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Ahead of his 50th league game in charge on Saturday against Cork City, Sligo Rovers manager Ian Baraclough wants his team to kick on and build their run of victories in the Airtricity Premier Division.The Rovers boss was delighted to see a seventh league win in succession against Shelbourne last Saturday in The Showgrounds, but feels there can be more to come from his players ahead of another home match this weekend.He said: "The...
Raffaele Cretaro answered questions from Sligo Rovers fans yesterday as he manned our Twitter account for 45 minutes during the afternoon for a #AskRaff session.Questions came from supporters, Rovers players and fitness coach Paul Stewart as Raff managed to get through 25 tweets posed to him.Read back on them here.Thanks to Raff for his answers and don't forget the Bit o' Red are back in action on Saturday against Cork City, 3:55pm in...
A fashion show in aid of MS North West Therapy Centre will take place on Wednesday night in the Clarion Hotel.Sligo Rovers players will be part of the modelling line-up with clothing from Se7en menswear. Female models will showcase a range from Jane Norman.All proceeds of the events will go to the Therapy Centre. Tickets are €10 and available on the door, there will be a full bar service to purchase from in the Clarion and Sligo Rovers...
The Sligo Rovers players will be updating our Twitter account on Monday to run you through their training day and answer questions from supporters.Follow @sligorovers where Raffaele Cretaro will answer all your messages with the hashtag #askRaff, Ciaran Kelly faces another penalty challenge as he takes on Pascal Millien which we will live video, and throughout the day we'll have updates from several Rovers stars.Look out for...
 Sligo Rovers kept their 100 percent record in this year's Airtricity League Premier Division intact with a 2-0 win over Shelbourne at the Showgrounds on Saturday evening. An Anthony Elding brace saw the champions reopen their five point lead at the top as Shels continue to search for their first win of the campaign.    Sligo Manager Ian Baraclough started with the same team that beat UCD on Monday and was without...
It is match day in The Showgrounds as Sligo Rovers go in search of a ninth victory in-a-row in all competitions that would equal the second longest winning run in the history of the club.Rovers haven’t won seven league games in a row since the 11-match winning streak to start the 1936/37 league winning season and tonight we need your help in supporting the players and management in trying to change that. Shelbourne are the visitors at...
Following the fantastic response to the members and fans donation scheme, supporters are reminded they can still contribute at the game against Shelbourne on Saturday with club offices open from 6pm.Information sheets on plans and strategy of the club will be distributed in the ground to detail work so far in the season. The club is aiming to build momentum through the early part of the campaign and create a 'war crest' for later in...
Sligo Rovers face Shelbourne on Saturday in the Airtricity Premier Division in The Showgrounds, kick-off 7:45pm.The Bit o’ Red are looking for a ninth consecutive victory in all competitions which would equal the second-longest winning streak in the history of the club.Gavin Peers returns to the squad after a hamstring injury.Danny Ventre made a return to action last Monday in the UCD Bowl as Rovers won 3-0. Joseph Ndo is nearing full...
Ian Baraclough and Aaron Greene will be on the Lazy Afternoon on Ocean FM this afternoon, with the chance to win tickets to Saturday’s game with Shelbourne in The Showgrounds.The Rovers manager and winger will join Francie, Michelle and David on the Lazy Afternoon to discuss the start to the new season and the clash with Shels on Saturday.Listeners can also enter a competition for entry to the game on Saturday and send questions to Ian and...
 Sligo Rovers still have a 100% record after eight games so far this season going into the clash with Shelbourne in the Airtricity Premier Division.Winning nine in a row would be the joint-second longest winning run in the history of the club. (The other nine game winning run included a win on penalties).Rovers haven’t won seven league games in a row since the 11 game winning streak to start the 1936/37 league winning season.The last...

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