Vital Football

Latest Blackburn Rovers News

Savage Eyeing Up Blackburn Medals

Savage Eyeing Up Blackburn Medals

Robbie Savage has revealed how determined he is to win some silverware with Blackburn Rovers... before ideally ending his career with Wrexham.

Savage, who has agreed a contract extension to stay at Ewood Park until 2009 at least has revealed that even should the unthinkable happen and we go through relegation (which is highly, highly unlikely now!) he will remain with us. He said:

"Whatever happens I would stay at Blackburn as I am so happy. I wouldn't jump ship."

With the FA Cup third round almost upon us his and Rovers' quest for FA Cup glory begins with a tough game against Premiership rivals Everton on Sunday. This and subsequent FA Cup, League Cup and the current and hopefully future UEFA Cup adventures represent our best opportunities of making his and our dreams a possibility:

"The new contract will take me to 35 and it would be nice to think I could earn another deal at the end of that," added Sav.

"My big ambition is to win something with Blackburn during the course of my new contract.

"I don't think we are ever going to win the Premiership but we have a good chance in the cups. I hope we can do that.

The Wrexham born former Welsh International then admitted he would love to see out the final days of his career with his home town club:

"When my legs go, I'll sign for Wrexham."

CLICK HERE - For Why You Should Sign Up To Vital Blackburn

Win FREE pizza with Vital Football!
Select your team and get 50% off if they score twice.
www.papajohns.co.uk/football


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Walker
Date:Saturday January 6 2007
Time: 12:57AM

Comments

0
There is no reason why we can't win something in the next two-years! I really do think we can go on to UEFA Cup glory this season; have done all season and the further we go the more I believe this. I'll almost guarantee that if we don't one of the other British clubs WILL!
Hughes Da Man
06/01/2007 01:02:00
0
I;ve said it before and I'll say it again... we have played 3 games this year without the Robster and we have sucked something silly in all of them. Great work Mr Hughes.
MikeyGamst
06/01/2007 10:49:00
0
I've probably also said it before but will say it again too Mikey I'd totally agree with you again on this very issue!
Hughes Da Man
06/01/2007 11:40:00
Page 1/1
  1. 1

Login to post a comment

Recent Blackburn Rovers Articles

Ben Nevis Vital Challenge For The Fear

Vitalfootball.co.uk co-owner Jonathan Fear is pushing himself to the limit in order to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis.

The Rovers Review - Rotherham (a)

The announcement Lambert would be leaving Blackburn at the end of the season didn't cause too much of an impact for Rovers who won one-nil at Rotherham a couple of days later.

Who Will Blackburn Face In 2016/17 (3/5/16)

With less than a handful of games remaining in the 2015/16 campaign, some promotions and relegations in the football pyramid are already known.

Lambert Praises Fans After Rotherham

Outgoing manager Paul Lambert credited the support of the fans as Blackbrun Rovers took all three points against Rotherham United this weekend.

Archived Vital Blackburn Articles

Vital Blackburn articles from

Site Journalists

Walker
Editor email
Profile
VitalRovers
no email
Profile
Mikey Delap
no email
Profile
Sasman!
no email
Profile

Current Poll (see more polls)

Rotherham MotM
Suggested By: Site Staff
Steele1%
Lowe0%
Duffy0%
Hanley33%
Kilgallon0%
Marshall0%
Lenihan66%
Jordi Gomez0%
Grimes0%
Bennett0%
Graham0%
Sub - Jackson0%
Sub - Evans0%
Sub - Conway0%
ScoopDragon Publishing Entire League Network of Sites

League Table

# Team P W D L Pts. GD
1 Burnley 45 25 15 5 90 34
2 Middlesbrough 45 26 10 9 88 32
3 Brighton 45 24 16 5 88 30
4 Hull City 45 23 11 11 80 30
5 Derby County 45 21 15 9 78 24
6 Sheff Wed 45 19 17 9 74 22
7 Cardiff 45 17 16 12 67 5
8 Ipswich 45 17 15 13 66 1
9 Birmingham 45 16 14 15 62 4
10 Brentford 45 18 8 19 62 1
11 Preston 45 15 16 14 61 0
12 Leeds Utd 45 14 16 15 58 -8
13 Q.P.R. 45 13 18 14 57 -1
14 Wolves 45 13 16 16 55 -6
15 Blackburn 45 12 16 17 52 -2
16 Reading 45 13 13 19 52 -5
17 Forest 45 12 16 17 52 -5
18 Bristol City 45 13 13 19 52 -16
19 Huddersfield 45 13 12 20 51 -7
20 Rotherham 45 13 10 22 49 -14
21 Fulham 45 11 15 19 48 -14
R Charlton 45 9 13 23 40 -37
R MK Dons 45 9 12 24 39 -29
R Bolton 45 5 15 25 30 -39
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News

Recent Blackburn Rovers Results (view all)

Blackburn Rovers Fixtures (view all)

May 7 2016 12:30PM : Reading (H)
Sky Bet Championship