FULL TIME: Blackburn Rovers 2 Norwich City 0

First published in Sport This Is Lancashire: Photograph of the Author by , Blackburn Rovers reporter

BLACKBURN Rovers gave themselves a Premier League lifeline this afternoon with a 2-0 win over Norwich City.

Junior Hoilett's brilliant second half strike added to Mauro Formica's first half goal to move Rovers ahead of Bolton and just three points behind Wigan.

Norwich City started brightly and should have been ahead on nine minutes when Jon Howson's pull back from the bye line caused panic in Rovers' penalty area.

The ball eventually dropped to James Vaughan just eight yards from goal but, left completely unmarked, he missed his kick as Rovers scrambled the ball to safety.

Rovers were appealing for a penalty kick just minutes later after Norwich defender Russell Martin appeared to flick Morten Gamst Pedersen's free kick away with his fingers, but referee Kevin Friend awarded a goal kick.

Rovers started to gain some control of the game and almost went ahead on 22 minutes after some Junior Hoilett trickery.

The Canadian found space down the right flank and his whipped cross was fumbled by goalkeeper John Ruddy but, with Pedersen waiting to pounce, Elliott Ward hacked clear.

At the other end Paul Robinson reacted well to push Jon Howson's fierce 25-yard shot over the bar on the half hour mark.

Yakubu was inches away from getting on the end of Pedersen's chipped cross , while Grant Holt headed just wide for the visitors on 36.

Rovers were agonisingly close to the opener on 38 as Yakubu's mis-hit over head kick from close range bobbled against the post, after Pedersen had headed Hoilett's deep cross back across goal.

They didn't have long to wait to break the deadlock though as Mauro Formica volleyed home from close range on 41.

After Yakubu raced down the left channel, his lay back was brilliantly crossed in from Pedersen to pick out the unmarked Formica just yards out and he made no mistake.

Rovers enjoyed the perfect start to the second half thanks to a moment of individual brilliance from Hoilett.

The winger cut inside from the left flank and bent the ball past Ruddy from 25 yards to double Rovers' lead.

Norwich then dominated possession but, able to sit back on what they had, Rovers were able to keep them at bay.

Half way through the half 'We want Venky's out reverberated from all home sections of Ewood Park Aaron Wilbraham had a shot saved by Robinson with 20 minutes left but Rovers held on to three crucial points.

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4:30pm Sat 21 Apr 12

French Rover says...

Come on you Blues...two nil now and 20 mins left - the three points looking good.....! Keep the faith...
Come on you Blues...two nil now and 20 mins left - the three points looking good.....! Keep the faith... French Rover
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5:03pm Sat 21 Apr 12

daan says...

Well done Rovers, played well too ! also well done Blackpool cracking result few beers tonight :)
Well done Rovers, played well too ! also well done Blackpool cracking result few beers tonight :) daan
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5:11pm Sat 21 Apr 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Good work agent Kean!

Seeing pictures of the Bol-Ewood fatherless celebrating and still clinging on to the belief they'll stay up is priceless!!!

GOD SAVE THE KEAN
Good work agent Kean! Seeing pictures of the Bol-Ewood fatherless celebrating and still clinging on to the belief they'll stay up is priceless!!! GOD SAVE THE KEAN burnleyglentoran
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5:18pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Chico! says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Good work agent Kean!

Seeing pictures of the Bol-Ewood fatherless celebrating and still clinging on to the belief they'll stay up is priceless!!!

GOD SAVE THE KEAN
Ooh look, a dingle!

All wave at the dingle!

Careful now, they are timid little creatures, this one's particularly easily startled!
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Good work agent Kean! Seeing pictures of the Bol-Ewood fatherless celebrating and still clinging on to the belief they'll stay up is priceless!!! GOD SAVE THE KEAN[/p][/quote]Ooh look, a dingle! All wave at the dingle! Careful now, they are timid little creatures, this one's particularly easily startled! Chico!
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5:19pm Sat 21 Apr 12

hastings1066 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Good work agent Kean! Seeing pictures of the Bol-Ewood fatherless celebrating and still clinging on to the belief they'll stay up is priceless!!! GOD SAVE THE KEAN
Paddy-Dingle talking :-) you know it makes sense (not) hahahaha
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Good work agent Kean! Seeing pictures of the Bol-Ewood fatherless celebrating and still clinging on to the belief they'll stay up is priceless!!! GOD SAVE THE KEAN[/p][/quote]Paddy-Dingle talking :-) you know it makes sense (not) hahahaha hastings1066
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5:24pm Sat 21 Apr 12

PersianRover says...

Even Petrovic looked good, winning all the headers, and unlike Nzonzi, was charging forward at times!!!
Even Petrovic looked good, winning all the headers, and unlike Nzonzi, was charging forward at times!!! PersianRover
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5:36pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Tuesday 24 April 2012
19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton

Saturday 28 April 2012
15:00 Sunderland v Bolton
15:00 Wigan v Newcastle

Sunday 29 April 2012
13:30 Chelsea v QPR
16:00 Spurts v Blackburn

Wednesday 2 May 2012
20:00 Bolton v Tottenham

Sunday 6 May 2012
14:00 Bolton v West Brom
14:00 QPR v Stoke

Monday 7 May 2012
20:00 Blackburn v Wigan

Sunday 13 May 2012
15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn
15:00 Stoke v Bolton
15:00 Wigan v Wolves
15:00 Man City v QPR

By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there.

The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future.

Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski.

However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows?

Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD.

Discuss.
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Tuesday 24 April 2012 19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 28 April 2012 15:00 Sunderland v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Newcastle Sunday 29 April 2012 13:30 Chelsea v QPR 16:00 Spurts v Blackburn Wednesday 2 May 2012 20:00 Bolton v Tottenham Sunday 6 May 2012 14:00 Bolton v West Brom 14:00 QPR v Stoke Monday 7 May 2012 20:00 Blackburn v Wigan Sunday 13 May 2012 15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn 15:00 Stoke v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Wolves 15:00 Man City v QPR By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there. The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future. Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski. However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows? Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD. Discuss. ------------------- http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/ Melanie :-)
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5:44pm Sat 21 Apr 12

ford10 says...

Chico! wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Good work agent Kean!

Seeing pictures of the Bol-Ewood fatherless celebrating and still clinging on to the belief they'll stay up is priceless!!!

GOD SAVE THE KEAN
Ooh look, a dingle!

All wave at the dingle!

Careful now, they are timid little creatures, this one's particularly easily startled!
hello dingle
[quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Good work agent Kean! Seeing pictures of the Bol-Ewood fatherless celebrating and still clinging on to the belief they'll stay up is priceless!!! GOD SAVE THE KEAN[/p][/quote]Ooh look, a dingle! All wave at the dingle! Careful now, they are timid little creatures, this one's particularly easily startled![/p][/quote]hello dingle ford10
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5:46pm Sat 21 Apr 12

burner says...

Naturally, I'm well chuffed but I can't help the feeling it's all too late. Here's hoping.
Naturally, I'm well chuffed but I can't help the feeling it's all too late. Here's hoping. burner
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5:50pm Sat 21 Apr 12

jack01 says...

I feel that Wigan are irrelevant to ourselves. Even if we manage to beat them at Ewood (assuming we lose our other two) they still host Wolves on the final day and will almost certainly get at least a point which will put them above us.

In addition I see at least one heavy defeat (by at least three goals) against Spurs/Chelsea which will send us down on goal difference if it comes to that.

Our only hope is by beating Wigan, and hoping that QPR/Bolton both capitulate. I can see QPR going down, as Stoke at home is their only remaining fixture that they should win. As for Bolton they have a couple of dodgy fixtures e.g. Sunderland, Villa and Stoke away, but I still expect them to reach at least 35 points with some hard fought draws against teams with nothing to play for. That home game against West Brom will probably keep them up.

I just cannot see us finishing above both QPR and Bolton, and I feel that Wigan will be safe regardless. We have missed our chance with woeful defeats to Liverpool, Swansea, Bolton and West Brom, where 4 points from those would probably have done the job. A great shame but that is what happens when you produce such a run of pathetic performances whilst the likes of Wigan and QPR show fight and determination.

Only a surprise result(s) from the away games will give us a chance.
I feel that Wigan are irrelevant to ourselves. Even if we manage to beat them at Ewood (assuming we lose our other two) they still host Wolves on the final day and will almost certainly get at least a point which will put them above us. In addition I see at least one heavy defeat (by at least three goals) against Spurs/Chelsea which will send us down on goal difference if it comes to that. Our only hope is by beating Wigan, and hoping that QPR/Bolton both capitulate. I can see QPR going down, as Stoke at home is their only remaining fixture that they should win. As for Bolton they have a couple of dodgy fixtures e.g. Sunderland, Villa and Stoke away, but I still expect them to reach at least 35 points with some hard fought draws against teams with nothing to play for. That home game against West Brom will probably keep them up. I just cannot see us finishing above both QPR and Bolton, and I feel that Wigan will be safe regardless. We have missed our chance with woeful defeats to Liverpool, Swansea, Bolton and West Brom, where 4 points from those would probably have done the job. A great shame but that is what happens when you produce such a run of pathetic performances whilst the likes of Wigan and QPR show fight and determination. Only a surprise result(s) from the away games will give us a chance. jack01
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5:50pm Sat 21 Apr 12

petrel says...

if they play like this who knows keep the faith just a great result today
if they play like this who knows keep the faith just a great result today petrel
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5:59pm Sat 21 Apr 12

DoyouknowhoIam? says...

Well Spurs aren't helping the cause are they....?
Well Spurs aren't helping the cause are they....? DoyouknowhoIam?
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6:04pm Sat 21 Apr 12

flyingv1 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Good work agent Kean! Seeing pictures of the Bol-Ewood fatherless celebrating and still clinging on to the belief they'll stay up is priceless!!! GOD SAVE THE KEAN
Oh I do like to be beside the seaside, I do like to be beside the sea.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Good work agent Kean! Seeing pictures of the Bol-Ewood fatherless celebrating and still clinging on to the belief they'll stay up is priceless!!! GOD SAVE THE KEAN[/p][/quote]Oh I do like to be beside the seaside, I do like to be beside the sea. flyingv1
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6:07pm Sat 21 Apr 12

givet82 says...

what a wkend dingles get blitz again 4-0 and we win 2-0 ha ha ha ha
what a wkend dingles get blitz again 4-0 and we win 2-0 ha ha ha ha givet82
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6:07pm Sat 21 Apr 12

givet82 says...

what a wkend dingles get blitz again 4-0 and we win 2-0 ha ha ha ha
what a wkend dingles get blitz again 4-0 and we win 2-0 ha ha ha ha givet82
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6:07pm Sat 21 Apr 12

givet82 says...

what a wkend dingles get blitz again 4-0 and we win 2-0 ha ha ha ha
what a wkend dingles get blitz again 4-0 and we win 2-0 ha ha ha ha givet82
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6:07pm Sat 21 Apr 12

givet82 says...

what a wkend dingles get blitz again 4-0 and we win 2-0 ha ha ha ha
what a wkend dingles get blitz again 4-0 and we win 2-0 ha ha ha ha givet82
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6:07pm Sat 21 Apr 12

merlinrabbit says...

Come on here and again, Burnley fans talking about Rovers and under the Burnley result, no Burnley fans. You just love Rovers. You know you do.
Come on here and again, Burnley fans talking about Rovers and under the Burnley result, no Burnley fans. You just love Rovers. You know you do. merlinrabbit
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6:12pm Sat 21 Apr 12

merlinrabbit says...

