Crack Open The Bubbly, Kean Stays
Updated Thursday, 21st June 2012
Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean will be in charge of the club next season, news that will thrill most of Rovers' supporters who have no doubt been longing to hear such good news.
The man that helped make Rovers a laughing stock last term along with the new owners now has the job of getting the club back into the top flight.
Rovers' new director of football, Shebby Singh, assures fans that Kean will be helped out financially by giving him money for new players although they may have to lower their targets from the one’s they were bragging about bringing in at the start of last season.
Singh told Sky Sports News: "Steve has been in this sort of situation before in the Championship when he was assistant coach at Fulham and he got them promoted.
"We have got to evaluate situations as they come along rather than set a certain standard and say 'you have failed to meet that'.
"While not lowering our standards we need to look at the other qualities that Steve has got. Everybody starts with a clean slate but having said that everybody is on trial.
"As far as I am aware and as far as I know there are funds available to bring in the right sort of characters and the players with the right sort of characteristics for the team."