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Rovers Fans Open Meeting TONIGHT!

An open fans meeting has been organised for supporters of Blackburn Rovers 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.

Starts 19:30 tonight.

Supporters of Blackburn Rovers Football Club has called this open meeting for supporters to openly discuss issue`s which have evidently gone off the rails since the club was bought out by the Venkys group in November 2010.

A formal invitation has been sent to the club for them to send representation so that they can hear supporters concerns surrounding the long term direction the club appears to be heading.

In addition, the organisers of BRST, (Blackburn Rovers Supporters Trust) will have a presence at the meeting.

Other invites to ex-players and figure heads have also been issued. The meeting is open to everyone regardless of opinion

Make sure you get yourself there to get your opinion heard and counted!

For more information, even though it is cutting it fine now, better off just popping in at half 7 this evening, please contact:

Glen Mullan on 07716 772530 or on Twitter @glen9mullan or

Simon Littler on 07854 728758 or on Twitter @Silittl.




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The Journalist

Writer: BomBom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 20 2011

Time: 5:11PM

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This will blatantly allow me to prank call both you and Simon Glen ;)
Mikey Delap
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20/10/2011 18:03:00

In all seriousness get yourselves down there tonight guys, we're often complaining we never get the chance to be heard and THIS is an ideal opportunity to do so!
Mikey Delap
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20/10/2011 18:04:00

Wish i could be there...
Tombo1984
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20/10/2011 18:27:00

Hope this all went well. Glen Mullan and Simon Littler will be getting the key to the town for saving Blackburn Rovers soon enough. Good work lads.
*Dave*
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21/10/2011 09:03:00

so what happened?
BOBBY LANGTON3
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21/10/2011 12:03:00

 

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