Wes Brown is earning his coaching badges in Blackburn Rovers

  • Posted on: 28 October 2016
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Wes Brown is not only playing serving as a player in Blackburn Rovers but also as a coach as the 37 year old English defender is one of the coaches of the development squad of the English League Championship club.

The English defender has a playing career which spans for over 20 years and he is using all of that experience to guide the younger generation of players that are rising through the academy of the club.



  • Posted on: 16 October 2016
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Blackburn Rovers were knocked out of the English Football League (EFL) as Leeds United got a late winner to advance to the next stage.

The game played on Elland Road witnessed a heroic praise for Chris Wood who got his sixth goal already for Leeds this campaign. His efforts were stopped until he got the 85th minute game winner through a rebound header. The 24-year old striker scored against Blackburn when they met in the League on September 13, and scored again within a week to end the hopes of Rovers.


Blackburn Discussing with Numerous Clubs for New Players, Claims Owen Coyle

  • Posted on: 7 September 2016
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Blackburn Rovers are unlikely to have any new faces for the upcoming EFL cup clash with Crewe Alexandra, according to manager Owen Coyle.

The injury-hit squad has suffered immensely in the opening few games of the season. Blackburn have taken just one point from these four matches and are sitting bottom of the table. It is a desperate situation at Ewood Park, butCoyle has requested patience from the supporters. He expects things to improve once the club brings a few additions in the remaining few days of the transfer window. Even if they may not be permanent solutions, Coyle is confident that at least a few loan signings will come to the club.


Owen Coyle is the man tasked to return Blackburn to the Premier League

  • Posted on: 16 July 2016
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Paul Lambert only spent around 6 months in charge of the Championship outfit Blackburn Rovers as he opted to activate a release clause after having pushed the team to 12 wins, 13 defeats and 8 draws.

Lambert kicked off his managerial career in Blackburn Rovers on November of 2015 and his spell ended on May of 2016.


Blackburn Rovers is in the process of interviewing managers

  • Posted on: 22 June 2016
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Paul Lambert was the latest manager to take charge of Blackburn Rovers but on April 28 of 2016, he opted to trigger a clause in his contract that allowed him to leave the club after the last match during the season of 2015-16.

Blackburn Rovers is now working to appoint the next manager as the head officials of the club have been interviewing candidates that might have what it takes to succeed Paul Lambert and try to push the club back to the Premier League.


Jack Doyle may start for Blackburn Rovers

  • Posted on: 5 May 2016
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Jack Doyle may start for Blackburn Rovers on Saturday against Bristol City
Paul Lambert has stated that he might consider giving Jack Doyle his first start for Blackburn Rovers in the game against Bristol City.

With Tommy Spurr still injured, the young left back might get his chance to make his debut in the team.

If he starts, Jack Doyle will be the second youngster that has been handed his league debut after Lambert promoted Connor Mahoney to the first team in the match against Nottingham Forest.


Neil McDonald believes the season is not anymore good for Team

  • Posted on: 3 April 2016
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Neil McDonald believes the season has reached such a stage where it is of no importance if his team is looking pleasant or ungainly on the pitch and the only thing which everyone including himself is concerned about is the points’ tally.

According to McDonald, if an ugly performance fetches points for the team, so be it, but, it’s only the points which matter if Blackpool has to avoid the demotion to the fourth division.