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An American teen actor and heart throb has made an official complaint to a computer games firm after it scrapped his favourite team - Bristol Rovers.
Disney star Jake Short sent a tweet to EA Sports asking why the non-league side wasn't in the new Fifa 15 game.
Jake, 17, has appeared in Dexter and is playing Fletcher Quimby in the TV comedy A.N.T Farm and also, it appears, a fan of die-hard grassroots football.
The teen star tweeted his 800,000 followers asking why Bristol Rovers, currently sixth in the Football Conference, isn't in the latest Fifa game.
@easports Could you please tell me why you guys decided to take Bristol Rovers out of FIFA 15? Any explanation would be appreciated.
It is not known if the actor has any connection with Bristol but there is a simple explanation. The football simulator game has yet to licence the Conference so when Rovers fell from League Two, they also lost their place in the game.
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Bristol Rovers Football Club are investigating allegations of racism - after an opposition goalkeeper claimed he was abused by a fan.Read the full story ›
Bristol Rovers Football Club have released a statement saying they will conduct a full investigation after a visiting goalkeeper was racially abused.
Dartford Keeper Jason Brown was abused by one or more Rovers supporters who were stood on the terrace behind his goal during the match last night.
The police are also involved in the investigation.
Any supporters found to have been involved in the incident will be prosecuted and banned from this football club for life.
Bristol Rovers operates a zero tolerance approach to abusive behaviour and, after all of our efforts to eliminate racial abuse from the Memorial Stadium, we are devastated at last night’s incident.
A small minority of so called supporters are bringing our club into disrepute and we run the risk of attracting a punishment from the Football Association should we continue to experience problems such as this.
Just one week after the Eastleigh Chairman praised the behaviour of our supporters, we are now investigating a very serious matter that happened in our own stadium and it is imperative that those responsible for last night’s incident are caught and punished.
After stringing together an unbeaten run of six consecutive games, Bristol Rovers manager Darrell Clarke says he and his team are "confident but not overconfident" of what they want to achieve. Namely, achieving promotion from the Conference.
Rovers host Dover at the Memorial Stadium this weekend knowing that a sixth win in seven outings could catapult the club up to third in the table.
The Pirates had two players sent off in their midweek draw away at Eastleigh, however, and Clarke stresses the importance of keeping his team on the pitch and fit.
"We have got a mall squad, so it's important that we don't pick up too many suspensions and injuries. The games come thick and fast - this is our 14th game already and we're only in the early stages of October"
In a statement after his resignation from Bristol Rovers Geoff Dunford asks fans to continue to support their team.
"My participation over the last two years has dwindled to mostly giving financial support and I hope the board can find someone young and energetic to replace me. In Chris Jelf and Edward Ware the club have two people who can lead us to better things. They are prepared to work hard with Nick to bring about a change in our fortunes. It will not happen overnight, but please show patience."
"To all Gasheads, please back your team in their hour of need. Positivity is so important."
You can read the full statement here
"My family have been pressuring me to step down for a while. I did resign in February of this year, when the team was moving up the League 2 table, but I was persuaded to stay on by the Chairman and Toni Watola.
Relegation was a great disappointment to me after nearly 30 years of service to Bristol Rovers, and I am still not over the pain of it."