Blackburn Rovers have enjoyed a fruitful campaign under Tony Mowbray this season.
The Lancashire club are currently situated in tenth spot in the Championship table, and have every chance of securing a play-off spot upon the season’s potential resumption.
There has been several players who have contributed to the club’s success with Stewart Downing, Adam Armstrong and Darragh Lenihan notably enjoying impressive campaigns for Mowbray’s men.
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However, there are some players who have not perhaps had the impact they would have liked at Ewood Park this season, sometimes not through fault of their own, and Dominic Samuel is arguably someone who fits that bill.
The 26-year-old has been plagued with injuries ever since his arrival at Blackburn from Reading back in 2017, and this season he has managed only eight appearances in a Rovers shirt.
With the summer approaching, it’s unclear as to whether Samuel is viewed as a part of Mowbray’s 2020/21 plans – and it’s a topic that has come up for debate as initiated by Rovers HQ on Twitter.
The account asked: ‘Would you keep or look to get rid of Dominic Samuel this summer?’
And, judging by the responses it seemed pretty evident that the majority of these Rovers fans want him to remain at the club….
— California Rover (@garysmith2301) May 13, 2020
100% keep! Needs a good run in the team and who better to mentor him than DG 👌
— Martin Mathias (@MartinoOoOo86) May 12, 2020
Keep.. One more year to get going after a bad injury
— Andy Fergusson (@AndyFergusson) May 12, 2020
— Peter Weller (@peterweller43) May 12, 2020
— łøćkŷ🇬🇧 (@lochlancairney) May 12, 2020
— Dan (@dannybaldy1995) May 12, 2020
— Matthew Blackwood (@mewjo85) May 12, 2020
— Scott Cameron (@camey1981) May 12, 2020
Keep, no doubt he deserves his chance
— Bryan Light (@UKLightCreation) May 12, 2020
— Liam (@BRFC_yatesy) May 12, 2020
— Mike Graham (@miggybrfc) May 12, 2020
Tough one with Samuel because he has signs potential, but he needs to step up
— Simon 🏉 (@ProSlatedogg) May 12, 2020
— David Bradshaw (@davidbradshaw8) May 12, 2020