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SquadEdit

NoNatNamePosLeagueFA CupWorthington CupAW ShieldTotal
AppsGlsAppsGlsAppsGlsAppsGlsAppsGls
1WalLee JonesGK360104010420
2EngDavid PritchardDef211004010261
3EngTrevor ChallisDef401103010451
4EngSteve FosterDef431104020501
5EngAndy ThomsonDef433104010493
6EngAndy TillsonDef431104010491
7TriRonnie MaugéMid220104020290
8EngDavid HillierMid390104010450
9WalMichael MeakerMid2000100030
10EngJamie CuretonFwd46221041215324
11GrnJason RobertsFwd41221043204825
12EngRobbie PethickDef412104020482
14EngMark SmithMid0000000000
15LvaVitālijs AstafjevsMid162000000162
15/36[1]SweMarcus AndreassonDef6000000060
16EngMichael TroughtDef4000001050
17FraStéphane LéoniDef8000100090
18EngNathan EllingtonFwd384101020424
19EngFrankie BennettMid100001010120
20NedMichel KuipersGK0000000000
21EngJamie ShoreMid0000000000
22EngLee ZabekMid4010000050
23EngTom WhiteDef3000001040
24EngBobby ZamoraFwd4010100060
25EngRay JohnstonGK0000000000
26EngRob TreesDef101001010121
27EngIan HollowayMid0000000000
28EngGary PenriceMid3010000040
29EngBrian ParkinGK3000001040
29EngStuart J TaylorGK4000000040
30EngMark WaltersMid309000020329
31EngSimon BryantMid150003000180
32IrlShaun ByrneDef2000002040
32TriNigel PierreFwd3000000030
33EngClinton EllisFwd0000000000
33EngRhys EvansGK4000000040
34EngLewis HoggMid0000000000
35EngJordan StewartMid4000000040
37EngRob WolleastonMid4000000040

KitEdit

Kit-1999-00

Bristol Rovers team kit for the 1999-00 season. Copyright Historical Football Kits and reproduced by kind permission.


FixturesEdit

Pre-seasonEdit

Rovers played nine pre-season friendlies before the 1999-00 season, the most notable of which was Lee Martin's testimonial game against Manchester United. Although fielding a weakened side, the team included David Beckham, Paul Scholes and Ole Gunnar Solskjær. The club also hosted a Queens Park Rangers side at the Memorial Stadium.

DateOpponentVenueResultScorers
17 JulySlough TownAway1-1Cureton (pen)
17 JulyBridgwater Town[2]Away1-1Pethick
20 JulyGloucester CityAway1-0Roberts
21 JulyWeston-super-MareAway4-2Cureton, Challis, Roberts, o.g.
24 JulyOxford CityAway5-1Cureton (4, 1 pen), Maugé
24 JulyBath City[2]Away2-0Meaker, Bennett
26 JulyQueens Park RangersHome3-0Roberts, Thomson, Foster
30 JulyManchester UnitedHome2-2Cureton (2)
31 JulyClevedon Town[2]Away1-2Ellington

SeasonEdit

DateCompetitionOpponentVenueResultScorers
7 AugustDivision TwoBrentfordHome0-0
10 AugustLeague CupLuton TownAway2-0Roberts (2)
14 AuguatDivision TwoGillinghamAway1-0Roberts
21 AuguatDivision TwoOxford UnitedHome1-0Roberts
25 AugustLeague CupLuton TownHome2-2Roberts, Cureton
28 AugustDivision TwoWrexhamAway1-2Cureton
30 AuguatDivision TwoBurnleyHome1-0Cureton (pen)
4 SeptemberDivision TwoScunthorpe UnitedAway2-0Roberts (2)
11 SeptemberDivision TwoWigan AthleticAway1-3Roberts
14 SeptemberLeague CupBirmingham CityAway0-2
18 SeptemberDivision TwoOldham AthleticHome3-2Cureton (2), Foster
21 SeptemberLeague CupBirmingham CityHome0-1
25 SeptemberDivision TwoNotts CountyAway2-0Cureton, Tillson
2 OctoberDivision TwoBlackpoolHome3-1Cureton (2), Roberts
9 OctoberDivision TwoCardiff CityHome1-1Thomson
17 OctoberDivision TwoBristol CityHome0-0

NotesEdit

  1. Marcus Andreasson started the season as number 15, left the club to play for Kalmar FF, then re-joined Rovers as number 36 as Vitālijs Astafjevs had been given the 15 shirt in the mean time.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Friendly played by a Bristol Rovers XI, rather than the full first team squad.

SourceEdit

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