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A Friendly Update-Bristol Rovers

The Clarets have already started to put together their pre-season friendly games and have so far announed three away games that will be played in the summer, the latest being against Bristol Rovers at the Memorial Stadium on Tuesday 19th July.(7:45 pm Kick-Off)

Rovers were relegated from League 1 this season.

Earlier announcements during the week also confirmed the Clarets would travel to play League 1, Oldham Athletic in a pre-season friendly.

Burnley will face the League One side at Boundary Park on Tuesday, July 26 (kick-off 7.45pm).

Admission is 10 with 5 concessions.

It was also announced we would be playing non-league Altrincham. The friendly at Altrincham`s Moss Lane ground has been confirmed for Saturday, July 9 (kick-off 3pm).

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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 14 2011

Time: 9:48AM

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Might be going to the Rovers game, have a week off that week!! Not been to this ground before. You up for it CP?
turfmanphil
I'll try and get to this one too. Wonder if Eddie is putting a south west based tour together ?
RickersTwickers
I'm pretty sure that we will play Bournemouth away, too. I wonder if we'll actually get a home tie?
whentheballmoves
I hope so since the pitch is now sorted
turfmanphil
We can add newly promoted Bury to our list, Tuesday, July 12 (kick-off 7.45pm).
8clarets8
Probably have to say no, tmp, as I can't get from Bristol back home after an evening KO. Also, isn't Rovers' stadium way out in the countryside somewhere? Or was it just a City fan who told me that, with the inference that Rovers are a bunch of bumpkins, I think was his message? I'm setting my pre-season sights on Bournemouth... and Spurs also at Dean Court. Plus maybe a run out for the reserves against Bashley there too? (I don't think Bashley's playing surface is good enough to play there sadly?) Then may I suggest Gers on the Turf, given how wonderfully our boy Laffs did in scoring a hat-trick as they secured yet anouther title?
Couch Potato
 

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