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Fifth Round And Out For Rovers?



With Arsenal being the fifth round opponents and the match being played at the formidable home of Arsenal the Emirates Stadium it was no wonder that the 69% felt that the fifth round would be our last port of call...

However following the goal less draw on Saturday lunchtime with a replay now set to take place at Ewood Park although a fifth round exit is still possible I'm more hopefully that we will indeed go beyond the current round. Should we do so the possibility of going as far as the final, a feat 17% felt we could do remains a possibility.

So in summary
5th Round - 69%
Quarter Final - 7%
Semi Final - 7%
Final - 17%


Shabani Nonda again recently expressed his desire to remain at Ewood beyond the end of the current campaign, so the current poll is simply asking, Should Rovers sign Shabani Nonda permanently?

As for what you think, cast your vote and why not have your say on the latest polls findings...

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The Journalist

Writer: Walker Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 18 2007

Time: 12:59AM

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The massive amount thinking round five will be all she wrote this season could be veiwed as defeatists but I think it was genuine honesty and realistic voting. That said the amound did drop, maybe not dramatically but from the high 70's pushing on towards 80% to 69% at the end. This main drop occured as a result of the 0-0 draw at the Emirates Stadium. We still have a hell of a job on our hands but winning through at Ewood Park is a VERY strong possiblity and something I think we might just achieve!?!?
Hughes Da Man
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18/02/2007 01:06:00

Grit and determination is needed! Good luck :D
bmb
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18/02/2007 20:45:00

We are in a hell of a better position now than on Friday evening. We can beat them at Ewood. I believe we will with the incentive of a home draw next round. The draw couldnt be much better.
MikeyGamst
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19/02/2007 16:13:00

I'm tempted to run the poll again now to see what people think now that we've got the Gooners back at Ewood Park as I too think we can overcome them at home, then as for the next round no disrespect to Man City but a home tie with them could we really have asked for more! Bring on the replay, I can't wait now!
Hughes Da Man
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19/02/2007 16:30:00

 

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