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Max and Barry talk with Michael Butler about Blackburn Rovers’ title-winning season of 1994-95, with stories of training being regularly stopped by hearses, the SAS, an appraisal of the notion that they bought the league and Jack Walker attempting to penalise one of Michael’s relatives for supporting the wrong team.

In part three we discuss the latest Project Restart news, and how that relates to grassroots football.

Back on Monday.

PS: unfortunately our show in Leeds has been rescheduled – it will now be taking place on 17 September. we will, of course, keep you updated were things to change further.





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ALAN SHEARER & CHAIRMAN JACK WALKER CELEBRATE BLACKBURN'S PREMIER LEAGUE TROPHY WIN WITH THE TROPHY 14/5/1995 LIVERPOOL V BLACKBURN ROVERS Anfield Liverpool 2 Blackburn 1
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