Result was needed but its too late. That team were very capable of beating Bolton, Swansea. Wigan are safe. They only need to beat Wolves. With Bolton's games in hand you would think they would pick up enough points but QPR under the better manager, are doing well in the games which were supposed to be the hardest. I reckon the season will finish with Bolton joining us and Wolves. I actually think its a waste of a place having Wigan in the PL. Their support is so poor. Can never fill one stand and the away support always seems like the home support. Its a rugby town and the ground is always full for rugby
Result was needed but its too late. That team were very capable of beating Bolton, Swansea. Wigan are safe. They only need to beat Wolves. With Bolton's games in hand you would think they would pick up enough points but QPR under the better manager, are doing well in the games which were supposed to be the hardest. I reckon the season will finish with Bolton joining us and Wolves. I actually think its a waste of a place having Wigan in the PL. Their support is so poor. Can never fill one stand and the away support always seems like the home support. Its a rugby town and the ground is always full for rugby merlinrabbit
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6:20pm Sat 21 Apr 12

French Rover says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
Result was needed but its too late. That team were very capable of beating Bolton, Swansea. Wigan are safe. They only need to beat Wolves. With Bolton's games in hand you would think they would pick up enough points but QPR under the better manager, are doing well in the games which were supposed to be the hardest. I reckon the season will finish with Bolton joining us and Wolves. I actually think its a waste of a place having Wigan in the PL. Their support is so poor. Can never fill one stand and the away support always seems like the home support. Its a rugby town and the ground is always full for rugby
Great win for the team and fans - there is still hope!

Wigan won't get another point this season...but our three points against them probably will not be enough without a point from the games at Spurs or Chelsea..

as our song says:

never give in
go out to win
forever will be our aim...

Well done the Blues!
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Result was needed but its too late. That team were very capable of beating Bolton, Swansea. Wigan are safe. They only need to beat Wolves. With Bolton's games in hand you would think they would pick up enough points but QPR under the better manager, are doing well in the games which were supposed to be the hardest. I reckon the season will finish with Bolton joining us and Wolves. I actually think its a waste of a place having Wigan in the PL. Their support is so poor. Can never fill one stand and the away support always seems like the home support. Its a rugby town and the ground is always full for rugby[/p][/quote]Great win for the team and fans - there is still hope! Wigan won't get another point this season...but our three points against them probably will not be enough without a point from the games at Spurs or Chelsea.. as our song says: never give in go out to win forever will be our aim... Well done the Blues! French Rover
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6:30pm Sat 21 Apr 12

merlinrabbit says...

French Rover wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Result was needed but its too late. That team were very capable of beating Bolton, Swansea. Wigan are safe. They only need to beat Wolves. With Bolton's games in hand you would think they would pick up enough points but QPR under the better manager, are doing well in the games which were supposed to be the hardest. I reckon the season will finish with Bolton joining us and Wolves. I actually think its a waste of a place having Wigan in the PL. Their support is so poor. Can never fill one stand and the away support always seems like the home support. Its a rugby town and the ground is always full for rugby
Great win for the team and fans - there is still hope!

Wigan won't get another point this season...but our three points against them probably will not be enough without a point from the games at Spurs or Chelsea..

as our song says:

never give in
go out to win
forever will be our aim...

Well done the Blues!
Wigan wont get another point? You are joking. They will beat Wolves and I wouldnt be so sure they wont beat us. QPR currently beating a woeful Spurs. You can bet they wont play that bad next week
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Result was needed but its too late. That team were very capable of beating Bolton, Swansea. Wigan are safe. They only need to beat Wolves. With Bolton's games in hand you would think they would pick up enough points but QPR under the better manager, are doing well in the games which were supposed to be the hardest. I reckon the season will finish with Bolton joining us and Wolves. I actually think its a waste of a place having Wigan in the PL. Their support is so poor. Can never fill one stand and the away support always seems like the home support. Its a rugby town and the ground is always full for rugby[/p][/quote]Great win for the team and fans - there is still hope! Wigan won't get another point this season...but our three points against them probably will not be enough without a point from the games at Spurs or Chelsea.. as our song says: never give in go out to win forever will be our aim... Well done the Blues![/p][/quote]Wigan wont get another point? You are joking. They will beat Wolves and I wouldnt be so sure they wont beat us. QPR currently beating a woeful Spurs. You can bet they wont play that bad next week merlinrabbit
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6:36pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

I'm underwhelmed albeit we have a win and I'm sorry to say that.

Kean proved me wrong on today's result as I believed we wouldn't gain another point ! I guess at this stage and what is precariously positioned how we achieve the points is what matters.

I'm not getting excited or too despondent I will just have to see what develops ?

The one difference I will put forth however, is that Norwich are safe and they played as such. On the other hand our last 3 games are V teams who have it all to play for and they will most certainly be a different proposition. Of course, hope springs eternal and all things are possible in football.

The crux game for myself will be the last game should everything still be there to be played for ?

Wigan V Wolves !
Chelsea V BRFC

My backside is coming out on the Town Hall steps should that be any other than 2 home wins !

All the same well done the boys today and hats off to Givet for a sterling performance.

I will not give 'yon mon' to much credit. Forget that.

QPR winning at the moment. Another nail in the coffin ?

Ah well, enjoy your week-end fella's and lassie's.

1 win in six........

Hmmm, I smell a sequence. Roll the dice boys !

Arte et albore
I'm underwhelmed albeit we have a win and I'm sorry to say that. Kean proved me wrong on today's result as I believed we wouldn't gain another point ! I guess at this stage and what is precariously positioned how we achieve the points is what matters. I'm not getting excited or too despondent I will just have to see what develops ? The one difference I will put forth however, is that Norwich are safe and they played as such. On the other hand our last 3 games are V teams who have it all to play for and they will most certainly be a different proposition. Of course, hope springs eternal and all things are possible in football. The crux game for myself will be the last game should everything still be there to be played for ? Wigan V Wolves ! Chelsea V BRFC My backside is coming out on the Town Hall steps should that be any other than 2 home wins ! All the same well done the boys today and hats off to Givet for a sterling performance. I will not give 'yon mon' to much credit. Forget that. QPR winning at the moment. Another nail in the coffin ? Ah well, enjoy your week-end fella's and lassie's. 1 win in six........ Hmmm, I smell a sequence. Roll the dice boys ! Arte et albore Road Runner Road Runner
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6:36pm Sat 21 Apr 12

ste.g says...

comments on a weekend???
comments on a weekend??? ste.g
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6:37pm Sat 21 Apr 12

French Rover says...

Not joking, the Wolves will beat Wigan and so will we...oh ye wizard of little faith.
Not joking, the Wolves will beat Wigan and so will we...oh ye wizard of little faith. French Rover
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6:39pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
I'm underwhelmed albeit we have a win and I'm sorry to say that.

Kean proved me wrong on today's result as I believed we wouldn't gain another point ! I guess at this stage and what is precariously positioned how we achieve the points is what matters.

I'm not getting excited or too despondent I will just have to see what develops ?

The one difference I will put forth however, is that Norwich are safe and they played as such. On the other hand our last 3 games are V teams who have it all to play for and they will most certainly be a different proposition. Of course, hope springs eternal and all things are possible in football.

The crux game for myself will be the last game should everything still be there to be played for ?

Wigan V Wolves !
Chelsea V BRFC

My backside is coming out on the Town Hall steps should that be any other than 2 home wins !

All the same well done the boys today and hats off to Givet for a sterling performance.

I will not give 'yon mon' to much credit. Forget that.

QPR winning at the moment. Another nail in the coffin ?

Ah well, enjoy your week-end fella's and lassie's.

1 win in six........

Hmmm, I smell a sequence. Roll the dice boys !

Arte et albore
Sorry.....

Arte et labore
[quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: I'm underwhelmed albeit we have a win and I'm sorry to say that. Kean proved me wrong on today's result as I believed we wouldn't gain another point ! I guess at this stage and what is precariously positioned how we achieve the points is what matters. I'm not getting excited or too despondent I will just have to see what develops ? The one difference I will put forth however, is that Norwich are safe and they played as such. On the other hand our last 3 games are V teams who have it all to play for and they will most certainly be a different proposition. Of course, hope springs eternal and all things are possible in football. The crux game for myself will be the last game should everything still be there to be played for ? Wigan V Wolves ! Chelsea V BRFC My backside is coming out on the Town Hall steps should that be any other than 2 home wins ! All the same well done the boys today and hats off to Givet for a sterling performance. I will not give 'yon mon' to much credit. Forget that. QPR winning at the moment. Another nail in the coffin ? Ah well, enjoy your week-end fella's and lassie's. 1 win in six........ Hmmm, I smell a sequence. Roll the dice boys ! Arte et albore[/p][/quote]Sorry..... Arte et labore Road Runner Road Runner
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7:35pm Sat 21 Apr 12

burnleyglentoran says...

QPR 1 SPURS 0

That cements the Bol-Ewood Dadless in the relegation places!!!

Anyway, you carry on partying like you've won the Champions League tonight lads. But dont forget, its our turn soon cos...

WE'RE HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!

HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!!!

Off for a bit of a practice now!

CHIM CHIMANY
QPR 1 SPURS 0 That cements the Bol-Ewood Dadless in the relegation places!!! Anyway, you carry on partying like you've won the Champions League tonight lads. But dont forget, its our turn soon cos... WE'RE HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN! HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!!! Off for a bit of a practice now! CHIM CHIMANY burnleyglentoran
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7:37pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Keep Darwen Green says...

Well done Rovers, but I still think its too little too late. but a win was a nice tonic for the weekend.
Good to see the dingles taking a massive drubbing.
Well done Rovers, but I still think its too little too late. but a win was a nice tonic for the weekend. Good to see the dingles taking a massive drubbing. Keep Darwen Green
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7:37pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

QPR beat Spurs - that's a killer.
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Have to be honest mind - Norwich were very poor today. We were not that good until the goal just before half time and then we seemed to get more confidence. But Spurs and Chelsea away - can't see it.
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Miracles and snookers needed now.
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Great to hear the crowd at 2-0 up then chant Kean Out and We Want Venkys Out really bounced round the stadium..
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34th....
QPR beat Spurs - that's a killer. . Have to be honest mind - Norwich were very poor today. We were not that good until the goal just before half time and then we seemed to get more confidence. But Spurs and Chelsea away - can't see it. . Miracles and snookers needed now. . Great to hear the crowd at 2-0 up then chant Kean Out and We Want Venkys Out really bounced round the stadium.. . 34th.... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!
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7:39pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
QPR 1 SPURS 0

That cements the Bol-Ewood Dadless in the relegation places!!!

Anyway, you carry on partying like you've won the Champions League tonight lads. But dont forget, its our turn soon cos...

WE'RE HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!

HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!!!

Off for a bit of a practice now!

CHIM CHIMANY
What's the name of that House Elf in Harry Potter?
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We've been having a party for 34 YEARS!
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: QPR 1 SPURS 0 That cements the Bol-Ewood Dadless in the relegation places!!! Anyway, you carry on partying like you've won the Champions League tonight lads. But dont forget, its our turn soon cos... WE'RE HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN! HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!!! Off for a bit of a practice now! CHIM CHIMANY[/p][/quote]What's the name of that House Elf in Harry Potter? . We've been having a party for 34 YEARS! Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!
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7:53pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Bangkok Rover says...

Watching Spurs they look poor so we have a chance of points against them. QPR well organised as you would expect from Hughesie. I simply cannot see us catching QPR or Wigan. And Bolton have 2 games in hand. It's all too late. Unforgivable results like losing to Wolves at home are to blame.
Venky's out, Kean out.
Watching Spurs they look poor so we have a chance of points against them. QPR well organised as you would expect from Hughesie. I simply cannot see us catching QPR or Wigan. And Bolton have 2 games in hand. It's all too late. Unforgivable results like losing to Wolves at home are to blame. Venky's out, Kean out. Bangkok Rover
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7:58pm Sat 21 Apr 12

merlinrabbit says...

