Manager/Coach Bristol Rovers Protest?

Wandering Yellow

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If Karl is not gone Saturday, is this the best way the supporters can send a message, and how many people would be willing to get involved?
 
They KNOW the feeling of the fans already. A boycott won't add to that.

The million dollar questions every fan should be asking is why they are doing nothing and why KR is untouchable. I suspect the answer is worrying.
 
Boycott is stupid.

Fans singing Robinson Out from the off is needed. Won’t happen though because our support is pathetic. Even given the opportunity yesterday the away end clapped the players.
 
They KNOW the feeling of the fans already. A boycott won't add to that.

The million dollar questions every fan should be asking is why they are doing nothing and why KR is untouchable. I suspect the answer is worrying.
TW’s welcome party got a bit out of hand and KR has photos in a brown envelope…?
 
Turn up and boo whenever he goes into the technical area
 
Everyone against the current regime meets at the hill at the fence end at 12pm.

Bring banners, flairs and anything else you want. Nobody goes in until 12.40
 
Boycott is stupid.

Fans singing Robinson Out from the off is needed. Won’t happen though because our support is pathetic. Even given the opportunity yesterday the away end clapped the players.
I would of been. But due to the early KO I’ll be struggling to make it due to my Sons football. Glad TVP consider these things.
 
Boycott is stupid.

Fans singing Robinson Out from the off is needed. Won’t happen though because our support is pathetic. Even given the opportunity yesterday the away end clapped the players.
Not pathetic, apathetic, I take your point. Yesterday there was a loud minority of about 7, to the far right behind the goals at the front, who made themselves heard, whilst the rest around looked in astonishment. The rest of the crowd didnt seem to want to join in.

All the bravado on the forum, and bluster about chanting robinson out is then never duplicated in the ground or away. Yesterday was the perfect opportunity, to really show him what the fans think.

Look at how coordinated Charlton and Coventry have been, it needs to be agreed and everyone who believes we need a change of manager sign up to it, 100%.
Forget this, we must support the team whilst the game is play, we're way past this now.
 
Not pathetic, apathetic, I take your point. Yesterday there was a loud minority of about 7, to the far right behind the goals at the front, who made themselves heard, whilst the rest around looked in astonishment. The rest of the crowd didnt seem to want to join in.

All the bravado on the forum, and bluster about chanting robinson out is then never duplicated in the ground or away. Yesterday was the perfect opportunity, to really show him what the fans think.

Look at how coordinated Charlton and Coventry have been, it needs to be agreed and everyone who believes we need a change of manager sign up to it, 100%.
Forget this, we must support the team whilst the game is play, we're way past this now.

Funny Mellow, I was one of those ‘7’ and yet, for someone who is so anti KR you were nowhere to be seen.

Dare I call you a keyboard warrior? You’re happy to be vocal behind your keyboard but have nothing to back up your opinion in the flesh.

Mellow reflects a vast majority of the fan base….soft and silent.

If you’re not willing to back those that want KR out and sing for him to go, that’s fine. But, don’t sit/stand and say “support the players” and stand there and not support the players - at no point in the second half did the away end create any kind of supportive atmosphere- and you’re a part of that.

Stop being a keyboard warrior and stand by what you actually post.
 
Everyone against the current regime meets at the hill at the fence end at 12pm.

Bring banners, flairs and anything else you want. Nobody goes in until 12.40

Forgot it was a 12.30 kick off until you posted this!
See you at the fence end
 
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