Former Blackburn Rovers striker Jordan Rhodes hopes the club has success in the future, but not on Saturday.
Rhodes faces his old club when Rovers travel to Middlesbrough in the Championship.
He completed his move to North East for an undisclosed fee on transfer deadline day.
Rovers say they have reluctantly given Middlesbrough permission to speak to their star striker.Read the full story ›
Blackburn Rovers have appointed Paul Lambert as their new manager.Read the full story ›
Blackburn Rovers hero Kevin Gallacher says sacked manager Gary Bowyer should have been given more time.Read the full story ›
Former Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is the bookies' favourite to become the new Blackburn Rovers manager.Read the full story ›
Bowyer sacked! Gulp… I hope they have someone good lined up. Solid guy Gary bowyer, did a good job under difficult circumstances #rovers
Championship side Blackburn Rovers have dismissed manager Gary Bowyer with the club 16th in the Championship.
The 44-year-old had two spells as caretaker manager at Ewood Park, before being appointed as manager in May 2013.
He finished eighth in his first full season, followed by ninth last year, but Rovers have struggled this this season with just three wins.
Blackburn Rovers have been showing off two of their new signings.
Sacha Petshi and Fode Koita staged a meet-and-greet with supporters as Rovers launched their new away strip at Ewood Park.
The French duo are hoping to lead a Blackburn promotion charge in the Championship this season.
The kick off for Oldham's friendly against Blackburn on Saturday was delayed after unwanted visitors swarmed around the goalposts.Read the full story ›
Footballer Colin Hendry has been banned from the road for 17 months after he dropped his fight against a drink-driving charge concerning an incident in Lancashire.
Lawyers for Hendry, 49, had called for a "special reasons" hearing after arguing that the amount of alcohol he consumed did not tally with the excess alcohol reading recorded by police.
But the case went straight to sentencing after Blackpool Magistrates' Court heard that tests showed he was definitely over the legal limit.
Hendry was arrested by police after being stopped while driving a blue Ford Focus in Church Road, Lytham, at 1.05am on February 21.
He provided a reading of 63 micrograms per 100 millilitres of breath - the legal limit in England is 35 micrograms.
Magistrates also fined him £110 and ordered to him pay £200 prosecution costs and a victim surcharge of £20.
Hendry, of Coopers Row, Lytham, had a long playing career, captaining Scotland in the 1998 World Cup and appearing for a series of clubs including Blackburn, Manchester City, Bolton Wanderers and Glasgow Rangers.