Blackburn Transfers

The Latest Blackburn Rovers FC Transfer News, Stories and Updates have been added below for 2017 – 2018

  • Fri, 17 Jan 2020 11:59:31 +0000: Tosin Adarabioyo: ‘In five years I’d like to be Man City captain. It can happen’ - Blackburn Rovers | The Guardian
    Manchester City’s defender, on loan at Blackburn, discusses his future, how racism is getting worse and being spotted aged five

    Tosin Adarabioyo may be on loan again from Manchester City but the 22-year-old remains focused on the boyhood dream. “In five years’ time I’d like to be captain of Man City and have won the Premier League and the Champions League. Definitely it can happen,” he says.

    Here high ambition is married to a recognition of the hard yards required to reach the top. Sitting in plush seats at The Mere hotel in Cheshire, Adarabioyo can point to the decision to sign for a season at Blackburn Rovers after spending the previous campaign on loan at West Bromwich Albion.

    Related: Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

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  • Sun, 05 Jan 2020 07:00:54 +0000: St Andrew’s empty stands a sign of FA Cup’s fading, but not forgotten, magic | Jonathan Liew - Blackburn Rovers | The Guardian
    Even at third-round tie between Birmingham and Blackburn few wanted to watch, it was still possible to find a little joy

    Most match days, you can barely squeeze into the bar of the Royal George Hotel at the north-eastern corner of St Andrew’s. An hour before Birmingham play Blackburn, however, there are still plenty of chairs and tables available. A short distance away, in front of the Tilton Road Stand, a lone steward stands solemn guard in front of a bank of silent turnstiles. The magic of the FA Cup is still very much in evidence, it seems – but these days it tends to be more of a vanishing act.

    It’s a similar story inside the stadium, where only one of the four stands – the Kop – is fully open, along with a sliver of away fans in the Gil Merrick. This despite Blackburn bringing a healthy away contingent and tickets being attractively priced at £12. Birmingham’s Twitter account was still trying to flog them early on Saturday morning.

    Related: Paul Mullin seals stunning comeback draw for Tranmere at Watford

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  • Sat, 14 Dec 2019 18:17:36 +0000: Football League: Championship promotion hopefuls suffer shocks - Blackburn Rovers | The Guardian
    • Nottingham Forest and Bristol City beaten at home
    • Wycombe move seven points clear in League One

    It was a day of relative shocks in the second tier; Jordan Rhodes ended a 11-month wait a goal by scoring a hat-trick in Sheffield Wednesday’s 4-0 away to Nottingham Forest. It was a perfect treble, with a left-foot finish and overhead kick sandwiching a header, with all three coming before the break. Steven Fletcher completed the scoring in first-half injury-time to ensure there was no way back for the hosts.

    Related: Cardiff stun Leeds as Robert Glatzel seals draw after being three down

    Birmingham 2-3 West Brom, Barnsley 5-3 QPR, Brentford 1-0 Fulham, Bristol City 0-2 Blackburn, Derby 0-1 Millwall, Leeds 3-3 Cardiff, Nottingham Forest 0-4 Sheff Wed, Preston North End 2-1 Luton, Stoke 0-0 Reading, Swansea 3-1 Middlesbrough, Wigan 1-1 Huddersfield 

    Accrington 4-1 Portsmouth, Fleetwood 1-1 Gillingham, Ipswich 1-2 Bristol Rovers, Lincoln 1-0 Tranmere, MK Dons 1-0 Oxford United, Peterborough 1-0 Bolton, Shrewsbury 2-1 Coventry, Southend 2-2 Rotherham, Sunderland 1-1 Blackpool, Wimbledon 2-1 Doncaster, Wycombe 2-0 Burton Albion

    Carlisle 0-0 Grimsby, Cheltenham 1-1 Cambridge, Crawley 0-0 Port Vale, Crewe 1-1 Mansfield, Leyton Orient 0-0 Bradford City, Newport 1-1 Stevenage, Northampton 1-0 Forest Green, Plymouth 3-0 Morecambe, Salford City 0-1 Exeter, Scunthorpe 2-2 Colchester, Swindon 2-0 Oldham, Walsall 1-1 Macclesfield 

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  • Wed, 11 Dec 2019 23:35:16 +0000: Championship: Wigan hold West Brom, Swansea's Cooper rages at referee - Blackburn Rovers | The Guardian

    • Austin rescues point but Albion miss chance to retake top spot
    • Steve Cooper hits out at referee after 1-1 draw with Blackburn

    West Brom missed a chance to return to the top of the Championship when they could only draw at struggling Wigan. Sam Johnstone’s own goal five minutes into the second half put the home side ahead but Albion equalised when Charlie Austin struck from close range following an indirect free-kick. The 1-1 draw means Leeds stay top on goal difference, although both teams boast an 11-point lead over Fulham in third.

