Ruben Rochina faces Blackburn Rovers decision amid Spanish interest

Ruben Rochina

Ruben Rochina

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INTEREST is growing in Blackburn Rovers’ Spanish striker Ruben Rochina.

Reports from Spain last night suggested that Granada are on the verge of signing the 23-year-old.

Those reports are wide of the mark with Rovers yet to receive a firm bid for Rochina.

But the former Barcelona youngster is definitely wanted by Granada as well as a number of other clubs in his homeland.

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Now Rochina has to decide whether to remain at Rovers for the final year of his contract and fight for a place in boss Gary Bowyer’s starting line-up or push for a move back to La Liga.

Rochina has spent the second half of the past two seasons on loan in the Spanish top flight.

He was unable to prevent Zaragoza from suffering relegation in 2012/13 as he scored one goal in 15 games.

But his four-month stint at Rayo Vallecano last season proved more successful as he netted three times in 17 appearances to help the Madrid-based outfit stave off the drop.

Vallecano did have the option to snap Rochina up after the completion of his loan.

But they failed to come back in with an offer before the deadline set between the clubs.

Whether Rovers would allow Rochina, who signed a four-year contract following his transfer from Barcelona B in January 2011, to go out on loan again remains to be seen.

But if he was to complete a permanent move away from Ewood Park it is likely they would want a fee.

Rochina is currently training with the Rovers squad ahead of their pre-season opener at AFC Telford United on Saturday (3pm).

Bowyer is continuing in his attempts to bolster his ranks – particularly in defence – before the trip to the Conference Premier new boys.

But another player who could be on his way out of Rovers is transfer listed striker Jordan Slew.

Slew is believed to be on the radar of League One side Port Vale.

The 21-year-old, who has one year remaining on the four-year contract he signed in August 2011 following his £1.1m switch from Sheffield United, had an impressive loan spell at Ross County in the second half of last season.

But the Scottish Premiership outfit have yet to follow up their interest.

Rovers, meanwhile, have announced ticket prices for their Capital One Cup first-round tie at home to Scunthorpe United on Tuesday, August 12 (7.45pm).

Tickets go on sale on Friday and cost £15 or £12 for adults, £10 or £8 for seniors and 17 to 21-year-olds, and £1 for under 16s.

The Riverside Stand and the upper family stand in the Blackburn End will not be open for the clash.

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9:37am Wed 9 Jul 14

digitusjonfred says...

KEEP THE BOY !!
KEEP THE BOY !! digitusjonfred
  • Score: 13

9:55am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -22

10:00am Wed 9 Jul 14

Warnie says...

Look this guy could come good (cough). I would keep him (cough cough). He was a bargain buy (cough cough cough) .
Look this guy could come good (cough). I would keep him (cough cough). He was a bargain buy (cough cough cough) . Warnie
  • Score: -15

10:04am Wed 9 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

I'd keep him but he must be given a proper chance. It's a long hard season and Bowyer will need to rotate the squad, injuries, suspensions etc. If he's matured enough to realise it's team game he will be an asset. Can't see any point selling him for a few hundred thousand.
I'd keep him but he must be given a proper chance. It's a long hard season and Bowyer will need to rotate the squad, injuries, suspensions etc. If he's matured enough to realise it's team game he will be an asset. Can't see any point selling him for a few hundred thousand. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 17

10:09am Wed 9 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
I'd keep him but he must be given a proper chance. It's a long hard season and Bowyer will need to rotate the squad, injuries, suspensions etc. If he's matured enough to realise it's team game he will be an asset. Can't see any point selling him for a few hundred thousand.
BTW has Ings signed.....no ? Why not? HE'LL WALK AWAY FOR NOWT IN 12 MONTHS !!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: I'd keep him but he must be given a proper chance. It's a long hard season and Bowyer will need to rotate the squad, injuries, suspensions etc. If he's matured enough to realise it's team game he will be an asset. Can't see any point selling him for a few hundred thousand.[/p][/quote]BTW has Ings signed.....no ? Why not? HE'LL WALK AWAY FOR NOWT IN 12 MONTHS !!!!! Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 15

10:12am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
I'd keep him but he must be given a proper chance. It's a long hard season and Bowyer will need to rotate the squad, injuries, suspensions etc. If he's matured enough to realise it's team game he will be an asset. Can't see any point selling him for a few hundred thousand.
BTW has Ings signed.....no ? Why not? HE'LL WALK AWAY FOR NOWT IN 12 MONTHS !!!!!
Bye Bye Rhodes
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: I'd keep him but he must be given a proper chance. It's a long hard season and Bowyer will need to rotate the squad, injuries, suspensions etc. If he's matured enough to realise it's team game he will be an asset. Can't see any point selling him for a few hundred thousand.[/p][/quote]BTW has Ings signed.....no ? Why not? HE'LL WALK AWAY FOR NOWT IN 12 MONTHS !!!!![/p][/quote]Bye Bye Rhodes Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -15

10:21am Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7 jim 2012
  • Score: 11

10:28am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -14

10:35am Wed 9 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
I'd keep him but he must be given a proper chance. It's a long hard season and Bowyer will need to rotate the squad, injuries, suspensions etc. If he's matured enough to realise it's team game he will be an asset. Can't see any point selling him for a few hundred thousand.
BTW has Ings signed.....no ? Why not? HE'LL WALK AWAY FOR NOWT IN 12 MONTHS !!!!!
Ings won't sign because quite rightly he now wants Premier league pay and Burnley won't pay it. Best sell him and get something for him whilst you can.....bye bye Danny.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: I'd keep him but he must be given a proper chance. It's a long hard season and Bowyer will need to rotate the squad, injuries, suspensions etc. If he's matured enough to realise it's team game he will be an asset. Can't see any point selling him for a few hundred thousand.[/p][/quote]BTW has Ings signed.....no ? Why not? HE'LL WALK AWAY FOR NOWT IN 12 MONTHS !!!!![/p][/quote]Ings won't sign because quite rightly he now wants Premier league pay and Burnley won't pay it. Best sell him and get something for him whilst you can.....bye bye Danny. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 23

11:14am Wed 9 Jul 14

studentrover1995 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks.[/p][/quote]Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight. studentrover1995
  • Score: 14

11:28am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

studentrover1995 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.
Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not?

By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year.

Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then?

WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.
[quote][p][bold]studentrover1995[/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: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks.[/p][/quote]Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.[/p][/quote]Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not? By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year. Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then? WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -4

11:48am Wed 9 Jul 14

Welsh Rover says...

