If there is a telltale sign of the upcoming English Premier season it may be that Blackburn now offers the cheapest tickets in the entire league. Is that a simple recognition of the current economy or an admittance of the team being unable to compete? They were able to hang on to top flight status last year which will give fans a chance to watch more Blackburn live EPL games, but can they remain competitive? OleOleFootball is the best place to find out what will happen during the EPL 2009-10 season with all the live streaming football you can handle.
There were times last year when the Rovers were in shambles with losses like the 3-0 game at Wigan, but a lot of that may have been justified by a number of injuries. However they did show some resilience in hard fought games against Fulham and Manchester United and have been boosted by the signings of Franco Di Santo and Nikola Kalinic. It is up to manager Allardyce to ensure that he gets the most from his players every time the take the pitch. They can’t afford to deal with off days from inconsistent players such as Jason Roberts, El Hadji Diouf and Benni McCarty, especially with Brett Emerton and David Dunn injured.
Confidence is often seen as key in football, and Blackburn will need all the confidence they can get in order to get off to a good start. A poor start this EPL 2009-10 season could make for a scary and downright hellish October as the team has to travel and face Manchester United, Arsenal, and Chelsea.
Be sure to sign up with OleOleFootball to watch Blackburn live and see if they can overcome adversity and remain competitive this year. Will key players step up or will the fans revolt after poor play, no matter how cheap the ticket prices are? Tune in and watch the English Premier League live to find out.
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