Paul Ince’s tenure as manager of Blackburn Rovers looks set to come to an abrupt end this week.
Without a win in ten Premier League games, the Blackburn Rovers chairman looks likely to make Paul Ince the next managerial casualty.
Rather than come out with a statement backing Paul Ince, chairman John Williams has instead stated that the board will make a decision it feels is best for the club. Not a confidence boosting stating that Paul Ince and the Blackburn team probably needed right now.
The board will make decisions it feels is in the best interests of the club.
Ince is a former Manchester United, Liverpool and Inter Milan player who has seen his stock as a football manager rise rapidly from Macclesfield to the MK Dons and on to Blackburn Rovers in less than two years.
He has been Blackburn Rovers manager since' June this year.