I think Rochina will leave and it's probably best for both parties if he does. He's undoubtedly a very skilful player but he's too greedy. Add to that the fact that he's not prepared to sit on the bench - he asked to go out on loan last January - and it becomes apparent that paying him to be miserable benefits neither the player or the team.
I think Rochina will leave and it's probably best for both parties if he does. He's undoubtedly a very skilful player but he's too greedy. Add to that the fact that he's not prepared to sit on the bench - he asked to go out on loan last January - and it becomes apparent that paying him to be miserable benefits neither the player or the team. Welsh Rover
  • Score: 11

12:08pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

Rhodes out... Financial Fair Play in..

The tears of the no-dad's will flood the streets of Shadsworth come December.
Rhodes out... Financial Fair Play in.. The tears of the no-dad's will flood the streets of Shadsworth come December. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -6

12:15pm Wed 9 Jul 14

A Darener says...

When we were in the PL at least we stayed there for more than one season. BFC one season wonders!
When we were in the PL at least we stayed there for more than one season. BFC one season wonders! A Darener
  • Score: 9

12:19pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

A bit premature perhaps?

Rather like that Burnley taxi driver responsible for your existence....
A bit premature perhaps? Rather like that Burnley taxi driver responsible for your existence.... Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -2

12:24pm Wed 9 Jul 14

A Darener says...

It's a wise man that knows his own father! That's why Burnley fans are so lacking in brain cells.
Please stick to footballing matters! Oh! Sorry forgot you haven't the first idea about football.
It's a wise man that knows his own father! That's why Burnley fans are so lacking in brain cells. Please stick to footballing matters! Oh! Sorry forgot you haven't the first idea about football. A Darener
  • Score: 7

12:28pm Wed 9 Jul 14

carltondry says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
studentrover1995 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.
Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not?

By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year.

Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then?

WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.
You really don't realise what a complete tool you are chuck by saying "we managed to get promoted twice in 5 years - and yes and this time next year you can tell us how you've been relegated twice in 6 years !!
Kindergarten comments Dingle
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]studentrover1995[/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: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks.[/p][/quote]Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.[/p][/quote]Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not? By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year. Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then? WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.[/p][/quote]You really don't realise what a complete tool you are chuck by saying "we managed to get promoted twice in 5 years - and yes and this time next year you can tell us how you've been relegated twice in 6 years !! Kindergarten comments Dingle carltondry
  • Score: 12

12:28pm Wed 9 Jul 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
A bit premature perhaps?

Rather like that Burnley taxi driver responsible for your existence....
Hello scumbag - not changed your sign in for about a week.

On the subject of being premature - your sister says that you are still touch and go.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: A bit premature perhaps? Rather like that Burnley taxi driver responsible for your existence....[/p][/quote]Hello scumbag - not changed your sign in for about a week. On the subject of being premature - your sister says that you are still touch and go. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 4

12:37pm Wed 9 Jul 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Sky + MOTD, cant wait. RTID
Sky + MOTD, cant wait. RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: 4

12:44pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD, cant wait. RTID
Retard Til I Die?
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD, cant wait. RTID[/p][/quote]Retard Til I Die? Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -3

12:44pm Wed 9 Jul 14

dixie.normous says...

At least the Burnley fans can sing "it's just like watching Brazil" when they're getting hammered every week next season :-)
At least the Burnley fans can sing "it's just like watching Brazil" when they're getting hammered every week next season :-) dixie.normous
  • Score: 19

12:46pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

No-dad's switching allegiance to Burnley so as to watch them on MOTD?... I've heard it all now.

Absolutely pathetic that you turn your back on your own team just because they have been destroyed by their biggest rivals and now ply their trade a whole division below the Clarets....
No-dad's switching allegiance to Burnley so as to watch them on MOTD?... I've heard it all now. Absolutely pathetic that you turn your back on your own team just because they have been destroyed by their biggest rivals and now ply their trade a whole division below the Clarets.... Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -8

12:53pm Wed 9 Jul 14

A Darener says...

MOTD and Skysports rebranded as the comedy channels.
MOTD and Skysports rebranded as the comedy channels. A Darener
  • Score: 6

1:00pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

Jealous no-dads.

All they have to look forward to is a battle against FFP.
Jealous no-dads. All they have to look forward to is a battle against FFP. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -2

1:01pm Wed 9 Jul 14

noddy57 says...

digitusjonfred wrote:
KEEP THE BOY !!
There is no questioning his talent but his goals return is abysmal but sods law tells me he will come back to haunt us.
[quote][p][bold]digitusjonfred[/bold] wrote: KEEP THE BOY !![/p][/quote]There is no questioning his talent but his goals return is abysmal but sods law tells me he will come back to haunt us. noddy57
  • Score: 4

1:09pm Wed 9 Jul 14

bluerob says...

if its a choice between Rochina and Rhodes to go I would keep Jordan every time, but I would love to see them both in the same team. Rochina has the ability to unlock a defence and the vision to create the killer pass.
if its a choice between Rochina and Rhodes to go I would keep Jordan every time, but I would love to see them both in the same team. Rochina has the ability to unlock a defence and the vision to create the killer pass. bluerob
  • Score: 6

1:18pm Wed 9 Jul 14

carltondry says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
No-dad's switching allegiance to Burnley so as to watch them on MOTD?... I've heard it all now.

Absolutely pathetic that you turn your back on your own team just because they have been destroyed by their biggest rivals and now ply their trade a whole division below the Clarets....
Is that supposed to be a wind up or an attempt at banter ??
Abject failure on both counts !
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: No-dad's switching allegiance to Burnley so as to watch them on MOTD?... I've heard it all now. Absolutely pathetic that you turn your back on your own team just because they have been destroyed by their biggest rivals and now ply their trade a whole division below the Clarets....[/p][/quote]Is that supposed to be a wind up or an attempt at banter ?? Abject failure on both counts ! carltondry
  • Score: 7

1:18pm Wed 9 Jul 14

ashton_9 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
studentrover1995 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.
Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not?

By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year.

Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then?

WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.
Oh dear you're not very clever are you. You've been promoted 2x in 5 years, congratulations! Problem is pal we have only been in the Championship for the past two seasons therefore making it impossible to achieve that feat - so how you can use that fact to describe yourself as a bigger and better rival I find extremely amusing.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]studentrover1995[/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: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks.[/p][/quote]Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.[/p][/quote]Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not? By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year. Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then? WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you're not very clever are you. You've been promoted 2x in 5 years, congratulations! Problem is pal we have only been in the Championship for the past two seasons therefore making it impossible to achieve that feat - so how you can use that fact to describe yourself as a bigger and better rival I find extremely amusing. ashton_9
  • Score: 9

1:24pm Wed 9 Jul 14

A Darener says...

Plea to the football league...please give us a fine and embargo now! At least it would shut that moron up!
Plea to the football league...please give us a fine and embargo now! At least it would shut that moron up! A Darener
  • Score: 7

1:25pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

ashton_9 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
studentrover1995 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.
Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not?

By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year.

Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then?

WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.
Oh dear you're not very clever are you. You've been promoted 2x in 5 years, congratulations! Problem is pal we have only been in the Championship for the past two seasons therefore making it impossible to achieve that feat - so how you can use that fact to describe yourself as a bigger and better rival I find extremely amusing.
No - I am using the information below to categorise our relationship:

Burnley finished 23 points ahead of lickle Blackburn last season which incidentally is the biggest ever margin between the two teams in the league - therefore BETTER.

Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn are in Division Two - therefore BIGGER.

Not rocket science now is it?
[quote][p][bold]ashton_9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]studentrover1995[/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: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks.[/p][/quote]Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.[/p][/quote]Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not? By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year. Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then? WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you're not very clever are you. You've been promoted 2x in 5 years, congratulations! Problem is pal we have only been in the Championship for the past two seasons therefore making it impossible to achieve that feat - so how you can use that fact to describe yourself as a bigger and better rival I find extremely amusing.[/p][/quote]No - I am using the information below to categorise our relationship: Burnley finished 23 points ahead of lickle Blackburn last season which incidentally is the biggest ever margin between the two teams in the league - therefore BETTER. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn are in Division Two - therefore BIGGER. Not rocket science now is it? Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -4

1:46pm Wed 9 Jul 14

A Darener says...

You may wish us in division two but we are in the division one level below Burnley called the "Championship" known by Rovers fans as the Chumpionship", for reasons of its low level of footballing standards epitomised by the ability of a second rate team to get out of it. Unfortunately because of circumstances beyond the control of Rovers fans we have been reduced to the shell of a footballing team that reached the dizzy heights of winning the PL. An achievement not to be bettered by any town team in the near or distant future. But, slowly but surely we are returning to the standards of a football club capable of returning to the PL and hopefully that day will come at the end of the coming season. If not then we will welcome you back for a continuation of our rivalry next season when we can right the wrong that was done in March of last year and return to recording our superiority over you for the next 34 years.
You may wish us in division two but we are in the division one level below Burnley called the "Championship" known by Rovers fans as the Chumpionship", for reasons of its low level of footballing standards epitomised by the ability of a second rate team to get out of it. Unfortunately because of circumstances beyond the control of Rovers fans we have been reduced to the shell of a footballing team that reached the dizzy heights of winning the PL. An achievement not to be bettered by any town team in the near or distant future. But, slowly but surely we are returning to the standards of a football club capable of returning to the PL and hopefully that day will come at the end of the coming season. If not then we will welcome you back for a continuation of our rivalry next season when we can right the wrong that was done in March of last year and return to recording our superiority over you for the next 34 years. A Darener
  • Score: 7

2:13pm Wed 9 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

carltondry wrote:
Look Up Blackburn wrote:
No-dad's switching allegiance to Burnley so as to watch them on MOTD?... I've heard it all now.

Absolutely pathetic that you turn your back on your own team just because they have been destroyed by their biggest rivals and now ply their trade a whole division below the Clarets....
Is that supposed to be a wind up or an attempt at banter ??
Abject failure on both counts !
I must apologise for this fellow Burnley fan, everyone on the Burnley forum thinks he is a kn0b ED as well, so you are not on your own.
[quote][p][bold]carltondry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: No-dad's switching allegiance to Burnley so as to watch them on MOTD?... I've heard it all now. Absolutely pathetic that you turn your back on your own team just because they have been destroyed by their biggest rivals and now ply their trade a whole division below the Clarets....[/p][/quote]Is that supposed to be a wind up or an attempt at banter ?? Abject failure on both counts ![/p][/quote]I must apologise for this fellow Burnley fan, everyone on the Burnley forum thinks he is a kn0b ED as well, so you are not on your own. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: 6

2:18pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

No-dads. Deluded beyond all comprehension....

Burnley are in the Premier League.

Norwich are in the Championship with a £60million parachute payment. They have signed Lewis Grabban and Kyle Lafferty, and are likely to return with an improved offer for your very own Jordan Rhodes before the season kicks-off. They will be going all out for automatic promotion.

Cardiff are in the Championship with a £60million parachute payment.
They have signed Adam Le Fondre, Kagisho Dikgacoi, Javi Guerra, and Federico Macheda. They will be going all out for automatic promotion.

Fulham are in the Championship with a £60million parachute payment, and have already bolstered their squad with £11m Ross McCormack and the Greece International left back on loan from Bayer Leverkusen. They will be going all out for automatic promotion.

Derby, Wigan, Nottingham Forest, Reading, Wolves, Brighton, and Watford are all far better placed than yourselves to mount a serious play-off push, all carrying stronger squads and with more money to spend.

Blackburn Rovers have signed Chris Brown from League One Doncaster and zero-goals-in-12-gam
es Luke Varney after Leeds declined to keep him. It's looking rather grim wouldn't you say?

I'm so very sorry to break the news to you my dear no-dads, but there is not one positive in your third season in the Championship, and in all honesty you are in for a torrid time. Mid-table will be the realistic aim from the Venky's point of view however I feel once FFP takes hold you will slide on your backsides right out of the Championship and into League One.
No-dads. Deluded beyond all comprehension.... Burnley are in the Premier League. Norwich are in the Championship with a £60million parachute payment. They have signed Lewis Grabban and Kyle Lafferty, and are likely to return with an improved offer for your very own Jordan Rhodes before the season kicks-off. They will be going all out for automatic promotion. Cardiff are in the Championship with a £60million parachute payment. They have signed Adam Le Fondre, Kagisho Dikgacoi, Javi Guerra, and Federico Macheda. They will be going all out for automatic promotion. Fulham are in the Championship with a £60million parachute payment, and have already bolstered their squad with £11m Ross McCormack and the Greece International left back on loan from Bayer Leverkusen. They will be going all out for automatic promotion. Derby, Wigan, Nottingham Forest, Reading, Wolves, Brighton, and Watford are all far better placed than yourselves to mount a serious play-off push, all carrying stronger squads and with more money to spend. Blackburn Rovers have signed Chris Brown from League One Doncaster and zero-goals-in-12-gam es Luke Varney after Leeds declined to keep him. It's looking rather grim wouldn't you say? I'm so very sorry to break the news to you my dear no-dads, but there is not one positive in your third season in the Championship, and in all honesty you are in for a torrid time. Mid-table will be the realistic aim from the Venky's point of view however I feel once FFP takes hold you will slide on your backsides right out of the Championship and into League One. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -3

2:25pm Wed 9 Jul 14

A Darener says...

Well Mr doom and gloom merchant at least we will have the consolation of watching Burnley implode in the PL.
But then again your predictions over the last three years re FFP and relegation and selling all our best players have not happened so don't worry, we aren't.
Well Mr doom and gloom merchant at least we will have the consolation of watching Burnley implode in the PL. But then again your predictions over the last three years re FFP and relegation and selling all our best players have not happened so don't worry, we aren't. A Darener
  • Score: 6

2:27pm Wed 9 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
what you mugs did last season is not relevant to next season
your manager has no premier league experience
and burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks.[/p][/quote]what you mugs did last season is not relevant to next season your manager has no premier league experience and burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7 jim 2012
  • Score: 5

2:29pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Welsh Rover says...

