Bristol Rovers are through to the second round of the FA Cup after winning 3-2 at York in last night's replay. Watch the goals here.
Bristol Rovers have announced that manager John Ward has agreed a new one-year rolling contract with the club.
There's a West Country derby tonight in League Two as Bristol Rovers take on Exeter City at the Memorial Stadium.
A petition calling for a new stadium for Bristol Rovers will be handed in to 10 Downing Street later. Almost 13,000 signatures support the plans for the current site to be sold to Sainsbury's and a new stadium built in Stoke Gifford.
A rival group is worried about the impact a supermarket would have on the local area.
Bristol Rovers have beaten Burton Albion 2-0 at the Memorial Stadium tonight.
David Clarkson broke the deadlock with a header 20 minutes from time. And John-Joe O'Toole doubled the advantage shortly after.
Bristol Rovers' League 2 match against Bury has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
Cheltenham's game versus Wycombe has also been called off because of the weather.
Bristol Rovers have signed free agent Steven Gillespie on a short term contract.
The former Cheltenham Town and Bristol City striker has signed until the end of the season.
The 28-year-old is well known to manager John Ward after working with him at both Colchester and Cheltenham.
Rovers Chairman Nick Higgs said on the club's official website: “We are delighted that Steven has joined the club to add some much needed competition up front.
“He is an experienced striker, with a good goal scoring record, which we hope he can replicate here.”
Bristol Rovers' home game against Accrington this evening is still on but the referee will make a second pitch inspection at 5pm
It's been a disappointing night for the West Country's football teams.
Both Bristol clubs have been knocked out of the FA Cup. Rovers lost their third round tie at Birmingham 3-0, while City went down 2-0 in their replay at Watford.
And in League One, Swindon Town were beaten 2-0 at bottom-of-the-table Stevenage.
Bristol City play Watford tonight in an FA Cup third round replay. The teams drew 1-1 at Ashton Gate 10 days ago. The winners will face either Manchester City or Blackburn who play tomorrow.
Bristol Rovers are also in third round action this evening. They take on Birmingham City for the right to play Swansea.
Bristol Rovers are through to the third round of the FA Cup after a dramatic win at Crawley last night. Rovers trailed 1-0 going into the closing stages, but late goals from Eliot Richards and John-Joe O'Toole transformed the game.
Rovers will now travel to Birmingham City in the third round on Tuesday, with Premier League side Swansea City awaiting the winners.
John-Joe O'Toole hit a dramatic stoppage-time winner as Bristol Rovers came from behind to clinch an FA Cup third-round tie at Birmingham with a 2-1 win at League One Crawley.
O'Toole edged his side through in the first minute of added time with a low shot at the near post.
Crawley started well and went ahead on 14 minutes when Nicky Adams crossed perfectly and Jamie Proctor headed in at the far post, before Elliot Richards equalised with seven to go.
Rovers travel to Birmingham next Tuesday (14th), and the winners will be at home to Premier League Swansea City in the fourth round at the end of January.
Bristol Rovers' Chairman Nick Higgs has issued a statement on the club's website denying rumours that the club was facing financial difficulties.
As the team prepared for their twice postponed FA Cup replay at Crawley tonight Mr Higgs told supporters:
“I was surprised at the belated reaction to the last annual accounts approved by the shareholders back in December 2013.
"I should like to reassure the supporters of Bristol Rovers Football Club that the Club retains the full support of its Board of Directors.
"The Board are totally focused on the Club and will provide the necessary resources for it to achieve its aim of sustainability which is contained in the business plan for the new stadium.
"The Board over the last few years has paid down all the Club’s external debt with the exception of the mortgage on the Memorial Stadium, ensuring that the Club’s destiny is secure in the directors’ hands.
"The delays caused by the Judicial Review do mean that the losses will continue in the short term, as the move is delayed, but the Board are committed to supporting the Club during this period.
"I would point out that the these losses were anticipated, and the failure of a decent Cup run in any of the competitions has not helped the overall picture.
"We are like most professional football clubs, we need the benefit of a supportive board, but the move to the new stadium will go a long way to underpinning the finances of the Club.”
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