me to be a die in the wool southerner who only came up north for the money & to get a game. Happened to be in the right place at the right time. Finally - I for one wish burnley every success in the prem. Irrelevant of local rivalries - things always ebb & flow and it's important to enjoy your time when things are going well. rovers666
  • Score: 14

3:18pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Pembina says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Looks like reality is going to bite hard for the no-dads now that the writing is on the wall regarding Jordan Rhodes... £5.6million is all that will be received from a £10m transfer and a total of £zero will be made available to Bowyer.

I told you a long time ago... Varney is Rhodes replacement. Chris Brown has been brought in as a backup to Varney and will have been assured first team football in the likely event of Blackburn Rovers transfer listing Rudy Gestede in January when FFP starts swinging right hooks.

It's all crystal clear.
Does your mother know you wrote this garbage?
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Looks like reality is going to bite hard for the no-dads now that the writing is on the wall regarding Jordan Rhodes... £5.6million is all that will be received from a £10m transfer and a total of £zero will be made available to Bowyer. I told you a long time ago... Varney is Rhodes replacement. Chris Brown has been brought in as a backup to Varney and will have been assured first team football in the likely event of Blackburn Rovers transfer listing Rudy Gestede in January when FFP starts swinging right hooks. It's all crystal clear.[/p][/quote]Does your mother know you wrote this garbage? Pembina
  • Score: 9

3:23pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Rovertheedge wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
And what a magnificent job you have done in staying there!!!
Agreed, "bigger and better" but couldn't hack it in the Prem. Bigger and better only in their tiny minds.
23 points better and in a bigger league, make your own judgements.
The point was, you have done great in staying there.....1 season and back down, 1 more season and prob back done!

terrible efforts
And yet the Former Premier League Champions Blackburn haven't even troubled the top six for the last two seasons, and you were all forced to watch their biggest rivals Burnley smash all before them as they accumulated a massive 93 points - how did that make you feel? Did it make you cry? I bet it did

Did you also cry on March 9th? I bet you did.
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]And what a magnificent job you have done in staying there!!![/p][/quote]Agreed, "bigger and better" but couldn't hack it in the Prem. Bigger and better only in their tiny minds.[/p][/quote]23 points better and in a bigger league, make your own judgements.[/p][/quote]The point was, you have done great in staying there.....1 season and back down, 1 more season and prob back done! terrible efforts[/p][/quote]And yet the Former Premier League Champions Blackburn haven't even troubled the top six for the last two seasons, and you were all forced to watch their biggest rivals Burnley smash all before them as they accumulated a massive 93 points - how did that make you feel? Did it make you cry? I bet it did Did you also cry on March 9th? I bet you did. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -5

3:35pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

On March the 9th 2014 the Blackburn with Darwen sewage system was overloaded with a quantity of effluence the likes of which have never been seen before... Blackburn Rovers supporters were reported to have suffered a rare bout of communal squeaky bum after defeat at home to Burnley FC as the toilets of Shadsworth and the surrounding slums were visited on average once every 3 seconds in the immediate aftermath of said defeat.


Blackburn Rovers fans........ suffering uncontrollable bowel evacuations since the 9th of March 2014.
On March the 9th 2014 the Blackburn with Darwen sewage system was overloaded with a quantity of effluence the likes of which have never been seen before... Blackburn Rovers supporters were reported to have suffered a rare bout of communal squeaky bum after defeat at home to Burnley FC as the toilets of Shadsworth and the surrounding slums were visited on average once every 3 seconds in the immediate aftermath of said defeat. Blackburn Rovers fans........ suffering uncontrollable bowel evacuations since the 9th of March 2014. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -3

3:42pm Mon 7 Jul 14

jack went up says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
On March the 9th 2014 the Blackburn with Darwen sewage system was overloaded with a quantity of effluence the likes of which have never been seen before... Blackburn Rovers supporters were reported to have suffered a rare bout of communal squeaky bum after defeat at home to Burnley FC as the toilets of Shadsworth and the surrounding slums were visited on average once every 3 seconds in the immediate aftermath of said defeat.


Blackburn Rovers fans........ suffering uncontrollable bowel evacuations since the 9th of March 2014.
Whats your obsession with shadsworth,
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: On March the 9th 2014 the Blackburn with Darwen sewage system was overloaded with a quantity of effluence the likes of which have never been seen before... Blackburn Rovers supporters were reported to have suffered a rare bout of communal squeaky bum after defeat at home to Burnley FC as the toilets of Shadsworth and the surrounding slums were visited on average once every 3 seconds in the immediate aftermath of said defeat. Blackburn Rovers fans........ suffering uncontrollable bowel evacuations since the 9th of March 2014.[/p][/quote]Whats your obsession with shadsworth, jack went up
  • Score: 7

3:45pm Mon 7 Jul 14

dangerous dave says...

daily mirror - rhodes after a pay increase because he is not being allowed to join Norwich who are supposed to have offered £8m for him!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
daily mirror - rhodes after a pay increase because he is not being allowed to join Norwich who are supposed to have offered £8m for him!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS dangerous dave
  • Score: 0

3:53pm Mon 7 Jul 14

mjp 53 says...

