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lraC last won the day on October 4

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  1. I was happy to see the back of Allardyce, as I hate his style of football. Like the rest of us, I didn’t know what was coming with Kean to follow, or the debacle that is the owners, ever since. If ever anyone needs lessons in how to go from one of the best run football clubs, to one of the worst, in a decade, look no further.
  2. I honestly think there are more than that Josh. Lots love the club, but hate what is going on and would rally round, in the hour if need.
  3. This bad advice, seems to follow these humble people around. Good job these stories, are just musings in a blog!! https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/blackburn-chairwoman-anuradha-desai-faces-3314094.amp
  4. This is why we are angry Tony and in answer to your question, about how far we want to go back, about eleven years please. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1347547/amp/The-Bollywood-billionaires-Blackburn.html
  5. Don’t forget, Mowbray has described the owners, as very humble people. https://m.timesofindia.com/city/pune/venkys-director-among-4-booked-after-manager-alleges-assault/articleshow/34550989.cms
  6. It’s almost certainly the attraction of a big signing on fee, that makes a move attractive. Say the same wage to move from Rovers to club B are on offer, but because the buying club have no transfer fee to pay, then the player gets a slice of that would have been. The strategy perhaps, should be, we pay the equivalent of that fee to keep them, as a re signing bonus and wages at the same level, but perhaps it isn’t as simple as that.
  7. Absolutely, the town and the surrounding area suffer badly, as well as the people directly involved. They may not be the worst owners ever, but they are by far the worst thing that has happened to the club, since I started going in 1973.
  8. I will raise a glass of Claret to him on Saturday night, if he does.
  9. If ever there was a must win fixture this is surely it. After the frustration of throwing away a two goal half time lead again, in the last home game, for the second time this season, the frustrating theme, seemed to be the order of the day, even before the game started on Tuesday night. Reading sit above us in the league and have won two of their last 3 away fixtures, including an impressive 2-1 victory at Fulham. Given that I don’t want to big up the opposition, I am hoping we set off on the front foot and go at them, as I would settle for a 2-0 half time lead again, with the half time team talk being, go for a third, not sit back and protect what we have got, which seemed to be the case, with both the Luton and Coventry fixtures. If we fail to win this one, then I think the fans will start to look over our shoulders. A win, could just settle the nerves and give a tiny bit of hope to even the staunchest of fans, who seem to be losing their faith. Sadly I don’t see us winning it and predict another frustrating afternoon and go for a 1-1 draw.
  10. I think you are wrong with the job losses. Sadly plenty of the lower paid people, such as ticket office staff, have paid the price.
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