The ink is not yet dry on Amari’i Bell’s transfer to Blackburn Rovers but head coach Uwe Rosler says Fleetwood Town are already on the hunt for a new left-back. Bell, 23, joined Town’s League One rivals Rovers on a two and a half year deal on Friday but he is not expected to feature for his new club in Saturday’s Lancashire derby at Highbury. Rosler says Bell’s departure and finding a replacement is something Town have been preparing for as his contract was due to expire in the summer.
Fleetwood Town’s FA Cup journey came to an end at Leicester City but they have more than just have memories to reflect on – there’s a hefty six-figure cash boost too. READ MORE: Blackburn closing in on deal for Fleetwood's BellTown boss Uwe Rosler says the five-game cup run which ended with Tuesday’s third-round replay against the Foxes helped to fund this month’s transfer deals. The cash windfall was due largely to four of those five games being chosen for TV coverage.
Saturday’s opposition Blackburn Rovers may be one of the favourites for promotion but Paddy Madden sees no reason why Fleetwood Town cannot mount their own bid for Championship football. Saturday’s opposition Blackburn Rovers may be one of the favourites for promotion but Paddy Madden sees no reason why Fleetwood Town cannot mount their own bid for Championship football. It was a case of New Year, new start for Madden who left Scunthorpe for Town and made an impact on his debut at Southend United.
@OrmerodRichard Probably expect Rovers to play him in a left wing/ midfield role rather than LB. He’s no Damien Duff or MGP but he’s got bags of pace and has improved defensively no end this season. Chipped in with a few goals but his crossing still needs work.
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