Derek Shaw: Blackburn MD reflects on High Court loss

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Shaw reflects on High Court loss

Blackburn's managing director Derek Shaw speaks to BBC Radio Lancashire for the first time about the recent High Court case, which left Rovers forced to pay former manager Henning Berg £2.25m in compensation.

Shaw was criticised by Blackburn's own lawyers for acting without the authority of the club's owners, Venky's, when he agreed the terms of Berg's contract.

Shaw insists his relationship with the owners remains strong and unharmed, and explains why he kept silent while the court case was in progress.

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