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Blackburn Rovers
1 - 0
Watford

The Championship

Ewood Park

Saturday 27th October 2012, 15:00

Attendance: Boyeson

Referee: 13,233

Blackburn RoversWatford
Rhodes (90)
Robinson     Almunia    
Orr     Hall    
Givet     56 Doyley    
Dann     Cassetti    
G Hanley     Hoban    
Lowe     88 Jean Alain Fanchone     74
Pedersen     78 Yeates     81
Etuhu     Hogg    
Kazim-Richards     Smith    
Rhodes     Deeney    
Rochina     Forestieri     85
Substitutes
Kean     Bond    
Mn Olsson     56 Ekstrand     74
Formica     Murray    
Murphy     88 Anya    
Hanley     Battocchio     81
Rosado     Vydra    
Nuno Gomes     78 Geijo     85
Game Statistics
13
Goal Attempts
12
5
On Target
4
8
Corners
3
1
Offside
1
17
Fouls
12
3
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
55
%
45

Writer:Walker
Date:Sunday October 28 2012
Time: 5:28PM

Comments

0
Oh when is this maager saga going to end. Even the Dingles are going to get one before us. Shebby you are all talk.
fleetwood rover
29/10/2012 08:26:00
0
Oh when is this maager saga going to end. Even the Dingles are going to get one before us. Shebby you are all talk.
fleetwood rover
29/10/2012 08:26:00
0
Good to see only one offside, under Sam offsides were very frequent, which was so frustrating to watch. Re. fleetwood rovers comment (not the right place for a 'next manager' post but) If Burnley appoint Sean Dyche it won't matter as he is not good enough for Rovers. Where we have missed out is with Bolton's new boss, Dougie Freedman, he has done a good job at Palace and I expect to see Bolton move up the table now and be in contention for a play off place by the end of the season. Will we be there with them? If we aren't then we have missed an opportunity which Bolton grabbed from us last week.
r.waterfall
29/10/2012 11:23:00
0
Good to see only one offside, under Sam offsides were very frequent, which was so frustrating to watch. Re. fleetwood rovers comment (not the right place for a 'next manager' post but) If Burnley appoint Sean Dyche it won't matter as he is not good enough for Rovers. Where we have missed out is with Bolton's new boss, Dougie Freedman, he has done a good job at Palace and I expect to see Bolton move up the table now and be in contention for a play off place by the end of the season. Will we be there with them? If we aren't then we have missed an opportunity which Bolton grabbed from us last week.
r.waterfall
29/10/2012 11:23:00
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