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Last Saturday the fans chanted for Sean O'Driscoll to make a quick return to Bournemouth, this Saturday they were demanding a wave from the Belle Vue gaffer.

After two excellent away victories, which have seen Rovers score six times on the road, the Red and White Wizards are now in 8th spot.

Paul Heffernan came off the bench to score and fellow substitute Lewis Guy did likewise against Northampton Town.

Rovers battered the Cobblers and really showed have scored a few more goals. Northampton had a few chances, but they were never going to get past Neil Sullivan.

Lets hope the away form can be reproduced at home.




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Date:Sunday December 10 2006

Time: 1:46PM

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another great performance, could and should of been 3 or 4 by half time. The team looks a lot sharper and more aware of what positions they are now playing. Good to see Coppinger getting more match fit and if we can keep are main players fit we should make the play offs minimum. One question: whats happening with Stock and Forte when their loans finish in the next month?
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