Probiz extend Rovers deal

Blackburn Rovers have extended their commercial partnership with PROBIZ Excellence Ltd.

PROBIZ, which has over 400 accountancy offices, had already committed to stay as main shirt sponsor until the end of this month, but have now agreed to continue on the front of the famous blue-and-white halves until the end of the season.

Mr Nahaboo, founder, who was born in Blackburn, said: “There is a mixture of publicity facing the club, but that has never put me off supporting a club that will eventually stabilise and show its true worth and enter the Premier League once again.

“I'd like to support the club over the forthcoming years and look forward to building a relation with both the fans and management team. The good times are not far off and I believe the club can make the play-offs this year. I wish Michael Appleton every success in steering this club back to the top flight."

Greg Coar, Rovers’ Head of Commercial and Marketing said: “This is great news for the club. It’s fantastic that PROBIZ have enjoyed the initial stages of our relationship to the extent that they are keen to further cement their support.

"In fairness, Feisal did say he would invest more with the club as he became more familiar with club personnel and within a short period of time he has shown his personal and corporate integrity in his actions."

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11:32am Thu 17 Jan 13

Dukes says...

well what can we say.
well what can we say. Dukes

11:39am Thu 17 Jan 13

blueblooded says...

nice one Probiz.

Onwards and upwards.

RTID.
nice one Probiz. Onwards and upwards. RTID. blueblooded

11:49am Thu 17 Jan 13

peely says...

Wow !
Wow ! peely

11:52am Thu 17 Jan 13

Bazzer says...

I do not believe even French Rover can improve on that optimism.
I do not believe even French Rover can improve on that optimism. Bazzer

11:52am Thu 17 Jan 13

buckoff says...

Great news but surely if this firm has 400 accountancy offices and a rovers fan owner he should link up and run the club on behalf of Venkys. Surely PROBIZ Excellence Ltd can do a better job than this PR firm maybe that's why Venkys are coming over. But I guess that would be to easy a solution for Venkys.
Great news but surely if this firm has 400 accountancy offices and a rovers fan owner he should link up and run the club on behalf of Venkys. Surely PROBIZ Excellence Ltd can do a better job than this PR firm maybe that's why Venkys are coming over. But I guess that would be to easy a solution for Venkys. buckoff

11:53am Thu 17 Jan 13

RoverTheHill says...

Say Probiz 100 times as fast as you can.... sounds like Anderson!!!

Truthfully, glad we've got a sponsor but I won't be getting it put on my shirt, I always think the shirts look better without a sponsor on the front!
Say Probiz 100 times as fast as you can.... sounds like Anderson!!! Truthfully, glad we've got a sponsor but I won't be getting it put on my shirt, I always think the shirts look better without a sponsor on the front! RoverTheHill

12:08pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

How can he support Rovers if he doesnt live in the town!

Rules are rules!!

TRUE FANS RULES:

1) Born in Blackburn
2) live in Blackburn
3) marry Blackburn WOMEN
4) drink 12 pints per night
5) work in Blackburn
6) wife shops in Blackburn but onlyyou only eat Blackburn bred meat
7) trumps have a Blackburn smell
8) eat pie and pies on a Tuesday night
9) YOUR THE BOSS
10) only buy concession tickets to away games, thus reducing away clubs spending power against us
11) arn't called Jeremy, Timothy or Jerome
How can he support Rovers if he doesnt live in the town! Rules are rules!! TRUE FANS RULES: 1) Born in Blackburn 2) live in Blackburn 3) marry Blackburn WOMEN 4) drink 12 pints per night 5) work in Blackburn 6) wife shops in Blackburn but onlyyou only eat Blackburn bred meat 7) trumps have a Blackburn smell 8) eat pie and pies on a Tuesday night 9) YOUR THE BOSS 10) only buy concession tickets to away games, thus reducing away clubs spending power against us 11) arn't called Jeremy, Timothy or Jerome makaveli96

12:09pm Thu 17 Jan 13

bburnrover says...

