Lowe: 'We must restore Pride' at Rovers

JASON Lowe believes Blackburn Rovers’ trip to Derby County next weekend has become a ‘must-win’ game as he sets his sights on climbing back into the promotion shake-up.

Rovers’ academy product is part of the England Under-21 squad for the first leg of the Euro 2013 championship play-offs against Serbia in Norwich this evening.

With the second leg in Serbia on Tuesday, Lowe has a big few days ahead but knows Rovers also face a crucial period in their own Championship campaign.

After next Saturday’s trip to Derby County’s Pride Park, managerless Rovers entertain Sheffield Wednesday and Watford at the end of this month.

Lowe, 20, said: “Wolves was a disappointing result but we have to pick ourselves up and go again. It is a must-win.

“You could see the fans, you could feel the atmosphere before the game, it was more vibrant. But then we have to perform and it was a nip and tuck game but you have to stay in it.

“We should be winning those games but we need to regroup, go again and the next one is a must-win. There is plenty of time to regroup and freshen up. Three big, big games ahead. Derby is a good one to bounce back with.”

Rovers are now without a win in four games and have dropped out of the Championship play-off places after a solid start to the season.

The Ewood Park outfit have only lost two league games so far this campaign but performances have done little to impress.

“I didn’t think there was a lot in the Wolves game,” Lowe told Roversplayer. “You just have to keep plugging away when it is like that. It is a soft goal to concede.

“Sometimes we are thinking what do we need to do? We have changed the formation the last couple of games and in the first half at Nottingham Forest I thought we were pretty dominant. “We will keep plugging away and at some point it will click. We have too many quality players in the side for it not to.

“We will keep working and come back stronger.

“It is tight up there. Ideally we want to be in the top two. It is very, very tight and if you can put two or three wins together, which is easier said than done, it can change. You can’t fault the lads for their effort.

“Everyone is giving everything but maybe we aren’t getting the rub of the green. I thought we should have had a penalty against Wolves and Forest. You can’t use them as an excuse though because we didn’t create enough in open play.

“There is plenty of work to do on the training ground.”

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11:06am Fri 12 Oct 12

MxMave says...

"I didn’t think there was a lot in the Wolves game,” Lowe told Roversplayer.

Did we actually have a shot on target ?
Your a decent player Lowe and possibly our future captain but we all watched the Wolves games and we all saw how inept Black's tactics were.

5 At the back at home, disgrace.
"I didn’t think there was a lot in the Wolves game,” Lowe told Roversplayer. Did we actually have a shot on target ? Your a decent player Lowe and possibly our future captain but we all watched the Wolves games and we all saw how inept Black's tactics were. 5 At the back at home, disgrace. MxMave
  • Score: 14

11:10am Fri 12 Oct 12

dallydally says...

Players should leave the talking to the Manager - even when he is inept - and do their own talking via their feet on the pitch. Shut up about "rub of the green" and "I didn't think there was a lot in the Wolves game". Rovers were very poor and its high time Lowe and the others knuckled down and starting playing as though their lives depend on it. Goodness knows they are paid enough!
Players should leave the talking to the Manager - even when he is inept - and do their own talking via their feet on the pitch. Shut up about "rub of the green" and "I didn't think there was a lot in the Wolves game". Rovers were very poor and its high time Lowe and the others knuckled down and starting playing as though their lives depend on it. Goodness knows they are paid enough! dallydally
  • Score: 16

11:20am Fri 12 Oct 12

Rovers 1495 says...

“There is plenty of work to do on the training ground.”

Sounds like Kitman's come back from the grave
“There is plenty of work to do on the training ground.” Sounds like Kitman's come back from the grave Rovers 1495
  • Score: 5

11:22am Fri 12 Oct 12

Brfc24138931 says...

Don't state the obvious. Until we get a strong experienced manager we ain't going anywhere but downwards. Tell us one good thing since the venkeys have done since day one. YES FA.
Don't state the obvious. Until we get a strong experienced manager we ain't going anywhere but downwards. Tell us one good thing since the venkeys have done since day one. YES FA. Brfc24138931
  • Score: 8

11:28am Fri 12 Oct 12

Gaz M says...

