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11 March 2015

The latest issue of your ever-popular Rovers programme is now on sale at Ewood Park.

For an exclusive interview with new loan signing Doneil Henry, don’t forget to pick up a copy of tonight’s matchday programme – on sale now.

The Canadian international, who could make his Ewood bow this evening, reflects on his dream debut at Sheffield Wednesday a week ago, as well as Rovers’ stunning defensive display at Anfield on Sunday.

Elsewhere, Grant Hanley takes centre stage in ‘Getting Personal’, where we get to know the person behind the player, whilst stand-in skipper Matt Kilgallon provides his thoughts in the Captain’s Column.

We have detailed action and reaction from our last four first team fixtures, including special player features with Rudy Gestede and Adam Henley, who opened his goal account for the club seven days ago.

In staff segment ‘From The Backroom’ we speak to Rovers’ assistant manager Terry McPhillips and to celebrate the 20th anniversary of our Premiership title triumph we look back at more matches from the historic 1994-95 season, including a player profile on Paul Warhurst.

We round up the best of the action from the Under-21s and Ladies teams, who have both reached cup finals, and we meet Rovers’ new Head of Academy.

We take an in-depth look at tonight’s visitors, Bolton Wanderers, with a special focus on their season so far, manager Neil Lennon and five player profiles.

Priced at just £3, it all adds up to another great-value Rovers read!

The matchday programme is also available to buy online here.

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