The boss gives his honest assessment to iFollow Rovers after beating Bury
20 February 2018
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Tony Mowbray admitted his side were not always at their best during the victory over Bury at Ewood Park, but the boss was nonetheless delighted to pick up another important three points.
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Craig Short played 146 games for Rovers during his six-year stay at Ewood Park, showing consistency and bravery throughout his time at the heart of the defence.