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Rovers Offer FREE Coach Travel To Stoke

Rovers Offer FREE Coach Travel To Stoke

Blackburn Rovers are offering FREE coach travel to the Premier League meeting with Stoke City on Saturday the 18th April.

Those travelling to the match at the Britannia Stadium are being offered the chance to do so FREE of charge if they use the official coaches provided. The players are the ones that go out onto the pitch and perform (or not!!!), however, we (the fans) are really important to Rovers so the more that we can get to what looks like being a vital relegation match the better (to get their for nothing is even better) and manager Sam Allardyce knows how important we are.

Allardyce told the Official Blackburn Rovers Website: "I know some people are sceptical when it comes to the 'role of the fans' on matchdays. The cynics say that players should be able to perform to the highest level whatever the circumstances. Whilst I understand the sentiment, I also know that great vocal support makes a massive difference.

"We received fantastic support from our travelling fans at both the KC Stadium and Craven Cottage, and it helped in no small way towards the recording of two excellent and fully-deserved victories.

"We hope the fans take advantage of this fantastic offer and turn out in their numbers for what promises to be another massive game.
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Writer:Walker
Date:Tuesday March 31 2009
Time: 5:29PM

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Sam speaks the truth here people, take advantage of this magnificent offer and help raise the roof as we did at the KC and at Craven.
Mikey D
31/03/2009 18:13:00
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Sam speaks the truth here people, take advantage of this magnificent offer and help raise the roof as we did at the KC and at Craven.
Mikey D
31/03/2009 18:13:00
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Yeah he does Mr Mikey. The more we can get to Stoke the better, they have a superb home record so we'll need all the help we can get. Speaking of help if I don't leave for work now I'll need help getting a new job lol!
Walker
02/04/2009 09:20:00
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Yeah he does Mr Mikey. The more we can get to Stoke the better, they have a superb home record so we'll need all the help we can get. Speaking of help if I don't leave for work now I'll need help getting a new job lol!
Walker
02/04/2009 09:20:00
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