Since the start of the English League Championship season, Blackburn Rovers has been dropping points at a consistent basis after suffering a number of successive defeats since the beginning of their campaign.
The 2016-17 season of the 2nd tier English League initiated on August 5 of 2016 but it wasn’t until September 17 when Blackburn Rovers managed to win their first match in this competition and they have basically continued their string of negative results.
Even though the vast majority of the results that have arrived from Blackburn Rovers have seen them dropping points, according to Wes Brown, the team is still hopeful and optimistic that they can escape the bottom relegation zone and start winning matches in a successive manner.
“The spirit is there, as we’ve shown, but it would be nice to start taking the lead. We are in the relegation zone, that’s how it is, but the spirit is good. I don’t think we’re playing bad, we have our moments, and we need to start putting them away and then shutting up at the back a little bit’’
“At the moment our heads are still high, if we weren’t playing well and losing I would give a completely different interview. That’s the general feeling throughout the club, there are no heads down, we know we’ve got good players here and we will keep going.” Former Manchester United player Wes Brown said.
Wes Brown himself has struggled trying to make consistent appearances in the first team of the manager Owen Coyle as the 37 year old English defender has mostly been spending time on the sidelines as a substitute but despite not playing a very important role with the English League Championship club, Wes Brown still appears to be optimistic that things will be changing for him and his team soon.