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Blackburn Rovers link cut with Sports PR Company

Lancashire Telegraph: Blackburn Rovers link cut with Sports PR Blackburn Rovers link cut with Sports PR

BLACKBURN Rovers are no longer using the services of the Sports PR Company.

Venky’s had employed the London-based company in January 2013 in an attempt to improve their media coverage but Rovers have opted not to continue the arrangement.

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12:55pm Thu 15 May 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

A sign of things to come I'm affraid players will be next on the hit list all Gary can wish for is to sign a bargain bucket from KFC.
Where doomed as they say doomed i tell thee
A sign of things to come I'm affraid players will be next on the hit list all Gary can wish for is to sign a bargain bucket from KFC. Where doomed as they say doomed i tell thee .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: -31

12:59pm Thu 15 May 14

Ewoodlegend says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
A sign of things to come I'm affraid players will be next on the hit list all Gary can wish for is to sign a bargain bucket from KFC.
Where doomed as they say doomed i tell thee
behave they were in to sort the bad media from getting worse, and they have done this.

The club can move on as normal now
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: A sign of things to come I'm affraid players will be next on the hit list all Gary can wish for is to sign a bargain bucket from KFC. Where doomed as they say doomed i tell thee[/p][/quote]behave they were in to sort the bad media from getting worse, and they have done this. The club can move on as normal now Ewoodlegend
  • Score: 19

1:00pm Thu 15 May 14

French Rover says...

It was a company that Michale Appleton had worked with before he came to Ewood.....didnt do him much good!
It was a company that Michale Appleton had worked with before he came to Ewood.....didnt do him much good! French Rover
  • Score: 9

1:02pm Thu 15 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image.

Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny.

Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice.

Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.
As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image. Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny. Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice. Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -21

1:40pm Thu 15 May 14

Dublin rover says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image.

Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny.

Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice.

Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.
You really have a horn for the FFP
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image. Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny. Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice. Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.[/p][/quote]You really have a horn for the FFP Dublin rover
  • Score: 11

1:42pm Thu 15 May 14

owd nick says...

As we have our own PR man in situ now, Alan Myers, ex of Everton, Sky Sports, etc; etc, do we need them?
As we have our own PR man in situ now, Alan Myers, ex of Everton, Sky Sports, etc; etc, do we need them? owd nick
  • Score: 15

1:43pm Thu 15 May 14

ossyrover73 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image.

Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny.

Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice.

Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.
If I were you Super clarets I would probably be more concerned with the article on your own pages. Let us worry about Rhodes pal you worry about Messers Tippier and Ing's before a big EPL club like WBA or Hull steal them away !!!!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image. Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny. Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice. Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.[/p][/quote]If I were you Super clarets I would probably be more concerned with the article on your own pages. Let us worry about Rhodes pal you worry about Messers Tippier and Ing's before a big EPL club like WBA or Hull steal them away !!!! ossyrover73
  • Score: 15

1:45pm Thu 15 May 14

azza234 says...

Dublin rover wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote: As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image. Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny. Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice. Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.
You really have a horn for the FFP
He's in love with it shame he knows f all about it
[quote][p][bold]Dublin rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image. Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny. Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice. Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.[/p][/quote]You really have a horn for the FFP[/p][/quote]He's in love with it shame he knows f all about it azza234
  • Score: 14

1:48pm Thu 15 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

As the pressure mounts to cut costs at Ewood Park with the impending Financial Fair Play punishments looming, Blackburn Rovers officials have revealed that playing staff are now expected to bring a packed lunch, wash their own kit and clean their own boots.

In a series of extreme cost cutting measures players are also expected to make their own way to away games next season. Matchday catering is expected to be replaced with a Venky's chicken outlet, whilst a ground-share with AFC Darwen is currently being considered as an alternative to investing in the necessary repair work to the almost derelict Riverside stand which was recently reported amid safety concerns as being a death-trap.

Sad days indeed for Blackburn Rovers football club.
As the pressure mounts to cut costs at Ewood Park with the impending Financial Fair Play punishments looming, Blackburn Rovers officials have revealed that playing staff are now expected to bring a packed lunch, wash their own kit and clean their own boots. In a series of extreme cost cutting measures players are also expected to make their own way to away games next season. Matchday catering is expected to be replaced with a Venky's chicken outlet, whilst a ground-share with AFC Darwen is currently being considered as an alternative to investing in the necessary repair work to the almost derelict Riverside stand which was recently reported amid safety concerns as being a death-trap. Sad days indeed for Blackburn Rovers football club. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -11

1:48pm Thu 15 May 14

A Darener says...

