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FULL TIME: Hull City 2 Blackburn Rovers 0

BLACKBURN Rovers' Championship play-off hopes suffered a big blow after losing 2-0 to high-flyers Hull City tonight.

Second half goals from Egyptian duo Gedo and Ahmed Elmohamady were enough to down a disappointing Rovers and leave them seven points from the top six.

Goalkeeper Jake Kean prevented the damage from being any worse as Steve Bruce's Tigers dominated proceedings for the majority.

To make matters worse midfielder Lee Williamson was stretchered off the field after suffering what looked like a knee injury, with fears he could be facing a spell on the sidelines.

Hull's victory ends Rovers' six-match unbeaten streak and was also the first time a side had scored against them from open play in more than nine hours of football.

Rovers will bid to bounce back in a home clash against Leeds United on Saturday, in a match they know they will need to win to breathe new life into their play-off push.

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10:33pm Tue 19 Feb 13

fanny.tickler. says...

Appleton OUT!
Appleton OUT! fanny.tickler.
  • Score: -21

10:36pm Tue 19 Feb 13

MightyClaret says...

LOL AGENT VOLDEMORT
LOL AGENT VOLDEMORT MightyClaret
  • Score: -12

10:40pm Tue 19 Feb 13

dallydally says...

Too much crowing recently. Its early days yet for Appy. Play offs a big ask now. I don't expect us to make it. My biggest fear is that quality players won't stay and this one chance of a quick return will be lost and we will languish for many a year.
Too much crowing recently. Its early days yet for Appy. Play offs a big ask now. I don't expect us to make it. My biggest fear is that quality players won't stay and this one chance of a quick return will be lost and we will languish for many a year. dallydally
  • Score: 4

10:59pm Tue 19 Feb 13

hasslem hasslem says...

......woodwork squeaks and out come the freaks

dingles emerge blinking into the light - soon to scurry back down their rat-runs
......woodwork squeaks and out come the freaks dingles emerge blinking into the light - soon to scurry back down their rat-runs hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 5

11:06pm Tue 19 Feb 13

bigste says...

Reality!
Reality! bigste
  • Score: 3

11:15pm Tue 19 Feb 13

hasslem hasslem says...

storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw).

let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri
st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order.

be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic
h we would!

let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise.

for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.
storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw). let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order. be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic h we would! let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise. for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 13

11:32pm Tue 19 Feb 13

Dukes says...

A few weeks ago we were nervously looking over our shoulder at the relegation places, personally think a finish just outside the play offs would be good considering, in the play offs would be fantastic.


Appleton has done OK, but if we fail this season, would he be backed or sacked.
A few weeks ago we were nervously looking over our shoulder at the relegation places, personally think a finish just outside the play offs would be good considering, in the play offs would be fantastic. Appleton has done OK, but if we fail this season, would he be backed or sacked. Dukes
  • Score: 1

11:39pm Tue 19 Feb 13

bluerob says...

Not knocking MA in any way, he has done a great job since he arrived.

But from what I have seen and heard over the last few games we are badly missing some creativity, I fear the decision to let Rochina go will turn out to be a big mistake.
Not knocking MA in any way, he has done a great job since he arrived. But from what I have seen and heard over the last few games we are badly missing some creativity, I fear the decision to let Rochina go will turn out to be a big mistake. bluerob
  • Score: 0

11:47pm Tue 19 Feb 13

Iiii1111 says...

Only as good as your last game;-)
Only as good as your last game;-) Iiii1111
  • Score: -3

11:49pm Tue 19 Feb 13

Iiii1111 says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw).

let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri

st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order.

be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic

h we would!

let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise.

for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.
Nah, you're just unpopular.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw). let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order. be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic h we would! let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise. for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.[/p][/quote]Nah, you're just unpopular. Iiii1111
  • Score: -7

11:56pm Tue 19 Feb 13

hasslem hasslem says...

