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Tony Mowbray reveals which Blackburn Rovers defender should have Premier League aspirations
Blackburn Rovers manager Tony Mowbray has revealed that Harry Pickering could start attracting the interest of the higher division soon, during an interview with Lancs Live. The 22-year-old, who has established himself as a regular within Rovers’ defence this season since arriving from Crewe Alexandra in early 2021, is currently recovering from a calf injury […]The 22-year-old, who has established himself as a regular within Rovers’ defence this season since arriving from Crewe Alexandra in early 2021, is currently recovering from a calf injury picked up during their 1-0 loss at QPR, with fellow new signing Tayo Edun occupying the left-back role in his absence.
Blackburn Rovers are among several Championship clubs interested in signing Lincoln City star Anthony Scully in January.
Scully, 22, has been on top form for The Imps so far this season. In 15 games the striker has bagged seven goals for his club, and assisted three more. Now, it has been reportedare looking at the Irishman to further bolster their attacking line.
, Rovers will face stiff competition from rivals Preston North End in the race for the talented youngster’s signature.
Barnsley and Millwall are also said to be interested in Scully, who recently signed a contract extension until 2023.
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Blackburn have often produced good talent through their academy or spotted a potential star and snapped them up, bringing them to Ewood Park. It remains the case even now, with the club positioned in the Championship rather than in the Premier League. The approach though is still paying dividends, with Ben Brereton-Diaz poached from Nottingham […]It remains the case even now, with the club positioned in the Championship rather than in the Premier League.
It would be no surprise to see Blackburn make a move for a forward this transfer window. There is uncertainty surrounding.
The Lancashire club are also familiar with doing business alongside Lincoln; they signed Tayo Edun from the club this summer.
Having signed his first professional contract within 2016, Scully failed to make a first-team appearance for the London club.
In 2020 he signed for Lincoln City, and scored on his debut in a 4-3 defeat to Accrington Stanley.
Since then, Scully has thrived under Michael Appleton’s management. He earned himself a nomination for League One’s Player of the Month in September 2021.
With a transfer offer unlikely to be accepted without a sizeable fee attached, it will be interesting to see whether Rovers decide to make a move in the upcoming window.
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Over the years, there have been plenty of players to pull on the famous blue and white shirt of Blackburn Rovers. Some of those have gone on to enjoy hugely successful careers with the club, becoming hugely popular cult figures around Ewood Park in the process. Others however, have had much briefer stays with the […]Some of those have gone on to enjoy hugely successful careers with the club, becoming hugely popular cult figures around Ewood Park in the process.
Boss remains adamant his side can secure top six this season
Rovers boss Tony Mowbray has stated his side are in the running for a top six finish this season.
Currently sitting 8th in the table, Rovers are well inside the race for promotion back to the Premier league.
And Mowbray believes if his squad can avoid injuries, then they can secure a play-off spot by May.
, he said: “It’s where the wheel stops when are you positioned? As the season unfolds it will depend on who picks up injuries. Who can find an ability in tight games to come out on the right side and picks up points.
“It might easily be us. It’s very much there this season for a number of teams to try and finish in the top six.”
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It’s probably fair to say there were more than a few eyebrows raised among Blackburn Rovers supporters when Harry Chapman was loaned to Burton Albion on the final day of the summer transfer window. The winger had only signed a new contract to extend his stay with the club until the end of the season […]The winger had only signed a new contract to extend his stay with the club until the end of the season earlier in the summer, and had played a part in several league games for Rovers during the opening month of the campaign.