Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Kean keen to bolster squad

Blackburn Rovers boss Steve Kean has insisted he will be looking to bring in fresh legs in the January transfer window, as the Lancashire outfit continue to struggle near the bottom of the Premier League table.

The under pressure manager saw his side come away with nothing from their last outing against West Brom on Saturday at Ewood Park and they now find themselves four points off safety with a huge game coming up on Tuesday. People looking at the football betting need to bear this in mind.

A Lancashire derby between Blackburn and Bolton Wanderers always has a bit of extra spice but with these sides at 19th and 20th in the league respectively, this has become an massive game for both clubs.

Bolton boss Owen Coyle is also under plenty of pressure to keep his club in the top flight and there have been suggestions that if someone loses the clash at Ewood Park, then it could be curtains for the team’s manager. Those following the Premier League best odds should remember this.

However Kean has been defiant regarding his position with Rovers and, despite pressure to leave from the club’s loyal supporters, the Scotsman already has one eye on transfer targets to bring in next month.

He said: "I spoke with the owners for about 45 minutes yesterday (Sunday).

"We had a real good conversation, mentioning again the health of some of the players because we have got a few that are falling at the moment.

"We will look forward to the transfer window opening and see if we can get a few bodies in that can hit the ground running straight away and make an impact."

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