Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb, 15:00

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Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb, 15:00

Post by Savory » Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:40 am

Match Day Package for Blackburn Rovers v Bristol City at Ewood Park on 2 February 2013 with Three-Course Meal £39
Score an executive Match Day Package for Blackburn Rovers v Bristol City at Ewood Park on 2 February 2013, courtesy of Blackburn Rovers FC -- just shoot £39 (a £102 value) our way.
You'll get a pre-match three course meal and coffee -- including a starter and dessert served to your table and a self-service main course -- courtesy of a menu designed by Michelin-starred celebrity chef Nigel Haworth, at the Blackburn club's Jack's Kitchen.
Watch the match from executive padded seats in the Upper Tier of the Jack Walker stand with indoor viewing where available.
Enjoy half-time refreshments.
All tickets come with parking, a programme, and a team sheet while licensed betting facilities, competitions, and prizes will run all day.

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb

Post by Rover the Moon » Fri Jan 18, 2013 9:10 am

Excellent deal :king:

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb

Post by Gibbon » Fri Jan 18, 2013 9:10 am

I reckon we should introduce a gambling ticket, where you pay £30 for a ticket and then if we win you can use your ticket to get £10 off your next one.

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb

Post by Rover the Moon » Fri Jan 18, 2013 9:19 am

Blackburn people are poor enough :lol:

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb

Post by iamarover » Fri Jan 18, 2013 9:24 am

That does indeed look like a great deal

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb

Post by Darth Rover » Fri Jan 18, 2013 10:32 am

Savory wrote:Match Day Package for Blackburn Rovers v Bristol City at Ewood Park on 2 February 2013 with Three-Course Meal £39
Score an executive Match Day Package for Blackburn Rovers v Bristol City at Ewood Park on 2 February 2013, courtesy of Blackburn Rovers FC -- just shoot £39 (a £102 value) our way.
You'll get a pre-match three course meal and coffee -- including a starter and dessert served to your table and a self-service main course -- courtesy of a menu designed by Michelin-starred celebrity chef Nigel Haworth, at the Blackburn club's Jack's Kitchen.
Watch the match from executive padded seats in the Upper Tier of the Jack Walker stand with indoor viewing where available.
Enjoy half-time refreshments.
All tickets come with parking, a programme, and a team sheet while licensed betting facilities, competitions, and prizes will run all day.
Mrs Desai can afford to come to another match now. :D

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb, 15:00

Post by Savory » Fri Jan 18, 2013 6:37 pm

i'd be well up for getting it if i wasnt sunning myself up in Tenerife 8-)

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb, 15:00

Post by senorbarry » Mon Jan 28, 2013 1:05 pm

Might pop up and watch this match, will be my first under Appleton.
Be interesting to see what style of play he wants to introduce.
Some mixed reviews so far from fellow supporters i.e quite direct, neat passing football, play from the back etc.
Be good to have a clear idea what he wants to do going forward

Going with another clean sheet with Rhodes to score AGAIN. 2 v 0

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb, 15:00

Post by mcteeth » Mon Jan 28, 2013 1:24 pm

Realistically for playoffs of better we have to win these next two home games.

Regardless of having a new manager, Bristol City are still shit.

3-0 Rovers 8-)

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb, 15:00

Post by Rover the Moon » Mon Jan 28, 2013 1:55 pm

Sticking my neck out on 2-0 despitr City getting back to winning ways.......and we love beating teams at the bottom

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb, 15:00

Post by Victor » Mon Jan 28, 2013 2:27 pm

Hi!!

I am new in your forum, simply say hello. Im spanish, but i have a lot of sympathy for Rovers.

I hope you win this weekend to get better in the league, because your place in football is Premier League, no doubt!!

There are a lot of games yet, and this victory is so important.

I bet 3-0...;)

Byee!!

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb, 15:00

Post by Ethiaa » Mon Jan 28, 2013 2:28 pm

Welcome to the forum mate. Brave first prediction.

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb, 15:00

Post by iamarover » Mon Jan 28, 2013 2:51 pm

SALDREMOS VICTORIOSOS!!! :hyper:

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb, 15:00

Post by Thorisgodpoo » Mon Jan 28, 2013 3:31 pm

If I lived in the area I would take them up on that deal, get some food and possibly see a draw (dare I say win?).

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Re: Rovers v Bristol City, Sat 2nd Feb, 15:00

Post by -BARON-23- » Mon Jan 28, 2013 3:45 pm

We should win this game and i'll be very worried if we don't. The performance against Charlton was dire to say the least, we were very unfortunate against Brighton (well you create your own luck and we didn't kill the game off) and then against Derby that second half performance was top draw. We seem to be getting better as the games go along but if we're 0 wins from 3 home games then i for one will be very worried

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