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Blackburn's In & Out Transfer Tips

Vital Blackburn member marshinrover gives his opinions on the transfers he feels Blackburn Rovers could, or should make in January.

In
GOAL:
None

DEFENCE:
Wael Gomaa, 31-year-old. Has had a gentlemen's agreement with Mark Hughes that he will join Rovers in the January transfer window.

Stephen Warnock, 26-year-old. Has been linked with a swap move plus cash for Lucas Neill.

MIDFIELD:
Jason Koumas, 28-year-old. Mark Hughes has been keen on the Welshman since he said he wanted to leave and re-join Cardiff, but Cardiff weren't willing to pay the amount that West Bromwich Albion wanted. Hughes recently has sent out a scout to keep tabs on him.

David Dunn, 27-year-old. Has admitted that if the chance to rejoin Blackburn came along he would take with both hands.

ATTACK:
Amr Zaki, 24-year-old. Says, "It would be a dream come true if I would join the premiership." With Blackburn leading the chase for the young Egyptian it could work out for him.

Out
GOAL:
None

DEFENCE:
Andy Todd 32-year-old. May leave in January due to lack of games. He has been linked with Southampton.

Dominic Matteo 32-year-old. May leave in January due to lack of games. He has been linked with Leeds United.

Michael Gray 32-year-old. May leave in January due to lack of games. He has been linked with Leeds United.

MIDFIELD:
None

ATTACK:
None

This article was written by Vital Blackburn member marshinrover.

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Writer:Walker
Date:Wednesday November 22 2006
Time: 12:00PM

Comments

0
marshin sent me this article over the weekend, sometime before the Koumas link was commom knowledge. He's someone I'd not thought of to be honest but the Welsh connection makes it possible plus he's been in fine form the last year or so all be it at a lower level. Never really had a chance to prove if he could cut it but maybe he cdould be a "safer" option than an injury prone Dunn? I wanted Mickey Gray to leave but he's convincing me he's worth keeping, the other two can go though.
Hughes Da Man
21/11/2006 23:15:00
0
Koumas would be a terrific signing.
mdjw_41
22/11/2006 12:41:00
0
The more I think about it the more I think you (and marshin of course!) could be right.
Hughes Da Man
22/11/2006 14:39:00
0
how about wayne'i cant get a game' Bridge at left back?
daz2903
22/11/2006 19:56:00
0
well thats one that i forgot to add hughes said [i]"I would maybe look for a new defender, but Brett is doing a great job and im happy at the way we're played around thows area's"[/i]
marshinrover
22/11/2006 20:25:00
0
I'd like to see Wayne Bridge arrive but just couldn't see it happening?
Hughes Da Man
22/11/2006 21:47:00
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