Ince urges solidarity

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Blackburn manager Paul Ince has urged Rovers' fans not to turn their back on the club following their slide into the Barclays Premier League relegation zone.

Ince's side have not won a league game since September and crashed out of the Carling Cup on Wednesday night at the hands of Manchester United.

Ahead of Saturday's meeting with Premier League leaders Liverpool, Ince told "It is easy to have a go at players and the manager when things are not going well. But they have to stick with us during these hard times and hopefully they will come through it at the other end."

He added: "Every game is massive for us now. Liverpool are going for the championship, so that will be very tough.

"But we have five or six games after that where we feel we might get some points.''

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