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Rovers Daily - Tuesday 3rd December 2013

3 December 2013

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Rovers Daily is the place to find all the latest news & features from Doncaster Rovers over the past 24 hours. Here is today's edition…

Stevens: This Team Can Play Football

New Signing Enda Stevens spoke to Rovers Player about Saturday's win & his loan move from Aston Villa.

“It was an impressive win for Rovers in my first game and we knew they would be hard. They started good and were on top of us early but we did not give them many chances. We gave away a soft goal against the run of play but we came out and showed how well we could play. 

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Wabara Injury Update 

Rovers Manager Paul Dickov gave the Official Website an update on Reece Wabara's injury after he went for a scan last week.

“Reece looks like being out for around 5 weeks after suffering a stress reaction to the injury he’s being playing with.

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DRFC Christmas Advent Calendar Day 3

It is time to countdown to Christmas with the Doncaster Rovers Advent Calendar.

It is time to open door 3 of our advent calendar. 

Today one lucky winner who answers today's question correctly will win a pair of Kyle Bennett's signed boots worn by Kyle in our League One Promotion Season.


Win Football league Tickets With Sky Bet Advent Calendar

Christmas is coming and Sky Bet want to reward Football League fans for their loyal support.

Until Christmas Eve, Sky Bet are giving away FIVE pairs of Football League tickets EVERY DAY! 


Pyrotechnics Education Campaign Launched

The Premier League, The Football League and The FA have launched a supporter education campaign on the danger of pyrotechnics at football grounds.

The research, which was conducted with 1,635 Premier League supporters, found that 87% of fans believe that pyrotechnics such as flares and smoke bombs are dangerous at matches, and that 86% were concerned for their safety. 

The same number (86%) think flares and smoke bombs are a fire risk and 79% consider them to be a health hazard.

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