It was early Sunday morning and Tim Sherwoods wife gave him a sharp nudge and said wake up Tim it sounded like you were having a bad dream.
It was early Sunday morning and Tim Sherwoods wife gave him a sharp nudge and said wake up Tim it sounded like you were having a bad dream. mjp 53
  • Score: -2

3:56pm Mon 7 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
"Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star.

Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star.

It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected.

That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on.

The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009.

Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return.

Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town.

Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo.

Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds."


There's no smoke without fire.....
AND
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: "Huddersfield Town keeping tabs on Jordan Rhodes transfer speculation after Blackburn Rovers striker was linked with a Norwich City offer. The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star. Huddersfield will be keeping close tabs on old boy Jordan Rhodes’ situation at Blackburn amid reports Rovers have slapped a £10m price tag on the goalscoring star. It’s claimed the 24-year-old has requested a pay rise after an £8m bid from Norwich was rejected. That’s the fee Blackburn paid Town two years ago, with the John Smith’s Stadium club due to pocket a fifth of any profit made should he be sold on. The Scotland international has netted 53 times for Rovers and is under contract until 2017. Rhodes notched 87 goals in three seasons at Town after moving from Ipswich in a £400,000 deal in 2009. Norwich, who will benefit from parachute payments after relegation from the Premier League, are desperate to make a quick return. Any transfer to the Norfolk club would add to the woe of fans of arch-rivals Ipswich, who were strongly against his move to Town. Norwich have already signed two frontmen this summer – Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth and Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty from Palermo. Blackburn have also brought in two frontmen, Chris Brown from Doncaster, and Luke Varney, who had a spell on loan last season, from Leeds." There's no smoke without fire.....[/p][/quote]AND jim 2012
  • Score: -2

4:15pm Mon 7 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods
chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ?
one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league
And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship.

Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons.
I WOULD RATHER BE TENTH favourites for Promotion
than be 4/7 to be relegated from premier league
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ? one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league[/p][/quote]And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship. Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons.[/p][/quote]I WOULD RATHER BE TENTH favourites for Promotion than be 4/7 to be relegated from premier league jim 2012
  • Score: 3

4:16pm Mon 7 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods
chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ?
one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league
And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship.

Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons.
I WOULD RATHER BE TENTH favourites for Promotion
than be 4/7 to be relegated from premier league
HAPPY DAYS
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ? one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league[/p][/quote]And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship. Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons.[/p][/quote]I WOULD RATHER BE TENTH favourites for Promotion than be 4/7 to be relegated from premier league[/p][/quote]HAPPY DAYS jim 2012
  • Score: 4

4:16pm Mon 7 Jul 14

WheresYourFamousSuicide? says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
On March the 9th 2014 the Blackburn with Darwen sewage system was overloaded with a quantity of effluence the likes of which have never been seen before... Blackburn Rovers supporters were reported to have suffered a rare bout of communal squeaky bum after defeat at home to Burnley FC as the toilets of Shadsworth and the surrounding slums were visited on average once every 3 seconds in the immediate aftermath of said defeat.


Blackburn Rovers fans........ suffering uncontrollable bowel evacuations since the 9th of March 2014.
Yeah, beating your bitter rivals once every 35 years is cause for celebration.
Should have had a parade...
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: On March the 9th 2014 the Blackburn with Darwen sewage system was overloaded with a quantity of effluence the likes of which have never been seen before... Blackburn Rovers supporters were reported to have suffered a rare bout of communal squeaky bum after defeat at home to Burnley FC as the toilets of Shadsworth and the surrounding slums were visited on average once every 3 seconds in the immediate aftermath of said defeat. Blackburn Rovers fans........ suffering uncontrollable bowel evacuations since the 9th of March 2014.[/p][/quote]Yeah, beating your bitter rivals once every 35 years is cause for celebration. Should have had a parade... WheresYourFamousSuicide?
  • Score: 8

4:20pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

LOL @ the no-dad who'd prefer be TENTH favourite for promotion to the Premier League as opposed to being IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE trying to stay there!

You just couldn't make up the nonsense that these horse whispering degenerates come out with... truly the words of supporters who have been put through the wringer in recent seasons and have no hope remaining.. I pity the fools.

Burnley FC are Premier League.
LOL @ the no-dad who'd prefer be TENTH favourite for promotion to the Premier League as opposed to being IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE trying to stay there! You just couldn't make up the nonsense that these horse whispering degenerates come out with... truly the words of supporters who have been put through the wringer in recent seasons and have no hope remaining.. I pity the fools. Burnley FC are Premier League. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -2

4:26pm Mon 7 Jul 14

A Darener says...

WheresYourFamousSuic
ide?
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
On March the 9th 2014 the Blackburn with Darwen sewage system was overloaded with a quantity of effluence the likes of which have never been seen before... Blackburn Rovers supporters were reported to have suffered a rare bout of communal squeaky bum after defeat at home to Burnley FC as the toilets of Shadsworth and the surrounding slums were visited on average once every 3 seconds in the immediate aftermath of said defeat.


