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2010–11 matches
League One
TeamHomeAway
Bournemouth1–01–2
Brentford0–00–1
Brighton2–42–2
Carlisle1–10–4
Charlton2–21–1
Colchester0–11–2
Dag & Red0–23–0
Exeter0–22–2
Hartlepool0–02–2
Huddersfield0–11–0
L Orient0–31–4
MK Dons1–20–2
Notts County2–11–0
Oldham1–01–1
Peterborough2–20–3
Plymouth2–31–3
Rochdale2–11–3
Sheff Wed1–12–6
Southampton0–40–1
Swindon3–11–2
Tranmere0–11–0
Walsall2–21–6
Yeovil2–11–0
FA Cup
TeamH/A
DarlingtonA1–2
League Cup
TeamH/A
Oxford UA1–6
League Trophy
TeamH/A
Aldershot TH1–0
WycombeA6–3
ExeterH2–2

The post-Dave Penney era began with a victory for new caretaker player-boss Stuart Campbell, thanks to a single goal victory over Tranmere Rovers in this League One clash.

Rovers had lost eight of their previous nine matches, culminating in the sacking of Penney, but a first half goal from Chris Lines ensured that Campbell would have a winning start to his managerial career.

Match detailsEdit

Tranmere Rovers0–1Bristol Rovers
(0–1 HT)Lines (19)
at Prenton Park attendance: 4,110
Lineups
1 Tony Warner 36 Conrad Logan
3 Aaron Cresswell 37 Danny Senda
5 Ian Goodison 6 James Tunnicliffe
6 Mark McChrystal 19 Cian Bolger
Sub-off 12 Ash Taylor 3 Gary Sawyer Yellow
Sub-off 24 Zoumana Bakayogo 20 Charlie Reece Sub-off
8 John Welsh 4 Chris Lines Ball
9 Andy Robinson 7 Stuart Campbell Yellow
10 Robbie Weir 35 Gavin Williams Sub-off
Sub-off 25 Joss Labadie 11 Jeff Hughes
7 Enoch Showunmi 8 Will Hoskins
Substitutes
13 Joe Collister 13 Mike Green
14 Nick Wood 9 Rene Howe
17 Michael Kay 18 Eliot Richards Sub-on Yellow
18 Maxime Blanchard 22 Harry Pell Sub-on
Sub-on 26 Adam McGurk 25 George Booth
Sub-on 27 Lucas Akins 26 Mark Cooper
Sub-on 35 Lateef Elford-Alliyu

TimelineEdit

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