Here, we look at what happened next for every player that made an appearance in that memorable season. For part one, click HERE
5. Gareth Roberts
2007/08 appearances: 42. Roberts remained with Rovers for another two years before rejecting the offer of a new contract to join Derby County. He spent three seasons with the Rams, impressing at left back. He joined Bury after his departure from Derby, being named club captain but departed for Notts County after half a season. From Meadow Lane, he moved into non-league with Chester
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6. Stephen Roberts
2007/08 appearances: 25. Roberts rejected the offer of a new deal with Rovers after the play-off final and remained in League One with Walsall, ending his three year stay with Rovers after more than 70 appearances. After little more than a year with Walsall, the defender retired from football at the age of 29 due to a back injury.
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7. Brian Stock
2007/08 appearances: 43. Classy midfielder Stock remained Rovers skipper until the summer of 2012, where he was forced out of the club as a cost-cutting measure, after more than 200 appearances and superb form which earned him international honours with Wales. He switched to Burnley but struggled for regular appearances. After two years he joined Havant and Waterlooville, where he ended his playing career. He is now a coach with Bournemouth, where he began his career.
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8. Neil Sullivan
2007/08 appearances: 51. Sullivan became a stalwart for Rovers during the Championship spell before losing his place to Gary Woods. He spent much of the 2012/13 season on loan with AFC Wimbledon, the club where he started his career. He was recalled towards the end of the season and played the final four matches as Rovers won the League One title. He retired from playing that summer - having made more than 200 appearances for Rovers. to take up coaching in the Leeds United academy.
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