I am too weary and sad about what the witless Venky's have done to my beloved Blackburn Rovers. I am at risk of repeating myself.
Indeed, here is what I said just over a year ago:
This is what Venky's should do now. They should turn round to the
protesting fans, and to John Williams, and to Tom Finn, to Ian
Battersby, Ian Currie, Wayne Wild and Roger Devlin and say, "Sorry, we
just didn't understand English football. We cocked up. Have your club
back. We're sorry."
But those protesting fans have somewhat splintered. We had the disgraceful scene this morning of self-appointed fans spokesman Glen Mullan commenting on Radio5Live about the "downward spiral" and saying "someone needs to be accountable", without ever criticising the ownership of the club by Venky's or their appointee Shebby Singh. This is a guy who shared a platform with Shebby Singh.
No, the only serious option is for all Rovers fans to get behind a serious and concerted effort to rid the club of these idiots and pursue a supporter ownership model. It won't get us back to the top of the premiership, it won't attract top talent, but it will restore dignity where currently there is none.