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
QPR 1 SPURS 0

That cements the Bol-Ewood Dadless in the relegation places!!!

Anyway, you carry on partying like you've won the Champions League tonight lads. But dont forget, its our turn soon cos...

WE'RE HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!

HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!!!

Off for a bit of a practice now!

CHIM CHIMANY
What's the name of that House Elf in Harry Potter?
.
We've been having a party for 34 YEARS!
Ha, yeh, they are really having to milk it arent they with so little opportunity in the past but in the scheme of things, a handful of Burnley fans camping out with the Rovers fans is totally irrelevant and unimportant. Weve had a great time in the premier league. Won it, won the league cup, had european football, cup runs, memorable footballers playing for Rovers. In all, a much better and longer time that Burnley have ever had so little wonder they feel so bitter and twisted. Any taunting is pretty useless with the run weve had.
[quote][p][bold]Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: QPR 1 SPURS 0 That cements the Bol-Ewood Dadless in the relegation places!!! Anyway, you carry on partying like you've won the Champions League tonight lads. But dont forget, its our turn soon cos... WE'RE HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN! HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!!! Off for a bit of a practice now! CHIM CHIMANY[/p][/quote]What's the name of that House Elf in Harry Potter? . We've been having a party for 34 YEARS![/p][/quote]Ha, yeh, they are really having to milk it arent they with so little opportunity in the past but in the scheme of things, a handful of Burnley fans camping out with the Rovers fans is totally irrelevant and unimportant. Weve had a great time in the premier league. Won it, won the league cup, had european football, cup runs, memorable footballers playing for Rovers. In all, a much better and longer time that Burnley have ever had so little wonder they feel so bitter and twisted. Any taunting is pretty useless with the run weve had. merlinrabbit
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8:11pm Sat 21 Apr 12

daan says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
QPR 1 SPURS 0

That cements the Bol-Ewood Dadless in the relegation places!!!

Anyway, you carry on partying like you've won the Champions League tonight lads. But dont forget, its our turn soon cos...

WE'RE HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!

HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!!!

Off for a bit of a practice now!

CHIM CHIMANY
Is it going to be a big party ? is Chico going to be there ? Is everybody in Burnley going to turn out ? wow I wish I was a dingle ! maybe if I selotape a fish stick to each of my hands and bring my sister they will let me join in !
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: QPR 1 SPURS 0 That cements the Bol-Ewood Dadless in the relegation places!!! Anyway, you carry on partying like you've won the Champions League tonight lads. But dont forget, its our turn soon cos... WE'RE HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN! HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!!! Off for a bit of a practice now! CHIM CHIMANY[/p][/quote]Is it going to be a big party ? is Chico going to be there ? Is everybody in Burnley going to turn out ? wow I wish I was a dingle ! maybe if I selotape a fish stick to each of my hands and bring my sister they will let me join in ! daan
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8:29pm Sat 21 Apr 12

flyingv1 says...

Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........ flyingv1
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8:35pm Sat 21 Apr 12

flyingv1 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
QPR 1 SPURS 0 That cements the Bol-Ewood Dadless in the relegation places!!! Anyway, you carry on partying like you've won the Champions League tonight lads. But dont forget, its our turn soon cos... WE'RE HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN! HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!!! Off for a bit of a practice now! CHIM CHIMANY
Can I come to your party, PLEASE, I will bring plenty of beer, but it will be non alcoholic, as I would not like it to effect the tablets you are already taking.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: QPR 1 SPURS 0 That cements the Bol-Ewood Dadless in the relegation places!!! Anyway, you carry on partying like you've won the Champions League tonight lads. But dont forget, its our turn soon cos... WE'RE HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN! HAVIN A PARTY WHEN B******DS GO DOWN!!! Off for a bit of a practice now! CHIM CHIMANY[/p][/quote]Can I come to your party, PLEASE, I will bring plenty of beer, but it will be non alcoholic, as I would not like it to effect the tablets you are already taking. flyingv1
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8:37pm Sat 21 Apr 12

flyingv1 says...

Wow, being a dingle already, sorry meant affect, not effect!!
Wow, being a dingle already, sorry meant affect, not effect!! flyingv1
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8:49pm Sat 21 Apr 12

daan says...

flyingv1 wrote:
Wow, being a dingle already, sorry meant affect, not effect!!
gonna have thpagetti hoopths, I like thpagetti hoopths ! hoo wee
[quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Wow, being a dingle already, sorry meant affect, not effect!![/p][/quote]gonna have thpagetti hoopths, I like thpagetti hoopths ! hoo wee daan
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9:10pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

QPR result has possibly sent us down.

I don't think Wigan will beat Newcastle, I think if Rovers can beat Wigan then we have caught them.

However, Wigan have Wolves last day of season and we have Chelski. Maybe if we can pick up a point at either Spurts or Chelski... though i doubt that... still, it's not over.... yet.
QPR result has possibly sent us down. I don't think Wigan will beat Newcastle, I think if Rovers can beat Wigan then we have caught them. However, Wigan have Wolves last day of season and we have Chelski. Maybe if we can pick up a point at either Spurts or Chelski... though i doubt that... still, it's not over.... yet. Melanie :-)
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9:12pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

flyingv1 wrote:
Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Here we go again... blame the fans.

Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are?

You play right into the hands of the media.
[quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........[/p][/quote]Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media. Melanie :-)
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9:13pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
I'm underwhelmed albeit we have a win and I'm sorry to say that.

Kean proved me wrong on today's result as I believed we wouldn't gain another point ! I guess at this stage and what is precariously positioned how we achieve the points is what matters.

I'm not getting excited or too despondent I will just have to see what develops ?

The one difference I will put forth however, is that Norwich are safe and they played as such. On the other hand our last 3 games are V teams who have it all to play for and they will most certainly be a different proposition. Of course, hope springs eternal and all things are possible in football.

The crux game for myself will be the last game should everything still be there to be played for ?

Wigan V Wolves !
Chelsea V BRFC

My backside is coming out on the Town Hall steps should that be any other than 2 home wins !

All the same well done the boys today and hats off to Givet for a sterling performance.

I will not give 'yon mon' to much credit. Forget that.

QPR winning at the moment. Another nail in the coffin ?

Ah well, enjoy your week-end fella's and lassie's.

1 win in six........

Hmmm, I smell a sequence. Roll the dice boys !

Arte et albore
Sorry.....

Arte et labore
My apologies the first sentence gives the impression that I'm sorry we won. I should have said:

'I'm underwhelmed and sorry over that'

I always want our team to win who ever and what ever the circumstances.

Arte et labore
[quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: I'm underwhelmed albeit we have a win and I'm sorry to say that. Kean proved me wrong on today's result as I believed we wouldn't gain another point ! I guess at this stage and what is precariously positioned how we achieve the points is what matters. I'm not getting excited or too despondent I will just have to see what develops ? The one difference I will put forth however, is that Norwich are safe and they played as such. On the other hand our last 3 games are V teams who have it all to play for and they will most certainly be a different proposition. Of course, hope springs eternal and all things are possible in football. The crux game for myself will be the last game should everything still be there to be played for ? Wigan V Wolves ! Chelsea V BRFC My backside is coming out on the Town Hall steps should that be any other than 2 home wins ! All the same well done the boys today and hats off to Givet for a sterling performance. I will not give 'yon mon' to much credit. Forget that. QPR winning at the moment. Another nail in the coffin ? Ah well, enjoy your week-end fella's and lassie's. 1 win in six........ Hmmm, I smell a sequence. Roll the dice boys ! Arte et albore[/p][/quote]Sorry..... Arte et labore[/p][/quote]My apologies the first sentence gives the impression that I'm sorry we won. I should have said: 'I'm underwhelmed and sorry over that' I always want our team to win who ever and what ever the circumstances. Arte et labore Road Runner Road Runner
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9:28pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Bazzer says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
flyingv1 wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.
Melanie..here you go again..blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........[/p][/quote]Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.[/p][/quote]Melanie..here you go again..blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media. Bazzer
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9:35pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Bazzer wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
flyingv1 wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.
Melanie..here you go again..blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.
Bazzer (spazzer) my stalker... you are making no sense.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........[/p][/quote]Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.[/p][/quote]Melanie..here you go again..blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.[/p][/quote]Bazzer (spazzer) my stalker... you are making no sense. Melanie :-)
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9:47pm Sat 21 Apr 12

flyingv1 says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
flyingv1 wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.
Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........[/p][/quote]Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.[/p][/quote]Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result. flyingv1
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10:10pm Sat 21 Apr 12

mellorb&w says...

Anybody else listen to the interview on Talksport with Andy Cryer ?

He bottled an opportunity to put some facts to the Kean loving Talksport presenters and let Alvin Martin mock the fans without putting him straight.
Anybody else listen to the interview on Talksport with Andy Cryer ? He bottled an opportunity to put some facts to the Kean loving Talksport presenters and let Alvin Martin mock the fans without putting him straight. mellorb&w
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10:30pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Shane says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Tuesday 24 April 2012
19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton

Saturday 28 April 2012
15:00 Sunderland v Bolton
15:00 Wigan v Newcastle

Sunday 29 April 2012
13:30 Chelsea v QPR
16:00 Spurts v Blackburn

Wednesday 2 May 2012
20:00 Bolton v Tottenham

Sunday 6 May 2012
14:00 Bolton v West Brom
14:00 QPR v Stoke

Monday 7 May 2012
20:00 Blackburn v Wigan

Sunday 13 May 2012
15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn
15:00 Stoke v Bolton
15:00 Wigan v Wolves
15:00 Man City v QPR

By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there.

The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future.

Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski.

However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows?

Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD.

Discuss.
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Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar?

Discuss
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: Tuesday 24 April 2012 19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 28 April 2012 15:00 Sunderland v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Newcastle Sunday 29 April 2012 13:30 Chelsea v QPR 16:00 Spurts v Blackburn Wednesday 2 May 2012 20:00 Bolton v Tottenham Sunday 6 May 2012 14:00 Bolton v West Brom 14:00 QPR v Stoke Monday 7 May 2012 20:00 Blackburn v Wigan Sunday 13 May 2012 15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn 15:00 Stoke v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Wolves 15:00 Man City v QPR By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there. The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future. Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski. However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows? Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD. Discuss. ------------------- http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/[/p][/quote]Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar? Discuss Shane
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10:43pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Shane says...

flyingv1 wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
flyingv1 wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.
Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.
No she has no idea. Melanie has tunnel vision. At this stage of the season when BRFC are fighting potentially for their survival as a club in any league she is more concerned about removing the owners and manager. Good result today notwithstanding the boo boys.
[quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........[/p][/quote]Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.[/p][/quote]Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.[/p][/quote]No she has no idea. Melanie has tunnel vision. At this stage of the season when BRFC are fighting potentially for their survival as a club in any league she is more concerned about removing the owners and manager. Good result today notwithstanding the boo boys. Shane
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10:58pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Shane wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Tuesday 24 April 2012
19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton

Saturday 28 April 2012
15:00 Sunderland v Bolton
15:00 Wigan v Newcastle

Sunday 29 April 2012
13:30 Chelsea v QPR
16:00 Spurts v Blackburn

Wednesday 2 May 2012
20:00 Bolton v Tottenham

Sunday 6 May 2012
14:00 Bolton v West Brom
14:00 QPR v Stoke

Monday 7 May 2012
20:00 Blackburn v Wigan

Sunday 13 May 2012
15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn
15:00 Stoke v Bolton
15:00 Wigan v Wolves
15:00 Man City v QPR

By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there.

