Boss Kean: I won’t let heads drop
BLACKBURN manager Steve Kean is refusing to get downcast despite his side dropping back into the relegation zone.
Had Rovers held on for the last 10 minutes against Man United at Ewood Park on Monday night, they would have clambered up to 16th.
But late goals from Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young means they are level on 28 points with 17th-placed QPR and Wigan in 19th.
But Kean still saw enough to insist his men will hold their nerve.
He said: “Even if we’d beaten United it wouldn’t have finished things.
“It has been a bad weekend but there will be good ones, when we get a result and other teams around us are expecting to win but don’t.
“We just have to take the positives, which are the chances we created and the fact we held the potential champions for 80 minutes.”
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