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EXCLUSIVE - More protesting planned!

Vital Blackburn can reveal that Rovers fans are planning another demonstration to voice concerns over current manager Steve Kean.

Before the game against Arsenal several weeks ago, fans carried out a march to voice their opinions about manager Steve Kean. Numbers peaked around the 600 mark, and although many more fans wanted to see the back of him not everyone turned up.

More recently a sit in protest took place after the Manchester City game, where fans voiced their opinions even louder, getting a lot more coverage on the TV. During the game the majority of fans also voiced their opinion for all to hear.

Vital Blackburn can now reveal that more protests are planned. This time both a pre-game march will take place as well as a post match sit in protest.

A location for the march is yet to be confirmed but it will be set up in cooperation with the Police.

More info here has we get it. Vital Blackburn will be the first place to hear all news on this protest so keep an eye out!

Your club needs you. Bring you banners, t-shirts, leaflets, family and friends. Speak out, speak loud, get your voices heard.

Please note: No dogs please.




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Writer: Joe Ainscough Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 3 2011

Time: 10:27PM

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Time to get behind this from where I sit - if we don't act now it could be too late.
Mikey Delap
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04/10/2011 09:36:00

Perhaps there is a way in which us overseas lot can sign something that can go hand in hand with the protest and be handed to the club during it? I've signed a couple of things online but I don't think they've ever been read by the club. If something is handed to the club at the protest it will have a higher chance of being noticed IMO.
fransavarese
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04/10/2011 11:13:00

The club recieved the on-line petition today
glen9mullan
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04/10/2011 12:11:00

Good work guys, lets hope the message gets across. Glen how many names were on that petition do you know?
*Dave*
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04/10/2011 12:21:00

1054 dave
glen9mullan
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04/10/2011 17:21:00

 

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