He's been worrying about Rhodes etc for two years or more. Should be more worried about his own so called team. But wait a minute he doesn't have a team just an annoying habit of trying to wind Rovers fans up. At least he gives us a laugh' ( sometimes), with his inane ramblings.
He's been worrying about Rhodes etc for two years or more. Should be more worried about his own so called team. But wait a minute he doesn't have a team just an annoying habit of trying to wind Rovers fans up. At least he gives us a laugh' ( sometimes), with his inane ramblings. A Darener
  • Score: 11

1:48pm Thu 15 May 14

azza234 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image. Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny. Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice. Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.
I would worry about your own players ings will be off soon as west brom or southampton comes knocking.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image. Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny. Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice. Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.[/p][/quote]I would worry about your own players ings will be off soon as west brom or southampton comes knocking. azza234
  • Score: 9

2:23pm Thu 15 May 14

Ewood_Mark says...

Well that PR company can't be that good. We are STILL the laughing stock of all the football leagues. At least the recent demise of Leeds United has toned down the embarrassment of our football club but after being humbled at our own ground by our neighbours and then to see them grace the premier league has been disastrous. It just isn't fair!
Well that PR company can't be that good. We are STILL the laughing stock of all the football leagues. At least the recent demise of Leeds United has toned down the embarrassment of our football club but after being humbled at our own ground by our neighbours and then to see them grace the premier league has been disastrous. It just isn't fair! Ewood_Mark
  • Score: -6

2:32pm Thu 15 May 14

harwoodblue says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image.

Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny.

Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice.

Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.
Could be worse they could have shafted all there fans by putting the season ticket prices up to £685. Dont think the job seekers allowance in Burnley will stretch that far.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image. Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny. Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice. Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.[/p][/quote]Could be worse they could have shafted all there fans by putting the season ticket prices up to £685. Dont think the job seekers allowance in Burnley will stretch that far. harwoodblue
  • Score: 24

2:49pm Thu 15 May 14

Blackburn_End says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
As the pressure mounts to cut costs at Ewood Park with the impending Financial Fair Play punishments looming, Blackburn Rovers officials have revealed that playing staff are now expected to bring a packed lunch, wash their own kit and clean their own boots.

In a series of extreme cost cutting measures players are also expected to make their own way to away games next season. Matchday catering is expected to be replaced with a Venky's chicken outlet, whilst a ground-share with AFC Darwen is currently being considered as an alternative to investing in the necessary repair work to the almost derelict Riverside stand which was recently reported amid safety concerns as being a death-trap.

Sad days indeed for Blackburn Rovers football club.
Super_Clarets how many hours do you spend per day reading news articles about Rovers?

Have you got a job?

Are you obsessed with all things Blackburn Rovers?

Are you 12 years old?

Are you still a virgin? (sex with family member excluded)

I THINK WE ALL KNOW THE TRUTH!!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: As the pressure mounts to cut costs at Ewood Park with the impending Financial Fair Play punishments looming, Blackburn Rovers officials have revealed that playing staff are now expected to bring a packed lunch, wash their own kit and clean their own boots. In a series of extreme cost cutting measures players are also expected to make their own way to away games next season. Matchday catering is expected to be replaced with a Venky's chicken outlet, whilst a ground-share with AFC Darwen is currently being considered as an alternative to investing in the necessary repair work to the almost derelict Riverside stand which was recently reported amid safety concerns as being a death-trap. Sad days indeed for Blackburn Rovers football club.[/p][/quote]Super_Clarets how many hours do you spend per day reading news articles about Rovers? Have you got a job? Are you obsessed with all things Blackburn Rovers? Are you 12 years old? Are you still a virgin? (sex with family member excluded) I THINK WE ALL KNOW THE TRUTH!! Blackburn_End
  • Score: 21

3:12pm Thu 15 May 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

BREAKING NEWS!!!! It has been rumoured that Super Clar.twa.s is planning to comment on the Dingles which are apparently his own team, although there are major doubts about this. At present its the same old boring stuff day in and day out which we have all heard so many times yawn yawn yawn, apparently it is believed he is about to discuss transfer Burnley targets,wage bills, and even the Dingles in Europe! However that last claim obviously involves a late Jet 2 deal to Turkey or Benidorm along with his Sister and Stepmum.
BREAKING NEWS!!!! It has been rumoured that Super Clar.twa.s is planning to comment on the Dingles which are apparently his own team, although there are major doubts about this. At present its the same old boring stuff day in and day out which we have all heard so many times yawn yawn yawn, apparently it is believed he is about to discuss transfer Burnley targets,wage bills, and even the Dingles in Europe! However that last claim obviously involves a late Jet 2 deal to Turkey or Benidorm along with his Sister and Stepmum. George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: 9

4:11pm Thu 15 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
As the pressure mounts to cut costs at Ewood Park with the impending Financial Fair Play punishments looming, Blackburn Rovers officials have revealed that playing staff are now expected to bring a packed lunch, wash their own kit and clean their own boots.

