Vital Football

Latest Blackburn Rovers News

Reidy And Dunny To Discuss Contracts

Reidy And Dunny To Discuss Contracts

Blackburn Rovers are set to open contract talks with recovering midfielders Steven Reid and David Dunn in the near future.

The pair, who have one year remaining on exisiting deals - are both wanted by Big Sam but are in line for new talks.

This is good news for Steven, who has a bad injury record but is a huge influence when fit, however he may need to discuss reduced terms due to his injury problems.

Dunn, who is super keen to sign a new deal, will sit down with Rovers boss Sam Allardyce to extend his second stay at the Blue and White army.

Sam Allardyce is expecting that both players will be available for the start of the 2009/10 season, with both back in tentative training already.

John Williams, speaking to BBC radio Lancashire said - "David and Steven have both got a year left, so we`ll sit down and have a chat with them,"

That clears that up then.



For the very latest Premier League odds

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Monday July 6 2009
Time: 9:53AM

Comments

0
I like both players but I only want them here if they will contribute and I am confident that Dunny will but 50/50 that Stevie can get up to full speed again.
Mikey D
06/07/2009 09:58:00
0
Good news that Dunny will stay, about reid let see what they can find out....cheers
riisenholt
06/07/2009 10:13:00
0
These two are my favourite Rovers players, but surely they need to have pay as you play type contracts or clauses, especially in Reidy's case. I hope they both stay.
Wellsy
06/07/2009 13:12:00
0
i wouldnt offer them anything until they prove their fitness id wait until at least xmas, i know its a gamble but they owe rovers for standing by them while they have been injured
glen9mullan
06/07/2009 13:55:00
0
I dont know about not offering them anything as I suspect both would find it fairly easy to find another club. We should just include a reduced pay clause into the contract should they get injured again.
durks de rover
06/07/2009 19:51:00
0
good idea that durks... good work!
Mikey D
07/07/2009 16:30:00
Page 1/1
  1. 1

Login to post a comment

Best of Vital Network

Recent Blackburn Rovers Articles

Mowbray Excited By Evans' Rovers Return

Blackburn have parted with 11 players, soon to become 12 when Mahoney departs, but have signed Whittingham and Smallwood. Evans' return from injury will act like as a new signing too.

Coventry League Cup Details Confirmed

The details for the League Cup first round meeting with Coventry, of course the former side of Blackburn boss Tony Mowbray, have been confirmed.

Rovers In Talks With Gillingham & QPR Midfielders

Blackburn boss Tony Mowbray, having already added Cardiff's Peter Whittingham and Rotherham's Richie Smallwood, is looking at Gillingham's Bradley Dack and QPR's Ben Gladwin.

FA End Betting Sponsorship

Late yesterday afternoon, the Football Association announced the result of its three month review of their relationship with gambling companies and that association now comes to an end.

Archived Vital Blackburn Articles

Vital Blackburn articles from

Site Journalists

Walker
Editor email
Profile
VitalRovers
no email
Profile

Current Poll (see more polls)

Will Blackburn bounce back?
Suggested By:
Yes, as League One champions62%
Yes, as runners up5%
Yes, via the play-offs6%
No27%
ScoopDragon Publishing Entire League Network of Sites
The Vital Football Members League
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News
Vital Football Comment

Recent Blackburn Rovers Results (view all)

Blackburn Rovers Fixtures (view all)

Write for Vital Football