The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc.

If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc. If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision! Welsh Rover
  • Score: 10

2:30pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

Burnley were forth favourites for relegation from the Championship.... and look what happened...
Burnley were forth favourites for relegation from the Championship.... and look what happened... Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 0

2:32pm Wed 9 Jul 14

A Darener says...

I think you will find the PL is a little harder than the Chumpionship.
I think you will find the PL is a little harder than the Chumpionship. A Darener
  • Score: 6

2:34pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

"I think you will find the PL is a little harder than the Chumpionship."

Another gem from the insightful one. What a moron.
"I think you will find the PL is a little harder than the Chumpionship." Another gem from the insightful one. What a moron. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -4

2:36pm Wed 9 Jul 14

A Darener says...

Note to all Rovers fans, gave a lift home to "Birdie" this morning from Asda. He's if feeling quite confident on the Rovers having a good season this year. Off to Telford Saturday. Let's hope for an injury free preseason and a good start.
Note to all Rovers fans, gave a lift home to "Birdie" this morning from Asda. He's if feeling quite confident on the Rovers having a good season this year. Off to Telford Saturday. Let's hope for an injury free preseason and a good start. A Darener
  • Score: 6

2:39pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Welsh Rover wrote:
The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc.

If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did.

You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW.

So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.
[quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc. If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did. You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW. So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -5

2:44pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
what you mugs did last season is not relevant to next season
your manager has no premier league experience
and burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Ha ha ha - I think you will find that by getting 93 massive points last season we now find ourselves in the Premier League this forthcoming season.

I would say that last season DID have relevance to this season.

Jeez Louise.
[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: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks.[/p][/quote]what you mugs did last season is not relevant to next season your manager has no premier league experience and burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha - I think you will find that by getting 93 massive points last season we now find ourselves in the Premier League this forthcoming season. I would say that last season DID have relevance to this season. Jeez Louise. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -3

3:08pm Wed 9 Jul 14

A Darener says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc.

If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did.

You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW.

So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.
How can somebody be so delusional and not in an institute?
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc. If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did. You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW. So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.[/p][/quote]How can somebody be so delusional and not in an institute? A Darener
  • Score: 7

3:19pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

A Darener wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc.

If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did.

You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW.

So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.
How can somebody be so delusional and not in an institute?
He is in an institute, it's called Burnley.....
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc. If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did. You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW. So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.[/p][/quote]How can somebody be so delusional and not in an institute?[/p][/quote]He is in an institute, it's called Burnley..... Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 9

3:40pm Wed 9 Jul 14

owd nick says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
I'd keep him but he must be given a proper chance. It's a long hard season and Bowyer will need to rotate the squad, injuries, suspensions etc. If he's matured enough to realise it's team game he will be an asset. Can't see any point selling him for a few hundred thousand.
The key phrase is, "Has he matured?"

It may simply be that the style of football in this country doesn't suit him.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: I'd keep him but he must be given a proper chance. It's a long hard season and Bowyer will need to rotate the squad, injuries, suspensions etc. If he's matured enough to realise it's team game he will be an asset. Can't see any point selling him for a few hundred thousand.[/p][/quote]The key phrase is, "Has he matured?" It may simply be that the style of football in this country doesn't suit him. owd nick
  • Score: 5

3:42pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

Burnley are in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are a whole division below.

Burnley are a very wealthy and debt-free football club managed sensibly by a boardroom full of successful local businessmen who also happen to be supporters of the club. Blackburn Rovers are over £60million in debt, subject to a transfer embargo as of January and are run by Indian chicken farmers who are scared of setting foot inside their own club for fear of violent snowball throwing natives.

In the last fixture between the two teams Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers. Burnley have remained unbeaten by Blackburn Rovers for over 5 years.

Burnley are without any doubt whatsoever a far bigger and better club than Blackburn Rovers.

Any objection from Blackburn Rovers fans can be put down to jealous desperation.
Burnley are in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are a whole division below. Burnley are a very wealthy and debt-free football club managed sensibly by a boardroom full of successful local businessmen who also happen to be supporters of the club. Blackburn Rovers are over £60million in debt, subject to a transfer embargo as of January and are run by Indian chicken farmers who are scared of setting foot inside their own club for fear of violent snowball throwing natives. In the last fixture between the two teams Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers. Burnley have remained unbeaten by Blackburn Rovers for over 5 years. Burnley are without any doubt whatsoever a far bigger and better club than Blackburn Rovers. Any objection from Blackburn Rovers fans can be put down to jealous desperation. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: -9

4:10pm Wed 9 Jul 14

A Darener says...

We don't object! We just don't care! Your opinions are irrelevant.
We don't object! We just don't care! Your opinions are irrelevant. A Darener
  • Score: 5

4:28pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Welsh Rover says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc.

If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did.

You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW.

So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.
Oh... Oh... Ooooh, you cheeky little scamp, you nearly got me! For a moment there I actually thought you were being serious. In the event of United, Liverpool and Arsenal getting relegated, Burnley would be the bigger club. Top joke, boyo. The size of the clubs' fanbase, as well as it's history and facilities is irrelevant. That's classic 'Chuck' right there, brilliant. Burnley are bigger than Blackburn and Leeds because they're spending their second season in the top flight for the first time since the 70s. Surely the cherry on the top of this custard pie of a post. When I called you a cartoon I didn't realise you were such a funny one.

Quality gags throughout.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc. If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did. You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW. So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.[/p][/quote]Oh... Oh... Ooooh, you cheeky little scamp, you nearly got me! For a moment there I actually thought you were being serious. In the event of United, Liverpool and Arsenal getting relegated, Burnley would be the bigger club. Top joke, boyo. The size of the clubs' fanbase, as well as it's history and facilities is irrelevant. That's classic 'Chuck' right there, brilliant. Burnley are bigger than Blackburn and Leeds because they're spending their second season in the top flight for the first time since the 70s. Surely the cherry on the top of this custard pie of a post. When I called you a cartoon I didn't realise you were such a funny one. Quality gags throughout. Welsh Rover
  • Score: 15

4:43pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Welsh Rover wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc.

If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did.

You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW.

So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.
Oh... Oh... Ooooh, you cheeky little scamp, you nearly got me! For a moment there I actually thought you were being serious. In the event of United, Liverpool and Arsenal getting relegated, Burnley would be the bigger club. Top joke, boyo. The size of the clubs' fanbase, as well as it's history and facilities is irrelevant. That's classic 'Chuck' right there, brilliant. Burnley are bigger than Blackburn and Leeds because they're spending their second season in the top flight for the first time since the 70s. Surely the cherry on the top of this custard pie of a post. When I called you a cartoon I didn't realise you were such a funny one.

