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Trinidad Rover

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  1. Just total apathy from me now. Good job the cricket season has started.
  2. Heartbreaking for Dack - really feel for him. Trying to apportion any blame is crass. I don’t think Mowbray is a good manager and likely will never get us promoted - that’s a conversation for another day. What I do see though is a good bloke who cares deeply about the club and the players. Another season we can write off. Let’s see what happens in the summer. Personally, I’d like to see a change, I think it would be best for all parties. Let’s see what happens. Brentford are much much better than us for what it’s worth.
  3. I met Mr Venky in Trinidad (they have a share of the Trinbago Knight Riders cricket team). He barely knew what Blackburn Rovers is. That leads me to believe we read too much into Venky’s motives and their feelings towards the fans. They simply don’t really care - we are a grain of sand in their massive empire, one bought by/for Balaji. Quite simply - The club won’t matter until it affects them or their business.
  4. He’s going absolutely nowhere. Tough watch again today - we’re awful. Hard not to become totally apathetic with it all. Another opportunity missed and I’m talking about the season - not this game.
  5. That’s fair. But I’d argue he need us just as much as we need him. Where’s his incentive to earn the contract?
  6. A pretty big elephant in the room is Dack. He’s a shadow of the player he was and we’ve just leveraged OUR club again by offering him a big contract. Symptomatic of how the club is run and a pretty clear example of the decision making.
  7. We fit the perfect criteria for Castore. They go after teams/athletes with a strong heritage that are currently not 'top tier' for the big commercial brands. West Indies Cricket, Rangers, Murray etc They also make nice stuff.
  8. Good post. I dont agree there is only investment for the 1st team though - they spend £3m a year to keep the academy as category 1.
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