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Samba and Brett Out, Diouf doubtful

Big Sam has been on the official Rovers website today announcing his intention to shuffle the pack for tomorrows trip to Wolves.

That could mean a first start for race against the clock boy Yildiray Basturk and youngster Amine Linganzi.

Rovers are without Chris Samba and Brett Emerton who are both still crocked a bit too much to risk.

El Hadji Diouf has also got a bout tonsillitis, presumably from arguing and shouting too much (expect Bom Bom to contract a similar illness in due course) so may not be asked to play.

Other than that, Rovers are good to go and Sam is keen to try out a few different formations/line ups without weakening the team.

VINCE GRELLA WATCH - Vincent is in the squad and will be asked to start tomorrow by the looks of things. He is 2/1 with SkyBet (please note this is a lie) to last more than 20 minutes before pulling up with a hamstring injury.

Come on you Rovers!

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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 23 2010

Time: 12:10PM

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Not good with Samba and Brett being out but good news that we may see some others get a shot... Junior anyone?
Mikey Delap
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23/04/2010 12:13:00

Could go 4-4-2 Olsson-peds-dunn-junior in midfield.
FreidelNo.1
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23/04/2010 13:04:00

Not a bad shout but does peders work in a two man midfield? we tried that at Stoke and it was EPIC FAIL!!!
Mikey Delap
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23/04/2010 13:15:00

hoilett RM sounds like a good idea, show us what he can do before the season ends
LHrover
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23/04/2010 14:19:00

 

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