Talks cheap Jason I would prefer players to do their talking on the pitch and not in the press,we had it from probably every single player last season and ended up relegated!
Talks cheap Jason I would prefer players to do their talking on the pitch and not in the press,we had it from probably every single player last season and ended up relegated! Gaz M
  • Score: 11

11:29am Fri 12 Oct 12

ewood1952 says...

Well they could start by getting a new manager in asap. Is that to hard for them. It did not take them long to sack BFS, And now look at the mess we are in. So Shebby less of the talking and more Action please before it is to late.
Well they could start by getting a new manager in asap. Is that to hard for them. It did not take them long to sack BFS, And now look at the mess we are in. So Shebby less of the talking and more Action please before it is to late. ewood1952
  • Score: 5

11:46am Fri 12 Oct 12

greenscreener says...

ewood1952 wrote:
Well they could start by getting a new manager in asap. Is that to hard for them. It did not take them long to sack BFS, And now look at the mess we are in. So Shebby less of the talking and more Action please before it is to late.
You can be sure we would have a new manager in place by now if SEM/Kentaro were still running the show. :-)
[quote][p][bold]ewood1952[/bold] wrote: Well they could start by getting a new manager in asap. Is that to hard for them. It did not take them long to sack BFS, And now look at the mess we are in. So Shebby less of the talking and more Action please before it is to late.[/p][/quote]You can be sure we would have a new manager in place by now if SEM/Kentaro were still running the show. :-) greenscreener
  • Score: 1

11:55am Fri 12 Oct 12

makaveli96 says...

Until the Venkys are REMOVED then the club will continue to die...
Until the Venkys are REMOVED then the club will continue to die... makaveli96
  • Score: -1

12:02pm Fri 12 Oct 12

petemcglinn says...

What do you mean jason you cant fault the lads efforts?
There is more go in a sick note than most of players who was playing against wolves on sat.
Coyb
What do you mean jason you cant fault the lads efforts? There is more go in a sick note than most of players who was playing against wolves on sat. Coyb petemcglinn
  • Score: 3

12:03pm Fri 12 Oct 12

Brunzig says...

“Everyone is giving everything" Jason have you seen Danny Murphy play or do you just run around with you eyes closed? If he is giving everything i'll eat my hat!! I put more effort in forcing out a ****!
“Everyone is giving everything" Jason have you seen Danny Murphy play or do you just run around with you eyes closed? If he is giving everything i'll eat my hat!! I put more effort in forcing out a ****! Brunzig
  • Score: 6

12:23pm Fri 12 Oct 12

jogalot says...

I woke up from a nightmare last night. They had appointed Tim Sherwood as manager.

I said, "But all the fans wanted someone with experience!" Shebby said "No, 13000 fans voted with their feet and supported Kean and he wasn't experienced. Only a few hundred voted in the LT. So you are wrong and we are right, the fans wanted an inexperienced manager to follow in the mould of Steve Kean."

I said, "So why have you not kept Eric Black? 17,000 voted for him?" Shebby said, "We really wanted to but we felt like a change."

I said, "So why Sherwood?" Shebby said, "He talks the talk. He's even better than Kean at talking the talk. He\s a positively brilliant manager. He is Mr Blackburn Rovers. He used to be captain and everyone respects him."

I said, "Just because he was captain does not make him a good manager. He will upset people when he drops them. It might become a Rovers of two halves, with one side for Sherwood and the other against him." Shebby said, "No, No, no. Tim has explained how easy it will be to get Rovers to win the Premier League. He's done it once and he promised me he would do it again."

I said, "How much will it cost Rovers?" Shebby said, "Because we have been so kind as to give him his chance to start on the managerial ladder, he is accepting the equivalent of managing a League Two side. At Rovers we have better facilities, he can continue to work as a pundit and he will get a £2million bonus for promotion. So he's doing it just for expenses."

I said, "So when does Tim start his new job?" Shebby said, "He's a bit busy at the moment but it will be soon. Eric Black will continue and also assist Tim next month when he has time to pop up from London."

