• Posted on: 7 March 2014
  • By: isport

Blackburn Rovers has offloaded Josh Morris to Fleetwood Town on a 1 month loan deal.

"I've been on the bench a lot at Blackburn and not played. I'm at a stage of my career where I need to play as many games as I can. It's a great opportunity." Morris told BBC Radio Lancashire.

Morris has already spent 2 seasons out on loan to Yeovil Town and Rotherham United as his parent club Blackburn Rovers wants him to gain experience somewhere outside of the Championship league.

While Josh Morris has made his way out of Blackburn Rovers for 1 month, Rovers managed on signing a few players that are hoping to boost the squad and their hopes of earning promotion into the Premier League.

Rovers have added to their squad, the Serbian goalkeeper Obren Cuckovic who has already represented his country and the other player that will be joining the Championship club Blackburn Rovers is the 30 years old forward of Golden Arrows, Peter Wadabwa.

A staff member that works closely with Blackburn Rovers expressed his emotions about their latest 2 signings.

“With these two new guys the team will be completely different. Cuckovic is like a giant, he won two league titles with Tanzania’s Young Africans and played in the African Champions League.”

Blackburn Rovers are located in the middle section of the Championship league standings. It does not look like they will be able to snatch a promotion spot that would allow them to fight against the best teams in England in the Premier League but a positive note for Rovers is that they are safe from the bottom relegation zone and the more players they manage to sign will give them a better chance on securing a higher spot for the upcoming season.