Date: 30th September 2011 at 2:39pm
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Rovers manager Steve Kean has spoken this afternoon about the now departed John Jensen and has explained it was a board decision to get vacate the assistant manager’s position.

The spot won’t be filled before the match with Manchester City tomorrow but various names have been suggested as possibles without much in the way of concrete evidence.

Giving a short statement, Kean has distanced himself from suggestions he was involved in the decision to sack the ex-Arsenal and Denmark midfielder.

Kean told the Lancashire Telegraph – ‘We can’t say much about it but it was a board decision and the search has started for a new assistant manager.

‘All our focus is on Manchester City and getting a result from it.’

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