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  1. Their average attendance for last 10 years is 7334. Their average attendance this year 7397 - lower than Lincoln, MK Dons, Blackpool and Rotherham - marginally above peterborough "Huge potential"
  2. Indeed the wingers we had that season in Smith and Gavin were two of the best in the division, but on that performance the thought of having Salako providing for Turner and Taylor would have been quite something.
  3. I remember that one - He was truly excellent that day, and we were deservedly beaten, but for most of the rest of that season we were on the whole excellent and deserved our promotion - arguably if Taylor hadnt got injured at easter time we'd have probaly won the title. I dont know why but for that season I always felt that game was the turning point.
  4. The issue is these plucky non-league sides rarely have the staying power for league one and soon find themselves back in league two or lower
  5. I hadn't considered that - probably very true. Knowing the rovers penchant for stealing grounds maybe John lock and son better check all their kit is properly accounted for before leaving Chernobyl.
  6. That has got to be quite worrying for Rovers "security" team surely? Monday 23rd March they could find half their "stands" have disappeared as the fairground people thought they were part of the fair and just packed them up with the rest of their stuff by mistake.
  7. The Peterborough ownership has always struck me as quite forward thinking, dynamic, and driven. Even if McAnthony can be a little bit annoying and perhaps even full of himself on twitter in my opinion. The rovers ownership strike me as simply laughable.
  8. cue gaslogic kicking into overdrive and Lansdown being blamed for this (incl of the usual moronic references to "Ladygarden")
  9. From that link - "Tom Nichols has been told by Bristol Rovers he can leave in the January transfer window. The 26-year-old forward has made 28 appearances for the Gas this season in all competitions, scoring four goals - the most he has netted in a single campaign for Rovers." So they are letting him go during his current "hot streak" ? - ofc we are using the term "hot streak" in a very broad sense here
  10. That's a very chilling thought
  11. I was under the impression Morrell was impressing a lot of people at Lincoln, and been MotM quite a few times for them so far this season. IIRC @Shtanley also said on the OSIB podcast that the Lincoln fans on their forums apparently could not believe they had a full international playing in their side. While there may have been extenuating circumstances (injury recovery for Ramsey?) didn't Morrell also keep Aaron Ramsey out of the starting line-up for the last Wales international?
  12. but.... but.... Their sprinklers ARE championship ready! just dont ask about the plans for a new stadium, stands tents at their exising dump, training ground, disabled persons stand, new facilities beyond the new bar entrance canopy, their playing staff, their finances, transfer budget or the owners.
  13. If they really are losing £60K per week - unless their next manager is paying them then they cant "afford" anyone
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