Quality gags throughout.
Please answer the below questions with a YES or NO:

Are you in the Premier League?

Are you opening your league campaign with a home match against Chelsea?

Do you have a bye through to the second round of the League Cup like the rest of the PL sides?

Will your players be wearing a Premier League badge on their arms next season?

Are you looking forward to your defeats against Rotherham, Charlton, Bournemouth and Brentford?

If the answer to all the above questions is YES, then congratulations, you are a fan of a Football Club that has earned its right to compete in the top league of English Football.

If however the answer to all of the above questions is NO then unfortunately you appear to be a Second Division Blackburn supporter - commiserations, it must be **** awful for you to deal with.
[quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc. If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did. You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW. So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.[/p][/quote]Oh... Oh... Ooooh, you cheeky little scamp, you nearly got me! For a moment there I actually thought you were being serious. In the event of United, Liverpool and Arsenal getting relegated, Burnley would be the bigger club. Top joke, boyo. The size of the clubs' fanbase, as well as it's history and facilities is irrelevant. That's classic 'Chuck' right there, brilliant. Burnley are bigger than Blackburn and Leeds because they're spending their second season in the top flight for the first time since the 70s. Surely the cherry on the top of this custard pie of a post. When I called you a cartoon I didn't realise you were such a funny one. Quality gags throughout.[/p][/quote]Please answer the below questions with a YES or NO: Are you in the Premier League? Are you opening your league campaign with a home match against Chelsea? Do you have a bye through to the second round of the League Cup like the rest of the PL sides? Will your players be wearing a Premier League badge on their arms next season? Are you looking forward to your defeats against Rotherham, Charlton, Bournemouth and Brentford? If the answer to all the above questions is YES, then congratulations, you are a fan of a Football Club that has earned its right to compete in the top league of English Football. If however the answer to all of the above questions is NO then unfortunately you appear to be a Second Division Blackburn supporter - commiserations, it must be **** awful for you to deal with. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -7

4:53pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Welsh Rover says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc.

If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did.

You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW.

So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.
Oh... Oh... Ooooh, you cheeky little scamp, you nearly got me! For a moment there I actually thought you were being serious. In the event of United, Liverpool and Arsenal getting relegated, Burnley would be the bigger club. Top joke, boyo. The size of the clubs' fanbase, as well as it's history and facilities is irrelevant. That's classic 'Chuck' right there, brilliant. Burnley are bigger than Blackburn and Leeds because they're spending their second season in the top flight for the first time since the 70s. Surely the cherry on the top of this custard pie of a post. When I called you a cartoon I didn't realise you were such a funny one.

Quality gags throughout.
Please answer the below questions with a YES or NO:

Are you in the Premier League?

Are you opening your league campaign with a home match against Chelsea?

Do you have a bye through to the second round of the League Cup like the rest of the PL sides?

Will your players be wearing a Premier League badge on their arms next season?

Are you looking forward to your defeats against Rotherham, Charlton, Bournemouth and Brentford?

If the answer to all the above questions is YES, then congratulations, you are a fan of a Football Club that has earned its right to compete in the top league of English Football.

If however the answer to all of the above questions is NO then unfortunately you appear to be a Second Division Blackburn supporter - commiserations, it must be **** awful for you to deal with.
What a spoil sport! I love quizzes but you've intentionally created one that's impossible to finish you little scamp.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc. If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did. You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW. So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.[/p][/quote]Oh... Oh... Ooooh, you cheeky little scamp, you nearly got me! For a moment there I actually thought you were being serious. In the event of United, Liverpool and Arsenal getting relegated, Burnley would be the bigger club. Top joke, boyo. The size of the clubs' fanbase, as well as it's history and facilities is irrelevant. That's classic 'Chuck' right there, brilliant. Burnley are bigger than Blackburn and Leeds because they're spending their second season in the top flight for the first time since the 70s. Surely the cherry on the top of this custard pie of a post. When I called you a cartoon I didn't realise you were such a funny one. Quality gags throughout.[/p][/quote]Please answer the below questions with a YES or NO: Are you in the Premier League? Are you opening your league campaign with a home match against Chelsea? Do you have a bye through to the second round of the League Cup like the rest of the PL sides? Will your players be wearing a Premier League badge on their arms next season? Are you looking forward to your defeats against Rotherham, Charlton, Bournemouth and Brentford? If the answer to all the above questions is YES, then congratulations, you are a fan of a Football Club that has earned its right to compete in the top league of English Football. If however the answer to all of the above questions is NO then unfortunately you appear to be a Second Division Blackburn supporter - commiserations, it must be **** awful for you to deal with.[/p][/quote]What a spoil sport! I love quizzes but you've intentionally created one that's impossible to finish you little scamp. Welsh Rover
  • Score: 9

5:09pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc.

If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did.

You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW.

So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.
Oh... Oh... Ooooh, you cheeky little scamp, you nearly got me! For a moment there I actually thought you were being serious. In the event of United, Liverpool and Arsenal getting relegated, Burnley would be the bigger club. Top joke, boyo. The size of the clubs' fanbase, as well as it's history and facilities is irrelevant. That's classic 'Chuck' right there, brilliant. Burnley are bigger than Blackburn and Leeds because they're spending their second season in the top flight for the first time since the 70s. Surely the cherry on the top of this custard pie of a post. When I called you a cartoon I didn't realise you were such a funny one.

Quality gags throughout.
Please answer the below questions with a YES or NO:

Are you in the Premier League?

Are you opening your league campaign with a home match against Chelsea?

Do you have a bye through to the second round of the League Cup like the rest of the PL sides?

Will your players be wearing a Premier League badge on their arms next season?

Are you looking forward to your defeats against Rotherham, Charlton, Bournemouth and Brentford?

If the answer to all the above questions is YES, then congratulations, you are a fan of a Football Club that has earned its right to compete in the top league of English Football.

If however the answer to all of the above questions is NO then unfortunately you appear to be a Second Division Blackburn supporter - commiserations, it must be **** awful for you to deal with.
1.....not this year

2.....not this year

3.....not this year

4.....got 15 of those shirts, how many have you got?

