Green Un 11th September 2006
September 12, 2006
A sad week at the Supporters Club this week has seen the resignation of BRSC Chair John Malyckyj after serving for the last two years on the committee.
There is no doubt that being the Chair of a voluntary organisation like BRSC is always going to present problems, some of which will always take a lot of thought and time to find solutions for. Added to this, the recent modernisation of the way the BRSC Committee works has added to the work load too, though only in the short term. The fact is, we need extra help. The same people have been doing the voluntary macth day duties for years now, and we need new blood. If you can help, please contact Pirate Leisure or 199 and let us have your contact details and hours of availability. Alternatively, you can leave us a message via the contact us section of our website, www.bristolroverssc.co.uk
It goes without saying that the Committee of BRSC would like to echo the football clubs thank to John and his long suffering family for his limitless support and enthusiasm to the cause over the years and hope he enjoys the new experience of just being an ordinary supporter.
Gasheads were also pleased to welcome Ricky Lambert as a Rovers player last week for his substitute appearance against Stockport at Edgeley Park. He takes the departed Junior Agogos’ number 9 and had a hand in Richard Walkers goal.
Regular readers will recall our fantastic team kit offer in last weeks edition of the Evening Post. We are seeking teams who need new kit for their team. Just tell us why you think it should be YOUR TEAM that should benefit. Tell us what it is that sets you apart from the others and send your application to [email protected] Applications will only be accepted via email and lucky winners will be notified by email and through these pages.
Finally some fixture changes news. Rovers Boxing Day match at Edgar Street against Hereford has been brought forward to a 12.30pm kick off on police advice, so please ensure your travel arrangements are planned accordingly. It’s a chance to have a beer free Christmas Day!