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dingles staying down 4ever

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  1. I actually quite like the blue but agree I prefer darker. Dont like black Sponsership as it draws the eye to the sponsor rather than to the kit. I wish the Princes Trust kits to be removed as they do not belong to our Rovers but to the Dark Lord's Rovers!
  2. Cant believe the Riberio promotion shirt of 91/92 is in the awful. For the start of the great era of the Uncle Jack it has to be higher especially when the Bruised banana 3rd kit that was worn once or even the Umbro Sunday Football stock with a Rovers badge stuck on it higher are in the average.
  3. As soon as the likes of Mike Newell wouldnt sign for him, McKay's days were numbered. Out of the three big money signings that close season ony Speedie could be considered as a marque signing, Munro and Agnew IMO weren't big enough for Uncle Jack at the time. Mackay didn't last long enough for their poor fitness record to be considered in the sacking decision, although Agnew signing already injured probably didn't help.
  4. https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/news/what-harvey-elliott-and-liverpool-loanees-have-said-about-their-future-as-club-face-transfer-dilemma/ar-BB1f3bXF?ocid=mailsignout
  5. Yes I can see and agree that it could upset some but that detracts from their argument. You calling that out rather than arguing the facts that need debating only detracts from yours
  6. I agree that there does appear to be a more negative spin on here at present especially compared to other social media. But I ask does having a go at 'public school' types offer a balance? Personally I think it detracts from the counter argument. I would love some of the positive club supporters to be on here to give a proper counter argument so we can have a more balanced debate which could unite the fanbase. It is only then can the fans be able to drive change at our beloved club.
  7. I genuinely believe the only way we can get crowds returning is winning games. How is that attainable without a complete change from within the club? It reminds me of the 80s when Mackay took over. He saw that the club was dyeing and tried to change the mentality of the club. He saw that the club need a more positive media image but fundamentally the club needed to win games. He went out and sold the club locally, he signed Archibald and club went on a long unbeaten run. Crowds returned. Fast forward to today, the club only deals with a negative image in the media, our manager doesn't seemed concerned about losing games. People see this and they are not going to go. Darrenrover and his group deserve praise for the efforts, it does not matter if they are public school or not its irrelevent. Until the fans unite to change the club's present ethos then I fear it is doomed to failure.
  8. Should do as it is the other knee. Be more concerned if it was the same one
  9. Adds to Darren Lewis' theory that Ince got canned because we are racist
  10. Surely that depends on a certain sports agency deciding which one of it's clients requires the Rovers gig
  11. So why the one with Nyambe not? But I agree Lenihan had no need to put his arm out as there had already been contact with the knee. Two contacts gave the ref little option.
  12. It may appear that Ive been negative but I fully support his efforts.
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