Dunn backs under-pressure Kean

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Blackburn midfielder David Dunn has urged fans to give manager Steve Kean time to turn around the club's poor start to the season.

Kean has been the subject of supporter protests which intensified after a 4-0 Barclays Premier League defeat to Manchester City last weekend. Rovers are 19th in the table with just four points from their opening seven games.

Dunn, speaking on the club's tour of India, told Sky Sports News: "It is very difficult for us players to be seeing what we saw on Saturday towards him because we know how hard he works. We know how hard he works at the training ground together with all the staff. I just think we need to be a little bit patient and I am sure things will turn around."

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