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Opposition Focus: Bristol Rovers

Opposition Focus: Bristol Rovers
Bristol Rovers secured promotion from League 2 after a nail bitting play off final 3-1 victory vs Shrewsbury fc.

Third up in our Opposition focus series is Bristol Rovers. Gas Vital Editor Lenny answers a few questions on next seasons League one Campaign.

1.What Is your name ??

Lenny

2.How Long have you supported Hartlepool United?

'My first game was in 1980, so 27 years now!'

3.Do you think you will do well in L1 Next season?

'I think we will hold our own, i'd be happy with a mid-table place in our first season back in League One.'

4.Where do you think you will strengthen for next season?

'I think we need 3 or 4 new faces, new left back is a must and maybe a left midfielder. We have been linked with Andy Williams of Hereford who i think will be a good signing. That will leave us with 3 good strikers in Walker, Lambert and Williams if we get him. I would also like to see Joe Jacobson return to us, he was impressive when he was on loan from Cardiff last season.'

5. Who do you think is Swansea's most dangerous player?

'Has to be Lee Trundle, he has the skill to hurt you with one piece of magic..'

6.Where do you think Hartlepool and Swansea will come next season?

'I think Swansea will be in the play offs and Rovers mid-table.'

7.Will you be making the journey to the Liberty Stadium next season ?

'Yep for sure, its a ground I have never been to..'

Thank you Lenny and have a safe trip to south wales next season.

Writer:sbrjack
Date:Monday June 18 2007
Time: 2:27PM

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Another close away game yay!
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21/06/2007 16:09:00
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