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Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan

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21Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan - Page 2 Empty Re: Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan Thu Mar 24 2022, 23:19

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Copper Dragon wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:
We've given up talking about our tea. We are now front and centre on the issues of the day, be it politcs, sport. music or fashion. As you can see, there are a few flies in the ointment.

https://forum.boltonnuts.co.uk/t23808-bonce-the-massive-gobshite


Trouble at mill again. 

Shame really, as I missed it.  Smile

Stand your ground Bonce, don't let that bint Nat bully you.   :trust:
It’s these vegetarians causing all the trouble these days Very Happy

22Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan - Page 2 Empty Re: Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan Fri Mar 25 2022, 08:31

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Copper Dragon wrote:

Cheers Norpig  Cool

Out of interest, what did you have for your tea today?  Smile
Cheese and Onion pie with beans  Laughing

23Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan - Page 2 Empty Re: Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan Fri Mar 25 2022, 11:18

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Norpig wrote:
Cheese and Onion pie with beans  Laughing
That's not bad. I made do with a Quorn pasty, washed down with a Bundaberg ginger beer.

24Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan - Page 2 Empty Re: Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan Fri Mar 25 2022, 17:23

Copper Dragon

Copper Dragon
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo

Sluffy wrote:

What's the latest finance wise at Turf Moor?

The last I heard was that your new owners weren't paying the bills or some such?

'No concerns' - Alan Pace and Mike Garlick reassure fans and respond to Burnley financial claims
https://www.lancs.live/sport/football/football-news/burnley-alk-alan-pace-garlick-22815753

Can't see relegation helping much if you do have financial troubles now already?


There are no financial troubles, as yet.

What there is trouble with is that no one (fans wise) know or understand how and why the deal was funded by ALK, and what the repayments are to their loan for it.

We went from 10's of millions of pounds cash rich club, to now paying a loan(s) back.

The former Chairman, Mike 'prudent smiling assassin' Garlick has done very well out of it, and he says there are no concerns (well there won't be for him), but there are some of the old guard still on the board and they aren't concerned either.

I do believe there is something in the deal about repayments in the event of being in the Championship.

But as we (fans of small to mid sized clubs) all know, when you start not doing so well on the pitch and you have more money going out than coming in, then the excrement can hit the fan.

The Wifi is better at t'Turf now since they've come in, so we can all watch porn when we're getting fed up of Ben Mee at centre half lofting one of his 60 yard specials. A small victory is that..

25Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan - Page 2 Empty Re: Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan Fri Mar 25 2022, 17:24

Copper Dragon

Copper Dragon
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo

Norpig wrote:
Cheese and Onion pie with beans  Laughing


Good grief, wind central  Very Happy

26Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan - Page 2 Empty Re: Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan Fri Mar 25 2022, 21:52

Sluffy

Sluffy
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Copper Dragon wrote:There are no financial troubles, as yet.

What there is trouble with is that no one (fans wise) know or understand how and why the deal was funded by ALK, and what the repayments are to their loan for it.

We went from 10's of millions of pounds cash rich club, to now paying a loan(s) back.

The former Chairman, Mike 'prudent smiling assassin' Garlick has done very well out of it, and he says there are no concerns (well there won't be for him), but there are some of the old guard still on the board and they aren't concerned either.

I do believe there is something in the deal about repayments in the event of being in the Championship.

But as we (fans of small to mid sized clubs) all know, when you start not doing so well on the pitch and you have more money going out than coming in, then the excrement can hit the fan.

The Wifi is better at t'Turf now since they've come in, so we can all watch porn when we're getting fed up of Ben Mee at centre half lofting one of his 60 yard specials. A small victory is that..

Thanks Stan.

Good news about the wifi though!

As always I hope you (and Everton) stay up and although I've no problem with them, it would be fun to see Saudi funded Newcastle get relegated (although they probably won't).

How do the fans feel about Dyche these days, is he still untouchable or is it coming time for a change perhaps?

27Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan - Page 2 Empty Re: Frank Worthington was a Burnley fan Sat Mar 26 2022, 10:19

wanderlust

wanderlust
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Burnley fans are split about Sean Dyche. They love him, but there's been a lot of criticism especially earlier in the season (when they couldn't buy a result) about his unwillingness to vary the playing style. It peaked when Woods was sold but when Weggy arrived and put in a couple of strong performances a lot of the doubters were back on board.
Whilst some of the performances against the better teams have been good - beating Spurs for example -  it's the results against the other teams near the bottom that have ground their gears: the recent loss to Brentford, the home draw with Watford, losing to Leeds etc.
Most are resigned to relegation despite a couple of false dawns but the mood is generally one of acceptance and there doesn't seem to be any desire to lose Dyche even amongst his critics.
The feeling towards Pace though is one of deep suspicion and disappointment.
And Garlick is generally hated.

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