Blackburn Rovers supporters "disappointed" with no apology

Steve Kean
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Blackburn Rovers' action group say that they are "disappointed" that manager Steve Kean and the club's board have not apologised for getting relegated from the Premier League last season.

Blackburn Rovers' action group have revealed that a number of supporters are likely to be absent from tonight's Championship clash against Hull City this evening.

A host of the club's fans have had a strained relationship with manager Steve Kean, which further disintegrated last season as they dropped down into the second tier of English football.

"We as a group who are an elected voice for supporters are disappointed that no apology has been forthcoming from either the owners or manager following the club's relegation last season," the action group said in a statement.

"We are deeply hurt that so many supporters feel the need to stay away from Ewood Park due to the owner's continued refusal to remove Steve Kean as manager."

Rovers host Hull at Ewood Park tonight for their first home game of the season.

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