Till Leicester City did the unthinkable and banked home the Premier League trophy two seasons ago, the last time English football witnessed“hard workers” and not “money bags” takes all champion was way back ’95 when Blackburn Rovers beat Manchester United to the trophy.

Even if TheRiversiders will later become what the likes of Everton and West Ham are these days, they still managed to have a good enough fear factor in their stride

The unremarkable season of Corry Evans is over

The 2016-17 season of the English Championship League has recently reached it´s end and unfortunately for Corry Evans of Blackburn Rovers, this was one of his worst seasons ever.

The Northern Irish defender has consistently struggled with an ongoing groin issue which kept him out of the pitch for the majority of the 2016-17 season.


This Sunday Brentford would host Blackburn in the English Championship at Griffin Park.

The visitors would start the game in the relegation zone but they would be hoping to get the results and that the others go their way in the final match of the season.

Blackburn Dealt with Major Blow as Corry Evans Misses Rest of the Season

Blackburn Rovers will be without the services of midfielder Corry Evans for the rest of the campaign, as the player has undergone a surgery in order to rectify a long-standing groin injury.

This is a major blow for Blackburn manager Tony Mowbray in the club’s fans against relegation. Blackburn are in the relegation zone with only a handful of matches left in the campaign. Relegation would be catastrophic for the club, as it would mean that they have fallen long way away from the days of winning the Premier league in the mid-1990s. The club were relegated from the Premier League at the end of 2011-12 campaign.

No Problem with Corry Evans Playing for Northern Ireland, claims Mowbray

Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill is likely to call up Rovers defender Corry Evans for the upcoming World Cup qualifying games.

Due to their indifferent start to the World Cup qualification campaign, Northern Ireland have to be concerned about the possibility of being caught up by Azerbaijan or Czech Republic. The national team are level on points with former, while Czech Republic are only two points behind in the table after having played four games. Catching table leaders Germany now looks extremely unlikely with the reigning world champions opening up a five-point advantage.


Corry Evans has been struggling with injuries especially in the last few months but Blackburn manager Tony Mowbray has given his permission for the player to feature for his national team.

Evans is likely to be named by manager Martin O’Neill for the World Cup qualifier against Norway.

Corry Evans to Miss FA Cup Clash with Manchester United

Blackburn manager Owen Coyle admitted that his squad is still remains stretched as a result of a number of players being on the sidelines.

Blackburn are preparing for the FA Cup game against Manchester United this weekend. The club are hoping to create yet another upset in the FA Cup this season. There have already been some massive upsets with the likes of Lincoln City and Sutton United managing to reach the fifth round of the competition. It is the first time to nonleague clubs have reached the stage of the competition for several decades.

No player has their position secured in Blackburn Rovers

According to the 26 year old Northern Irish centre-back of Blackburn Rovers, nobody has their place sealed in the squad as anything can happen at any given match and no one should be confident about their spot in the team which is currently fighting just to escape the bottom relegation zone of the English Championship League.

Corry Evans has been performing with Blackburn Rovers since August of 2013, after having spent almost 4 years with the English club; Evans stated that no one has a guaranteed role.

Coyle Says Corry Evans Doubtful for Reading Game

Blackburn Rovers manager Owen Coyle has confirmed that Corry Evans remains a major doubt for the upcoming clash with Reading.

The versatile player appeared to suffer a recurrence of the groin injury in the 3-2 win over Brighton. This led to the player in the recent matches, and it is expected that the upcoming game with Reading will also be a similar story.

Corry Evans Looking Forward to Coming up againstRudy Gestede

Corry Evans says that he is looking forward to coming up againstRudy Gestede, who was once a favourite at Blackburn Rovers.

Even though he spent only 18 months at the club, the Benin international managed to score in every other game for the club before moving to Aston Villa for a £6 million fee in the summer transfer window of 2015.Gestede has never been able to settle at Villa, and many think that his best time in English football was with Blackburn. The player will be coming up against his former teammates including Evans.


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