Rovers supporters have voted manager Darren Moore into the Hall of Fame as the standout player of the 1990s.
As part of our 140 year celebrations, supporters have been having their say as to who should be inducted into the club’s Hall of Fame. The 1990s was the closest vote to date and manager Darren Moore finished just ahead of the pack.
In his first playing season at the club, Moore made 35 league appearances in a team that finished mid-table in Division Three.
The following season was more of a struggle for Rovers, with off-field issues dominating matters, but Moore remained one of the club’s most consistent performers. He was a commanding presence in both penalty boxes and his five League goals in 1996-97 made him the club’s third-top scorer behind Colin Cramb and Jon Schofield.
Find out more about Moore’s playing days by visiting Rovers Hall of Fame.
Moore said: “It’s an absolute honour to be included in the Doncaster Rovers Hall of Fame with such great players that have played and graced this wonderful football club.
“I want to thank all who voted and to extend my gratitude to past supporters who are no longer with us but remain here in spirit and to the present supporters.”