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  1. Blackburn Roverseas previews Bury (a) 18.11.17

    Then we need to use the full backs and wide players to get round the sides and get to the byline and get those centre halves turning to face their goal. We mustn't do what we normally do and have bennett float the balls to the back post, it makes a centre half's life easy.
  2. Blackburn Roverseas previews Bury (a) 18.11.17

    No but sometimes forwards don't want to waste energy if they know the ball isn't coming. I agree he needs more options going forward thats why Dack, Graham and Chapman worked so well against pompey.
  3. Blackburn Roverseas previews Bury (a) 18.11.17

    Or playing further back means he can't pass backwards as often as he does. Sideways is still an option though.
  4. Poll: Mowbray - stick or twist?

    The only person who needs to know this is Mowbray. Even earlier in the week he was bigging Bury up on the radio. He has to realise talking up the oppossition is like he is getting his excuses in first. Bury maybe a decent passing team but they are bottom for a reason.
  5. Transfers Part 3

    If Adam had self belief he'd have been a premiership player by now. Sad to say but a lot of being a top player is to have confidence in your own ability. His lack of self belief allowed him to become a scape goat for other players and fans which lowered his confidence further. If we had a true leader on and off the field to protect him a little maybe he would have fulfilled his potential. It is the one reason why I'm weary of playing any of the young players now because we still have no leader who'll protect them when things go wrong.
  6. Rochdale v Rovers Tuesday 7th Nov.

    and actually compliment each other......but he saw the error of his ways next game and dropped two of them
  7. Rochdale v Rovers Tuesday 7th Nov.

    Against Pompey he had what was needed, forwards that were mobile. He had Chapman with pace, Dack dropping off and Graham who was playng like his old self. Graham also had his best game of the season as well. Coincidence that we fielded three forwards who occupied their defence and each offered something different. Bennett dropped into midfield as well to offer Whittingham protection
  8. Rochdale v Rovers Tuesday 7th Nov.

    Personally if we are going to have a player in that role, I'd use Mulgrew.
  9. Academy & U'21's

    Signed a contract extension last week
  10. Poll: Mowbray - stick or twist?

    So long as no customers from Homebase spike his daily cuppa from the cafe with alcohol he'll be fine. Wonder if Jerome Anderson can use a sun lounger to sleep on so that the young till operators can be tied down to lucrative zero hour contracts?
  11. Would you be happy if Red Bull bought Blackburn Rovers?

    The Black Bull is a great pub......makes great beer. They can do no wrong in my eyes!
  12. Poll: Mowbray - stick or twist?

    Even Steve Kean had a game where nobody called for him to be sacked. Liverpool at home, Man U away.
  13. Poll: Mowbray - stick or twist?

    Even if we stick......things do not get better!!!
  14. Stick with Mogga

    The two things that most teams hate playing against are pace and power. That was potentially what Gestede and King brought you. It would have also give you more options when breaking from defence. Rhodes did bring goals but how many times did we witness Rhodes on the floor and no free kick on the half way line when we were penned in our own half? It is like watching Danny Graham now sad to say, bar his performances against Pompey and Wigan. This is where he someone he could lay the ball off who was running off him.
  15. HARRY CHAPMAN

    If that was the case he'd have give him a proper warm up, not brought him on instantly
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