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No saliva heading towards the east end

El Hadji Diouf is likely to remain a Rovers for the near future after it emerged West Ham had cooled their interest in him.

Rumours are abound that if Diouf was to leave the Ewood thunder dome then Rovers were wanting a fee for the right to house the mad man and that put West Ham's interest to bed.

Steve Kean had told Diouf to ignore speculation regardless so this one has died a sweet death.

Diouf's agent Willie McKay spoke to the Lancashire Telegraph and said - "I think that`s dead and buried now because Blackburn want a fee for him.

"I think he will be staying at Blackburn."

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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Wednesday January 26 2011
Time: 11:36AM

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hes a good player! we shouldnt get rid without replacing him
LHrover
26/01/2011 11:44:00
0
well the Larsson deal has gone quiet so I think we should keep him in that case.
ITSALLROVER
26/01/2011 12:03:00
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Very true IAR! Well said.
Mikey Delap
26/01/2011 12:19:00
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I am glad he's staying. Okay he can be stupid and act the clown occasionally but he is a good player.
BlueSue
26/01/2011 14:05:00
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