We may have been better off asking his accountancy firm to run our club instead of Shebby who has lost the club over a million pounds in sacking H Berg after 10 games in charge.
We need intelligent people at our club who know the English game Mr Singhe has proved an expensive failure and another poor appointment decision by the Venkeys.
We may have been better off asking his accountancy firm to run our club instead of Shebby who has lost the club over a million pounds in sacking H Berg after 10 games in charge. We need intelligent people at our club who know the English game Mr Singhe has proved an expensive failure and another poor appointment decision by the Venkeys. bburnrover

12:56pm Thu 17 Jan 13

RoversMCMLXXV says...

Probiz out - ICI perspex in
Probiz out - ICI perspex in RoversMCMLXXV

1:13pm Thu 17 Jan 13

silowe29 says...

Good news on the commercial partnership continuing. No mention of it on the Probiz website though? They do show WBA, Wolves and Shef Utd as partners, oh and Featherstone Rovers !
Good news on the commercial partnership continuing. No mention of it on the Probiz website though? They do show WBA, Wolves and Shef Utd as partners, oh and Featherstone Rovers ! silowe29

1:28pm Thu 17 Jan 13

moh says...

bburnrover wrote:
We may have been better off asking his accountancy firm to run our club instead of Shebby who has lost the club over a million pounds in sacking H Berg after 10 games in charge. We need intelligent people at our club who know the English game Mr Singhe has proved an expensive failure and another poor appointment decision by the Venkeys.
also speculation is that Appletons salary from Blackpool has been doubled, could they have not give him just 20 to 30% more??
[quote][p][bold]bburnrover[/bold] wrote: We may have been better off asking his accountancy firm to run our club instead of Shebby who has lost the club over a million pounds in sacking H Berg after 10 games in charge. We need intelligent people at our club who know the English game Mr Singhe has proved an expensive failure and another poor appointment decision by the Venkeys.[/p][/quote]also speculation is that Appletons salary from Blackpool has been doubled, could they have not give him just 20 to 30% more?? moh

1:31pm Thu 17 Jan 13

silowe29 says...

silowe29 wrote:
Good news on the commercial partnership continuing. No mention of it on the Probiz website though? They do show WBA, Wolves and Shef Utd as partners, oh and Featherstone Rovers !
They have uploaded the news now. Is it me or do we look like a Sunday league team on the group photo?!
[quote][p][bold]silowe29[/bold] wrote: Good news on the commercial partnership continuing. No mention of it on the Probiz website though? They do show WBA, Wolves and Shef Utd as partners, oh and Featherstone Rovers ![/p][/quote]They have uploaded the news now. Is it me or do we look like a Sunday league team on the group photo?! silowe29

1:33pm Thu 17 Jan 13

MatthewCA says...

PROBIZ give energy to our players, better than nothing.
when we read the new paper, Rhodes our hero will always keep high on his chest - PROBIZ.

Best Wishes to Club T-**** Sponsers and new Manager.
PROBIZ give energy to our players, better than nothing. when we read the new paper, Rhodes our hero will always keep high on his chest - PROBIZ. Best Wishes to Club T-**** Sponsers and new Manager. MatthewCA

1:53pm Thu 17 Jan 13

A Rover 45 years and over says...

You get the feeling they are only doing this because the Club is in turmoil and they feel they can take advantage of it in someway or other. As someone said before they have interest in a few Clubs. Can't see any big name sponsors wanting to get involved with us at the moment.
You get the feeling they are only doing this because the Club is in turmoil and they feel they can take advantage of it in someway or other. As someone said before they have interest in a few Clubs. Can't see any big name sponsors wanting to get involved with us at the moment. A Rover 45 years and over

2:06pm Thu 17 Jan 13

French Rover says...

Bazzer wrote:
I do not believe even French Rover can improve on that optimism.
oh yes I can :-)

See you at Wembley for a pint - just before the Rovers play in this seasons Play-Off final....

hows that?
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: I do not believe even French Rover can improve on that optimism.[/p][/quote]oh yes I can :-) See you at Wembley for a pint - just before the Rovers play in this seasons Play-Off final.... hows that? French Rover

2:30pm Thu 17 Jan 13

Nuttall Street says...