Blackburn Rovers fans........ suffering uncontrollable bowel evacuations since the 9th of March 2014.
Yeah, beating your bitter rivals once every 35 years is cause for celebration.
Should have had a parade...
They did but nobody turned up!
[quote][p][bold]WheresYourFamousSuic ide?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: On March the 9th 2014 the Blackburn with Darwen sewage system was overloaded with a quantity of effluence the likes of which have never been seen before... Blackburn Rovers supporters were reported to have suffered a rare bout of communal squeaky bum after defeat at home to Burnley FC as the toilets of Shadsworth and the surrounding slums were visited on average once every 3 seconds in the immediate aftermath of said defeat. Blackburn Rovers fans........ suffering uncontrollable bowel evacuations since the 9th of March 2014.[/p][/quote]Yeah, beating your bitter rivals once every 35 years is cause for celebration. Should have had a parade...[/p][/quote]They did but nobody turned up! A Darener
  • Score: 5

4:27pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods
chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ?
one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league
And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship.

Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons.
I WOULD RATHER BE TENTH favourites for Promotion
than be 4/7 to be relegated from premier league
Hang on what?

Let me get this straight, what you are actually saying is that you would prefer to be in THE CHAMPIONSHIP than in THE PREMIER LEAGUE?

Deluded Blackburn no-dad nonsense, run along now fool.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ? one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league[/p][/quote]And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship. Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons.[/p][/quote]I WOULD RATHER BE TENTH favourites for Promotion than be 4/7 to be relegated from premier league[/p][/quote]Hang on what? Let me get this straight, what you are actually saying is that you would prefer to be in THE CHAMPIONSHIP than in THE PREMIER LEAGUE? Deluded Blackburn no-dad nonsense, run along now fool. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -1

4:31pm Mon 7 Jul 14

WheresYourFamousSuicide? says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL @ the no-dad who'd prefer be TENTH favourite for promotion to the Premier League as opposed to being IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE trying to stay there!

You just couldn't make up the nonsense that these horse whispering degenerates come out with... truly the words of supporters who have been put through the wringer in recent seasons and have no hope remaining.. I pity the fools.

Burnley FC are Premier League.
Look Up Blackburn
Super Clarets
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
JWID
Claret777

All one person, one sad person obsessed with all things Rovers
Ironically its us that you pity...
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL @ the no-dad who'd prefer be TENTH favourite for promotion to the Premier League as opposed to being IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE trying to stay there! You just couldn't make up the nonsense that these horse whispering degenerates come out with... truly the words of supporters who have been put through the wringer in recent seasons and have no hope remaining.. I pity the fools. Burnley FC are Premier League.[/p][/quote]Look Up Blackburn Super Clarets Chuck Norris' Roundhouse JWID Claret777 All one person, one sad person obsessed with all things Rovers Ironically its us that you pity... WheresYourFamousSuicide?
  • Score: 7

4:34pm Mon 7 Jul 14

WheresYourFamousSuicide? says...

A Darener wrote:
WheresYourFamousSuic

ide?
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
On March the 9th 2014 the Blackburn with Darwen sewage system was overloaded with a quantity of effluence the likes of which have never been seen before... Blackburn Rovers supporters were reported to have suffered a rare bout of communal squeaky bum after defeat at home to Burnley FC as the toilets of Shadsworth and the surrounding slums were visited on average once every 3 seconds in the immediate aftermath of said defeat.


Blackburn Rovers fans........ suffering uncontrollable bowel evacuations since the 9th of March 2014.
Yeah, beating your bitter rivals once every 35 years is cause for celebration.
Should have had a parade...
They did but nobody turned up!
They were probably pubes deep in their sisters to notice :-)
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WheresYourFamousSuic ide?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: On March the 9th 2014 the Blackburn with Darwen sewage system was overloaded with a quantity of effluence the likes of which have never been seen before... Blackburn Rovers supporters were reported to have suffered a rare bout of communal squeaky bum after defeat at home to Burnley FC as the toilets of Shadsworth and the surrounding slums were visited on average once every 3 seconds in the immediate aftermath of said defeat. Blackburn Rovers fans........ suffering uncontrollable bowel evacuations since the 9th of March 2014.[/p][/quote]Yeah, beating your bitter rivals once every 35 years is cause for celebration. Should have had a parade...[/p][/quote]They did but nobody turned up![/p][/quote]They were probably pubes deep in their sisters to notice :-) WheresYourFamousSuicide?
  • Score: 2

4:39pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win...

We beat you...

on your own patch
after giving you a one-goal head start
after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup
after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy.
with only 17 minutes left to play
and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you
AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER!
and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits
and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes
and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's
and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot.

We went up and we did have a parade.

What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.
It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win... We beat you... on your own patch after giving you a one-goal head start after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy. with only 17 minutes left to play and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER! and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot. We went up and we did have a parade. What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 1

4:47pm Mon 7 Jul 14

BlueSkies says...

Wow, the Troll is hyper-ventilating today.

