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Crocky Medical Underway At Blackburn

Crocky Medical Underway At Blackburn



Teams of Lancashire paramedics, surgeons, St. John's Ambulancers and first aiders are understood to have assembled at Ewood Park for the arrival of Roque Santa Cruz...

IF he gets through his medical, City's six league starts hitman will be an on loan Rovers player later today. If the medical is as pisspoor as the one he underwent in Manchester in July 2009, then there should be no problem.

The £17,500,000 man is assured of a warm welcome by Rovers gaffer Steve Kean:

'Roque feels like he's got some business to finish from the first time he was here.
..He had a fantastic time...and showed his quality. Hopefully he'll show do that again until the end of the season.'


Cue sighs of relief at the Eastlands medical centre. More on this story as we get it...

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Writer:Bluey Armstrong VMC Newsdesk
Date:Friday January 14 2011
Time: 12:16PM

Comments

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I didn't think there was enough time in the January window to give Croque a medical.. seems it was a rushed job.. only took a morning! he has now signed.
rover23
14/01/2011 12:57:00
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Thank god for that. See ya Roque, send us a postcard.
fifthcolumnblue
14/01/2011 17:12:00
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Not a case of if he can get through the medical .....more like can he get through the door without tripping and injuring himself....
Doody
14/01/2011 23:15:00
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