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Bristol Rovers Game To Move?

Bristol Rovers Game To Move?

Bristol Rovers Football Club have been asked to move the 8th of March fixture against Swindon Town.

Cheltenham chairman Paul Baker told the Evening Post: 'The Football League have accommodated the request not to play the higher-profile games here.

'We will be asking Rovers to move it or switch the home and away games around.'

The request not to play higher profile games is likely due to the increased potential for trouble and disturbance to residents in the Whaddon Road area.

Should Rovers swap the home and away fixtures around, Town would visit the Memorial Stadium on the 24th November.

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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Sunday June 17 2007
Time: 8:08AM

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may i just say how right u where bout sean ohanlon can we have are £175k bk and u have him lol he is a nightmare
the rodge
17/06/2007 23:23:00
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Off topic but we at Stockport hear that Andrew Nicholas may be on his way up to Edgeley Park. Lft a Q in the forum about him if anyone can shed any light?
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18/06/2007 13:08:00
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