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Ngog now linked in most tedious summer ever

God this is a tedious summer of transfer speculation at our club.

Not only can we not really spend any cash until this takeover business finishes, we are linked with players like Matt Taylor, Guti and David Nugent - players we couldn't even buy if we wanted to.

The takeover must be finalised before any real money is spent. So papers linking us with multi million £££ strikers are having a laugh and clearly haven't done any research whatsoever.

But at least today something that verges towards viable has appeared.

Liverpool forward and best friend of Birmingham City David Ngog has been linked with a loan move to Rovers (and West Brom).

David has little chance of getting some regular action at the Scousers next season and Rovers need a striker. It is a loan move so would cost sweet F.A and fits the profile of what we need.

David himself hasn't ruled a move out on loan as he told Sky Sports quiet bluntly - 'I wouldn't rule it out.'

It's a start.

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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 8 2010

Time: 12:32PM

Your Comments

He would be a good addition but can we even sign him at the moment?!
Mikey Delap
this guy is fail....i would rather jason robeerts up front....did i just say that?
sasman
I would rather get Grabbi back...
Tugay5
Loan signing, why not? Don't think he will do any worse than Di Santo. Bring him in!
metalrover
I say get him in. We could be stuck with no signings at this rate. he scored 8 goals last season mostly from the bench for a team struggling for form. Surely he can't be any worse than Di Santo and given half the chances would outscore Jason Roberts twice over.
ITSALLROVER
he could be good given some guidance - in sam we trust
LHrover
Tugay5.... really dude?!?
Mikey Delap
Grabbi worked hard, and but for Barthez might have had a different Rovers career altogether. But back to topic, Ngog has never impressed me and I've seen him a number of times. You never know he might come in and prove me wrong.
Tugay5
True, sometimes I guess there is only one way to find out!!!
Mikey Delap
Can't see him in our team I rather have Peter Utaka or Djiby Fall - they should both be possible to get....cheers
riisenholt
 

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