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  1. I thought a new thread would be in order for the new Championship season. It looks like Middlesbrough are set to appoint Woodgate as their new boss. I'm praying he finds a role for Stewart Downing. https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11680/11740080/jonathan-woodgate-set-to-take-over-as-middlesbrough-boss Also Steve Cooper looks like he will be named as the new as the new Swansea mananger. I know Steve well as I am close friends with his dad. I think it's a shrewd appointment and wish him all the best apart from when we play them. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48541951
  2. Hoochie Bloochie Mama

    Championship Season 2020 - 2021

    Anyone know when it starts? Also https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11688/12034283/championship-clubs-to-meet-over-salary-cap-proposal Potential £18m wage cap being discussed.
  3. 1864roverite

    New Kits 2020/21

    Thoughts anyone? Now almost July with an end to the season in sight and likelihood of championship football for another season (at least). Granted we do have a distant chance of a play off spot but it is a long shot. I would have thought there would be rumblings about next seasons shirts as well as season tickets costs as well as perhaps what the start of next season may look like or even start for that matter. Any snippets out there ?
  4. EgyptianPete

    Wigan Administration

    Sounds as though the pie eaters have gone into admistration, points deduction maybe relegated.
  5. No mudslinging and no ridiculous picture-cropping, children.
  6. joey_big_nose

    Season Restart

    With the season about to restart does anyone know what the squad fitness status is like? Keen to know if Dack and Holtby will be available? Also news about the frequency of fixtures.
  7. Jim White just announced that K**n is on TalkSh**e this morning. If we get the chance to ambush please assist.
  8. Hoochie Bloochie Mama

    Pre-Season

    https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/sport/18608682.rovers-pre-season-plans-high-profile-friendlies-agenda/ Mowbray wanting high-profile friendlies.
  9. RovingRover

