Blackburn Rovers started the new season with a lot of hope that they would get back into the Premier League after an extended absence.
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.
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 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.
Not everyone’s happy with the recent game against the Wolves - some people are even in denial over the match, according to Paul Lambert.
Lambert stated that he was one of the ones in denial over the Wolves game and it was one of the poorest games that he’d ever seen in his career.
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.
Blackburn Rovers continued their improvement in form after the arrival of Paul Lambert, as they sealed a place in the fifth round of the FA Cup with a 3-0 win against Oxford United.
Blackburn Rovers continued with their unbeaten run under Paul Lambert, but they were unable to secure three points against Nottingham Forest.
Inter Milan star Stevan Jovetic, who is trying to recover from a failed move to Manchester City, says that he is ready to play in any position manager Roberto Mancini wants him to play.