Blackburn Rovers striker Goodwillie completes Blackpool loan switch

David Goodwillie

David Goodwillie

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BLACKBURN Rovers striker David Goodwillie has completed his loan switch to fellow Championship side Blackpool.

Goodwillie has moved to Bloomfield Road for the rest of the season after Blackpool fended off competition from the likes of St Johnstone, Aberdeen and Oldham Athletic.

Former Rovers skipper Barry Ferguson is in temporary charge of Blackpool and moved quickly to bring in his fellow Scot following Paul Ince's exit as manager earlier in the week.

Under the terms of the loan Goodwillie will be ineligible to face Rovers when Blackpool travel to Ewood Park on February 1.

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3:20pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Can't b long b4 some one comes in (hopefully).
Can't b long b4 some one comes in (hopefully). Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 1

4:14pm Fri 24 Jan 14

chicken.pluckers says...

Another rat leaving the now half submerged SS Laughingstock. Theres no hope for this shambles of a club, they cant get away quick enough!
Another rat leaving the now half submerged SS Laughingstock. Theres no hope for this shambles of a club, they cant get away quick enough! chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -5

4:33pm Fri 24 Jan 14

owd nick says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
Another rat leaving the now half submerged SS Laughingstock. Theres no hope for this shambles of a club, they cant get away quick enough!
Always look on the bright side of life, di dum, di dum di dum, di dum.
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: Another rat leaving the now half submerged SS Laughingstock. Theres no hope for this shambles of a club, they cant get away quick enough![/p][/quote]Always look on the bright side of life, di dum, di dum di dum, di dum. owd nick
  • Score: 0

4:41pm Fri 24 Jan 14

mjp 53 says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Can't b long b4 some one comes in (hopefully).
Ah your still with us my wrinkly friend, there are 2 hopes and Bobs playing golf in the sky, so i guess the answer to that is no.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Can't b long b4 some one comes in (hopefully).[/p][/quote]Ah your still with us my wrinkly friend, there are 2 hopes and Bobs playing golf in the sky, so i guess the answer to that is no. mjp 53
  • Score: 0

4:49pm Fri 24 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

Just waiting for our Shadow Club accountant to figure out how many players have left since Bowyer took over and what their combined salaries are.

Sadly the extra digit keeps catching the 000,s key on the big button calculator, no doubt he will shortly be announcing we are 17 billion in debt, spending 63 million a week and in administration before the transfer window closes.
Just waiting for our Shadow Club accountant to figure out how many players have left since Bowyer took over and what their combined salaries are. Sadly the extra digit keeps catching the 000,s key on the big button calculator, no doubt he will shortly be announcing we are 17 billion in debt, spending 63 million a week and in administration before the transfer window closes. greenscreener
  • Score: 10

7:00pm Fri 24 Jan 14

chicken.pluckers says...

greenscreener wrote:
Just waiting for our Shadow Club accountant to figure out how many players have left since Bowyer took over and what their combined salaries are.

Sadly the extra digit keeps catching the 000,s key on the big button calculator, no doubt he will shortly be announcing we are 17 billion in debt, spending 63 million a week and in administration before the transfer window closes.
As you well know I only ever post the facts.

Rovers posted a pre-tax loss of £36.5m after losing £11.7m on player trading – more than the £30m predicted by supporters’ group The Rovers Trust last month.
Net debt has shot up from £24.5m to £54.5m
Turnover was down £27.3m from £54.2m to £26.9m after a drop of £23.2m in TV money;
The wage-to-turnover ratio rose from 92.2 per cent to 136.1 per cent;
The club lost £1.1m in ticket sales and £3m in commercial income as average attendance fell 33.5 per cent.

FFP rules state that Championship clubs can make a maximum loss of £8m for the 2013-14 season. Anything higher will result in a transfer embargo which would come into force on January 1, 2015.

Mr Shaw said the club faced a ‘challenging task’ of meeting the new Financial Fair Play regulations which come into play next season.

