• Posted on: 16 March 2012
  • By: isport

The fans of English Premier League club Blackburn Rovers are ready to take to the streets once again in protest against the ownership of the club by Indian hatcheries giant Venky’s prior to the game against fellow English Premier League club Aston Villa.

BRFC Action Group, which has been immensely critical of the Venky’s ownership of the club ever since they took over the club almost a year and half back now, have planned to stage three marches that will begin at the same time from three different parts of the city, ultimately culminating at Ewood Park, the home ground of the club.


  • Posted on: 10 January 2012
  • By: isport

Blackburn Rovers were disappointing in their latest match, which they lost 2-1 to Stoke City.

There had been high expectations from the Rovers fans, who had hoped to see the club build on the success of their previous two matches – when they managed a draw at Anfield and managed a stunning 3-2 victory against Manchester United.

However, their performance against Stoke was not quite as impressive, and left the manager Steve Kean disappointed, and on the edge.


  • Posted on: 4 January 2012
  • By: isport

Blackburn Rovers should be spending a lot of money in the January transfer window in order to have a realistic chance of staying in the Premier League according to their legend Mick McGrath.

Mick McGrath is considered as a legend at Ewood Park and made 312 appearances for the side. Now, Blackburn are in danger of being relegated from the Premier League, thus becoming the first club to go down after having lifted the Premier League trophy at least once. Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Blackburn Rovers are the four teams that have lifted the Barclays Premier League.

Kean on the brink?

  • Posted on: 21 December 2011
  • By: isport

Bolton Wanderers leapfrogged Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League table with a vital 2-1 victory at Ewood Park, a defeat which could spell the end for Blackburn boss Steve Kean.

Blackburn fans hurled abuse at Kean from the start and many believe his position is becoming untenable.

Former Ewood Park favourite Kevin Gallacher said: "To me, it's now becoming untenable. At this moment in time the club is going into the abyss. There's a fear factor about what's going to happen to the club. I'm very worried about it."


  • Posted on: 29 November 2011
  • By: isport

After staging a quite remarkable comeback in the match against Wigan, Blackburn Rovers were left to pick up themselves for yet another Premier League weekend. Blackburn Rovers came into the match against Stoke City with some kind of form, whereas their opponents had been on an extremely poor run of form in recent weeks.

However, it looked like Stoke city were recovering from their European adventures, as they dominated against Blackburn. Stoke played extremely well to bring an end to the four consecutive defeats that they have been suffering in the League.


  • Posted on: 1 November 2011
  • By: isport

Blackburn's star striker has asked fans to get behind the team over the next few weeks, instead of spending their time protesting.

Rovers have got off to a slow start this season, which has heaped the pressure on to manager Steve Kean. He has repeatedly promised that big names will arrive, but since the club sold Phil Jones to Manchester United for just over £17m, there have been no such signings.

Yakubu arrived on a free transfer, and has helped to score some goals (and salvage some points) for the Blackburn team.


  • Posted on: 27 June 2011
  • By: content

Blackburn striker Benjani has signed a new deal with the club after his contract expired. The 32-year-old scored only three Premier League goals for Rovers last season and his contract has expired.

But the former Zimbabwe international revealed he has been offered a new 12-month deal by Rovers boss Steve Kean.

He told the Lancashire Telegraph: "Yes, I will be back at Blackburn again next season."


  • Posted on: 30 May 2011
  • By: content

Blackburn Rovers defender Ryan Nelsen will miss the rest of the season due to injury thus giving a major blow to their survival hopes.

The New Zealand international was forced off in Rovers' 1-1 draw with Birmingham at the weekend and underwent surgery on Monday.

Blackburn are currently three points above the relegation zone in 15th place and Nelsen’s partnership with Christopher Samba in the centre of defence formed the basis of the side's security, but now boss Steve Kean will be shorn of one half of his pairing.