Blackburn Rovers boss happy with 'best squad I've ever had'

STEVE Kean believes his current Blackburn Rovers squad is the strongest he has ever had at his disposal and has challenged all his players to take their chances.

Ahead of tomorrow’s Championship trip to Bristol City, the Rovers boss is able to boast an almost fully-fit squad and has warned his players any below par performances could leave them in the cold.

Scott Dann, Martin Olsson and Gael Givet have recovered from injury, with Colin Kazim-Richards also pushing for a return to the substitutes bench, leaving Kean an embarrassment of riches.

Kean admits his selection headache will leave a few players “with the hump” most weeks but insists he would rather have it that way than be short of options.

He said: “In terms of options and competition for places this is without doubt the strongest we have ever been.

“Look at the back line, we have Jason Lowe, Bruno Ribeiro and Bradley Orr all fighting for one position, Martin Olsson and Markus Olsson fighting for the left back spot. We have four centre halves.

“We have goalkeepers in abundance. You go all the way through the team and we have great options all over the pitch.

“It is a nice problem, I would rather have the problem of bringing people into the office and saying ‘you are not going to start this week’ and them having the hump a little bit. Rather that than the team picking itself because we don’t have any options which we have had in the past.

“We want everyone wanting to play. We want everyone pushing and available for training.

“The lads who haven’t had as many minutes have been getting about the pitch in training making sure they can stake a claim for a place.

“Then what it means is when someone goes on the pitch, we have seen it with Ruben Rochina, they know they have to shine and do something special. The substitutes when they have come on have all had an impact.”

Rovers’ only loss this campaign came in the Capital One Cup, a disappointing defeat at League One MK Dons, having picked up eight points from four league games.

Kean admits the defeat at the Stadium MK did not go down well and has told some of his fringe players involved, they may have to wait for another chance.

He said: “I was really disappointed with our performance against MK Dons. I felt there were some lads who had not played and it was a big opportunity for them to say this is our chance. Some of them let themselves down. They might not get another opportunity for a number of weeks.”

Bristol City may not be anyone’s fancied team this year, with their Championship rivals having bigger financial clout, but Kean insists he is expecting a tough time at Ashton Gate.

The Robins are hoping for a bumper home crowd, following their ‘Pack the Gate’ marketing campaign, and Kean believes that is something his side will have to get used to.

“We will be the team to beat because of the squad we have, because of the history of the club, because of what we have managed to do in the transfer market,” he said.

“Teams want to take our scalp and we have to enjoy that pressure, step up to the plate and make sure that we deliver and up to now we are in a good solid position.

“It would be nice to get that first away win. We have to be able to see games out and we go into the games full of confidence. You look at the bodies and we are confident.”

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1:24pm Fri 14 Sep 12

Tuo Neak says...

“Look at the back line, we have Jason Lowe, Bruno Ribeiro and Bradley Orr all fighting for one position, Martin Olsson and Markus Olsson fighting for the left back spot. We have four centre halves"

The best squad we have ever had? How about a back line of Olsson, Nelsen, Samba, Salgado or what about Phil Jones?

"We have goalkeepers in abundance. You go all the way through the team and we have great options all over the pitch" - Havent we lost Fielding and Bunn during his time?

The squad when Kean took over was much stronger than the one we have today, all of the above article is nonsense. At least it should still be better than the squad of Bristol City....
“Look at the back line, we have Jason Lowe, Bruno Ribeiro and Bradley Orr all fighting for one position, Martin Olsson and Markus Olsson fighting for the left back spot. We have four centre halves" The best squad we have ever had? How about a back line of Olsson, Nelsen, Samba, Salgado or what about Phil Jones? "We have goalkeepers in abundance. You go all the way through the team and we have great options all over the pitch" - Havent we lost Fielding and Bunn during his time? The squad when Kean took over was much stronger than the one we have today, all of the above article is nonsense. At least it should still be better than the squad of Bristol City.... Tuo Neak

1:36pm Fri 14 Sep 12

Big Bob Joylove says...

Surely the best squad he ever had was the Premier League quality one he inherited before it was systematically ripped apart - what a tool.
Surely the best squad he ever had was the Premier League quality one he inherited before it was systematically ripped apart - what a tool. Big Bob Joylove

1:43pm Fri 14 Sep 12

Come the Revolution says...

So your present squad is better than the one you inherited is it ?. Well a deluded kitman like yourself would think and say that. Every time you open your quivering little mouth bullsh*t and lies spew forth. Venkys, put him and us out of our misery and sack the fraudster. For once listen to the fans, WE HATE HIM. Kean Sack Fans Back !!!!.
So your present squad is better than the one you inherited is it ?. Well a deluded kitman like yourself would think and say that. Every time you open your quivering little mouth bullsh*t and lies spew forth. Venkys, put him and us out of our misery and sack the fraudster. For once listen to the fans, WE HATE HIM. Kean Sack Fans Back !!!!. Come the Revolution

1:47pm Fri 14 Sep 12

J.C - Rishton says...

I think we've brought in some decent players this summer but NO WAY is this a better squad than the one SK inherited ? (STOLE, more like) - Bunn, Salgado, Hoilett, Samba, Nelson, Emerton, Nzonzi all in that squad and now moved on.
I think we've brought in some decent players this summer but NO WAY is this a better squad than the one SK inherited ? (STOLE, more like) - Bunn, Salgado, Hoilett, Samba, Nelson, Emerton, Nzonzi all in that squad and now moved on. J.C - Rishton

1:55pm Fri 14 Sep 12

MxMave says...

J.C - Rishton wrote:
I think we've brought in some decent players this summer but NO WAY is this a better squad than the one SK inherited ? (STOLE, more like) - Bunn, Salgado, Hoilett, Samba, Nelson, Emerton, Nzonzi all in that squad and now moved on.
You FOOL!