In a series of extreme cost cutting measures players are also expected to make their own way to away games next season. Matchday catering is expected to be replaced with a Venky's chicken outlet, whilst a ground-share with AFC Darwen is currently being considered as an alternative to investing in the necessary repair work to the almost derelict Riverside stand which was recently reported amid safety concerns as being a death-trap.

Sad days indeed for Blackburn Rovers football club.
you cant say the riverside stand is a death-trap
you can get yourself in a lot of trouble with the police and blackburn rovers
you need to tone it down and keep your thoughts about death traps to yourself
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: As the pressure mounts to cut costs at Ewood Park with the impending Financial Fair Play punishments looming, Blackburn Rovers officials have revealed that playing staff are now expected to bring a packed lunch, wash their own kit and clean their own boots. In a series of extreme cost cutting measures players are also expected to make their own way to away games next season. Matchday catering is expected to be replaced with a Venky's chicken outlet, whilst a ground-share with AFC Darwen is currently being considered as an alternative to investing in the necessary repair work to the almost derelict Riverside stand which was recently reported amid safety concerns as being a death-trap. Sad days indeed for Blackburn Rovers football club.[/p][/quote]you cant say the riverside stand is a death-trap you can get yourself in a lot of trouble with the police and blackburn rovers you need to tone it down and keep your thoughts about death traps to yourself jim 2012
  • Score: 5

5:21pm Thu 15 May 14

adsybrey says...

Super_Clarets. You do know the internet is a much bigger place than the LET? Try watching some **** and pretend you are watching your sister or your dad or something and let off some much needed tension. I love the rivalry between the two clubs but seriously, you must be one of the loneliest people on this planet if all you do is sit in front of a computer and refresh the LET Blackburn Rovers page every 5 minutes, all day every day. Start concentrating on your own club maybe? Start getting out a bit more maybe? I am getting worried that when you get relegated next season we might have another Raul Moat in the making.....
Super_Clarets. You do know the internet is a much bigger place than the LET? Try watching some **** and pretend you are watching your sister or your dad or something and let off some much needed tension. I love the rivalry between the two clubs but seriously, you must be one of the loneliest people on this planet if all you do is sit in front of a computer and refresh the LET Blackburn Rovers page every 5 minutes, all day every day. Start concentrating on your own club maybe? Start getting out a bit more maybe? I am getting worried that when you get relegated next season we might have another Raul Moat in the making..... adsybrey
  • Score: 12

6:22pm Thu 15 May 14

angryandy says...

Ewood_Mark wrote:
Well that PR company can't be that good. We are STILL the laughing stock of all the football leagues. At least the recent demise of Leeds United has toned down the embarrassment of our football club but after being humbled at our own ground by our neighbours and then to see them grace the premier league has been disastrous. It just isn't fair!
To**er!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Ewood_Mark[/bold] wrote: Well that PR company can't be that good. We are STILL the laughing stock of all the football leagues. At least the recent demise of Leeds United has toned down the embarrassment of our football club but after being humbled at our own ground by our neighbours and then to see them grace the premier league has been disastrous. It just isn't fair![/p][/quote]To**er!!!!! angryandy
  • Score: 4

6:34pm Thu 15 May 14

Maxrus says...

adsybrey wrote:
Super_Clarets. You do know the internet is a much bigger place than the LET? Try watching some **** and pretend you are watching your sister or your dad or something and let off some much needed tension. I love the rivalry between the two clubs but seriously, you must be one of the loneliest people on this planet if all you do is sit in front of a computer and refresh the LET Blackburn Rovers page every 5 minutes, all day every day. Start concentrating on your own club maybe? Start getting out a bit more maybe? I am getting worried that when you get relegated next season we might have another Raul Moat in the making.....
Well, at least that will keep the Clot busy tonight trawling through Wikipedia to find out who Raul played for!
[quote][p][bold]adsybrey[/bold] wrote: Super_Clarets. You do know the internet is a much bigger place than the LET? Try watching some **** and pretend you are watching your sister or your dad or something and let off some much needed tension. I love the rivalry between the two clubs but seriously, you must be one of the loneliest people on this planet if all you do is sit in front of a computer and refresh the LET Blackburn Rovers page every 5 minutes, all day every day. Start concentrating on your own club maybe? Start getting out a bit more maybe? I am getting worried that when you get relegated next season we might have another Raul Moat in the making.....[/p][/quote]Well, at least that will keep the Clot busy tonight trawling through Wikipedia to find out who Raul played for! Maxrus
  • Score: 9

6:58pm Thu 15 May 14

baldie says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
As the pressure mounts to cut costs at Ewood Park with the impending Financial Fair Play punishments looming, Blackburn Rovers officials have revealed that playing staff are now expected to bring a packed lunch, wash their own kit and clean their own boots.

