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Gallagher's Future Even More Unclear

Blackburn Rovers striker Paul Gallagher, who is currently on loan with Plymouth Argyle, is facing an uncertain future.

Gallagher has virtually no future with Rovers (and this is probably something that the striker is happy about as he is feed up with his constant loan moves without being given a proper chance) and is currently on a season-long loan with Championship side Plymouth. However, his future is unclear as Rovers could look to sell him, and that might not be to them!

Gallagher is quoted as saying: "I think the thing is I can stay here on loan but if anything comes then Blackburn will consider selling me.

"I just have to concentrate on playing. It's out of my hands and this club's. It could be this club or any club that come in and take a chance on me but I just have to concentrate on playing football.

"I'm just concentrating on my mentality and the mentality is I will be here for the season-long loan which I signed, so if anything happens, it happens.
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I still feel sorry for Gally as he hasn't really been given the proper chance he deserves. I feel even more sorry for him now really as he is left in limbo somewhat, when all he wants to do is play football and he is doing this with Plymouth and seemingly enjoying it.


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Writer: Walker Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 17 2009

Time: 9:15AM

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Such a shame as we could use Gally as a right winger as he plays there as well. I rate him even if other dont.
Mikey D
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17/01/2009 09:35:00

I feel for the lad, I've always liked Gally. Still, the sooner his future is clear, the better for him I think.
Money4midfield
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17/01/2009 16:57:00

 

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