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1 hour ago, Stonesrick said:

Sorry if this is a bit off thread but has anyone knowledge of the latest publication of Mick Jackman's book. I am hoping to purchase a copy but most seem to have been published 2009.

Thanks

2009 is the last edition of the Complete Record.

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1 hour ago, TheRoversReturn said:

Fans used to talk about how Rovers didn't really want to go up, I'm sure you remember that.

We are not that club any longer under Venky's. 

What? We do really want to go up?!!!!  😄

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The next three fixtures are against Stoke, Swansea and Boro.

As we haven't beaten any team above us all season, I cannot see us starting now.

Our season will be over before January is over.

Mowbray has to go.

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Though Mogga is quite apt at keeping a slight fire burning at this stage of the season, and his social media army purring... until the wheels come off prior to the run in.

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10 hours ago, philipl said:

The next three fixtures are against Stoke, Swansea and Boro.

As we haven't beaten any team above us all season, I cannot see us starting now.

Our season will be over before January is over.

Mowbray has to go.

If we do lose the next three games, i expect something along the following from Mowbray:

'A season which started full of promise has been devastated by the impacts of Covid and our injury list.  We are on a journey though and we'll continue to work through the remaining season to improve, strengthen where we need to in the summer and be ready to go again next season'. 

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I thought we looked good at Stoke last month and lost. Since then i think we've looked half the side. I felt with squad we've got we've got to be top 6. To salvage the season i think he's got to go. 

I've entered that Rover Select game and actually put us down not to beat our opponent or score 😪

 

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28 minutes ago, Leonard Venkhater said:

February makes me shiver.

Mowbray's men will not deliver...

Mowbrays men are not rovers players though let’s remember that. They’re a bunch of wet lettuces. Not a man amongst them. It’s pitiful watching them 

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1 hour ago, Mercer said:

If we do lose the next three games, i expect something along the following from Mowbray:

'A season which started full of promise has been devastated by the impacts of Covid and our injury list.  We are on a journey though and we'll continue to work through the remaining season to improve, strengthen where we need to in the summer and be ready to go again next season'. 

Yeah despite having one of the deepest squads in the league (except defense....)

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1 hour ago, simongarnerisgod said:

tony is having a freerole without the fans to critique his underwhelming tactics,as long as we amass a few points against the basket case teams im`e sure he`s happy to meander through another season,avoiding those bullies in the top six

Imagine if there’s some fans back in the stadia come April may. Some of the players wil be in for a rude awakening 

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41 minutes ago, StevenSK said:

Imagine if there’s some fans back in the stadia come April may. Some of the players wil be in for a rude awakening 

it`s the only motivating factor for me to go back to ewood,im`e certaintly not going expecting free flowing attacking football😒

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On 13/01/2021 at 07:40, philipl said:

The next three fixtures are against Stoke, Swansea and Boro.

As we haven't beaten any team above us all season, I cannot see us starting now.

Our season will be over before January is over.

Mowbray has to go.

4 points maximum , more likely 1...

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I actually think the squad is okay, leadership has let us down yet we're only 5 points off the play offs. Stoke is a huge game and 3pts is a must. But I just don't feel it happening. Though there last win was boxing day against us so there not coming into this in any form

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If you ever wanted to know what a poor coach Mowbray is then you only had to watch Fulham last night. Tosin not for the first time this season has looked a far better defender for them in the Premiership than he ever did here in the Championship.

Harrison Reed was outstanding in the centre of midfield yet when Mowbray had him he played him wide on the right because he needed to learn how to play centrally from Evans and Smallwood.

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Just now, arbitro said:

https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/sport/19010601.rovers-youngster-not-answer-yet-insists-mowbray/

Another whopper from Mowbray in the article where he says centre half is a mans job. So he is bringing an 18 year old and has let a 21 year old go out on loan.

I should have known better than to read his twaddle.

 

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12 hours ago, davulsukur said:

The mismanagement of Harrison Reed is a huge black mark against Mowbray for me.

Such a waste of a good player.

he had to learn how to play in the middle from evans and smallwood😊

seriously,he continually sent wharton out on loan because he said he was`nt a man,sends the underused carter out on loan and lo and behold brings in an 18 year old who`s played nine times for carlisle,this smacks of desperation,incompetence and double standards,at least as a defender he can`t nullify him like he`s gradually doing with elliot

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