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There's no hiding from this one I'm afraid Mungo. It's time for Rovers to finally pay their way!
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: Just waiting for our Shadow Club accountant to figure out how many players have left since Bowyer took over and what their combined salaries are. Sadly the extra digit keeps catching the 000,s key on the big button calculator, no doubt he will shortly be announcing we are 17 billion in debt, spending 63 million a week and in administration before the transfer window closes.[/p][/quote]As you well know I only ever post the facts. Rovers posted a pre-tax loss of £36.5m after losing £11.7m on player trading – more than the £30m predicted by supporters’ group The Rovers Trust last month. Net debt has shot up from £24.5m to £54.5m Turnover was down £27.3m from £54.2m to £26.9m after a drop of £23.2m in TV money; The wage-to-turnover ratio rose from 92.2 per cent to 136.1 per cent; The club lost £1.1m in ticket sales and £3m in commercial income as average attendance fell 33.5 per cent. FFP rules state that Championship clubs can make a maximum loss of £8m for the 2013-14 season. Anything higher will result in a transfer embargo which would come into force on January 1, 2015. Mr Shaw said the club faced a ‘challenging task’ of meeting the new Financial Fair Play regulations which come into play next season. http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/NEW S/BLACKBURN/10782518 .Blackburn_Rovers_ta ckling___54_5m_debt/ ?ref=rss There's no hiding from this one I'm afraid Mungo. It's time for Rovers to finally pay their way! chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -6

7:30pm Fri 24 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Just waiting for our Shadow Club accountant to figure out how many players have left since Bowyer took over and what their combined salaries are.

Sadly the extra digit keeps catching the 000,s key on the big button calculator, no doubt he will shortly be announcing we are 17 billion in debt, spending 63 million a week and in administration before the transfer window closes.
As you well know I only ever post the facts.

Rovers posted a pre-tax loss of £36.5m after losing £11.7m on player trading – more than the £30m predicted by supporters’ group The Rovers Trust last month.
Net debt has shot up from £24.5m to £54.5m
Turnover was down £27.3m from £54.2m to £26.9m after a drop of £23.2m in TV money;
The wage-to-turnover ratio rose from 92.2 per cent to 136.1 per cent;
The club lost £1.1m in ticket sales and £3m in commercial income as average attendance fell 33.5 per cent.

FFP rules state that Championship clubs can make a maximum loss of £8m for the 2013-14 season. Anything higher will result in a transfer embargo which would come into force on January 1, 2015.

Mr Shaw said the club faced a ‘challenging task’ of meeting the new Financial Fair Play regulations which come into play next season.

http://www.lancashir

etelegraph.co.uk/NEW

S/BLACKBURN/10782518

.Blackburn_Rovers_ta

ckling___54_5m_debt/

?ref=rss

There's no hiding from this one I'm afraid Mungo. It's time for Rovers to finally pay their way!
But all you can do is quote last years figures, how sad for you that none of that is actually relevant. I know that irrelevance is your area of expertise, eg 'top of the league in September', but at least it's not that 'Rhodes is leaving' fantasy of yours, which you have been spouting religiously every transfer window since he joined us. Facts my ar5e.

You crack on son, irrelevance and fantasy, like your multiple accounts, whatever gets you off.
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: Just waiting for our Shadow Club accountant to figure out how many players have left since Bowyer took over and what their combined salaries are. Sadly the extra digit keeps catching the 000,s key on the big button calculator, no doubt he will shortly be announcing we are 17 billion in debt, spending 63 million a week and in administration before the transfer window closes.[/p][/quote]As you well know I only ever post the facts. Rovers posted a pre-tax loss of £36.5m after losing £11.7m on player trading – more than the £30m predicted by supporters’ group The Rovers Trust last month. Net debt has shot up from £24.5m to £54.5m Turnover was down £27.3m from £54.2m to £26.9m after a drop of £23.2m in TV money; The wage-to-turnover ratio rose from 92.2 per cent to 136.1 per cent; The club lost £1.1m in ticket sales and £3m in commercial income as average attendance fell 33.5 per cent. FFP rules state that Championship clubs can make a maximum loss of £8m for the 2013-14 season. Anything higher will result in a transfer embargo which would come into force on January 1, 2015. Mr Shaw said the club faced a ‘challenging task’ of meeting the new Financial Fair Play regulations which come into play next season. http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/NEW S/BLACKBURN/10782518 .Blackburn_Rovers_ta ckling___54_5m_debt/ ?ref=rss There's no hiding from this one I'm afraid Mungo. It's time for Rovers to finally pay their way![/p][/quote]But all you can do is quote last years figures, how sad for you that none of that is actually relevant. I know that irrelevance is your area of expertise, eg 'top of the league in September', but at least it's not that 'Rhodes is leaving' fantasy of yours, which you have been spouting religiously every transfer window since he joined us. Facts my ar5e. You crack on son, irrelevance and fantasy, like your multiple accounts, whatever gets you off. greenscreener
  • Score: 7

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