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More details for the Steve Kean out campaign

More details for the Steve Kean out campaign

Over the last week or so, myself and the fellow organisors of the recent protesters have been working hard on what we should do next following the ridiculas comments coming out of the club from both the Manager and the Clubs Owners.

What has now been planned and agreed is:

Thursday 20th October 2011 19.30

An open fans meeting has been organised for supporters to openly discuss their worries about the clubs both short and long term future. This will be held at:



Uncle Jacks Public House

Lower Darwen

Blackburn

Lancashire

BB3 0PQ.

Sunday 23rd October 2011 Meeting time 12.30pm



A protest March asking for the removal of Blackburn Rovers Manager Steve Kean is scheduled to take place. We wish to have the march set off around 14.15 and take the route down to Ewood Park following the one way system, Upon arrival at the ground we wish to circle the ground once as we did on the last March and don't foresee any problems as the Rovers supporters will be sitting in all four stands at Ewood Park, The numbers for the March are expected to be much larger than the previous March as more and more supporters have joined the Protest campaign



Brown Cow Inn

125 Livesey Branch Road

Blackburn

Lancashire

BB2 4LU



Following the match we plan to hold a sit-in protest, this will be in all stands of the ground and will be an extension of the fans determination to have their voice heard.



All these motions are being strategically planned with peace and health & safety at the forefront. We have asked for both Police and club co-operation to ensure that all these events are carried out with no obstruction or prejudice.

Please support these motions and get word out everywhere to ensure maximum attendance, Post these details on all message boards you are members, All press comment boards, and speak with all who have no computer access.

I'm currently putting together a press release to ensure the media also put word out of what the fans next plan of action is.

This is your club, lets fight for it!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:glen9mullan
Date:Friday October 7 2011
Time: 3:35PM

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Comments

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May I ask what exactly you wish to acheive by all this? Genuinely
BRFC1304
07/10/2011 16:00:00
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As a third strand to all this how about having a complete boycott of the Carling Cup game against Newcastle. The attendance will be low anyway and it will not distract from the importance of maintaining our Premier League status.
clitheroerover
07/10/2011 16:11:00
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@BRFC1304: "the removal of Blackburn Rovers Manager Steve Kean" is what the article says, I think it's pretty clear. Are you from Radio Rovers?
Stubbs
07/10/2011 16:26:00
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You may be against this BRFC1304 but come on dude?! It's in the title!
Mikey Delap
07/10/2011 17:44:00
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Such a shame that you can't back the man in charge. I've had someone over on Vital QPR saying that as a Blackburn fan he'd take a defeat at LR to get Kean out: REALLY?!
Boxer
08/10/2011 19:28:00
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There comes a breaking point with any tension Boxer. The argument over his suitability for the job started the moment he got it when the vast majority were happy to give him time to improve the quality of football. Gradually the losses mounted, the bulls**t kept coming and the discontent grew. Fast forward to this season and we all thought things might get better with fresh cash injected. No. It's all got far, far worse. I would never wish us to lose but I understand those who want him gone now WHATEVER the cost.
Uncle Jack's Nephew
09/10/2011 10:59:00
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