Date: 30th November 2011 at 5:12pm
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You’d have thought that Steve Kean had been on this planet long enough to know that sometimes it’s best to think something but you don’t always say it. You certainly don’t say it when the fans are baying for your blood to give them further ammunition to pelt you with!!

The fact that I’ve been busy with work (as always) has meant I’ve not had a lot of time to write anything for you VBers for a while but when you come home from work after you’ve spent some time with the family it’s not that appealing to write about Blackburn Rovers when all this can be about really is the manager, owners and protests, something that I’ve looked at before, covered and basically get tired with. It gets very draining!!

I’m not a Kean fan, however, I was willing to give him a bit of time (even if I didn’t really want to) but it’s long since been obvious that the only way we’re going under his management is down. The fact that Venky’s seem happy with this is astonishing, which again leaves me seriously questioning their motives for wanting to be at Ewood Park?? I’ve got this horrible gut feeling that we could be faced with some problems down the line, maybe not too dissimilar to those faced by Portsmouth with some of their owners with questionable motives (that’s for another time perhaps though??)

The only reason I can think that Kean has admitted that Rovers “forfeited” their place in the Carling Cup is because he didn’t think he could peddle out his tried and tested, yet failed, previously used excuses to justify defeat?? The Rovers manager might be right in many ways that the Carling Cup was a distraction that we could do without and even thinking such thoughts is something that many might even excuse as they may well have thought the same thing anyway, however, the dude must be insane if he thinks actually admitting as much will do him any favours.

How about you forfeit your contract severance pay Keano and just move aside now while there is still hope that Rovers can remain in the Premier League.

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