So there you have it. All was revealed in my dream. It's done and dusted but they haven't got round to telling us yet. I hope Sherwood does better than he did in my dream in which... well, that's confidential. Shebby made me promise not tell the whole dream as it could influence his nogotiations for a lucrative job as a pundit on Sky.
I woke up from a nightmare last night. They had appointed Tim Sherwood as manager. I said, "But all the fans wanted someone with experience!" Shebby said "No, 13000 fans voted with their feet and supported Kean and he wasn't experienced. Only a few hundred voted in the LT. So you are wrong and we are right, the fans wanted an inexperienced manager to follow in the mould of Steve Kean." I said, "So why have you not kept Eric Black? 17,000 voted for him?" Shebby said, "We really wanted to but we felt like a change." I said, "So why Sherwood?" Shebby said, "He talks the talk. He's even better than Kean at talking the talk. He\s a positively brilliant manager. He is Mr Blackburn Rovers. He used to be captain and everyone respects him." I said, "Just because he was captain does not make him a good manager. He will upset people when he drops them. It might become a Rovers of two halves, with one side for Sherwood and the other against him." Shebby said, "No, No, no. Tim has explained how easy it will be to get Rovers to win the Premier League. He's done it once and he promised me he would do it again." I said, "How much will it cost Rovers?" Shebby said, "Because we have been so kind as to give him his chance to start on the managerial ladder, he is accepting the equivalent of managing a League Two side. At Rovers we have better facilities, he can continue to work as a pundit and he will get a £2million bonus for promotion. So he's doing it just for expenses." I said, "So when does Tim start his new job?" Shebby said, "He's a bit busy at the moment but it will be soon. Eric Black will continue and also assist Tim next month when he has time to pop up from London." So there you have it. All was revealed in my dream. It's done and dusted but they haven't got round to telling us yet. I hope Sherwood does better than he did in my dream in which... well, that's confidential. Shebby made me promise not tell the whole dream as it could influence his nogotiations for a lucrative job as a pundit on Sky. jogalot
  • Score: 1

12:43pm Fri 12 Oct 12

Nuttall Street says...

dallydally wrote:
Players should leave the talking to the Manager - even when he is inept - and do their own talking via their feet on the pitch. Shut up about "rub of the green" and "I didn't think there was a lot in the Wolves game". Rovers were very poor and its high time Lowe and the others knuckled down and starting playing as though their lives depend on it. Goodness knows they are paid enough!
Hear, hear. I went to the Charlton game and Rovers were useless, absolutely useless, like a team of school boys. Couldn't keep possession and deteriorated into being scared of possession and just booting it down the pitch or, more frequently, out of play.
Lowe is right when he says there is a lot to to do on the training pitch and the very first thing it to drill the team into holding their shape. Of course, someone is going to have to decide what that shape is to be and that clearly isn't going to come from the Black/Hendry combo.
As for not getting the rub of the green that is rubbish. If Rovers had't had the rub of the green against Charlton they would have lost the match and from what I have heard of other games that would be true of them too or they would have lost by a greater margin.
Lowe ought to give up telling the fans what are "must win" games. Just tell us instead when we have a game coming up That isn't a "must win" game. The last players that spent time telling the supporters what to think were Danny Murphy who has gone on to contribute nothing, and before him Bradley Orr, who is a legend in his own lifetime for being hopeless. Not a happy precedent to be following, Jason!
[quote][p][bold]dallydally[/bold] wrote: Players should leave the talking to the Manager - even when he is inept - and do their own talking via their feet on the pitch. Shut up about "rub of the green" and "I didn't think there was a lot in the Wolves game". Rovers were very poor and its high time Lowe and the others knuckled down and starting playing as though their lives depend on it. Goodness knows they are paid enough![/p][/quote]Hear, hear. I went to the Charlton game and Rovers were useless, absolutely useless, like a team of school boys. Couldn't keep possession and deteriorated into being scared of possession and just booting it down the pitch or, more frequently, out of play. Lowe is right when he says there is a lot to to do on the training pitch and the very first thing it to drill the team into holding their shape. Of course, someone is going to have to decide what that shape is to be and that clearly isn't going to come from the Black/Hendry combo. As for not getting the rub of the green that is rubbish. If Rovers had't had the rub of the green against Charlton they would have lost the match and from what I have heard of other games that would be true of them too or they would have lost by a greater margin. Lowe ought to give up telling the fans what are "must win" games. Just tell us instead when we have a game coming up That isn't a "must win" game. The last players that spent time telling the supporters what to think were Danny Murphy who has gone on to contribute nothing, and before him Bradley Orr, who is a legend in his own lifetime for being hopeless. Not a happy precedent to be following, Jason! Nuttall Street
  • Score: 4

1:10pm Fri 12 Oct 12

eddie the eagle says...