Is the aforementioned Greg Coar, Rovers Head of Commercial and Marketing, any relative of Rob Coar, the Rovers titular Chairman?
Is the aforementioned Greg Coar, Rovers Head of Commercial and Marketing, any relative of Rob Coar, the Rovers titular Chairman? Nuttall Street

2:35pm Thu 17 Jan 13

French Rover says...

Nuttall Street wrote:
Is the aforementioned Greg Coar, Rovers Head of Commercial and Marketing, any relative of Rob Coar, the Rovers titular Chairman?
I believe Greg is Roberts son..
[quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: Is the aforementioned Greg Coar, Rovers Head of Commercial and Marketing, any relative of Rob Coar, the Rovers titular Chairman?[/p][/quote]I believe Greg is Roberts son.. French Rover

3:11pm Thu 17 Jan 13

mark anthony says...

keep it in the family
keep it in the family mark anthony

4:01pm Thu 17 Jan 13

notac says...

French Rover wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
Is the aforementioned Greg Coar, Rovers Head of Commercial and Marketing, any relative of Rob Coar, the Rovers titular Chairman?
I believe Greg is Roberts son..
Are you sure about that French Rover?? or based pub talk?
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: Is the aforementioned Greg Coar, Rovers Head of Commercial and Marketing, any relative of Rob Coar, the Rovers titular Chairman?[/p][/quote]I believe Greg is Roberts son..[/p][/quote]Are you sure about that French Rover?? or based pub talk? notac

6:17pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

Due to the closure of HMV and Blockbuster,

you can now buy Steven Spielberg's 'War Horse'

At the food section in Tesco's....
Due to the closure of HMV and Blockbuster, you can now buy Steven Spielberg's 'War Horse' At the food section in Tesco's.... makaveli96

7:52pm Thu 17 Jan 13

modan says...

There are 25,000 Indians in Blackburn more than half of Indians population like me were born in Blackburn.
Venky came here knowing that Blackburn has a large Indian population.
Pakistanis account for for about 15,000 population in Blackburn.
There ae no Indians living in Burnley,Colne,Rochda
le,Oldham,Bury, Accrington which has a large Pakistani population.
Indian population live in Manchester 35,000,Blackburn 25,000,Bolton 20,000 and Preston 15,000
There are 25,000 Indians in Blackburn more than half of Indians population like me were born in Blackburn. Venky came here knowing that Blackburn has a large Indian population. Pakistanis account for for about 15,000 population in Blackburn. There ae no Indians living in Burnley,Colne,Rochda le,Oldham,Bury, Accrington which has a large Pakistani population. Indian population live in Manchester 35,000,Blackburn 25,000,Bolton 20,000 and Preston 15,000 modan

8:01pm Thu 17 Jan 13

George.White.Bread says...

modan wrote:
There are 25,000 Indians in Blackburn more than half of Indians population like me were born in Blackburn.
Venky came here knowing that Blackburn has a large Indian population.
Pakistanis account for for about 15,000 population in Blackburn.
There ae no Indians living in Burnley,Colne,Rochda

le,Oldham,Bury, Accrington which has a large Pakistani population.
Indian population live in Manchester 35,000,Blackburn 25,000,Bolton 20,000 and Preston 15,000
Wow, those are some spectacular statistics there Stato, me old fruit........but what's your point here?
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: There are 25,000 Indians in Blackburn more than half of Indians population like me were born in Blackburn. Venky came here knowing that Blackburn has a large Indian population. Pakistanis account for for about 15,000 population in Blackburn. There ae no Indians living in Burnley,Colne,Rochda le,Oldham,Bury, Accrington which has a large Pakistani population. Indian population live in Manchester 35,000,Blackburn 25,000,Bolton 20,000 and Preston 15,000[/p][/quote]Wow, those are some spectacular statistics there Stato, me old fruit........but what's your point here? George.White.Bread

8:11pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

modan wrote:
There are 25,000 Indians in Blackburn more than half of Indians population like me were born in Blackburn.
Venky came here knowing that Blackburn has a large Indian population.
Pakistanis account for for about 15,000 population in Blackburn.
There ae no Indians living in Burnley,Colne,Rochda

le,Oldham,Bury, Accrington which has a large Pakistani population.
Indian population live in Manchester 35,000,Blackburn 25,000,Bolton 20,000 and Preston 15,000
But if you were born in Blackburn then your not Indian, your a Blackburnian (like me one of the ex-champions of 95)!

