Rovers boss Parry thinking ahead

01 March 2010 01:01
Rovers are currently in the midst of a relegation scrap and sit one point above the drop zone in League One having won only three of their last 10 league games.

Parry, the club's former physio who has been in charge since John Barnes was sacked back in October, has begun planning for the 2010/11 season while also knowing that should he fail to keep Rovers in League One he will be moved back to the medical room.

"I am doing the job as if I am going to be manager next season," Parry told the Liverpool Echo.

"I went to watch Blackburn reserves play Manchester United reserves the other night with the chairman. He was talking about the players we might lose next season and how we will have to bring players in.

"Should the chairman decide to bring someone else in it does not put me out of work, so the stresses are a little bit different."

Source: Team_Talk