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Season by Numbers

6 May 2014

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A look back at some of the facts and figures from the 2013/14 campaign.

Biggest win: 3-0 (twice, against Wigan Athletic & Charlton Athletic).

3 – Red Cards shown to Rovers players (Keegan, Furman and Sharp). 

Biggest loss: 5-0 (v Bournemouth).

5 – Rovers’ double over Sheffield Wednesday ensured that the Keepmoat side have defeated the Owls in their last five meetings.

8 - Loan signings during the season.

9 – Number of goals scored by top scorer Chris Brown.

13 – Clean Sheets (8 by Turnbull, 5 by Johnstone).

13 - Nationalities represented by Rovers over the course of the season (English, Scottish, Welsh, Northern Irish, Republic of Ireland, South African, Romanian, Ivorian, Spanish, Jamaican, Australian, Italian & Korean.

27 years and 4 months – average age of squad v Leicester in last game of the season.

28 – Number of passes leading to Billy Sharp’s goal in the 2-1 win against Leeds Unted.

33 – Number of players used by Paul Dickov.

406 – Rovers appearances made by James Coppinger, who passed the 400 mark in the game against Birmingham, but is still 38 short of Colin Douglas’ record.

4,934 – Lowest league attendance: Yeovil Town (away).

9,041 – Keepmoat Stadium average league game attendance. 

31, 424 – Highest league attendance: Leicester City (away). 

601,530 – Aggregate attendance for all league games involving Doncaster Rovers.

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