Iiii1111 wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw).

let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri


st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order.

be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic


h we would!

let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise.

for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.
Nah, you're just unpopular.
i may be unpopular - but i can change my tone and rationale - you however, will always be ugly!!!
[quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw). let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order. be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic h we would! let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise. for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.[/p][/quote]Nah, you're just unpopular.[/p][/quote]i may be unpopular - but i can change my tone and rationale - you however, will always be ugly!!! hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -3

12:14am Wed 20 Feb 13

Iiii1111 says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Iiii1111 wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw).

let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri



st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order.

be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic



h we would!

let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise.

for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.
Nah, you're just unpopular.
i may be unpopular - but i can change my tone and rationale - you however, will always be ugly!!!
And now you're aranpdoi
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw). let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order. be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic h we would! let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise. for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.[/p][/quote]Nah, you're just unpopular.[/p][/quote]i may be unpopular - but i can change my tone and rationale - you however, will always be ugly!!![/p][/quote]And now you're aranpdoi Iiii1111
  • Score: 0

12:23am Wed 20 Feb 13

hasslem hasslem says...

Iiii1111 wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Iiii1111 wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw).

let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri




st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order.

be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic




h we would!

let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise.

for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.
Nah, you're just unpopular.
i may be unpopular - but i can change my tone and rationale - you however, will always be ugly!!!
And now you're aranpdoi
aranpdoi ????

ugly and stupid.......are you a long time departed contributor in disguise?

never heard of aranpdoi - is it a peruvian/scottish cable knit jumper?
[quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw). let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order. be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic h we would! let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise. for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.[/p][/quote]Nah, you're just unpopular.[/p][/quote]i may be unpopular - but i can change my tone and rationale - you however, will always be ugly!!![/p][/quote]And now you're aranpdoi[/p][/quote]aranpdoi ???? ugly and stupid.......are you a long time departed contributor in disguise? never heard of aranpdoi - is it a peruvian/scottish cable knit jumper? hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 0

1:05am Wed 20 Feb 13

100%ROVERS says...

TONIGHTS MATCH REPORT ...

Jake Kean & Grant Hanley & Jordan Rhodes - you were the only players to put a shift in tonight .. great saves & tackles again & good effort...

Orr & Dann - you were very very poor .. Hull are a quick passing side (Quinn was v impressive) but we need you to step up or leave our club ..
Preferably the latter ...

Murphy - where was your energy & running tonight (i think you left it at Craven Cottage) .. You need to be setting the example as senior pro .. Fewer interviews & more fitness work please ..

Rekik - You are v v poor .. Keep playing like that and you will go the way of Sebastian Pelzer / Bruno Ribero / Shabani Nonda / etc

Rhodes - Hard working & led the line well ...We still need to work out how to get the best out of your talent (not constant long balls to his head - Danny)

Williamson - anonymous tonight. I fear this may be the last time we see you in the first team after your injury son ....

DJ Campbell - The Hull fans got under your skin & you looked abject tonight .. You need to be doing better to earn that extra £9k a week ("call it lunch money")
.. Get your head up / start chasing the ball down / running into channels / etc

Kazim - You know it was a cheap yellow card to give away .. Still one of our most talented players but you need to be on the pitch ...

Summary - we were well beaten by a quick passing side who can finish & work hard for each other .. but they have no star names !!!!

We need more effort & commitment on Saturday Appy !!!
TONIGHTS MATCH REPORT ... Jake Kean & Grant Hanley & Jordan Rhodes - you were the only players to put a shift in tonight .. great saves & tackles again & good effort... Orr & Dann - you were very very poor .. Hull are a quick passing side (Quinn was v impressive) but we need you to step up or leave our club .. Preferably the latter ... Murphy - where was your energy & running tonight (i think you left it at Craven Cottage) .. You need to be setting the example as senior pro .. Fewer interviews & more fitness work please .. Rekik - You are v v poor .. Keep playing like that and you will go the way of Sebastian Pelzer / Bruno Ribero / Shabani Nonda / etc Rhodes - Hard working & led the line well ...We still need to work out how to get the best out of your talent (not constant long balls to his head - Danny) Williamson - anonymous tonight. I fear this may be the last time we see you in the first team after your injury son .... DJ Campbell - The Hull fans got under your skin & you looked abject tonight .. You need to be doing better to earn that extra £9k a week ("call it lunch money") .. Get your head up / start chasing the ball down / running into channels / etc Kazim - You know it was a cheap yellow card to give away .. Still one of our most talented players but you need to be on the pitch ... Summary - we were well beaten by a quick passing side who can finish & work hard for each other .. but they have no star names !!!! We need more effort & commitment on Saturday Appy !!! 100%ROVERS
  • Score: 2

7:15am Wed 20 Feb 13

intothevalley says...

