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    jim 2012 wrote:
    Super_Clarets wrote:
    Another one leaving the sinking ship for a bigger club and better days.
    taking about sinking ships and bigger clubs
    do you think sean dyche will move to Southampton?
    do you think danny ings will still be a burnley player at the start of the season
    or will he move to a bigger club ?
    I notice you no longer ask me about Kieran Trippier... I wonder why that is...

    Oh yes, because he's signed a contract extension at Burnley and committed himself to us for the next THREE YEARS.

    A bigger worry for you clowns however should be whether you keep hold of the manager you all seem to rate amid rumours he's going to take a step up to manage Leeds. Let's be honest, it's not much a choice, stick with Blackburn Rovers under a transfer ban, be forced to sell all your players of value, and have to endure a monthly trip to the back of beyond to answer to the most clueless owners in the history of football...

    or have a fresh start with a sleeping giant of a club under new ownership with large financial backing and real prospects of competing at the top end of the division..

    "New owner Massimo Cellino, whose net worth is estimated to be around £750million, has targeted Leeds United's return to the Premier League by 2016. Cellino’s aim is optimistic, but having established the provincial club of Cagliari in Serie A, if anyone were to return Leeds to the Premier League you would have to back Cellino to deliver."

    Squeaky bum time once again for the no-dads. I believe Venky's still have Steve Kean on speed dial. Could the great man return to rescue you?"
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Judge leaves Blackburn Rovers

Alan Judge

Alan Judge

First published in Sport
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BRENTFORD have confirmed the signing of Blackburn Rovers midfielder Alan Judge.

Judge had a successful loan spell at Brentford during the second half of the 2013/14 season and said last week that he was open to a move to Griffin Park if he was not likely to get regular football at Rovers next term.

Brentford are getting ready for the Championship in 2014/15 and had been pressing ahead with talks over a deal, growing ever more confident over the weekend of getting their man.

The Bees agreed a deal with Rovers as well as personal terms with the player, and have now confirmed the signing.

Judge has signed a three-year contract at Griffin Park.

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