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Bring On Europe Again For Rovers!

Bring On Europe Again For Rovers!
The vast majority feel that European football will again be on the agenda for Rovers next season, a combined 79% in fact through various means. 38% think that we can repeat last seasons achievements and do so via the League, only 13% felt the FA Cup offered us a chance (but in fairness this vote was taken before out victory over Arsenal!) whilst 28% thought that we may have to go down the Intertoto Cup route to make it.

21% thought that we'd not make it into Europe at all next season... shame on you!

So in summary
Yes - Via the League - 38%
Yes - Via the FA Cup - 13%
Yes - Via Intertoto Cup - 28%
No - Full Stop! - 21%


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Writer:Walker
Date:Wednesday February 28 2007
Time: 11:14PM

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One way or another Rovers will be taking on some of Europe's best again in the UEFA Cup next season. The League and the FA Cup look VERY good options to me for us to gain re-entry next season!
Hughes Da Man
28/02/2007 23:15:00
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I think Mark Hughes has opted for the Inter Toto Cup if all else fails.
col8
01/03/2007 14:20:00
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Yeah he's already said he'll take this route if needed.
Hughes Da Man
01/03/2007 14:54:00
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