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Rovers Daily

13 December 2013

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

Dickov On Leeds
“Leeds play a system at the moment that Brian has introduced to them, which makes them hard to play against.

"They are scoring goals and playing good football but as we proved against QPR, we can compete with these sides. We have to make sure that because Ross McCormack is having a good season, we don’t concentrate solely on him. They have a number of good players such as Mowatt and Murphy plus one I know a lot about, Matt Smith.

"Matt is a player that I watched a lot when I was at Oldham, when he was in non league football. He is a fantastic kid who wants to learn more and develop. To see him score goals at this level is a credit to him because he is not just a handful on the pitch but a great kid off it.

"I would have loved to have brought him here but at that time I had other priorities in other positions, so we lost him to Leeds. I hope he as lots of success but not until after Saturday!”



Read more at http://www.doncasterroversfc.co.uk/news/article/dickov-on-leeds-1233394.aspx


Super 6: Bet for FREE

Sky Sports Soccer Saturday is giving you the chance to net a £250,000 jackpot by playing Super 6, their free-to-play football prediction game.

To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is correctly predict the scores in Saturday's five 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League as well as QPR’s trip to Blackpool in the Sky Bet Championship.
 
Enter before 3pm on Saturday for your chance of landing the jackpot, while at least £5,000 is up for grabs for the week's most accurate entry, if no one claims the grand prize

Read more at http://www.doncasterroversfc.co.uk/news/article/super-six-dec-13-1234163.aspx.


Rovers Support Pilgrim Bandits
On Saturday at the Leeds game, Doncaster Rovers Football Club, in conjunction with Leeds United Football Club, is supporting the official charity ‘Pilgrim Bandits’.

Originally, the Pilgrim Bandits were merely a group of friends who played golf together and raised funds for a number of other charities. ‘Pilgrim’ is a nickname for members of certain Special Forces Regiments taken from Flecker’s poem “The Road To Samarkand”. 

As an official charity, Pilgrim Bandits also share experiences with school-children and their schools, along with residents of established care homes. The servicemen and women share their world, and in doing so they inspire people, young and old, to believing that anything is possible.

Ben Parkinson MBE is a patron of ‘Pilgrim Bandits’. ‘Pilgrim Bandits’ is able to provide the care and support it does because of the hundreds of volunteer fundraisers and challengers who wish to help. If you would like to become involved in helping to raise funds for ‘Pilgrim Bandits’ contact them now and they will give all the help they can to you.

Read more at http://www.doncasterroversfc.co.uk/news/article/pilgrim-bandits-1233873.aspx#TTovgHR8B8GDaOYi.99

 
 
http://www.doncasterroversfc.co.uk/news/article/training-session-with-the-gaffer-1224314.aspx For more information read more at

To book call Doncaster Rovers on 01302 764659.  Payment can be taken via credit/debit card over the phone.

This would make a superb early Christmas present for any young Rovers fan. The training session costs £25 per child and places must be pre-booked.

The club have organised the special training session to take place on Monday 16th December 6.30pm to 7.30pm on the astro-turf pitches at the Soccer Centre at the Stadium.  The session of open for children aged 7 to 11 years of age (limited spaces available). 

at the Keepmoat Stadium. Paul Dickov Doncaster Rovers have a unique opportunity for youngsters to take part in one-off training session with the Rovers Manager Calling all budding footballers of the future!











 






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