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NO Walkerbout This Weekend

NO Walkerbout This Weekend

Walkerbout (the weekly online Vital Blackburn forum) is going to be cancelled this weekend!!!

After the early season success of the 2007-2008 Walkerbout season we were set to continue this Sunday. However, as Rovers face Arsenal that same afternoon it is probably better that will give it a miss this weekend.

Walkerbout takes place between 7pm and 9pm on Sunday Evenings in the forum, for more information click here It WILL return on Sunday 26th August 2007.

After consultation with my right hand man roversman it was decided that it would probably be best to give it a miss this Sunday to make sure it is given full justice, as opposed to being missed by those that may have otherwise been involved due to the much more important matter of the match that afternoon.

Stay tuned though for information on the NEXT Walkerbout outing coming soon!!!


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Writer:Walker
Date:Thursday August 16 2007
Time: 12:18PM

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It would have been nice to run it this weekend, but the Rovers game with Arsenal takes obvious precedence, so MANY would have missed out on Walkerbout as a result so to give both the full justice they deserve we'll put it on the back burner this Sunday, but it WILL RETURN the following Sunday.
Hughes Da Man
16/08/2007 12:20:00
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