Times of India: Fans want Indian owners to leave Blackburn Rovers

“But the association with the Indian owners was not as productive as one hoped, with the club relegating to the Championship, the second-tier, two seasons later ending their 11-year run in the Premier League. From there on, the club has been fighting hard for promotion without success, often enduring a tough time to maintain their position in the Championship itself. …

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Be Strategic To Be Heard, Football Chief Advises Supporters Summit.

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A report by Michael Doherty, the Rovers Trust I attended the Supporters Summit, a joint conference of Supporters Direct and …

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Blackburn Rovers shareholders’ meeting – 0.1% of shareholders attend; 99.9% don’t

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Minority shareholders of Blackburn Rovers – which includes the Rovers Trust – attended a meeting with the club’s directors this week …

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Opinion: Coyle needs support for club to succeed

Opinion piece by Toby Wilding, sports journalist and Rovers fan There have been a number of managerial appointments across the …

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First major Rovers season ticket survey reveals massive discontentment – and major opportunity

A comprehensive survey of Blackburn Rovers season ticket intentions for the 2016-17 season has revealed massive discontentment with the current …

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