Last night was just one bad result . Playoffs still there . A big ask but not impossible .
Last night was just one bad result . Playoffs still there . A big ask but not impossible . intothevalley
  • Score: 4

8:00am Wed 20 Feb 13

steralc says...

Normal service resumed
Well done Applecart
Normal service resumed Well done Applecart steralc
  • Score: -7

8:00am Wed 20 Feb 13

owd nick says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw).

let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri

st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order.

be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic

h we would!

let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise.

for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.
I agree, the club simply isn't stable enough to survive in the PL and if by some miracle we did make it Venky's would have to fork out somewhere on the region of £50 million

And if we didn't hit the ground running the boo boys would be back in force.

A top 10 finish for me, give Appy a chance to build a decent squad for next season, then go for it.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw). let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order. be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic h we would! let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise. for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.[/p][/quote]I agree, the club simply isn't stable enough to survive in the PL and if by some miracle we did make it Venky's would have to fork out somewhere on the region of £50 million And if we didn't hit the ground running the boo boys would be back in force. A top 10 finish for me, give Appy a chance to build a decent squad for next season, then go for it. owd nick
  • Score: 4

8:01am Wed 20 Feb 13

intothevalley says...

And if another season in championship happens , well another season in a league where we can actually beat most of the teams and not paying very high admission prices wouldnt be too bad
And if another season in championship happens , well another season in a league where we can actually beat most of the teams and not paying very high admission prices wouldnt be too bad intothevalley
  • Score: 2

8:02am Wed 20 Feb 13

A Darener says...

Can't win em all!
DB seemed to get a few good crosses in after he came on. Perhaps after a few games together the team will gel and then get back on track.
Can't win em all! DB seemed to get a few good crosses in after he came on. Perhaps after a few games together the team will gel and then get back on track. A Darener
  • Score: 1

8:27am Wed 20 Feb 13

Iiii1111 says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Iiii1111 wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
Iiii1111 wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw).

let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri





st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order.

be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic





h we would!

let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise.

for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.
Nah, you're just unpopular.
i may be unpopular - but i can change my tone and rationale - you however, will always be ugly!!!
And now you're aranpdoi
aranpdoi ????

ugly and stupid.......are you a long time departed contributor in disguise?

never heard of aranpdoi - is it a peruvian/scottish cable knit jumper?
R u pulling my plonker, it's an anagram......clue?..
.it's not Appy;-)
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw). let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order. be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic h we would! let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise. for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.[/p][/quote]Nah, you're just unpopular.[/p][/quote]i may be unpopular - but i can change my tone and rationale - you however, will always be ugly!!![/p][/quote]And now you're aranpdoi[/p][/quote]aranpdoi ???? ugly and stupid.......are you a long time departed contributor in disguise? never heard of aranpdoi - is it a peruvian/scottish cable knit jumper?[/p][/quote]R u pulling my plonker, it's an anagram......clue?.. .it's not Appy;-) Iiii1111
  • Score: 0

9:13am Wed 20 Feb 13

Harwoodstblue says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw).

let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri

st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order.

be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic

h we would!

let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise.

for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.
My thoughts entirely. What would be the point of going up this season only to do a Burnley next? Appleton needs more time to build a strong team / squad which will hack it in the Prem if we do go up.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw). let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order. be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic h we would! let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise. for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.[/p][/quote]My thoughts entirely. What would be the point of going up this season only to do a Burnley next? Appleton needs more time to build a strong team / squad which will hack it in the Prem if we do go up. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

10:04am Wed 20 Feb 13

bronsky says...

