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Diouf: Sack Kean or Rovers will be relegated

Diouf: Sack Kean or Rovers will be relegated

Former Rover and fans favorite El Haji Diouf has come out in support of fans wanting the removal of 'manager' Steve Kean.

The now Doncaster Rovers winger has said that he feels Rovers will go down unless changes are made.

"Everybody knows Blackburn haven`t got the team to stay up.

"It`s not the same team that was there over a year ago with Sam Allardyce.

"Any other manager with the team in that position would have been sacked a long time ago.

"Everybody was surprised Sam left and everybody is surprised they haven`t sacked the manager yet.

"I see the fans crying on TV every week. Nobody there deserves what is happening."

"Rovers will go down unless the owners make a change

Dioufy, if you want to help out the fans who loved you at Rovers, get in touch with us here at Vital Blackburn, and throw your support behind the Kean Out campaign.

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Writer:Joe Ainscough
Date:Monday November 28 2011
Time: 12:20PM

Comments

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Good to see not everyone is scared to speak out against Kean.
rover23
28/11/2011 12:22:00
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Don't always agree with Diouf but he can see what's going on. We are now 4 points away from 17th... It's nearly December and we havn;t even hit double figures yet. This is one big embarassing mess of a joke.
fransavarese
28/11/2011 12:24:00
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Will be seen as sour grapes in the media I fear
Aogu
28/11/2011 12:46:00
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Come back to blackburn diouf
Marcus:)
28/11/2011 13:09:00
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Unfortunately everyone knows the Diouf will always have been looked upon as part of the BFS regime..... no wonder Kean had no time for him... outspoken, and difficult to manage, he may have been, but his experience with Rangers last season could have proved valuable to us this term
blarty
28/11/2011 13:46:00
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He is a player that comes with a few problems and some baggage - that is undisputed... But to pretend he is speaking anything other than the truth here is naive IMO.
Mikey Delap
28/11/2011 14:13:00
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Diouf ,one of the biggest pieces of **** to hit the shores of England! I have sympathy for your club, but I dont think this bafoon has anything good to say unless it's for his own agenda!
Mix26
28/11/2011 14:15:00
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Well said Mr Diouf, he was by no means the most popular player in the PL but he was frozen out by Kean for reasons unknown, at a time when he was probably our best performing player early last season. We ended up letting him go for nowt just to make things worse.
Rye_of_the_Rovers
28/11/2011 15:39:00
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Stick it to the man Dioufy! Like him or not, he's right. Kean stays and we are down. We MIGHT have a fighting chance with a proper manager but i fear its already too late anyway.
*Dave*
28/11/2011 16:35:00
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Never liked Diouf and this WILL be portrayed as sour grapes BUT I'm glad he's said this. Now we need more pros to start chiming in.
rossp2112
28/11/2011 19:17:00
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