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Dunn, Grella out, Jogger, J-Rob back

Dunn, Grella out, Jogger, J-Rob back

Rovers will continue to be without the services of David Dunn and Vince Grella for the trip to the Britannia to take on Stoke tomorrow afternoon.

The 'good' news however is that Keith Andrews and Jason Roberts are back to full fitness and will be back in the squad that secured a last gasp result at Blackpool last weekend.

Onwards and upwards boys, another three points would go down a storm.

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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Friday October 1 2010
Time: 5:02PM

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Will be tough as Stoke are without doubt no mugs at home but we can get a result if we raise our game...
Mikey Delap
01/10/2010 17:04:00
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Be a tough tough game, Stoke have been playing some decent stuff and Jones is in hot form, any sort of result for us would be a bonus
glen9mullan
01/10/2010 18:04:00
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Let's hope Papa Diouf keeps his form and we should be ok. Wasn't good last season was it this one, fingers crossed for three points!!
ITSALLROVER
01/10/2010 21:02:00
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The situation with Grella is really starting to become laughable. This guy should be gotten rid of as soon as possible. Although he is a very good player we cant afford to be thrown 30 grand a week at the sick bay.We could have kept Reid for that. Thanks to Ince for this one. Plus we must have about 5 cdm's by now
del
02/10/2010 00:28:00
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