Queens Park Rangers produced an exceptional display last weekend to see off the challenge of Blackburn Rovers at Loftus Road. A game that was expected to be a cagey tactical game produced one of the exciting games of the season.

The game began with both sides sizing themselves with few and far opportunities. After a quiet half-hour of play, QPR came into life with the opener. Ryan Manning was able to escape free on the left-wing and delivered an excellent cross to Nakhi Wells who calmly slotted home for his seventh goal of the season.


The Blackburn Rovers Verdict on Cardiff City

Tony Mowbray has a robust belief that he knows what his team is up against Cardiff City coming to town on Saturday. The manager of The Blackburn seems to be expecting a series of long balls in the box. Sean Morrison and Aden Flint are going to be a nuisance and a difficult physical battle.

The style of the game put on by Cardiff City had been scrutinized in the early parts of the season. Neil Warnock has said that his side is going to play an entertaining and attractive brand of football.

The large improvement in their display in the game against Huddersfield has shown their real quality, particularly through the performance of Josh Murphy and Lee Tomlin. Nevertheless, long throw-ins along with set-pieces have played significant roles in developing many chances.

The Bluebird has used a direct approach till now and Mowbray is getting his side ready for much more. He said that it is the team of Neil Warnock and they have the energy. They are capable of getting the ball forward, pass it on, and then put it in the box.

Mowbray also says that they have 2 players with special long throws Will Vaulks and Morrison and they have 2 center-halves who can go up for each and every set play. The team also has Junior Hoilett, the one with talent, speed, and technique. So, they have good, strong, and big players. Thus, he has to get his team ready for a physical confrontation. However, they should also be careful when it comes to the talent they possess.

He says that if they think that they are going to play tippy-tappy football, they can have at least 60% ball possession and yet lose by 3-0. According to him, Neil doesn’t hide the fact that they can be powerful and direct.

Blackburn Rovers and its Comeback with the Help of Waggot

Since last five years, due to the deterioration of the Blackburn Rovers of the British Club, a human will not be punished to remember that the Blackburn Rovers used to the be the champion back before two decades of the Premier League. After being defeated into lower two dissections to the League of One, it is now kind of an aloof dream to except to make it to the top flight, before the initiation of the Championship.

To the positive perspective, the Rovers hierarchy is now being headed by CEO, the very well-known Steve Waggot, who at the Conrad Hotel to the Hindustan Times explained, the disproportion of the pyramid of the England football clubs by saying,
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Blackburn Rovers have experienced a good season by their standards as the club has managed to stay clear of the relegation zone. Sitting 17th on the league table 11 points of the relegation places the club is looking ahead to next season.

According to news from England Blackburn are set to sign Charlton Athletic defender Patrick Bauer on a free transfer at the end of the season. Rovers have struggled at the back this season as injuries to key defenders Darragh Lehinan and Charlie Mulgrew has affected the club in recent weeks. Continue reading BLACKBURN SET TO SIGN DEFENDER ON A FREE


It is not uncommon to see former players try their hands in the fickle world of managing football clubs. The past two seasons have seen a new wave of former Premier League players taking a shot at management with Steven Gerard and Frank Lampard leading sway at Rangers and Derby County respectively.

One former Premier League star looking to join this company is former Blackburn and Derby County midfielder Robbie Savage. The energetic midfielder was one of the outstanding talents at Blackburn during his stint at the club making 76 appearances for the club from 2005-2008.


Sky Bet League Two outfit Bury have signed Blackburn Rovers defender Scott Wharton on loan for the rest of the current season, as the player as failed to make his mark at Rovers.

The 21 year old has found it difficult to break into the Blackburn Rover’s first team, spending last season on loan at Lincoln City, a team challenging Bury for promotion to the League One this season.

Corry Evans’ Contract With Blackburn Rovers Extended

Corry Evans, the midfielder of Blackburn has recently signed a 2 ½ year deal to remain at the Blackburn Club until the 2020-21 seasons’ end. The North Ireland’s international joined the Club of Rovers from the Hull City in the month of August 2013, when he was 28 years old. In all the competitions till date, he has made total 168 appearances for the Blackburn Rovers club. After seeing his performance and the amount of experience he brings in the field, the club decides to extend his contract for a further period of two and a half year.

After signing the deal of extension, Corry joined Elliott Bennett (midfielder) and Charlie Mulgrew (skipper) in signing a new deal/contract after both the players had extended their contract in the month of November this year. This extension of the contract will keep Evans in the team at Ewood Park until 2021’s summer.
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Richie Smallwood And Danny Graham Visited Fall Boy Leon Langford’s School

Rovers duo Danny Graham and Richie Smallwood visited the school of a nine-year-old boy who fell through a factory roof to discuss the importance of safety. Leon Langford recovers in hospital after sustaining a head injury after the incident in business premises on Rockfield Street. Headteacher Paul Haythornthwaite, a Rover’s seasonal ticketholder, gave an update on the condition of Longshaw Community Junior school students, with the young who faces a long way to recovery.

A Rovers player is set to visit Leon at a hospital at a later time, with Graham and Smallwood promoting the message of security and resilience for an hour’s session. “It was a nice message and it was great to see the kids show our faces, and I hope the kids had a good day,” said Rovers’s attacker. “It was good to talk about resilience and highlight what is required to be successful. I have children back home and I know the football club is doing a lot of this sort of thing around the Blackburn area. It’s nice to come out and put some smile on the child’s faces, and they actually take things in what has been said, that’s a good day.”
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Blackburn boss disappointed with results

Blackburn Rovers manager Tony Mowbray said that he is disappointed with the performance of his team despite having beaten Bolton. He said that his team did not play well and that they could have performed so much better.

He said that it was an important win for the team against a very good side but he feels that his team could have done so much better during the game.
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Mowbray happy with signings

Blackburn Rovers manager Tony Mowbray is happy with the signing of Adam Armstrong on a four-year contract. He said that Armstrong was an influential player last season when he was on loan at the club and that he is happy that he could get him on a long-term contract.

Tony Mowbray said that he wants to build a team that can help Blackburn Rovers mount a push for promotion and he feels that the arrival of Adam Armstrong is a step in the right direction.
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