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    Jesus, you gotta be kidding me...

    We have a 15million pound signing on the bench, and he brings on Aaron Lennon.... REALLY!!!!

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    I know that baffled me completely.I thought he would be starting.SD is starting to lose the plot.He cant use the too many players injured excuse any more like last season.3 goals shipped in 6 minutes.

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    I'm lost, I really am.

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    chasing a 3:1 and Lenon, Vydra and Jay Rod are your answer .......really wft..
    Can we get some youth lads, on
    Seriously what's the point is these 3?
    pace? Nope
    Height? Nope
    Ability? Nope

    What and why are they coming on?

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    Surely you understand Sean Dyche by now Cornholme, NO I DON'T UNDERSTAND HIM EITHER.

    All I can say is if he's good enough to be on the bench he (should) be good enough to come on, but he's left there all night, along with the whispers between the 3 unwise Monkeys on the touchline covering their mouths so no one can hear them (its ok you are talking a load of bollox and nobody is listening) when less talk and more changes where needed as soon as possible, but NO why change a losing mentality.

    All us Burnley fans have to be brain dead with what we are having to put up with

    To answer your question Corn, Lennon should not have been given a return, NOT IN A MILLION YEARS

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    Hear hear Alto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altobelli View Post
    Surely you understand Sean Dyche by now Cornholme, NO I DON'T UNDERSTAND HIM EITHER.

    All I can say is if he's good enough to be on the bench he (should) be good enough to come on, but he's left there all night, along with the whispers between the 3 unwise Monkeys on the touchline covering their mouths so no one can hear them (its ok you are talking a load of bollox and nobody is listening) when less talk and more changes where needed as soon as possible, but NO why change a losing mentality.

    All us Burnley fans have to be brain dead with what we are having to put up with

    To answer your question Corn, Lennon should not have been given a return, NOT IN A MILLION YEARS
    I think it was desperation Alto.The Cornet deal was not done and we needed bodies on the cheap.It is pathetic it really is.

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    I'm amazed anyone thought Cornet would be playing tonight, there were a few posts last week saying he wouldn't be playing until he was 'Dyche fit' and he won't be. Whether you like it or not, new signings under Dyche who come straight into the team are as rare as rocking horse sh1t, Cornet was never going to be an exception.

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    Lennon must be Dyche fit then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altobelli View Post
    Surely you understand Sean Dyche by now Cornholme, NO I DON'T UNDERSTAND HIM EITHER.

    All I can say is if he's good enough to be on the bench he (should) be good enough to come on, but he's left there all night, along with the whispers between the 3 unwise Monkeys on the touchline covering their mouths so no one can hear them (its ok you are talking a load of bollox and nobody is listening) when less talk and more changes where needed as soon as possible, but NO why change a losing mentality.

    All us Burnley fans have to be brain dead with what we are having to put up with

    To answer your question Corn, Lennon should not have been given a return, NOT IN A MILLION YEARS
    Away from the above - which is true
    I would have liked a little bit of passion on the pitch when out - losing possession if you watch the game back when the tactical change came and they freed D Couret up by allowing Gomez s to have possession centrally we looked like a pub team , the irony is that 1st half Commentary tells us we all know our jobs and weíre good at that , people on here are blaming defence but from what I watched itís midfield where the main issues are , the defence gets exposed because theyíre starting to make rash decisions due to the opposition driving their bus through the middle of the park,
    Several occasions last night we lost possession and we just let the opposition go , like our defence will stop them it didnít Iím afraid and we let them back in through slack possession and lack of Will to retrieve the ball.

    Iíve posted many times on here regarding players and the level football weíre competing in , I believe you canít carry one person and weíre carrying 4/5 at least last night you canít play for 20 mins and think youíve done enough in a game.

    Tarkowski the man whoís leaving was more pissed off than any other player at whatís happening in front of him , Keane stood on his own Wood watching him and Mee trying to close down Townsend out wide ,

    Iíve said before Dyche s dithering may cost us as people lose faith and momentum in the dressing room.

    Going back to before we kicked a ball we knew pace was an issue for us all over the field we failed to address that and I believe weíll pay the price this time around .

    Itís frustrating for fans , not just the lack of investment but the fact that we canít change / adapt to compete at this level of football.

    My final moan is we are the nicest team in the league , listening to klopp not obviously but weíre not cynical when we should be , weíre not clever at disguising niggley tackles , we def donít kick people , and we always help them up if we accidentally knock them over - itís all just too nice.

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