• Former Celtic manager agrees 18-month contract at Ewood Park
• Mowbray’s first game in charge will be Friday’s trip to Burton Albion
Blackburn Rovers have appointed Tony Mowbray as the club’s new head coach, after Owen Coyle was sacked on Tuesday.
Coyle, who joined the club in June 2016, left Rovers second-bottom of the Championship, three points away from safety after losing 16 league games this season and winning only seven.
Source: Football News
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