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.

For the past few years, Blackburn Rovers has been performing in the League Championship which is the 2nd tier league of England but they used to compete in the Premier League back in the season of 2011-12, however, after being relegated they have not managed to make a return.

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.

The Blackburn manager is that he does not have any issues in handing youngsters debut because of lack experience. He believes that if they are good enough to be in the first team squad, then they should be good enough to play. He says that sometimes you need to send them on the field to see how they behave. It is the only way to test them and to know whether they will develop into a quality player.

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.

Gary Bowyer is doing impressive things

  • Posted on: 17 April 2015
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Gary Bowyer is doing impressive things as the manager of Blackburn Rovers. During his first season in charge of the English Championship League club, he managed to guide the team to an 8th spot and just barely missed out on snatching a play-off position.

Stoke City and Swansea City are the Premier League clubs which suffered defeats after locking horns with Blackburn Rovers in the English FA Cup.