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3 hours ago, Dreams of 1995 said:

I am still trying to find evidence of this celebrity lifestyle Dack has been leading during his time with us that has warranted the mediocre claims.............................

I don't dare to suggest most are confusing his rich lifestyle with a celebrity lifestyle - of course he's got a plastic mrs, designer clothes and taste for good things....he's on more than 10k a week, so would you!

You have seen him crouching down at a friends BBQ haven't you?

I reckon Ms. Atwood brings home far more bacon than the average footballer's WAG too.

Doesn't seem a bad lass all told really, but she gets some pretty unfair commentary on here I have to say. 

 

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Fair point Chaddy , think JB summed it up well on twitter  Link   Imagine the negotiations between Venkys and Levy. Insane. Levy: We will give you 10m. 2m upfront, 8m when we win the le

So he got more points in February than Tony Mowbray did , manager material?

Fair enough, if you've got a problem with his off the field antics and the celebrity nature of his girlfriend, I think a lot of people are re-writing history about Dack here. Barring a couple of

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Dack is a top player, that’s for sure. Has he got the hunger and desire to be a top, top player? I’m not convinced he has. 

I’m not convinced he’s the type to put in extra hours when he doesn’t have to. We see the likes of Travis on Insta putting in the work for next season already, whereas I suspect Dack is more interested in living the party lifestyle over the summer with his ‘celebrity’ girlfriend. He’s perfectly entitled to do that but perhaps it gives a bit of an insight into the different priorities of players.

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3 hours ago, rovers11 said:

Dack is a top player, that’s for sure. Has he got the hunger and desire to be a top, top player? I’m not convinced he has. 

I’m not convinced he’s the type to put in extra hours when he doesn’t have to. We see the likes of Travis on Insta putting in the work for next season already, whereas I suspect Dack is more interested in living the party lifestyle over the summer with his ‘celebrity’ girlfriend. He’s perfectly entitled to do that but perhaps it gives a bit of an insight into the different priorities of players.

Is it fair to base this on peoples Instagram's or social media?

I dont have Instagram but from everything thats posted on here etc, the vast majority of it is posted by his attention desperate girlfriend, putting up videos from when they go out will be much more interesting to her followers presumably that videos of Dack training. I am sure Dack has done something to keep himself ticking over too, and I'm sure Travis has got pissed up on holiday over the summer.

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On ‎14‎/‎06‎/‎2019 at 16:00, S8 & Blue said:

I think hunger is his problem tbh.

If Dack had a real hunger and burning desire to play in the  Prem he would be pushing for a move away from Ewood right now either to a top Championship Club or mid to lower Prem club....

Another season with us then he will be off in my opinion. If and when he does go, I'd wish him luck, he has been great for us. 

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On 14/06/2019 at 15:18, rovers11 said:

I’m not convinced he’s the type to put in extra hours when he doesn’t have to.

You could say the same about many club legends for us, Garner & Tugay being the obvious ones.

Don't get me wrong, I hope he gets better for the greater benefit of the club (whether that's achieving success here or a bringing in a massive transfer fee) and himself, but if Garner/Tugay status is all he ends up achieving at the end of his career I'll take that as a Rovers fan, even if it could be legitimately argued by then that he didn't make the most of his natural talent from this point onwards.

 

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33 minutes ago, Atko's Engine said:

You could say the same about many club legends for us, Garner & Tugay bring the obvious ones.

Don't get me wrong, I hope he gets better for the greater benefit of the club (whether that's achieving success here or a bringing in a massive transfer fee) and himself, but if Garner/Tugay status is all he ends up achieving at the end of his career I'll take that as a Rovers fan, even if it could be legitimately argued by then that he didn't make the most of his natural talent from this point onwards.

 

Spot on. 

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Bradley Dack is a bloody good footballer and I enjoy watching him...

Many years ago ,I saw Tony Field he was a breath of fresh air and a  good un ...

After Bowyer's refusal to play attacking players and the Coyle  fiasco , Brad Dack is of similar Ilk , enjoy him whilst you can !!!

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2 hours ago, Waggy76 said:

Bradley Dack is a bloody good footballer and I enjoy watching him...

Many years ago ,I saw Tony Field he was a breath of fresh air and a  good un ...

After Bowyer's refusal to play attacking players and the Coyle  fiasco , Brad Dack is of similar Ilk , enjoy him whilst you can !!!

Mm, Tony Field, what a good signing he was. He played a bit nearer the centre forward than Dack does. Not as strong as Dack but faster with quick feet, he was an excellent finisher. A bit Simon Garner style for those who never saw him play. Good enough to play in the old First Division when he left Rovers. 

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1 hour ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

Mm, Tony Field, what a good signing he was. He played a bit nearer the centre forward than Dack does. Not as strong as Dack but faster with quick feet, he was an excellent finisher. A bit Simon Garner style for those who never saw him play. Good enough to play in the old First Division when he left Rovers. 

I certainly wouldn't compare Dack with Garner

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1 hour ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

Mm, Tony Field, what a good signing he was. He played a bit nearer the centre forward than Dack does. Not as strong as Dack but faster with quick feet, he was an excellent finisher. A bit Simon Garner style for those who never saw him play. Good enough to play in the old First Division when he left Rovers. 

Good enough to play alongside Pele and Georgie Best as well

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Just now, S8 & Blue said:

Sound the “Bradley Dack is in the gym when he doesn’t have to be” klaxon

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Ya but that doesn't count cos it goes against the general narrative 

Not sure what he is planning on doing with the little pink dumbell mind 

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1 hour ago, Bigdoggsteel said:

Ya but that doesn't count cos it goes against the general narrative 

Not sure what he is planning on doing with the little pink dumbell mind 

Putting it back on the rack for Olivia. 

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