How can you say Samba is better than Henrique?
How can you say Hoillet is better than Diego Rosoldo?
How can you say Salgado is better than Bardley Orr?
How can you say Yakubu is better than Colin Kazim Richards?
How can you say Phil Jones is better than Dickson Etuhu
How can you say Frank Fielding is better than Polak Goalkeeper
How can you say Nelsen is better than Dann?
How can you say Kalinic is better than Rochina?
How can you say Emerton is better than Vucevic and Markus Ollson?

Oh wait, you can on EVERY SINGLE ACCOUNT. YOU ABSOLUTE SCUMBAG KEAN... Who'll stop the rain?
[quote][p][bold]J.C - Rishton[/bold] wrote: I think we've brought in some decent players this summer but NO WAY is this a better squad than the one SK inherited ? (STOLE, more like) - Bunn, Salgado, Hoilett, Samba, Nelson, Emerton, Nzonzi all in that squad and now moved on.[/p][/quote]You FOOL! How can you say Samba is better than Henrique? How can you say Hoillet is better than Diego Rosoldo? How can you say Salgado is better than Bardley Orr? How can you say Yakubu is better than Colin Kazim Richards? How can you say Phil Jones is better than Dickson Etuhu How can you say Frank Fielding is better than Polak Goalkeeper How can you say Nelsen is better than Dann? How can you say Kalinic is better than Rochina? How can you say Emerton is better than Vucevic and Markus Ollson? Oh wait, you can on EVERY SINGLE ACCOUNT. YOU ABSOLUTE SCUMBAG KEAN... Who'll stop the rain? MxMave

1:55pm Fri 14 Sep 12

sonny says...

What a load of BS(yet agin!!!!!!), clearly he only spouts this garbage for the owners to hear/read as not a single right minded person in this country believes a word the scumbag has to say, Get him away from this club and town now.
What a load of BS(yet agin!!!!!!), clearly he only spouts this garbage for the owners to hear/read as not a single right minded person in this country believes a word the scumbag has to say, Get him away from this club and town now. sonny

1:58pm Fri 14 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

So Kean thinks this squad is better than the Premier League squad that he inherited in eighth position in the Premier League ?

Well I think that confirms to us all, what we already knew, that he hasn't got a F***ing clue.
So Kean thinks this squad is better than the Premier League squad that he inherited in eighth position in the Premier League ? Well I think that confirms to us all, what we already knew, that he hasn't got a F***ing clue. Harwoodstblue

1:59pm Fri 14 Sep 12

bluerob says...

Once again you insult my intelligence Mr Kean, thank goodness I no longer have to see you for 90 minutes every other week.

But I will be back when you are gone, the clock is ticking.
Once again you insult my intelligence Mr Kean, thank goodness I no longer have to see you for 90 minutes every other week. But I will be back when you are gone, the clock is ticking. bluerob

2:04pm Fri 14 Sep 12

bburnrover says...

jUST FORGET kEAN WE HAVE TO BEAT bcfc ON sATURDAY jON sTEAD IS UP FOR KMOCKING US OFF OUR PEDESTAL.
jUST FORGET kEAN WE HAVE TO BEAT bcfc ON sATURDAY jON sTEAD IS UP FOR KMOCKING US OFF OUR PEDESTAL. bburnrover

2:08pm Fri 14 Sep 12

ponyton says...

People like KEEN whose AMBITION is simply to be FAMOUS get in the way of the good people that can do the job.

People like Hendry who just want the MONEY also get in the way of people that can do the job !

As long as they remain in the job for the wrong reasons , they are stopping the right people doing the job for the right reasons.
People like KEEN whose AMBITION is simply to be FAMOUS get in the way of the good people that can do the job. People like Hendry who just want the MONEY also get in the way of people that can do the job ! As long as they remain in the job for the wrong reasons , they are stopping the right people doing the job for the right reasons. ponyton

2:26pm Fri 14 Sep 12

P888HOW says...

KEAN you utter w@nker !!!
get out of the job you stole,
your not fit for purpose.!!!
KEAN you utter w@nker !!! get out of the job you stole, your not fit for purpose.!!! P888HOW

2:29pm Fri 14 Sep 12

MatthewCA says...

My team for next match:
Robbo,M.Ollson,Givat
,Dann, Bruno Ribeiro,Marks Ollson,
Etuhu,Murphy,Jason Lowe,
Rhodes,Gomes
Sub : Kean, Kazim, Rochina, Pedersen,Formica,Orr
,Hanley

Gomes @60 mts sub with Kazim
Murphy @65th min sub with Pedersen if needed
Lowe @75 mts Sub with Rochina (this depend upon the situvation of the game)

All the best and good luck to Rhodes for his first goal with Blackburn.
WIN the game , TOP the table
My team for next match: Robbo,M.Ollson,Givat ,Dann, Bruno Ribeiro,Marks Ollson, Etuhu,Murphy,Jason Lowe, Rhodes,Gomes Sub : Kean, Kazim, Rochina, Pedersen,Formica,Orr ,Hanley Gomes @60 mts sub with Kazim Murphy @65th min sub with Pedersen if needed Lowe @75 mts Sub with Rochina (this depend upon the situvation of the game) All the best and good luck to Rhodes for his first goal with Blackburn. WIN the game , TOP the table MatthewCA

2:30pm Fri 14 Sep 12

bburnrover says...

Martin Olsson is our left back his brother is not a defender so he should concentrate on crossing the ball to Rhodes hopefull Kazim will do the same instead of constantly shooting off target.Dann is another who needs to improve as he has been a major disappointment since signing.Bradly Orr isnt good enough for the Premiership so whats the use of keeping him we need people who can take us up like Swansea did and stay there.I suppose if Kean gets us up a big club will head hunt him.
Martin Olsson is our left back his brother is not a defender so he should concentrate on crossing the ball to Rhodes hopefull Kazim will do the same instead of constantly shooting off target.Dann is another who needs to improve as he has been a major disappointment since signing.Bradly Orr isnt good enough for the Premiership so whats the use of keeping him we need people who can take us up like Swansea did and stay there.I suppose if Kean gets us up a big club will head hunt him. bburnrover

2:33pm Fri 14 Sep 12

smellthecoffee says...

