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  • "I agree that not renewing season tickets and striking against the club is an excellent economical strike towards venky's, however I also think that by doing that Venky's will go on to sell remaining players, players will leave as they a) will be playing for a championship side now not a premiership side, and b) will not be playing in front of a crowd which will then lead them to leave the club. I feel that we need to come up with another way of striking against venky's, because if we stop going to games we'll just lose the players and end up having to play Myles Anderson who was signed by his father one of the main contributing factors that lead to the mess we are currently in. There are possibilities but god knows how they would work. It would be amazing if each fan could buy a share of blackburn rovers and eventually takeover venkys by outbuying all their shares, which would allow the fans to control our club and hire the right people for the job. Would be an extremely unlikely and probably impossible process, but a miserable Blackburn Rovers fan can dream."
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Rovers confirm Hunt's departure

Lancashire Telegraph: Paul Hunt's departure has finally been confirmed Paul Hunt's departure has finally been confirmed

Blackburn Rovers have finally confirmed deputy chief executive Paul Hunt has left the club.

More than 24 hours after Hunt's exit was widely reported, Rovers have released a one sentence statement confirming the news.

The statement read: "Blackburn Rovers Football Club can confirm that deputy chief executive Paul Hunt has left the club."

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