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Kaiser Chiefs At Donny, Donny, Donny

Kaiser Chiefs At Donny, Donny, Donny

The Keepmoat Stadium hosted BBC Radio 1's Chris Moyles' Breakfast show this morning and were joined by the Kaiser Chiefs.

The band are playing at the Doncaster Dome tonight and were invited down to the stadium to chat with the Breakfast Show. The lads enjoyed a run out on the pitch and showed off their footballing skills to Rovers staff. Chris Moyles then played them the Breakfast Show's version of the Chief's new song 'Ruby, Ruby, Ruby'. The re-write replaces the chorus with 'Donny, Donny, Donny' and looks set to be adopted by Rovers fans.

Chris Moyles was presented with a signed Rovers shirt and a copy of John Parr's Out of the Darkness by Rovers Media Manager Steve Uttley.

As Leeds United fans the Kaisers and Moyles could well be back at the Keepmoat next season for a League match, if Rovers fail to get promoted.

The Kaiser Chiefs gig at the Dome sold out within 9 minutes of tickets going on sale last week.

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Date:Friday February 9 2007
Time: 3:47PM

Comments

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shouldn't of been allowed on the pitch for a kick about! lots of frost on the pitch they are doing damage to the grass.
dazza71
09/02/2007 20:58:00
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I don't think it matters too much, our pitch is only a month old, most other teams have been playing on their's all season.
ROversNaith
10/02/2007 11:10:00
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you shouldn't be going on grass when its frosty! they will leave brown footmarks due to bruising the grass.
dazza71
10/02/2007 12:25:00
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http://chrismoyles.co.uk/soundvault/pafiledb.php?action=file&id=1588
PopStandRover
10/02/2007 19:51:00
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