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Courage and desire, Charlie's eyes are on the prize

Skipper believes big game players will come to the table for Rovers on Sunday

3 March 2018

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Charlie Mulgrew believes Rovers have the tools at their disposal to win big games, ahead of Wigan's visit to Ewood Park for a mouthwatering top of the table battle.

Since the skipper's return from an ankle injury, Rovers have gone on to win each of their four games; the latest of which came on Tuesday night at Wimbledon.
And Charlie says the team take each game as it comes, ahead of Wigan's visit to Ewood on Sunday, insisting there are plenty of styles to play to earn those three points.
“Teams play differently and sometimes it is a bit of a scrap," the captain told iFollow Rovers. "You have to match that and then hopefully your footballers can come up with the goods. There are 100 different ways to win games.
“If you had to choose a time to be at the top of the table then it would probably be now, or even later in the season. We’re comfortable there and are looking forward to the challenge of staying there. That’s what we want and it’s a good feeling to have."
So, what's required from Mulgrew and his team-mates to earn those three points this weekend? We'll let the man himself explain.
“We have to show courage and desire to ensure we stay there and every time we pick up the three points gets us a bit closer. There are big game players in the changing room. The bigger the game, the more we seem to rise to the occasion."

Can Rovers make it five wins on the spin when Wigan come to Ewood Park on Sunday for the mouthwatering top-of-the-table battle? Come and see for yourself! Ticket remain for the game and you can purchase yours by clicking here. 

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