    Released Lists

    From what I gather, Mowbray will be relying on Free's and Loan's to patch together a working squad next season. Shall post the top two division Released Lists to give an indicator of what we have available to us. Players on high wages or are above our station can obviously be skimmed over by readers. Also expect Tony to make use of the International Market this summer, with Germany a country of interest. (The following info is from official released lists dated June/July 2020, it might not account for players signed up to new contracts or signed for other teams) 2019/20 Free transfers Premier League AFC Bournemouth Boruc, Artur (Contract extension) Daniels, Charlie (Contract extension) Defoe, Jermain Colin Francis, Simon Charles (Contract extension) Fraser, Ryan Hamilton, Tyrell Anthony Ibe, Jordon Femi Ashley Seaman, Charlie Smith, Bradley Shaun (Contract extension) Surman, Andrew Ronald Edward (Contract extension) Arsenal Omole, Tobi Aston Villa Bazeley, Isaiah Robert Graham Birch, Jack David Chester, James Grant (Contract extension) Doyle Hayes, Jake Billy Gonzalez Tomas, Borja Green, Andre Jay (Contract extension) Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian Marcus Amori Hooper, Anton Abeku McCormack, Ross O'Hare, Callum Luke Odutayo, Colin Ladipo Sarkic, Matjia (Contract extension) Sea, Dimitri Disseka Searle, Jamie Spencer Brighton & Hove Albion Cocoracchio, Luca George Davies, Archie Davies, Jordan Andrew Freestone, Lewis Jay Kayal, Beram (Contract extension) Keto, Hugo Oliver Lopata, Kacper Mieczyslaw Radulovic Samoukovic, Bojan Schelotto, Ezequiel Matias (Contract extension) Burnley Bayode, Olatunde Tobias Hart, Charles Joseph John Legzdins, Adam Richard Lennon, Aaron McMahon, George James N'Guessan, Christian Dashiell Ogunby, Henri William Senior, Joel Toby Wilson, Scott John Younger, Oliver Chelsea Borges Da Silva, Willian (Contract extension) Grant, Josh Lavinier, Marcel Nartey, Richard Nicos Tettey Rodriguez Ledesma, Pedro Eliezer (Contract extension) Crystal Palace Eyenga Lokilo, Jason Flanagan, Kian Henry, Dion-Curtis Mensah, Jacob Kwabena Tupper, Joe Daniel Everton Adedoyin, Korede Yemi Denny, Alexander Feeney, Morgan Foulds, Matthew Colin Garbutt, Luke Samuel Mampala, Manasse Martina, Rhu-Endly Aurelio Jean-Carlo Niasse, Baye Oumar Phillips, Kieran James (Contract extension) Stekelenburg, Maarten (Contract extension) Leicester City Bolkiah, Faiq Jefri Davies, Rhys Paul Richard Elewa-Ikpakwu, Edward Johansson, Viktor Tobias King, Andrew (Contract extension) Kranthove, Justen Shelden Loft, Ryan Mendy, Nampalys (Contract extension) Tee, Conor Thomas, George Stanley Liverpool Atherton, Daniel Christie-Davies, Isaac David Clyne, Nathaniel Edwin George, Shamal Lallana, Adam David (Contract extension) Lonergan, Andrew Michael (Contract extension) McKenzie-Lyle, Kai Walls, Jack Manchester City Agyiri, Ernest Bravo Munoz, Claudio Andres (Contract extension) Jimenez Silva, David Josue (Contract extension) Scott, Thomas Henry Manchester United Barlow, Aidan Will Borthwick-Jackson, Cameron Jake Fojticek, Alex Hamilton, Ethan Billy McGhee, Dion Alex Mitchell, Demetri Kareem O'Hara, Kieran Michael Tanner, George Newcastle United Charman, Luke Colback, Jack Raymond Elliot, Robert Fernandez Satue, Victor Gibson, Liam Steven Harker, Nathan Sterry, Jamie Michael Norwich City Enigbokan-Bloomfield, Mason Ozail Hayes, Nicholas Michael Jaiyesimi, Diallang Johnson, William Mourgos, Savvas Odusina, Oluwarotimi Mark Payne, Alfred Edward Scully, Thomas Sheffield United Andall-Gibbons, Ta'Shae Ruebin Jonathan Clarke, Leon Marvin (Contract extension) Duffy, Mark James Ferguson, Keenan Tyrone Glendon Freeman, Kieron Samuel (Contract extension) Greaves, Oliver James Gribbin, Callum Anthony Heneghan, Benjamin John Holmes, Ricky Lee Jagielka, Philip Nikodem (Contract extension) Leak-Blunt, Connor Jay (Contract extension) Ompreon, Samuel Rodwell, Jack Christian (Contract extension) Sheppeard, Harry Thomas, Nathan York, Reece Cable Young, Jake Alan Southampton Alves Soares, Cedric Ricardo (Contract extension) Barnes, Marcus Thomas Cull, Alexander Hale, Harlem Kozak, Simon Norton, Christian Anthony O'Driscoll, Aaron Rose, Jack Joseph Yoshida, Maya Tottenham Hotspur Clarke, Rayan Romario (Contract extension) Dinzeyi, Jonathan Toko Lema (Contract extension) Hinds, Tariq Devontae Aaron Patterson, Phoenix MacLaren (Contract extension) Statham, Maxwell Louis (Contract extension) Vertonghen, Jan (Contract extension) Vorm, Michel Armand (Contract extension) Watford Balogun, Jamal Clinton Titilayo Bennetts, Jayden Ugonna Cholevas, Chose Loint (Contract extension) Da Silva Gomes, Heurelho (Contract extension) Folivi, Michael Kwaku Gordon, Lewis Green, Cameron Oliver Hinds, Kaylen Miles Jakubiak, Alexander Louis Mariappa, Adrian Joseph (Contract extension) Whelan, Callum Tyler (Contract extension) West Ham United El Mhassani, Anouar Hannam, Reece Phillip Peter Sanchez Moreno, Carlos Alberto Watson, Louie Shaun Zabaleta Girod, Pablo Javier Wolverhampton Wanderers Graham, Jordan Johnson, Connor William Ofosu-Ayeh, Phil Thompson, Callum Niall Yang, Ming-Yang Championship Barnsley Kenny Dougall, Dani Pinillos, Samuel Radlinger, Mamadou Thiam, Jordan Barnett, Jared Bird, Tommy Willard, Sam Fielding, Harry Gagen, Jake Greatorex, Keziah Martin, Chris Sang, Alex Wollerton, Mike Bahre, Jordan Green, Cameron McGeehan, Alex Mowatt, Marcel Ritzmaier, Michael Sollbauer, Cauley Woodrow Birmingham City David Stockdale, Cheick Keita Cardiff City Jazz Richards, Omar Bogle, Matthew Connolly Charlton Athletic Lyle Taylor, Chris Solly Derby County Ikechi Anya, Tom Huddlestone Huddersfield Town Danny Simpson Hull City Eric Lichaj, Jackson Irvine, Stephen Kingsley, Marcus Maddison Middlesbrough Daniel Ayala Preston North End Tom Clarke, Connor Simpson, Jack Armer, Kevin O’Connor, Michael Crowe QPR Grant Hall Sheffield Wednesday Morgan Fox, Steven Fletcher, Fernando Forestieri, Sam Hutchinson, Sam Winnall West Brom Ali Al-Habsi, Kane Wilson, Jack Fitzwater
  10. RoversClitheroe

    New kit 2020/2021

    Just seen a post on Facebook of the new training kit. Got to say it looks lovely. Anyone heard any rumours on new kits or release date?
  11. Armstrong wins goal of the season. Got 2nd aswell
  12. Stuart

    Happy Kean Out Day

    7 years to the day since the imposter left, as we continue to endure his rotten legacy. Well done and thanks to the “1%” who never gave up fighting and maintained the conditions which ultimately forced him out. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/19736471 https://amp.theguardian.com/football/2012/sep/28/steve-kean-resign-blackburn-rovers We won’t be rid of his stench until we are back in the PL but having worried that he would never go, the relief on 29th September 2012 was palpable. Never forgive, never forget.
  13. Barron

