Venky’s have proved controversial owners of Blackburn

Blackburn supporters' group looking to learn from Swansea model

Fans hope involvement in the club can help the struggling Championship side

Norwich's Jonny Howson dribbles past McAnuff

Norwich City 2 Reading 1 match report: Canaries calm their own nerves but leave Reading in a flap

Two goals in two minutes early in the second half were just enough to give Norwich City their second Premier League win of 2013 and ease their growing fears of joining their all-but doomed visitors Reading in relegation.

The club's community programme will work to undo the damage caused to its image by rioting fans

The Last Word: Millwall fans fight – to change the club's image through charity work

The club's community programme is a force for good in a deprived area

Hull’s Gedo (right) challenges Lewin Nyatanga last night

Hull City 0 Bristol City 0 match report: Steve Bruce admits ‘nerves’ have stalled Hull rise

Attention: There is an unclaimed lottery ticket in Hull area.

Steve Bruce has mixed man-management and sports science to take Hull to the brink of promotion

Hull desperate to avoid Championship play-offs

The Tigers take on Bristol City tonight hoping to improve automatic promotion chances

Robin van Persie salvaged a point for Manchester United

Sam Allardyce escapes FA action over comments following West Ham's draw with Manchester United

Allardyce was upset that assistant referee Harry Lennard has failed to spot Robin van Persie was offside

Andy Carroll tangles with Manchester United keeper David De Gea

Rampaging West Ham striker Andy Carroll posts reminder of his talent against Manchester United

Those of us who watched him grow into the Championship, the Newcastle number nine shirt and then into the Premier League, cannot help but feel frustrated

City striker Carlos Tevez celebrates his second half goal
Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan celebrates his team's promotion to the Premier League

Cardiff - the key games to promotion

The Welsh team secured promotion to the Premier League last night

Henning Berg with Blackburn's global adviser Shebby Singh when he was unveiled as manager last November

Blackburn Rovers slammed as 'woeful' and 'unforgivable' by judge in Henning Berg pay dispute

Club lambasted in court as ‘unforgivable’ after late U-turn over paying the contract of their former manager

A cockerel – released to protest against Blackburn owners Venky’s – held up play at Ewood Park

Venky's open dialogue with Blackburn supports' group

Rovers Trust want fan ownership of the club

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It was my privilege to present Tom Wells his gong for Most Promising Playwright at the Critics' Circle Awards in 2012. This was in honour of The Kitchen Sink, an adorably funny play which, in calculated contradiction of its class-war-promising title, showed how the family of a milkman who was facing a phase-out because of competition from Tesco fought to cope with life -  in a spirit of quirky resilience and stoical humour - in a North East Yorkshire world of recession and wind-down.

Kenny Jackett knows the pain of FA Cup defeat at Wembley

FA Cup semi-finals: Millwall are looking like a smart outfit under Kenny Jackett

On slender resources the highly rated manager has generated a ‘family’ spirit at the Championship club

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Premier League survival is more important than FA Cup glory admits Wigan owner Dave Whelan

The Latics play Millwall at Wembley on Saturday

Anuradha Desai and her brothers have been criticised by fans

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Blackburn Rovers are third from bottom

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