• Posted on: 4 May 2017
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Two goals in the first ten minutes were enough for a visiting Barnsley to defeat Blackburn Rovers in the English Championship.

The results were more devastating for Rovers as Bristol City won Wolves 3-1, Burton played 1-1 with Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest defeated Huddersfield 2-0. Blackburn are deeper in the relegation mess with the result – their third loss in the last three games.

Owen Coyle Disappointed with Mistakes Leading to Loss against Ipswich Town

  • Posted on: 20 February 2017
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Blackburn manager Owen Coyle reckons that the team had committed too many mistakes in the game against Ipswich Town and it ultimately led to their downfall.

The game witnessed both teams going into the break 1-1 after goals from Thomas Lawrence andAkpan cancelled out each other. However, there was a flurry of goals in the second half and it resulted in Blackburn losing the game 3-2. It was a major disappointment for Owen Coyle’s team especially after having managed a spectacular win over Newcastle United in the previous match. Just when it seemed that Blackburn would build on this victory, they have lost momentum once again.

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.

Blackburn Rovers hope ends in Premier League

  • Posted on: 17 August 2016
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Blackburn Rovers started the new season with a lot of hope that they would get back into the Premier League after an extended absence.

The former title winners are far away from their glory days. The recent appointment of former Burnley manager Owen Coyle is expected to kick off a new era at Ewood Park. The team took on Norwich City in the opening game of the season. Even though the match was at Ewood Park, it was seen as an extremely difficult encounter since Norwich have just come back from the Premier League and are extremely strong as a squad.

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.

Following the departure of Paul Lambert, the head chiefs of Blackburn Rovers had to find someone who can take charge of the squad and it was recently announced that the man tasked to get Blackburn Rovers back into the Premier League is Owen Coyle.

Owen Coyle is an experienced manager who has taken charge of a number of English clubs including: Burnley, Bolton Wanderers and Wigan Athletic.