MOWBRAY REMAINS HOPEFUL

Blackburn Rovers manager Tony Mowbray is keeping his hopes up despite the recent poor performances of the team.


There are five league games left in the English Championship and with Rovers being four points from safety, the future seems clear enough.

The defeat to Burnley at home stole the team‘s confidence and left the fans distraught. It is the third successive loss for the struggling side. Brighton & Hove Albion defeated them by a lone goal while Reading thrashed them 3-1. The 2-0 home loss to Barnsley leaves them in real threat of moving to the third tier of the English Football League.

Since Mowbray took over, the team has won just 11 points out of 30. He was charged with reviving the team but he has supervised losses and draws since March 4.

“We know we have to get results in the next two games against teams that are struggling a little bit. It won’t be through the lack of trying,” the manager who was appointed on February 22 said. Continue reading MOWBRAY REMAINS HOPEFUL

WES BROWN BACK TO BLACKBURN ROVERS

Former Three Lions defender Wes Brown is set to join Blackburn Rovers, according to reports.


The Englishman’s talks with the club were confirmed by Coach Owen Coyle. Coyle told BBC Radio: “As soon as I get the green light from the owners that I can get that over the mine, I’ll pursue it vigorously. The proposal has been sent, it’s just to come back with a yes or no. We kick on from there.”

Wes Brown, 36, started his career at Manchester united. He started with the youth setup before breaking into the senior team in the 1996/97 season. He moved away to Sunderland in 2011 but remains unattached this season after his exit from the Premier League. Rovers have been linked with a transfer, and Coyle admitted that it is now up to the management to allow the deal. Continue reading WES BROWN BACK TO BLACKBURN ROVERS

Owen Coyle return to English football after joining Blackburn Rovers

Former Bolton manager Owen Coyle his return to English football after joining Blackburn Rovers on a two-year contract.


He was last seen in English football with Wigan Athletic in 2014. In the last two years, he has been managing MLS outfit Houston Dynamo. It has helped him stay away from the limelight especially after poor spells with Bolton and Wigan. Fans remained divided about his opinion, but Coyle says that he is extremely positive about being successful at Ewood Park. That has been a lot of discontent amongst fans over the regime of the Indian owners.

Constant managerial changes coupled with less transfer money available for the manager has resulted in the club only managing mid-table finishers in the last few seasons. The possibility of Blackburn returning to the Premier League seems like a distant dream at the moment.Coyle, though, reiterated his belief that the club will be able to achieve promotion next season. The belief will be translated to fans only if the club spend big in this upcoming transfer window.Coyle says that even the appointment of a top manager like José Mourinho will not have pacified the supporters at this moment. A few Rovers fans recently came out with an online petition calling for the club to reconsider their decision to appointCoyle. Continue reading Owen Coyle return to English football after joining Blackburn Rovers

Paul Lambert sees Tough Life in Championship next season

Blackburn Rovers manager Paul Lambert says that his former club Aston Villa can expect a very tough life in the Championship next season.


Villa have been relegated to the second tier of English football for the first time since 1987. The club have had a rich history of doing well during this period, but they have consistently been struggling against the threat of relegation in the last four seasons. Lambert did his best to narrowly avoided relegation but two managerial changes in the 2015-16 season seems to have done its job. Villa have not only been relegated, but they surrendered meekly in the process.

The club face an uncertain future in almost every department. Several players have already turned into rebels and have expressed their desire to leave the club at the end of the campaign. Villa have struggled to attract a permanent manager due to concerns about lack of funds to make any significant impact next season. Owner Randy Lerner has already put up the club for sale but he has struggled to find any buyers for his asking price of £ 200 million. The American is unwilling to invest any more of his personal fortune into the dwindling club. For these reasons and the possibility of more than 50 games (league and cup competitions combined), Lambert says that next season will be very tough for Villa. Continue reading Paul Lambert sees Tough Life in Championship next season

Premiership Season Preview 2006/07 – Liverpool

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Liverpool

Odds: eight/one

Last Five Seasons2005/06 – three (Premiership), 2004/05 – 5 (Premiership), 2003/04 – 4 (Premiership), 2002/03 – five (Premiership), 2001/02 – two (Premiership).

2005/06 Cup ProgressUEFA Super Cup vs CSKA Moscow – won three-one following added time.FIFA Globe Club Championship Last vs Sao Paulo – misplaced 1-.Champions League Final sixteen vs Benfica – misplaced three- on aggregate.FA Cup Final vs West Ham United (n) – won 3-one on penalties with the score at 3-3 after further time.Carling Cup 3rd Round vs Crystal Palace (a) – misplaced 2-1.

Top Objective Scorer 2005/06: Steven Gerrard (midfield) – 23 ambitions.

Players InJermaine Pennant (Birmingham Metropolis – £6,700,000), Craig Bellamy (Blackburn Rovers – £6,000,000), Gabriel Paletta (Banfield – £2,000,000), Fabiano Aurelio (Valencia – Totally free).

Players OutDietmar Hamann (Manchester City – £400,000), Bruno Cheyrou (Rennes – Undisclosed), Carl Medjani (Lorient – Undisclosed), David Raven (Carlisle United – No cost), Ramon Calliste (Scunthorpe United – Totally free), Conal Platt (Bournemouth – Totally free), Zak Whitbread (Millwall – Free), Chris Kirkland (Wigan Athletic – Mortgage), Djibril Cisse (Marseille – Loan).

Liverpool endured a prolonged 2005/06 campaign which started with them defending their Champions League crown versus Welsh minnows TNS in mid July, noticed them travel to Japan to participate in the World Club Championships a week prior to Xmas and ended with them successful the FA Cup in Might.

This season won’t be anywhere around as arduous but manager Rafael Benitez has extra reinforcements after final season’s mammoth campaign which saw the Reds concerned in 63 matches.

Benitez signed the Premiership’s sort player of final season in Blackburn Rovers striker Craig Bellamy. Liverpool triggered a clause in the Welsh international’s contract, allowing them to speak to him need to they supply £6 million. Soon after a challenging spell at Newcastle United, Bellamy flourished at Ewood Park final time and scored 17 objectives in 26 appearances very last time.

Benitez has signed an additional of football’s “poor boys” in Birmingham Metropolis winger Jermaine Pennant. The 23 yr aged signed a 4 yr deal and the transfer fee could improve up to £8 million from the initial down payment of £6.seven million. In 2005 he became the very first Premeirship footballer to play whilst sporting an digital tag.

Other arrivals contain Brazilian left-back Fabio Aurelio who signed on a no cost transfer from Valencia whilst central defender Gabriel Paletta joined for £2 million from Argentine side Atletico Banfield. Chilean winger Mark Gonzalez is eligible to play after becoming granted a perform permit a yr after joining the Reds.

VerdictLiverpool could go one far better than their third place end last season and look a stable bet to win the Premiership “without Chelsea” at 9/4 odds.

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