Unhappy Blackburn fans are planning an anti-Steve Kean protest march ahead of their home fixture against Arsenal on Saturday.
The Ewood Park outfit have started the season slowly, and sit bottom of the Premier League pile with only one point from their first four games.
The Lancashire club’s fans are concerned with the lack of experience of current coach Kean, and are protesting to have him removed and replaced with a manager with a better track record in the game.
Reports indicate that the protesters could be as many as 1000, as an online petition gathers speed ahead of the match against Arsene Wenger’s men.
“The numbers look like hitting the 1,000 mark so the fans are keen to have Steve Kean removed,” Glen Mullan, the organiser of the march, told reporters.
“It’s going to be a peaceful march, but we want to make our point and there will be banners made. It’s about time the owners listened to the fans. We want someone who is experienced and can relate to the fans,” he concluded.
A defeat in the game against Arsenal could be the beginning of the end for Kean, with Blackburn owners Venkys under pressure to get their side out of danger.
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