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We'll cherish a return to Ewood

Kasey Palmer is aiming to keep the good times rolling on home turf and extend our unbeaten run

28 September 2018

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Kasey Palmer is eager to keep helping Rovers churn out positive results at Ewood Park when Nottingham Forest visit on Saturday afternoon.

Palmer hasn't experienced a defeat on home turf this season and wants to continue that record when Aitor Karanka brings his team to the north-west.

Good performances more often than not lead to good results and Palmer is keen for more home comforts come 5pm on Saturday.

“We’ll cherish being back at Ewood Park this weekend. With the fans behind us, it will be a big boost and make it more comfortable for us than travelling to the Stokes and the Derbys, which we had to do last week," the 21-year-old said to iFollow Rovers. 

“I have heard it wasn’t the greatest place for Rovers to play a few years ago, but things have changed and are still changing now. Everyone is putting a shift in and looking to bring success back to the club again. 
“We’re hoping to keep the fans onside. We know we can give anyone a game, particularly at home. We’ve shown that this season with our results at Ewood."
Palmer has been in and out of the side this season and got over an hour of football in midweek at AFC Bournemouth.
And he knows that there will be times where he will have to sit out, but is aware that he must seize his chance when it does arrive.
“The squad is good. There are so many games this season it’s important everyone is sharp and ready to be called upon," he added.
“I think if we can keep showing the attitude we’ve shown so far I really think we are in for a good season. Let’s see how far it takes us."

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