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by James1980 at 19:20 18 Jan 2019
What are the chances the game will be called off tomorrow due to weather conditions
|Fleetwood Win - How Important?|
by jonahwhereru at 17:59 18 Jan 2019
Last season taught me that suggested must win games where you don’t win are an anxiety attack that passes. Blackpool (include myself in this) was one of many touted must win games in which we didn’t do the job, but we still stayed up.
Tomorrow we could drop into the bottom four if results don’t go our way, but it is to early to call it a must win game for the club. From the fans perspective though I think a win is very important tomorrow, to address valid concerns about home form. The main objective for me tomorrow is to stop the rot of league losses and to give a performance that encourages the crowd on the day and for the future. Here’s hoping.
Other than Wade in goal being a shoe in (must be his turn by now, have no idea on team selection. Although hope both the Ethan’s have not upset anyone and will start.
|Humphrys signs |
by ONTHEUP at 19:37 17 Jan 2019
According to sky sports due to sign permanent deal with Southend
|Possible Train Disruption On Saturday|
by Ninco at 18:34 17 Jan 2019
If anyone travels to the game by train, I've just heard that most of the train drivers will be going on strike at 5pm on Saturday, so it might be worth planning how you will get home.
by davidab2202 at 20:06 16 Jan 2019
Presumably in the stand on Saturday having been given 2 match touchline ban
by SaxonDale at 19:41 16 Jan 2019
Top trolling of Derby County tonight. Following their complaints over ‘spygate’ he has explained that his team watch hundreds of hours of videos per team to analysis tactics, personnel and set pieces, then condences this into short information. To prove such he did a 45 minute presentation highlighting all of Derby’s tactics to the national press- including all of Leed’s individual notes on particular players. Will be interesting to see what happens going forward. Don’t think it’s over by any stretch of the imagination.
by SuddenLad at 17:42 15 Jan 2019
Joins Southend United on loan.....
|PSA testing at Spotland Saturday 19th Jan|
by ColDale at 06:53 15 Jan 2019
Supporters are reminded that, prior to our home match against Fleetwood Town on Saturday 19th January, the Club are holding a PSA testing day.
Held in conjunction with the Barry Kilby Prostate Cancer Appeal (BKPCA), it tests for prostate cancer – a disease which affects one in eight men in the UK.
All men aged 50 and over, or 45 and over with a family history of cancer, are welcome to attend. Testing will be done between 11am and 2pm in the Study Centre, located on Willbutts Lane.
The test measures the amount of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in your blood, and around 2,000 men have been tested to date and least 100 lives have been saved by this approach.
Those being tested will be asked for a minimum £5 donation, with the Barry Kilby Prostate Cancer Appeal funding the remainder of the test’s costs.
In 2015, following his own diagnosis, Burnley’s vice-chairman Barry Kilby launched the appeal to provide opportunities for men to be tested for prostate cancer – a disease which affects one in eight men in the UK.
Initially launched at the Premier League club, other clubs from the Premier League and the EFL, including Charlton Athletic and Portsmouth, have arranged a testing day at their club. Keen for Dale fans to benefit from this potentially life-saving initiative, we are the latest to add our support to it.
Barry Kilby said: “I’m delighted that Rochdale Football Club have got involved.
“One of the problems with prostate cancer, as it was with me, is that it becomes advanced before you see any symptoms.
“This blood test will show if there is something wrong and act as the warning in the early stages. We’ve saved well over 100 lives doing it like this.
“When we first launched this at Burnley, we ran out of needles! We thought we’d get around 200 – we actually got to 400 and odd.
“It’s gaining now and it has been really successful way of getting men tested, using the football link.
“I hope as many people as possible get themselves tested on the day – I can’t stress enough how important it is to do so.”
Dale Manager Keith Hill will be amongst those tested on the day.
Joe Thompson and Ollie Rathbone recently attended Rochdale Infirmary to officially launch the promotion of the event, handing out leaflets to outpatients with the help of our Community Trust team.
In addition, thanks to our friends at the Pennine Acute Trust, leaflets will be distributed to over 500 homes across the Borough in the next few weeks.
by 442Dale at 20:30 14 Jan 2019
Few things from tonight:
The board acknowledged the strength of feeling around Hill’s comments about supporters after games. They are also encouraging him to be more open with fans.
They have confidence in the manager.
Season ticket prices won’t be increased next year.
by blackdogblue at 18:05 14 Jan 2019
Wagner leaves Huddersfield , not far for KH to travel & compo?
by Dale92 at 13:40 14 Jan 2019
19 year old, right winger, who scored for Citehs under 23s against us, just signed a new deal with City, who are now looking to loan him out for experience, worth a shot?
|Tonights fans forum|
by seasidedale at 10:12 14 Jan 2019
I cant make tonights forum, will there be a feed on twitter tonight does anyone know?