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Re: Next up: D-Day
Posted by: docker
Date: 13/05/2018 17:23
Still so emotional - standing at the back of the stand with my brother (56 years a Rover), his two daughters and my daughter Hannah who arrived with a huge hand-painted poster; Time to admit it: I lost the faith at the beginning of this season when things seemed to be falling apart; I lost the faith at half-time yesterday, when any sane pundit would say we had lost the game. When I crept back in after a prolonged wait in the concourse plucking up courage, it was unreal: McNulty my hero for just keeping the shape - what a leader - He "led from the word go, even with all that was going on around him he didn’t flinch". And, in those last eight or so minutes, when we were praying that the match would end, I lost it: fifty years a Rover, and I broke up. Through all the Yardley years; the Aldo years, the championship playoffs, the cup runs (remember Villa?), League Cup final, I have never experienced emotion like that. Never, ever lose the faith again, Docker ... those players yesterday didn't. SUPER White Army!

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