The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future.

Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski.

However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows?

Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD.

Discuss.
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do.com/
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Discuss
WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING.

Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result.

As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans.

Discuss.
[quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: Tuesday 24 April 2012 19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 28 April 2012 15:00 Sunderland v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Newcastle Sunday 29 April 2012 13:30 Chelsea v QPR 16:00 Spurts v Blackburn Wednesday 2 May 2012 20:00 Bolton v Tottenham Sunday 6 May 2012 14:00 Bolton v West Brom 14:00 QPR v Stoke Monday 7 May 2012 20:00 Blackburn v Wigan Sunday 13 May 2012 15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn 15:00 Stoke v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Wolves 15:00 Man City v QPR By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there. The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future. Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski. However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows? Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD. Discuss. ------------------- http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/[/p][/quote]Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar? Discuss[/p][/quote]WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING. Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result. As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans. Discuss. Melanie :-)
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11:35pm Sat 21 Apr 12

French Rover says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
QPR result has possibly sent us down.

I don't think Wigan will beat Newcastle, I think if Rovers can beat Wigan then we have caught them.

However, Wigan have Wolves last day of season and we have Chelski. Maybe if we can pick up a point at either Spurts or Chelski... though i doubt that... still, it's not over.... yet.
Hi Melanie its the Rovers and QPR staying up - Wigan wont get another piint and bolton will lose all but one of theirs which they will draw.....keep the faith we are NOT going down.....not this season anyway!
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: QPR result has possibly sent us down. I don't think Wigan will beat Newcastle, I think if Rovers can beat Wigan then we have caught them. However, Wigan have Wolves last day of season and we have Chelski. Maybe if we can pick up a point at either Spurts or Chelski... though i doubt that... still, it's not over.... yet.[/p][/quote]Hi Melanie its the Rovers and QPR staying up - Wigan wont get another piint and bolton will lose all but one of theirs which they will draw.....keep the faith we are NOT going down.....not this season anyway! French Rover
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11:51pm Sat 21 Apr 12

Lancs - pensioner says...

Goodnight everyone, not a bad day, we have won, the Dingles got thrashed, the only bad news is that t@sser is still in charge and the **** are still asset stripping us by the hour! Well done to all that protested and the crowd did us proud with calling for Kean and Venkys heads, keep it up.
Goodnight everyone, not a bad day, we have won, the Dingles got thrashed, the only bad news is that t@sser is still in charge and the **** are still asset stripping us by the hour! Well done to all that protested and the crowd did us proud with calling for Kean and Venkys heads, keep it up. Lancs - pensioner
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12:19am Sun 22 Apr 12

Langho blue says...

Shane wrote:
flyingv1 wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
flyingv1 wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.
Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.
No she has no idea. Melanie has tunnel vision. At this stage of the season when BRFC are fighting potentially for their survival as a club in any league she is more concerned about removing the owners and manager. Good result today notwithstanding the boo boys.
Given that 80% of the home support was singing venkys out, you must be labelling the majority of fans as 'boo boys'. You are entitled not to join in and maybe you're happy with the way the club is run? You support the club in your way and let others do it in theirs.
[quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........[/p][/quote]Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.[/p][/quote]Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.[/p][/quote]No she has no idea. Melanie has tunnel vision. At this stage of the season when BRFC are fighting potentially for their survival as a club in any league she is more concerned about removing the owners and manager. Good result today notwithstanding the boo boys.[/p][/quote]Given that 80% of the home support was singing venkys out, you must be labelling the majority of fans as 'boo boys'. You are entitled not to join in and maybe you're happy with the way the club is run? You support the club in your way and let others do it in theirs. Langho blue
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8:22am Sun 22 Apr 12

LanghoDAN says...

Langho blue wrote:
Shane wrote:
flyingv1 wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
flyingv1 wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.
Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.
No she has no idea. Melanie has tunnel vision. At this stage of the season when BRFC are fighting potentially for their survival as a club in any league she is more concerned about removing the owners and manager. Good result today notwithstanding the boo boys.
Given that 80% of the home support was singing venkys out, you must be labelling the majority of fans as 'boo boys'. You are entitled not to join in and maybe you're happy with the way the club is run? You support the club in your way and let others do it in theirs.
Who the other half from langho ????
[quote][p][bold]Langho blue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........[/p][/quote]Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.[/p][/quote]Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.[/p][/quote]No she has no idea. Melanie has tunnel vision. At this stage of the season when BRFC are fighting potentially for their survival as a club in any league she is more concerned about removing the owners and manager. Good result today notwithstanding the boo boys.[/p][/quote]Given that 80% of the home support was singing venkys out, you must be labelling the majority of fans as 'boo boys'. You are entitled not to join in and maybe you're happy with the way the club is run? You support the club in your way and let others do it in theirs.[/p][/quote]Who the other half from langho ???? LanghoDAN
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8:30am Sun 22 Apr 12

OnePostThenTheOther says...

flyingv1 wrote:
Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Yeah the protest and chanting really knocked them out of their stride didn't it. Odd though that we only ever seem to win when there's a protest.

However, all the players came over and applauded the Darwen end so the VENKYS OUT KEAN OUT chants must have really disorientated them.

Stop reiteraring Kentaro/ Kean/ Anderson lies and media manipulation. Kean has overseen ELEVEN HOME DEFEATS and at each of those defeats there was little chanting to comment on and no protests. The players aren't babies, they know who the expressions of discontent are aimed at.

Defeats at home to poor Wolves, Everton and Bolton sides have sent us down, it's got nothing to do with fans expressing that discontent. Nobody can be surprised that, at 2-0 down at home after 20 mins to a Bolton side on a long winless run, there are calls for the manager's head.

Look at his record, he's barely won a quarter of his games. But with the help of his media chums and the demonising of the fans he is totally impervious to it AND STILL TAKEN US DOWN.

The whole ground chanting "KEAN OUT" isn't abuse it's a message. A message that Kean has chosen to ignore because our hapless, luckless, incompetent manager only cares about one thing: himself.
[quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........[/p][/quote]Yeah the protest and chanting really knocked them out of their stride didn't it. Odd though that we only ever seem to win when there's a protest. However, all the players came over and applauded the Darwen end so the VENKYS OUT KEAN OUT chants must have really disorientated them. Stop reiteraring Kentaro/ Kean/ Anderson lies and media manipulation. Kean has overseen ELEVEN HOME DEFEATS and at each of those defeats there was little chanting to comment on and no protests. The players aren't babies, they know who the expressions of discontent are aimed at. Defeats at home to poor Wolves, Everton and Bolton sides have sent us down, it's got nothing to do with fans expressing that discontent. Nobody can be surprised that, at 2-0 down at home after 20 mins to a Bolton side on a long winless run, there are calls for the manager's head. Look at his record, he's barely won a quarter of his games. But with the help of his media chums and the demonising of the fans he is totally impervious to it AND STILL TAKEN US DOWN. The whole ground chanting "KEAN OUT" isn't abuse it's a message. A message that Kean has chosen to ignore because our hapless, luckless, incompetent manager only cares about one thing: himself. OnePostThenTheOther
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8:39am Sun 22 Apr 12

OnePostThenTheOther says...

flyingv1 wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
flyingv1 wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.
Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.
Rubbish. I've played games in which the opposing team and their supporters have been threatening physical violence after the message. Did I let it effect my delicate sensibilities? Did I heck? I celebrated my goal with total relish.
[quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........[/p][/quote]Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.[/p][/quote]Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.[/p][/quote]Rubbish. I've played games in which the opposing team and their supporters have been threatening physical violence after the message. Did I let it effect my delicate sensibilities? Did I heck? I celebrated my goal with total relish. OnePostThenTheOther
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8:44am Sun 22 Apr 12

OnePostThenTheOther says...

OnePostThenTheOther wrote:
flyingv1 wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
flyingv1 wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.
Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.
Rubbish. I've played games in which the opposing team and their supporters have been threatening physical violence after the message. Did I let it effect my delicate sensibilities? Did I heck? I celebrated my goal with total relish.
Message?

Match.
[quote][p][bold]OnePostThenTheOther[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........[/p][/quote]Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.[/p][/quote]Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.[/p][/quote]Rubbish. I've played games in which the opposing team and their supporters have been threatening physical violence after the message. Did I let it effect my delicate sensibilities? Did I heck? I celebrated my goal with total relish.[/p][/quote]Message? Match. OnePostThenTheOther
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9:00am Sun 22 Apr 12

petrel says...

Let's face it does anyone really think that the manager/current owners will be moving on anytime soon?all this anger and frustration(which I share by the way)is getting us nowhere for all we know they might be sat there laughing at us
Let's face it does anyone really think that the manager/current owners will be moving on anytime soon?all this anger and frustration(which I share by the way)is getting us nowhere for all we know they might be sat there laughing at us petrel
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9:13am Sun 22 Apr 12

OnePostThenTheOther says...

petrel wrote:
Let's face it does anyone really think that the manager/current owners will be moving on anytime soon?all this anger and frustration(which I share by the way)is getting us nowhere for all we know they might be sat there laughing at us
They'll be laughing at another few thousand less next season.

Less than 2000 have taken up the Early Bird "we're going to put the prices up" bribe/threat.
[quote][p][bold]petrel[/bold] wrote: Let's face it does anyone really think that the manager/current owners will be moving on anytime soon?all this anger and frustration(which I share by the way)is getting us nowhere for all we know they might be sat there laughing at us[/p][/quote]They'll be laughing at another few thousand less next season. Less than 2000 have taken up the Early Bird "we're going to put the prices up" bribe/threat. OnePostThenTheOther
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9:13am Sun 22 Apr 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

One thing was clear yesterday -
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Most of Ewood sung "WE WANT VENKYS OUT" on ALL 4 SIDES and having just watched the replay on Sky it came over very loud and clear. MOTD meanwhile reported 300 marchers and skipped the bit when the singing was on!
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It just proves 100% fans have to let their feelings be known inside the ground. Riverside was odd with all those empty seats which are ST holders - many have already given up and the 2 for £15, £5 kids sold like pig swill?
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Norwich manager bemoaned how poor they were and that's why we should be cautious of any false hope.
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Beating Wigan is a minimum but then we need to pull off a shock win at Spuds or Cheski and then still hope they slip up in other games.
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Miracles and snookers needed!
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KEAN OUT!
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34th..........
One thing was clear yesterday - . Most of Ewood sung "WE WANT VENKYS OUT" on ALL 4 SIDES and having just watched the replay on Sky it came over very loud and clear. MOTD meanwhile reported 300 marchers and skipped the bit when the singing was on! . It just proves 100% fans have to let their feelings be known inside the ground. Riverside was odd with all those empty seats which are ST holders - many have already given up and the 2 for £15, £5 kids sold like pig swill? . Norwich manager bemoaned how poor they were and that's why we should be cautious of any false hope. . Beating Wigan is a minimum but then we need to pull off a shock win at Spuds or Cheski and then still hope they slip up in other games. . Miracles and snookers needed! . KEAN OUT! . 34th.......... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!
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9:17am Sun 22 Apr 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

petrel wrote:
Let's face it does anyone really think that the manager/current owners will be moving on anytime soon?all this anger and frustration(which I share by the way)is getting us nowhere for all we know they might be sat there laughing at us
They won't be laughing at reported ST sales at approx 1,000 despite the early bird offer - even sending out postards to remind us this week! We had 20,000 ST's in 2010 - that says a lot.
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Hold firm Rovers fans and don't renew until Kean is sacked and Venkys sell or invest.
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34th.....
[quote][p][bold]petrel[/bold] wrote: Let's face it does anyone really think that the manager/current owners will be moving on anytime soon?all this anger and frustration(which I share by the way)is getting us nowhere for all we know they might be sat there laughing at us[/p][/quote]They won't be laughing at reported ST sales at approx 1,000 despite the early bird offer - even sending out postards to remind us this week! We had 20,000 ST's in 2010 - that says a lot. . Hold firm Rovers fans and don't renew until Kean is sacked and Venkys sell or invest. . 34th..... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!
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9:20am Sun 22 Apr 12

OnePostThenTheOther says...

