In the first stage of upgrade work to be carried out on the BRFCS website during the close season, some much-needed work on the server side and on the forums will be done over the coming week. From later today the messageboard forums will be unavailable until Sunday, 1 June. The forums are scheduled to go offline at 9pm.
Today Blackburn Rovers Football Club owners Venky’s published an open letter to fans of the club. The full text of the letter is reproduced here.
In Podcast 77 chief reporter Kamy and BRFCS editor Wen Y Hu talk about missing out on the play-offs in this end-of-season roundup, player performances, Gary Bowyer and club management issues.
Half-time report from today’s match against Charlton Athletic
Today’s line-ups for the match against Charlton Athletic
Ewood Park, Saturday, 5 April 2014, 15:00 KO
In Podcast 76 Brisbane-based members of the Blackburn Rovers Australia and New Zealand supporters group talk to BRFCS editor Wen Y Hu about themselves and how they follow the Rovers from afar and discuss their views on the club in an interview from February 2013.
Tonight’s line-ups for the match against Ipswich Town
Ewood Park, Tuesday, 1 April 2014, 19:45 KO
In Podcast 75 chief reporter Kamy and John Leigh of BRANZ talk to BRFCS editor Wen Y Hu about the defeat to Burnley, the game against Leicester and club management issues.
Chief reporter Kamy weighs up whether the Rovers should back Gary Bowyer despite recent results and poor performances or sack him.
Half-time report from today’s match against Bournemouth
Tonight’s line-ups for the match against Bournemouth
In Podcast 74 BRFCS editor Wen Y Hu is joined in the virtual studio by chief reporter Kamy and assistant editor Eddie to discuss the victory over Reading, the defeat to Bolton, player injuries and loans, the appointment of Alan Myers as communications director and other club issues.
Full-time report from today’s match against Reading
Glenn and Ste B, BRFCS admin for over twelve years, are handing over the adminstration of the BRFCS website to BRFCS editor Wen Y Hu.
In Podcast 73 Glenn and Ste B, BRFCS admin for over twelve years, discuss their decision to stand down from the adminstration of the BRFCS website and hand over the task to BRFCS editor Wen Y Hu. Glenn and Ste look back on a decade and a half of involvement in BRFCS and talk about the history of the site, the people and the events, and their views on community.
Half-time report from today’s match against Middlesbrough