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Property market could hold clue to Kean future

Looks like the mystery thickens down at Ewood Park with news surfacing that Steve Kean is hoping to buy a house in the Blackburn area after living in rented accommodation for a while now.

This has caused some extreme 2+2 journalism from most of the morning rags with a new long term mortgage apparently meaning that Kean's long term future is as safe as houses (pun alert).

Kean has been under attack from fans for months now with Rovers form looking as dodgy as a month old curry but with the consistent backing of the board he has ridden out the storm so far.

New house = safe job apparently? We'll see...

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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 1 2011

Time: 10:47AM

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Not a story that will be popular I am sure!
Mikey Delap
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01/11/2011 11:03:00

...maybe he just likes the area!
FreidelNo.1
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01/11/2011 13:04:00

Even tho you are right, it has lead to 2+2 journalism, it is logical that Steve Clown is moving into a a new funhouse because he does not believe he is going to lose his job. Why buy a house in an area where you are effectively hated and possibly soon to be jobless. Worrying times, every story that comes out these days is even more depressing than the last.
*Dave*
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01/11/2011 13:42:00

Hmmm at least he won't have to drive as far following post-match drinks...
rossp2112
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01/11/2011 17:56:00

 

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