Board losing patience with Allardyce
Rovers boss Sam Allardyce is facing a backlash in the morning papers with many suggesting that the Rovers boss is close to losing his job.
The Daily Mirror is the main one which states that two bad showings against Aston Villa in the Carling Cup and against Fulham on Sunday will seal his fate.
An angry minority of Rovers fans is slowly turning into a majority as performances have dipped dramatically in recent weeks.
There have also been reports that players are not happy with the public criticism of them by Big Sam and there was also a heated slanging match after the 4-1 reverse at Man City on Monday.
Adding into this that the travelling faithful also 'mocked' the long ball tactics in the crowd at Eastlands as well - means Allardyce is losing the crowd as well.
The Rovers board does contain some strong Big Sam backers (including John Williams) but the more neutral members are really strongly starting to doubt his ability to keep Blackburn Rovers in the league.
So there we go, Sam seems to be on a slide to losing his job... the players have turned against him (allegedly), the board are losing patience and the fans are by the day revolting against the tactics!
Not good reading for Sam this morning.
Oh and the Mirror also throws a bone that the availability of Mark Hughes interests the Rovers board... they may even be prepared to pay to change management again.