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Tony Mowbray is backing his side to turn the tide in Rovers' favour

21 February 2019

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Tony Mowbray insists Rovers' fortunes will change if they keep working hard and believing in themselves.

Mowbray's men have had a tricky time of late, and head into Saturday's game against Birmingham City on the back of four straight defeats.

But in that run, Mowbray has been pretty pleased with some of the performances, and knows his side have the quality in the ranks to the form around.

“I’ve broken down all the games and it’s only the first half against Middlesbrough that was really disappointing, for me," he said honestly to iFollow Rovers.

“You could argue that the second half at Brentford was bad, but there was probably injury circumstances for that one.

“Added in a goalkeeping error, we went chasing a game that went on to run away from us really.

“Results haven’t gone our way recently. The second half against Middlesbrough was good, we were good against Bristol City, and as for Reading, I will never know how we didn’t win that, let along losing it.

“We have to take the positives. The performance levels from the team haven’t been disastrous, we haven’t fallen off the edge of a cliff. We are still a good team, we’re just on a poor run of form.

“I’m sure if we keep doing what we do then the results will turn for us.”

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