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Bunn back in the Oven

Rovers have recalled on-loan Blades goalkeeper Mark Bunn to act as back up to Jason Brown as Paul Robinson recovers from injury.

Bunn only played last night and his last act as a Sheffield United player was to keep a clean sheet against Blackpool.

Bunn has been in good form for Sheffield Red and White half. Despite a rocky patch, Bunn has been a hit at Bramall Lane and rumour has it that United coud well move in to buy him in the summer.

But for now he is back at Ewood Park and will be on the bench for the match against Chelsea on Sunday afternoon.

Welcome back Mark.




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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 17 2010

Time: 8:45AM

Your Comments

So Bunn gets the nod due to experience over Fielding then I guess?
Mikey Delap
i guess so! hopefully browny can do the job for us!
sasman
Has more experience than Fielding so I expected it to be him but with any luck Brown (bar that unexpected error for Spurs' second) will have a good stint in goal. We know he can do a job. Also that is a shocking headline Mikey haha !
fransavarese
thanks Fran!!! ha ha! I tried my best! I am sure he will be fine if needed will the Bunn but I dont think we will need him on pitch...
Mikey Delap
Hotdog bun or sausage bun
metalrover
We know though that whatever Browny does he'll be out the team in a blink of an eye when Robbo returns. Good to have Bunn back but think he'll be a bit put out having to give up regular first-team football but we do own him after all.
Walker
I have faith in Brown - he'll do the business for us. And Bunn is good back up.
FreidelNo.1
Very true that walker, as soon as Robbo comes back he will be back on the bench but then that is what he signed up for when he agreed to be back up!
Mikey Delap
haha the headline is brilliant. As everyone is saying, bar the shocker on the weekend, Brown will do the job. How long is robbo out?
retroflair31
 

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