Henning Berg 'wins case for unfair dismissal by Blackburn Rovers'

Blackburn manager Henning Berg on the touchline on December 7, 2012
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Henning Berg reportedly wins his court case against Blackburn Rovers over unfair dismissal.

Henning Berg has reportedly been successful in his case to prove that he was unfairly dismissed by Blackburn Rovers.

The 43-year-old took the Championship club to court after he was sacked towards the end of December following his appointment on November 1.

The court has agreed with Berg over a case involving £2.25m of unpaid wages, according to Sky Sports News.

Blackburn, who have described themselves as a club "out of control", have had four different managers over the course of the season, with caretaker boss Gary Bowyer currently in charge until the end of the campaign.

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