RADIO Rovers will no longer broadcast on home matchdays this season, the club have announced.
Rovers confirmed the news in advance of the first home game of the season against Doncaster Rovers this afternoon.
It was launched back in October 1993 and was a pioneer, becoming the first football club to run a dedicated radio station.
As well as the radio broadcast, it was also available for disabled fans within the ground, for who Rovers say have been notified about the change.
A club statement read: “Please be advised that Radio Rovers will not be broadcasting on home matchdays this season. The club has notified its blind/partially-sighted supporters, some of whom used Radio Rovers’ commentary to enjoy the game and we are considering options for other ways of enhancing their matchday experience.”
Source : LancashireTelegraph