ROVERS squandered a lead again as they suffered a 2-1 defeat at relegation-threatened Peterborough.
Tony Mowbray’s men were down to 10 at half-time when Tayo Edun received a second yellow card.
Ben Brereton broke the deadlock 13 minutes from time but the hosts hit back through Sammie Szmodics and Jack Marriott to further dampen Rovers’ play-off hopes.
Here’s what fans had to say about the game.
How bad are we at hanging on to a track? I’m so sick of the disappointment. If it hadn’t been for a good start to the season, we would be fighting relegation. Forget the playoffs. We’ve proven that we’re just not good enough. I will come on Monday and cheer them on because I am #rtid #Rovers
—Charlotte Compton (@LottieCompton) April 15, 2022
Yet another missed opportunity with results elsewhere that once again go our way. I can’t ask for much more, all we have to do is win a football game.
— Phil Myth (@philmyth) April 15, 2022
What’s extraordinary is how bad this league is – if we had taken just a handful more points, we’d be safe in the playoffs. It’s not like the other teams are stealing
– The Helpful Punter (@HelpfulPunter) April 15, 2022
Thanks for everything Mowbray but that’s enough for me. He’s done amazing things at this club but it’s time for a change. #Rovers
—James Baron (@RoverZealous23) April 15, 2022
We didn’t deserve to win at ten.
We didn’t deserve to win with eleven men.
I really have never seen a team so unable to maintain a lead.
It’s frustrating to say the least. #Rovers
—Chris Martin (@ChrisMartin_93) April 15, 2022
A defeat on Monday could well see the BBE turn against Mowbray, he must go at the end of the season #Rovers
— The problem with Jono (@jonathanrog68) April 15, 2022
Game over. Definitively. #rovers
— Morten (@moddalino) April 15, 2022
I can’t stand much more watching this.. so disheartening #rovers
— Beth Hodgkinson (@BethHodgkinson1) April 15, 2022
4 wins in 18. Awkward #Rovers
— Jordan (@jordanlmontague) April 15, 2022
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