well as mm has said the break has done the boys the world of good . there all rested and mentally rested too . lets hope we get at them and hit em hard . lets hope we have a good turn out by the super white army . going for 4-1
Wow, that's quite impressive given that there are only 72 league clubs and 24 in the NL. You can't have missed many away games and I expect that includes pre-season friendlies - and both Wembleys, of course.When I was bored over Xmas I totted up the number of grounds I had seen Rovers play at. In a few weeks time Newport, my only new one in this division, will be my 148th.
Funny you say that, RLC. I was just thinking how cleverly Micky has developed the squad over the past year. Several of the Wembley squad decided to move on, but he kept the rest to keep the continuity and build on the momentum. Then gradually we saw Cole and Sutton leave and we now only have eight of last season's regulars left on the books. Of those, will we see much more of Harris, Buxton and McNulty in a Rovers shirt before their contracts end this summer? Micky has done great business in the last two transfer windows, particularly in January, as recent results show. As a result, he has changed what was a squad capable of a mid-table finish into promotion challengers.It will be good to get your opinion on the new look team BBTC.
Training is tough, AM. It's the worst part. I did the London Marathon a few years back and my knees really suffered. My advice is to train on grass if you can and avoid tarmac. The odd session on an exercise bike would probably help too.will do if my knees hold up have had stuff wrong with em . this is prob gonna be my last big one lol
I've known RLC for many years and he's one of the most committed and knowledgeable TRFC supporters you'll meet. Hat's off to you sir!148 grounds following one club is VERY impressive.
Yes, Ian, but the sides near the bottom are fighting for their lives and seem to know how to cause an upset! I wouldn't say any results are bankers for the higher side - certainly not Rovers!Now we are getting to the tail end of the season with all to play for, here's tomorrow's fixtures with current standings to keep an eye on.
Carlisle (9) v Cambridge (21)
Mansfield (3) v Crewe (14)
MK Dons (4) v Yeovil (22)
Crawley (18) v Lincoln (1)
Macclesfield (23) v Stevenage (10)
Swindon (13) v Morecambe (19)
Grimsby (16) v Bury (2)
Notts County (24) v Exeter (7)
Port Vale (20) v Forest Green (6)
Cheltenham (17) v Northampton (11)
On paper, it looks like some easy wins for the top sides. Lincoln play 18th placed Crawley, Bury at 16th placed Grimsby, Mansfield home to Crewe, Dons at home to Yeovil in 22nd and Forest Green play 20th placed Port Vale. Let's hope there's some shocks in store!