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Williams stands firm over Allardyce

Williams stands firm over Allardyce

Blackburn chairman and all round good bloke John Williams has issued a big 'hands off' warning to West Ham as he warns that any sort of approach for current Rovers boss Sam Allardyce will not be met kindly.

In a brief statement the Rovers purse string holder made his point clear.

John Williams gave a brief statement to the Lancashire Telegraph and said - "There`s been no approach and we wouldn`t welcome any approach,"

Why beat around the bush when you can make yourself clear swiftly?

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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Tuesday May 18 2010
Time: 9:50AM

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Safe to say he ain't going anywhere?
Mikey Delap
18/05/2010 09:52:00
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I think so - West Ham want Avram, and I don't think the fans would want Big Sam and his 'style' of football either.
FreidelNo.1
18/05/2010 10:08:00
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Had this popped up 1 year ago how many people would be biting off west ham's hand? I've always stood by sam and I'm glad J-Willy has quickly come out and made the clubs stance clear.
fransavarese
18/05/2010 12:06:00
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What a guy!!! Get them told JW!!!
bennipoo
18/05/2010 13:31:00
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on the bright side, it's a testament to what Big Sam has achieved here.
DommyWalker
18/05/2010 15:51:00
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We should buy Mr Williams a t-shirt that says "Step outside porn boy"
Stubbs
18/05/2010 22:47:00
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I wouldn't cross a man with that luxurious of a mustache. It's like fighting a pretty boxer--bad news.
SoCal Rover
19/05/2010 04:40:00
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