The match commentator on MOTD did mention the chants and that Kean had won 16 out of 62.
The match commentator on MOTD did mention the chants and that Kean had won 16 out of 62. OnePostThenTheOther
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9:34am Sun 22 Apr 12

Lancs - pensioner says...

Life may be bad in the championship but if this means we get rid of Kean and the chicken farmers then so be it, we can rise from the ashes and we have the two dingle wins to look forward to as well, it's not all bad then?
Life may be bad in the championship but if this means we get rid of Kean and the chicken farmers then so be it, we can rise from the ashes and we have the two dingle wins to look forward to as well, it's not all bad then? Lancs - pensioner
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10:23am Sun 22 Apr 12

Steven Kean says...

excellent work agent kean, media and fans and venkys now hopefull of survival ## Throw the dog a bone and they will be happy chewing it ## Warning ## do not let the mask slip## keep comments to the media minimal ##. Collect package 22:00 hrs~~# World famous Keirby Hotel ## Good work
excellent work agent kean, media and fans and venkys now hopefull of survival ## Throw the dog a bone and they will be happy chewing it ## Warning ## do not let the mask slip## keep comments to the media minimal ##. Collect package 22:00 hrs~~# World famous Keirby Hotel ## Good work Steven Kean
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10:26am Sun 22 Apr 12

bossindian says...

Two great goals today and the Yak almost scoring a spectacular double footed overhead. Venkys wont see any more of my money after this season. I've heard that only 700 season ticket holders have renewed so far - cheers Kean for nowt
Two great goals today and the Yak almost scoring a spectacular double footed overhead. Venkys wont see any more of my money after this season. I've heard that only 700 season ticket holders have renewed so far - cheers Kean for nowt bossindian
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10:36am Sun 22 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Langho blue wrote:
Shane wrote:
flyingv1 wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
flyingv1 wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........
Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.
Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.
No she has no idea. Melanie has tunnel vision. At this stage of the season when BRFC are fighting potentially for their survival as a club in any league she is more concerned about removing the owners and manager. Good result today notwithstanding the boo boys.
Given that 80% of the home support was singing venkys out, you must be labelling the majority of fans as 'boo boys'. You are entitled not to join in and maybe you're happy with the way the club is run? You support the club in your way and let others do it in theirs.
The Happy-Clappers out in force again - all two of them.

These kind of rascals represent what is so reprehensible about the modern day SKY SPORTS era football fan - synthetic support and polyester passion.

The Ewood Spring/The Protest Movement - call it what you will - represents the best in Blackburn's loyal support: cheering the team and shouting for the town from the slopes of Ewood Park while denouncing the owners and the manager - and then, after they feel confident the team has secured victory.

The Happy-Clappers are court jesters; treat them with the derisory disdain that these fickle impostors deserve.

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VISIT THE NEW EWOOD PARK WEB PAGE:

http://ewoodpark.jim
do.com/
[quote][p][bold]Langho blue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]flyingv1[/bold] wrote: Whilst I can appreciate(dispair) about the fall of Rovers under Venkys, I could not appreciate the chants for "Venkys out" when Rovers were winning 2-0. Negative vibes for the players, a quick goal from Norwich would have sent shivers around the players and the ground. After the final whistle, firstly applaud the players for a deserved win, then vent feelings against the owners afterwards. Just a thought........[/p][/quote]Here we go again... blame the fans. Have you any idea how pathetic and risible people like you actually are? You play right into the hands of the media.[/p][/quote]Melanie - just making a valid comment, perhaps you have not played a sport where people are shouting abuse from the terraces when you are trying to do your best, and winning at the time. It can hit you straight in the stomach and have adverse effects on your game and ultimatley possibly the result.[/p][/quote]No she has no idea. Melanie has tunnel vision. At this stage of the season when BRFC are fighting potentially for their survival as a club in any league she is more concerned about removing the owners and manager. Good result today notwithstanding the boo boys.[/p][/quote]Given that 80% of the home support was singing venkys out, you must be labelling the majority of fans as 'boo boys'. You are entitled not to join in and maybe you're happy with the way the club is run? You support the club in your way and let others do it in theirs.[/p][/quote]The Happy-Clappers out in force again - all two of them. These kind of rascals represent what is so reprehensible about the modern day SKY SPORTS era football fan - synthetic support and polyester passion. The Ewood Spring/The Protest Movement - call it what you will - represents the best in Blackburn's loyal support: cheering the team and shouting for the town from the slopes of Ewood Park while denouncing the owners and the manager - and then, after they feel confident the team has secured victory. The Happy-Clappers are court jesters; treat them with the derisory disdain that these fickle impostors deserve. -------- VISIT THE NEW EWOOD PARK WEB PAGE: http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/ Melanie :-)
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10:39am Sun 22 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

French Rover wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
QPR result has possibly sent us down.

I don't think Wigan will beat Newcastle, I think if Rovers can beat Wigan then we have caught them.

However, Wigan have Wolves last day of season and we have Chelski. Maybe if we can pick up a point at either Spurts or Chelski... though i doubt that... still, it's not over.... yet.
Hi Melanie its the Rovers and QPR staying up - Wigan wont get another piint and bolton will lose all but one of theirs which they will draw.....keep the faith we are NOT going down.....not this season anyway!
Hie Frenchie,

I can see Wigan winning against Wolves on the last day of the season, that is my concern. Bolton could pick up a couple of points.

I think it may well come down to GD.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: QPR result has possibly sent us down. I don't think Wigan will beat Newcastle, I think if Rovers can beat Wigan then we have caught them. However, Wigan have Wolves last day of season and we have Chelski. Maybe if we can pick up a point at either Spurts or Chelski... though i doubt that... still, it's not over.... yet.[/p][/quote]Hi Melanie its the Rovers and QPR staying up - Wigan wont get another piint and bolton will lose all but one of theirs which they will draw.....keep the faith we are NOT going down.....not this season anyway![/p][/quote]Hie Frenchie, I can see Wigan winning against Wolves on the last day of the season, that is my concern. Bolton could pick up a couple of points. I think it may well come down to GD. Melanie :-)
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10:54am Sun 22 Apr 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts !

Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage.

As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival.

Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of.

Arte et labore
Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore Road Runner Road Runner
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10:59am Sun 22 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts !

Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage.

As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival.

Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of.

Arte et labore
I agree about Wigan beating Wolves.

Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?
[quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore[/p][/quote]I agree about Wigan beating Wolves. Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page? Melanie :-)
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11:26am Sun 22 Apr 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts !

Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage.

As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival.

Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of.

Arte et labore
I agree about Wigan beating Wolves.

Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?
Yeh mate :)

Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC.

Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia !
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore[/p][/quote]I agree about Wigan beating Wolves. Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?[/p][/quote]Yeh mate :) Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC. Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia ! Road Runner Road Runner
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11:50am Sun 22 Apr 12

merlinrabbit says...

I think the chants of Kean Out yesterday were a bit premature but the resounding Venkys out sent a clear message that all fans have had enough. It was also done in a way that was like a rallying cry. Of course MOTD chose not to broadcast that because it doesnt fit their story. I believe that we have picked up more points from games where the protest marches etc have been organised. Those of you that think at this stage, the players are being put off, you arent watching close enough. When Hoilett scored, they all ran right past the waiting Kean towards the subs warming up. Also at the end, the players applauded the parts of the ground that had been most vocal, particularly Robinson. Believe me, those players are most likely as naffed off with life under Kean and Venkys as we are. They wouldnt be arguing with him otherwise. Also, those in the Riverside and jack walker stand who sit in silence all game then get up to leave 10 minutes before the end without even showing support for the players at the final whilste are worse than the protesters. How those people can criticise those who care and stay till the bitter end and are the ones the playes acknowledge Im baffled about. I know somebody who works at Rovers. She said last week they had received less than a 1000 renewal packs. Also said they are planning to add 20% across the board after the early bird deadline. I cant understand why they think anybody would buy them if they wont buy at the current price. Sending reminders out must be a sign they are worried. Its going to be interesting.
I think the chants of Kean Out yesterday were a bit premature but the resounding Venkys out sent a clear message that all fans have had enough. It was also done in a way that was like a rallying cry. Of course MOTD chose not to broadcast that because it doesnt fit their story. I believe that we have picked up more points from games where the protest marches etc have been organised. Those of you that think at this stage, the players are being put off, you arent watching close enough. When Hoilett scored, they all ran right past the waiting Kean towards the subs warming up. Also at the end, the players applauded the parts of the ground that had been most vocal, particularly Robinson. Believe me, those players are most likely as naffed off with life under Kean and Venkys as we are. They wouldnt be arguing with him otherwise. Also, those in the Riverside and jack walker stand who sit in silence all game then get up to leave 10 minutes before the end without even showing support for the players at the final whilste are worse than the protesters. How those people can criticise those who care and stay till the bitter end and are the ones the playes acknowledge Im baffled about. I know somebody who works at Rovers. She said last week they had received less than a 1000 renewal packs. Also said they are planning to add 20% across the board after the early bird deadline. I cant understand why they think anybody would buy them if they wont buy at the current price. Sending reminders out must be a sign they are worried. Its going to be interesting. merlinrabbit
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12:01pm Sun 22 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts !

Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage.

As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival.

Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of.

Arte et labore
I agree about Wigan beating Wolves.

Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?
Yeh mate :)

Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC.

Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia !
Can you send me some info on the PROTEST MOVEMENT as i would like to add a page on Protests at Ewood Park.

Don't be surprised at Wikipedia, it is very wrong on many things and extremely unreliable.
[quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore[/p][/quote]I agree about Wigan beating Wolves. Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?[/p][/quote]Yeh mate :) Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC. Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia ![/p][/quote]Can you send me some info on the PROTEST MOVEMENT as i would like to add a page on Protests at Ewood Park. Don't be surprised at Wikipedia, it is very wrong on many things and extremely unreliable. Melanie :-)
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12:26pm Sun 22 Apr 12

Bazzer says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote: Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore
I agree about Wigan beating Wolves. Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?
Yeh mate :) Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC. Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia !
Can you send me some info on the PROTEST MOVEMENT as i would like to add a page on Protests at Ewood Park. Don't be surprised at Wikipedia, it is very wrong on many things and extremely unreliable.
Help us Lord. Now we have the Lumpenproletariat on board.
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore[/p][/quote]I agree about Wigan beating Wolves. Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?[/p][/quote]Yeh mate :) Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC. Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia ![/p][/quote]Can you send me some info on the PROTEST MOVEMENT as i would like to add a page on Protests at Ewood Park. Don't be surprised at Wikipedia, it is very wrong on many things and extremely unreliable.[/p][/quote]Help us Lord. Now we have the Lumpenproletariat on board. Bazzer
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12:32pm Sun 22 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Bazzer wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote: Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore
I agree about Wigan beating Wolves. Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?
Yeh mate :) Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC. Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia !
Can you send me some info on the PROTEST MOVEMENT as i would like to add a page on Protests at Ewood Park. Don't be surprised at Wikipedia, it is very wrong on many things and extremely unreliable.
Help us Lord. Now we have the Lumpenproletariat on board.
Here come the Happy-Clappers, fickle impostors - Rovers haters.

