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Fresh from only a fifth away win of the season at Dartford on Saturday, Forest Green travel to Moss Rose on Tuesday to take on a Macclesfield Town side who sit just a couple of places below Rovers (7.45pm).
Danny Wright’s strike with virtually his first touch of the ball at the weekend earned Forest Green a rare away win and also their first clean sheet when playing away from home in the division this season.
A Dartford side desperate to drag themselves out of the Conference Premier relegation zone await Forest Green at Princes Park this weekend (3.07pm).
It is going to be a real test for Rovers on their travels once again as they enter the final chapter of their sixteenth consecutive campaign in the Football Conference.
The FGR Supporters Club are taking bookings for the supporters coach heading for a second trip to Princes Park this season as Forest Green get set to take on Dartford.
Rovers have already visited the Darts Kent home this season, and the Supporters Club gained national media interest for their unique coach share scheme with Gloucester City supporters, who were also playing in Kent that day.
A Cheltenham Town XI visit The New Lawn this evening as Forest Green participate for the first time in this season’s Gloucestershire Senior Cup at the quarter final stage (7pm).
Rovers have received a bye straight into the quarter final stage of the competition and will face a youthful Cheltenham unit whose under 18’s side impressively knocked out a strong Gloucester City outfit in the last round.
Kidderminster Harriers are the visitors to The New Lawn on Tuesday evening for Forest Green’s final midweek Conference Premier home game of the season (7.45pm).
After three consecutive away fixtures, which yielded three hugely disappointing defeats, Rovers will be looking to prove a point as they return to home turf where they have impressed this season.
Ady Pennock will be hoping he can inspire his squad into a big final push in the remaining games left this season as Forest Green travel to Barnet on Saturday (3pm).
Tuesday night’s loss at Woking made it back-to-back defeats on the road for Rovers who travel to The Hive for the very first time this weekend, all set to complete a trio of away fixtures.
The FGR Supporters Club are taking bookings for fans who want to go to this weekend’s game at Barnet on the supporters coach.
Saturday sees Forest Green take in a whole new ground as we travel to The Hive for the first time to take on a Bees side not too far ahead in the league table.
Luton Town have completed the loan signing of striker Andy Mangan until the end of the season.
Forest Green Rovers terminated the contract of the 27-year-old in early February after a lengthy disciplinary process, but still hold the registration for the player while an appeal process is ongoing with the Football Conference.
Forest Green Rovers goalkeeper Sam Russell has signed a new one year contract that extends his stay at The New Lawn until the end of the 2014-15 season.
The 31-year-old Middlesbrough native arrived in Gloucestershire in January 2012 and signed a two-and-a-half year contract ahead of the imminent demise of former employers Darlington.
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