Former Blackburn Rovers footballer Colin Kazim-Richards made a homophobic gesture, a court has heard.
Gary Bowyer believes his Blackburn team will relish the role of the underdog when they travel to Manchester City in their FA Cup replay.
The former Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean has returned to football with a new job in Singapore.
Statement: Jordan Rhodes http://t.co/CN7fHSBE19
– Alan Myers Director of Communications, Blackburn Rovers.
"We have recently received two official bids for the services of Jordan Rhodes from Hull City FC, both have been respectfully and categorically rejected."
Blackburn manager Gary Bowyer says Hull have made a bid for prolific striker Jordan Rhodes.
The 24-year-old Scotland international, who scored 25 goals for Rovers in the Sky Bet Championship last season, has been targeted by Tigers boss Steve Bruce to replace Shane Long following his recent move to Southampton.
Speaking at his pre-match press conference on Thursday lunchtime, Bowyer said: "There has been an enquiry which has been taken to the board and the owners and that's as much as I know."
Rhodes is expected to be involved in Rovers' clash with Bournemouth on Saturday.
Footballer Robbie Savage, who recently cut his long blonde hair, has donated the off-cuts to the National Football Museum in Manchester.
Savage, who spent time at Blackburn Rovers and Crewe Alexandra, revealed he had the chop after picking up his wife's passport, and mistaking it for his own.
David Dunn has signed a new one-year deal to extend his stay at his boyhood club, Blackburn Rovers.
Aside from a four-year spell with Birmingham City, this new deal means Dunn will have spent more than 14 years as a professional at Ewood Park.
Former Blackburn Rovers footballer Colin Kazim-Richards has been found guilty of making a homophobic gesture at a match while playing against one of his previous clubs.
The 27-year-old claimed he was bantering with the crowd when he allegedly made a homophobic gesture towards them while playing against Brighton and Hove Albion, a court has heard.
But magistrate Darren Reynolds sitting at Brighton Magistrates' Court, told the footballer they accepted the evidence the four prosecution witnesses had given them.
Mr Reynolds said: "We find that these gestures were insulting and believe that you were aware that such gestures would be insulting."
Kazim-Richards was fined £750, ordered to pay £620 court costs and a £75 victim surcharge after being found guilty of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, or disorderly behaviour, within the sight or hearing of a person, likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.
A film marking rivalry of Blackburn Rovers and Burnley derby has hit the internet.
It is written and narrated by Burnley actor Thomas Pickles.
Bolton boss Dougie Freedman and Blackburn goalkeeper Paul Robinson look ahead to today's Championship clash at the Reebok Stadium.