....and for the most undeserving of 'managers'.
....and for the most undeserving of 'managers'. smellthecoffee

3:17pm Fri 14 Sep 12

spudrover46 says...

Its alright having possibly the best squad in the Championship, but unless you know what tactics to play, the squad could end up bein pretty frickin useless





Like the gaffer!
Its alright having possibly the best squad in the Championship, but unless you know what tactics to play, the squad could end up bein pretty frickin useless Like the gaffer! spudrover46

3:23pm Fri 14 Sep 12

bryan nelsen says...

I'd go Robbo, Lowe, Dann, Givet, Olsson, Kazim, Etuhu, Murphy, Olsson, Rhodes, Gomes. Peds in for Martin Olsson if he can't be bothered. That team should win games every week.
I'd go Robbo, Lowe, Dann, Givet, Olsson, Kazim, Etuhu, Murphy, Olsson, Rhodes, Gomes. Peds in for Martin Olsson if he can't be bothered. That team should win games every week. bryan nelsen

3:40pm Fri 14 Sep 12

angryandy says...

The excuse for a manager is a C**k!!!!!!
The excuse for a manager is a C**k!!!!!! angryandy

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3:59pm Fri 14 Sep 12

jogalot says...

OK, so Kean says this is his best ever squad and the team to beat. He's challenged the players to play at their best. That also sounds like a challenge to everybody. He's saying again, "I'll show you I am right and you are wrong, I know better than you because I am Steve Kean the most brilliant manager in the Premier league, erm, mumble, mumble, in the Championship but in the Premiership next season!"

How many times has he said something similar? How many times will he get it wrong? If he keeps selecting the wrong players, playing the wrong tactics and demotivating the players, he will never get it right ever and BRFC will be extinct. This drunkard just does not learn.
OK, so Kean says this is his best ever squad and the team to beat. He's challenged the players to play at their best. That also sounds like a challenge to everybody. He's saying again, "I'll show you I am right and you are wrong, I know better than you because I am Steve Kean the most brilliant manager in the Premier league, erm, mumble, mumble, in the Championship but in the Premiership next season!" How many times has he said something similar? How many times will he get it wrong? If he keeps selecting the wrong players, playing the wrong tactics and demotivating the players, he will never get it right ever and BRFC will be extinct. This drunkard just does not learn. jogalot

4:42pm Fri 14 Sep 12

Reg Rover says...

KEAN ON THE BRINK
Ironically in the week Steve Kean was named as a candidate for the N Power Championship manager of the month his job is under the utmost scrutiny.
Steve Kean faces a defining week as Blackburn boss with one eye on the top of the Championship table and the other on his future at Ewood Park.
The clubs Indian owners Venky’s told Kean before the start of the season that he needed a minimum of 16 points from the opening 7 games to keep his job.
Even though Blackburn are second in the table with 8 points, and unbeaten in their first 4 matches, sources close to the Rao family indicated this week that the ultimatum remains.
That means Kean (pic above) must win his next 3 games in the space of 6 days – away to Bristol City on Saturday and at home to Barnsley and Middlesbrough next week – or face the sack.
This is further evidence that Kean is losing the support of Mrs Anuradha Desai, the family matriarch who has saved him from the axe twice already.
The owners have backed him by spending upwards of £15 million to bring in 12 new players this summer, un heard of in today’s N Power Championship, but it is understood that they remain unconvinced by Blackburn’s struggling performances.
They also accept that the decision to keep the unpopular manager has hit the club financially.
Attendances have dipped well below 14,000 – the lowest at Ewood Park for almost 20 years – with thousands of fans refusing to return until Kean goes.
Season ticket sales have also been hard hit.
It also understood major sponsors have withdrawn their support for the club and two potential shirt sponsors have pulled out of deals because of the on going turmoil.
Gates are expected to fall further whilst Kean is in his job.
This highlights the folly of not sacking Kean following relegation from the Premiership and starting a fresh with a new manager. Another disastrous decision by the Venky’s.
Reg.
Footnote:
It is believed that the story has been leaked from Ewood Park by Brother Ventkatesh Rao who is anxious to see the back of Kean. Ventkatesh leaked a similar story in May telling Australian test cricketer Brett Lee that Kean was about to be sacked.
Lee put the news on his Twitter page and Mrs Desai in her annoyance at the breach of confidence by Ventkaesh reversed the decision. Let us hope that is not the case this time.

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KEAN ON THE BRINK Ironically in the week Steve Kean was named as a candidate for the N Power Championship manager of the month his job is under the utmost scrutiny. Steve Kean faces a defining week as Blackburn boss with one eye on the top of the Championship table and the other on his future at Ewood Park. The clubs Indian owners Venky’s told Kean before the start of the season that he needed a minimum of 16 points from the opening 7 games to keep his job. Even though Blackburn are second in the table with 8 points, and unbeaten in their first 4 matches, sources close to the Rao family indicated this week that the ultimatum remains. That means Kean (pic above) must win his next 3 games in the space of 6 days – away to Bristol City on Saturday and at home to Barnsley and Middlesbrough next week – or face the sack. This is further evidence that Kean is losing the support of Mrs Anuradha Desai, the family matriarch who has saved him from the axe twice already. The owners have backed him by spending upwards of £15 million to bring in 12 new players this summer, un heard of in today’s N Power Championship, but it is understood that they remain unconvinced by Blackburn’s struggling performances. They also accept that the decision to keep the unpopular manager has hit the club financially. Attendances have dipped well below 14,000 – the lowest at Ewood Park for almost 20 years – with thousands of fans refusing to return until Kean goes. Season ticket sales have also been hard hit. It also understood major sponsors have withdrawn their support for the club and two potential shirt sponsors have pulled out of deals because of the on going turmoil. Gates are expected to fall further whilst Kean is in his job. This highlights the folly of not sacking Kean following relegation from the Premiership and starting a fresh with a new manager. Another disastrous decision by the Venky’s. Reg. Footnote: It is believed that the story has been leaked from Ewood Park by Brother Ventkatesh Rao who is anxious to see the back of Kean. Ventkatesh leaked a similar story in May telling Australian test cricketer Brett Lee that Kean was about to be sacked. Lee put the news on his Twitter page and Mrs Desai in her annoyance at the breach of confidence by Ventkaesh reversed the decision. Let us hope that is not the case this time. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk Reg Rover

4:57pm Fri 14 Sep 12

maltaman says...

