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Andrews hands in transfer request at Blackburn

17:35 30 January 2012

IPSWICH town target Keith Andrews has handed in a transfer request at Blackburn Rovers, according to reports.

The Republic of Ireland international midfielder spent the first half of the season on loan at the Blues, scoring nine goals and captaining the side for a spell.

Town boss Paul Jewell is keen to sign the 31-year-old on a permanent deal, but admits he faces competition from a host of Premier League clubs.

Andrews has always stated that he did not see a future from himself at Ewood Park and now Sky Sports are reporting that he has handed in a transfer request.

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  • Great player ..If he move's good luck to him . BUT do we need more Midfielder's. May be P.J 's new tactict's flood the park with 9 mf .1 gk 1 front striker.

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    david bradley

    Tuesday, January 31, 2012

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