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Which Departed Rover is Missed Most?

The summer and winter transfer windows have seen no less than 13 players leave Blackburn Rovers. Who (if anyone?) is being missed the most?

So 13 (unlucky for some!) players have left Ewood Park on a permanent basis during the 2006-2007 seasons summer and winter widows, they are:

Lorenzo Amoruso
Craig Bellamy
Paul Dickov
Jonathon Douglas
Vratislav Gresko
Gary Harkins
Jemal Johnson
Zak Jones
Shefki Kuqi
Dominic Matteo
James McEveley
Lucas Neill
Jerome Watt

So from these who do you think has and/or will be missed the most and why? Names suggested should then be able to be converted into a poll so leave your personal opinions below...


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Writer:Walker
Date:Tuesday February 13 2007
Time: 11:04AM

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Think I know the one most will say!!! Personally I'm not sure we are missing anyone that much, some far less than others though! I think that maybe Jonathan Douglas could have been pretty handy at this current moment in time, was surprised when he left as I thought that maybe, just maybe this could have been his time maybe not to start but to play his part.
Hughes Da Man
13/02/2007 11:06:00
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Craig Bellamy! I think with is pace and Benni's quick turns we would have had one hellava strike partnership...
Ex Ewood Resident
13/02/2007 11:47:00
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Bellars defo. Although HDM you make a good point about Douglas. However, would he have featured at all had all our midfield boys stayed fit? I doubt it. Bellars and benni up front would have seen us higher than we are now, im confident of that. However, we not have ssen the emergence of young Derbs, who will prove to better in the long run for Rovers.
roversman
13/02/2007 12:20:00
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Bellars is always likely to be the most popular name isn't he. A partnership with McGoalmachine would have been leathal, but as you say roversman his departure has seen my boy Derbs come through. As I say DOuglas wouldn't have featured much with all players fit but think he could have played a part from the bench even so and would have enabled us to rest the Maestro even more so?
Hughes Da Man
13/02/2007 12:34:00
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Amoruso lol :-)
IsraeliRover
13/02/2007 12:47:00
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I was going to use the image of Amo! Not becasue I thought he was being missed but just to use it. After this I have a "Which Departed Rover is Missed Least?" planned, I'm sure he'll feature higly in that.
Hughes Da Man
13/02/2007 13:17:00
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Bellamy obviously, we would have won more games with him in the team, but as much as I hate to say it, we will and to a certain degree, are missing Lucas Neill. As much as I bashed him for his reasons for leaving, he is still a very decent footballer and the fact that we dont really have a recognised right back maybe highlights this.
BomBom
13/02/2007 15:17:00
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Right you are BomBom.
Hughes Da Man
13/02/2007 15:36:00
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