Goals from Tom Anderson and Omar Bogle saw Doncaster Rovers make it two wins from two under new boss Andy Butler as they triumphed 2-1 over Plymouth Argyle. Niall Ennis pulled a goal back for Argyle, who piled on the pressure in the second half in search of an equaliser.
Had things turned out differently Andy Butler could have had a collar number and been on duty for South Yorkshire police this weekend, but after returning to Doncaster Rovers in September his uniform remains familiar. Without a club last summer, Butler was set for a career change, but instead of patrolling the streets, on Saturday he will take on West Ham in the FA Cup fourth round hoping to safeguard the Doncaster defence. “I had a literacy exam, then had to do fitness exams and a bleep test. Then Doncaster asked me for a trial and I had to put that on hold,” he says. “Luckily, it’s gone pretty well.”
Veteran defender Andy Butler has agreed a new six-month deal at Doncaster. The 37-year-old rejoined Rovers on a short-term deal last summer and has started the last six matches in all competitions. The club have the option to extend the deal for a further 12 months, and Butler told the...
Doncaster Rovers defender Andy Butler has extended his contract until the end of the season. The 37-year-old returned to the League One side on a short-term deal in September 2020 after previously making 193 league appearances for Rovers. Butler is also manager of the club's women's side Doncaster Rovers Belles.