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Rise to the challenge

The skipper has a rallying cry ahead of this weekend's trip to Bramall Lane to take on Sheffield United

27 December 2018

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Charlie Mulgrew is eager for Rovers to get back on track straight away when Tony Mowbray's side travel to Sheffield United on Saturday.

Mulgrew's brace last time out against Leeds United wasn't enough for anything at Elland Road, but the skipper is hopeful of better times ahead for our next trip to Yorkshire at the weekend.
“We need to assess our performance against Leeds ahead of the game against Sheffield United," the Scotland international defender said to iFollow Rovers.
"There are positives and it’s important to look at those, the shape, the team work. But there needs to be a thorough look at what we haven’t done well. We need to look at the positives and the negatives from now until the end of the season.
“We’ve seen all the teams now and we need to make sure we get the results, never mind performances.
“Most people will say their piece in training. We’ll iron things out and make sure we improve for the game in Sheffield.
“It’s a tough run of fixtures for us, but we’ve won these types of games in the past and rise to the challenges. There’s not much in this league. We just need to have a bit more clarity and a bit more belief as a squad.
“The goals don’t mean anything. I’d rather not have the goals if it means we get the result."

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