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2 hours ago, Gav said:

I'm sure you've already thought about this but contacting our high profile supporters to sign and share would boost the numbers.

Liam Livingston, Wayne Hemmingway, Steve Pemberton, Matt Smith - Just off the top of my head. 

 

Wayne Winder (sorry, Hemingway) Gav?....no chance mate!

Would ‘Garns’ do?

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Please read (or re-read) and “sign” this letter on behalf of Rovers fans. https://www.protectjackwalkerslegacy.com  

How about David Du.. oh

I would think (as ex-LT reporter myself) they may be more open to a story about ‘[insert number] Rovers fans have signed a petition raising concerns ... etc etc’ rather than publishing the letter itse

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33 minutes ago, J*B said:

The only chance of a ‘name’ signing this is if they have zero interest in ever returning to football. Most won’t want to harm a potential future pay cheque. 

Tony Mowbray

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31 minutes ago, tomphil said:

Non of them will have the bottle or interest to get involved.

If you work or have worked in football then it's not the done thing to openly critise. It's quite pathetic really because football is riddled with flaws and charlatans.

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10 minutes ago, oldjamfan1 said:

Lee Mack is one of the more high profile Rovers fans at the moment.

As JAL might have said “Who’s his agent?”

Beat me to it Andy. Was just about to post Lee Mack's name. He's mentioned us a few times on Would I Lie To You.

Player wise, what about Salgado? He was in our corner last time.

Edit: Oh, I've signed btw.

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1 hour ago, chaddyrovers said:

Is Blackburn MP Kate Hollern interested in Football and Blackburn Rovers?

I think Langho is in the Ribble Valley constituency if I'm not mistaken. Although it's a long shot, I've contacted Nigel Evans to see if he can perhaps raise awareness and get onboard with this. My suspicion is that he may well be reluctant to got against something that could well benefit the local economy and businesses, but let's see.

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32 minutes ago, windymiller7 said:

Beat me to it Andy. Was just about to post Lee Mack's name. He's mentioned us a few times on Would I Lie To You.

Player wise, what about Salgado? He was in our corner last time.

Edit: Oh, I've signed btw.

Any twitterers amongst us, please do the honours...I refrain, BRFCS is enough! 😀

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51 minutes ago, darrenrover said:

Any twitterers amongst us, please do the honours...I refrain, BRFCS is enough! 😀

I sent it to Lee Mack via Twitter and also his agent is Avalon, 4a Exmoor Street, London, W10 6BD if anyone wants to send the letter the old fashioned way.

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4 hours ago, oldjamfan1 said:

I sent it to Lee Mack via Twitter and also his agent is Avalon, 4a Exmoor Street, London, W10 6BD if anyone wants to send the letter the old fashioned way.

I'll do it.

My idea originally so the responsibility is primarily on my head to promote it and I can just print the initial version off easily enough.

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I have signed. 
A really well constructed letter that asks some extremely pertinent questions. Might I suggest that it be printed in the LET, so that a reply might be more forthcoming? 
It might also show if the LET are running with the hare or riding with the hounds. 

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1 minute ago, Ianrally said:

I have signed. 
A really well constructed letter that asks some extremely pertinent questions. Might I suggest that it be printed in the LET, so that a reply might be more forthcoming? 
It might also show if the LET are running with the hare or riding with the hounds. 

You might have missed the discussion about the LT on the other thread.

We didn't think the LT would want to run it voluntarily as a letter for fear of falling out with the Club so offered to put it in as a paid for banner ad with a QR code linking to the ad which is also a lot less unwieldy than a multi page letter.

So far the LT have declined to run it.

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35 minutes ago, RevidgeBlue said:

You might have missed the discussion about the LT on the other thread.

We didn't think the LT would want to run it voluntarily as a letter for fear of falling out with the Club so offered to put it in as a paid for banner ad with a QR code linking to the ad which is also a lot less unwieldy than a multi page letter.

So far the LT have declined to run it.

In that case it's clear they do not have the best interests of the club or fans or Jacks legacy at heart.  Only interested in the club paying them advertising revenue.

Ok, so they have to have a good working relationship with Rovers but they owe it to the readership to be impartial and show both sides of the story. Support the club and fans in equal measure.

They do not do that.

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54 minutes ago, RevidgeBlue said:

You might have missed the discussion about the LT on the other thread.

We didn't think the LT would want to run it voluntarily as a letter for fear of falling out with the Club so offered to put it in as a paid for banner ad with a QR code linking to the ad which is also a lot less unwieldy than a multi page letter.

So far the LT have declined to run it.

I would think (as ex-LT reporter myself) they may be more open to a story about ‘[insert number] Rovers fans have signed a petition raising concerns ... etc etc’ rather than publishing the letter itself. Especially if that number becomes quite significant.

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6 minutes ago, dcbrfc said:

I would think (as ex-LT reporter myself) they may be more open to a story about ‘[insert number] Rovers fans have signed a petition raising concerns ... etc etc’ rather than publishing the letter itself. Especially if that number becomes quite significant.

Spot on Dan 😉

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3 hours ago, jim mk2 said:

Excellent letter Simon. Have signed

Yep, there's clearly a lot of time and effort gone into producing something that we can all get behind for the good of the club. 

 

Thanks, Simon for putting your head above the parapet and doing something for the community 👍 

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