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Berg hails Rovers' quality

BLACKBURN Rovers boss Henning Berg hailed his side's "quality" after he was given his first win as manager in style.

A Jordan Rhodes treble and a Mauro Formica opener gave Rovers a 4-1 win at Peterborough to move Rovers back into the Championship play-off spots.

Berg said: "Great win and a good performance.The difference from this game to the Huddersfield and Birmingham games was the quality in the last third.

"The final pass, the finishing was fantastic. We were close against Huddersfield and Birmingham, should have won both games but today there was no doubt about it we were the better team.

"Jordan is a great finisher and we have known that all the time. He has shown that in League One and what he has done already at Blackburn without getting too many chances.

"Our job is to make sure we feed him in the box. If we do that, he will score goals."

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8:45pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Arte1875 says...

Great win - we're on the way!!!
Great win - we're on the way!!! Arte1875
  • Score: 3

8:46pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Ewood Can Roar Again says...

Congratulations Berg. What I've seen and heard so far has been more than positive
Congratulations Berg. What I've seen and heard so far has been more than positive Ewood Can Roar Again
  • Score: 4

8:59pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Captain Dreckley says...

The first of many wins for Berg as Rovers manager. Although Jordan will grab the headlines what was really apparent was that this was a whole team performance. Now it is time to kick on and take this league by storm. Once we get Nunes supplying the front line we will really do the goal difference some good. Marcus Olsson got into some fantastic positions but his final ball was awful. But what a day, the Rovers win, the bast*rds lose. Sleep well tonight.
The first of many wins for Berg as Rovers manager. Although Jordan will grab the headlines what was really apparent was that this was a whole team performance. Now it is time to kick on and take this league by storm. Once we get Nunes supplying the front line we will really do the goal difference some good. Marcus Olsson got into some fantastic positions but his final ball was awful. But what a day, the Rovers win, the bast*rds lose. Sleep well tonight. Captain Dreckley
  • Score: 2

10:03pm Sat 17 Nov 12

greenscreener says...

A very encouraging showing against admittedly very poor opposition, still some work to do but its good to watch a team that looks like it has some kind of plan.

Really hope a few of the lost thousands have seen that Rovers under Berg look like a different proposition to the dross that Kean produced.

Particularly enjoyed hearing the Barmy Army singing "Bring on the Dingles"

COYB
A very encouraging showing against admittedly very poor opposition, still some work to do but its good to watch a team that looks like it has some kind of plan. Really hope a few of the lost thousands have seen that Rovers under Berg look like a different proposition to the dross that Kean produced. Particularly enjoyed hearing the Barmy Army singing "Bring on the Dingles" COYB greenscreener
  • Score: 3

10:54pm Sat 17 Nov 12

diamonds2india says...

greenscreener wrote:
A very encouraging showing against admittedly very poor opposition, still some work to do but its good to watch a team that looks like it has some kind of plan. Really hope a few of the lost thousands have seen that Rovers under Berg look like a different proposition to the dross that Kean produced. Particularly enjoyed hearing the Barmy Army singing "Bring on the Dingles" COYB
As you say...against very poor opposition. That is how far the club has plummeted when people (mainly players and associates) come on here with bogus accounts and hail an away win over second from bottom Peterborough. Unfortunately they know that Rovers were sent down last season and will not be back in the Premiership for another couple of seasons at the very earliest (if ever).....
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Prove me wrong fellas!!!
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: A very encouraging showing against admittedly very poor opposition, still some work to do but its good to watch a team that looks like it has some kind of plan. Really hope a few of the lost thousands have seen that Rovers under Berg look like a different proposition to the dross that Kean produced. Particularly enjoyed hearing the Barmy Army singing "Bring on the Dingles" COYB[/p][/quote]As you say...against very poor opposition. That is how far the club has plummeted when people (mainly players and associates) come on here with bogus accounts and hail an away win over second from bottom Peterborough. Unfortunately they know that Rovers were sent down last season and will not be back in the Premiership for another couple of seasons at the very earliest (if ever)..... . Prove me wrong fellas!!! diamonds2india
  • Score: -11

4:05am Sun 18 Nov 12

MxMave says...

