By Alan Duffy
It always seemed a rather strange decision by the Venkys bigwigs to jettison Sam Allardyce for not playing attractive enough football only to promote his second in command, Steve Kean, to the top job.
Prior to jumping into the hot-seat at Ewood Park, the 43-year-old Scot had never managed a team himself, instead racking up a number of assistant manager gigs at the likes of Fulham and Coventry City. Surely, the wealthy chicken magnates could have tempted a more experienced, high-profile new manager?
Well, maybe Kean’s days at Rovers’ head honcho are indeed numbered after it emerged that the club have received a letter penned by the editors of a number