Henrique leaves Blackburn Rovers for Poland

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PORTUGUESE defender Nuno Henrique has departed Blackburn Rovers to join Polish side Jagiellonia Bialystok.

Henrique spent the first half of the season on loan at Arouca in his native Portugal but has now left Rovers on a permanent basis.

The 27-year-old never made a first-team appearance for Rovers, after moving to Ewood Park in the summer of 2012.

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12:13pm Fri 28 Feb 14

FCBurnley says...

Am hearing that Hanley is injured and Rovers are looking for a loan replacement from Man U ?
Am hearing that Hanley is injured and Rovers are looking for a loan replacement from Man U ? FCBurnley

12:13pm Fri 28 Feb 14

SteppBladder says...

He's not gonna be greatly missed. Good to see that we continue to clear out hangers-on. Surely not many of these guys left now?
He's not gonna be greatly missed. Good to see that we continue to clear out hangers-on. Surely not many of these guys left now? SteppBladder

12:16pm Fri 28 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Just another rat leaving the SS Laughingstock for calmer waters.

Have you got any defenders left?
Just another rat leaving the SS Laughingstock for calmer waters. Have you got any defenders left? look.up.blackburn

12:48pm Fri 28 Feb 14

batesempire says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Am hearing that Hanley is injured and Rovers are looking for a loan replacement from Man U ?
Have you got your excuse book ready ... we have the next year ready to chalk on the board RTID
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Am hearing that Hanley is injured and Rovers are looking for a loan replacement from Man U ?[/p][/quote]Have you got your excuse book ready ... we have the next year ready to chalk on the board RTID batesempire

1:17pm Fri 28 Feb 14

juanbbien says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Am hearing that Hanley is injured and Rovers are looking for a loan replacement from Man U ?
Change the bloody record Jesus
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Am hearing that Hanley is injured and Rovers are looking for a loan replacement from Man U ?[/p][/quote]Change the bloody record Jesus juanbbien

1:22pm Fri 28 Feb 14

PlutoRover says...

It is a disgrace and a full FA investigation should be carried out as to why these players were bought by people representing the football club in the first place. You can understand one or two bad signings but the sheer volume of these acquisitions and their similar origins/levels must surely be suspicious. They clearly were not good enough to play in the Championship so the only conclusion for their purchase was that those behind the deals profited. Our football club was used as a blatant cover for profiteering, taking the supporters and the owners for a ride and leaving the club in need of some major re-building. I am sure we would stand more of a chance of conforming to the FFP regulations if our club had not been saturated with inadequately qualified football players, drawing a salary, that needed purging! The current management team has to take credit for all of the recent, very necessary, departures. It certainly feels like a weight has been lifted!
It is a disgrace and a full FA investigation should be carried out as to why these players were bought by people representing the football club in the first place. You can understand one or two bad signings but the sheer volume of these acquisitions and their similar origins/levels must surely be suspicious. They clearly were not good enough to play in the Championship so the only conclusion for their purchase was that those behind the deals profited. Our football club was used as a blatant cover for profiteering, taking the supporters and the owners for a ride and leaving the club in need of some major re-building. I am sure we would stand more of a chance of conforming to the FFP regulations if our club had not been saturated with inadequately qualified football players, drawing a salary, that needed purging! The current management team has to take credit for all of the recent, very necessary, departures. It certainly feels like a weight has been lifted! PlutoRover

1:40pm Fri 28 Feb 14

bluearmy81 says...

another shabby/ke*n/anders*n signing has left on a free after failing to make a single first team appearance..........
.keep up the good work GB
another shabby/ke*n/anders*n signing has left on a free after failing to make a single first team appearance.......... .keep up the good work GB bluearmy81

1:47pm Fri 28 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

PlutoRover wrote:
It is a disgrace and a full FA investigation should be carried out as to why these players were bought by people representing the football club in the first place. You can understand one or two bad signings but the sheer volume of these acquisitions and their similar origins/levels must surely be suspicious. They clearly were not good enough to play in the Championship so the only conclusion for their purchase was that those behind the deals profited. Our football club was used as a blatant cover for profiteering, taking the supporters and the owners for a ride and leaving the club in need of some major re-building. I am sure we would stand more of a chance of conforming to the FFP regulations if our club had not been saturated with inadequately qualified football players, drawing a salary, that needed purging! The current management team has to take credit for all of the recent, very necessary, departures. It certainly feels like a weight has been lifted!
I agree. To have signed so many players so quickly and each of questionable quality points squarely to asset price manipulation. That is a criminal offence. I suspect it should be the annual audit of the clubs accounts that will spring an investigation, rather than the FA or the league. GB and the current approach of Venky deserves some applause.
[quote][p][bold]PlutoRover[/bold] wrote: It is a disgrace and a full FA investigation should be carried out as to why these players were bought by people representing the football club in the first place. You can understand one or two bad signings but the sheer volume of these acquisitions and their similar origins/levels must surely be suspicious. They clearly were not good enough to play in the Championship so the only conclusion for their purchase was that those behind the deals profited. Our football club was used as a blatant cover for profiteering, taking the supporters and the owners for a ride and leaving the club in need of some major re-building. I am sure we would stand more of a chance of conforming to the FFP regulations if our club had not been saturated with inadequately qualified football players, drawing a salary, that needed purging! The current management team has to take credit for all of the recent, very necessary, departures. It certainly feels like a weight has been lifted![/p][/quote]I agree. To have signed so many players so quickly and each of questionable quality points squarely to asset price manipulation. That is a criminal offence. I suspect it should be the annual audit of the clubs accounts that will spring an investigation, rather than the FA or the league. GB and the current approach of Venky deserves some applause. RobH2O

2:33pm Fri 28 Feb 14

wolsty says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Just another rat leaving the SS Laughingstock for calmer waters.

Have you got any defenders left?
And????
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Just another rat leaving the SS Laughingstock for calmer waters. Have you got any defenders left?[/p][/quote]And???? wolsty

2:42pm Fri 28 Feb 14

realisticrover says...

more good progress...
more good progress... realisticrover

2:51pm Fri 28 Feb 14

OnePostThenTheOther says...

Who?

Oh right, more Kean sh8 being dumped into obscurity.
Who? Oh right, more Kean sh8 being dumped into obscurity. OnePostThenTheOther

4:39pm Fri 28 Feb 14

McClaret says...

Once had the misfortune of attending LKS Lodz v Sosnowiec in the top flight in Poland, like watching league 2 with a hangover.
Only good thing in Bialystok is it is home to Zubrowka!!
Good post PlutoRover, agree entirely.
Once had the misfortune of attending LKS Lodz v Sosnowiec in the top flight in Poland, like watching league 2 with a hangover. Only good thing in Bialystok is it is home to Zubrowka!! Good post PlutoRover, agree entirely. McClaret

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