It's all gone quiet over there.
Mind you, after a week in which foreign control of traditional English clubs has come under the spotlight at Charlton, Town’s hosts on Wednesday, that’s probably the way Blackburn’s faithful followers like it.
Charlton went into the clash at The Valley with Jose Riga, a compatriot of Belgian owner Roland Duchatelet, new at the helm after the sacking of Chris Powell.
Blackburn supporters know better than most what it’s like to change managers in mid-campaign.
After all, the Ewood Park exit door opened three times last season, as first Steve Kean, then Henning Berg, then Michael Appleton went through it.
Let’s be fair, it was something of a circus in the old East Lancashire mill town, which proudly welcomed the Premier League title in 1995 but breathed a big sigh of relief at the avoidance of a second successive relegation, to what in old money is the Third Division.
That’s something which would have seemed so unlikely during the heady days when Jack Walker ran the club.
Walker dealt in steel, current owner’s Venky’s in poultry, but after a lot of clucking in 2012-13, the current campaign has been much lower profile.
Like Town, Blackburn have spent the bulk of it in mid-table, although like chief Mark Robins, Gary Bowyer, who took over that hottest of seats in May after stints as youth, reserve and caretaker manager, will want to finish as high as possible.
It’s been a case of rebuilding while balancing the books at Blackburn, with high earners from the club’s top-flight days leaving and others arriving, sometimes in permanent deals, sometime in loans.
Their form has been up and down, and they arrive at the John Smith’s aiming to avoid a fourth straight defeat.
Meanwhile Jordan Rhodes returns with 17 goals to his name this time around, but only one in his last 11 outings, a statistic he’ll be eager to improve on very familiar territory.
Town supporters know as well as any about Rhodes’ prowess, but saw less of Simon Eastwood, the academy product who moved to Ewood in the summer after a stint at Portsmouth and provides competition for former England keeper Paul Robinson.
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