Shebby sack this no hoper now before its too late. If he thinks this is his best squad god help us.!! He doesn't even play the better players we do have and with his negative tactics no chance of promotion Get someone in fast who can turn this squad into real promotion contenders.OUT WITH KEAN NOW
Shebby sack this no hoper now before its too late. If he thinks this is his best squad god help us.!! He doesn't even play the better players we do have and with his negative tactics no chance of promotion Get someone in fast who can turn this squad into real promotion contenders.OUT WITH KEAN NOW maltaman

5:08pm Fri 14 Sep 12

Deadwoodchamps says...

Davvero sperando che i bastardi perdere domani!
Dita incrociate ....... No no mai!
Davvero sperando che i bastardi perdere domani! Dita incrociate ....... No no mai! Deadwoodchamps

5:17pm Fri 14 Sep 12

willhelmrover98 says...

It's the only squad he has ever had!
It's the only squad he has ever had! willhelmrover98

5:25pm Fri 14 Sep 12

stick to football says...

Who said "Judge me on my team?" and what happened was it

a. Carling Cup winner

b Qualified for Europe

c. Relegation from the Premier League

answers to Steve Kean asap.

Thought - if you have nothing to say - say nothing -somehow we have heard it all before and no one believes a word
Who said "Judge me on my team?" and what happened was it a. Carling Cup winner b Qualified for Europe c. Relegation from the Premier League answers to Steve Kean asap. Thought - if you have nothing to say - say nothing -somehow we have heard it all before and no one believes a word stick to football

5:53pm Fri 14 Sep 12

blue_and_white says...

Utter, utter prat.

This guy is an insult to human intelligence.

How on earth does he come up with that when its worse than the squad he managed to get relegated with? Just a pathetic swipe at Big Sam and a crawling suck-up to our owners.

If this is better than a squad that finished 10th in the prem Steve then you should win this league by at least 10 points. I look forward to seeing that happen, idiot.
Utter, utter prat. This guy is an insult to human intelligence. How on earth does he come up with that when its worse than the squad he managed to get relegated with? Just a pathetic swipe at Big Sam and a crawling suck-up to our owners. If this is better than a squad that finished 10th in the prem Steve then you should win this league by at least 10 points. I look forward to seeing that happen, idiot. blue_and_white

6:17pm Fri 14 Sep 12

senlac1066 says...

because of what "WE" have done in the transfer market ???? anybody heard when "BIG SAM" takes KEAN to the K(L)EANERS ?
because of what "WE" have done in the transfer market ???? anybody heard when "BIG SAM" takes KEAN to the K(L)EANERS ? senlac1066

7:18pm Fri 14 Sep 12

alfa111 says...

We would have been in europe and still in the PL if Sam Allardyce had been given the same kind of backing as Keanocciho had, that im 100% sure of now, i can only conclude and have said this for two years now that from Venkys eratic management they really wanted to bulldoze any sign of walkers castle down and re-build there own empire with kean at the helm, the rise of the Venky phoenix from the burnt ashes of jack walkers reign but it all went wrong, now we are looking up at the PL and wishing we were in it. Wishing for a win tomorrow is not good enough kean it must be a convincing win tomorrow nothing but.No more feeble excuses tomorrow night it will be a failure if we draw that will not be good enough.Why the hell venkys have stood by you for so long is any ones guess but one word comes to mind,STUPIDITY,once again we are left in your incapable hands,no more blabbing kean ,start doing your job right.
We would have been in europe and still in the PL if Sam Allardyce had been given the same kind of backing as Keanocciho had, that im 100% sure of now, i can only conclude and have said this for two years now that from Venkys eratic management they really wanted to bulldoze any sign of walkers castle down and re-build there own empire with kean at the helm, the rise of the Venky phoenix from the burnt ashes of jack walkers reign but it all went wrong, now we are looking up at the PL and wishing we were in it. Wishing for a win tomorrow is not good enough kean it must be a convincing win tomorrow nothing but.No more feeble excuses tomorrow night it will be a failure if we draw that will not be good enough.Why the hell venkys have stood by you for so long is any ones guess but one word comes to mind,STUPIDITY,once again we are left in your incapable hands,no more blabbing kean ,start doing your job right. alfa111

7:35pm Fri 14 Sep 12

Lancs - pensioner says...

jogalot wrote:
OK, so Kean says this is his best ever squad and the team to beat. He's challenged the players to play at their best. That also sounds like a challenge to everybody. He's saying again, "I'll show you I am right and you are wrong, I know better than you because I am Steve Kean the most brilliant manager in the Premier league, erm, mumble, mumble, in the Championship but in the Premiership next season!"

How many times has he said something similar? How many times will he get it wrong? If he keeps selecting the wrong players, playing the wrong tactics and demotivating the players, he will never get it right ever and BRFC will be extinct. This drunkard just does not learn.
Hi Jogo

Keans answer to your questions will be:

But we won against United?

Your right he is an asolute tosser, full stop.

