Its a Tuesday afternoon in early July, and its pissing it down, so what better time than now to bring our pictorial review of the season just passed to a conclusion. If nothing else it will distract me from the fact that I came to work in shorts and didn’t pack the canoe I’m looking likely to need for my return journey. So, here for your delectation are our the second dirty dozen images of the 2010-11 season captured impulsively using nothing more than the humble camera setting on my mobile phone. Try to remember as you look through these pictures that I’ve had no formal photography training… incredibly, this is all self-taught.
As with the first dozen images brought to you yesterday there are a few departures from Rovers matches to other games which featured in my season of football watching. And again, the pictures are not a full representation of the matches attended… it’s just that the majority of the others would, if included, serve as my epitaph as Football Data Co’s heavies loomed into view and dragged me away from my computer by my ankles. No-one wants that… not until its brightened up a bit anyway.
Not the most palatial of palaces (Crystal Palace 1-0 Doncaster Rovers)
Billy Sharp; the star atop of the Christmas tree (formation)
Rovers players huddle up (Doncaster Rovers 0-3 Reading)
Molin-me Molineux (Wolves 5-0 Doncaster Rovers)
The New Den, not imposing in anyway (Millwall 1-0 Doncaster Rovers)
A reunion with Theo Streete (Worcester City 1-2 Alfreton Town)
A rare full-house at the Millennium Stadium (Wales 0-2 England)
Issue 52 of Popular Stand (my first as editor) goes on sale (Doncaster Rovers 0-0 Crystal Palace)
St Georges Day at Oxford Street (Rossington Main 1-2 Shirebrook Town)
A Rovers fan tries to get his bearings at Oakwell (Barnsley 2-2 Doncaster Rovers)
Making the Keepmoat a touch more personal (Doncaster Rovers 1-1 Leicester City)
Another season over at Viva Towers