Date: 31st October 2006 at 12:46am
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Blackburn Rovers forward Paul Gallagher made his 50th Premiership appearance for the club in the game with West Ham United on Sunday.

Unfortunately the Rovers forward, who’s appearance came as a substitute couldn’t do anything to prevent the defeat seeing his half-century tarnished with defeat.

Since his debut, also as a substitute for Dwight Yorke as a 19-year-old on March 15th 2003 Gallagher has found a first team place difficult to hold down but has more often than not shown enough to prove he has plenty to offer us in the future. His loan spell with Stoke City during the 2005-2006 season worked wonders for him, seeing him comes back a stronger and hungrier player.

So that is 50 not out for the Scottish International, let’s hope the next 50 Premiership matches come along quicker?

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3 Replies to “50 not out for Blackburn’s Gallagher”

  • its good to see Gallagher getting to 50 appearances, he seems to be being used a a sub for bentley at the min, not sure if that is in the rite or if it involves a change of formation?? but its shows he is versital

  • well hes played better ths season then he ever has – i spose its because hughes is giving him a chance to prove himself ?

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