    Back to Ewood

    So looks like theres no away days next season... and huge competition over seats. Do we know if the club will prioritise season ticket holders or they getting shafted? https://fanbanter.co.uk/the-number-of-fans-who-could-be-let-into-efl-stadiums-next-season/
  14. https://www.rovers.co.uk/news/2018/september/a-to-z-ryan-nyambe/ A Q&A with the delightful young man, and world-class full back, who goes by the name of Ryan Nyambe (or RyNy to his friends). My only gripe (apart from him being a Manure fan) is the following answer to the question 'what is the strangest thing you've seen': "There’s quite a few strange things. I remember driving in Wythenshawe one night and just saw a guy laying with his bike. It was late at night and I remember thinking it was a bit odd!" I think he'd fallen off Ryan and you were meant to ring for an ambulance. Apart from that a top man and a full back who is getting better with every season. Hoorah for Ryan!!
  15. 4 year deal, undisclosed fee.
  16. https://www.blackpoolfc.co.uk/news/2020/january/david-dunn-joins-coaching-staff/ WTAF??
  17. https://thebottomhalf.co.uk/products/rovers H/t @nycrovers on Twitter
  18. Johnson promoted to first team technical coach by Mowbray and head of player development.
  19. Just to let you all know that BRFCS has funded two VIP fan cutouts to take their place around the Ewood Park dugout tomorrow. One has been funded by BRFCS on behalf of all our members & the other has been funded by BRFCS staff. The two VIP cut outs, have been donated to https://www.blackburnyz.org & will be debuting tomorrow. Blackburn Youth Zone is a fantastic local charity supporting children across the region. The cutouts will display two of their members and be given to them, signed by the squad, at the end of the season. Let’s hope that they bring us some luck during the run in...👍🏻
  20. One of the Holy Trinity, with Dunny and Duffy http://www.polarispublishing.com/book/matt_jansen What do you do when the world is at your feet . . . and then suddenly it isn’t? Matt Jansen had it all. He was young, quick, audaciously skilful and, at the turn of the millennium, regarded as one of the most intelligent attacking talents in English football. His potential seemed boundless. After bursting onto the scene with Carlisle in 1997 and helping his hometown club win promotion, Sir Alex Ferguson had tried to lure him to Old Trafford – but foreseeing only a bench spot at United, Jansen instead opted for Steve Coppell’s Crystal Palace. In 1998, he moved to Blackburn, and after blasting them back to the Premier League he earned a place in Sven Goran-Eriksson’s England squad on the back of a 16-goal season that included a strike in the final of the League Cup, which Blackburn won. At 24 Jansen was widely tipped to be part of England’s squad at the 2002 World Cup in South Korea and Japan, but Eriksson instead surprised many with his conservative selection of Martin Keown over the rising star; Keown wouldn’t play a single minute at the tournament and England would crash out to ten-man Brazil – but Jansen didn’t see a minute of it. While England battled it out in the Far East, Jansen had taken a holiday to Rome where he was involved a serious traffic accident. He suffered a brain haemorrhage and slipped into a six-day coma. Jansen survived and, astonishingly, he was back playing for Blackburn just four months later. But while his body may have recovered, his mind had not. In the shadow of the accident, he was unable to recapture the instinctive genius or the bullet-proof self-confidence that had previously defined him. This was a hidden breakdown – nothing that could be picked up by a fitness test or fixed on an operating table. As Jansen’s career as an elite footballer slipped away from him, he started to discover more about what had happened to him and how he could recover not only as an athlete, but as a person. This is the story of a career destined for the stratosphere, cruelly snatched away by the vagaries of fate. Brilliant, bold, and at times brutal in its honesty, this powerful tale of shattered dreams and a life rebuilt is a testament to an inspiring, unconquered soul.
  21. https://twitter.com/SwissRamble/status/1003542814293143552 Thought I'd share that the ever excellent Swiss Ramble posted a Twitter thread covering Rovers' latest accounts. He does an excellent job of distilling club accounts into easy to digest charts and figures. Enjoy the always rather grim reading! (If there being a slight glimmer of hope now!)
  22. den

    Jim Fryatt

    Can’t see this mentioned anywhere, but Jim Fryatt died on Friday in Las Vegas ( believe it or not). The older fans will remember him for his sideburns, his amazing heading of a ball and the goal he scored against a brilliant Man City side at Ewood in front of the last 40,000 (43,000 actually) gate at Ewood. https://www.oldhamathletic.co.uk/news/2020/june/05062020-jim-fryatt-passes-away/
  23. https://www.rovers.co.uk/news/2020/may/rovers-sadness-over-former-director/ RIP MR Hubert.
  24. Herbie6590

    BRFCS TV - 1992/3

    We’re working on some more ways to fill the void...subscribe to our a YouTube to ensure you don’t miss out... https://www.youtube.com/user/brfcsdotcom B78D3FFD-2BA1-4984-984D-8ACA53547BE9.MOV
  25. Herbie6590

    BRFCS TV - 1993/4

    Anybody fancy carrying this on with some 1993/4 clips ? 🤔
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