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Rovers Tea Party

Rovers Tea Party

Within the past 48 hours two ex-Rovers players have joined Boston United. Popular left-back Tim Ryan and Mark Albrighton have both moved to York Street. The two players were both members of the Rovers double promotion squad.

Ryan, who had two spells at Belle Vue, will be remembered for his long distance goals. Tim left Rovers in January and spent the last few months of the season at Peterborough.

Albrighton, nick-named the sarge, spent a loan spell at Chester last season and was released last week.

It is rumoured that Boston have put in a bid for Ricky Ravenhill. The midfielder is currently on the transfer list and Rovers are demanding a fee for him.

Read the Boston view point here


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Date:Wednesday May 17 2006
Time: 8:13PM

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Where dos the tea party come from?
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18/05/2006 13:21:00
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