Steve Kean

30 Sep 1967 (Age 46)
Previous Teams (Manager): 
Blackburn Rovers,
Previous Teams (Player): 
Celtic, Swansea, Alloa, Academica Coimbra, Bath City, Newbury Town
Premier League (Blackburn 2011-12)
Manager Steve Kean

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Blackburn netted five at Bristol City and went top of the table on Saturday, while Peterborough are still winless this term.
None of the Championship's six new sides managed to clinch victory, with only three managing a point.
Blackburn. Steve Kean isn’t any more popular at Ewood Park and the persistent ill feeling is likely to hold Rovers back this term.
Fernando Torres scores a first Chelsea hat-trick to put QPR in big trouble at the bottom and shake up the top four betting.
Blackburn's chances of survival are fading rapidly and Mike Holden is backing Norwich to hammer another nail in their coffin.
Mike Holden is backing Manchester United to turn the screw at the top with a fast start against Blackburn on Monday.
The Football Association admit they are happy to take their time in appointing a new permanent boss of the national team.
Peter Ling expects West Brom to give a good account when Chelsea visit on Saturday and he's also backing Aston Villa.
A director of one of Blackburn’s sponsors has announced that he has plans in place to take over the club.
Steve Kean has had it tough at Ewood Park and if Blackburn stay up, Mike Delap says it will be no thanks to Rovers’ besieged boss.
Man City re-established their three-point lead at the top of the table with a 3-0 win over Fulham on Saturday evening.
Blackburn missed the chance to move out of the drop zone as Tim Krul's penalty save helped Newcastle snatch victory at Ewood Park.