How Doncaster Rovers supporters reacted to the defeat at Crewe Alexandra

Doncaster Rovers were without a recognised striker as they fell to a 1-0 defeat at Crewe Alexandra.

Wednesday, 10th March 2021, 11:57 am

Here is a selection of social media reaction from supporters.

@garysouter3: Disappointing. If our ‘goal’ stood it might have given us a lift. Clearly missed Bogle and Okenabirhie

@ryanwashbourn26: Strange one no striker so can’t expect much to happen but a very meh performance. More concerned about James and bostock and how thin the squad is going to be for Saturday.

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@Mobyduckreally: Would be interesting to see the disallowed goal. Thought their defender committed the foul. We were not good enough tonight. Controversially I would have played Wright up front. Hope the other injuries are not long term.

@JamieFlint_: Players looked very tired tonight, no quick flowing football like we’ve been used to the past couple of games

@adam_winder777: Looked a bit lost without a target man, lacking any sort of attacking threat not too worried just need to get back at it on Saturday and make sure we win them dreaded games in hand

@MattPoskitt: Poor with no out and out striker on the pitch, hopefully the injures aren’t too bad, poor officiating yet somehow, despite everything that’s happened in the last month, it’s still in our hands

@daniel_nice7: No strikers, lots of injuries and games in quick succession, young squad who saw the manager leave recently. Hard to be critical. Not the end of the world!

@Ryandunphy95: No striker, then Bostock and James are crocked. Hardly a surprise we lost really. Fingers crossed the players aren’t out long term.

@Matt_Walker96: Not great, but had most things going against us. Not the end of the world

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