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With playing in an empty stadium, sacking two managers and hovering above the relegation zone, it’s been a tough season for Bristol Rovers. Jack Newcombe speaks to the fans, chief executive and players about the impact of Covid-19 on lower league football
Could Covid Kill Rovers?

With playing in an empty stadium, sacking two managers and hovering above the relegation zone, it's been a tough season for Bristol Rovers. Jack Newcombe speaks to the fans, chief executive and players about the impact of Covid-19 on lower league football.

Posted by The Bristol Cable on Tuesday, February 16, 2021

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