Tony thrilled with striker's killer instinct and another crucial win against Blackpool at Ewood
11 March 2018
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Tony Mowbray was full of praise for in-form Adam Armstrong after the on-loan forward continued his rich vein of form in front of goal with a brace against Blackpool in the 3-0 victory at Ewood Park
"Adam proved what an important player he can be for us with the important goals he scored," says Tony Mowbray when reflecting on the then on-loan Newcastle United man's role in last season's...
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When he was reunited with Adam Armstrong back in the January transfer window, Tony Mowbray knew what he was getting.
"He's very dynamic and very prolific," says Rovers boss Tony Mowbray, who struggled to hide his delight at the chance to work with striker Adam Armstrong once again.
We've not seen Adam Armstrong play as a lone frontman too much in Rovers colours, but his brace in the Carabao Cup at Carlisle United on Tuesday night has given his boss food for thought.
It's now six goals in six games against Ipswich Town for Danny Graham, whose penalty helped Rovers to the three points against the Tractor Boys.
Tony Mowbray felt Rovers weren't at their fluid best against Ipswich Town, but was thrilled to see his team do enough to get the win at Ewood Park.
Tony Mowbray has named three changes to his starting lineup against Ipswich Town, from the side that began against Newcastle United in the FA Cup.
Heading to Ewood Park for our game against Ipswich Town on Saturday? Then why not pop into Blues beforehand to start the day right!