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roversdude

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Rovers on the move
« on July 20, 2021, 07:53:01 am by roversdude »
Noticed Ian Lawlor has moved to Dundee
As has been well mentioned on here Devante Cole to Barnsley
Any more ??
Please add



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Barmby Rover

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #1 on July 20, 2021, 10:12:33 am by Barmby Rover »
Butler to Boston?

Branton Rover

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #2 on July 20, 2021, 10:47:48 am by Branton Rover »
David Harle to join Bristol City

roversdude

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #3 on July 20, 2021, 01:24:26 pm by roversdude »
This century lol

Metalmicky

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #4 on July 20, 2021, 02:02:16 pm by Metalmicky »
Paul McKay recently joined Queen of the South from Airdrie...

His brother Jack's new club is a pitching wedge...

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #5 on July 20, 2021, 02:30:55 pm by since-1969 »
Noticed Ian Lawlor has moved to Dundee
As has been well mentioned on here Devante Cole to Barnsley
Any more ??
Please add
Wellens to Doncaster

Campsall rover

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #6 on July 20, 2021, 02:50:45 pm by Campsall rover »
Come on Q of S they are my adopted favourite Scottish Club.

Did quite a bit of advertising sales in the Dumfries , Annan and Lockerbie areas in a previous life.

I have never been to any Scottish league ground though other than the other Queens
Hampden Park to watch Scotland v England 1973
114,000 in there. Like sardines we were.  :rolleyes:

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #7 on July 20, 2021, 03:34:53 pm by EasyforDennis »
Come on Q of S they are my adopted favourite Scottish Club.

Did quite a bit of advertising sales in the Dumfries , Annan and Lockerbie areas in a previous life.

I have never been to any Scottish league ground though other than the other Queens
Hampden Park to watch Scotland v England 1973
114,000 in there. Like sardines we were.  :rolleyes:

I was there in 1972 when Alan Ball scored the only goal. Have never been so scared on the train from Hampden back into Glasgow.

Campsall rover

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #8 on July 20, 2021, 03:44:00 pm by Campsall rover »
Come on Q of S they are my adopted favourite Scottish Club.

Did quite a bit of advertising sales in the Dumfries , Annan and Lockerbie areas in a previous life.

I have never been to any Scottish league ground though other than the other Queens
Hampden Park to watch Scotland v England 1973
114,000 in there. Like sardines we were.  :rolleyes:

I was there in 1972 when Alan Ball scored the only goal. Have never been so scared on the train from Hampden back into Glasgow.
Yes sorry 1972 What an atmosphere.

1973  I was at Wembley.  80.000 Scott’s inside and around another 20,000 outside.
Every one of them were ‘pissed’  but no trouble that year.  It was 75 when they broke the goal posts I think.

Crazy days they were.

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #9 on July 20, 2021, 05:52:33 pm by ravenrover »
I was there in 77 in the Scottish end, which part wasn't, not a moments trouble handing the beer and the drams round even to us 3 sassonachs
« Last Edit: July 20, 2021, 09:30:46 pm by ravenrover »

Donnywolf

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #10 on July 20, 2021, 06:46:57 pm by Donnywolf »
77 was the win for Scotland 1-2 The posts and turf copped it that day

75 was 6-0 to England - I always count Bruce Riochs penalty to make it 6-0 not 5-1 as he was born in Aldershot

79 England 3-1

I went to all 3 but still laugh at the 77 scenes 'cos for a few miles on the Coach the kilted ones were celebrating and baiting. Lots had nicked turf and had it dangling from their underpants like a Sporran but hidden below their kilts. As we passed pubs or went round roundabouts they would lift their kilts revealing the turf and adding different hand gestures

Funnier still were the ones with no turf and no underpants - but they didnt miss any passing Coaches
« Last Edit: July 20, 2021, 06:56:52 pm by Donnywolf »

Donnywolf

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #11 on July 20, 2021, 06:53:41 pm by Donnywolf »
Come on Q of S they are my adopted favourite Scottish Club.

Did quite a bit of advertising sales in the Dumfries , Annan and Lockerbie areas in a previous life.

I have never been to any Scottish league ground though other than the other Queens
Hampden Park to watch Scotland v England 1973
114,000 in there. Like sardines we were.  :rolleyes:

I used to work around Gretna Annan and Creca [Peat Bogs] and QOS played Rangers and I had to go to that

Rangers had the whole of one side of ground and The Doonhamers sang almost to a man "if you hate the f.....g english - clap your hands" to the Rangers lot for most of the game.

