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‘Time to go’ ‘Stays for me’ – These Blackburn fans debate key figure’s future after Millwall defeat


It was a disappointing night for Blackburn on Tuesday, as they were beaten 1-0 by Millwall at The Den.

The hosts took the lead through Mason Bennett 20 minutes into the game, the striker tapping in from close range after a shot deflected off Darragh Lenihan and into his path.

After that, the game became something of a familiar story for Rovers, who once again enjoyed plenty of possession and territory without really managing to create too many clearcut chances, condemning them to a defeat that ends their hopes of reaching the play-offs for another season.

Perhaps not surprisingly given that rather lacklustre performance, there was much debate about the position of manager Tony Mowbray after the game, as fans took to Twitter to react to the game.

Should Tony Mowbray be managing Rovers next season?



With Rovers set for a second consecutive mid-table finish in the Championship, some supporters now appear to be of the belief that the time has come for Mowbray to move on and allow someone else to take over.

Others however, feel that he deserves more time to implement his vision for the club moving forward.

Here, we take a look at what some of those supporters had to say about Mowbray’s position at Ewood Park after that defeat to Millwall.

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