Blackburn

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Synonyms for Blackburn

black-and-white North American wood warbler having an orange-and-black head and throat

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OFF TO EWOOD Bowyer & Rodgers face a replay OFF TO EWOOD Bowyer & Rodgers face a replay
And at exactly the same stage a year later, Newcastle enjoyed a 2-1 win at Ewood Park with goals from Alan Shearer seeing the Magpies through.
It is believed Samba, 27, has become increasingly frustrated with life at Ewood Park and is eager to move to a bigger club while he is still in his prime.
We hope that everyone enjoys their big day out at Ewood Park.
The 31-year-old enjoyed a visit to Ewood Park with Stoke in pre-season, and he is looking forward to going back to the club in two-and-a-half weeks.
Boro had gone in at half time level at Ewood Park, E but once Jimmy was off the mark seconds into the second period, McClaren's goal-busting men didn't look back.
Former City striker Rudy Gestede climbs above the Burnley defence in a Championship match at Ewood Park last season Former City striker Rudy Gestede climbs above the Burnley defence in a Championship match at Ewood Park last season Are Blackburn still owned by those poultry people who have attracted so much negative media attention?
BLACKBURN 1 Gestede 45 DONCASTER 0 at Ewood Park RUDY GESTEDE scored his first goal at Ewood Park for Blackburn as they beat Doncaster 1-0 to keep the pressure on the top six in the Sky Bet Championship.
FORMER England goalkeeper Paul Robinson has asked Blackburn Rovers for clarification on his future at Ewood Park.
Indeed, many fans have boycotted Ewood Park as a result of owners they hate, a manager they loathe and a team who crashed out of the Premier League.
Whether ex-Wolves man Andrews plays from the start or is on the bench remains to be seen, but Reid, who also played at Ewood Park, feels Albion have made a shrewd signing.
The Blackburn boss, in fact revealed he wants to take him back to Ewood Park in the summer.
Summary: Roy Hodgson is under yet more pressure after his Liverpool side lost out to Blackburn at Ewood Park.
Tottenham went on to beat Manchester City and then Blackburn on Saturday thanks to a brace from Peter Crouch at Ewood Park.
The Journal is giving you the chance to win one of four pairs of tickets to see Newcastle United take on Blackburn at Ewood Park on Saturday, January 17, 2009 at 3pm.