Blackburn Rovers have had a productive season in the Sky Bet Championship and a return to the Premier League is still possible via the play-offs in the second tier.
For Rovers, it’s been a campaign of steady progress and, if and when things resume, the plan from Tony Mowbray and his players will be to try and break into the top six that they are just outside of at the moment.
Certainly, they’ll feel as though they can do it and, 25 years after winning the Premier League, it would be fitting if they could seal a return at the end of this season.
Are these 15 Tugay facts true or false?
Certainly, things are looking up at Ewood Park right now and they find themselves in a much more solid position than they were in when the exited the top flight last.
Indeed, from around that era, they had perhaps one of their worst managers in charge in the shape of Steve Kean, with things largely not working under him in pretty testing conditions.
Rovers fans have been looking back at that time on social media, too, so let’s take a look at the best of what has been said about his tenure:
How would you sum up Steve Kean's time as manager of Blackburn?#Rovers
— RoversHQ (@RoversHQ) May 18, 2020
— Bavarian Rovers (@BavarianRovers) May 19, 2020
— Declan (@Declan8819) May 18, 2020
Is this a serious question! The worst, greedy, self-centered, awful, charlatan ever to grace a football club, let alone our magnificent club. Swear words………he relegated us, made a million or so and jumped before being pushed. Catastrophic!
— Richard Prew, criminal law solicitor, dad. (@RichardPrew2) May 18, 2020
— Joseph (@Joe_frozenlegs) May 18, 2020
— michael hough (@huffy58) May 18, 2020
There are no words to sum it up. That bad.
— Scott Cameron (@camey1981) May 18, 2020
A complete failure
— BRFC Man (@Silk05) May 18, 2020
The blind leading the blind
— André The Giant 🏴 (@roverdragon) May 19, 2020
Please never mention him again. Cheers
— Chris Moss (@mosstoboy) May 18, 2020