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Just now, DE. said:

Preparing for League 1. Might as well have brought Bowyer back.

He'd probably have kept us up like he did last time around :rolleyes:

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Just now, Bigdoggsteel said:

If Dunn is first team coach, what is Mowbrays role? Tactics etc? 

This is Blackburn Rovers Venky style

TACTICS

:lol:

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Just now, EgyptianPete said:

At last someone with a bit of thought, again irrelevant of the appointment, Coyle gone so lets slag off the new guy,  

This has been going on for 7yrs Pete, if you don't get it now you never will.

I'm all for supporting the new manager, but lets face it, its another disastrous appointment for a shambles of a club heading into league 1 and administration. 

But hey, support your club :rolleyes:

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Just now, Gav said:

When leaving Coventry Tony said, and it could have been written by Coyle:

We knew what the budget was but we didn't get our targets. You can't build a club off loans. They have to invest in footballers they can keep and build on.

Shambles of a club

What did Berg say about the Rovers managerial position before he took it?

It just goes to show that they're all the same. They'll say something that's probably moral and right, then throw it out the window when they're shown the money.

By the same measure, we fans are all the same. If results start going well, we'll forget he ever said it. Welcome to football.

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Just now, davulsukur said:

Wouldn't go that far. Neither Dunn or Lowe were involved in the first team.

They still watch most of the games though, and will be around Brockhall enough to know what's going on. An entirely new backroom staff would inevitably take more time to understand the deficiencies in the squad.

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Just now, Phil T said:

What did Berg say about the Rovers managerial position before he took it?

It just goes to show that they're all the same. They'll say something that's probably moral and right, then throw it out the window when they're shown the money.

By the same measure, we fans are all the same. If results start going well, we'll forget he ever said it. Welcome to football.

I know what he said afterwards, bunch of crooks, ended up in the high court. 

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Just now, Gav said:

This has been going on for 7yrs Pete, if you don't get it now you never will.

I'm all for supporting the new manager, but lets face it, its another disastrous appointment for a shambles of a club heading into league 1 and administration. 

But hey, support your club :rolleyes:

League 1 certainly, administration? Just can't see it...

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Well when all is said and done this is the last throw of the dice for this season.

I'll be behind him till he gives reason not to be and a win on Friday and everything may look a lot different.

100% not the man I would have gone for but we were certain for the drop with Coyle anyway 

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Just now, chor808 said:

Any positives at all, 'he's not Kean'? Come on there must be someone that can tell us something good about him.

He's not Coyle either? I don't know, it's pretty slim pickings. Got promoted with WBA in 2008 but they were relegated the following season. Sacked after nine months at Celtic. Joined Boro in 2010 when they were in a bit of bother and got them out of danger, eventually sacked at the start of the 13-14 season after a poor start. Joined Coventry at the end of the 14-15 season and kept them up, but was sacked in Sep 16 after a poor run of form.

Basically, he has a couple of great escapes on his CV and a promotion to the PL 8 years ago. 

With all that said, as long as Venky's and/or unnamed others are here we are screwed regardless of manager... so it doesn't really matter.

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Thank God I've got Rugby League to take my mind off this basket case of a club. It didn't matter who they appointed. Until Venky's do one, we are on a speedy, one way ticket to League Two.

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Just now, Bigdoggsteel said:

Mowbray seems like a great man and top bloke, but for us now on an 18 month contract is an absolutey baffling appointment. 

I wonder what the players are saying about this. 

They are probably planning the day out at Lostock Hall,

 

Oh wait mo, its us supporters that have suffer that ceremony 

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Just now, chor808 said:

Any positives at all, 'he's not Kean'? Come on there must be someone that can tell us something good about him.

He was a defender - Rovers defence needs sorting out.

He brought Marvin Emes into the Boro squad.

He is not Kean, Not coyle.

One of a few idiots willing to work under those ruining the club.

Having Dunn in the management team, hopefully will be good for both Rovers and Dunn.

 

 

 

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Just now, DE. said:

He's not Coyle either? I don't know, it's pretty slim pickings. Got promoted with WBA in 2008 but they were relegated the following season. Sacked after nine months at Celtic. Joined Boro in 2010 when they were in a bit of bother and got them out of danger, eventually sacked at the start of the 13-14 season after a poor start. Joined Coventry at the end of the 14-15 season and kept them up, but was sacked in Sep 16 after a poor run of form.

Basically, he has a couple of great escapes on his CV and a promotion to the PL 8 years ago. 

With all that said, as long as Venky's and/or unnamed others are here we are screwed regardless of manager... so it doesn't really matter.

That is why I don't get the 18 month contract. 

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Well I guess we can moan and groan all we like but until the Vs go, we have to seek solace in the fact that the dingledosser has gone and any coach with any reasonable quality should be able to scrape the points necessary. Put round pegs in round holes, coach the defence on defending and the midfield to protect and hey ho, turn losses into draws and draws into wins.

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