COYB.
Wow, the Troll is hyper-ventilating today. COYB. BlueSkies
  • Score: 5

4:53pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Pembina says...

dangerous dave wrote:
daily mirror - rhodes after a pay increase because he is not being allowed to join Norwich who are supposed to have offered £8m for him!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
What a strange post - I was at Ewood the other day and not one cowboy or Indian was anywhere to be seen. I know its early but bedtime for you now Dave and take the cowboys and Indians with you.
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: daily mirror - rhodes after a pay increase because he is not being allowed to join Norwich who are supposed to have offered £8m for him!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]What a strange post - I was at Ewood the other day and not one cowboy or Indian was anywhere to be seen. I know its early but bedtime for you now Dave and take the cowboys and Indians with you. Pembina
  • Score: 0

4:58pm Mon 7 Jul 14

WheresYourFamousSuicide? says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win...

We beat you...

on your own patch
after giving you a one-goal head start
after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup
after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy.
with only 17 minutes left to play
and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you
AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER!
and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits
and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes
and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's
and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot.

We went up and we did have a parade.

What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.
As long as everyone forgets everything pre-2014 all is okay in DingleLand.
The 'unfair' advantage of Jack Walkers money clearly affects you.
For us, it gave us great moments, and one afternoon in March isn't going to change that!
Enjoy your premier league football, try and get more than 30 points this time :-)
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win... We beat you... on your own patch after giving you a one-goal head start after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy. with only 17 minutes left to play and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER! and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot. We went up and we did have a parade. What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.[/p][/quote]As long as everyone forgets everything pre-2014 all is okay in DingleLand. The 'unfair' advantage of Jack Walkers money clearly affects you. For us, it gave us great moments, and one afternoon in March isn't going to change that! Enjoy your premier league football, try and get more than 30 points this time :-) WheresYourFamousSuicide?
  • Score: 4

5:15pm Mon 7 Jul 14

owd nick says...

WheresYourFamousSuic
ide?
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win...

We beat you...

on your own patch
after giving you a one-goal head start
after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup
after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy.
with only 17 minutes left to play
and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you
AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER!
and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits
and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes
and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's
and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot.

We went up and we did have a parade.

What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.
As long as everyone forgets everything pre-2014 all is okay in DingleLand.
The 'unfair' advantage of Jack Walkers money clearly affects you.
For us, it gave us great moments, and one afternoon in March isn't going to change that!
Enjoy your premier league football, try and get more than 30 points this time :-)
They will be lucky to get 3.
[quote][p][bold]WheresYourFamousSuic ide?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win... We beat you... on your own patch after giving you a one-goal head start after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy. with only 17 minutes left to play and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER! and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot. We went up and we did have a parade. What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.[/p][/quote]As long as everyone forgets everything pre-2014 all is okay in DingleLand. The 'unfair' advantage of Jack Walkers money clearly affects you. For us, it gave us great moments, and one afternoon in March isn't going to change that! Enjoy your premier league football, try and get more than 30 points this time :-)[/p][/quote]They will be lucky to get 3. owd nick
  • Score: 4

5:27pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Pembina says...

owd nick wrote:
WheresYourFamousSuic

ide?
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win...

We beat you...

on your own patch
after giving you a one-goal head start
after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup
after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy.
with only 17 minutes left to play
and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you
AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER!
and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits
and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes
and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's
and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot.

We went up and we did have a parade.

What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.
As long as everyone forgets everything pre-2014 all is okay in DingleLand.
The 'unfair' advantage of Jack Walkers money clearly affects you.
For us, it gave us great moments, and one afternoon in March isn't going to change that!
Enjoy your premier league football, try and get more than 30 points this time :-)
They will be lucky to get 3.
I disagree they will be lucky to get 1
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WheresYourFamousSuic ide?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win... We beat you... on your own patch after giving you a one-goal head start after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy. with only 17 minutes left to play and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER! and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot. We went up and we did have a parade. What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.[/p][/quote]As long as everyone forgets everything pre-2014 all is okay in DingleLand. The 'unfair' advantage of Jack Walkers money clearly affects you. For us, it gave us great moments, and one afternoon in March isn't going to change that! Enjoy your premier league football, try and get more than 30 points this time :-)[/p][/quote]They will be lucky to get 3.[/p][/quote]I disagree they will be lucky to get 1 Pembina
  • Score: 4

6:25pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Maxrus says...

Pembina wrote:
owd nick wrote:
WheresYourFamousSuic


ide?
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win...

We beat you...

on your own patch
after giving you a one-goal head start
after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup
after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy.
with only 17 minutes left to play
and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you
AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER!
and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits
and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes
and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's
and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot.

We went up and we did have a parade.

