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  1. But over on facebook they are probably worried about Newcastle coming in for him 🙂
  2. Imagine how crazy it would have been if he was onside and scored from that header towards the end of the game, the perfect ending to the 24 hours fairy tale
  3. The Journey - Update Oct 16 Setting off today running on three spark plugs , luckily the 4th one kicked in just before halfway. Unfortunately the driver saw this as time to pull into the layby and have a picnic. Lid left off the tupperware box so cakes were stale Still not there yet and a long way to go.
  4. Their bloke trying to stay on his feet probably worked against him
  5. If only there was a way of contacting a reputable merch manufacturer/ printer in Chile and sorting a licence out for non kit related stuff, Some time in the future I bet there will be a way of doing this , heard a whisper about a thing called the world wide web and a way you can send letters without a pen and paper
  6. https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/19642347.blackburns-billionaire-issa-brothers-invest-millions-burnley/ Mentions of a couple of developments alongside the M65
  7. Pleasington playing fields where built in 1935 (BWD website) Somebody mentioned earlier in the thread that it was stated in a book it was near the Butlers Arms inn. Looked at some old maps and thought it may have been where the bowling green is, but since found the Bowling green was opened in 1846, but to the side of the Butlers / bowling green there was a big open flat surface , on this map its divided into sections (near the road where houses now are). But there is a map online 1900 or so that shows the two bigger houses not built but land divided and a couple of structures no longer there (club house?). https://www.archiuk.com/cgi-bin/build_nls_historic_map.pl?search_location=, Blackburn, Lancashire&latitude=53.738394&longitude=-2.486610 obviously pure guess work taking into account old maps , lay of the land etc and the old book mentioned in a previous post. Would also make sense having a cricket ground near a pub 🙂 A newspaper article from time mentions that the Preston player that sadly died , was carried into the Butlers Arms
  8. 1882 Tram accident at Ewood Bridge prior to a Rovers v Olympic East Lancs Charity Cup Final https://www.cottontown.org/Transport/Trams/Pages/Accidents.aspx Also on cottontown there is quite a bit on the Ewood Bridge ground prior to Rovers buying it, in the Rovers section. https://www.cottontown.org/Culture and Leisure/Sport/Pages/Blackburn-Rovers.aspx#2
  9. Did you spot any of our players in the first half?
  10. Get in Diaz Gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooaaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
  11. Too much negativeity on this thread, so stats have just been up on Rovers TV and we have had more succesful crosses than Blackpool, onwards and upwards
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