BRFC

(redirected from Blackburn Rovers Football Club)
AcronymDefinition
BRFCBlackburn Rovers Football Club
BRFCBristol Rovers Football Club (UK)
BRFCBathurst Rail Fabrication Centre (RailCorp; Australia)
BRFCBear-Resistant Food Container (wilderness areas)
BRFCBlack Rock Forest Consortium (Cornwall, NY)
BRFCBroadcast Film Critics
BRFCBlue Ribbon Fire Commission (California)
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The full statement from Rovers said: "The Venky's Group, owners of OUT: Sam Blackburn Rovers Football Club, has today confirmed the departure of manager Sam Allardyce and assistant manager Neil McDonald with immediate effect.
The full statement from Rovers said: "The Venky's Group, owners of Blackburn Rovers Football Club, has today confirmed the departure of manager Sam Allardyce and assistant manager Neil McDonald with immediate effect.
It is 81 per cent owned by Rosedale (JW) Investments - one of the family trusts established to oversee the estate of Jack Walker, the former steel magnate and owner of Blackburn Rovers football club.
Hughes said: 'Barry is a big part of my future plans at Blackburn Rovers Football Club - and I believe he is a player any club would want.
The statement said: "The Venky's Group, owners of Blackburn Rovers Football Club, has today confirmed the departure of manager Sam Allardyce and assistant manager Neil McDonald with immediate effect.
Nelsen "We would like to put on record our thanks to Mr Allardyce for his contribution to Blackburn Rovers Football Club." LMA chief executive Richard Bevan lamented the plight of Allardyce, who had previously fallen victim to a takeover when he lost his job under Mike Ashley's regime at Newcastle.
It later became British European Airways as it expanded, backed by steel tycoon Sir Jack Walker, who owned Blackburn Rovers football club.
It was set up as Jersey European Airways and then became British European Airways as it expanded with the backing of the late Sir Jack Walker, the steel tycoon who owned Blackburn Rovers football club.
His friends had included former Blackburn Rovers Football Club chairman and steel magnate Jack Walker, who died in 2000.
-Orange has just signed a three-year deal to become Official Mobile Communications Partner of Blackburn Rovers Football Club. Blackburn fans can now access the latest news, views, interviews, images and video clips on the move, any time through Orange World on their Orange phone or call 0800 0790790.
It later became British European Airways as it expanded with the backing of Sir Jack Walker, the steel tycoon who owned Blackburn Rovers football club.
It was set up as Jersey European Airways and then became British European Airways as it expanded with the backing of Sir Jack Walker, the steel tycoon who owned Blackburn Rovers football club.