It's like Kevin Peterson saying he's English when he's South African. Or Bradley Wiggins saying he's British when he was born in Belgium.

You are where you were born.

Up to Rovers!
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: There are 25,000 Indians in Blackburn more than half of Indians population like me were born in Blackburn. Venky came here knowing that Blackburn has a large Indian population. Pakistanis account for for about 15,000 population in Blackburn. There ae no Indians living in Burnley,Colne,Rochda le,Oldham,Bury, Accrington which has a large Pakistani population. Indian population live in Manchester 35,000,Blackburn 25,000,Bolton 20,000 and Preston 15,000[/p][/quote]But if you were born in Blackburn then your not Indian, your a Blackburnian (like me one of the ex-champions of 95)! It's like Kevin Peterson saying he's English when he's South African. Or Bradley Wiggins saying he's British when he was born in Belgium. You are where you were born. Up to Rovers! makaveli96

8:16pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

My doctor told me I should watch what I eat.

So I've booked tickets for the Grand National in April.
My doctor told me I should watch what I eat. So I've booked tickets for the Grand National in April. makaveli96

8:18pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

Last night I ate a Tesco burger, an Iceland burger and a Farm Foods burger to find out which had the best taste.

The Tesco one won by a nose.
Last night I ate a Tesco burger, an Iceland burger and a Farm Foods burger to find out which had the best taste. The Tesco one won by a nose. makaveli96

8:18pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

I was in the cafe in Tesco ordering my food and the waitress asked if I wanted anything on my burger. So I had a fiver each way.
I was in the cafe in Tesco ordering my food and the waitress asked if I wanted anything on my burger. So I had a fiver each way. makaveli96

8:20pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

Can't believe Tesco have got rid of all their burgers, ill have to make do with this 6ft chicken drumstick instead.
Can't believe Tesco have got rid of all their burgers, ill have to make do with this 6ft chicken drumstick instead. makaveli96

8:20pm Thu 17 Jan 13

modan says...

Every Indians have roots back in India too,we have left behind our family like uncles,grandparents,
cousins, and they all became Blackburn Rovers fans too.I have a cousin back home in India who has lcd tv and satellite dish and he is a Blackburn Rovers fan too.Blackburn Rovers has large fan base in India too.
Every Indians have roots back in India too,we have left behind our family like uncles,grandparents, cousins, and they all became Blackburn Rovers fans too.I have a cousin back home in India who has lcd tv and satellite dish and he is a Blackburn Rovers fan too.Blackburn Rovers has large fan base in India too. modan

8:21pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

I hate to think what is in Tesco's slush puppies.
I hate to think what is in Tesco's slush puppies. makaveli96

8:22pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

The first rule of Tesco beefburger club.

There are no beefburgers.
The first rule of Tesco beefburger club. There are no beefburgers. makaveli96

8:23pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

Tesco are offering all customers who bought the horse burgers a free upgrade to their new high speed mobile internet service 4GG
Tesco are offering all customers who bought the horse burgers a free upgrade to their new high speed mobile internet service 4GG makaveli96

8:26pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

I checked my Tesco Digestives for any traces of horsemeat, but I could only Seabiscuit.
I checked my Tesco Digestives for any traces of horsemeat, but I could only Seabiscuit. makaveli96

8:26pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

I checked my Tesco Digestives for any traces of horsemeat, but I could only Seabiscuit.
I checked my Tesco Digestives for any traces of horsemeat, but I could only Seabiscuit. makaveli96

8:27pm Thu 17 Jan 13

makaveli96 says...

Brendan Rodgers has denied rumours in the press that Andy Carroll has any involvement in the Tesco / horse burger scandal.

