“Bristol Rovers were playing at home, parlez-vous…Bristol Rovers were playing at home, parlez-vous.” That was the song we used to sing at school in a playground ditty about German troops crossing the line in World War Two (or was it WW1?). Bristol Rovers and homes – a contentious issue. I remember quirky old Eastville, with its greyhound track. They moved to Bath City’s Twerton Park when they lost Eastville and then they landed up at the Memorial Ground, the home of Bristol Rugby Club. If all goes to plan, Bristol Rovers will be playing at a new stadium before too long, but the original concept, for Sainsbury’s to purchase the Memorial Ground and for Rovers to move to the proposed 20,000-capacity University of the…