5.....Diidn't know about those defeats,. I'll have to get some money on. Thanks.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc. If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did. You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW. So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.[/p][/quote]Oh... Oh... Ooooh, you cheeky little scamp, you nearly got me! For a moment there I actually thought you were being serious. In the event of United, Liverpool and Arsenal getting relegated, Burnley would be the bigger club. Top joke, boyo. The size of the clubs' fanbase, as well as it's history and facilities is irrelevant. That's classic 'Chuck' right there, brilliant. Burnley are bigger than Blackburn and Leeds because they're spending their second season in the top flight for the first time since the 70s. Surely the cherry on the top of this custard pie of a post. When I called you a cartoon I didn't realise you were such a funny one. Quality gags throughout.[/p][/quote]Please answer the below questions with a YES or NO: Are you in the Premier League? Are you opening your league campaign with a home match against Chelsea? Do you have a bye through to the second round of the League Cup like the rest of the PL sides? Will your players be wearing a Premier League badge on their arms next season? Are you looking forward to your defeats against Rotherham, Charlton, Bournemouth and Brentford? If the answer to all the above questions is YES, then congratulations, you are a fan of a Football Club that has earned its right to compete in the top league of English Football. If however the answer to all of the above questions is NO then unfortunately you appear to be a Second Division Blackburn supporter - commiserations, it must be **** awful for you to deal with.[/p][/quote]1.....not this year 2.....not this year 3.....not this year 4.....got 15 of those shirts, how many have you got? 5.....Diidn't know about those defeats,. I'll have to get some money on. Thanks. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 13

5:10pm Wed 9 Jul 14

reiko082 says...

How did this comments section get so derailed? Is this really what makes people self satisfied? Some of your lives must be incredibly empty.

On topic, I think we should keep Rochina if we are to mount a serious challenge. He provides a different option of attack with Rhodes. Gestede provides the ariel threat, Rochina the skill and ability on the ground behind the striker. The fact is, if we were to be near the top of the table teams will try to come to Ewood to hold out for a point and players with undoubted ability will be needed to unlock defences.

I think if we're not challenging by January, we should then consider letting him go.
How did this comments section get so derailed? Is this really what makes people self satisfied? Some of your lives must be incredibly empty. On topic, I think we should keep Rochina if we are to mount a serious challenge. He provides a different option of attack with Rhodes. Gestede provides the ariel threat, Rochina the skill and ability on the ground behind the striker. The fact is, if we were to be near the top of the table teams will try to come to Ewood to hold out for a point and players with undoubted ability will be needed to unlock defences. I think if we're not challenging by January, we should then consider letting him go. reiko082
  • Score: 0

5:15pm Wed 9 Jul 14

reiko082 says...

*aerial :)
*aerial :) reiko082
  • Score: 0

5:18pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Cumbrian Blue says...

(Expensive) Impact Player Off The Bench... SELL!
(Expensive) Impact Player Off The Bench... SELL! Cumbrian Blue
  • Score: 3

5:20pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Welsh Rover says...

reiko082 wrote:
How did this comments section get so derailed? Is this really what makes people self satisfied? Some of your lives must be incredibly empty.

On topic, I think we should keep Rochina if we are to mount a serious challenge. He provides a different option of attack with Rhodes. Gestede provides the ariel threat, Rochina the skill and ability on the ground behind the striker. The fact is, if we were to be near the top of the table teams will try to come to Ewood to hold out for a point and players with undoubted ability will be needed to unlock defences.

I think if we're not challenging by January, we should then consider letting him go.
Who would you drop to accommodate Rochina?
[quote][p][bold]reiko082[/bold] wrote: How did this comments section get so derailed? Is this really what makes people self satisfied? Some of your lives must be incredibly empty. On topic, I think we should keep Rochina if we are to mount a serious challenge. He provides a different option of attack with Rhodes. Gestede provides the ariel threat, Rochina the skill and ability on the ground behind the striker. The fact is, if we were to be near the top of the table teams will try to come to Ewood to hold out for a point and players with undoubted ability will be needed to unlock defences. I think if we're not challenging by January, we should then consider letting him go.[/p][/quote]Who would you drop to accommodate Rochina? Welsh Rover
  • Score: 5

6:40pm Wed 9 Jul 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc.

If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did.

You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW.

So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.
Oh... Oh... Ooooh, you cheeky little scamp, you nearly got me! For a moment there I actually thought you were being serious. In the event of United, Liverpool and Arsenal getting relegated, Burnley would be the bigger club. Top joke, boyo. The size of the clubs' fanbase, as well as it's history and facilities is irrelevant. That's classic 'Chuck' right there, brilliant. Burnley are bigger than Blackburn and Leeds because they're spending their second season in the top flight for the first time since the 70s. Surely the cherry on the top of this custard pie of a post. When I called you a cartoon I didn't realise you were such a funny one.

Quality gags throughout.
Please answer the below questions with a YES or NO:

Are you in the Premier League?

Are you opening your league campaign with a home match against Chelsea?

Do you have a bye through to the second round of the League Cup like the rest of the PL sides?

Will your players be wearing a Premier League badge on their arms next season?

Are you looking forward to your defeats against Rotherham, Charlton, Bournemouth and Brentford?

If the answer to all the above questions is YES, then congratulations, you are a fan of a Football Club that has earned its right to compete in the top league of English Football.

If however the answer to all of the above questions is NO then unfortunately you appear to be a Second Division Blackburn supporter - commiserations, it must be **** awful for you to deal with.
Really? Are you actually boasting to the supporters of the most successful town club in the country because Bonleh players are wearing Premier League badges and are playing Chelsea?

The comments of someone who's only ever known mass failure in lower league football, in lower league grounds, in front of lower league crowds.

I shame for you pal.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: The 'cartoon' says that being in a higher division makes you the bigger club. Based on that logic, if Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal get relegated at the end of the season, that would mean that Burnley are a bigger club than them too, yes? Also, using the same logic, the order of 'bigness' would change every week depending on results, and to hell with history, fanbase, stadia, etc. If this was rocket science then NASA wouldn't have put a man in a tree, let alone on the moon. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision![/p][/quote]Yes my simple little friend, you are correct in your logical assumptions, well done, if Man Utd et al got relegated then yes we would be a bigger club than them. The only slight difference is that Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool wouldn't EVER embarrassingly get relegated like Blackburn did. You sound like a deluded Leeds United fan talking about themselves being a big club because of their ground or the amount of fans they get through the gates or the amount of away fans they take etc etc - the simple salient point is that NONE OF THIS MATTERS, it is all about the here and now - how good your team is RIGHT NOW. So I know it is difficult for you to accept (Maybe counselling can help?), but Burnley ARE bigger and better than Blackburn.[/p][/quote]Oh... Oh... Ooooh, you cheeky little scamp, you nearly got me! For a moment there I actually thought you were being serious. In the event of United, Liverpool and Arsenal getting relegated, Burnley would be the bigger club. Top joke, boyo. The size of the clubs' fanbase, as well as it's history and facilities is irrelevant. That's classic 'Chuck' right there, brilliant. Burnley are bigger than Blackburn and Leeds because they're spending their second season in the top flight for the first time since the 70s. Surely the cherry on the top of this custard pie of a post. When I called you a cartoon I didn't realise you were such a funny one. Quality gags throughout.[/p][/quote]Please answer the below questions with a YES or NO: Are you in the Premier League? Are you opening your league campaign with a home match against Chelsea? Do you have a bye through to the second round of the League Cup like the rest of the PL sides? Will your players be wearing a Premier League badge on their arms next season? Are you looking forward to your defeats against Rotherham, Charlton, Bournemouth and Brentford? If the answer to all the above questions is YES, then congratulations, you are a fan of a Football Club that has earned its right to compete in the top league of English Football. If however the answer to all of the above questions is NO then unfortunately you appear to be a Second Division Blackburn supporter - commiserations, it must be **** awful for you to deal with.[/p][/quote]Really? Are you actually boasting to the supporters of the most successful town club in the country because Bonleh players are wearing Premier League badges and are playing Chelsea? The comments of someone who's only ever known mass failure in lower league football, in lower league grounds, in front of lower league crowds. I shame for you pal. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 11

7:14pm Wed 9 Jul 14

MatthewCA says...

