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More Bullard Interest

More Bullard Interest

According to reports today Blackburn have ear marked Jimmy Bullard as a possible summer addition.

According to the press the midfielder will look to quit Craven Cottage if we are relegated.

The former Wigan Athletic player has also been linked with Sunderland and Aston Villa.

Apparently Mark Hughes is also an admirer and he would also be willing to pay the rumoured £3-4million fee for the 30-year-old. One report even suggests he'd be offered the captains armband to tempt him to Ewood Park.

It has to be said that there are no quotes or any real substance to the report so it could just be press speculation.

What do you think, should be stay or will he go?

Writer:orange_emu
Date:Thursday March 27 2008
Time: 10:17PM

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WOW, stellar reporting there, funny thing is, i just read this word for word on tribal footballs website and that was posted prior to this. Hmmmmm, call me cynical but...... Cut and Paste is definitely YOUR friend!!!
BomBom
27/03/2008 23:56:00
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My bad....it was Fans FC that reported this, 16 hours before you lot did, so not only plagiarised but languid too LOL
BomBom
27/03/2008 23:58:00
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For shame!
spinaker7081
28/03/2008 00:35:00
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shaaaame! I'd have Bullard tho!
martinr
28/03/2008 09:55:00
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Yeah.. I think he would be a good signing. And since Fulham are definitely going down.. who knows!!
spinaker7081
28/03/2008 11:04:00
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please rovers go for someone younger..
oztheman
28/03/2008 11:26:00
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agree with oztheman here, he is getting on with age, and has had serious injuries, we already have a few of them. Back on topic, comon fulham, write your own stuff mate, we dont want no plajarism case
sasman
28/03/2008 12:01:00
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Agree with Bom, I have read this else where. Poor conduct from orange_emu!
roversman
01/04/2008 09:24:00
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I would have Bullard in our midfield anyday!
adrianbrfc
02/04/2008 19:06:00
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