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I don't really want to steep but for Barton I will, I specifically remember Burnley holding a giant promotion parade in 2014 when they finished 2nd to Leicester trophy, bus and everything.

 

So not quite sure how they have the cajones to try to mock our pitch celebrations. In 3 months no one will remember who was 1st or 2nd it's pretty irrelevant from this point it's all about finishing from 17th up in the Prem.

 

Ladies and gentleman I present Burnley FC fans, staff and players celebrating 2nd place trophy in hand with a bus in 2014, enjoy:

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The ridiculous thing is I am told thousands follow his every word on twitter, he has appeared on Question Time to tell us all his views and who is he at the end of the day, an average footballer ....

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So the wonderful thing that is Joey barton has opened his orrible little gob again.

 

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/joey-barton-labels-middlesbrough-w-7934884

 

 

Joey Barton labels Middlesbrough "w******" after celebrating Premier League promotion

 

For next season maybe

 

I'm a wa*ker,

I'm a w*nker,

I'm a w*nker yes I am

But I'd rather be a w*nker than a f**king Burnley fan

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We might be ***ers but at least we don't have to live in Burnley.

 

Wait, that sounds familiar... hasn't somebody said something like that before? :D

 

He's a grade A tit and he constantly makes a fool out of himself. I can't imagine there's a single Boro fan who gives a rat's *** that we didn't get the title and willing to bet Burnley fans were the same 2 years ago.

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Also, I too had no idea that 2nd place was awarded a trophy or medals. Completely oblivious and willing to bet a large proportion of the fans who ran onto the pitch knew just as much.

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Burnley had the open top bus parade that Barton mocks heavily of course burnley fans didn't care two years ago :p

 

Barton is just a ***. He mocked burnley relentlessly before signing and suddenly changing his tune.

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Also, I too had no idea that 2nd place was awarded a trophy or medals. Completely oblivious and willing to bet a large proportion of the fans who ran onto the pitch knew just as much.

 

Same here to be fair, I sort of repeated the process I went through in my head when I realised we did in my post.

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We really need to get a Joey Barton, Joey Barton, Joey Barton is a c**t... Joey Barton is a c**t chant going for the Burnley games.

 

Or something that will really rile him up. The guys a has-been, making headlines by being a gob***e cos he can't prove himself on the pitch.

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Apparently he's missed out on a winners medal.

 

Burnley put 27 names forward and only 25 medals are available. Barton was one of the last to turn up to the celebrations and thus missed out on a medal.

HAHAHAHAHA

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Him and Tarkowski will get their medals eventually, Burnley and the Football League have already said that I'm sure. Don't know why they're making such a big fuss out of it, tbh.

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Just seen on SSN that he now has his medal - pictured with his wife and kids.

 

Wonder if they have the cigarette burns yet?

 

If he'd knuckled down he may have acheived a bit more in his career. He'll look back knowing he's messed up too often and will have his own regrets.

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I don't really want to steep but for Barton I will, I specifically remember Burnley holding a giant promotion parade in 2014 when they finished 2nd to Leicester trophy, bus and everything.

 

So not quite sure how they have the cajones to try to mock our pitch celebrations. In 3 months no one will remember who was 1st or 2nd it's pretty irrelevant from this point it's all about finishing from 17th up in the Prem.

 

Ladies and gentleman I present Burnley FC fans, staff and players celebrating 2nd place trophy in hand with a bus in 2014, enjoy:

 

Haha this is brilliant. At least our new players have some sort of an idea about Boro's history. Barton can't even remember two seasons ago.

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While Joey is a complete prat, I'll defend him on this one. He seems like he's just having fun and working the crowd, I don't think he was really being specifically malicious to us, we just happened to be the team he could target. I didn't know about the 2nd place trophy myself and it did seem a bit bizarre.

 

All that said JHalden's post is brilliant.

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