Better Times Will Come Says Pedersen
Updated Tuesday, 25th October 2011
Blackburn Rovers winger Morten Gamst Pedersen believes that if the team could get that little bit of luck that has alluded them so far this season, things could start to look a whole lot brighter at Ewood Park.
The Ewood Park outfit have started very badly indeed with only having a win and two draws to show for themselves after nine outings.
Sunday's 2-1 defeat to Tottenham means that manager Steve Kean's men are bottom of the table.
And needless to say the fans are not happy; they have staged a couple of protests now and its gaining momentum every week.
But the Norwegian was impressed with the way Rovers played on Saturday and things should start to get better soon.
"It's not what you want to hear, but we have to focus on what we did on the pitch," said Pedersen.
"We played well and showed great commitment. If we keep producing these performances, sooner rather than later the ball will drop for us.
"The supporters liked what they saw from us. We deserved at least a point as it was a fantastic effort."
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