Blackburn fans plan fresh protests
Wednesday 11 January 2012
Organisers of protests against Blackburn's owners Venky's have called off their truce and have announced a 24-hour demonstration to take place outside Ewood Park from Friday.
The fans' group had halted their protests on December 3 but say the club have not kept their promise to hold a meeting to discuss their concerns.
A statement from the fans' group said: "Despite organisers arranging no protest for the last seven matches the club has failed to deliver on the promises and pledges they made.
"This protest will be aimed at Venky's, the legal owners of Blackburn Rovers football club."
There will also be a protest march to Ewood Park ahead of the match against Fulham on Saturday.
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