Poor Gilly's had an operation today to have a plate and a hook put in his shoulder. Rotten luck for him, especially given the time of year but also given he's had a good run in the side lately after a few other niggling injuries at the start of the season.
Obviously the best wishes of all at the club are with him.
Good to see so many of the Stags team getting a game and getting on the scoresheet. Not a great game by any stretch of the imagination. Rovers think they did well but they won't get anywhere until their players lose a bit of weight and get some training under their belts. Not being bithcy just tryig to do some missionary work.
I agree WPA - Rovers won't make any significant progress unless they improve their fitness. We have been under the cosh many times but always come back into the game - contrast that with say Burnage who started well but then were virtually penned into their own half after the half time break and finally just cope with the pressure.
Quinny - did you acquire any bottles or was it just cans?
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