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Kean admits losing in Carling Cup more important than losing in league

November 30, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Kean consistently forfeits any popularity

Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean has defended his decision to field a weaken side to lose 2-0 at Cardiff in the Carling Cup by arguing that a humiliating exit from the competition takes higher priority than getting relegated from the Premier League.

Kean also claimed that successful implementation of his perfect tactics was made impossible by virtually all of the supporters shouting loudly that he should go somewhere which definitely wasn’t Blackburn.

Kean sobbed, “There’s no way I can get a big fat payoff without a pathetic defeat to lower league opposition in the League Cup, now is there?

“I wanted to protect some of my defenders so that our impending loss to Swansea will have even greater ramifications for my tenure.

“We need to treat our upcoming league games as cup finals and lose them accordingly.”

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  1. November 30, 2011 at 21:48

    Very funny.

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