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2010–11 matches
League One
Team Home Away
Bournemouth 1–0 1–2
Brentford 0–0 0–1
Brighton 2–4 2–2
Carlisle 1–1 0–4
Charlton 2–2 1–1
Colchester 0–1 1–2
Dag & Red 0–2 3–0
Exeter 0–2 2–2
Hartlepool 0–0 2–2
Huddersfield 0–1 1–0
L Orient 0–3 1–4
MK Dons 1–2 0–2
Notts County 2–1 1–0
Oldham 1–0 1–1
Peterborough 2–2 0–3
Plymouth 2–3 1–3
Rochdale 2–1 1–3
Sheff Wed 1–1 2–6
Southampton 0–4 0–1
Swindon 3–1 1–2
Tranmere 0–1 1–0
Walsall 2–2 1–6
Yeovil 2–1 1–0
FA Cup
Team H/A
Darlington A 1–2
League Cup
Team H/A
Oxford U A 1–6
League Trophy
Team H/A
Aldershot T H 1–0
Wycombe A 6–3
Exeter H 2–2

Rovers travelled to Exeter City's St. James Park for an emotionally-charged League One fixture. It was Exeter's first game since the death of their striker Adam Stansfield, who had died from bowel cancer eleven days earlier.

Exeter's Operations Manager, Andy Gillard, wrote to Bristol Rovers to thank the club and its fans for their part in the day. The letter read:

"I just wanted to email you in some kind of official way to thank the Bristol Rovers fans for the fantastic way they took part in the tributes to Adam Stansfield on Saturday.
Losing anyone so young is an enormous shock and it's clear from all the messages that have been received from clubs and fans from all over the country that the football family felt for Adam, his family and us.
The Rovers fans certainly appreciated this and took full part in the minute's applause, joined in the 'Adam Stansfield' chants during the game and were just so incredibly generous in donating to the collection.
Funds raised will go to support the family and an 'Adam Stansfield Foundation' to help young footballers and teams in the area. It was a mindblowing moment when the final figure of just shy of £7000 was totalled up, just from the match day collection itself
When it's easy to criticise, it's also right and proper to acknowledge the good things and the Rovers fans deserve the highest praise for their superb attitude at the ground and in helping us make it a fitting match day tribute to Adam.
Having lived in Bristol for 15 years, I of course knew they would but it deserves the best recognition.
Tell them well done and thank you from Exeter City."

The letter was published on the Bristol Rovers official website.[1]

Match details[]

Exeter City 2–2 Bristol Rovers
Nardiello (9)
O'Flynn (pen 75)
(1–1 HT) Kuffour (45)
Hoskins (54)
at St. James Park attendance: 7,401
27 Paul Jones 1 Mikkel Andersen
2 Steve Tully 15 Byron Anthony Yellow
Red 3 Richard Duffy 5 Danny Coles Yellow
11 Scott Golbourne 6 James Tunnicliffe
Yellow 15 Rob Edwards 3 Gary Sawyer
18 Billy Jones 14 Wayne Brown Sub-off
4 James Dunne 4 Chris Lines
Sub-off 8 David Noble 7 Stuart Campbell
22 Liam Sercombe 11 Jeff Hughes
Ball Sub-off 9 Daniel Nardiello 8 Will Hoskins Ball Sub-off
Ball 29 John O'Flynn 17 Jo Kuffour Ball
30 Artur Krysiak 13 Mike Green
Sub-on 12 Jamie Cureton 10 Darryl Duffy Sub-on
Sub-on 14 Bertie Cozic 18 Eliot Richards
20 Richard Logan 20 Charlie Reece Sub-on
21 Jake Thomson 21 Charlie Clough
23 Joe Heath 22 Harry Pell
23 Ben Swallow



  1. A Thank You from Exeter City, published on