The fans' group campaigning for the removal of Blackburn manager Steve Kean have been granted meetings with Government and the Premier League to air their concerns.
The BRFC Action Group have long called for the removal of Kean and claim owners Venky's, are not fit and proper persons to run the club.
Their campaign has been stepped up since the club were relegated from the Premier League amid scenes of unrest at Ewood Park last week.Blackburn MP Jack Straw has facilitated a meeting of the fans with sports minister Hugh Robertson and the Premier League have agreed in principle to meet them.
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