I f I were Jason I would be very worried,under Kean he has gone backwards at an alarming rate and no longer looks to have the potential he did.It is nice to hear upbeat remarks from players when they are playing well and the team is performing otherwise it tends to grate on the long suffering fans.
He is however right in saying it is time to bring pride back to Ewood, a new manager bringing the team together to play as a unit is the way forward.A wrong choice could be terminal.but there is no need to take so long to identify the new man and pursue his appointment.
I f I were Jason I would be very worried,under Kean he has gone backwards at an alarming rate and no longer looks to have the potential he did.It is nice to hear upbeat remarks from players when they are playing well and the team is performing otherwise it tends to grate on the long suffering fans. He is however right in saying it is time to bring pride back to Ewood, a new manager bringing the team together to play as a unit is the way forward.A wrong choice could be terminal.but there is no need to take so long to identify the new man and pursue his appointment. eddie the eagle
  • Score: 3

1:39pm Fri 12 Oct 12

dangerous dave says...

They are all must wins but unfortunatley we dont have the right Manager, right coaches and right players to deliver such a statement so in the meantime it would be best for the players to keep there views to themselves and leave all the nonsense chat to the likes of Singh, Shaw Agnew and Black!!
OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKYS
They are all must wins but unfortunatley we dont have the right Manager, right coaches and right players to deliver such a statement so in the meantime it would be best for the players to keep there views to themselves and leave all the nonsense chat to the likes of Singh, Shaw Agnew and Black!! OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKYS dangerous dave
  • Score: 4

1:49pm Fri 12 Oct 12

benal13 says...

take a leaf out of dunns book and keep your mouth shut or you may end up like him, by loseing respect of the fans by saying stupid things.!!!!!!
take a leaf out of dunns book and keep your mouth shut or you may end up like him, by loseing respect of the fans by saying stupid things.!!!!!! benal13
  • Score: -2

1:56pm Fri 12 Oct 12

Captain Dreckley says...

In the pre venkys era, Rovers had one of the best reputations for developing young players, Duff, Bentley, Gallagher, Jones to name but a few. This was down to sound administration by John Williams and his team as well as highly experienced managers leading a skilled coaching team working closely with the academy. Under Venkys ownership this infrastructure has been ripped out and replaced by the Muppet show and I apologise to Kermit and co for likening them with these clowns. Rovers now take and ruin young players, Goodwillie and Rhodes is going the same way. We will not restore the pride in our club until Venkys have packed up and gone. What would Jack Walker think of the current situation? I dread to think.
Venkys out
In the pre venkys era, Rovers had one of the best reputations for developing young players, Duff, Bentley, Gallagher, Jones to name but a few. This was down to sound administration by John Williams and his team as well as highly experienced managers leading a skilled coaching team working closely with the academy. Under Venkys ownership this infrastructure has been ripped out and replaced by the Muppet show and I apologise to Kermit and co for likening them with these clowns. Rovers now take and ruin young players, Goodwillie and Rhodes is going the same way. We will not restore the pride in our club until Venkys have packed up and gone. What would Jack Walker think of the current situation? I dread to think. Venkys out Captain Dreckley
  • Score: 3

2:16pm Fri 12 Oct 12

inflightmagazine says...

Personally i do like Jason Lowe but as a right back, i have never seen him play particularly well in midfield and he never seems to have a good defence splitting pass in him. I would like to see him settle at right back and get Ribeiro back on the right side of midfield, i dont like the way the side seems to keep changing so much each game as well as the tactics. We started the season trying to pass the ball and then went to kicking it long against middelsborough, i think we are over cooking this league, its a tough league but the quality isnt there, Blackburn need to settle the back four down and work on playing the ball , I think 2 or 3 games with a more settled side and tactics the players understand and can play to and you would see this side playing well.