I feel If he can remain in rovers shirt one more year, he will back to where he dream about and joined 3 years before.

For Business to club, I agree to sell him with a good price.
I feel If he can remain in rovers shirt one more year, he will back to where he dream about and joined 3 years before. For Business to club, I agree to sell him with a good price. MatthewCA
  • Score: 0

7:59pm Wed 9 Jul 14

derpidge says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD, cant wait. RTID
Retard Til I Die?
yes. yes you are
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD, cant wait. RTID[/p][/quote]Retard Til I Die?[/p][/quote]yes. yes you are derpidge
  • Score: 1

8:15pm Wed 9 Jul 14

baldie says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
No-dad's switching allegiance to Burnley so as to watch them on MOTD?... I've heard it all now.

Absolutely pathetic that you turn your back on your own team just because they have been destroyed by their biggest rivals and now ply their trade a whole division below the Clarets....
If anyone knows about turning their back on their own team,it's YOU.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: No-dad's switching allegiance to Burnley so as to watch them on MOTD?... I've heard it all now. Absolutely pathetic that you turn your back on your own team just because they have been destroyed by their biggest rivals and now ply their trade a whole division below the Clarets....[/p][/quote]If anyone knows about turning their back on their own team,it's YOU. baldie
  • Score: 3

8:18pm Wed 9 Jul 14

roverrite says...

Warnie wrote:
Look this guy could come good (cough). I would keep him (cough cough). He was a bargain buy (cough cough cough) .
You need to go see a f doctor pal and not for the cough , but your f head
[quote][p][bold]Warnie[/bold] wrote: Look this guy could come good (cough). I would keep him (cough cough). He was a bargain buy (cough cough cough) .[/p][/quote]You need to go see a f doctor pal and not for the cough , but your f head roverrite
  • Score: 2

8:20pm Wed 9 Jul 14

roverrite says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
Jog on dh
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks.[/p][/quote]Jog on dh roverrite
  • Score: 2

8:21pm Wed 9 Jul 14

roverrite says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
studentrover1995 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.
Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not?

By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year.

Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then?

WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.
Jog on dh
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]studentrover1995[/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: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks.[/p][/quote]Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.[/p][/quote]Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not? By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year. Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then? WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.[/p][/quote]Jog on dh roverrite
  • Score: 1

8:23pm Wed 9 Jul 14

roverrite says...

Rochina is a liability if he was any good he woulc not be going here there and every f where on loan , wake up loons.
Rochina is a liability if he was any good he woulc not be going here there and every f where on loan , wake up loons. roverrite
  • Score: 0

8:35pm Wed 9 Jul 14

baldie says...

roverrite wrote:
Rochina is a liability if he was any good he woulc not be going here there and every f where on loan , wake up loons.
One thing is for sure,if we sell him,and as soon as we lose one,he will become Pele overnight.
A bit like Jason Roberts.
[quote][p][bold]roverrite[/bold] wrote: Rochina is a liability if he was any good he woulc not be going here there and every f where on loan , wake up loons.[/p][/quote]One thing is for sure,if we sell him,and as soon as we lose one,he will become Pele overnight. A bit like Jason Roberts. baldie
  • Score: 2

11:20pm Wed 9 Jul 14

roverstid says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
Rhodes out... Financial Fair Play in..

The tears of the no-dad's will flood the streets of Shadsworth come December.
D'ings looks confused why the big clubs haven't come for him. That's the problem with being linked Burnleys version of KFC.

I heard Madame wants to jump ship and join the Turd the only thing that's putting her off is the smell that makes her wonder whether your ground is sacred.. Seems that cowdung smell just saved you from a Venkys makeover. For now.
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: Rhodes out... Financial Fair Play in.. The tears of the no-dad's will flood the streets of Shadsworth come December.[/p][/quote]D'ings looks confused why the big clubs haven't come for him. That's the problem with being linked Burnleys version of KFC. I heard Madame wants to jump ship and join the Turd the only thing that's putting her off is the smell that makes her wonder whether your ground is sacred.. Seems that cowdung smell just saved you from a Venkys makeover. For now. roverstid
  • Score: 1

11:22pm Wed 9 Jul 14

roverstid says...

Look Up Blackburn wrote:
"I think you will find the PL is a little harder than the Chumpionship."

Another gem from the insightful one. What a moron.
Its also the Easiest league to get out of Dillon.

Boing!
[quote][p][bold]Look Up Blackburn[/bold] wrote: "I think you will find the PL is a little harder than the Chumpionship." Another gem from the insightful one. What a moron.[/p][/quote]Its also the Easiest league to get out of Dillon. Boing! roverstid
  • Score: 1

11:54pm Wed 9 Jul 14

owd nick says...

Welsh Rover wrote:
reiko082 wrote:
How did this comments section get so derailed? Is this really what makes people self satisfied? Some of your lives must be incredibly empty.

On topic, I think we should keep Rochina if we are to mount a serious challenge. He provides a different option of attack with Rhodes. Gestede provides the ariel threat, Rochina the skill and ability on the ground behind the striker. The fact is, if we were to be near the top of the table teams will try to come to Ewood to hold out for a point and players with undoubted ability will be needed to unlock defences.

I think if we're not challenging by January, we should then consider letting him go.
Who would you drop to accommodate Rochina?
No-one.

Bench impact player until he has proved he can be a team player.
[quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reiko082[/bold] wrote: How did this comments section get so derailed? Is this really what makes people self satisfied? Some of your lives must be incredibly empty. On topic, I think we should keep Rochina if we are to mount a serious challenge. He provides a different option of attack with Rhodes. Gestede provides the ariel threat, Rochina the skill and ability on the ground behind the striker. The fact is, if we were to be near the top of the table teams will try to come to Ewood to hold out for a point and players with undoubted ability will be needed to unlock defences. I think if we're not challenging by January, we should then consider letting him go.[/p][/quote]Who would you drop to accommodate Rochina?[/p][/quote]No-one. Bench impact player until he has proved he can be a team player. owd nick
  • Score: 2

8:07am Thu 10 Jul 14

Welsh Rover says...

owd nick wrote:
Welsh Rover wrote:
reiko082 wrote:
How did this comments section get so derailed? Is this really what makes people self satisfied? Some of your lives must be incredibly empty.