Venkys, get us a good manager and we will return to Ewood Park, Simple.
[quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: OK, so Kean says this is his best ever squad and the team to beat. He's challenged the players to play at their best. That also sounds like a challenge to everybody. He's saying again, "I'll show you I am right and you are wrong, I know better than you because I am Steve Kean the most brilliant manager in the Premier league, erm, mumble, mumble, in the Championship but in the Premiership next season!" How many times has he said something similar? How many times will he get it wrong? If he keeps selecting the wrong players, playing the wrong tactics and demotivating the players, he will never get it right ever and BRFC will be extinct. This drunkard just does not learn.[/p][/quote]Hi Jogo Keans answer to your questions will be: But we won against United? Your right he is an asolute tosser, full stop. Venkys, get us a good manager and we will return to Ewood Park, Simple. Lancs - pensioner

7:38pm Fri 14 Sep 12

Lancs - pensioner says...

senlac1066 wrote:
because of what "WE" have done in the transfer market ???? anybody heard when "BIG SAM" takes KEAN to the K(L)EANERS ?
soon I hope!
[quote][p][bold]senlac1066[/bold] wrote: because of what "WE" have done in the transfer market ???? anybody heard when "BIG SAM" takes KEAN to the K(L)EANERS ?[/p][/quote]soon I hope! Lancs - pensioner

8:01pm Fri 14 Sep 12

ste.g says...

mrs d. you should understand this...

अदूरदर
शी स्टीव kean हैं. आप एक व् यक् ति और प्रबंध
चिंतित
ै। का बहाना है. आपको अपने प्रबंध
से भी बदतर को बर्बाद कर दिया जाता है और आप brfc इतिहास और इस्तीफ
क्यों नहीं पहनते हैं स ९ हम भी venky नहीं पहनते हैं. आप चींटी resd को इस योग्य होना चाहिए । उन्हें निकाला
mrs d. you should understand this... अदूरदर शी स्टीव kean हैं. आप एक व् यक् ति और प्रबंध चिंतित ै। का बहाना है. आपको अपने प्रबंध से भी बदतर को बर्बाद कर दिया जाता है और आप brfc इतिहास और इस्तीफ क्यों नहीं पहनते हैं स ९ हम भी venky नहीं पहनते हैं. आप चींटी resd को इस योग्य होना चाहिए । उन्हें निकाला ste.g

8:03pm Fri 14 Sep 12

ste.g says...

उन्हें निकाला
उन्हें निकाला
न्हें निकाला
न्हें निकाला
न्हें निकाला
उन्हें निकाला
उन्हें निकाला उन्हें निकाला न्हें निकाला न्हें निकाला न्हें निकाला उन्हें निकाला ste.g

10:11pm Fri 14 Sep 12

icannotrace says...

Some of you seriously need to give him a bit of a break. He's obviously been asked a question about what he thinks of his squad. What else is he going to say, they are a load of crap?

My only problem with this article is he use again of the word "minutes"
Some of you seriously need to give him a bit of a break. He's obviously been asked a question about what he thinks of his squad. What else is he going to say, they are a load of crap? My only problem with this article is he use again of the word "minutes" icannotrace

10:11pm Fri 14 Sep 12

Dickiepayshey says...

He's had two squads as a manager.
The one he had when he 'took over' from SA and the one he's got now. Everyone and his Grandma know which was the best !!!!!!!!!!!
He's had two squads as a manager. The one he had when he 'took over' from SA and the one he's got now. Everyone and his Grandma know which was the best !!!!!!!!!!! Dickiepayshey

10:16pm Fri 14 Sep 12

silverstan says...

Deadwoodchamps wrote:
Davvero sperando che i bastardi perdere domani!
Dita incrociate ....... No no mai!
Think that's Italian for we hate you Kean you bald Scottish **** & your gonna be sacked tomorrow !!
[quote][p][bold]Deadwoodchamps[/bold] wrote: Davvero sperando che i bastardi perdere domani! Dita incrociate ....... No no mai![/p][/quote]Think that's Italian for we hate you Kean you bald Scottish **** & your gonna be sacked tomorrow !! silverstan

10:21pm Fri 14 Sep 12

earwego says...

"STEVE Kean believes his current Blackburn Rovers squad is the strongest he has ever had at his disposal " That sentence alone would be a reason to bring in the straight jacket. Ex Rovers Premier league players must be pi***ing themselves laughing reading the dribble this guy comes out with and glad they got out when they did. The word "disposal" must be his favourite word. He gets more deluded each passing hour.
"STEVE Kean believes his current Blackburn Rovers squad is the strongest he has ever had at his disposal " That sentence alone would be a reason to bring in the straight jacket. Ex Rovers Premier league players must be pi***ing themselves laughing reading the dribble this guy comes out with and glad they got out when they did. The word "disposal" must be his favourite word. He gets more deluded each passing hour. earwego

10:53pm Fri 14 Sep 12

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1:00am Sat 15 Sep 12

bluenwhite says...

Reg Rover wrote:
KEAN ON THE BRINK
Ironically in the week Steve Kean was named as a candidate for the N Power Championship manager of the month his job is under the utmost scrutiny.
Steve Kean faces a defining week as Blackburn boss with one eye on the top of the Championship table and the other on his future at Ewood Park.
The clubs Indian owners Venky’s told Kean before the start of the season that he needed a minimum of 16 points from the opening 7 games to keep his job.
Even though Blackburn are second in the table with 8 points, and unbeaten in their first 4 matches, sources close to the Rao family indicated this week that the ultimatum remains.
That means Kean (pic above) must win his next 3 games in the space of 6 days – away to Bristol City on Saturday and at home to Barnsley and Middlesbrough next week – or face the sack.
This is further evidence that Kean is losing the support of Mrs Anuradha Desai, the family matriarch who has saved him from the axe twice already.
The owners have backed him by spending upwards of £15 million to bring in 12 new players this summer, un heard of in today’s N Power Championship, but it is understood that they remain unconvinced by Blackburn’s struggling performances.
They also accept that the decision to keep the unpopular manager has hit the club financially.
Attendances have dipped well below 14,000 – the lowest at Ewood Park for almost 20 years – with thousands of fans refusing to return until Kean goes.
Season ticket sales have also been hard hit.
It also understood major sponsors have withdrawn their support for the club and two potential shirt sponsors have pulled out of deals because of the on going turmoil.
Gates are expected to fall further whilst Kean is in his job.
This highlights the folly of not sacking Kean following relegation from the Premiership and starting a fresh with a new manager. Another disastrous decision by the Venky’s.
Reg.
Footnote:
It is believed that the story has been leaked from Ewood Park by Brother Ventkatesh Rao who is anxious to see the back of Kean. Ventkatesh leaked a similar story in May telling Australian test cricketer Brett Lee that Kean was about to be sacked.
Lee put the news on his Twitter page and Mrs Desai in her annoyance at the breach of confidence by Ventkaesh reversed the decision. Let us hope that is not the case this time.

