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This trivia question comes from MikeyGamst and focuses on Blackburn Rovers' double centurions.

So here is the question:
"Brad Friedel recently made his 200th Premier League appearance for Blackburn Rovers. THREE other players have reached this landmark in Blackburn's Premiership history who are they?"

If the winner wishes to contribute anything to the site, maybe a trivia question of their own, an article or poll maybe this can be arranged? I'll contact them, if they don't contact me first!

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Writer: Walker Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday February 3 2007

Time: 11:39PM

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Most Rovers should know this for fastest finger wins!
Hughes Da Man
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04/02/2007 00:03:00

Jason Wilcox 1989-1999, 271 App and 31 goals..........Garry Flitcroft over 260 App 20 goals..........Colin Hendry 336 app 34 goals?
govtpros
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04/02/2007 00:42:00

Tim Sherwood? 246 app, 26 goals 1992-99.
govtpros
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04/02/2007 00:49:00

Lucas Neill over 200 app......?
govtpros
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04/02/2007 00:53:00

Sorry Neill only made 188 i think... shame he'll not be able to add to his tally in the Chumpionship!
govtpros
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04/02/2007 00:56:00

Without looking these up, im gonna stab at Hendry, Henning Berg maybe? Possibly Tim Sherwood.
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04/02/2007 08:32:00

I'm surprised that Wilcox and Flitcroft didn't make 200 Premiership appearances for Rovers, thought they would have. Not saying that ?you are wrong Mikey as I didn't look into it (not that I'm trying to pass the blame if trivia's are wrong, I just go with what are submitted.)
Hughes Da Man
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04/02/2007 10:24:00

Bom Bom is right.
MikeyGamst
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04/02/2007 10:35:00

LOL how inspired am I today? Lets hope that my picks for Wales and Chicago are as inspired!!! Cymru am Beth and Da Bears
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04/02/2007 11:18:00

 

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