After losing two games in a row and running out of luck, Rovers fans sensed a much changed starting eleven and a change of fortune. Unfortunately whilst we got the former we didn’t get the latter.Continue reading “Doncaster Rovers 0-1 Swindon Town: 250 word match report”
No doubt past comparisons have been made between these towns. Both steeped in railway history, both now hoping to become cities? Similar too in a love of football, similar in association with football scandals. Would this similarity off the pitch be echoed on it?
Rob Jones was denied his inaugural managerial win, against a Swindon side low on confidence after three successive losses, but a much-improved Rovers still gave reasons to feel positive. Continue reading “Doncaster Rovers 2-2 Swindon Town: 250 word match report”
A cold night, but the much-depleted Keepmoat crowd saw Rovers start brightly; Kyle Bennett and Nathan Tyson causing Swindon’s defence problems, but lacking a final product. Continue reading “Doncaster Rovers 1-2 Swindon Town: 250 word match report”
Out of the darkness comes light. From the fug of Mad Friday hangovers and the pea-souper of doom hanging over the Keepmoat, Rovers delivered an awakening away performance to bring much-needed festive cheer. Continue reading “Swindon Town 0-1 Doncaster Rovers: 250 word match report”