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Changes For Blackburn?

Apparently we will finally see this rotation thing in effect this weekend.

Speaking on the official site following the Liverpool match, O'Neill admitted that he would be looking to make changes for the upcoming FA Cup clash against Blackburn.

O'Neill is mindful that we are progressing well in the Carling Cup, and he also says that the lads who haven't been playing are raring to go and he wants to tap into that by giving them some playing time.

'We are so close in the Carling Cup. There is a great determination among the players who haven't been playing, we want them to use that eagerness on Saturday.'

O'Neill also says he loves the FA Cup and he wants to get through the tie and do our very best in both Cup comps this year.

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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 30 2009

Time: 8:11AM

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Be interesting to see what the changes are and how they improve us. On the evidence of recent changes/ substitutions there is no one better than those playing. I personally think Delph has a great future - but at Arsenal he looked a bit lost. Are we bringing Bannan back to give him a go at last? Now that would be interesting. Guess Collins will be back and Beye? Guzan in goal maybe. Be great if we can find a natural goal scorer by Saturday (Sums it up really when the Villa Number 9 is at Newcastle.)
Gordonsleftboot
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30/12/2009 09:18:00

Be interesting to see what the changes are and how they improve us. On the evidence of recent changes/ substitutions there is no one better than those playing. I personally think Delph has a great future - but at Arsenal he looked a bit lost. Are we bringing Bannan back to give him a go at last? Now that would be interesting. Guess Collins will be back and Beye? Guzan in goal maybe. Be great if we can find a natural goal scorer by Saturday (Sums it up really when the Villa Number 9 is at Newcastle.)
Gordonsleftboot
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30/12/2009 09:18:00

Guzan, Reo, Delph, Delfouneso, Beye, Collins and Albrigton all deserve to start.
son_of_cher
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30/12/2009 15:33:00

Guzan, Reo, Delph, Delfouneso, Beye, Collins and Albrigton all deserve to start.
son_of_cher
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30/12/2009 15:33:00

I thought Albrighton certianly looked decent yesters...
FootyFans
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30/12/2009 17:43:00

I thought Albrighton certianly looked decent yesters...
FootyFans
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30/12/2009 17:43:00

3rd round knockout it is then :) Nah, I really wouldn't be overly fussed if we were to get knocked out. I'd rather focus on the carling cup and the league but it would be nice to have an FA cup run as well.
JayVFC
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30/12/2009 18:00:00

3rd round knockout it is then :) Nah, I really wouldn't be overly fussed if we were to get knocked out. I'd rather focus on the carling cup and the league but it would be nice to have an FA cup run as well.
JayVFC
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30/12/2009 18:00:00

Delfouneso and Albrigton both are highly rated on FMH 2010. I bought Albrigton for 700k and he's worth more than 8 mill when he turned 20. Liverpool came calling with a bid of 10.5 million and I told them to FECK OFF!! Sorry if I'm boring you fellas. :)
JT_daniel
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01/01/2010 09:57:00

Delfouneso and Albrigton both are highly rated on FMH 2010. I bought Albrigton for 700k and he's worth more than 8 mill when he turned 20. Liverpool came calling with a bid of 10.5 million and I told them to FECK OFF!! Sorry if I'm boring you fellas. :)
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