The disdain that drips from the lips of apathetic parasites like you is tragic.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore[/p][/quote]I agree about Wigan beating Wolves. Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?[/p][/quote]Yeh mate :) Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC. Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia ![/p][/quote]Can you send me some info on the PROTEST MOVEMENT as i would like to add a page on Protests at Ewood Park. Don't be surprised at Wikipedia, it is very wrong on many things and extremely unreliable.[/p][/quote]Help us Lord. Now we have the Lumpenproletariat on board.[/p][/quote]Here come the Happy-Clappers, fickle impostors - Rovers haters. The disdain that drips from the lips of apathetic parasites like you is tragic. Melanie :-)
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12:48pm Sun 22 Apr 12

Bazzer says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote: Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore
I agree about Wigan beating Wolves. Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?
Yeh mate :) Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC. Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia !
Can you send me some info on the PROTEST MOVEMENT as i would like to add a page on Protests at Ewood Park. Don't be surprised at Wikipedia, it is very wrong on many things and extremely unreliable.
Help us Lord. Now we have the Lumpenproletariat on board.
Here come the Happy-Clappers, fickle impostors - Rovers haters. The disdain that drips from the lips of apathetic parasites like you is tragic.
Like I said. Lumpenproletariat. A demagogue too!!!
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore[/p][/quote]I agree about Wigan beating Wolves. Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?[/p][/quote]Yeh mate :) Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC. Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia ![/p][/quote]Can you send me some info on the PROTEST MOVEMENT as i would like to add a page on Protests at Ewood Park. Don't be surprised at Wikipedia, it is very wrong on many things and extremely unreliable.[/p][/quote]Help us Lord. Now we have the Lumpenproletariat on board.[/p][/quote]Here come the Happy-Clappers, fickle impostors - Rovers haters. The disdain that drips from the lips of apathetic parasites like you is tragic.[/p][/quote]Like I said. Lumpenproletariat. A demagogue too!!! Bazzer
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1:01pm Sun 22 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Bazzer wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote: Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore
I agree about Wigan beating Wolves. Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?
Yeh mate :) Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC. Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia !
Can you send me some info on the PROTEST MOVEMENT as i would like to add a page on Protests at Ewood Park. Don't be surprised at Wikipedia, it is very wrong on many things and extremely unreliable.
Help us Lord. Now we have the Lumpenproletariat on board.
Here come the Happy-Clappers, fickle impostors - Rovers haters. The disdain that drips from the lips of apathetic parasites like you is tragic.
Like I said. Lumpenproletariat. A demagogue too!!!
Bazzer (Spazzer), nothing wrong with being working-class.

The Ewood Spring has begun.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: Interesting phone in last evening on 606 - Kean calling in to congratulate Roberts ! Have a listen folk's on BBC Sport Homepage. As stated above by One Post losing at home to the likes Wolves, Bolton etc are the grave results that have more than certainly hindered our survival. Wigan will beat Wolves that I'm sure of. Arte et labore[/p][/quote]I agree about Wigan beating Wolves. Was it you that contacted the Ewood Park web page?[/p][/quote]Yeh mate :) Very interested in your clasp all things BRFC. Sorry to hear your attempts have been hijacked. I'm very surprised at the editors etc of Wikipedia ![/p][/quote]Can you send me some info on the PROTEST MOVEMENT as i would like to add a page on Protests at Ewood Park. Don't be surprised at Wikipedia, it is very wrong on many things and extremely unreliable.[/p][/quote]Help us Lord. Now we have the Lumpenproletariat on board.[/p][/quote]Here come the Happy-Clappers, fickle impostors - Rovers haters. The disdain that drips from the lips of apathetic parasites like you is tragic.[/p][/quote]Like I said. Lumpenproletariat. A demagogue too!!![/p][/quote]Bazzer (Spazzer), nothing wrong with being working-class. The Ewood Spring has begun. Melanie :-)
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3:31pm Sun 22 Apr 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

Melanie and Bazzer stop it - you are both true blues!
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I think Bazzer mis-read you yesterday when you where being sarcastic and really defending Rovers? Bazzer have another read! Bazzer is one of the action group Melanie -you can't be that for apart? He just gets ratty at times as I well know!
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34th......
Melanie and Bazzer stop it - you are both true blues! . I think Bazzer mis-read you yesterday when you where being sarcastic and really defending Rovers? Bazzer have another read! Bazzer is one of the action group Melanie -you can't be that for apart? He just gets ratty at times as I well know! . 34th...... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!
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3:32pm Sun 22 Apr 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

Again I have to say Jim Wilky's (Blue Eyed Boy) column in the Accy Observer is streets ahead of any other reporter or columist on BRFC. Pity it does not sell 50,000 copies in Blackburn and Darwen!
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A couple of quotes written probably on Wed .............
"Those desparately (Sorry FR!) working out "points predictors" or whistfully fancying that Rovers are suddenly going to blossom can keep taking the happy Smarties. Because to do so is to ignore or deny the "all-enveloping" malaise and culture of incompetence and failure that has poisioned the club fom the moment the Walker Trust signed over the stewardship of this historic institution to buffoons"
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And he finishes with ........
Kean this week said "We've been fantastic in every game" - I did not make the quote up, Kean actually said it. And as Kean's employers surprisingly sneaked in and out of Ewood without fanfar or fury last week, for the first time rather than projecting a comic aura, they wore the foreboding, disconcerting look of executioners and hangmen. I doubt they will be present again this season but should events unfold as expected the scenes at the Bolton game may be made to look against Wigan like footage of the "Summer of Love" at Woodstock in comparison.
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Could not have put a word better Jim!
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34th....
Again I have to say Jim Wilky's (Blue Eyed Boy) column in the Accy Observer is streets ahead of any other reporter or columist on BRFC. Pity it does not sell 50,000 copies in Blackburn and Darwen! . A couple of quotes written probably on Wed ............. "Those desparately (Sorry FR!) working out "points predictors" or whistfully fancying that Rovers are suddenly going to blossom can keep taking the happy Smarties. Because to do so is to ignore or deny the "all-enveloping" malaise and culture of incompetence and failure that has poisioned the club fom the moment the Walker Trust signed over the stewardship of this historic institution to buffoons" . And he finishes with ........ Kean this week said "We've been fantastic in every game" - I did not make the quote up, Kean actually said it. And as Kean's employers surprisingly sneaked in and out of Ewood without fanfar or fury last week, for the first time rather than projecting a comic aura, they wore the foreboding, disconcerting look of executioners and hangmen. I doubt they will be present again this season but should events unfold as expected the scenes at the Bolton game may be made to look against Wigan like footage of the "Summer of Love" at Woodstock in comparison. . Could not have put a word better Jim! . 34th.... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!
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7:52pm Sun 22 Apr 12

French Rover says...

Cant get smarties over here Morst...can you send me a couple of tubes please......

BTW and when I say send me a couple of tubes, I don't mean the Lancs Pensioner or Smelly!
Cant get smarties over here Morst...can you send me a couple of tubes please...... BTW and when I say send me a couple of tubes, I don't mean the Lancs Pensioner or Smelly! French Rover
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8:33pm Sun 22 Apr 12

Shane says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Tuesday 24 April 2012
19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton

Saturday 28 April 2012
15:00 Sunderland v Bolton
15:00 Wigan v Newcastle

Sunday 29 April 2012
13:30 Chelsea v QPR
16:00 Spurts v Blackburn

Wednesday 2 May 2012
20:00 Bolton v Tottenham

Sunday 6 May 2012
14:00 Bolton v West Brom
14:00 QPR v Stoke

Monday 7 May 2012
20:00 Blackburn v Wigan

Sunday 13 May 2012
15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn
15:00 Stoke v Bolton
15:00 Wigan v Wolves
15:00 Man City v QPR

By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there.

The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future.

Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski.

However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows?

Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD.

Discuss.
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http://ewoodpark.jim



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Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar?

Discuss
WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING.

Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result.

As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans.

Discuss.
So there you have it in black and white loyal fans. The cut and paste queen doesn't even attend matches. I suggest you get back to your Rothmans.

BTW I've had a look at the website you keep trying to promote. Sorry to tell you but it's not very good.

Discuss
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: Tuesday 24 April 2012 19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 28 April 2012 15:00 Sunderland v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Newcastle Sunday 29 April 2012 13:30 Chelsea v QPR 16:00 Spurts v Blackburn Wednesday 2 May 2012 20:00 Bolton v Tottenham Sunday 6 May 2012 14:00 Bolton v West Brom 14:00 QPR v Stoke Monday 7 May 2012 20:00 Blackburn v Wigan Sunday 13 May 2012 15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn 15:00 Stoke v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Wolves 15:00 Man City v QPR By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there. The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future. Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski. However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows? Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD. Discuss. ------------------- http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/[/p][/quote]Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar? Discuss[/p][/quote]WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING. Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result. As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans. Discuss.[/p][/quote]So there you have it in black and white loyal fans. The cut and paste queen doesn't even attend matches. I suggest you get back to your Rothmans. BTW I've had a look at the website you keep trying to promote. Sorry to tell you but it's not very good. Discuss Shane
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9:24pm Sun 22 Apr 12

Bazzer says...

So what do we think of the way Wolves supporters reacted today when they went down? I am the first to concede that the set up at Wolves is totally different to ours. I always thought Morgan was a sound owner, but his knee jerk sacking of McCarthy at totally the wrong time screwed them up big time.
Some Wolves fans have protested outside the ground like us, but I can't help thinking they have stolen a march on us today.
So what do we think of the way Wolves supporters reacted today when they went down? I am the first to concede that the set up at Wolves is totally different to ours. I always thought Morgan was a sound owner, but his knee jerk sacking of McCarthy at totally the wrong time screwed them up big time. Some Wolves fans have protested outside the ground like us, but I can't help thinking they have stolen a march on us today. Bazzer
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9:29pm Sun 22 Apr 12

Bazzer says...

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! wrote:
Melanie and Bazzer stop it - you are both true blues! . I think Bazzer mis-read you yesterday when you where being sarcastic and really defending Rovers? Bazzer have another read! Bazzer is one of the action group Melanie -you can't be that for apart? He just gets ratty at times as I well know! . 34th......
Thank you, Morst. You are a true blue too!!!
[quote][p][bold]Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles![/bold] wrote: Melanie and Bazzer stop it - you are both true blues! . I think Bazzer mis-read you yesterday when you where being sarcastic and really defending Rovers? Bazzer have another read! Bazzer is one of the action group Melanie -you can't be that for apart? He just gets ratty at times as I well know! . 34th......[/p][/quote]Thank you, Morst. You are a true blue too!!! Bazzer
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12:10am Mon 23 Apr 12

Langho blue says...

Bazzer wrote:
So what do we think of the way Wolves supporters reacted today when they went down? I am the first to concede that the set up at Wolves is totally different to ours. I always thought Morgan was a sound owner, but his knee jerk sacking of McCarthy at totally the wrong time screwed them up big time.
Some Wolves fans have protested outside the ground like us, but I can't help thinking they have stolen a march on us today.
In fairness to Morgan at Wolves, he's not made many mistakes and has invested alot in the club. I've also no doubt that they'll have a competent manager come kick of in August. I'm pretty sure Wolves fans will be reasonably confident of finishing near the top of the Championship next year. You could also add that the manager didn't go out his way to be a pillock - which may be why they took it so well.

Rovers on the other hand...

