BLACKBURN MUST IMPROVE
Blackburn Rovers finished the past season on the 17th spot and are now seeing their way into the top 12 spots of the Championship and according to the head coach of the club, Gary Bowyer it is a huge improvement which shows that his club and players are improving.
Bowyer said: “You could say we’ve won one in eight but that’s a negative mindset and I can’t deal with people who have got a negative mindset’’.
“This time last year we were talking about staying in the division so the progress that has been made has been good. The people we’ve brought into the club have been good and they will just get better the more and more time they spend together as unit’’.
Adam Hanley is a 19 years old youngster who has over 13 appearances for Blackburn Rovers in the league and he revealed that there has been a big difference in the squad from what it used to be a year ago.
Hanley said: “We’ve come a long way in the last year if you look at the situation we found ourselves in a year ago. I think it’s important that we look at that and see how far we’ve come as a team, a group and a club, and as long as we stick together we can only go forward.
“The club is totally different to a year ago; it’s a much better place to be. I know we’d like to be higher up the league, and I think we’re probably unlucky not to be, but we’re still a young team who has only been put together this season. There’s still a lot of work to do but I’m sure we’ll get it right.”
If Blackburn Rovers manages on picking up positive results in the remaining few matches of the season, it will be a good outcome and campaign for Gary Bowyer and his players.