Blackburn Rovers are suffering at the moment as a result of not appointing a replacement for Steve Kean, who resigned from his position a few weeks ago, according to the legend at the club Kevin Gallacher. The former Scotland international is regarded as one of the best players at the club. He has criticised the decision to not appoint a replacement for Steve Kean up until now. Immediately after the exit of the former assistant manager, the global advisor of the club said that the club will not be making a swift decision. However, fans have been expecting for a decision to come on the manager for quite a while now.

A number of high-profile names have been linked with Blackburn Rovers including the former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp, who is currently out of work after being sacked by Tottenham in the summer. The former Blackburn Rovers striker Alan Shearer has also expressed his interest to manage the club if offered the opportunity. Shearer has made no secret of the fact that he would like to manage football club, as he does not enjoy punditry work very much. It is almost a month since the exit of Steve Kean from the club.

“Waiting until the end of next month to appoint a new man would probably be too long. It is stupid to believe that everyone can carry on as normal in such circumstances. If you don’t have a manager then you are a ship without a captain. Until that is resolved, Rovers don’t really know what direction they are heading in,” said the former Blackburn legend. Blackburn Rovers managed to secure their first win in more than seven matches following the win over Sheffield Wednesday during the weekend. This means that they stay in the top six of the Championship for now.