Seven games played, four points in the bag. Not the start to the season that Venky’s were anticipating after outlining their aim to make Blackburn a top ten team in the Premier League after taking over the Lancashire club.
Steve Kean remains at the helm, although the Scot and the majority of his squad fly out to India this week and the Rovers manager will hold talks with the owners to determine whether or not his position is secure at Ewood Park.
Venkatesh Rao, the club’s co-owner said: “I have spoken with Steve and we are working on our weak points.
“We are going to sit down over the next week and have a very big discussion over this.
“And I am sure we are going into the depth of it. Believe me, myself, my sister, my brother, all of us, are going to sit and have long chat and come out with some plan of action.”
Rao has also encouraged the fans to speak out if they are unhappy with the performances of the team and certainly didn’t condemn the recent protests against the manager.
“If the fans are happy, we are happy. As I have been telling, it is like a family and we should know what the fans totally feel about it”.