Blackburn Rovers Down!
Keene Still Confident He Will Be Rovers Manager Next Season!
Monday nights dire 1-0 defeat to Wigan confirmed their Premier League relegation and, after a season and a half of inept ownership, baffling managerial decisions and woeful signings, no one could argue those at the top of the football club didn’t have it coming.
As Wigan celebrated safety, fury, frustration, hurt and sheer bewilderment were just some of the feelings emanating from a disgusted Ewood Park as they watched their once proud club limp out of the top flight. ‘Venky’s and Kean out’ was the cry.
You have to ask what Venky’s bought Blackburn Rovers for when the Walker era came to an end? A mixture of keeping faith with the increasingly out of his depth Kean and providing little financial support left a drop into the Championship almost an inevitability
A DEFIANT Steve Kean is confident he will still be Blackburn Rovers boss next season despite condemning them to Premier League relegation.
Although subjected to the Ewood Park anger for 90 minutes, Kean vowed he would be going nowhere. He said: "I will sit down with the owners and discuss a plan to assemble a squad to get us to bounce back into the Premier League.
"We need to try to keep the majority of the squad together. I do believe I will be here next season.
“lets hope the Venkey’s sell Rovers and new owners kick Keane out” says Greengates Builders Merchants Accrington, Lancashire.