Black: Boss delay could hurt Rovers
ERIC BLACK says Blackburn can’t afford to delay naming a new boss – even if it means him losing his job.
Black has been in charge of Rovers in a caretaker capacity since Steve Kean left last month, but has failed to win any of his four league games.
Blackburn’s approach to Billy McKinlay has been rejected by Fulham.
And ex-Coventry boss Black, 49, wants a full-time appointment quickly if things are to move on at Ewood Park.
Black, who takes on Sheffield Wednesday tonight, said: “A decision has to be made soon.
“It is in the best interests of the club.”
Black accepts he may not fit into the plans of a new chief, adding: “I have been in the game long enough to know how it works.”