In a series of extreme cost cutting measures players are also expected to make their own way to away games next season. Matchday catering is expected to be replaced with a Venky's chicken outlet, whilst a ground-share with AFC Darwen is currently being considered as an alternative to investing in the necessary repair work to the almost derelict Riverside stand which was recently reported amid safety concerns as being a death-trap.

Sad days indeed for Blackburn Rovers football club.
We could always ask Brendan for a loan,he's raking it in.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: As the pressure mounts to cut costs at Ewood Park with the impending Financial Fair Play punishments looming, Blackburn Rovers officials have revealed that playing staff are now expected to bring a packed lunch, wash their own kit and clean their own boots. In a series of extreme cost cutting measures players are also expected to make their own way to away games next season. Matchday catering is expected to be replaced with a Venky's chicken outlet, whilst a ground-share with AFC Darwen is currently being considered as an alternative to investing in the necessary repair work to the almost derelict Riverside stand which was recently reported amid safety concerns as being a death-trap. Sad days indeed for Blackburn Rovers football club.[/p][/quote]We could always ask Brendan for a loan,he's raking it in. baldie
  • Score: 5

9:28pm Thu 15 May 14

noddy57 says...

best thing we could have done. far too many hangers on we need to get rid of a few more too.
best thing we could have done. far too many hangers on we need to get rid of a few more too. noddy57
  • Score: 4

10:25pm Thu 15 May 14

digitusjonfred says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
A sign of things to come I'm affraid players will be next on the hit list all Gary can wish for is to sign a bargain bucket from KFC.
Where doomed as they say doomed i tell thee
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
zzzzzzzzzzz
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: A sign of things to come I'm affraid players will be next on the hit list all Gary can wish for is to sign a bargain bucket from KFC. Where doomed as they say doomed i tell thee[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzz digitusjonfred
  • Score: 1

10:27pm Thu 15 May 14

digitusjonfred says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image.

Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny.

Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice.

Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.
BORING BORING...YAWWN.... ZZZZZZZZZ
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: As expected the cost cutting begins in earnest as the owners now give up even bothering about their media coverage and public image. Financial Fair Play has the Venky's literally filling their pants. This is about to get REALLY funny. Next up on the agenda, Jordan Rhodes... can we justify his £40,000 a week salary or do we sell him, pocket a few million and reduce our exposure to further FFP sanctions? Tough choice. Watch this space for further cost cutting comedy from the Clampetts.[/p][/quote]BORING BORING...YAWWN.... ZZZZZZZZZ digitusjonfred
  • Score: 2

10:29pm Thu 15 May 14

digitusjonfred says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
As the pressure mounts to cut costs at Ewood Park with the impending Financial Fair Play punishments looming, Blackburn Rovers officials have revealed that playing staff are now expected to bring a packed lunch, wash their own kit and clean their own boots.

In a series of extreme cost cutting measures players are also expected to make their own way to away games next season. Matchday catering is expected to be replaced with a Venky's chicken outlet, whilst a ground-share with AFC Darwen is currently being considered as an alternative to investing in the necessary repair work to the almost derelict Riverside stand which was recently reported amid safety concerns as being a death-trap.

Sad days indeed for Blackburn Rovers football club.
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
zzzzzzzz
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: As the pressure mounts to cut costs at Ewood Park with the impending Financial Fair Play punishments looming, Blackburn Rovers officials have revealed that playing staff are now expected to bring a packed lunch, wash their own kit and clean their own boots. In a series of extreme cost cutting measures players are also expected to make their own way to away games next season. Matchday catering is expected to be replaced with a Venky's chicken outlet, whilst a ground-share with AFC Darwen is currently being considered as an alternative to investing in the necessary repair work to the almost derelict Riverside stand which was recently reported amid safety concerns as being a death-trap. Sad days indeed for Blackburn Rovers football club.[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzz digitusjonfred
  • Score: 1

11:46am Fri 16 May 14

vicn1956 says...

Who gave up on who?
The PR firm on the club
or the club on the PR firm?

Venkys- big ideas -no clue.

"Trust us."
Who gave up on who? The PR firm on the club or the club on the PR firm? Venkys- big ideas -no clue. "Trust us." vicn1956
  • Score: 0

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