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1 hour ago, RevidgeBlue said:

Think he is, but he hasn't exactly been on the money with much Rovers related stuff in recent years has he?

Note to self: I need to stop this, I'm descending into wishful thinking 🤔

Rev it's the hope that kills you. Drink more, think less 😂

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I'd take Nixons comments to mean he's not heard owt and Mowbray will only leave if he suddenly decides too.

Nothing in it imo, as you were, the signs and noises are crystal clear he isn't being pushed and is settling in for another grind.

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I totally get it as we all know that Mowbray needs to go and we want some hope but clinging onto the perceived ambiguity of a tweet of a commonly criticised journalist who was saying that the managers job is safe is sadly beyond clutching at straws and only setting us up for disappointment.

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Personally choosing to believe that Mowbray will be gone in a few weeks (delayed by Covid concerns in India pushing Rovers down Venkys priority list) and a new manager is waiting for the mutual consent announcement to spring into action.

Hopefully one of Wilder, Howe or Ainsworth, but would equally love a proper back to basics dinosaur like Hughesy (as long as it ain't bloody Pulis).

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11 hours ago, tina said:

Bloody hell Ulrich. I'm a teacher and steal eggs all the time. Those hens get upset though

But that's like robbing a child from it's mother 🐓🐣 not even I'm that brutal hehe.

2 hours ago, Paul Mani said:

 

 

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2 hours ago, Mike E said:

Personally choosing to believe that Mowbray will be gone in a few weeks (delayed by Covid concerns in India pushing Rovers down Venkys priority list) and a new manager is waiting for the mutual consent announcement to spring into action.

Hopefully one of Wilder, Howe or Ainsworth, but would equally love a proper back to basics dinosaur like Hughesy (as long as it ain't bloody Pulis).

Hughes isn't a dinosaur. He was on the bleeding edge when he managed us. 

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2 hours ago, Mike E said:

Personally choosing to believe that Mowbray will be gone in a few weeks (delayed by Covid concerns in India pushing Rovers down Venkys priority list) and a new manager is waiting for the mutual consent announcement to spring into action.

Hopefully one of Wilder, Howe or Ainsworth, but would equally love a proper back to basics dinosaur like Hughesy (as long as it ain't bloody Pulis).

Mike Mike Mike....dont do this to yourself 

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3 hours ago, Mike E said:

Personally choosing to believe that Mowbray will be gone in a few weeks (delayed by Covid concerns in India pushing Rovers down Venkys priority list) and a new manager is waiting for the mutual consent announcement to spring into action.

Hopefully one of Wilder, Howe or Ainsworth, but would equally love a proper back to basics dinosaur like Hughesy (as long as it ain't bloody Pulis).

Why on earth do you believe that?

He's defo staying.

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8 minutes ago, joey_big_nose said:

Why on earth do you believe that?

He's defo staying.

Because if I choose to believe he's staying I'll start losing interest in the club.

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Mowbray is going nowhere - either personally in terms of leaving Rovers or making a difference to the Club's status next season where survival in the Championship will be a miracle

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6 minutes ago, rigger said:

I think Mowbray will...................zzzzzzzzzz

He will, in the dugout from about mid October to mid March.  Signs of life either side of that as usual.

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18 hours ago, Mike E said:

Personally choosing to believe that Mowbray will be gone in a few weeks (delayed by Covid concerns in India pushing Rovers down Venkys priority list) and a new manager is waiting for the mutual consent announcement to spring into action.

Hopefully one of Wilder, Howe or Ainsworth, but would equally love a proper back to basics dinosaur like Hughesy (as long as it ain't bloody Pulis).

Mike's happy place!

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Anybody else check this forum/twitter/ let a hundred times a day hoping for positive news. The thought of watching the slow ineffective boring football we witnessed 2nd half of last season fills me with dread. Was hoping by the time I took the kids back to Ewood that they wouldn't be traumatized and bored half to death. Sadly it's looking like Bulletproof Tony and the cronies will be here until the end.

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1 hour ago, Bluerover78 said:

Anybody else check this forum/twitter/ let a hundred times a day hoping for positive news. The thought of watching the slow ineffective boring football we witnessed 2nd half of last season fills me with dread. Was hoping by the time I took the kids back to Ewood that they wouldn't be traumatized and bored half to death. Sadly it's looking like Bulletproof Tony and the cronies will be here until the end.

We haven’t had much positive news as a Rovers fans over the last 10 years.

I wouldnt be getting your hopes up.

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22 hours ago, Mike E said:

Personally choosing to believe that Mowbray will be gone in a few weeks (delayed by Covid concerns in India pushing Rovers down Venkys priority list) and a new manager is waiting for the mutual consent announcement to spring into action.

Hopefully one of Wilder, Howe or Ainsworth, but would equally love a proper back to basics dinosaur like Hughesy (as long as it ain't bloody Pulis).

Like me you're full of hope. Rovers close season is exactly that and those making decisions are on the beach.

Howe won't come north.

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3 hours ago, Bluerover78 said:

Anybody else check this forum/twitter/ let a hundred times a day hoping for positive news. The thought of watching the slow ineffective boring football we witnessed 2nd half of last season fills me with dread. Was hoping by the time I took the kids back to Ewood that they wouldn't be traumatized and bored half to death. Sadly it's looking like Bulletproof Tony and the cronies will be here until the end.

Nope

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3 hours ago, Bluerover78 said:

Anybody else check this forum/twitter/ let a hundred times a day hoping for positive news. The thought of watching the slow ineffective boring football we witnessed 2nd half of last season fills me with dread. Was hoping by the time I took the kids back to Ewood that they wouldn't be traumatized and bored half to death. Sadly it's looking like Bulletproof Tony and the cronies will be here until the end.

Would have done that for Kean. I wouldn't recommend it 😂 definetely not in this instance 

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Optimists, get over it. It's getting embarrassing the way some of you are trying to decipher some shitty tweets. It's over...he'd have gone by now if he was leaving. We all know it deep down. Mowbray's here next season. You know it, I know it, we all know it. Twas ever thus. Don't torture yourselves. 

Oh...and do you know how many ITK posters there are on BRFCS.com? Nada. Zero. Zilch.

Why? Because Venky's Rovers ain't a normal club and never has been...

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