Bristol Rovers

Bristol Rovers : A Season to Remember - Champions and Cup Finalists 1989/90

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In the 1989/90 season, Bristol Rovers clinched promotion to the old `Second Division', thanks largely to the tremendous team spirit of a side exiled in Bath, away from its traditional Bristol home. The `Ragbag Rovers', as they became known, set an outstanding club record, remaining undefeated in 41 matches throughout the season, the highlight of which was a 3-0 victory against local rivals Bristol City in the penultimate game of the season. This remarkable time is remembered with many previously unpublished photographs, statistics and reports from every match, interviews with the players involved, plus a feature on the club's first ever visit to Wembley Stadium for the Leyland Daf Cup Final. Anyone who was there will relish in reliving some of the magic through the memories and illustrations collected here, while those who are too young to recall it themselves can discover the thrill and anticipation that made it a season to more

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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 170 x 244 x 14mm | 399.16g
  • The History Press Ltd
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0752464485
  • 9780752464480
  • 2,139,298

About Ian Haddrell

IAN HADDRELL has compiled five books about local history in Bristol for The History Press. He has been a Rovers supporter for nearly fifty years, and has a keen interest in the history of Bristol's oldest professional football club. Both authors live in Bristol. MIKE JAY is Bristol Rovers FC's official historian and has authored five books about the club. Brought up in the Easton area of Bristol, he attended his first Rovers match in 1967 and has seen them play at 135 different away grounds throughout England and more