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Blackburn’s owners, Venky’s, have revealed they are searching for a British manager to replace the sacked Sam Allardyce who can deliver “good football” and eventually take the club to a top-four finish, and are prepared to wait for the right man.

Venky’s chairman Anuradha Desai asked for fans to show patience and trust as they set about turning Blackburn Rovers in to India’s favourite team.

The names of Martin Jol, Sven Goran Eriksson and even Diego Maradona have emerged as potential replacements though Desai’s desire for someone with experience of the English game appears to rule out the trio.

“We want good football and Blackburn to be fourth or fifth in the league or even better,” Desai told the Lancashire Telegraph.

“The fans should trust us because this is in the best interests of the club.

“It is nothing against Sam but we have a different vision looking forward and we want the club to grow.

“It is not about the Bolton match. It has been a long time in our minds. We wanted good football, wanted the games to be interesting and of course wanted to win and to have good players.

“The fans should trust us and have belief in us.”

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