Blackburn Rovers boss says loan deadline day business is done

Blackburn Rovers boss expects loan deadline day business to be done

Blackburn Rovers boss expects loan deadline day business to be done

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BLACKBURN Rovers boss Gary Bowyer does not expect any incomings or further outgoings before the window for emergency loan signings shuts at 5pm.

Youngster Josh Morris had his one-month loan at Fleetwood Town extended until the end of the season this morning while reports emerged from South Wales suggesting that Rovers had made an enquiry to Cardiff City for their midfielder Don Cowie.

But Bowyer, whose side head to Millwall on Saturday, said:“I don’t think we’ll be doing any business.

"We’ve got people coming back like Tom Cairney, who will come back into the squad for Saturday’s game, so we don’t think there’ll be any business from our end.

“We’ve just extended Josh Morris’ loan at Fleetwood and Ryan Edwards has just gone to Morecambe but apart from that we don’t see us doing any more business.”

 

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5:23pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Joey99 says...

The headline reads: "Blackburn Rovers boss expects loan deadline day business to be done". In the editorial it states: "apart from that we don’t see us doing any more business."

This really is desperate journalism LET!
The headline reads: "Blackburn Rovers boss expects loan deadline day business to be done". In the editorial it states: "apart from that we don’t see us doing any more business." This really is desperate journalism LET! Joey99
  • Score: 4

6:01pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Harrime says...

Joey99 wrote:
The headline reads: "Blackburn Rovers boss expects loan deadline day business to be done". In the editorial it states: "apart from that we don’t see us doing any more business."

This really is desperate journalism LET!
Sorry Joey - but although I agree with your point, the 'E' in Lancashire Telegraph was dropped a number of years ago - when it ceased as an 'evening' newspaper/publicatio
n!

It is Lancashire Telegraph - and yes, it's s**** - if only because I keep reading positive stuff about Burnley Football Club - I used to think that was something you couldn't make up - but even that's possible now - lol!!!
[quote][p][bold]Joey99[/bold] wrote: The headline reads: "Blackburn Rovers boss expects loan deadline day business to be done". In the editorial it states: "apart from that we don’t see us doing any more business." This really is desperate journalism LET![/p][/quote]Sorry Joey - but although I agree with your point, the 'E' in Lancashire Telegraph was dropped a number of years ago - when it ceased as an 'evening' newspaper/publicatio n! It is Lancashire Telegraph - and yes, it's s**** - if only because I keep reading positive stuff about Burnley Football Club - I used to think that was something you couldn't make up - but even that's possible now - lol!!! Harrime
  • Score: 3

9:09am Fri 28 Mar 14

Joey99 says...

They've since changed the headline from "to be done" to "is done". Thanks for reading my post and taking action LT!
They've since changed the headline from "to be done" to "is done". Thanks for reading my post and taking action LT! Joey99
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