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  1. As I said in the build up, I’m numb to rovers at the moment, nothing excites me about the team currently, from manager, first team squad, potential January signings, style of play. It’s all so... meh. Run of the mill, going through the motions. Season died when dack got busted. Mowbray is nothing, not inspiring or tactically astute. I am just struggling to get into it at all. Sounds like today was a reflection of my feelings. Need a change, the fans need a change
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  2. It’s just wank going to Ewood at the moment it really is. Boring as fuck football with players here there and everywhere bar where they should be and absolutely zero creativity. Changed my mind after Bennett’s cameo appearance too. Previously said he doesn’t get in any squad in the division bar ours, I’d extend that to league one now too. On a positive, that’s the first time I’ve heard the crowd actually disagree/show frustration at mowbray. ‘Why the fucks he on the wing’ chant in the first half as Gallagher went missing there again.
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  3. I thought the first half was quite entertaining from a neutral sort of perspective, the second half was absolutely atrocious although perhaps the appalling weather didn't help. Still 2 very poor sides out there though. Gallagher today, good grief, it was embarrassing. I know he's out of position but he just doesn't show any willingness to get into danger areas when he gets the chance. He'll be lucky to score ten goals before he hangs up his boots. No wins in six now and without Dack I cant really see where the next win is coming from. Very worrying. Two things summed up the whol
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  4. Maybe you could ask yourself why he is unliked by fans, you posted this in the summer mate saying you’d have got rid of him ??
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  5. You saved me a post, so thanks! This always happens though. Evans has a few decent games and his average at best history here is rewritten like he's been some kind of maestro who we've been lucky to have all these years. There's a reason he's the only one of Bowyer's babes left here. Purple patches of form interspersed with multiple injuries and many, many games of nothingness obviously wasn't enough to ever catch anybody else's interest. Being one of our better players this season is frankly a low bar. Evans is far from our biggest problem but symbolic of our mediocrity and how tha
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  6. Ben Pearson is a perfect example of what we’re missing. When was the last time we went to a ground and got their crowd as irritated as ours today? Boring and vanilla throughout the team just like our manager. When Evans was clattered where were our players crowding the ref and picking fights? Nobody within 10 yards of him.
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  7. I am Andy. I know for certain that several of the Select Group of referees aren't comfortable with VAR and the 'clear and obvious error' instruction that has been imposed on them. If a VAR has to spend over two minutes reviewing an incident from multiple angles how can it be clear and obvious? As a fan who spends a considerable amount of my pension on football I accept that mistakes are made by referees, players and managers and in some respects it adds to the intrigue and allure of the game. I don't want a sanitised, interrupted game where the main stakeholders (the fans) haven't a clue
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  8. And that "referee" ought to hand in his whistle first thing on Monday morning. A disgrace.
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  9. I'm beginning to feel a bit for Gallagher and become more angry with Mowbray for his crass stupidity and stubbornness in playing him out wide. He looks like a fish out of water and without a shadow of doubt has had his best moments down the middle. Mowbray is making a fool out of himself and Gallagher here. It's like he's trying to prove a point but is embarrassing himself. Into the game and I thought we were alright. On the balance of chances could have won against horrible opponents. Their players blatantly cheat and the weak referee allowed them to get away with disgusting tactics. I w
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  10. If he wanted a winger, why didn't he spend £5m on a fucking winger?
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  11. I think you Blackburn Rovers fans need to calm down a bit, your not a bad side in fact you have a lot of talented players. Ge behind your boys ... starting next weekk (of course) And no attacking us outside the mcdonalds again please it takes me all my energy to walk up that hill.
