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  • "WHY NOT A VISUAL PROTEST?
    Just a thought. It is widely known that Steve (the man who cannot win football matches) Kean despises Sam Allardyce, the man who took him from the dole que and gave him a Premiership coaching job (big mistake Sam).
    It is widely known that Mrs Anuradha (I like to be entertained) Desai and her brothers will not admit to the error they made in sacking a proven manager on the advice of disgraced football agent Jerome (the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson.
    It is widely known that Allardyce and Anderson do not like each other.
    So why not forget any verbal protest at the Wigan game, why don’t BRFC ACTION GROUP have made and distribute 10,000 face masks of Sam Allardyce for us all to wear whilst we watch the game and cheer the team on. I will certainly wear one, no security problems, they will fit in the pocket perfectly, no banners needed. Just a silent protest wearing a Sam Allardyce mask will say it all and realy get under Kean’s skin. It might even inspire the players!
    IT IS PAY BACK TIME FOR BIG SAM AND US ALL.
    Reg

    Footnote:
    To cover the costs of the masks a charge can be made and have them on sale in participating shops, pubs etc and outside the ground.
    Worth £1.00 of anyone’s money.

    www.regoftherovers.c
    o.uk/"
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GALLERY: Blackburn Rovers fans urged to grow a 'Givet beard' for survival

This Is Lancashire: Gael Givet's beard is the focus of a new campaign. Gael Givet's beard is the focus of a new campaign.

BLACKBURN Rovers’ relegation battle is getting a bit hairy – with fans growing a ‘Givet beard for survival’.

In honour of bearded favourite Gael Givet, Rovers fans have started a Twitter campaign for fans to copy his facial hair to inspire a great escape.

It will certainly be a close shave but Rovers are hoping they don’t finish a whisker away from safety.

To join the campaign, which has been backed by Givet himself, go to #GivetBeardForSurvival on Twitter.

Organisers of the campaign are also urging Givet beard growers to make a donation to East Lancashire Hospice

  • Are you growing a Givet beard? Send your pictures to bob.hart@nqnw.co.uk - and we'll add you to our online gallery.

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