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Goodwillie and Zonz leave Rovers

Steven N'Zonzi and David Goodwillie have left Rovers in two separate deadline day deals.

N'Zonzi has kicked and screamed his way to Stoke on a deal worth 3m and has left Ewood Park after an acrimonious stand off with the club which has meant the summer spent training on his own.

Goodwillie has left on loan to Crystal Palace for an initial 4 and a 1/2 month temporary switch to our Championship rivals.

In other deadline day news - Diogo Rosado and Nuno Henrique have completed their moves to Rovers on three year deals. Rovers have made 12 signings this summer.




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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 31 2012

Time: 11:41PM

Your Comments

Hope goodwillie gets the game time he needs. However i feel the london night life might not be good for him.....
wakko-
So we have got rid of two young andfairly talented players. I think Goodwillie, if he plays, will score a fair few goals.
FreidelNo.1
I wish the best of luck to Goodwillie, very unfairly treated here by Keanichio
marshinrover
 

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