Rovers held a Supporters' Consultation Meeting at Ewood Park last week, with chief executive Steve Waggott, finance director Mike Cheston and first-team manager Tony Mowbray taking questions on various aspects of the club.
The main points from the meeting are as follows:
- The club are firmly focused on stability and sustainable growth on the back of a successful season both on and off the pitch, with Tony Mowbray receiving the full backing of the Owners.
- Fan engagement remains a key objective, with open and honest conversation encouraged between the club and its supporters.
- The fortunes of the first-team squad are a key commercial driver, and therefore the club is focused on giving Tony Mowbray the best possible platform for success with a competitive squad.
- Tony Mowbray hopes to add more players to his first-team squad during the summer transfer window, and is confident that “we can get the players we want.”
- A new senior management team will be put in place in the coming weeks, to ensure the club is as efficient as possible in 2018/19.
- The club is focused on improving the matchday experience for all fans, which includes the introduction of a new Fortress system. The club is also exploring matchday payment methods and Wi-Fi improvements.
- The club’s matchday programme will remain in operation for the foreseeable future, though its distribution will be reviewed ahead of the new season.
- The club has held positive talks with a number of potential kit sponsors and are hopeful of making an announcement regarding the new kits in the coming weeks.
Click here to access BBC Radio Lancashire's extended coverage of the event, which aired over the weekend.