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King Kong Of The Congo Calm Over His Future

Christopher Samba is not being drawn into taking the bait to discuss his future at Rovers but hardly did much to quash the rumours this afternoon after a brief chat with Sky Sports.

The massive defender is a cult figure at Ewood Park after moving in a virtual unknown in January 2007.

There has been specualtion that Man City, Everton and West Ham are all interested in the man known as King Kong of the Congo but it has all been scattered rumour more than anything substantial.

Samba insists he is not dwelling too much on the transfer talk and will wait to see what happens.

Big Chris, spoke to Sky Sports and said - 'I am still at Blackburn so I can't comment,'

'Whoever wants me will need to talk to Blackburn Rovers and we will see.

'I have nothing to add. I am calm and waiting. I have had a great holiday.'

This to me seems like a hedge the bets type tactic. Samba I am sure he is keeping his options open but clearly he is very happy at Rovers.

Think we are safe with this one because it would take a monster offer for Sam to sell Samba.




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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 5 2009

Time: 3:56PM

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more than 10million and id take :) givet and nelson in middle :D but the 10mil would have to be given to sam for transfer funds
scottrover
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05/07/2009 16:09:00

Can't see it - it would surely need a massive offer to prise Chris Samba from Ewood.
YORK ROVER
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05/07/2009 17:16:00

agreed with York, it would take somet stupid for him to go!
Mikey D
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05/07/2009 19:38:00

like i said 10million or more!
scottrover
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05/07/2009 23:11:00

id accept 10 mill plus to scottrover providing we getr funds although mrs would be gutted her fav player
glen9mullan
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05/07/2009 23:25:00

Saw in a danish newspaper that Dortmund were very interested in Samba, but let see what happens. Hope he stays, don't want a new player in the center defence...cheers
riisenholt
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06/07/2009 08:29:00

 

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