"He's not a horse, he's a donkey".
Brendan Rodgers has denied rumours in the press that Andy Carroll has any involvement in the Tesco / horse burger scandal. "He's not a horse, he's a donkey". makaveli96

8:51pm Thu 17 Jan 13

Nuttall Street says...

Is that true that Greg Coar is Rob Coars son? If that is true then "what a talented family!" just imagine all those commercial and marketing people in the UK and it turns out to be Rob Coar's son is the most talented and best qualified to get the job at Rovers!
Or is it just that he is a completely useless lump who can't wipe his a@rse without his Dad doing it for him.
Is that true that Greg Coar is Rob Coars son? If that is true then "what a talented family!" just imagine all those commercial and marketing people in the UK and it turns out to be Rob Coar's son is the most talented and best qualified to get the job at Rovers! Or is it just that he is a completely useless lump who can't wipe his a@rse without his Dad doing it for him. Nuttall Street

9:12pm Thu 17 Jan 13

French Rover says...

notac wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
Is the aforementioned Greg Coar, Rovers Head of Commercial and Marketing, any relative of Rob Coar, the Rovers titular Chairman?
I believe Greg is Roberts son..
Are you sure about that French Rover?? or based pub talk?
Hi notac...I checked and Greg coar is NOT related to Robert Coar, so I am sorry if I misled anyone. but just bad information I got from someone else (in a pub yes)...
[quote][p][bold]notac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: Is the aforementioned Greg Coar, Rovers Head of Commercial and Marketing, any relative of Rob Coar, the Rovers titular Chairman?[/p][/quote]I believe Greg is Roberts son..[/p][/quote]Are you sure about that French Rover?? or based pub talk?[/p][/quote]Hi notac...I checked and Greg coar is NOT related to Robert Coar, so I am sorry if I misled anyone. but just bad information I got from someone else (in a pub yes)... French Rover

9:33pm Thu 17 Jan 13

Melblue says...

Nuttall Street wrote:
Is that true that Greg Coar is Rob Coars son? If that is true then "what a talented family!" just imagine all those commercial and marketing people in the UK and it turns out to be Rob Coar's son is the most talented and best qualified to get the job at Rovers! Or is it just that he is a completely useless lump who can't wipe his a@rse without his Dad doing it for him.
On the basis that it isn't true, perhaps an unqualified apology to the Coars is now in order.
[quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: Is that true that Greg Coar is Rob Coars son? If that is true then "what a talented family!" just imagine all those commercial and marketing people in the UK and it turns out to be Rob Coar's son is the most talented and best qualified to get the job at Rovers! Or is it just that he is a completely useless lump who can't wipe his a@rse without his Dad doing it for him.[/p][/quote]On the basis that it isn't true, perhaps an unqualified apology to the Coars is now in order. Melblue

9:43pm Thu 17 Jan 13

blueblooded says...

Melblue wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
Is that true that Greg Coar is Rob Coars son? If that is true then "what a talented family!" just imagine all those commercial and marketing people in the UK and it turns out to be Rob Coar's son is the most talented and best qualified to get the job at Rovers! Or is it just that he is a completely useless lump who can't wipe his a@rse without his Dad doing it for him.
On the basis that it isn't true, perhaps an unqualified apology to the Coars is now in order.
Boom!

Well, that's it then.

Impending administration looms.
[quote][p][bold]Melblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: Is that true that Greg Coar is Rob Coars son? If that is true then "what a talented family!" just imagine all those commercial and marketing people in the UK and it turns out to be Rob Coar's son is the most talented and best qualified to get the job at Rovers! Or is it just that he is a completely useless lump who can't wipe his a@rse without his Dad doing it for him.[/p][/quote]On the basis that it isn't true, perhaps an unqualified apology to the Coars is now in order.[/p][/quote]Boom! Well, that's it then. Impending administration looms. blueblooded

9:55pm Thu 17 Jan 13

Bazzer says...

