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Rovers Allow Bunn To Join Leicester

Blackburn Rovers have allowed Mark Bunn to leave Ewood Park for a loan spell with Leicester City.

The 24-year-old goalkeeper was signed by former manager Paul Ince last summer from Northampton Town but has been restricted to just the one first-team appearance for Rovers to date, this being the FA Cup-tie with Blyth Spartans in January when Sam Allardyce selected him.

Its not yet known quite what sort of future Bunn will have at Ewood under Allardyce, but his immediate future (for the next month at least) will be with the League One leaders.

Meanwhile Rovers legend Matt Jansen has joined Huddersfield Town on trial as he looks to get his career back on track.

The 31-year-old is looking to get back into football after two-years out of it and previously spent some time training with Rovers again, but couldn't win a deal. Another of Jansen's former clubs Carlisle United are also interested, but he will now feature in a reserve match for Huddersfield as he looks to earn himself a deal.


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Writer: Walker Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 18 2009

Time: 5:21PM

Your Comments

Good on you Matty!!! go for it lad! As for Bunn... this cant do him any harm at all.
Mikey D
it's interesting to note that bunn has been the backup keeper instead of brown since big same takeover.
dominator2800
I have lost count, every window we always sign a goal keeper and never sell, bunn, brown, robbo, the chap from the faroe islands, im sure their are a couple more lol
sasman
true sasman. Where do they all end up? I remember seeing Fielding on loan at Wycombe and he looked decent too.
Money4midfield
Fielding is a cracking goalie. Brown is now understudy to Robbo and Nielsen is on loan at Dundee (I think).
Mikey D
all out on loan i guess, and hopefully 1 turns out trumps
sasman
Good luck to Matty, and also Bunn. I'm personally not that sure Bunn will have a future under Big Sam, but this loan will do him good.
Walker
 

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