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Doncaster vs. Blackpool

Belle Vue

23/09/06

15:00

Doncaster V Pool

Its match 10 of the season and it could be the one that determines the future of manager Simon Grayson, let's all hope for that second win of the season!!

Vital Quotes:

Doncaster Team News:

Doncaster have had an indifferent start to the season winning two, drawing four and losing three. Midweek they beat Championship side Derby 8-7 on penalties after drawing 3-3 in normal time.

There has been a change in stewardship at Doncaster with Dave Penny making way for former Bournemouth boss Sean O'Driscoll. Former Pool target Greame Lee is a doubt along with James Coppinger and Stephen Roberts, Mark McCammon is away on international duty and new loanee Theo Streete might make the bench

Player to watch: Paul Heffernan

Paul Heffernan has hit the score sheet two times this season but goals have been a problem for Donny with only 7 scored so far.

Blackpool Team News:

Manager Simon Grayson might keep the same line up for the second time in a row, once again Adrian Forbes, John Murphy, Phil Doughty and Simon Wiles are all still out injured.

Player to watch: Ben Burgess

Still no goals from the big man, but he`s looked to have settled in the side now, just waiting to break his scoring duck.

Match Facts & Stats

The sides met three times last season, twice in the league and once in the F.A. Cup. Pool came out top in the first league encounter winning 1-0 at Donny, the winning goal coming from Ciaran Donnelly. The sides met again Belle Vue in the F.A. cup, Pool took a beating losing 4-1, a brace from Heffernan and McIndoe sealed the win with Clarke getting a late goal from the spot.

The Seasiders were able to get revenge in the league fixture at Bloomfield Road winning 4-2, Tony Butler, Ian Morris, Keigan Parker and Peter Clarke with the goals for the tangerines and McIndoe and McCormack with Donny`s goals

Ref Watch:

G K Hegley - Hertfordshire - Games: 5 Yellow Cards: 13 Red Cards: 0
A Haines and A R Parker
Fourth Official : A N Smith

Match Prediction:

Doncaster 2 - 2 Blackpool

Next Fixtures:

Football League One Carlisle A 26-09-2006




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Date:Friday September 22 2006

Time: 5:50PM

Your Comments

D-Day for Blackpool Managers now seems to be short for Doncaster Day! Hold on Larry!
sandgroanun
2-2 prediction sounds a good game, but we need the points as much as you so I think it will be a very tense 1-0.
dazza71
Well 2-2, 1-0 all good predictions but I have the feeling Larrys boys will come good today watch out Doncaster. As the previous match I think the Ref is the one to watch!!
bisphamlad
Hopefully we can get a result or sadly I see Larrys days being numbered, a little luck and we could be motivated into a positive mental attitude..GOODLUCK BOYS !!
old westpaddock loya
 

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