Rovers to play at Cheltenham

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Bristol Rovers will play at Cheltenham´s Whaddon Road from the middle of next season while the Memorial Stadium is being redeveloped.

The ground, which Rovers moved to from Twerton Park in 1996, will be demolished to pave way for a new 18,500 all-seater arena.

Director Geoff Dunford told the club´s official website, "The venue received a positive response from a survey of our supporters earlier in the year and throughout our discussions the Cheltenham Town board of directors and manager John Ward have made us feel very welcome."

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