www.regoftherovers.c

o.uk
Your a ****
[quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: KEAN ON THE BRINK Ironically in the week Steve Kean was named as a candidate for the N Power Championship manager of the month his job is under the utmost scrutiny. Steve Kean faces a defining week as Blackburn boss with one eye on the top of the Championship table and the other on his future at Ewood Park. The clubs Indian owners Venky’s told Kean before the start of the season that he needed a minimum of 16 points from the opening 7 games to keep his job. Even though Blackburn are second in the table with 8 points, and unbeaten in their first 4 matches, sources close to the Rao family indicated this week that the ultimatum remains. That means Kean (pic above) must win his next 3 games in the space of 6 days – away to Bristol City on Saturday and at home to Barnsley and Middlesbrough next week – or face the sack. This is further evidence that Kean is losing the support of Mrs Anuradha Desai, the family matriarch who has saved him from the axe twice already. The owners have backed him by spending upwards of £15 million to bring in 12 new players this summer, un heard of in today’s N Power Championship, but it is understood that they remain unconvinced by Blackburn’s struggling performances. They also accept that the decision to keep the unpopular manager has hit the club financially. Attendances have dipped well below 14,000 – the lowest at Ewood Park for almost 20 years – with thousands of fans refusing to return until Kean goes. Season ticket sales have also been hard hit. It also understood major sponsors have withdrawn their support for the club and two potential shirt sponsors have pulled out of deals because of the on going turmoil. Gates are expected to fall further whilst Kean is in his job. This highlights the folly of not sacking Kean following relegation from the Premiership and starting a fresh with a new manager. Another disastrous decision by the Venky’s. Reg. Footnote: It is believed that the story has been leaked from Ewood Park by Brother Ventkatesh Rao who is anxious to see the back of Kean. Ventkatesh leaked a similar story in May telling Australian test cricketer Brett Lee that Kean was about to be sacked. Lee put the news on his Twitter page and Mrs Desai in her annoyance at the breach of confidence by Ventkaesh reversed the decision. Let us hope that is not the case this time. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Your a **** bluenwhite

1:06am Sat 15 Sep 12

oziroversfan says...

I don't like him as much as the next guy. But nowhere does SK say it is the "BEST" squad he has ever had. He uses the word "strongest". “In terms of options and competition for places this is without doubt the strongest we have ever been" Mr Cryer your headline is very misleading.
I don't like him as much as the next guy. But nowhere does SK say it is the "BEST" squad he has ever had. He uses the word "strongest". “In terms of options and competition for places this is without doubt the strongest we have ever been" Mr Cryer your headline is very misleading. oziroversfan

8:32am Sat 15 Sep 12

ROVERBOY says...

The deluded one speaks again,he just can't keep his mouth shut.
I suppose it's 1 up front again at Bristol City today
The deluded one speaks again,he just can't keep his mouth shut. I suppose it's 1 up front again at Bristol City today ROVERBOY

8:41am Sat 15 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

oziroversfan wrote:
I don't like him as much as the next guy. But nowhere does SK say it is the "BEST" squad he has ever had. He uses the word "strongest". “In terms of options and competition for places this is without doubt the strongest we have ever been" Mr Cryer your headline is very misleading.
Whichever way you look at it. The Premier League squad was the Strongest, not the one we have now. He should put his brain in gear before he speaks instead of continually bigging himself up
[quote][p][bold]oziroversfan[/bold] wrote: I don't like him as much as the next guy. But nowhere does SK say it is the "BEST" squad he has ever had. He uses the word "strongest". “In terms of options and competition for places this is without doubt the strongest we have ever been" Mr Cryer your headline is very misleading.[/p][/quote]Whichever way you look at it. The Premier League squad was the Strongest, not the one we have now. He should put his brain in gear before he speaks instead of continually bigging himself up Harwoodstblue

9:09am Sat 15 Sep 12

OnePostThenTheOther says...

Boycott the televised match against Boro, season ticket or no, and watch it at home or in the pub. There will be a much better atmosphere, you will boosting your local with some much needed trade and you won't have to travel all the way to Ewood to watch Kean's boring, one-up-front, retreat to the eighteen-yard box tactics. It will send an unambiguous message to Madame Decides. Or you can go down and happy-clap your approval of Kean's pitiful achievements thus far.

KEAN SACK
THOUSANDS BACK
Boycott the televised match against Boro, season ticket or no, and watch it at home or in the pub. There will be a much better atmosphere, you will boosting your local with some much needed trade and you won't have to travel all the way to Ewood to watch Kean's boring, one-up-front, retreat to the eighteen-yard box tactics. It will send an unambiguous message to Madame Decides. Or you can go down and happy-clap your approval of Kean's pitiful achievements thus far. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK OnePostThenTheOther

9:38am Sat 15 Sep 12

unclejacklegend says...

That seals it for me, Steve Kean is now going out of his own way to wind us all up. He can't be serious.