    “We have to be honest enough to admit we weren’t as good tonight as we’ve been so far,” the West Brom manager, Slaven Bilic, said afterwards. “We started slowly, and we have to admit we didn’t deserve anything more than a point … but we have to take this as a blessing, because we know we can’t be like this again.”

    Related: Charlton recall dark times as they prepare to bid farewell to Duchâtelet

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  • Wed, 27 Nov 2019 23:12:16 +0000: Championship: West Brom back on top and lowly Middlesbrough get rare win - Blackburn Rovers | The Guardian
    • Kieran Gibbs opens scoring for WBA in 4-1 win over Bristol City
    • Jonathan Woodgate’s Boro climb out of relegation zone

    West Brom moved back to the top of the Championship with a 4-1 victory over Bristol City at the Hawthorns. Grady Diangana was the key man for Slaven Bilic’s side, setting up Kieran Gibbs to open the scoring on 10 minutes with a smart back-heel and then being brought down on the edge of the area five minutes from half-time.

    Related: Dejan Lovren’s header rescues point for Liverpool against Napoli

    Related: Daniel Wass’s freak goal earns Valencia deserved draw with Chelsea

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  • Thu, 23 Jan 2020 14:21:00 +0000: Ticket news: Queens Park Rangers (H) - Blackburn Rovers News

    Ticket News

    All the information ahead of the encounter against Mark Warburton's side at Ewood Park at the end of this month

    Tickets for the encounter against Queens Park Rangers at Ewood Park remain on sale from the Rovers ticket office.

  • Thu, 23 Jan 2020 13:00:00 +0000: Keep it going, Lewis! - Blackburn Rovers News

    Club News

    The boss has challenged the German to continue his goalscoring form following his brace at Sheffield Wednesday last time out

    After his two-goal haul inspired Rovers to a biggest win in 18 years, Lewis Holtby's been challenged to keep up his form by Tony Mowbray.

  • Thu, 23 Jan 2020 11:59:00 +0000: Sleep Out for Blackburn to support Blackburn Foodbank in 2020 - Blackburn Rovers News

    Community

    Coming together for a worthy cause!

    Sleep Out for Blackburn is returning to Ewood Park on Friday 27th March, with Blackburn Foodbank named as the joint beneficiaries of the 2020 incarnation of the charity fundraiser that sees willing volunteers sleeping rough inside the stadium.

  • Thu, 23 Jan 2020 11:14:29 +0000: Fletcher: It’s a fresh start for me - Blackburn Rovers News

    Ladies

    “I want to break into the team and get regular minutes which I’ve missed for the last couple of years"

    New signing Ellie Fletcher is looking ahead to a new chapter in her career after joining Rovers from Liverpool.

  • Thu, 23 Jan 2020 10:58:00 +0000: Fletcher is a Blue! - Blackburn Rovers News

    Ladies

    Gemma Donnelly has made her second move in the January transfer window

    Rovers are delighted to announce the Deadline Day signing of defender Ellie Fletcher following the release from her contract at Liverpool.

Newly relegated Blackburn Rovers have now resigned themselves to loosing many of their top players in the closed season due to their unsuccessful season just gone which will break the hearts of many of their supporters. One of the first players who will make an exit from Ewood Park is French midfielder Steven N`Zonzi who look set to return to the premier league as their are now a number of clubs battling for the players signature.

On a plus note the side from the north have many targets on their scope for the new season as Steve Kean looks to bolster his squad options with the first of these to be signed being the Portuguese striker Nuno Gomes. The influential striker has just signed a two year deal to take him to Ewood Park on a free transfer as he was released from his previous side Braga at the end of the season.

Another two players who have been signed by kean so far are Danny Murphy and Leon Best who have recently both signed lucrative deals to help the side retake their position in the top flight of English football. Both players arrived on free transfers which is always a bonus for clubs and bring with them a wealth of experience.

Want away winger Junior Hoilett is another player who is close to leaving the club this summer as he is on the verge of a move to German side Borussia Monchengladbach. The player is also said to have held talks with many of the premier leagues top clubs but it look for than likely that the player will look for pastures new in on of Europe’s top leagues. The twenty two year old has just been seen to fly out to Germany to seal this deal so barring a disaster you will see him in the colours of Monchengladbach next season.

Finally rover have also been involved in arranging the transfer of up and coming Ipswich goal keeper Scott Loach who has been on Keans radar for some time and are now looking to hijack an approach from Watford. The young keeper is thought to be the perfect player for Kean to rebuild from the back and it is believe that Loach is very keen on a move up north.