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November 28, 2015

Are you looking for that special Christmas BOOK for a Bristol Rovers supporter?

One of these THREE books might just be the perfect gift.

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Keith Brookman has compiled a BRFC yearbook for the club’s one season in the Vanarama Conference.

Call into the BRSC shop in Kingswood and pick up a copy of this highly recommended publication.

To order:- CLICK HERE

The book, entitled The Long Road Back, is available at a cost of  just £7.99.

A complete record of a campaign that ended in a return to the Football league at the first attempt.

This publication is a permanent reminder of an eventful season in words and photos.

It might become a treasured possession that takes pride of place in a prime spot in your bookcase.

Whatever your motivation in buying this book it is one Rovers publication that deserves to be read.

 

Are you struggling to find the right Christmas present for a diehard Bristol Rovers supporter?

Look no further.

A Season to Remember Book

Bristol Rovers, Haddrell, Ian, New Book

One of the most memorable dates in Bristol Rovers history is undoubtedly the 2nd of May 1990.

It is now 25 years since:-

♣ Bristol Rovers first ever visit to Wembley,

♣ ♣ The promotion clinching 3-0 victory over the Robins at Twerton Park, and

♣ ♣ ♣ That unexpected 3rd Division title.

This treasured book is the special Christmas gift for a family member or friend.

It will bring great memories flooding back and a broad blue smile might just appear on the face of the recipient .

Call into the BRSC cabin at The Wycombe Match or go to 199 Two Mile Hill Road.

The popular AWAY THE GAS book might be the one for you.

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Martin Bull has suggested this book could be filed under Tragic Life Stories.

He wallows in the Highs, the Lows, and the Arguments.

He looks back at the times we Lost, the Wet or Hideously Late games and the Great Journeys Home.

This collection is by Rovers supporters for their fellow unhinged friends.

You may well not be enthralled but the unwise and suffering Bristol Rovers supporters will love it.

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