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Greatest Two Left-back's Selected

Vital Blackburn's most recent Poll continued the search for the "Greatest Ever Rovers Squad - Left-backs" Two men have been voted in.

The men voted into the Greatest Ever Rovers Squad as the two left-backs were Graeme Le Saux (40%) and (maybe somewhat surprisingly?) Stig Inge Bjornebye (25%). Somewhere down the line we will be voting one of these into the Greatest Ever Starting XI.

Unfortunately Keith Newton (17%), William Eckersley (8%), John Bailey (6%) and Alan Wright (4%) missed out.

Congratulations to Le Saux and Bjornebye for their induction into our squad.

So in summary
John Bailey - 6%
Stig Inge Bjornebye - 25%
William Eckersley - 8%
Graeme Le Saux - 40%
Keith Newton - 17%
Alan Wright - 4%


The David Beckham link has hushed down a bit but following arguments for and against his signing, after we had a mini debate the current poll (Suggested by marshinrover) is quite simply a "Yes" or "No" response asking, "If we can do you think we should sign David Beckham in January?"

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The Journalist

Writer: Walker Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 4 2006

Time: 9:00AM

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Vratislav Gresko wasn't one of these named, and was highly unlikely to, although had things worked out a little differently you never know. Congratualtions to Graeme Le Saux and Stig Inge Bjornebye. Eckersley was very unlucky to miss out as was Newton.
Hughes Da Man
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03/12/2006 23:59:00

le saux all the way
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