Date: 28th April 2010 at 8:46am
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Rovers winger Alan Judge has been told that he does not feature in the long term plans of Sam Allardyce and that he will need to find a new club.

For the last 18 months Alan has been on loan at Plymouth Argyle but at a point was touted as a decent future prospect on the wing for Blackburn.

But with two changes of management since the Mark Hughes days, Judge has fallen out of favour.

Judge told Herald Sport – ‘I have still got a year left at Blackburn, but I think my time there will be up in the summer.

‘We have talked over the phone, so I know more or less what’s going to happen. I will just see what clubs are interested in me.

‘I’m sure I will be moving on because I’m obviously not Sam Allardyce’s type of player.

‘But you can talk to him easily, and if you’re not his type of player he will help you get the club you need.’

This has been on the cards for a while but maybe we can get a decent fee for Alan?

I am sure he can find a Championship club as he is a very talented player.

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