Please stop interviewing him or printing anything that comes from his mouth. I'd rather hear what SHebby has to say.
That seals it for me, Steve Kean is now going out of his own way to wind us all up. He can't be serious. Please stop interviewing him or printing anything that comes from his mouth. I'd rather hear what SHebby has to say. unclejacklegend

9:58am Sat 15 Sep 12

whappen says...

bluenwhite wrote:
Reg Rover wrote: KEAN ON THE BRINK Ironically in the week Steve Kean was named as a candidate for the N Power Championship manager of the month his job is under the utmost scrutiny. Steve Kean faces a defining week as Blackburn boss with one eye on the top of the Championship table and the other on his future at Ewood Park. The clubs Indian owners Venky’s told Kean before the start of the season that he needed a minimum of 16 points from the opening 7 games to keep his job. Even though Blackburn are second in the table with 8 points, and unbeaten in their first 4 matches, sources close to the Rao family indicated this week that the ultimatum remains. That means Kean (pic above) must win his next 3 games in the space of 6 days – away to Bristol City on Saturday and at home to Barnsley and Middlesbrough next week – or face the sack. This is further evidence that Kean is losing the support of Mrs Anuradha Desai, the family matriarch who has saved him from the axe twice already. The owners have backed him by spending upwards of £15 million to bring in 12 new players this summer, un heard of in today’s N Power Championship, but it is understood that they remain unconvinced by Blackburn’s struggling performances. They also accept that the decision to keep the unpopular manager has hit the club financially. Attendances have dipped well below 14,000 – the lowest at Ewood Park for almost 20 years – with thousands of fans refusing to return until Kean goes. Season ticket sales have also been hard hit. It also understood major sponsors have withdrawn their support for the club and two potential shirt sponsors have pulled out of deals because of the on going turmoil. Gates are expected to fall further whilst Kean is in his job. This highlights the folly of not sacking Kean following relegation from the Premiership and starting a fresh with a new manager. Another disastrous decision by the Venky’s. Reg. Footnote: It is believed that the story has been leaked from Ewood Park by Brother Ventkatesh Rao who is anxious to see the back of Kean. Ventkatesh leaked a similar story in May telling Australian test cricketer Brett Lee that Kean was about to be sacked. Lee put the news on his Twitter page and Mrs Desai in her annoyance at the breach of confidence by Ventkaesh reversed the decision. Let us hope that is not the case this time. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk
Your a ****
Doesn't mention Big Sam though; that is a first.
[quote][p][bold]bluenwhite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: KEAN ON THE BRINK Ironically in the week Steve Kean was named as a candidate for the N Power Championship manager of the month his job is under the utmost scrutiny. Steve Kean faces a defining week as Blackburn boss with one eye on the top of the Championship table and the other on his future at Ewood Park. The clubs Indian owners Venky’s told Kean before the start of the season that he needed a minimum of 16 points from the opening 7 games to keep his job. Even though Blackburn are second in the table with 8 points, and unbeaten in their first 4 matches, sources close to the Rao family indicated this week that the ultimatum remains. That means Kean (pic above) must win his next 3 games in the space of 6 days – away to Bristol City on Saturday and at home to Barnsley and Middlesbrough next week – or face the sack. This is further evidence that Kean is losing the support of Mrs Anuradha Desai, the family matriarch who has saved him from the axe twice already. The owners have backed him by spending upwards of £15 million to bring in 12 new players this summer, un heard of in today’s N Power Championship, but it is understood that they remain unconvinced by Blackburn’s struggling performances. They also accept that the decision to keep the unpopular manager has hit the club financially. Attendances have dipped well below 14,000 – the lowest at Ewood Park for almost 20 years – with thousands of fans refusing to return until Kean goes. Season ticket sales have also been hard hit. It also understood major sponsors have withdrawn their support for the club and two potential shirt sponsors have pulled out of deals because of the on going turmoil. Gates are expected to fall further whilst Kean is in his job. This highlights the folly of not sacking Kean following relegation from the Premiership and starting a fresh with a new manager. Another disastrous decision by the Venky’s. Reg. Footnote: It is believed that the story has been leaked from Ewood Park by Brother Ventkatesh Rao who is anxious to see the back of Kean. Ventkatesh leaked a similar story in May telling Australian test cricketer Brett Lee that Kean was about to be sacked. Lee put the news on his Twitter page and Mrs Desai in her annoyance at the breach of confidence by Ventkaesh reversed the decision. Let us hope that is not the case this time. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk[/p][/quote]Your a ****[/p][/quote]Doesn't mention Big Sam though; that is a first. whappen

10:28am Sat 15 Sep 12

whappen says...

"...the team picking itself because we don’t have any options, (a situation) we have had in the past".

Only because he (they) had got rid of them or wouldn't play them. I think he'll find we are in a lower division this year; it should be easier to win games here don't you think. That does not make it a stronger squad. If he (they) had kept the apparently weak and feeble squad he inherited - or tried to in Phil Jones' case - we may not be in this position.

In fairness Jones would have gone to Man U no matter who was in charge.

You may have a bigger squad, but stronger? There are players who weren't even being considered for a side plummeting head long towards relegation who are now being named as an integral part of this "stronger squad". And others who were truly, truly useless.

And don't forget those he hasn't even seen play.

"MK Dons.... was a big opportunity for them to say this is our chance. Some of them let themselves down"

Not that strong then.

"Teams want to take our scalp and we have to enjoy that pressure, step up to the plate and make sure that we deliver"

Has this man ever engaged his brain before opening his mouth? What better incentive do you need than the opposition saying they are far superior to you?

Or did someone just challenge him to get the the most football cliches into one sentence?