Captain Dreckley wrote:
The first of many wins for Berg as Rovers manager. Although Jordan will grab the headlines what was really apparent was that this was a whole team performance. Now it is time to kick on and take this league by storm. Once we get Nunes supplying the front line we will really do the goal difference some good. Marcus Olsson got into some fantastic positions but his final ball was awful. But what a day, the Rovers win, the bast*rds lose. Sleep well tonight.
Agreed about Markus Olsson. Although Fabio Nunez's final ball is worse I would say, his crossing ability is near zero. The natural choice for that position is either Martin Olsson or Simon Vucevic for me. Would be interesting to see if Markus could be tailored to the LB role then he dosent need to rely on his ball skills.
[quote][p][bold]Captain Dreckley[/bold] wrote: The first of many wins for Berg as Rovers manager. Although Jordan will grab the headlines what was really apparent was that this was a whole team performance. Now it is time to kick on and take this league by storm. Once we get Nunes supplying the front line we will really do the goal difference some good. Marcus Olsson got into some fantastic positions but his final ball was awful. But what a day, the Rovers win, the bast*rds lose. Sleep well tonight.[/p][/quote]Agreed about Markus Olsson. Although Fabio Nunez's final ball is worse I would say, his crossing ability is near zero. The natural choice for that position is either Martin Olsson or Simon Vucevic for me. Would be interesting to see if Markus could be tailored to the LB role then he dosent need to rely on his ball skills. MxMave
  • Score: 0

10:37am Sun 18 Nov 12

LanghoDAN says...

Amazing to watch
Amazing to watch LanghoDAN
  • Score: 1

11:47am Sun 18 Nov 12

The Super Blues says...

Great to watch. Onwards and upwards
Great to watch. Onwards and upwards The Super Blues
  • Score: 1

3:56pm Sun 18 Nov 12

French Rover says...

diamonds2india wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
A very encouraging showing against admittedly very poor opposition, still some work to do but its good to watch a team that looks like it has some kind of plan. Really hope a few of the lost thousands have seen that Rovers under Berg look like a different proposition to the dross that Kean produced. Particularly enjoyed hearing the Barmy Army singing "Bring on the Dingles" COYB
As you say...against very poor opposition. That is how far the club has plummeted when people (mainly players and associates) come on here with bogus accounts and hail an away win over second from bottom Peterborough. Unfortunately they know that Rovers were sent down last season and will not be back in the Premiership for another couple of seasons at the very earliest (if ever).....
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Prove me wrong fellas!!!
nutter
[quote][p][bold]diamonds2india[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: A very encouraging showing against admittedly very poor opposition, still some work to do but its good to watch a team that looks like it has some kind of plan. Really hope a few of the lost thousands have seen that Rovers under Berg look like a different proposition to the dross that Kean produced. Particularly enjoyed hearing the Barmy Army singing "Bring on the Dingles" COYB[/p][/quote]As you say...against very poor opposition. That is how far the club has plummeted when people (mainly players and associates) come on here with bogus accounts and hail an away win over second from bottom Peterborough. Unfortunately they know that Rovers were sent down last season and will not be back in the Premiership for another couple of seasons at the very earliest (if ever)..... . Prove me wrong fellas!!![/p][/quote]nutter French Rover
  • Score: 1

12:48pm Tue 20 Nov 12

ChrisDeBerg says...

French Rover wrote:
diamonds2india wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
A very encouraging showing against admittedly very poor opposition, still some work to do but its good to watch a team that looks like it has some kind of plan. Really hope a few of the lost thousands have seen that Rovers under Berg look like a different proposition to the dross that Kean produced. Particularly enjoyed hearing the Barmy Army singing "Bring on the Dingles" COYB
As you say...against very poor opposition. That is how far the club has plummeted when people (mainly players and associates) come on here with bogus accounts and hail an away win over second from bottom Peterborough. Unfortunately they know that Rovers were sent down last season and will not be back in the Premiership for another couple of seasons at the very earliest (if ever).....
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Prove me wrong fellas!!!
nutter
Smelly, you are papping yourself! Derby game a week on Sunday! Haha!

75% Dingle
25% Rovers

Just too bad you only have the Claret shirts eh?! Because if you had the Blue and White you could have tried to mingle in with the class that is Rovers come derby day!
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]diamonds2india[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: A very encouraging showing against admittedly very poor opposition, still some work to do but its good to watch a team that looks like it has some kind of plan. Really hope a few of the lost thousands have seen that Rovers under Berg look like a different proposition to the dross that Kean produced. Particularly enjoyed hearing the Barmy Army singing "Bring on the Dingles" COYB[/p][/quote]As you say...against very poor opposition. That is how far the club has plummeted when people (mainly players and associates) come on here with bogus accounts and hail an away win over second from bottom Peterborough. Unfortunately they know that Rovers were sent down last season and will not be back in the Premiership for another couple of seasons at the very earliest (if ever)..... . Prove me wrong fellas!!![/p][/quote]nutter[/p][/quote]Smelly, you are papping yourself! Derby game a week on Sunday! Haha! 75% Dingle 25% Rovers Just too bad you only have the Claret shirts eh?! Because if you had the Blue and White you could have tried to mingle in with the class that is Rovers come derby day! ChrisDeBerg
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