In the aftermath of relegation there have been a number of developments over the last 24 hours.
Rovers director of football Paul Senior resigned yesterday. The reason for his resignation was not disclosed.
A statement allegedly written by the owners (which also bears striking similarities to one that was released in 2014) was published on the official website. The statement described relegation as a “temporary setback”, “shared the hurt of fans”, backed manager Tony Mowbray and vowed to turn things around. The statement did not contain any commitments about providing financial support to the manager.
Rovers player of the year Derrick Williams told the official website that the club was not able to recover from the poor start to the season "We shot ourselves in the foot too many times during the season so it is just gutting really. "I think our form lately shows that we are a much better team and we should be higher. But at the start of the season we just weren't good enough. "It was our fault, you can't expect other teams to pull us out, you have to do it yourselves and we didn't do that."