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The Departed Rover Missed Least?

The Departed Rover Missed Least?

The summer and winter transfer windows have seen no less than 13 players leave Blackburn Rovers. Who is being missed the least?

So 13 players have left Ewood Park on a permanent basis during the 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

We recently looked at these guys looking to decide who we think is being missed the most, and most felt Craig Bellamy, unsurprisingly. This time we look at them with the view who we are least missing!

So from these who do you think has been missed the least and why? Leave your personal opinions below...


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Writer:Walker
Date:Thursday February 22 2007
Time: 10:40AM

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It would be easy to say one of the younger lads who never really got a first team break but I'll avoid this! There are several players I would like to mention but will just go after Lorenzo Amoruso. We saw little over the years he was picking up good money with us so we've missed nothing. Injuries can't be helped but the vast majority of the time when he did play Amo was SHOCKING!!!
Hughes Da Man
22/02/2007 10:43:00
0
Bring back Grabbi!!
saisho
22/02/2007 10:55:00
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What as a matchday steward, maybe ball boy :) lol
Hughes Da Man
22/02/2007 11:32:00
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He was slow and off the pace and the only thing he was good at was those rocket free-kicks. more evidence that many from Scotland struggle in the Prem. Indeed saisho, bring back Grabbi, another successful Italian at Ewood.
roversman
22/02/2007 11:32:00
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He (Amo) packed a hell of a puch with those free kicks didn't he. It's true roversman, I'm not totally anti Scottish Premier League like many, many others but it did prove just how big the gulf can be between the Scottish and English game. Amo looked a world beater when at Rangers.
Hughes Da Man
22/02/2007 11:36:00
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At some stage I really thought J Watt will become our next Ripley. So much talent but nothing more really.
IsraeliRover
22/02/2007 12:28:00
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Never saw a great deal of Watt in all honesty. Disappointed with Douglas and Jay Mac because they could and should have done better.
roversman
22/02/2007 13:17:00
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Douggy and Jay would have improved but in today's prem there just isn't the room! and the rules mean that you are limited on how many players you have out on loan... If we started to limit the number of foreigners in english teams then lads like Dougy and Jay will have had more of a chance.
Ex Ewood Resident
22/02/2007 14:11:00
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Sorry to be picky it was luke jones that got released, zac jones is still with us. A very good young goalkeeper
VintigeUK
22/02/2007 14:54:00
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Not picky at all, my bad I'll alter this. Douglas and Jay were probably the ones I was most disappointed to see leave but neither, especially Douglas could quite cut it. Douglas is a fine player at Championship level and could yet make the step up?
Hughes Da Man
22/02/2007 22:35:00
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