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Super Trio Back For Rovers

Blackburn have been provided with some well timed news ahead of their do or die fixture against West Ham.

David Dunn, Junior Hoillet and Michel Salgado have been ruled fit to play, in an encounter which would almost secure Rovers safety if all 3 points are taken. The Official Rovers Site reports that Dunn and Hoillet took part in their first seniors training run on Thursday, whilst Salgado is still in recovery mode.

The return of Hoillet and Dunn will provide Rovers with additional spark in attack, whilst Salgado will shut down the right flank, in typical Salgado fashion!

Now if only Mr and Mr Sicknotes, Andrews and Grella had a chance to play we would be at full strength!




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Writer: Sasman! Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 5 2011

Time: 10:47PM

Your Comments

No thanks... Mr & Mr Sicknote wouldn't bring anything to the squad even at full strength. They need to be gone from our club. Spend more time on the operating table than the pitch. Get them out this summer
Hax09
It was tongue in cheek buddy!
sasman
hopefully all 3 will be fit and Rovers have now turned the corner, Another point should just about do it, but with other teams also not buying wins we may already have enough
glen9mullan
Let's put them all in the starting XI this week!
DommyWalker
Save dunny for the second half, send out j jones and nzonzi to control the midfield unleash a 2 prong winger attack with olsson and hoillet....now for a striker ..... Lol Dunn and emerton up front! Ahah
Sasman
I just hope Junior really really is fit, because we've heard he's going to make it before. I reckon Sas is right - save Dunny for the second half after NZonzi and Jones have kept it tight. Biggest question, as always, is who plays up front?
rossp2112
 

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