Writer: Mikey Delap
Date:Tuesday August 18 2009
Fans of the mighty Blackburn can watch the next three home games for just £30 as the club wheels another initiative to fill the ground full of blue and white.
In a replica of the ultra successful "Crucial 3" initiative, supporters can watch the Premier League home fixtures against West Ham, Wolves and Aston Villa for £30 or the equivalent of £10 per game!
It is only fair to mention that this is limited to the first 2,500 to take up the offer so get your skates on!
We all know that a packed Ewood can create an intimidating atmosphere for away teams as we saw last season so it is imperative that the fans pack the ground again to raise the roof.
Rovers` spokesman Simon Williams, speaking to the LET said - "We all saw at the end of last season just what an impact the Crucial 3 deal had in terms of filling the ground and match day atmosphere.
"Sam Allardyce and the players were adamant that it played a major role in our successful fight for survival and it also formed part of our thought process in later offering the lowest-priced Premier League season ticket in a decade.
"The rolling out of another Crucial 3 offer is all part of our drive to offer fans a great deal and also give the team the possible encouragement in their bid to get some points on the board early in the campaign.
"For a number of reasons we were not able to utilise the WEC Darwen End for home supporters against Manchester City on Saturday, but we can for the vast majority of fixtures, including the next three.
"To have an extra 2,500 people shouting and cheering for Rovers can only be a massive plus and we urge fans to get behind the scheme."
Here, here. This is an amazing offer that no other club would give out - it deserves to applauded and backed in full.
With four sides of Ewood in the Rovers colours it will inspire the players onto greater things.
Date:Tuesday August 18 2009
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