Normal service, just keep giving us a good laugh for the rest of the season and sink to the depths were you belong.
Normal service, just keep giving us a good laugh for the rest of the season and sink to the depths were you belong. bronsky
  • Score: 0

10:10am Wed 20 Feb 13

Harwoodstblue says...

bronsky wrote:
Normal service, just keep giving us a good laugh for the rest of the season and sink to the depths were you belong.
Well the last thing we want to do is go up this season only to come back down next. Like that little team up the road who made right fools of themselves a couple of years ago.
[quote][p][bold]bronsky[/bold] wrote: Normal service, just keep giving us a good laugh for the rest of the season and sink to the depths were you belong.[/p][/quote]Well the last thing we want to do is go up this season only to come back down next. Like that little team up the road who made right fools of themselves a couple of years ago. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

10:20am Wed 20 Feb 13

dangerous dave says...

So much for Dann and Orrs comments they never learn to keep their mouths shut!!
Listened to Kevin Gallagher last night he said the only positive thing to come out of the match was how on earth Rhodes had scored 20 this season with no service what so ever from the rest of the players. He also said the back 4 were all over the place with Hull leading them a merry dance and as for Murphy - terrible (why the hell we play this chump I will never know) He said nothing positive for him on this performance it was dire!!!!!
Yes against the teams that matter in this league if we are to get promoted we have to perform on the field instead of mouthing it off in the newspaper. Sorry Appleton you got it totally wrong last night.
OUT WITH THE LOT OF THEM
So much for Dann and Orrs comments they never learn to keep their mouths shut!! Listened to Kevin Gallagher last night he said the only positive thing to come out of the match was how on earth Rhodes had scored 20 this season with no service what so ever from the rest of the players. He also said the back 4 were all over the place with Hull leading them a merry dance and as for Murphy - terrible (why the hell we play this chump I will never know) He said nothing positive for him on this performance it was dire!!!!! Yes against the teams that matter in this league if we are to get promoted we have to perform on the field instead of mouthing it off in the newspaper. Sorry Appleton you got it totally wrong last night. OUT WITH THE LOT OF THEM dangerous dave
  • Score: 1

10:23am Wed 20 Feb 13

jaysay says...

MightyClaret wrote:
LOL AGENT VOLDEMORT
how's Sean of the sheep doing down the turd nob head
[quote][p][bold]MightyClaret[/bold] wrote: LOL AGENT VOLDEMORT[/p][/quote]how's Sean of the sheep doing down the turd nob head jaysay
  • Score: 0

10:28am Wed 20 Feb 13

oreilly21 says...

This month was always going to be difficult and are going to lose some matches. however if we are serious of at least competing for the playoffs we need to start beating teams ahead of us in the league.
Centre midfield is an area that needs improvement asap!
This month was always going to be difficult and are going to lose some matches. however if we are serious of at least competing for the playoffs we need to start beating teams ahead of us in the league. Centre midfield is an area that needs improvement asap! oreilly21
  • Score: 0

10:46am Wed 20 Feb 13

A Darener says...

Well it didn't take long fo the moaners and Dingles to come out of the woodwork. Think back twelve months or less and look how far we have come. A slight setback but not one we cannot overcome. Roll on Saturday, then they can get back on track.
Well it didn't take long fo the moaners and Dingles to come out of the woodwork. Think back twelve months or less and look how far we have come. A slight setback but not one we cannot overcome. Roll on Saturday, then they can get back on track. A Darener
  • Score: 0

10:54am Wed 20 Feb 13

alfa111 says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw).

let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri

st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order.

be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic

h we would!

let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise.

for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.
Spot on fella, lets get back to reality the play off places were always a long shot anyway,never on for me .Appy has done the most important thing in stopping the rot within the club and team.We could have been scrapping for survival in the championship until M.A came on board..
A semi final place is still possible though and staying in the champs above middle table will be some achievement considering the utter shambles BRFC have been put in by venkys.Next season would be more realistic for promotion.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw). let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order. be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic h we would! let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise. for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.[/p][/quote]Spot on fella, lets get back to reality the play off places were always a long shot anyway,never on for me .Appy has done the most important thing in stopping the rot within the club and team.We could have been scrapping for survival in the championship until M.A came on board.. A semi final place is still possible though and staying in the champs above middle table will be some achievement considering the utter shambles BRFC have been put in by venkys.Next season would be more realistic for promotion. alfa111
  • Score: 2

12:50pm Wed 20 Feb 13

noddy57 says...

one bad defeat under batfink does not make or break our season,,but the manner of it does concern me,,one word,,inept,,need to bounce right back at ewood saturday,,anything other than 3 points is no good whatsoever,,
one bad defeat under batfink does not make or break our season,,but the manner of it does concern me,,one word,,inept,,need to bounce right back at ewood saturday,,anything other than 3 points is no good whatsoever,, noddy57
  • Score: 0

12:55pm Wed 20 Feb 13

Wild Rover says...

