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Sullivan - 'Disappointing defeat'

A number of inspired saves by Doncaster Rovers goalkeeper Neil Sullivan still couldn't prevent Rovers leaving Brunton Park empty handed.

Speaking after the game Sullivan stated the disappointment that the Rovers team are feeling after the defeat.

He was however quick to stress that Rovers can play a lot better than they have done today as Rovers lose their automatic promotion place to Nottingham Forest and are now only one point clear of fourth place Carlisle.

Sullivan stated that Rovers will be desperate to get back to winning ways when they travel to sixth place Tranmere Rovers next Saturday.

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Writer: Chris-VitalDoncaster Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday February 23 2008

Time: 7:00PM

Your Comments

Sulli was probably Rovers man of the match. Was always going to be hard at Carlisle, shame we couldn't at least sneak a draw.
dazza71
I woz hoping you'd get a draw at least outta this one
cyjax
Always going to be hard game against a good hard working side!
will it ever happen
our 4goal slaughter at your place early in the season doesnt look so bad now. Good luck hope you do it.
codbater
 

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