What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.
As long as everyone forgets everything pre-2014 all is okay in DingleLand.
The 'unfair' advantage of Jack Walkers money clearly affects you.
For us, it gave us great moments, and one afternoon in March isn't going to change that!
Enjoy your premier league football, try and get more than 30 points this time :-)
They will be lucky to get 3.
I disagree they will be lucky to get 1
Well, at this rate I reckon they should run in the Eurovision song contest instead of the prem. There is usually more than one nul pointer each year so they at least can share rock bottom and also join the only UK entry to achieve this unenviable achievement with the scouse group Jemini, their song ironically titled 'Cry Baby' - quite apt.
[quote][p][bold]Pembina[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WheresYourFamousSuic ide?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win... We beat you... on your own patch after giving you a one-goal head start after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy. with only 17 minutes left to play and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER! and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot. We went up and we did have a parade. What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.[/p][/quote]As long as everyone forgets everything pre-2014 all is okay in DingleLand. The 'unfair' advantage of Jack Walkers money clearly affects you. For us, it gave us great moments, and one afternoon in March isn't going to change that! Enjoy your premier league football, try and get more than 30 points this time :-)[/p][/quote]They will be lucky to get 3.[/p][/quote]I disagree they will be lucky to get 1[/p][/quote]Well, at this rate I reckon they should run in the Eurovision song contest instead of the prem. There is usually more than one nul pointer each year so they at least can share rock bottom and also join the only UK entry to achieve this unenviable achievement with the scouse group Jemini, their song ironically titled 'Cry Baby' - quite apt. Maxrus
  • Score: 8

6:53pm Mon 7 Jul 14

dangerous dave says...

Pembina wrote:
dangerous dave wrote:
daily mirror - rhodes after a pay increase because he is not being allowed to join Norwich who are supposed to have offered £8m for him!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
What a strange post - I was at Ewood the other day and not one cowboy or Indian was anywhere to be seen. I know its early but bedtime for you now Dave and take the cowboys and Indians with you.
you obviously need to do a bit of research and go to specsavers!!!!!!

OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
[quote][p][bold]Pembina[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: daily mirror - rhodes after a pay increase because he is not being allowed to join Norwich who are supposed to have offered £8m for him!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]What a strange post - I was at Ewood the other day and not one cowboy or Indian was anywhere to be seen. I know its early but bedtime for you now Dave and take the cowboys and Indians with you.[/p][/quote]you obviously need to do a bit of research and go to specsavers!!!!!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS dangerous dave
  • Score: -2

8:40pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Stone Island: says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Looks like reality is going to bite hard for the no-dads now that the writing is on the wall regarding Jordan Rhodes... £5.6million is all that will be received from a £10m transfer and a total of £zero will be made available to Bowyer.

I told you a long time ago... Varney is Rhodes replacement. Chris Brown has been brought in as a backup to Varney and will have been assured first team football in the likely event of Blackburn Rovers transfer listing Rudy Gestede in January when FFP starts swinging right hooks.

It's all crystal clear.
I think it's more crystal meth in your case, you absolute TOOL!
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Looks like reality is going to bite hard for the no-dads now that the writing is on the wall regarding Jordan Rhodes... £5.6million is all that will be received from a £10m transfer and a total of £zero will be made available to Bowyer. I told you a long time ago... Varney is Rhodes replacement. Chris Brown has been brought in as a backup to Varney and will have been assured first team football in the likely event of Blackburn Rovers transfer listing Rudy Gestede in January when FFP starts swinging right hooks. It's all crystal clear.[/p][/quote]I think it's more crystal meth in your case, you absolute TOOL! Stone Island:
  • Score: 9

8:44pm Mon 7 Jul 14

baldie says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Looks like reality is going to bite hard for the no-dads now that the writing is on the wall regarding Jordan Rhodes... £5.6million is all that will be received from a £10m transfer and a total of £zero will be made available to Bowyer.

I told you a long time ago... Varney is Rhodes replacement. Chris Brown has been brought in as a backup to Varney and will have been assured first team football in the likely event of Blackburn Rovers transfer listing Rudy Gestede in January when FFP starts swinging right hooks.

It's all crystal clear.
That's good news,thanks for spelling that out.
If Rovers stood to make a huge profit on Rhodes,i couls see him going tomorrow.
But,as you say,they stand to make very little once they've paid Huddersfield off.They would be short of the Championship's best forward and have nothing to show for it.
Comforting words indeed,thanks.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Looks like reality is going to bite hard for the no-dads now that the writing is on the wall regarding Jordan Rhodes... £5.6million is all that will be received from a £10m transfer and a total of £zero will be made available to Bowyer. I told you a long time ago... Varney is Rhodes replacement. Chris Brown has been brought in as a backup to Varney and will have been assured first team football in the likely event of Blackburn Rovers transfer listing Rudy Gestede in January when FFP starts swinging right hooks. It's all crystal clear.[/p][/quote]That's good news,thanks for spelling that out. If Rovers stood to make a huge profit on Rhodes,i couls see him going tomorrow. But,as you say,they stand to make very little once they've paid Huddersfield off.They would be short of the Championship's best forward and have nothing to show for it. Comforting words indeed,thanks. baldie
  • Score: 7

8:53pm Mon 7 Jul 14

keanoutofrovers says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win...

We beat you...

on your own patch
after giving you a one-goal head start
after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup
after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy.
with only 17 minutes left to play
and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you
AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER!
and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits
and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes
and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's
and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot.

We went up and we did have a parade.

What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.
Brilliant, come on here and yet again ended up having a tantrum.