Agree with most of the sensible comments on here, especially HH,s assessment
We cant and wont win em all so its Keep Calm time
As for Dangerous Dingle Dave and his entourage they were just waiting for us to slip up so they could wind up any biters.
Funny how the Dingles slag us off , remind us where you are in the league? If we are crap then so are you but you have been so for sooo much longer and with us it is temporaryj
Agree with most of the sensible comments on here, especially HH,s assessment We cant and wont win em all so its Keep Calm time As for Dangerous Dingle Dave and his entourage they were just waiting for us to slip up so they could wind up any biters. Funny how the Dingles slag us off , remind us where you are in the league? If we are crap then so are you but you have been so for sooo much longer and with us it is temporaryj Wild Rover
  • Score: 0

1:39pm Wed 20 Feb 13

srvp28 says...

100%ROVERS wrote:
TONIGHTS MATCH REPORT ... Jake Kean & Grant Hanley & Jordan Rhodes - you were the only players to put a shift in tonight .. great saves & tackles again & good effort... Orr & Dann - you were very very poor .. Hull are a quick passing side (Quinn was v impressive) but we need you to step up or leave our club .. Preferably the latter ... Murphy - where was your energy & running tonight (i think you left it at Craven Cottage) .. You need to be setting the example as senior pro .. Fewer interviews & more fitness work please .. Rekik - You are v v poor .. Keep playing like that and you will go the way of Sebastian Pelzer / Bruno Ribero / Shabani Nonda / etc Rhodes - Hard working & led the line well ...We still need to work out how to get the best out of your talent (not constant long balls to his head - Danny) Williamson - anonymous tonight. I fear this may be the last time we see you in the first team after your injury son .... DJ Campbell - The Hull fans got under your skin & you looked abject tonight .. You need to be doing better to earn that extra £9k a week ("call it lunch money") .. Get your head up / start chasing the ball down / running into channels / etc Kazim - You know it was a cheap yellow card to give away .. Still one of our most talented players but you need to be on the pitch ... Summary - we were well beaten by a quick passing side who can finish & work hard for each other .. but they have no star names !!!! We need more effort & commitment on Saturday Appy !!!
I'm guessing you either didn't go to the game or, you did go but didn't actually watch it, just sat there writing the first draught of your post which is obviously made up of misconceptions and a large dose of 'chip on your shoulder'.

Appleton has set the team out pretty much the same way every time - defend well and hit them on the counter-attack. Unfortunately, it didn't work last night but it wasn't due to individual errors, it was down to Hull having a better game plan than us. They bombarded us for the whole of the second half and the boys did well to only concede two goals - one of which was pretty much unstoppable even if you had Manchester United's defence. It's obvious to everyone, even Appleton after last night's showing, that we can't always sit back and invite the other team into our half and hope to nick a goal on the break. We need to be more aggressive but, unless we're able to bring a few more players in, we just haven't got the quality in midfield to drive forward.

My alternative view to your assessment of the players is as follows:

Kean - outstanding, again.

Orr, Dann, Hanley, Ollson - relatively solid as a unit, always at risk of conceding when put under so much pressure. Obvious signs of fatigue as they were the busiest players at the Emirate's on Saturday.

Williamson - tried to create chances but, too often, found himself crowded out.
Lowe - ran around a lot, made a few important blocks in defence but isn't an attacking threat.
Murphy - seemed happy to let Lowe do all the legwork, anonymous for large parts of the game.
Rekik - first game, didn't set the game alight but did show some promise despite being played out of position.

Kazim-Richards - drifted in and out of the game, created few chances, showed his petulant side, again, when booked.
Rhodes - didn't see much of the ball, again.

