Into The Empty Net was created in 2015 as an independent, unofficial platform covering Doncaster Rovers FC.
The aim of ITEN is to provide unique content from the perspective of the supporters, keeping fans of the club updated with everything that happens on and off the pitch at DRFC.
From match reports to transfer analysis, opinion pieces or news, Into The Empty Net is the online port of call for anyone following Doncaster Rovers.

Lead Designer & Photographer


Abbey joined Into The Empty Net in the summer of 2019, having attended her first Rovers game in 2013.

She is the website’s Lead Designer and handles the technical side of ITEN’s platforms, as well as running the site’s dedicated Instagram page.


Abbey is also the primary photographer for the website and social media outlets.

Abbey’s best Rovers memory is the 2019 Play Off semi-final at Charlton whilst her favourite player to don the red and white shirt is Tom Anderson.

Founder & Lead Writer


Adam is the founder of ITEN, creating the site in 2015 to provide a fan’s perspective on events at Doncaster Rovers Football Club.


An avid supporter of the club for over 20 years, Adam is the Lead Writer of the site and also runs the dedicated Twitter page. He is a 2019 graduate of Northumbria University with a BA (Hons) in Media & Journalism.


Adam counts the 2013 League One title-winning game at Brentford as his best Rovers memory, whilst his favourite ever player to wear the hoops is Wembley hero James Hayter.