The Wigan game will be the last for a lot of long-standing supporters (until Kean/Venkys have gone). I doubt that they (and I include myself) will go out quietly.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: So what do we think of the way Wolves supporters reacted today when they went down? I am the first to concede that the set up at Wolves is totally different to ours. I always thought Morgan was a sound owner, but his knee jerk sacking of McCarthy at totally the wrong time screwed them up big time. Some Wolves fans have protested outside the ground like us, but I can't help thinking they have stolen a march on us today.[/p][/quote]In fairness to Morgan at Wolves, he's not made many mistakes and has invested alot in the club. I've also no doubt that they'll have a competent manager come kick of in August. I'm pretty sure Wolves fans will be reasonably confident of finishing near the top of the Championship next year. You could also add that the manager didn't go out his way to be a pillock - which may be why they took it so well. Rovers on the other hand... The Wigan game will be the last for a lot of long-standing supporters (until Kean/Venkys have gone). I doubt that they (and I include myself) will go out quietly. Langho blue
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7:50am Mon 23 Apr 12

Bazzer says...

And you can be sure that Kean has studied Terry Connor's almost tearful interviews on being relegated. There is a man who genuinely cares for his club. Unlike our backstabbing user.
And you can be sure that Kean has studied Terry Connor's almost tearful interviews on being relegated. There is a man who genuinely cares for his club. Unlike our backstabbing user. Bazzer
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8:15am Mon 23 Apr 12

French Rover says...

Cares for his club...? Excuse me while I choke Bazzer.

Conroy is the same as almost all the people in football now - crying either for his lost wages (when he gets sacked) or playing the 'crying game' to try and keep a job on the coaching staff.

Hope that we see Kean's tears flowing for his lost gravy train in a couple of weeks time!

95 percent of people in football (as opposed to football people) are all money grabbing self centered thieves and vagabonds getting rich with zero talent from Murdochs massive money making machine.

The fact that what they do is killing the beautiful game of football is neither here nor there to these disloyal uncaring imbeciles who proliferate and prosper in our game today.
Cares for his club...? Excuse me while I choke Bazzer. Conroy is the same as almost all the people in football now - crying either for his lost wages (when he gets sacked) or playing the 'crying game' to try and keep a job on the coaching staff. Hope that we see Kean's tears flowing for his lost gravy train in a couple of weeks time! 95 percent of people in football (as opposed to football people) are all money grabbing self centered thieves and vagabonds getting rich with zero talent from Murdochs massive money making machine. The fact that what they do is killing the beautiful game of football is neither here nor there to these disloyal uncaring imbeciles who proliferate and prosper in our game today. French Rover
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8:26am Mon 23 Apr 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

Bazzer wrote:
And you can be sure that Kean has studied Terry Connor's almost tearful interviews on being relegated. There is a man who genuinely cares for his club. Unlike our backstabbing user.
Yeah I think Wolves owner has shown passion even if he has made mistakes but our club is being raped and pillaged before our very eyes which is a completely different scenario?
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Its hard to think of a club that has seld destructed the way we have? Rumour is N'Zonzie chinned Keanocchio when he asked him to play center half as he did not want to play Givet - so make that mistake no 999 this season by Numpty!
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FR - if you had asked earlier I could have sent you a smarties easter egg!
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34th.........
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: And you can be sure that Kean has studied Terry Connor's almost tearful interviews on being relegated. There is a man who genuinely cares for his club. Unlike our backstabbing user.[/p][/quote]Yeah I think Wolves owner has shown passion even if he has made mistakes but our club is being raped and pillaged before our very eyes which is a completely different scenario? . Its hard to think of a club that has seld destructed the way we have? Rumour is N'Zonzie chinned Keanocchio when he asked him to play center half as he did not want to play Givet - so make that mistake no 999 this season by Numpty! . FR - if you had asked earlier I could have sent you a smarties easter egg! . 34th......... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!
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8:37am Mon 23 Apr 12

Bazzer says...

French Rover wrote:
Cares for his club...? Excuse me while I choke Bazzer. Conroy is the same as almost all the people in football now - crying either for his lost wages (when he gets sacked) or playing the 'crying game' to try and keep a job on the coaching staff. Hope that we see Kean's tears flowing for his lost gravy train in a couple of weeks time! 95 percent of people in football (as opposed to football people) are all money grabbing self centered thieves and vagabonds getting rich with zero talent from Murdochs massive money making machine. The fact that what they do is killing the beautiful game of football is neither here nor there to these disloyal uncaring imbeciles who proliferate and prosper in our game today.
FR...as my wife continually nags. Why bother? Are we all lunatics?
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: Cares for his club...? Excuse me while I choke Bazzer. Conroy is the same as almost all the people in football now - crying either for his lost wages (when he gets sacked) or playing the 'crying game' to try and keep a job on the coaching staff. Hope that we see Kean's tears flowing for his lost gravy train in a couple of weeks time! 95 percent of people in football (as opposed to football people) are all money grabbing self centered thieves and vagabonds getting rich with zero talent from Murdochs massive money making machine. The fact that what they do is killing the beautiful game of football is neither here nor there to these disloyal uncaring imbeciles who proliferate and prosper in our game today.[/p][/quote]FR...as my wife continually nags. Why bother? Are we all lunatics? Bazzer
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10:28am Mon 23 Apr 12

French Rover says...

Bazzer wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Cares for his club...? Excuse me while I choke Bazzer. Conroy is the same as almost all the people in football now - crying either for his lost wages (when he gets sacked) or playing the 'crying game' to try and keep a job on the coaching staff. Hope that we see Kean's tears flowing for his lost gravy train in a couple of weeks time! 95 percent of people in football (as opposed to football people) are all money grabbing self centered thieves and vagabonds getting rich with zero talent from Murdochs massive money making machine. The fact that what they do is killing the beautiful game of football is neither here nor there to these disloyal uncaring imbeciles who proliferate and prosper in our game today.
FR...as my wife continually nags. Why bother? Are we all lunatics?
good question from your good lady - but you know that the answer is YES, we are all lunatics. Its a kind of weird disease that we unlucky ones are born into, where you can choose your wife and your friends in life but you cant choose your football club. Its there from the start and there to the end...its what makes going to work on monday mornings either fantastic or terrible (depending on saturdays result)...its how you plan your life via the fixture list...its everything and it all makes no sense whatsoever except when we have a good season or win a cup and being Rovers fans those days don't come round very often..so yes Lunatics every one of us Bazzer!
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: Cares for his club...? Excuse me while I choke Bazzer. Conroy is the same as almost all the people in football now - crying either for his lost wages (when he gets sacked) or playing the 'crying game' to try and keep a job on the coaching staff. Hope that we see Kean's tears flowing for his lost gravy train in a couple of weeks time! 95 percent of people in football (as opposed to football people) are all money grabbing self centered thieves and vagabonds getting rich with zero talent from Murdochs massive money making machine. The fact that what they do is killing the beautiful game of football is neither here nor there to these disloyal uncaring imbeciles who proliferate and prosper in our game today.[/p][/quote]FR...as my wife continually nags. Why bother? Are we all lunatics?[/p][/quote]good question from your good lady - but you know that the answer is YES, we are all lunatics. Its a kind of weird disease that we unlucky ones are born into, where you can choose your wife and your friends in life but you cant choose your football club. Its there from the start and there to the end...its what makes going to work on monday mornings either fantastic or terrible (depending on saturdays result)...its how you plan your life via the fixture list...its everything and it all makes no sense whatsoever except when we have a good season or win a cup and being Rovers fans those days don't come round very often..so yes Lunatics every one of us Bazzer! French Rover
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12:55pm Mon 23 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

football is tribal , always has been , always will be , you join your tribe and fight till ya die in its honour, never waning from pride, loyalty and honour, thata what it means to be a football fan, not trophies, not europe every year but the knowledge that you team is giving the same on the pitch as we do every week with our hearts, lack of skill is forgivable, lack of pride, honour and loyalty is not.

ARTE ET LABORE
1875.
football is tribal , always has been , always will be , you join your tribe and fight till ya die in its honour, never waning from pride, loyalty and honour, thata what it means to be a football fan, not trophies, not europe every year but the knowledge that you team is giving the same on the pitch as we do every week with our hearts, lack of skill is forgivable, lack of pride, honour and loyalty is not. ARTE ET LABORE 1875. blueandwhite1971
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5:50pm Mon 23 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Shane wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Tuesday 24 April 2012
19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton

Saturday 28 April 2012
15:00 Sunderland v Bolton
15:00 Wigan v Newcastle

Sunday 29 April 2012
13:30 Chelsea v QPR
16:00 Spurts v Blackburn

Wednesday 2 May 2012
20:00 Bolton v Tottenham

Sunday 6 May 2012
14:00 Bolton v West Brom
14:00 QPR v Stoke

Monday 7 May 2012
20:00 Blackburn v Wigan

Sunday 13 May 2012
15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn
15:00 Stoke v Bolton
15:00 Wigan v Wolves
15:00 Man City v QPR

By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there.

The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future.

Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski.

However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows?

Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD.

Discuss.
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http://ewoodpark.jim




do.com/
Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar?

Discuss
WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING.

Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result.

As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans.

Discuss.
So there you have it in black and white loyal fans. The cut and paste queen doesn't even attend matches. I suggest you get back to your Rothmans.

BTW I've had a look at the website you keep trying to promote. Sorry to tell you but it's not very good.

Discuss
What on Earth are you talking about you babbling brook of bullsh*t?

I don't attend all games, so?

What does that prove? What does that mean? How does that quantify or qualify anything?

Cut and paste? What have i cut and pasted? Prove what i have cut and pasted and again.... why the Alice in Wonderland topsy turvy logic?

...if something is cut and pasted - it is factually incorrect but if it is not cut and pasted - it is factually correct?

What kind of bonkers barmy nonsense is that?

The further one engages with you, the further down the rabbit hole one goes.

Disgusting.
[quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: Tuesday 24 April 2012 19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 28 April 2012 15:00 Sunderland v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Newcastle Sunday 29 April 2012 13:30 Chelsea v QPR 16:00 Spurts v Blackburn Wednesday 2 May 2012 20:00 Bolton v Tottenham Sunday 6 May 2012 14:00 Bolton v West Brom 14:00 QPR v Stoke Monday 7 May 2012 20:00 Blackburn v Wigan Sunday 13 May 2012 15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn 15:00 Stoke v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Wolves 15:00 Man City v QPR By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there. The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future. Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski. However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows? Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD. Discuss. ------------------- http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/[/p][/quote]Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar? Discuss[/p][/quote]WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING. Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result. As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans. Discuss.[/p][/quote]So there you have it in black and white loyal fans. The cut and paste queen doesn't even attend matches. I suggest you get back to your Rothmans. BTW I've had a look at the website you keep trying to promote. Sorry to tell you but it's not very good. Discuss[/p][/quote]What on Earth are you talking about you babbling brook of bullsh*t? I don't attend all games, so? What does that prove? What does that mean? How does that quantify or qualify anything? Cut and paste? What have i cut and pasted? Prove what i have cut and pasted and again.... why the Alice in Wonderland topsy turvy logic? ...if something is cut and pasted - it is factually incorrect but if it is not cut and pasted - it is factually correct? What kind of bonkers barmy nonsense is that? The further one engages with you, the further down the rabbit hole one goes. Disgusting. Melanie :-)
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8:53pm Mon 23 Apr 12