Right Shebby thats me in the hat, give us a job,
Personally i do like Jason Lowe but as a right back, i have never seen him play particularly well in midfield and he never seems to have a good defence splitting pass in him. I would like to see him settle at right back and get Ribeiro back on the right side of midfield, i dont like the way the side seems to keep changing so much each game as well as the tactics. We started the season trying to pass the ball and then went to kicking it long against middelsborough, i think we are over cooking this league, its a tough league but the quality isnt there, Blackburn need to settle the back four down and work on playing the ball , I think 2 or 3 games with a more settled side and tactics the players understand and can play to and you would see this side playing well. Right Shebby thats me in the hat, give us a job, inflightmagazine
  • Score: 0

2:18pm Fri 12 Oct 12

benal13 says...

Captain Dreckley wrote:
In the pre venkys era, Rovers had one of the best reputations for developing young players, Duff, Bentley, Gallagher, Jones to name but a few. This was down to sound administration by John Williams and his team as well as highly experienced managers leading a skilled coaching team working closely with the academy. Under Venkys ownership this infrastructure has been ripped out and replaced by the Muppet show and I apologise to Kermit and co for likening them with these clowns. Rovers now take and ruin young players, Goodwillie and Rhodes is going the same way. We will not restore the pride in our club until Venkys have packed up and gone. What would Jack Walker think of the current situation? I dread to think.
Venkys out
bentley came from arsenal i think!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Captain Dreckley[/bold] wrote: In the pre venkys era, Rovers had one of the best reputations for developing young players, Duff, Bentley, Gallagher, Jones to name but a few. This was down to sound administration by John Williams and his team as well as highly experienced managers leading a skilled coaching team working closely with the academy. Under Venkys ownership this infrastructure has been ripped out and replaced by the Muppet show and I apologise to Kermit and co for likening them with these clowns. Rovers now take and ruin young players, Goodwillie and Rhodes is going the same way. We will not restore the pride in our club until Venkys have packed up and gone. What would Jack Walker think of the current situation? I dread to think. Venkys out[/p][/quote]bentley came from arsenal i think!!!!! benal13
  • Score: 0

2:31pm Fri 12 Oct 12

pbirty says...

benal13 wrote:
take a leaf out of dunns book and keep your mouth shut or you may end up like him, by loseing respect of the fans by saying stupid things.!!!!!!
hey. how about dunny for manager.he loves rovers, lives locally and is an ex player(apparently) lol.
[quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: take a leaf out of dunns book and keep your mouth shut or you may end up like him, by loseing respect of the fans by saying stupid things.!!!!!![/p][/quote]hey. how about dunny for manager.he loves rovers, lives locally and is an ex player(apparently) lol. pbirty
  • Score: 0

3:02pm Fri 12 Oct 12

Ryanb74 says...

I think we got the 'rub of the green' in the first handful of games when we were rubbish and still managed to win. Now we have to start winning on merit and an experience manager can start to coach players into their roles. We need a starting 11 that plays in their positions week in, week out, not constant chopping and changing.
I think we got the 'rub of the green' in the first handful of games when we were rubbish and still managed to win. Now we have to start winning on merit and an experience manager can start to coach players into their roles. We need a starting 11 that plays in their positions week in, week out, not constant chopping and changing. Ryanb74
  • Score: 0

3:25pm Fri 12 Oct 12

davemal says...

pbirty says...

hey. how about dunny for manager.he loves rovers, lives locally and is an ex player(apparently) lol.

He probably will be one day but that is a way in the future, asuming Rovers survive the mess they are in now.
pbirty says... hey. how about dunny for manager.he loves rovers, lives locally and is an ex player(apparently) lol. He probably will be one day but that is a way in the future, asuming Rovers survive the mess they are in now. davemal
  • Score: 0

3:43pm Fri 12 Oct 12

noddymcleod says...

Dunny, as the senior player, went to see Shabby and told him politely that Shabby was out of order mocking MGP in public. Dunny hasn't started since.
I think that Dunny has been a good, loyal, if sometimes naive, Roverite and thought he was passed it...until I saw Murphy. At least Dunny DOES love Rovers. He's my tip for player manager when we go bust.
As to Lowe, the Rovers management just works its way through the gullable members of the team to make a "positive" statement each week.
Dunny, as the senior player, went to see Shabby and told him politely that Shabby was out of order mocking MGP in public. Dunny hasn't started since. I think that Dunny has been a good, loyal, if sometimes naive, Roverite and thought he was passed it...until I saw Murphy. At least Dunny DOES love Rovers. He's my tip for player manager when we go bust. As to Lowe, the Rovers management just works its way through the gullable members of the team to make a "positive" statement each week. noddymcleod
  • Score: 1

3:43pm Fri 12 Oct 12

Rovers 1495 says...

http://www.sportsmol
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ckburn-rovers/news/b
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Does this sound a bit like 'I know I'm going to be manager' ?
http://www.sportsmol e.co.uk/football/bla ckburn-rovers/news/b lack-plans-to-keep-d unn_49630.html Does this sound a bit like 'I know I'm going to be manager' ? Rovers 1495
  • Score: 1

4:27pm Fri 12 Oct 12

blazerafe says...