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  12. Excellent performance by the Under-21's last night at St. George's Park - and what an outstanding venue that is. We really ought to have won by more than one and controlled the game for long periods. Joe Hilton was faultless in goal and looks a real prospect. The two young centre-back - Hayden Carter and Sam Barnes were outstanding whilst Brad Lyons ran the show in midfield. Stef Mols worked tirelessly - another impressive display by this lad. Quite how Lyons and Mols can't make the bench I find astonishing at times. It would be a real blow if these two lads end up leaving without
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  13. Nonsense that needs to stop being spread about. BB’s been supported to the hilt, which shows the inherent fairness of Rovers fans who realise it’s a young lad, patience he wouldn’t have got elsewhere. A few dickheads at games and social media trolls do not represent a fanbase. But he’s been very, very poor and folk are free to say so on brfcs.
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  14. I've only just got home and not read anything on this forum yet. But I just want to say to the sizeable number of Preston "fans" who were booing & jeering Evans as he was being carried off on a stretcher after being treated for nearly 10 mins flat on his back, that you are morons & an embarrassment to yourselves, your families, your club and your town, and you are not welcome at any other football match ever again.
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  15. Not a single member of this mediocre Rovers squad excites or enthuses me. As somebody has mentioned we are moulded in the mirror image of our Manager. This club has always had hero's the fans can warm to...totally null and void right now.
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  16. Taking the point,considering the injuries. We are what we are...a mediocre mid table side with a bang average dour Manager. Going nowhere.
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  17. This is a shite PNE team. A good manager has us competing for automatic promotion with our squad. Mowbray needs to walk.
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  18. Loves talking about Brentofrd does Mowbray “Brentford jumps to mind, they’re third in the league with lots of talented foreign imports, bought relatively cheaply, but if you look for what they sell for, buying and selling is their model, buy for £1m and sell for £20m." That's presumably why they thought Raya was a snip at £3m. Buy low and sell high is a good business model but you have to spot the talent first. Apart from getting lucky with Dack, where is the evidence Mowbray can add value with the players he has bought?
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  19. I'll re-summarise that comment...what a bloody waste of a season!
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  20. All stems from the owners lack of interest and understanding- No pressure on Mowbray from above, no pressure from Mowbray on the players. Truely going through the motions. We want our Rovers back!
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  21. Not much can really be said about today’s game. But I’ll have a go... The team pretty much picked itself and there were no real controversies in the starting line up. The substitutions also picked themselves due to injury (is that another incoming transfer fee gone for a burton now?) and although I’d have brought off Gallagher not Holtby it had to be Graham who came on next. The only real gripes would be the continued and stubborn insistence on trying to get a tune out of Gallagher out wide and maybe having a more effective full back cover on the bench. Our problems are more deep r
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  22. I wouldn't that in my team. He a soft boy who is nothing than a cheat. Can give it out but soft as shit when it given. so you want a cheat in your team who drop to the floor when Gallagher did nothing to him? Ref wasn't strong enough today and he had been Preston wouldn't have got away with what they did time after time good for you. I have different opinion.
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  23. MGP receiving a good round of applause. 'This is my home' - top guy
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  24. Waggot is to tickets what his gaffer is to team selections -- all over the place week to week according to the opposition. The only people who need to get a grip is that pair.
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  25. Surely you want your wingers to be flighty? Seriously, if Duff was coming through now, his career would be doomed.
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  26. The real worry to me about this referee was that he was almost oblivious to Prestons underhanded tactics which are, without a shadow of a doubt deliberate. I lost count of the number of times they stood over the ball to prevent us taking a quick free kick, tapped the ball away or actually run away with it and delayed nearly every restart. Bradley Johnson was assaulted and not even a free kick but his worst decision was when Armstrong nipped the ball from one of their lumps and his touch was a little heavy but he was caught and the ball just went out. It was a clear foul by the Nobber but becau
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  27. Nice touch when he ignored Neil and walked over to the Blackburn end and took off his jacket to reveal his named Rovers shirt. Even better, the photographer got a shot of him in his Rovers shirt in front of the JW, and he stopped her and got her to get a photo of him in front of the BBE as well. He absolutely loves this club.
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  28. Hill's been having a rant at Bolton. I genuinely wonder what he could do with the budget Mowbray has here. This long balling a dwarf up front whilst sticking your 6'3" marquee striker signing on the wing is beyond ridiculous now. It serves nothing, never worked and never will chufing sick of this type of thing.