Bazzer says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote: Tuesday 24 April 2012 19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 28 April 2012 15:00 Sunderland v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Newcastle Sunday 29 April 2012 13:30 Chelsea v QPR 16:00 Spurts v Blackburn Wednesday 2 May 2012 20:00 Bolton v Tottenham Sunday 6 May 2012 14:00 Bolton v West Brom 14:00 QPR v Stoke Monday 7 May 2012 20:00 Blackburn v Wigan Sunday 13 May 2012 15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn 15:00 Stoke v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Wolves 15:00 Man City v QPR By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there. The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future. Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski. However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows? Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD. Discuss. ------------------- http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/
Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar? Discuss
WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING. Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result. As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans. Discuss.
So there you have it in black and white loyal fans. The cut and paste queen doesn't even attend matches. I suggest you get back to your Rothmans. BTW I've had a look at the website you keep trying to promote. Sorry to tell you but it's not very good. Discuss
What on Earth are you talking about you babbling brook of bullsh*t? I don't attend all games, so? What does that prove? What does that mean? How does that quantify or qualify anything? Cut and paste? What have i cut and pasted? Prove what i have cut and pasted and again.... why the Alice in Wonderland topsy turvy logic? ...if something is cut and pasted - it is factually incorrect but if it is not cut and pasted - it is factually correct? What kind of bonkers barmy nonsense is that? The further one engages with you, the further down the rabbit hole one goes. Disgusting.
Some people might be thinking you are simply not conversing with. Some of the passages you have posted have been read elsewhere. When you speak your own words you just want to insult. The evidence is everywhere.
Lumpenproletariat.
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: Tuesday 24 April 2012 19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 28 April 2012 15:00 Sunderland v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Newcastle Sunday 29 April 2012 13:30 Chelsea v QPR 16:00 Spurts v Blackburn Wednesday 2 May 2012 20:00 Bolton v Tottenham Sunday 6 May 2012 14:00 Bolton v West Brom 14:00 QPR v Stoke Monday 7 May 2012 20:00 Blackburn v Wigan Sunday 13 May 2012 15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn 15:00 Stoke v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Wolves 15:00 Man City v QPR By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there. The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future. Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski. However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows? Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD. Discuss. ------------------- http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/[/p][/quote]Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar? Discuss[/p][/quote]WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING. Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result. As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans. Discuss.[/p][/quote]So there you have it in black and white loyal fans. The cut and paste queen doesn't even attend matches. I suggest you get back to your Rothmans. BTW I've had a look at the website you keep trying to promote. Sorry to tell you but it's not very good. Discuss[/p][/quote]What on Earth are you talking about you babbling brook of bullsh*t? I don't attend all games, so? What does that prove? What does that mean? How does that quantify or qualify anything? Cut and paste? What have i cut and pasted? Prove what i have cut and pasted and again.... why the Alice in Wonderland topsy turvy logic? ...if something is cut and pasted - it is factually incorrect but if it is not cut and pasted - it is factually correct? What kind of bonkers barmy nonsense is that? The further one engages with you, the further down the rabbit hole one goes. Disgusting.[/p][/quote]Some people might be thinking you are simply not conversing with. Some of the passages you have posted have been read elsewhere. When you speak your own words you just want to insult. The evidence is everywhere. Lumpenproletariat. Bazzer
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9:40pm Mon 23 Apr 12

gazzandste says...

Donkeys on Blackpool sands has got more chance of winning the grand national than you lot. Dingles my a*se. See you next season loosers.
Donkeys on Blackpool sands has got more chance of winning the grand national than you lot. Dingles my a*se. See you next season loosers. gazzandste
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11:47pm Mon 23 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Bazzer wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote: Tuesday 24 April 2012 19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 28 April 2012 15:00 Sunderland v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Newcastle Sunday 29 April 2012 13:30 Chelsea v QPR 16:00 Spurts v Blackburn Wednesday 2 May 2012 20:00 Bolton v Tottenham Sunday 6 May 2012 14:00 Bolton v West Brom 14:00 QPR v Stoke Monday 7 May 2012 20:00 Blackburn v Wigan Sunday 13 May 2012 15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn 15:00 Stoke v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Wolves 15:00 Man City v QPR By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there. The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future. Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski. However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows? Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD. Discuss. ------------------- http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/
Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar? Discuss
WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING. Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result. As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans. Discuss.
So there you have it in black and white loyal fans. The cut and paste queen doesn't even attend matches. I suggest you get back to your Rothmans. BTW I've had a look at the website you keep trying to promote. Sorry to tell you but it's not very good. Discuss
What on Earth are you talking about you babbling brook of bullsh*t? I don't attend all games, so? What does that prove? What does that mean? How does that quantify or qualify anything? Cut and paste? What have i cut and pasted? Prove what i have cut and pasted and again.... why the Alice in Wonderland topsy turvy logic? ...if something is cut and pasted - it is factually incorrect but if it is not cut and pasted - it is factually correct? What kind of bonkers barmy nonsense is that? The further one engages with you, the further down the rabbit hole one goes. Disgusting.
Some people might be thinking you are simply not conversing with. Some of the passages you have posted have been read elsewhere. When you speak your own words you just want to insult. The evidence is everywhere.
Lumpenproletariat.
Which ones?

Tell what i have plagiarized?

Just because your GP has diagnosed you a thick c*nt, that doesn't mean everyone else is.

Bazzer (Spazzer), stop being such an up yer self tart.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: Tuesday 24 April 2012 19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 28 April 2012 15:00 Sunderland v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Newcastle Sunday 29 April 2012 13:30 Chelsea v QPR 16:00 Spurts v Blackburn Wednesday 2 May 2012 20:00 Bolton v Tottenham Sunday 6 May 2012 14:00 Bolton v West Brom 14:00 QPR v Stoke Monday 7 May 2012 20:00 Blackburn v Wigan Sunday 13 May 2012 15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn 15:00 Stoke v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Wolves 15:00 Man City v QPR By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there. The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future. Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski. However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows? Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD. Discuss. ------------------- http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/[/p][/quote]Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar? Discuss[/p][/quote]WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING. Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result. As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans. Discuss.[/p][/quote]So there you have it in black and white loyal fans. The cut and paste queen doesn't even attend matches. I suggest you get back to your Rothmans. BTW I've had a look at the website you keep trying to promote. Sorry to tell you but it's not very good. Discuss[/p][/quote]What on Earth are you talking about you babbling brook of bullsh*t? I don't attend all games, so? What does that prove? What does that mean? How does that quantify or qualify anything? Cut and paste? What have i cut and pasted? Prove what i have cut and pasted and again.... why the Alice in Wonderland topsy turvy logic? ...if something is cut and pasted - it is factually incorrect but if it is not cut and pasted - it is factually correct? What kind of bonkers barmy nonsense is that? The further one engages with you, the further down the rabbit hole one goes. Disgusting.[/p][/quote]Some people might be thinking you are simply not conversing with. Some of the passages you have posted have been read elsewhere. When you speak your own words you just want to insult. The evidence is everywhere. Lumpenproletariat.[/p][/quote]Which ones? Tell what i have plagiarized? Just because your GP has diagnosed you a thick c*nt, that doesn't mean everyone else is. Bazzer (Spazzer), stop being such an up yer self tart. Melanie :-)
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12:20am Tue 24 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Bazzer wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote: Tuesday 24 April 2012 19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 28 April 2012 15:00 Sunderland v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Newcastle Sunday 29 April 2012 13:30 Chelsea v QPR 16:00 Spurts v Blackburn Wednesday 2 May 2012 20:00 Bolton v Tottenham Sunday 6 May 2012 14:00 Bolton v West Brom 14:00 QPR v Stoke Monday 7 May 2012 20:00 Blackburn v Wigan Sunday 13 May 2012 15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn 15:00 Stoke v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Wolves 15:00 Man City v QPR By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there. The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future. Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski. However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows? Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD. Discuss. ------------------- http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/
Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar? Discuss
WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING. Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result. As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans. Discuss.
So there you have it in black and white loyal fans. The cut and paste queen doesn't even attend matches. I suggest you get back to your Rothmans. BTW I've had a look at the website you keep trying to promote. Sorry to tell you but it's not very good. Discuss
What on Earth are you talking about you babbling brook of bullsh*t? I don't attend all games, so? What does that prove? What does that mean? How does that quantify or qualify anything? Cut and paste? What have i cut and pasted? Prove what i have cut and pasted and again.... why the Alice in Wonderland topsy turvy logic? ...if something is cut and pasted - it is factually incorrect but if it is not cut and pasted - it is factually correct? What kind of bonkers barmy nonsense is that? The further one engages with you, the further down the rabbit hole one goes. Disgusting.
Some people might be thinking you are simply not conversing with. Some of the passages you have posted have been read elsewhere. When you speak your own words you just want to insult. The evidence is everywhere.
Lumpenproletariat.
You seem to spend a lot of time conversing with me...

...and why the f*ck do you keep writing Lumpenproletariat? Why? What do you keep doing it for?
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: Tuesday 24 April 2012 19:45 Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 28 April 2012 15:00 Sunderland v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Newcastle Sunday 29 April 2012 13:30 Chelsea v QPR 16:00 Spurts v Blackburn Wednesday 2 May 2012 20:00 Bolton v Tottenham Sunday 6 May 2012 14:00 Bolton v West Brom 14:00 QPR v Stoke Monday 7 May 2012 20:00 Blackburn v Wigan Sunday 13 May 2012 15:00 Chelsea v Blackburn 15:00 Stoke v Bolton 15:00 Wigan v Wolves 15:00 Man City v QPR By the time Rovers come to play Wigan on Monday 7 May, I can see either (a) the bottom 5 staying exactly as it is or (b) Wigan and Wolves where they are now with Bolton having picked up a couple of points and moving out of botton three with QPR dropping back in and Rovers still there. The game again Wigan is massive and they have same GD with only a three point gap. That could be the game that decides our future. Can't see us getting owt against Spurts and Chelski. However, with Chelski still in Champions League, who knows? Personally, If Rovers win again Wigan - it's down to the last day of the season and GD. Discuss. ------------------- http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/[/p][/quote]Back from the game pretty quick I see? No doubt you either live just around the corner or you cut, paste and posted this on your iphone, ipad or similar? Discuss[/p][/quote]WHAT HAS WHETHER I ATTENDED THE GAME GOT TO DO WITH ANYTHING. Shane - You are a guttersnipe. Don't pretend you care about the result. As for the blame the fans flyingv1... you are a scab and it is utterly despicable to blame the fans. Discuss.[/p][/quote]So there you have it in black and white loyal fans. The cut and paste queen doesn't even attend matches. I suggest you get back to your Rothmans. BTW I've had a look at the website you keep trying to promote. Sorry to tell you but it's not very good. Discuss[/p][/quote]What on Earth are you talking about you babbling brook of bullsh*t? I don't attend all games, so? What does that prove? What does that mean? How does that quantify or qualify anything? Cut and paste? What have i cut and pasted? Prove what i have cut and pasted and again.... why the Alice in Wonderland topsy turvy logic? ...if something is cut and pasted - it is factually incorrect but if it is not cut and pasted - it is factually correct? What kind of bonkers barmy nonsense is that? The further one engages with you, the further down the rabbit hole one goes. Disgusting.[/p][/quote]Some people might be thinking you are simply not conversing with. Some of the passages you have posted have been read elsewhere. When you speak your own words you just want to insult. The evidence is everywhere. Lumpenproletariat.[/p][/quote]You seem to spend a lot of time conversing with me... ...and why the f*ck do you keep writing Lumpenproletariat? Why? What do you keep doing it for? Melanie :-)
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5:45am Tue 24 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

Melanie....ignore them!

www.brsit.co.uk

Arte et Labore.
Melanie....ignore them! www.brsit.co.uk Arte et Labore. craftandgraft
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