Moore's Blackburn Move Collapses
Craig Moore’s transfer to Blackburn Rovers has fallen through, according to his manager for personal and football reasons.
Craig Moore-s transfer to Blackburn Rovers has fallen through, according to his manager for personal and football reasons. His agent John Viola insists the deals collapse has nothing to do with the medical assessment conducted by Rovers on Monday and that it was simply they could not agree on personal terms. Rangers and Blackburn Rovers had agreed a £500,000 fee for his transfer.
Viola however believes a deal is imminent with another Premiership club, who have shown interest previously. Viola confirmed that Moore, who is captain of the Australian Men-s Olympic Football team that is currently in Athens, although still a Rangers player, will not be at the Club once his commitments with the Olympic Team are complete.
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When to watch your Caltex Socceroos this weekend
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