Failed miserably on that one as well.
"...the team picking itself because we don’t have any options, (a situation) we have had in the past". Only because he (they) had got rid of them or wouldn't play them. I think he'll find we are in a lower division this year; it should be easier to win games here don't you think. That does not make it a stronger squad. If he (they) had kept the apparently weak and feeble squad he inherited - or tried to in Phil Jones' case - we may not be in this position. In fairness Jones would have gone to Man U no matter who was in charge. You may have a bigger squad, but stronger? There are players who weren't even being considered for a side plummeting head long towards relegation who are now being named as an integral part of this "stronger squad". And others who were truly, truly useless. And don't forget those he hasn't even seen play. "MK Dons.... was a big opportunity for them to say this is our chance. Some of them let themselves down" Not that strong then. "Teams want to take our scalp and we have to enjoy that pressure, step up to the plate and make sure that we deliver" Has this man ever engaged his brain before opening his mouth? What better incentive do you need than the opposition saying they are far superior to you? Or did someone just challenge him to get the the most football cliches into one sentence? Failed miserably on that one as well. whappen

10:41am Sat 15 Sep 12

whappen says...

unclejacklegend wrote:
That seals it for me, Steve Kean is now going out of his own way to wind us all up. He can't be serious. Please stop interviewing him or printing anything that comes from his mouth. I'd rather hear what SHebby has to say.
A different line in bull$hit if nothing else.

Anyone asked Mrs D if she has been more "entertained" over the last twelve months?
[quote][p][bold]unclejacklegend[/bold] wrote: That seals it for me, Steve Kean is now going out of his own way to wind us all up. He can't be serious. Please stop interviewing him or printing anything that comes from his mouth. I'd rather hear what SHebby has to say.[/p][/quote]A different line in bull$hit if nothing else. Anyone asked Mrs D if she has been more "entertained" over the last twelve months? whappen

10:44am Sat 15 Sep 12

whappen says...

oziroversfan wrote:
I don't like him as much as the next guy. But nowhere does SK say it is the "BEST" squad he has ever had. He uses the word "strongest". “In terms of options and competition for places this is without doubt the strongest we have ever been" Mr Cryer your headline is very misleading.
Thank you Chairman of the British Society for Pedantry.

I think "biggest" would be more appropriate.
[quote][p][bold]oziroversfan[/bold] wrote: I don't like him as much as the next guy. But nowhere does SK say it is the "BEST" squad he has ever had. He uses the word "strongest". “In terms of options and competition for places this is without doubt the strongest we have ever been" Mr Cryer your headline is very misleading.[/p][/quote]Thank you Chairman of the British Society for Pedantry. I think "biggest" would be more appropriate. whappen

11:25am Sat 15 Sep 12

OnePostThenTheOther says...

Boycott the televised match against Boro, season ticket or no, and watch it at home or in the pub. There will be a much better atmosphere, you will boosting your local with some much needed trade and you won't have to travel all the way to Ewood to watch Kean's boring, one-up-front, retreat to the eighteen-yard box tactics. It will send an unambiguous message to Madame Decides. Or you can go down and happy-clap your approval of Kean's pitiful achievements thus far.

KEAN SACK
THOUSANDS BACK
Boycott the televised match against Boro, season ticket or no, and watch it at home or in the pub. There will be a much better atmosphere, you will boosting your local with some much needed trade and you won't have to travel all the way to Ewood to watch Kean's boring, one-up-front, retreat to the eighteen-yard box tactics. It will send an unambiguous message to Madame Decides. Or you can go down and happy-clap your approval of Kean's pitiful achievements thus far. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK OnePostThenTheOther

11:53am Sat 15 Sep 12

carlmc1 says...

No matter which way you look at it, the squad we have should quiye easily achieve promotion. The problem is ,as we all know is that you have to select the right team for the opponents you play, get the tactics right, get the players playing for you and each other and make changes during a match if things aren't working. I fail to see how Kean can deliver on any of these things.

I honestly believe that most people who post on here would achieve promotion managing this team, this season, but I can't see Kaen making it. Get rid of him, replace him with someone who has some sort of a clue and up we go.
No matter which way you look at it, the squad we have should quiye easily achieve promotion. The problem is ,as we all know is that you have to select the right team for the opponents you play, get the tactics right, get the players playing for you and each other and make changes during a match if things aren't working. I fail to see how Kean can deliver on any of these things. I honestly believe that most people who post on here would achieve promotion managing this team, this season, but I can't see Kaen making it. Get rid of him, replace him with someone who has some sort of a clue and up we go. carlmc1

1:09pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Ishakhtaroverdonetsk says...

Andy; how about a headline that reads "Rovers supporters saddened, disheartened and thoroughly pi$$ed off with the WORST manager in the history of the club"
Andy; how about a headline that reads "Rovers supporters saddened, disheartened and thoroughly pi$$ed off with the WORST manager in the history of the club" Ishakhtaroverdonetsk

4:52pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Rod of the Rovers says...

“We have goalkeepers in abundance. You go all the way through the team and we have great options all over the pitch."

Unfortunately we are stuck with only the one option when it comes to the manager. This is an area of the squad that is at its weakest in living memory.

As I type this message I see that once again we are shipping in goals for fun. The owners have obviously been told that we get a point for each goal we concede.
“We have goalkeepers in abundance. You go all the way through the team and we have great options all over the pitch." Unfortunately we are stuck with only the one option when it comes to the manager. This is an area of the squad that is at its weakest in living memory. As I type this message I see that once again we are shipping in goals for fun. The owners have obviously been told that we get a point for each goal we concede. Rod of the Rovers

6:17am Sun 16 Sep 12

callonamigo says...

perhaps he can ask the ref next week if he can play all four of his centre halves,might possibly stop shipping goals and giving away the lead like last season.
rabbits in the head lights when they are in front.
perhaps he can ask the ref next week if he can play all four of his centre halves,might possibly stop shipping goals and giving away the lead like last season. rabbits in the head lights when they are in front. callonamigo

6:17am Sun 16 Sep 12

callonamigo says...

perhaps he can ask the ref next week if he can play all four of his centre halves,might possibly stop shipping goals and giving away the lead like last season.
rabbits in the head lights when they are in front.
perhaps he can ask the ref next week if he can play all four of his centre halves,might possibly stop shipping goals and giving away the lead like last season. rabbits in the head lights when they are in front. callonamigo

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