Oliver Holt, chief football writer of the daily Mirror predicts the demise of Blackburn Rovers under Steve Kean and certain relegation into the abyss of the football league. He is not alone in his opinion amongst the British Sporting Press.
Reg has been predicting the chain of events that have unfolded at Ewood Park since the 13th December 2010, the day Sam Allardyce was sacked. I did not however expect such a dismal run of form, one win in the eleven premiership games, Rovers worst run of form since 1986 twenty five years ago.
Still Kean insists we will win one other game to lift us to safety, if you win one in eleven it is stretching credibility to believe you will win one game in three. No chance of another win in our last three games, and a draw is the best we can believe will make us safe, so long as Man United and Wolves do not do serious damage to our goal difference.
Either way, Steve Kean and John Jenson are not the men to take Blackburn forward. Rovers need a creditable, experienced manager who is his own man and who can attract quality players to the club.
What footballer of any repute wants to play for Mr Kean?