Blackburn Rovers deputy chief
executive Paul Hunt has left the club after a letter was made
public in which he asked the Indian owners to sack manager Steve
Kean, the club said on Thursday.
The letter from Hunt to Venky's was written in December
after Blackburn fell to the bottom of the Premier League table.
Despite Blackburn being relegated from the Premier League on
Monday, the owners have stood by Kean.
"Blackburn Rovers Football Club can confirm that deputy
chief executive Paul Hunt has left the club," Blackburn said in
a statement on their website.
Hunt's departure adds to the sense of unease at Rovers who
have endured a miserable season and lost their place among the
elite for the first time in 11 years.
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