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Early Season Stats

Early Season Stats

Vital Doncaster have compared this season start to that of the previous campaign.

Home wins: 1 (last season 1)

Home draws: 2 (last season 1)

Home defeats: 1 (last season 3)

Home goals for: 5 (last season 2)

Home goals against: 4 (last season 5)

Away wins: 1 (last season 1)

Away draws: 1 (last season 1)

Away defeats 2 (last season 2)

Away goal for: 2 (last season 4)

Away goals against: 4 (last season 6)

The home form has improved this season so far. Injuries have again struck and so far this term Rovers have not been able to playing the same starting eleven on the spin.

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Date:Wednesday September 13 2006
Time: 3:42PM

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Comments

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Interesting stats. Thanks. We struggled to have a settled side last season becausre of injuries. Blayney & S. Roberts both went down with knocks last night.
NathanDRFC
13/09/2006 15:55:00
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yeah but at least we have only just started there is so much time to improve i just hope we thrash rotherham on sat and let the best men win and i hope it us there back to 0 know and they want all the points they can get but not from us we have a big strong team its about time to show it know as well. COME ON ROVERS.
no.1 rover
13/09/2006 16:13:00
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We had a similar start last season and the season we won the Third division, but!! can we put runs together like we did in those seasons. What we need is a settled team and it may take the new manager a few month's to work out what his best side is. Personally I am already looking at next season you cannot expect o'Driscoll to turn us into a winning team straught away but here's hoping!!!!!!
dazza71
13/09/2006 16:59:00
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Last season teams came with a late run to challenge for promotion. I think SOD will need a few weeks to get the team playing as he wants. I hope that we can start to win (on Satueday will be a good start) and play with a settled team.
viking phil
13/09/2006 19:33:00
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