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Judas on his way back to Rovers.....

Judas on his way back to Rovers.....

Rumours are circulating that Sam Allardyce is moving in on securing Lucas Neill on a 3 year contract on up to $50k a week. Lucas comes of contract this summer, and Sam believes he can make a cut price offer to bring back Judas to Ewood. The news from down under has it that Judas is almost a certainty back at Ewood, with Oijer on his way to Az Alkamaar.

Im sure this move will cause a stir among fans, with many possibly rating this move worse then possibly El Hadji Diouf signing for the club. Sure, Judas can play, he is a top footballer, but, he deserted us, left us, and why should he be welcomed back.

Sasman can always forgive, but he never forgets.....He sure would prefer an Englishman in Ryan Taylor, over Judas Neill...

Sasman
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Writer:Sasman!
Date:Saturday January 3 2009
Time: 6:39AM

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The latest is that it could be a free transfer, good business, but surely, morally, no......
sasman
03/01/2009 06:42:00
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Aussie press wont make up there mind, he could also be joining Harry Kewell in Turkey......ah well hope that 1 is more factual
sasman
03/01/2009 06:44:00
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id have him back, was always a great player for rovers and if he is wearing blue and white im sure we can all forget the past
glen9mullan
03/01/2009 07:12:00
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As i said, Sas can forgive (eventually) but he never gets. Somethings are just morally wrong...what Judas did is morally wrong. He should feel priveledged i even wrote this article lol. Friedel left, and yes he even said he will get a final pay day, but at least he was open and honest. Judas can rot
sasman
03/01/2009 07:18:00
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it is funny and i am glad that nothings turns out well for players/managers who left blackburn in recent seasons; duff, dunn, neill, bellamy, mark hughes, bentley,...the list can go on if we include fringe players, with the exception of brad friedel :) this is a hint for santa cruz. anyway, if neill is serious about coming back, i can look over that. we do have a void in his position, vacated by him.
dominator2800
03/01/2009 07:22:00
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If Neill really REALLY wants to make it up to the fans then i will give him the chance. However, if he just thinks that he can waltz back in without any sort of apology or statement he can go do one.
Mikey D
03/01/2009 09:03:00
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I for one would welcome back Lucas. he served our club well, never giving less than 100% even when going through bad patches in form. Don't forget he is only a footballer wanting to maximise his income just like Roque, Benni and david Bentley the well known Spurs fullback. He never asked for a transfer just said he wanted to move at the end of his contract. It is worth mentioning that if the club does not want the services of a player they are in no obligation to extend his contract and in the same vane the player has no obligation to stay.
Ewoodrover
03/01/2009 13:06:00
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Would be a welcome addition to our back line for sure! The rumour as I have heard it is that West ham have told Galatasaray that they can have Neill for free providing they take up his current contract, at approx £70k per week. Paying him £50k a week is wrong IMO but there is a lack of talented RBs in the game at present so we seem to be stuck between the devil and the deep blue sea. Would certainly be an interesting one nonetheless.
BomBom
03/01/2009 17:46:00
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It would be interesting, he is def the required standard but surely West Ham cant dictate what his next club pay him? all they want is him off the wage bill!
Mikey D
03/01/2009 18:21:00
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bring him back!!! but doubt he would return to rovers
glen9mullan
03/01/2009 19:32:00
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