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Rovers Sign Man United Right Back

Paul Ince has completed his third signing for Blackburn Rovers with the capture of Manchester United defender Danny Simpson.

Ince had said that signing a right-back had been one of his priorities and he has managed to do this with the signing of the 21-year-old, who arrives at Ewood Park on loan for the season. With Gary Neville back from injury, and Wes Brown both ahead of him at Old Trafford Simpson would've been unlikely to make the breakthrough this season so he leaves for another loan spell after loans with Royal Antwerp, Sunderland and Ipswich Town previously.

Welcome to Ewood Danny, now show us what you can do.


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Date:Monday August 4 2008
Time: 6:34PM


I've not really seen him play, so I don't know much about him but if he's a Man United player he can't be bad can he.
04/08/2008 18:37:00
The time will tell, does Danny is good, or not for your team
04/08/2008 18:48:00
I have always been impressed with what I've seen from him and this is a good move. Would be nice if there is a permanent option at the end of it. Looking forward to seeing him fit in.
04/08/2008 19:07:00
Will be a shame if successful, and then we don't get him, but not sure yet haven't really seen him.
04/08/2008 20:39:00
A good addition. Not too bothered that he's a loan signing because he's not been really tried at this level. Am happy with the caution that we are showing in the transfer market......keep loanin em Incey with options to make them permenant at the end of the season. Luv the trial policy that we have too. If anyone has a problem wi this then i point to Kevin Davies, Nathan Blake, Per Frandsen, Tomas Brolin etc etc....we cant afford to spend big money on w£$k players!! Further to this has anyone seen the reports of "unrest" within the Rovers camp and the "Bentley Incident" which have been reported this morning??? See guys, i reported these things two days ago on this site - "Survey of the Highs and Lows" (Read it). See SASMAN, i have the inside track my friend!!!!!!!
05/08/2008 07:16:00
PS the "Tomas Brolin" bit was actually supposed to be Martin Dahlin!!!!! ha ha they were equally as Sh1t!!
05/08/2008 07:18:00
The list of ****e that have donned a Rovers shirt could go on. I have to agree with the loan idea. However, if they do have a blinding season, we don't get anything for them when they move on. We must have a pre-agreed buy option in the loan agreement...Hopefully, with out the massive sell-on clause!
Decimus Poole
05/08/2008 08:59:00
05/08/2008 09:33:00
OZ, another riveting addition to this blog....i really dont know where u get the inspiration for ur words!!!!!!!
05/08/2008 10:12:00
giveth the guy chance n you neva know he mite end up being like clichey of arsenal, n then again we dont want a another berner.that was ones hughes is biggest mistake, i do like what incey is doing with his no nonsense approach n yeah bentley was class but one man cant the whole team plus we should be able 2 sign 2-3 more players who cud be fighting for a 1st team spot! hope this new chilean guys dude.seen his clip on youtube n the boys got pace flair n good balance and great finishing.cant wait 4 new season! the futures bright the futures blackburn!
05/08/2008 13:14:00
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