Vice-chairman David Drew is this evening's special guest on Stroud FM’s local football show, The Locker Room, to discuss the latest goings on at The New Lawn (7pm).
Previously club chairman before Dale Vince became the incumbent, David Drew will be delivering his thoughts on Rovers post-season additions as well as looking at the up and coming preseason schedule.
While their teammates have been sunning themselves on foreign shores, Forest Green Rovers injured quartet of Reece Styche, Arraan Racine, Steve Brogan and OJ Koroma have been hard at work on the rehabilitation room.
Yesterday afternoon, Reece and Aarran were in Cheltenham taking advantage of a rehabilitation machine that makes use of NASA technology – the Alter-G treadmill – which they hope will help them return quicker and stronger for the 2013/14 season.
It may be the close season but the FGR Supporters Club are continuing with their busy calendar of events with a day at the races next on the agenda.
On Saturday 1 June, all of those interested are invited to join the Supporters Club for a day out at Worcester Racecourse for what will be Ladies Day at the National Hunt venue.
And complete the “TRIPLE”
Forest Green Rovers Girls 7 - 2 Bristol Santos
Forest Green Rovers Girls 7 - 0 Fry’s Club
Midfielder Jamie Collins has agreed to join Eastleigh FC after having his contract at Forest Green Rovers terminated by mutual consent.
The 28-year-old, who lives with his young family in Hertfordshire, has struggled with a daily commute of almost 300 miles in the round-trip to Nailsworth.
Forest Green Rovers have now confirmed seven preseason fixtures as they prepare for their most exciting campaign to date.
The fixture announcement comes on the back of three new signings that have strengthened Rovers squad and reports in the Non-League Paper that BT Sport are set to sign 3-year deal to broadcast 25-30 live games of Conference Football.
Forest Green Rovers have signed former Fleetwood midfielder Anthony Barry on a three-year contract.
The 26-year-old has spent the past three and a half seasons with the Lancashire club during which time they rose from Conference North to League Two and was unlucky to be released after an injury ravaged spell during the middle part of his contract.
The return of Andy Mangan to Forest Green Rovers transpired by combining a genuine love of the club, the shared enthusiasm of Chairman and player, and the recognition that Rovers were, in Andy's words, "going places".
Manager David Hockaday explained how the signing unfolded.