French Rover wrote:
Bazzer wrote: I do not believe even French Rover can improve on that optimism.
oh yes I can :-) See you at Wembley for a pint - just before the Rovers play in this seasons Play-Off final.... hows that?
I knew I could rely on you. If we do that and go up then I may begin to thaw on the Big Sam fiasco. Especially if the day is as hot as the Leicester match was!
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: I do not believe even French Rover can improve on that optimism.[/p][/quote]oh yes I can :-) See you at Wembley for a pint - just before the Rovers play in this seasons Play-Off final.... hows that?[/p][/quote]I knew I could rely on you. If we do that and go up then I may begin to thaw on the Big Sam fiasco. Especially if the day is as hot as the Leicester match was! Bazzer

10:02pm Thu 17 Jan 13

noddy57 says...

RoverTheHill wrote:
Say Probiz 100 times as fast as you can.... sounds like Anderson!!!

Truthfully, glad we've got a sponsor but I won't be getting it put on my shirt, I always think the shirts look better without a sponsor on the front!
spot on,football shirts of old were much more authentic, just the lancashire rose and art et labore, when you look at some kits today,,its sponsorship gone mad,the football world is held together by sky sports and its many sponsors,,the game is just a greedy buisness,,the sport of football died many years ago when we sold our souls to the devil,,sky sports,
[quote][p][bold]RoverTheHill[/bold] wrote: Say Probiz 100 times as fast as you can.... sounds like Anderson!!! Truthfully, glad we've got a sponsor but I won't be getting it put on my shirt, I always think the shirts look better without a sponsor on the front![/p][/quote]spot on,football shirts of old were much more authentic, just the lancashire rose and art et labore, when you look at some kits today,,its sponsorship gone mad,the football world is held together by sky sports and its many sponsors,,the game is just a greedy buisness,,the sport of football died many years ago when we sold our souls to the devil,,sky sports, noddy57

11:00pm Thu 17 Jan 13

Nuttall Street says...

blueblooded wrote:
Melblue wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
Is that true that Greg Coar is Rob Coars son? If that is true then "what a talented family!" just imagine all those commercial and marketing people in the UK and it turns out to be Rob Coar's son is the most talented and best qualified to get the job at Rovers! Or is it just that he is a completely useless lump who can't wipe his a@rse without his Dad doing it for him.
On the basis that it isn't true, perhaps an unqualified apology to the Coars is now in order.
Boom!

Well, that's it then.

Impending administration looms.
For some funny reason I just can't come around to the view that any apology is owed to the Coar's for suspecting them of self interest in their association with Blackburn Rovers, but I remain open to persuasion so over to you.
[quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: Is that true that Greg Coar is Rob Coars son? If that is true then "what a talented family!" just imagine all those commercial and marketing people in the UK and it turns out to be Rob Coar's son is the most talented and best qualified to get the job at Rovers! Or is it just that he is a completely useless lump who can't wipe his a@rse without his Dad doing it for him.[/p][/quote]On the basis that it isn't true, perhaps an unqualified apology to the Coars is now in order.[/p][/quote]Boom! Well, that's it then. Impending administration looms.[/p][/quote]For some funny reason I just can't come around to the view that any apology is owed to the Coar's for suspecting them of self interest in their association with Blackburn Rovers, but I remain open to persuasion so over to you. Nuttall Street

10:35am Fri 18 Jan 13

French Rover says...

Bazzer wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Bazzer wrote: I do not believe even French Rover can improve on that optimism.
oh yes I can :-) See you at Wembley for a pint - just before the Rovers play in this seasons Play-Off final.... hows that?
I knew I could rely on you. If we do that and go up then I may begin to thaw on the Big Sam fiasco. Especially if the day is as hot as the Leicester match was!
yes it was a day made for 'diving' for sure...
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: I do not believe even French Rover can improve on that optimism.[/p][/quote]oh yes I can :-) See you at Wembley for a pint - just before the Rovers play in this seasons Play-Off final.... hows that?[/p][/quote]I knew I could rely on you. If we do that and go up then I may begin to thaw on the Big Sam fiasco. Especially if the day is as hot as the Leicester match was![/p][/quote]yes it was a day made for 'diving' for sure... French Rover

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