Date: 17th April 2007 at 6:27pm
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The Rovers fans are now growing increasingly concerned of the direction of the club and the problems we now found ourselves in. With only 3 wins in 15 games the pressure is mounting and the man at the Helm is to blame.

Many fans are bemused with the teams tactics and lack of passion which has seen the numbers at the Keepmoat dramatically decrease, despite the 20,000 in the JPT final. Sean O’driscoll’s man management skills have gone under much scrutiny which has lead to the rumoured summer departure of skipper Graeme Lee.

Also it has been rumoured that the manager had bottled it in the transfer window when he had 3 major transfer siginings lined up but decided against it after the teams impressive run at the time.

It has emerged that Sean O’Driscoll request extra stewards to be placed around the visiting dugout last Saturday. A section of Rovers fans who had made the long journey down to Leyton Orient decided to sit near the Rovers manager. The fans told the manager what they thought of him and his negative tactics.

If we continue the trend of recent results we will next season be focusing on a relegation battle rather than destination championship.