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  29. Venkys Wakeup and get this manager out of our club !! Boring Boring Football ....
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  30. I don't want Ben Pearson anywhere near a team I support. There's no place for his antics in football.
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  31. Maybe an unpopular opinion but thought Bell did well today, some really good covering at the back
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  32. Armstrong is having a great game for me, causing serious problems with his pace through the middle. Really hope there are no scouts watching Nyambe today.
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  34. Can’t believe another 5 changes from the team that lost to 10-man Brum reserves... Key game for Holtby in the #10 role - make it yours lad.
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  35. More non existent reasons being made up as to why it's allegedly virtually impossible to bring people in. It's apparently difficult to speak to people to ascertain if potential targets have the right sort of character, and wingers are apparently "flightly mavericks". Whatever the hell that means. It's also stating the bleeding obvious but it's a player's talent that primarily determines his longevity in the game, not their character. If you haven't got the talent, you're generally not going to prosper - unless you're Jason Lowe or Elliott Bennett who seem to have conned a lucrative c
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  36. Thanks Parson. I for one really appreciate reading these reports and good to hear the positive feedback about our national centre too.
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  37. I can only presume he thought they’d sell out so to stop tickets being bought in home areas. Then realised they weren’t going to get particularly close to selling out and he backtracked. Usual keystone cops stuff down Ewood...
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  38. I was a referee for 25 years and officiated in thousands of games (all of course without VAR). The technology, combined with completely ridiculous changes to the Laws of the Game, is threatening to make a mockery of the sport. It neither adds to the spectacle, nor supports the principles of 'fair play' - there is nothing wrong with the notion of intent as a yardstick against which to judge whether an infringement has taken place and all this ridiculous scrolling backwards and forwards in slow motion video does is to undermine the role of match officials. In my opinion, the fallibility of the p
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  39. I don't believe it is simply a lack of confidence that is his problem. He is desperately lacking in even the basic fundementals of the game, such as ball control. TM keeps giving him chances so you desperately want to believe there is some hidden talent burried in there somewhere, but I can not even imagine what that would be.
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  40. Whilst evading the fact that he broke the pot.
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  41. I would've thought that in hindsight almost every fan would realise what a decent player, excellent servant and class act Pedersen was. Same goes for Emerton. Never bad players, rarely bad games but often their consistent hard work went unnoticed. Those were the good old days and I'd have them back in a shot.
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  42. Wasn’t exactly champagne football, but it was a blood and thunder game, interesting that a neutral would find it boring.
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  43. No wins in 6 (another classic Mowbray run). Wish he would leave but not a chance.
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  44. I’ve completely lost faith with TM over transfers, our last 3 windows have been shocking and I can’t say there has been much improvement in the squad, in some areas we have gone backwards. He needs to go if we are to move forward. His refusals to signs out and out wingers is beyond ridiculous, instead signing expensive useless players to play as ‘wide forwards’.
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  45. Mystery solved - Tony doesn't buy wingers because they are "flighty individuals". What the shuddering f8ck does that mean? Is he serious? Genuinely is this a new version of The Office?
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  46. Dack apart, I think every young pĺayer has stagnated at best but mainly regressed. How that man can champion wasteful, one-dimensional players but then vilify creativity and belief is embarassing. He has gone out of his way to block progression by placing under-qualified midfielders or strikers in their positions and used them as scape goats. The sooner he is gone, the better because the club is unravelling. That purple patch of one great performance and a few raggy wins papered over some chasms that some choose not to see. Very soon, we are going to be left with crocks and disillusioned pl
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  47. This is a guy who scored a fabulous last minute winner against the Dingles, and - arguably even better - scored twice at Old Trafford to beat a top, top Man United team. MGP is a very long way down the list of players who have 'milked' BRFC, not to mention 'going through the motions'. I'd love to think that this post is a joke. If it isn't you've just showed yourself up mate, big time.
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