You're so easy to wind up.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win... We beat you... on your own patch after giving you a one-goal head start after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy. with only 17 minutes left to play and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER! and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot. We went up and we did have a parade. What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.[/p][/quote]Brilliant, come on here and yet again ended up having a tantrum. You're so easy to wind up. keanoutofrovers
  • Score: 7

8:54pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Pembina says...

dangerous dave wrote:
Pembina wrote:
dangerous dave wrote:
daily mirror - rhodes after a pay increase because he is not being allowed to join Norwich who are supposed to have offered £8m for him!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
What a strange post - I was at Ewood the other day and not one cowboy or Indian was anywhere to be seen. I know its early but bedtime for you now Dave and take the cowboys and Indians with you.
you obviously need to do a bit of research and go to specsavers!!!!!!

OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
Bet you loved the Lone Ranger when you were younger
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pembina[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: daily mirror - rhodes after a pay increase because he is not being allowed to join Norwich who are supposed to have offered £8m for him!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]What a strange post - I was at Ewood the other day and not one cowboy or Indian was anywhere to be seen. I know its early but bedtime for you now Dave and take the cowboys and Indians with you.[/p][/quote]you obviously need to do a bit of research and go to specsavers!!!!!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]Bet you loved the Lone Ranger when you were younger Pembina
  • Score: 4

9:17pm Mon 7 Jul 14

baldie says...

keanoutofrovers wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win...

We beat you...

on your own patch
after giving you a one-goal head start
after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup
after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy.
with only 17 minutes left to play
and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you
AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER!
and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits
and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes
and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's
and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot.

We went up and we did have a parade.

What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.
Brilliant, come on here and yet again ended up having a tantrum.

You're so easy to wind up.
You're talking to the so called Burnley supporter who turned his back on his own team the night before the Derby.
He comes on here giving it all that,but when asked to stand up and be counted,he wilted like a weed.
He talks the talk,but walks like Gok Wan.
[quote][p][bold]keanoutofrovers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win... We beat you... on your own patch after giving you a one-goal head start after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy. with only 17 minutes left to play and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER! and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot. We went up and we did have a parade. What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.[/p][/quote]Brilliant, come on here and yet again ended up having a tantrum. You're so easy to wind up.[/p][/quote]You're talking to the so called Burnley supporter who turned his back on his own team the night before the Derby. He comes on here giving it all that,but when asked to stand up and be counted,he wilted like a weed. He talks the talk,but walks like Gok Wan. baldie
  • Score: 9

9:28pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Fartonadingleshead says...

claret777 wrote:
Nearly choked on me chicken butty when I saw that headline.. ..Sherwood...too cocky for me..maybe if he takes over at deadwood they can call him Tim Sharwood.
Now that's pretty good. Pity it's all the Rover's obsessed Dingles first to quote on BRFC news. Shows where your interest lies. But then again, I don't blame you. Rovers obsessed till ya die eh?
[quote][p][bold]claret777[/bold] wrote: Nearly choked on me chicken butty when I saw that headline.. ..Sherwood...too cocky for me..maybe if he takes over at deadwood they can call him Tim Sharwood.[/p][/quote]Now that's pretty good. Pity it's all the Rover's obsessed Dingles first to quote on BRFC news. Shows where your interest lies. But then again, I don't blame you. Rovers obsessed till ya die eh? Fartonadingleshead
  • Score: 6

9:36pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Fartonadingleshead says...

Only need to read the postings on a BRFC forum to see how worried the dingle inbreds are about this season.
Only need to read the postings on a BRFC forum to see how worried the dingle inbreds are about this season. Fartonadingleshead
  • Score: 5

9:43pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Pembina says...

Fartonadingleshead wrote:
claret777 wrote:
Nearly choked on me chicken butty when I saw that headline.. ..Sherwood...too cocky for me..maybe if he takes over at deadwood they can call him Tim Sharwood.
Now that's pretty good. Pity it's all the Rover's obsessed Dingles first to quote on BRFC news. Shows where your interest lies. But then again, I don't blame you. Rovers obsessed till ya die eh?
Better stop eating chicken butties then
[quote][p][bold]Fartonadingleshead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]claret777[/bold] wrote: Nearly choked on me chicken butty when I saw that headline.. ..Sherwood...too cocky for me..maybe if he takes over at deadwood they can call him Tim Sharwood.[/p][/quote]Now that's pretty good. Pity it's all the Rover's obsessed Dingles first to quote on BRFC news. Shows where your interest lies. But then again, I don't blame you. Rovers obsessed till ya die eh?[/p][/quote]Better stop eating chicken butties then Pembina
  • Score: 5

10:50pm Mon 7 Jul 14

stevieclaret says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods
chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ?
one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league
You av to be in the premier league to be relegated from it jimbo. Keep looking up...
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ? one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league[/p][/quote]You av to be in the premier league to be relegated from it jimbo. Keep looking up... stevieclaret
  • Score: -3

10:51pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Super CIaret says...

baldie wrote:
keanoutofrovers wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win...

We beat you...

on your own patch
after giving you a one-goal head start
after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup
after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy.
with only 17 minutes left to play
and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you
AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER!
and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits
and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes
and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's
and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot.

We went up and we did have a parade.

What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.
Brilliant, come on here and yet again ended up having a tantrum.

You're so easy to wind up.
You're talking to the so called Burnley supporter who turned his back on his own team the night before the Derby.
He comes on here giving it all that,but when asked to stand up and be counted,he wilted like a weed.
He talks the talk,but walks like Gok Wan.
It hurts you so much doesn't it.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley

And you left before the final whistle didn't you.
Tail between your legs once more.
Having been taught a footballing lesson.

