Looks at Rovers' decline

icon kean229 May ~ The various goings-on at Blackburn Rovers under the ownership of the Venky's has been somewhat mystifying at times. Rishi Sikka, a Rovers fan and film-maker based in Essex, decided to make a documentary about how the situation was allowed to develop. He has interviewed a wide range of people, from PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor to the club's "global adviser" Shebby Singh. Above all, he has provided a platform for a community to voice their concern about their football club. The detailed account lasts nearly an hour and can be watched below.


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