Campbell - looked to be trying too hard thus ignoring the easy option, squandered an easy chance. Very Rochina-esque.
Bentley - not match fit yet, final ball and dead ball didn't threaten.

At the end of the day we lost, away, to a very good Hull team who are fighting for an automatic promotion place. We can't win them all.
[quote][p][bold]100%ROVERS[/bold] wrote: TONIGHTS MATCH REPORT ... Jake Kean & Grant Hanley & Jordan Rhodes - you were the only players to put a shift in tonight .. great saves & tackles again & good effort... Orr & Dann - you were very very poor .. Hull are a quick passing side (Quinn was v impressive) but we need you to step up or leave our club .. Preferably the latter ... Murphy - where was your energy & running tonight (i think you left it at Craven Cottage) .. You need to be setting the example as senior pro .. Fewer interviews & more fitness work please .. Rekik - You are v v poor .. Keep playing like that and you will go the way of Sebastian Pelzer / Bruno Ribero / Shabani Nonda / etc Rhodes - Hard working & led the line well ...We still need to work out how to get the best out of your talent (not constant long balls to his head - Danny) Williamson - anonymous tonight. I fear this may be the last time we see you in the first team after your injury son .... DJ Campbell - The Hull fans got under your skin & you looked abject tonight .. You need to be doing better to earn that extra £9k a week ("call it lunch money") .. Get your head up / start chasing the ball down / running into channels / etc Kazim - You know it was a cheap yellow card to give away .. Still one of our most talented players but you need to be on the pitch ... Summary - we were well beaten by a quick passing side who can finish & work hard for each other .. but they have no star names !!!! We need more effort & commitment on Saturday Appy !!![/p][/quote]I'm guessing you either didn't go to the game or, you did go but didn't actually watch it, just sat there writing the first draught of your post which is obviously made up of misconceptions and a large dose of 'chip on your shoulder'. Appleton has set the team out pretty much the same way every time - defend well and hit them on the counter-attack. Unfortunately, it didn't work last night but it wasn't due to individual errors, it was down to Hull having a better game plan than us. They bombarded us for the whole of the second half and the boys did well to only concede two goals - one of which was pretty much unstoppable even if you had Manchester United's defence. It's obvious to everyone, even Appleton after last night's showing, that we can't always sit back and invite the other team into our half and hope to nick a goal on the break. We need to be more aggressive but, unless we're able to bring a few more players in, we just haven't got the quality in midfield to drive forward. My alternative view to your assessment of the players is as follows: Kean - outstanding, again. Orr, Dann, Hanley, Ollson - relatively solid as a unit, always at risk of conceding when put under so much pressure. Obvious signs of fatigue as they were the busiest players at the Emirate's on Saturday. Williamson - tried to create chances but, too often, found himself crowded out. Lowe - ran around a lot, made a few important blocks in defence but isn't an attacking threat. Murphy - seemed happy to let Lowe do all the legwork, anonymous for large parts of the game. Rekik - first game, didn't set the game alight but did show some promise despite being played out of position. Kazim-Richards - drifted in and out of the game, created few chances, showed his petulant side, again, when booked. Rhodes - didn't see much of the ball, again. Campbell - looked to be trying too hard thus ignoring the easy option, squandered an easy chance. Very Rochina-esque. Bentley - not match fit yet, final ball and dead ball didn't threaten. At the end of the day we lost, away, to a very good Hull team who are fighting for an automatic promotion place. We can't win them all. srvp28
  • Score: 4

2:36pm Wed 20 Feb 13

bburnrover says...

Hi The lad at Villa Stephen Ireland not wanted at Villa not training with first team ideal for a loan transfer here he can play decent balls through to our front men.What do you reckon is he worth a punt?
Hi The lad at Villa Stephen Ireland not wanted at Villa not training with first team ideal for a loan transfer here he can play decent balls through to our front men.What do you reckon is he worth a punt? bburnrover
  • Score: 3

4:24pm Wed 20 Feb 13

merlinrabbit says...

