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Kean under no illusions

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Blackburn boss Steve Kean says he is under no illusions about the safety of his job if the team's position in the Barclays Premier League does not improve.

Rovers were beaten 2-1 by West Brom at Ewood Park in the first home match for several months at which the Scot did not have to endure organised protests against him from Blackburn fans but they still made their unhappiness known, with chants of 'Kean Out' ringing out around the ground after Peter Odemwingie's winner.

Told that he had received the sympathies of Albion head coach Roy Hodgson, Kean said: "It's nice to hear support from people, but I'm not here just to get support - I need to get points. I'm under no illusions that my job is based on us being in a much better position than where we are now."

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West Bromwich Albion
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