Brian Flynn looks ahead to Doncaster Rovers against Carlisle
Doncaster Rovers manager Brian Flynn talks to our sports reporter Chris Dawkes ahead of his side's game against Carlisle on Tuesday night. Donny beat Tranmere on Saturday 1-0 thanks to a goal from talismanic skipper Rob Jones.
The win kept Rovers 2 points clear at the top of League 1 and 7 clear of Yeovil in third.
About 80 school children from local primary schools have attended an event supported by Doncaster Council to tackle racism in sport and everyday life.
Organised by the anti-racist educational charity Show Racism the Red Card and hosted for the fifth time by Doncaster Rovers Football Club, the event at the Keepmoat Stadium gave the children an insight into racism and how to fight it.
Doncaster Rovers Manager Brian Flynn said: “There is no part in football for racism and events like this to educate young people are essential. We have to work together to take racism out of not just football but daily life as well"
The children looked at stereotypes and watched an educational DVD and had a chance to ask questions of a panel including players and Peter Davies.
Doncaster Rovers look set to lose their manager Dean Saunders, after giving him permission to talk to Championship side Wolves, who sacked Stale Solbakken after their humiliating FA Cup exit at non-League Luton.
Rovers say they won't stand in Saunders' way, but will try to keep him at the club.