There's not a lot you can predict in life but you can always bet on Burnley fans to show their character. Not a spit from them for weeks and then first post after rovers are beat
There's not a lot you can predict in life but you can always bet on Burnley fans to show their character. Not a spit from them for weeks and then first post after rovers are beat merlinrabbit
  • Score: 0

9:13pm Wed 20 Feb 13

French Rover says...

alfa111 wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw).

let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri


st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order.

be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic


h we would!

let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise.

for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.
Spot on fella, lets get back to reality the play off places were always a long shot anyway,never on for me .Appy has done the most important thing in stopping the rot within the club and team.We could have been scrapping for survival in the championship until M.A came on board..
A semi final place is still possible though and staying in the champs above middle table will be some achievement considering the utter shambles BRFC have been put in by venkys.Next season would be more realistic for promotion.
Don't agree old un....we have a decent enough side and enough experience in the squad to make the play-offs and that should be the minimum expectation. I don't think we are good enough yet to actually win promotion - but it will be a disappointing season if we don't make the top six whatever we do in the cup. A middle of table finish would be a disgrace.
[quote][p][bold]alfa111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw). let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order. be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic h we would! let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise. for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.[/p][/quote]Spot on fella, lets get back to reality the play off places were always a long shot anyway,never on for me .Appy has done the most important thing in stopping the rot within the club and team.We could have been scrapping for survival in the championship until M.A came on board.. A semi final place is still possible though and staying in the champs above middle table will be some achievement considering the utter shambles BRFC have been put in by venkys.Next season would be more realistic for promotion.[/p][/quote]Don't agree old un....we have a decent enough side and enough experience in the squad to make the play-offs and that should be the minimum expectation. I don't think we are good enough yet to actually win promotion - but it will be a disappointing season if we don't make the top six whatever we do in the cup. A middle of table finish would be a disgrace. French Rover
  • Score: 0

9:18pm Wed 20 Feb 13

French Rover says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw).

let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri

st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order.

be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic

h we would!

let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise.

for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.
Why the constant link with drink when you give me a name check Hass? You may think u know me but obviously don't and should not make assumptions about me especially false ones. I like a lot of your posts andcsenae of humour but found this one a bit too personal and weird?
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: storm the reality asylum! - this fixture had always loomed long on the horizon (as did brighton last week, which we got a hard earned draw). let's get a bit of perspective on the (forthcoming) doom-mongers. no sensible rovers fan (french rover excepted - as his pauillac addled brain allows a little lenience) thought that the progress under 'appy meant we could right off the last two years...........chri st, we got done by a team well in front of us in the current pecking order. be honest - - even with appleton we all know that a strong finish to the season and missing out on promotion is the best possible option, who wants to see a derby/sheff utd etc premiership performance in the prem next season.......i know i will be unpopular in my assessment - but who gives a monkey's chuff about getting stuffed next season in the premiership?....whic h we would! let's have a real go next season with appleton and his own team --- he is trying his darnest with one hand tied behind his back.....if it means we lose a few players, then so be it. i would much prefer to give it a real go next season.......you never know - tonight's result may be a blessing in disguise. for me - a successful season this season is quite simple - kean gone! a brilliant season would be some of the other clowns also gone.....but i will settle for a successful season.[/p][/quote]Why the constant link with drink when you give me a name check Hass? You may think u know me but obviously don't and should not make assumptions about me especially false ones. I like a lot of your posts andcsenae of humour but found this one a bit too personal and weird? French Rover
  • Score: 0

12:34am Thu 21 Feb 13

Donmac46 says...

It was always likely to be a defeat at Hull, as they have been going great guns for quite a while now, and we have only started to get some momentum of late. Use this defeat to realise where we are at now, and let it spur us on, to have a red hot go against all the other teams who are above us, and slaughter the teams who are below us. Thats what we need to show the rovers fighting ability, if we can't knock you off this season, you had better watch out next season, because we will be coming back bigger and better than ever.
It was always likely to be a defeat at Hull, as they have been going great guns for quite a while now, and we have only started to get some momentum of late. Use this defeat to realise where we are at now, and let it spur us on, to have a red hot go against all the other teams who are above us, and slaughter the teams who are below us. Thats what we need to show the rovers fighting ability, if we can't knock you off this season, you had better watch out next season, because we will be coming back bigger and better than ever. Donmac46
  • Score: 0

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