Look up.
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]keanoutofrovers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win... We beat you... on your own patch after giving you a one-goal head start after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy. with only 17 minutes left to play and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER! and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot. We went up and we did have a parade. What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.[/p][/quote]Brilliant, come on here and yet again ended up having a tantrum. You're so easy to wind up.[/p][/quote]You're talking to the so called Burnley supporter who turned his back on his own team the night before the Derby. He comes on here giving it all that,but when asked to stand up and be counted,he wilted like a weed. He talks the talk,but walks like Gok Wan.[/p][/quote]It hurts you so much doesn't it. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley And you left before the final whistle didn't you. Tail between your legs once more. Having been taught a footballing lesson. Look up. Super CIaret
  • Score: -4

10:52pm Mon 7 Jul 14

stevieclaret says...

With a headline like that he should be on at the hammer smith Apollo. Mega Blinding...
With a headline like that he should be on at the hammer smith Apollo. Mega Blinding... stevieclaret
  • Score: -5

11:24pm Mon 7 Jul 14

baldie says...

Super CIaret wrote:
baldie wrote:
keanoutofrovers wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win...

We beat you...

on your own patch
after giving you a one-goal head start
after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup
after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy.
with only 17 minutes left to play
and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you
AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER!
and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits
and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes
and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's
and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot.

We went up and we did have a parade.

What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.
Brilliant, come on here and yet again ended up having a tantrum.

You're so easy to wind up.
You're talking to the so called Burnley supporter who turned his back on his own team the night before the Derby.
He comes on here giving it all that,but when asked to stand up and be counted,he wilted like a weed.
He talks the talk,but walks like Gok Wan.
It hurts you so much doesn't it.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley

And you left before the final whistle didn't you.
Tail between your legs once more.
Having been taught a footballing lesson.

Look up.
As I've said before,i was there til the end and clapped both sides off.
I then came on here as I promised to do regardless of the result.
You,my little Gok Wan,failed to meet the criteria of conduct becoming of a real football supporter.
By the way,Brendan asked me once again to thank you for the support shown regarding the recent signings at the Turf.
He said that even he was astounded at the way you have embraced the transfer policy at BFC.
Never in a million years did he think that he could get away with signing Reid,Taylor,Gilks,an
d especially Sordell.A man with a worse goal scoring record than the afforementioned Chris Brown.
Yet,you and yours have greeted them as if signing James Rodriguez.
He asked me to pass on this big sloppy kiss....MWAH....****
xx.
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]keanoutofrovers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win... We beat you... on your own patch after giving you a one-goal head start after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy. with only 17 minutes left to play and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER! and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot. We went up and we did have a parade. What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.[/p][/quote]Brilliant, come on here and yet again ended up having a tantrum. You're so easy to wind up.[/p][/quote]You're talking to the so called Burnley supporter who turned his back on his own team the night before the Derby. He comes on here giving it all that,but when asked to stand up and be counted,he wilted like a weed. He talks the talk,but walks like Gok Wan.[/p][/quote]It hurts you so much doesn't it. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley And you left before the final whistle didn't you. Tail between your legs once more. Having been taught a footballing lesson. Look up.[/p][/quote]As I've said before,i was there til the end and clapped both sides off. I then came on here as I promised to do regardless of the result. You,my little Gok Wan,failed to meet the criteria of conduct becoming of a real football supporter. By the way,Brendan asked me once again to thank you for the support shown regarding the recent signings at the Turf. He said that even he was astounded at the way you have embraced the transfer policy at BFC. Never in a million years did he think that he could get away with signing Reid,Taylor,Gilks,an d especially Sordell.A man with a worse goal scoring record than the afforementioned Chris Brown. Yet,you and yours have greeted them as if signing James Rodriguez. He asked me to pass on this big sloppy kiss....MWAH....**** xx. baldie
  • Score: 7

11:28pm Mon 7 Jul 14

unclejacklegend says...

WheresYourFamousSuic
ide?
wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
LOL @ the no-dad who'd prefer be TENTH favourite for promotion to the Premier League as opposed to being IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE trying to stay there!

You just couldn't make up the nonsense that these horse whispering degenerates come out with... truly the words of supporters who have been put through the wringer in recent seasons and have no hope remaining.. I pity the fools.

Burnley FC are Premier League.
Look Up Blackburn
Super Clarets
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
JWID
Claret777

All one person, one sad person obsessed with all things Rovers
Ironically its us that you pity...
You forgot we love you venkys, he must have forgotten the password for that account. He disappeared as fast as swamp claret appeared.

