Rovers CEO on trailing season ticket sales: "Where is everyone?"

6 August 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Rovers' Amari'i Bell during the match between Blackburn and Charlton at Ewood Park on August 3, 2019

Blackburn Rovers has sold fewer season tickets than last year.

Rovers CEO, Steve Waggot, hopes club efforts will increase stadium attendance.

Jesper Elkjær Jensen jej@offthepitch.com

Prior to the opening day defeat against Charlton at home last Saturday, Blackburn Rovers had sold just over 8,500 season tickets.

That left Rovers trailing their own target of 10,000, which was set by the club's chief executive officer, Steve Waggot – a target set because it’s the "quantum of cash we need," Waggot told the Lancashire Telegraph

Last season, Rovers sold 8,750 season tickets.

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