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Two Hundred Million Man To Join?

Terry Bramall and Dick Watson, both major shareholders in the privately owned construction group Keepmoat, are rumoured to be investing in Doncaster Rovers.

Rovers are set to announce the identity of the new investors this Saturday. Mr John Ryan will remain as the club chairman.

Rovers are holding a reception for the new investors at the Mount Pleasant Hotel at 12.30 this Saturday. The new investors will then be introduced to the fans prior to the game against Leyton Orient.

According to the 2006 Times rich list Mr Terry Bramall is worth 200,000,000 (two hundred million.)




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Date:Thursday November 2 2006

Time: 10:50PM

Your Comments

With these two, Ryan and Beresford the Rovers board have a lot of money between them.
NathanDRFC
Id quite happily buy our way into the premiership.
dazza71
How long before we need a bigger stadium? At least Mssrs Bramall and Watson could get us one built!
ROversNaith
 

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