On topic, I think we should keep Rochina if we are to mount a serious challenge. He provides a different option of attack with Rhodes. Gestede provides the ariel threat, Rochina the skill and ability on the ground behind the striker. The fact is, if we were to be near the top of the table teams will try to come to Ewood to hold out for a point and players with undoubted ability will be needed to unlock defences.

I think if we're not challenging by January, we should then consider letting him go.
Who would you drop to accommodate Rochina?
No-one.

Bench impact player until he has proved he can be a team player.
That's the problem though, Nick, he doesn't want to sit on the bench. He lasted less than a month on it last season before requesting a loan move back to Spain, citing homesickness as one of his reasons. The same happened the season before when he requested a loan move on transfer deadline day after he found out he was going to be on the bench the following game. I'd love it if he was willing to stay and fight for his place without incident, he's a very gifted player, but as well as his obvious flaws on the pitch, off it he doesn't seem to have the right attitude.

He's contracted to us for another year, and ultimately it's up to Bowyer what happens. For me, I can't see the logic of paying a miserable Rochina to sit on the bench until next January when he'll ultimately be loaned out again, upon the completion of which he'll become a free agent. That doesn't benefit the club one iota. I'd rather we got a transfer fee now and freed up a space on the bench for someone who does want to fight for their place in the team.

Obviously, this is just my opinion based on what has gone before in the last few seasons. If Rochina has matured, and is willing to do what is asked of him by the manager, then I'd happily keep him. The only question then is whether we really need to be offering Dunn fresh terms?

Who'd be a manager, eh?

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Welsh Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reiko082[/bold] wrote: How did this comments section get so derailed? Is this really what makes people self satisfied? Some of your lives must be incredibly empty. On topic, I think we should keep Rochina if we are to mount a serious challenge. He provides a different option of attack with Rhodes. Gestede provides the ariel threat, Rochina the skill and ability on the ground behind the striker. The fact is, if we were to be near the top of the table teams will try to come to Ewood to hold out for a point and players with undoubted ability will be needed to unlock defences. I think if we're not challenging by January, we should then consider letting him go.[/p][/quote]Who would you drop to accommodate Rochina?[/p][/quote]No-one. Bench impact player until he has proved he can be a team player.[/p][/quote]That's the problem though, Nick, he doesn't want to sit on the bench. He lasted less than a month on it last season before requesting a loan move back to Spain, citing homesickness as one of his reasons. The same happened the season before when he requested a loan move on transfer deadline day after he found out he was going to be on the bench the following game. I'd love it if he was willing to stay and fight for his place without incident, he's a very gifted player, but as well as his obvious flaws on the pitch, off it he doesn't seem to have the right attitude. He's contracted to us for another year, and ultimately it's up to Bowyer what happens. For me, I can't see the logic of paying a miserable Rochina to sit on the bench until next January when he'll ultimately be loaned out again, upon the completion of which he'll become a free agent. That doesn't benefit the club one iota. I'd rather we got a transfer fee now and freed up a space on the bench for someone who does want to fight for their place in the team. Obviously, this is just my opinion based on what has gone before in the last few seasons. If Rochina has matured, and is willing to do what is asked of him by the manager, then I'd happily keep him. The only question then is whether we really need to be offering Dunn fresh terms? Who'd be a manager, eh? Dewch Ar Chi Gleision! Welsh Rover
  • Score: 3

9:42am Thu 10 Jul 14

studentrover1995 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
studentrover1995 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.
Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not?

By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year.

Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then?

WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.
I guess we will see in 10 months time. And I can honestly 100% say I am not jealous because, regardless of what league you are in, you still support Burnley. And for that I am truly sorry.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]studentrover1995[/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: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks.[/p][/quote]Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.[/p][/quote]Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not? By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year. Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then? WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.[/p][/quote]I guess we will see in 10 months time. And I can honestly 100% say I am not jealous because, regardless of what league you are in, you still support Burnley. And for that I am truly sorry. studentrover1995
  • Score: 5

9:42am Thu 10 Jul 14

studentrover1995 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
studentrover1995 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle.
burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7
Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to?

Bless your little cotton socks.
Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.
Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not?

By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year.

Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then?

WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.
I guess we will see in 10 months time. And I can honestly 100% say I am not jealous because, regardless of what league you are in, you still support Burnley. And for that I am truly sorry.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]studentrover1995[/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: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]there is only one club around here that will be in a relegation battle. burnley are still favorites to be relegated from premier league at 4/7[/p][/quote]Yawn, and we were third favourites to get relegated from the CHUMPIONSHIP last season - how did that one turn out Jimbo? Do you remember our 93 big points and our automatic promotion to the division that you all have wet dreams about returning to? Bless your little cotton socks.[/p][/quote]Aww, such a cute and deluded little dingle. We do have to say well done for fluking one season and getting into the premier league. But don't expect to get 93 points and champions league football just because the bookies are against you; you'll still be crying with disappointment after an embarrassing season of relegation without a fight.[/p][/quote]Hmm, fluking one season? Lets see how you manage to get out of the 'Hardest League in the World' - It should be easy for the former PL champions should it not? By the way your bigger and better rivals have managed it TWICE in the last five years - good luck, you will need it, as you will be lucky to finish in the top half next year. Burnley are in the Premier League, I know how much it hurts you to admit it, and just how jealous you are of this fact, so you and your horse-bothering cronies console your deluded selves with the thought that we will get relegated - what if we don't? Have you even contemplated this fact? What if we replicate Palace and Hull and stay up comfortably? What will you say then? WE are Premier League and YOU are Soooooooo jealous, it's OK to admit it you know, it might be therapeutic for you and help your recovery.[/p][/quote]I guess we will see in 10 months time. And I can honestly 100% say I am not jealous because, regardless of what league you are in, you still support Burnley. And for that I am truly sorry. studentrover1995
  • Score: 0

3:42pm Fri 11 Jul 14

RoboftheRovers2 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle.

Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.
Well he is playing against Telford most likelyu tomorrow so that's a spanor in the work my deluded dingle friend.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Oh I am sure that he is just DYING to play for Rovers again in their SECOND DIVISION relegation battle. Deluded, you will never see him again in a Blackburn shirt.[/p][/quote]Well he is playing against Telford most likelyu tomorrow so that's a spanor in the work my deluded dingle friend. RoboftheRovers2
  • Score: 0

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