I'll give him until Christmas before I judge him. The next couple of games will tell us a fair bit about Coyle!

Shouldn't you be in summer school instead of acting like a moron on here? How on earth do you expect to pass your GCSCEs otherwise? If I may suggest, perhaps you should focus on English as it's clear that needs the most attention.

The performance was depressing, the result, like the comments on here, was pretty much what we expected.

Byrne spent last season on loan at SC Cambuur who is he was unable to help stay in the Dutch top flight despite some impressive individual displays.

You think that's something to joke about do you ?

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The 20-year-old spent the first half of last season on loan in the Championship with MK Dons where he made 15 appearances without scoring.

There probably is better players out there, but getting them to play for Rovers and Venkys is a different proposition. !!

They will look to bounce back in tomorrow’s EFL Cup first-round clash at Mansfield Town before returning to league action at new boss Coyle’s former club Wigan Athletic on Saturday.

Been on twice in four years hopeless waste of space!!rather just pick he cash from Stan pal. Get on big again every game you cant loose. Sad thing is you lot just cant see the big picture!!

Yes of course it does but bruce is out of work and remember at the end of the day,if someone is willing to pay for your services and some,principals sometimes go out the door,but he prob wouldn't even give it notice really

Totally agree, but we can expect reasoned and logical team selections and 11 players on the pitch who give 100% for the duration of the game. I honestly don't mind losing to any team that are better than us on the day but the abject capitulation of nearly half the team that played on Saturday cannot be acceptable, where was the professional pride at the very least?

The Manchester City midfielder, who is on loan at the Championship club for the 2016-17 campaign, came on as a second-half substitute in Rovers' heavy 4-1 defeat to Norwich City on the opening day of the season.

"It was a great experience, and one I'm very grateful for."

Both those United lads are good shouts. The one that was at Barnsley was Ashley Fletcher but I think he's been signed by West Ham.

I think he meant Duffo (Michael Duff) now youth team coach after helping the Clarets to a 3rd Premier League Promotion. His kids won on Saturday at Fleetwood 👍

Blackburn boss Owen Coyle was delighted to get the 20-year-old on loan and already the youngster is repaying that faith.

Don't know what your termology means. But thank you for the information.

Very true but for the thousands of pounds a week they are all earning the very minimum you can expect is effort!! I watch my son play every week and he comes off the pitch bright red and sweating and he is only 9. Struggling to say the same about any of the Rovers starting 11 on Saturday.

Byrne’s year-long loan move to Ewood Park was confirmed earlier this week, following the skilful 20-year-old playmaker’s impressive spell at SC Cambuur in Holland’s top flight last season.

Pay what dosh!!! You mean increase your Debt? You just dont want to understand how far you are in the mire do you? Steve Bruce!! your havin a laugh. Deadwood FC the laughing stock of Lancashire you dont have to make it up its FACT!!!!!!!

Not that is would bother Byrne, who is competitive to say the least, and has represented Ireland up to under-21 level.

"Hopefully there'll be better games than that to show what I can do," Byrne told the official Blackburn Rovers website. "But I also know that we have a really good squad with loads of players who can get people up off their seats in the stadium.

Yes but he only put one of his signings in the team

Byrne............... just avoid talking Play hard and control the ball with more accuracy in pass . Avoid media until u get few goals........... Say hi to all people who support u in the gallery.......... get hold of your week players............. ..quality captain can do, Lowey is just time pass........ not serious !!!

JACK Byrne admits Blackburn Rovers owe their supporters after the opening day drubbing by Norwich City – as Owen Coyle attempts to sign Southampton striker Sam Gallagher.

"after the drubbing by Norwich City" Get used to reading statements like this. Owen Coyle is a clueless manager and the sooner you clowns accept it the easier it will be for you to come to terms with the fact that you're heading into the third tier of English football.

Thought you had disowned Rovers Lardy Arse and was now a confirmed Acc-ite 😆 You lot on here should see the racist comments Stocky "fat lad" blue made about your owners on the Burnley pages.......... should be reported.

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Its not what you want , it is what you have got , your opinions do not concern anyone at Deadwood FC, you are indeed irrelevant!!!!!

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“So it’s really hard to explain. We went into the game thinking it wouldn’t be a surprise if we beat them.

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“He’s got great set-play delivery, he can find that final pass, he can score a goal himself, he’s just turned 20 now, so he’s set for a huge career I think.

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He can play a holding role in midfield, with a great range of passing, but is also effective further forward – in City's Uefa Youth League campaign the season before last, he top-scored with six goals in eight games.

"It was a bit lonely at times, but you have to keep going. For me at the time, it was the best thing for me to do. All I concentrated on was football, football, football. I went in in the morning and trained, went home slept, woke up slept. That was my routine over there week after week.

Having passed his test at Cambuur, Byrne can now play his way into City contention by doing well in the fiercer surroundings of the English second tier.

Paul Wheelock, who covers Blackburn Rovers for the Lancashire Telegraph, explains what he believes has caused the fall from favour for the young star.

Byrne, who made good progress at youth level for Manchester City but never played for the first team, has been capped 10 times by the Republic of Ireland at U21 level.

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