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The number 37 was not used in English league football until the introduction of squad numbers into the club game. This was initially done by the Premier League in 1993, followed by the Football League in 1999.

Only one player has scored a league goal for Rovers while wearing the number 37, when Danny Williams netted the opener in a 3–0 victory over York City on 27 March 2004. Defender Danny Senda has worn the 37 in more league games than anyone else, making 15 appearances during the 2010–11 season.

N.B. stats last updated on 3 May 2012.

Players who have worn shirt number 37
YearsPlayerNationPositionGamesaGoalsa
2000Rob WolleastonEng EnglandMid0 (4)0
2004Danny WilliamsWal WalesMid6 (0)1
2004–2005Elliott WardEng EnglandDef0 (3)0
2005Chris CarruthersEng EnglandDef2 (3)0
2005–2006Matt ThorneEng EnglandMid0 (0)0
2009–2010Jordan TillsonbEng EnglandDef0 (0)0
2011Danny SendaEng EnglandDef15 (0)0
2012Tom ParkesEng EnglandDef14 (0)0
Total37 (10)1
Notes
N.B. Nationality is defined as the country represented by a player at any level of international football, or their country of birth if they have never played internationally.

a League games (+substitute appearances) played and goals scored while wearing the number 37.

b A number of the under-18 team were given squad numbers during the 2009–10 season. This includes Jordan Tillson, son of Andy Tillson, who is listed here despite never having been given a pro contract or included in the first team squad.

StatsEdit

  • Number of league games played from the start of the 1999–00 season and the end of 2012–13: 644
  • Number of appearances by players wearing number 37: 47
  • Percentage of Rovers games featuring a number 37: 7.3%

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