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The media speak more rubbish about a Rovers player

David Dunn is apparently being offered a lucrative move to Dubai's Al-Nasr when his Rovers contract runs out in the summer of 2010.

Dunny has also caught the eye of several of top European clubs as well.

Where to start?! This is complete and utter tosh.

For starters, no mention that David Dunn is likely to be offered a new deal by christmas if he continues this rich vein of form.

No mention of the fact that Dunn can't be offered any external deals until six months before his current contract expires.

And finally no mention that David Dunn is actually a Blackburn Rovers fan and any new deal offered to him by the club will likely be signed...

The bullshit factory is working overtime again!




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The Journalist

Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 10 2009

Time: 10:32AM

Your Comments

I would believe this if he wasnt playing in the fist team and so well at that. But i really dont see the rovers player and fan jumping ship for money when the rovers fans are singing praises about him left right and center
aadil4rovers
super super stuff from the struggling daily mail! where do they get it from sometimes!?
Mikey Delap
I think this could be interesting for David Dunn maybe in 5-7 years. Then he would be 34-36 years old and have to end his career. But if David leave Rovers next summer, then it´s probably okey. I don´t think any team should have a player with so low ambition for his own career. Sure it pays off, but your skills won´t grow. Why can´t the media link us with Ribery and Messi instead? There´s no truth in it anyway. Maybe some journalists should try to use their brain 15 more minuts every morning before they just write bull*****? In normal jobs, you shouldn´t do any mistakes. But journalist can do plenty of them. How would it be if doctors can do the same? -I have run the testresults of your itching at your back, we´re talking about cancer. David Dunn: you would never leave your favourite club for this one already or what??
lazyfrog
 

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