Strong squad available for Blades visit

Tomorrow is derby day as Sheffield United visit the Keepmoat. It’s been a while since Rovers had a game. Walsall was the last test for Ferguson’s men when the sides met on Tuesday 2nd February. Last week’s trip to Scunthorpe was called off in controversial circumstances after the referee deemed the pitch unplayable, despite protests…

How you could have spent your Saturday following Rovers postponement

We’ve all been there, and as Rovers fans it feels like we get it more than most. Postponements. Yesterday, around two-and-a-half hours before kick-off, referee Mark Haywood declared the Glanford Park pitch unplayable. That meant the 1,700 Rovers fans on their way to Scunthorpe had to turn on their heels and head home with no…

Rovers announce new kit deal

Doncaster Rovers have partnered up with a new kit supplier ahead of the 2016/17 season. FBT, or Football Thailand, have taken over the manufacture of Rovers playing and training wear as well as that of the Dons and Club Doncaster. Fronted by former Wakefield Trinity RLFC chairman, Sir Rodney Walker, the Thai sportswear firm will…

Rovers hope to correct form v Scunthorpe

A busy period which sees Rovers involved in a trio of derbies begins tomorrow with a trip along the M180 to face Scunthorpe United. Rovers have been guilty of shaky form over the past few weeks, but injuries will have played a big part in that. Defeats to Port Vale and Walsall have seen Ferguson’s…

VERDICT: Dip continues v Walsall

Rovers’ dip in form continued on Tuesday night when Walsall left the Keepmoat as 2-1 victors. Third placed Walsall travelled to Doncaster to face a Rovers side who are without a win since Southend away at the beginning of January. Darren Ferguson acted on transfer deadline day to bring in Chris Neal on loan as…

Sean O’Driscoll returns with his Walsall side tomorrow night

Another Tuesday, another home game, but this time we welcome Sean O’Driscoll’s Walsall. O’Driscoll is one of, if not the, most successful manager of Doncaster Rovers having led his side to lift their first ever major trophy and also back into the Championship for the first time in 50 years. Along with right hand man,…

DEADLINE DAY: Ins and Outs

We take a look at the deadline day moves in and around Rovers on which has been a relatively busy day for the club. INS Chris Neal Position: Goalkeeper Contract: 28 day emergency loan From: Port Vale Twitter: @Nealo01 Chris Neal joined Rovers this morning. It was thought that they might have been looking to…

Former Rover joins Valiants

Theo Robinson has joined Port Vale ahead of tomorrow’s game. Subject to international clearance, Theo could make his Vale debut at the Keepmoat where he plied his trade for two seasons. Robinson was released by Paul Dickov at the beginning of the season having made 63 appearances. He scored nine goals for Rovers during his…

Lecygne joins on loan from Stoke City

Ahead of tomorrow’s game against Port Vale, Darren Ferguson has moved to strengthen his midfield. Nineteen-year-old Eddy Lecygne has joined on a one month loan deal from Stoke City. The move comes after Ferguson stated he needed to add midfield options to the side to coincide with the growing injury list. Conor Grant is expected…

Rovers welcome Port Vale on Tuesday

The original fixture was postponed due to Rovers’ involvement in the FA Cup third round against Stoke City. We’ve been in good form lately and are in fact unbeaten in 2016 in the Football League. That doesn’t seem like such a mean feat considering we’ve only had three league games so far since the New…