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Your matchday magazine RTID is back and bigger than ever for our second to last home game of the season against high flying Derby County and can be bought from the club shop or pre-match from one of our vendors.
The main focus for this issue is on the ‘Know the Score’ campaign as football looks to help tackle Bowel Cancer and raise awareness of the disease.
Rovers heroes Rob Jones and James Husband, as well as manager Paul Dickov, have lent their support to the cause in the fight against a disease which sees 44 people per day die in the United Kingdom.
As Rovers approach the business end of the season we have all the latest news and views, updates from the supporters clubs, in-depth interviews with Theo Robinson and (fitness coach) Ben Rome as well as a plethora of photos from all around the Keepmoat Stadium and recent events.
We also welcome former England boss Steve McClaren and his Derby County side, and take a few history lessons including previous encounters and articles concerning the whereabouts of players who have represented both clubs with dignity.
*The Know the Score campaign is also being backed by several leading bowel cancer charities who want to raise awareness of key symptoms.
These include the Bobby Moore Fund, the Adam Stansfield Foundation, Beating Bowel Cancer, Bowel Cancer UK , the Men’s Health Forum
and the founding charity of ‘Know the Score’, the Mr Brightside Project.
Go to http://www.knowthescore.org.uk/ for more information.