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More Bull From Ferguson

Ex-Rovers and current Birmingham midfielder Barry Ferguson has gone out on a limb to say he has nothing to prove tonight when his new club play his old club.

Barry shed some light on his thoughts before the big match at St.Andrews.

Our friend Barry, speaking to Sky Sports said - 'It is just another game. I had two years at Blackburn and enjoyed myself there - but now I am enjoying myself at Birmingham.

'The last six months of my time up the road (at Rangers) was not the most enjoyable but I am back to enjoying football and playing every game.

'I had a knee-cap injury at Blackburn. A lot of people said I didn't enjoy my time there. That was not the case.

'I have not got a point to prove. I started off well but then I got the bad injury. I came back from it and I played a lot of games for Blackburn. I did well. I was captain there.

'But it was a case of 'when your old club comes calling' so I kind of left under a bit of a cloud. I went back to Rangers and won more championships and cups and got to a UEFA Cup final.'

Now the problem here is that Barry seems to have forgotten the nonsense he spouted as reason for leaving Rovers. A classic sign of someone who was lying at the time.

He said he was leaving as he didn't enjoy the 'derby' match between Bolton and Blackburn (which isnt actually the main derby match anyway) and he felt he was undervalued at Rovers.

Basically he is a big headed moron that thought he was too good.



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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Tuesday December 15 2009
Time: 8:47AM

Comments

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Should be interesting to see how the Rovers lot respond tonight!
Mikey Delap
15/12/2009 09:51:00
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Lets hope you show him the respect he deserves and he doesn't get stick from all 5 of you.
adamsgj
15/12/2009 11:17:00
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Dont worry, he will get the respect he deserves - i.e. not much at all. All 5 of us?! lol thats almost funny, the last time you travelled to Ewood you were given an allocation of 5,000 and 800 turned up. Pot. Kettle. Black anyone?
Mikey Delap
15/12/2009 11:24:00
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There's always one. Try reading up on the circmstances he left in and check out some of his performances from when we was at Rovers, instead of believing the quoted tripe thats come out of his overused gob.
fransavarese
15/12/2009 12:15:00
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adamsgj - We'll give him the respect that you guys showed Robbie Savage and David Dunn
FreidelNo.1
15/12/2009 14:02:00
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Talking should be done on the pitchand not of it, so I'll reserve to much comment until after the match!!
Walker
15/12/2009 17:47:00
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