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    Leeds at Home 4.7.20

    One of the most telling stats yesterday was 2 crosses in 90 minutes, none of them successful. Then you watch the nostalgia threads and see the supply coming from Sellars, Brotherston, Ripley and Wilcox etc. What a contrast!
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    Wigan Administration

    The human race has never taken heed of history. If it had wars would have ended centuries ago.
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    Barnsley v Rovers

    I think Mowbray is wrong Tony. It was analysed in depth for 3 or 4 minutes by Chris Kamara and Geoff Stelling on Sky, there was nothing to prove he did anything other than a petulant foul, fully deserving of a yellow. It was also pointed out that it was Tony Harrington who missed the blatant elbow at Leeds on Saturday, and the question was asked if that may have influenced his decision.
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    Barnsley v Rovers

    Agree with you re Hilton however, the same argument applied to Walton before Bristol. At the same time we all know Walton always has a howler lurking in him
  5. Watched it in a bar in Salou packed with Barca fans who tolerated me with remarkable good humour
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    And hardly any sideways/backward passes.
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    BRFCS TV - 1993/4

    Me too! Then we went down to Ewood expecting to win, now we go hoping to win.
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    98/99 Relegation?

    I remember thinking at the time and the clip confirms it. The linesman seems to flag vigorously for a free kick to Rovers and the referee restarted with a throw to Chelsea
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    Fútbol, Le Foot, Voetbal, ποδόσφαιρο

    BROSC? (Blackburn Rovers Overseas Supporters Club)
  10. I’ll always maintain that was the biggest factor in Rovers relegation. He had recently signed a new contract but thanked Jack by insisting on a move to Rangers. “ So that his children could be nearer their grandparents”. After around 20 games he was off to Coventry. Jack allegedly said he would never again be welcome at the club.
  11. We were sat in the front row of the stand and it was scary watching the crowd packed in below us. There was a dad standing just below, with his very young son on his shoulders. I was able to reach over for the dad to pass the boy up, where he was able to stand safely in front of us for the full match. I can say there was a very relieved father taking his son back at the end of the game. There must have been a high proportion of Rovers fans there, because the rest of the ground seemed half empty
  12. Couldn’t agree more, it was still hurting when on holiday in July
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    Friend in Need

    Excellent update, wishing you and everyone else in this awful situation every best wish for a full recovery
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    The Best Goal You Ever Saw A Rovers Player Score

    I know this is age related, but anyone fortunate enough to have seen it could only agree and endorse everything Tyrone had to say about the Douglas goal. Also re the attendance. That match was the radio commentary game which, back then, was not allowed to be announced in advance. Someone had slipped up during the morning and had said on air which game would be broadcast. Rovers supported by the Football League claimed that had a detrimental effect on the attendance
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    Top Captains

    Clayton without a shadow of doubt, don’t think I agree re Sherwood

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