Manchester United striker Michael Owen has said that Blackburn Rovers fans should be backing Steve Kean if they are looking to get out of the trouble.

Blackburn find themselves bottom of the table after the 2-1 defeat at the hands of Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday. It has led to an incredible abuse for their manager Steve Kean and to the owners.

There have been a lot of calls for his sacking, which have been going for a number of months now. However, it has taken a turn for the worse after the latest defeat at the hands of Bolton Wanderers.

Still, Michael Owen says that Steve Kean is the best man for the job and that Blackburn fans should be backing him.
On the face of it, the abuse given by support us towards the manager seems to be fair and justified because Blackburn have finally become adrift from the relegation strugglers following this latest defeat. They are currently rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table with no possible three points in sight. They are currently on massive five points behind safety.

Wolverhampton Wanderers are the 17th placed team with 15 points, while Blackburn have 10 points to their credit. Still, Steve Kean has said that he has the backing of his owners, but the situation seems to be more and more desperate with the passing day.

“He is probably a nice fella, no doubt twice as decent as the so called fans abusing him. I would love Blackburn to get something out of the game to see his and the fans' reaction. If somebody shouts abuse in the street like they do in a football stadium they would get locked up. Why does paying £30 entitle you to hurl abuse at people?" Michael Owen asked via his Twitter account.