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Rovers sell out Emirates allocation

Rovers sell out Emirates allocation

Rovers head to Arsenal with a full backing after the club office has announced that their allocation of 1,500 has been snapped up.

Despite the frankly ludicrous ticket prices charged by Arsenal the Rovers faithful have recognised the need for some strong support and will be there in voice for a game which has traditionally been poorly attended by the blue and white.

The kick off is 5.30 on Saturday as Rovers continue their quest to avoid relegation.

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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Wednesday March 30 2011
Time: 10:08AM

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Good effort from the fans, let's hope the players follow suit!
Mikey Delap
30/03/2011 10:11:00
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the 12th man will be there, lets hope the over 11 turn up!
LHrover
30/03/2011 11:07:00
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feeling very nervous about the match this weekend. will be watching on tv from the US
DommyWalker
30/03/2011 13:45:00
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In a bizarre way, this may be the turning point for the team. Arsenal historically pull our pants down and Royally spank us, but they are going through something of a rough patch themselves. All the pressure is on them, we will be severe underdogs, all the tabloids and sycophants on Sky Sports won't give us a cat in hell's chance, so how much of a confidence boost would a draw, or dare I say it a win be. The Barmy Army will do their part, all that remains is that the boys in blue and white on the pitch give it all they've got, then with a little luck we may upset all those know it all clowns, and if we ruffle Wenger's feathers all the better.
blue_n_white99
30/03/2011 20:30:00
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After all the doom n gloom of the last couple of months, i'm going to back Rovers to win 2-1 and chuck another twist in the saga which is the Premiership this season
glen9mullan
31/03/2011 01:03:00
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To sell out this allocation is superb, all the more so given the fact that it's a 17:30 kick-off time. Getting to the Emirates isn't going to be so much of a problem for people it's the getting back that might.
Walker
31/03/2011 08:45:00
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Stranger things have certainly happened... of that we can be sure!!!
Mikey Delap
31/03/2011 08:58:00
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