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Alan75
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After yesterdays disappointing display at Wigan, Blackburn manager Graeme Souness will be finalising has plans for the 2003-2004 season in the two remaining friendlies at Bray on Wednesday and at Ewood Park next Sunday against Italian club Chievo.

In the coming weeks if rumours are to be believed Souness will attempt where necessary to strengthen the squad, following the departure of first team squad players Duff, Dunn, Hignett, Gillespie, Berg and possibly Curtis, the latter being reportedly on his way to join Hignett and Gillespie at newly promoted Leicester.

This week saw the departure of youngsters Neill Danns and Johnathan Douglas on loan to Blackpool, whilst Rovers increased their summer signings when midfielder Steven Reid and defender Vratislav Gresko joined the club.

After the friendlies this week, when some of the supporters have seen the new signings the message board is full of comments about those player, plus the performances of existing players.

With the money from sale of Duff and Dunn burning holes in the supporter’s pockets the message board is full of speculation and advice on who the manager should bring in to strengthen the squad. Plus there are discussions regarding season ticket sales, the  redevelopment of the Riverside Stand and the formation of a fantasy football league.

As the count down to the season begins a visit to the message board is a worthwhile event for every Rovers supporter as they prepare for the kick off at Ewood Park on the 16th August against newly promoted Wolves.

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