Memorised how Lowe still gets a start at RM, himself, Olsson (Real) and Etuhu are all defensive minded. Olsson doesnt really want to play for us so he gives it about 40% most of the time and Murphy and Etuhu are just LAZY. I feel sorry for players like Rochina and Vukcevic who have the credentials and the ability to play in RM and CAM roles and yet have these players starting ahead of them.
Memorised how Lowe still gets a start at RM, himself, Olsson (Real) and Etuhu are all defensive minded. Olsson doesnt really want to play for us so he gives it about 40% most of the time and Murphy and Etuhu are just LAZY. I feel sorry for players like Rochina and Vukcevic who have the credentials and the ability to play in RM and CAM roles and yet have these players starting ahead of them. blazerafe
  • Score: 0

5:02pm Fri 12 Oct 12

rovertakenmb says...

Lowe seems a nice enough lad and good luck to him in all that he does but it is time for him to start putting in a few big performances. We have been listening to rallying calls from underperforming players for nearly 2 years now. Read all about it...

"Agents, Rovers and Cricket Loving Owners"

OUT NOW on AMAZON and www.rovertaken at the discounted price of £7.99
Lowe seems a nice enough lad and good luck to him in all that he does but it is time for him to start putting in a few big performances. We have been listening to rallying calls from underperforming players for nearly 2 years now. Read all about it... "Agents, Rovers and Cricket Loving Owners" OUT NOW on AMAZON and www.rovertaken at the discounted price of £7.99 rovertakenmb
  • Score: 0

8:04pm Fri 12 Oct 12

Captain Dreckley says...

Captain Dreckley wrote:
In the pre venkys era, Rovers had one of the best reputations for developing young players, Duff, Bentley, Gallagher, Jones to name but a few. This was down to sound administration by John Williams and his team as well as highly experienced managers leading a skilled coaching team working closely with the academy. Under Venkys ownership this infrastructure has been ripped out and replaced by the Muppet show and I apologise to Kermit and co for likening them with these clowns. Rovers now take and ruin young players, Goodwillie and Rhodes is going the same way. We will not restore the pride in our club until Venkys have packed up and gone. What would Jack Walker think of the current situation? I dread to think.
Venkys out
Bentley was a bit part kid at Arsenal. Rovers transformed him into a regular premier league player, the first to score a premier league hatrick against Man Utd and people describing him as the next Beckham. That's development in my book.
[quote][p][bold]Captain Dreckley[/bold] wrote: In the pre venkys era, Rovers had one of the best reputations for developing young players, Duff, Bentley, Gallagher, Jones to name but a few. This was down to sound administration by John Williams and his team as well as highly experienced managers leading a skilled coaching team working closely with the academy. Under Venkys ownership this infrastructure has been ripped out and replaced by the Muppet show and I apologise to Kermit and co for likening them with these clowns. Rovers now take and ruin young players, Goodwillie and Rhodes is going the same way. We will not restore the pride in our club until Venkys have packed up and gone. What would Jack Walker think of the current situation? I dread to think. Venkys out[/p][/quote]Bentley was a bit part kid at Arsenal. Rovers transformed him into a regular premier league player, the first to score a premier league hatrick against Man Utd and people describing him as the next Beckham. That's development in my book. Captain Dreckley
  • Score: 0

11:49am Sun 14 Oct 12

MatthewCA says...

What Pride , because of Lowe's own goal in the first match with Ispitch , we lost two points. this cause Kean's Job also. Ohtherwise stll we will be up in the table.
What Pride , because of Lowe's own goal in the first match with Ispitch , we lost two points. this cause Kean's Job also. Ohtherwise stll we will be up in the table. MatthewCA
  • Score: 0

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