Born in rovers shadow and he knows he'll die in rovers shadow, having spent every moment he's not asleep on this forum. Got to feel sorry for the bloke.
[quote][p][bold]WheresYourFamousSuic ide?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: LOL @ the no-dad who'd prefer be TENTH favourite for promotion to the Premier League as opposed to being IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE trying to stay there! You just couldn't make up the nonsense that these horse whispering degenerates come out with... truly the words of supporters who have been put through the wringer in recent seasons and have no hope remaining.. I pity the fools. Burnley FC are Premier League.[/p][/quote]Look Up Blackburn Super Clarets Chuck Norris' Roundhouse JWID Claret777 All one person, one sad person obsessed with all things Rovers Ironically its us that you pity...[/p][/quote]You forgot we love you venkys, he must have forgotten the password for that account. He disappeared as fast as swamp claret appeared. Born in rovers shadow and he knows he'll die in rovers shadow, having spent every moment he's not asleep on this forum. Got to feel sorry for the bloke. unclejacklegend
  • Score: 6

11:38pm Mon 7 Jul 14

keanoutofrovers says...

Super CIaret wrote:
baldie wrote:
keanoutofrovers wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win...

We beat you...

on your own patch
after giving you a one-goal head start
after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup
after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy.
with only 17 minutes left to play
and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you
AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER!
and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits
and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes
and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's
and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot.

We went up and we did have a parade.

What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.
Brilliant, come on here and yet again ended up having a tantrum.

You're so easy to wind up.
You're talking to the so called Burnley supporter who turned his back on his own team the night before the Derby.
He comes on here giving it all that,but when asked to stand up and be counted,he wilted like a weed.
He talks the talk,but walks like Gok Wan.
It hurts you so much doesn't it.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley

And you left before the final whistle didn't you.
Tail between your legs once more.
Having been taught a footballing lesson.

Look up.
One of use wasn't even there when the match kicked off, was played and then ended. But he has googled it and found out the score !
[quote][p][bold]Super CIaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]keanoutofrovers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: It's more than that though isn't it.... its more than just a win... We beat you... on your own patch after giving you a one-goal head start after watching you celebrate like Blackburn Rovers had won the World Cup after hearing your incessant vulgarities and seeing you gesticulating wildly in a communal org@sm of excitement and ecstasy. with only 17 minutes left to play and then pulling a goal back, and watching the joy turn to mild concern as the game slips away from you AND THEN DANNY INGS SCORES THE WINNER! and being in the bouncing Darwen End seeing all those no-dads with long faces, sobbing and whining and scrambling for the exits and as the final whistle goes, seeing all those broken hearted, angry, crying no-dads skulking off with their tails firmly between their legs as their world implodes and then the realisation that those 3 points were enough to deny you clowns a place in the play-off's and then the knowledge that the boost from that victory spurred us onto an incredible record breaking promotion to the Premier League and a £120million jackpot. We went up and we did have a parade. What a season. Thanks Blackburn, you made it all possible.[/p][/quote]Brilliant, come on here and yet again ended up having a tantrum. You're so easy to wind up.[/p][/quote]You're talking to the so called Burnley supporter who turned his back on his own team the night before the Derby. He comes on here giving it all that,but when asked to stand up and be counted,he wilted like a weed. He talks the talk,but walks like Gok Wan.[/p][/quote]It hurts you so much doesn't it. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley And you left before the final whistle didn't you. Tail between your legs once more. Having been taught a footballing lesson. Look up.[/p][/quote]One of use wasn't even there when the match kicked off, was played and then ended. But he has googled it and found out the score ! keanoutofrovers
  • Score: 2

12:45am Tue 8 Jul 14

dallydally says...

The Dingles were average that day and if Lowe had taken his chance just before half time and JR at the beginning of the second it would have been 3 - 0 and no coming back. Enjoy your one season in the Premiership as that is what you will have and no more
The Dingles were average that day and if Lowe had taken his chance just before half time and JR at the beginning of the second it would have been 3 - 0 and no coming back. Enjoy your one season in the Premiership as that is what you will have and no more dallydally
  • Score: -3

8:07am Tue 8 Jul 14

BlackburnRoversFC f*****g hate burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!!

Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.
do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods
chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ?
one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league
And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship.

Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons.
Yeah but you 6 fingered, 3 nipped webbed feet DLA receivers, were tipped to go down so what does that matter... So when we pass you on the way up don't be surprised.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Yeah it's really tough to get out of the Championship if you are a piddling little club like Blackburn, although your bigger and better rivals Burnley have managed it twice in the last five years!! Sherwood has so much time for Blackburn that he turned you down flat when you begged and pleaded with him to take over as manager when he was still coach at Spurs.[/p][/quote]do you know who daniel levy is and what he said about tim Sherwoods chances of moving to blackburn while still under contract to tottenham ? one more thing burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from premier league[/p][/quote]And Blackburn are TENTH favourites for Promotion out of The Chmupionship. Tenth?? PMSL, obviously the bookies are not as confident as most of your goons.[/p][/quote]Yeah but you 6 fingered, 3 nipped webbed feet DLA receivers, were tipped to go down so what does that matter... So when we pass you on the way up don't be surprised. BlackburnRoversFC f*****g hate burnley
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4:45pm Sun 13 Jul 14

johnley says...

why are the bookies giving 2/1 that the goon's go down this season. i have put a shilling on them being in bottom 3 by Christmas. that should sort my presents out for the family.
why are the bookies giving 2/1 that the goon's go down this season. i have put a shilling on them being in bottom 3 by Christmas. that should sort my presents out for the family. johnley
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