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #12 on July 20, 2021, 07:56:34 pm by drfchound »
Come on Q of S they are my adopted favourite Scottish Club.

Did quite a bit of advertising sales in the Dumfries , Annan and Lockerbie areas in a previous life.

I have never been to any Scottish league ground though other than the other Queens
Hampden Park to watch Scotland v England 1973
114,000 in there. Like sardines we were.  :rolleyes:

I was there in 1972 when Alan Ball scored the only goal. Have never been so scared on the train from Hampden back into Glasgow.





When Ball scored, the ground went silent and all you could hear was Bally’s squeaky voice shouting something like get in you bas**rd.

EasyforDennis

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #13 on July 21, 2021, 08:36:58 am by EasyforDennis »
Come on Q of S they are my adopted favourite Scottish Club.

Did quite a bit of advertising sales in the Dumfries , Annan and Lockerbie areas in a previous life.

I have never been to any Scottish league ground though other than the other Queens
Hampden Park to watch Scotland v England 1973
114,000 in there. Like sardines we were.  :rolleyes:

I was there in 1972 when Alan Ball scored the only goal. Have never been so scared on the train from Hampden back into Glasgow.





When Ball scored, the ground went silent and all you could hear was Bally’s squeaky voice shouting something like get in you bas**rd.

I just turned to mate and said. Don't say a word lol.

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #14 on July 21, 2021, 08:52:23 am by Filo »
I went to England v Scotland 1983 at Wembley, Brian Robson and Gordon Cowens scored in a 2-0 win, ended up in a high speed crash just outside Biggleswade on the A1 on the way home

pib

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #15 on July 21, 2021, 10:43:27 pm by pib »
Not quite an ex Rover but I see one of our managerial nearly men from earlier this year John Eustace is a contender for the Swansea job.

That would be interesting to see how he gets on…

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/57923015

GazLaz

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #16 on July 22, 2021, 02:01:34 pm by GazLaz »
Danny Amos training with Port Vale.

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #17 on July 22, 2021, 02:23:24 pm by Chris Black come back »
I think Gomes is still at Portsmouth on trial. Been a couple of weeks now so would look more positive than negative if they still haven't binned him.

Metalmicky

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #18 on July 22, 2021, 03:02:52 pm by Metalmicky »
I think Gomes is still at Portsmouth on trial. Been a couple of weeks now so would look more positive than negative if they still haven't binned him.

Liam Hoden did a piece on Gomes for the Portsmouth News a few days back...

https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/sport/football/portsmouth-fc/the-inside-track-on-portsmouth-triallist-and-ex-liverpool-and-leeds-midfielder-madger-gomes-doncaster-spell-3310993

karldew

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #19 on July 22, 2021, 03:38:26 pm by karldew »
David Cotterill > Newtown AFC

Think their in the Europa Conference League too.

RugbyRover

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #20 on July 22, 2021, 04:00:36 pm by RugbyRover »
I think Gomes is still at Portsmouth on trial. Been a couple of weeks now so would look more positive than negative if they still haven't binned him.

now binned

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #21 on July 22, 2021, 04:27:51 pm by Chris Black come back »
I think Gomes is still at Portsmouth on trial. Been a couple of weeks now so would look more positive than negative if they still haven't binned him.

now binned

Now you mention it, you are right. There was a local paper reference to him:

"Gomes made 55 appearances at Doncaster across two years, with the Spaniard spending time previously with Liverpool and Leeds.
But after Cowley had assessed the midfielder, he wasn’t deemed the type of option the Pompey boss believes could add something to his squad next season as he carries out his overhaul."

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #22 on July 22, 2021, 05:21:55 pm by drfchound »
I think Gomes is still at Portsmouth on trial. Been a couple of weeks now so would look more positive than negative if they still haven't binned him.

now binned





I guess he won’t be thanking Hoden for the reference.

kieranDRFC

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #23 on July 24, 2021, 10:21:17 am by kieranDRFC »
Not so much on the move but I’ve noticed Shane Blaney and Luke McCullough have both been playing European football over the Irish Sea in recent weeks.

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #24 on July 24, 2021, 11:04:47 am by Chris Black come back »
Not so much on the move but I’ve noticed Shane Blaney and Luke McCullough have both been playing European football over the Irish Sea in recent weeks.

Boots must have been sodden by half time.

DonnyOsmond

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Re: Rovers on the move
« Reply #25 on July 24, 2021, 01:40:59 pm by DonnyOsmond »
Madgers on trial at Charlton now. His agents playing a blinder.

 

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