Michael Jackson, elephants and The Last Supper: The 'craziest' chairmen in football
Blackburn Rovers owners Venky's have some competition
Friday 22 March 2013
Michael Appleton's shocking departure this has confirmed Blackburn Rovers' place as the laughing stock of British football. The news means the Lancashire club are looking for their fourth manager this season.
A farcical situation it may be, but the Venky's aren't the only trigger-happy owners in world football; in fact some can rival and even surpass the Indian owners in the madness stakes.
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