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Big Sam Not Big Enough For Blackburn

If there is one thing that the internet has brought us, it has been instant public opinion. However right or wrong, well informed or otherwise it may be, it’s there, in our faces within a few minutes of a news story breaking. This has a value in itself, of sorts. The more people there are…

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December 13, 2010
Ian

4,000 Holes In Blackburn Takeover Bidders?

It has been a confusing week for Blackburn Rovers-watchers. All that has been certain about the club in recent times is that it would be bought by Indians, and that Mirror and People journalist Alan Nixon would be up there breaking the story to the world. Well, it looks like Nixon can take that holiday…

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October 29, 2010
Mark

Clubs In Crisis: How Time Flies (Part One)

Mark Murphy has been away, but returned to find that some things haven’t changed in English football.

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September 22, 2010
Mark

The Premier League 2010/11 Previews 4 – Blackburn Rovers: A Summer Of Silence

Blackburn Rovers finished last season in a creditable tenth place in the Premier League but, with just over two weeks left until start of the new season do Blackburn supporters have cause to be concerned that, this season, the trapdoor may be a little close for comfort? They have, after all, had an exceptionally quiet…

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July 31, 2010
Ian

The Accidental Death Of A Blackburn Rovers Supporter

A Blackburn Rovers supporter died at the weekend after an incident that looks increasingly as if it was horseplay gone wrong. This, however, doesn’t mean that there hasn’t been an increasingly deteriorating atmosphere at Blackburn away matches this season.

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February 8, 2010
Ian

Blackburn vs Burnley: Time To Burst The Bubble?

Blackburn Rovers play Burnley in the top flight for the first time in over forty years this weekend, but the fixture is being treated as a problem that needs to be dealt with rather than a celebration of a revival in Lancashire football which has taken many people by surprise.

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October 13, 2009
Ian

Match Of The Week: Blackburn Rovers 0-2 Manchester City

Sam Allardyce is, for a certain profile of Premier League football club, the pragmatist’s choice as manager. If you strip away the rampant ego and the tendency to strap a Bluetooth headset to the side of his head, Allardyce has a job that he can do. It just happens that the job is to finish…

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August 17, 2009
Ian
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