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Rigters Scores First Rovers Goal

Rigters Scores First Rovers Goal

Blackburn Rovers striker Maceo Rigters scored his first goal for Rovers on Tuesday Evening during a reserve match with Middlesbrough, a match that ended 1-1.

The Dutch star, who excelled at the European Under-21 Championships last summer as he finished the tournament as the top goalscorer, helping the Dutch to lift the trophy scored after 10 minutes then also struck the bar shortly after. This should help him in his bid to fill a void left by Roque Santa Cruz, who looks to be in for a bit of an injury lay-off.

Further good news was the return to action of Bruno Berner. The Swiss International suffered a metatarsal injury during Pre-Season and was expected to be out until at least Christmas, but having made a quicker than anticipated return he too will now be looking to push forward his first-team claims. Tony Kane and Andy Taylor also looked very impressive in the full-back areas.


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Writer:Walker
Date:Wednesday October 10 2007
Time: 10:51PM

Comments

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This is ALL good news for Rovers (obviously the Middlesbrough equaliser aside!)
Hughes Da Man
10/10/2007 22:53:00
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Good news that we now have cover at left back. That was playing on my mind
Decimus Poole
11/10/2007 09:17:00
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Bruno in pre season looked great (much better than last season), so this only good news. I think Maceo will get a bigger opportunity now.
MikeyGamst
11/10/2007 11:24:00
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always good to get the tally going, lets c the tally build now
sasman
11/10/2007 11:31:00
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I wanna see 10 by X-Mas!!!!!
MikeyGamst
11/10/2007 11:57:00
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hahahaa make it 10 all in the premier league aye mikey lol
sasman
11/10/2007 12:31:00
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Olsson isn't a bad deputy for Stevie W though is he. However, Berner offers versatility and can fill in in so many positions, literally ANYWHERE!
Hughes Da Man
11/10/2007 13:57:00
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I forgot about Olsson (I will take HDM's spelling on that one!)...
Decimus Poole
11/10/2007 16:47:00
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Spelling is never gonna be a strong point decimus!!! everyone apart from roversman would be fired otherwise loL!!!! (ps. dont tell HDM I said that ;) )
MikeyGamst
11/10/2007 21:43:00
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Berner can basically pla anywhere apart from up front and in net!!!!
MikeyGamst
11/10/2007 21:43:00
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