If Blackburn Rovers wants to strengthen the squad with the addition of recruits at the beginning of the new season and they may have to look to the loan market. The team head coach has acknowledged that he wants to bring in more players but does not anticipate the club to pay any fees to do so. Instead, it appears like the club might have to look into the loanee players available to strengthen their squad come to the upcoming tough fixture of games.
Gregg Broughton, Blackburn Rovers’s director of football, claims that the club will conduct an internal review due to the deal’s shortcomings, but he insisted that “the buck stops with me.” Broughton came forward after Rovers were turned down in their attempt to sign Rochdale’s Ethan Brierley and Nottingham Forest’s Lewis O’Brien because the paperwork was late. The club admits that they missed the deadline of 11 p.m., but they have appealed to the EFL, which will hear their case on Tuesday, despite their expectation that it will fail.
In a conversation with the Lancashire Telegraph, Broughton acknowledged that the club made mistakes, even though a statement released by the club on Thursday stated that there were mitigating factors beyond their control. He stated, ” The club simply followed the procedure that it has followed for the past eight to ten years, even though there are reasons both internal and external, and we need to focus on the internal reasons. I don’t like doing the same thing over and over again, and sometimes you have to challenge that. Continue reading Blackburn Rovers Launches Review
Blackburn Rovers may need to turn to the loan market if they want to add new players at the turn of the year. The head coach of Blackburn Rovers also admitted recently that he is keen to add more players, but that he does not expect the club to pay any fees to sign them. Instead, it appears that Rovers may need to turn to the loan market to bolster their squad comes January. With speculation on the future of top scorer, Ben Brereton-Diaz refusing to go away and Leicester loanee George Hirst yet to make a goal-scoring impact, some extra attacking firepower may be needed for Blackburn.
Hull City will head into their final five games before the month-long World Cup break on Saturday when they host in-form Blackburn Rovers at the MKM Stadium. After successive away wins at cand Rotherham United, City will be buoyed for the visit of Rovers in front of their own supporters and hope to notch a fifth home win of the campaign to round off October, before facing Middles brough, Millwall, Cardiff City and Reading early next month.
Blackburn Rovers have returned to winning ways in the English Championship following the 2-0 home win over Watford on Tuesday. The Jon Dahl Tomasson-led team were able to recover from the 3-2 home loss to Bristol City with the straightforward victory over the Hornets with a goal in each half. Welsh forward Ryan Hedges gave Blackburn Rovers the lead with seven first half minutes remaining off the assist from young forward Tyrhys Dolan before the win was sealed by Scottish defender Dominic Hyam on 82 minutes off the assist from fellow defender Daniel Ayala.
English Championship outfit Blackburn Rovers are in talks to sign Peterborough United attacker Sammie Szmodics according to sources close to Football Insider. It was reported that Szmodics is on the verge of signing for the former Premier League holders in a £2.5m deal.
Alan Nixon has revealed on his Patreon account that Blackburn Rovers want to sign Barnsley’s Callum Brittain in a £1.5million deal. Brittain, 24, featured 36 times in the Championship last season, in what was his second campaign with the Tykes. His side suffered relegation into League One after a disastrous campaign though, and now Nixon says that Brittain could be on his way to Ewood Park. New Rovers boss Jon Dahl Tomasson has had a very quiet first summer in charge but could make Brittain his first signing of the summer.
Leeds United have re-entered the race to sign Blackburn Rovers hitman Ben Bereton Diaz according to the report from the stables of TEAMtalk. It was revealed that the Lilywhites are ready to fight for the Chilean international during this summer’s transfer window after securing their status in the Premier League for the new season.
The Lilywhites have already been active in the transfer window before it officially opens next week on the back of securing their Premier League status. The odds were against Leeds in the relegation battle on the last day of the season, but they eventually survived thanks to the 2-1 away win over Brentford. Leeds United have already signed American midfielder Brendon Aaronson from Red Bull Salzburg in the Austrian top flight in a deal reported to be around £23m. Continue reading LEEDS RETURN FOR BLACKBURN HITMAN
Blackburn Rovers are out of the Premier League promotion picture after they were thrashed 3-0 at home by Bournemouth last weekend. Blackburn Rovers went into the Bournemouth game needing a win to stay alive for the playoffs in the English Championship. They had been ruled out of the two automatic spots for promotion into the Premier League ahead of next seasonbefore they faced the Cherries at home on Saturday and needed a win to stay in contention. In the end, they could not stay in contention for Premier League promotion via the playoffs after the heavy home loss at the hands of Scott Parker and his Bournemouth players.
Blackburn Rovers are on a run of five games without a win in the English Championship ahead of their game with Preston North End on Monday. Blackburn Rovers can boost their hopes of making the playoffs by beating Preston away from home. The one-time Premier League champions have not won a game since the 3-1 home win over relegated Derby County in the middle of last month. Since the game against the Rams, Blackburn Rovers have failed to beat Reading, Coventry City and Peterborough United away from home plus both Stoke City and Blackpool at home.