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Goulon moving closer to Ewood move

Frenchman Herold Goulon will continue training with Blackburn Rovers this week as his extended trial gives him the chance to earn a move to the club.

Goulon can move as and when as a free agent and can seal a deal outside of the restrictive transfer window.

Initial reports in the Lancashire Telegraph indicate that Big Sam Allardyce is pleased with what he is seeing which probably means that Goulon is as hard as nails, can run for a mile and can smack the ball high into the air.

I kid, I kid... but it's still probably true ;)

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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 6 2010

Time: 9:59AM

Your Comments

Could be a nice addition, but he is a defensive midfielder, do we need him???
Mikey Delap
the new viera...again lol
lhrover
Well if he stays fit for longer than the pre match warm up he will be a welcome replacement for our Vinnie!! So yes we do need him.
Rover_since74
ha ha 74!!! Well said!!!
Mikey Delap
reckon this is a scare tactic to get n'zonzi to put more effort in!
GoneRoverBoard
Another defensive midfilder?!
metalrover
 

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