The former Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean has returned to football with a new job in Singapore.
David Dunn has called on the Blackburn hierarchy to show him some respect and tell him whether he will still be at Ewood Park next season.
Michael Appleton is the fourth permanent manager to leave Blackburn since Venky's took over in November 2010.
Blackburn have moved a step closer to naming their third manager this season after Blackpool gave them permission to open talks with Michael Appleton.
Rovers made an official approach to their npower Championship counterparts last night and former Portsmouth boss Appleton, who only took the reins at Bloomfield Road on November 7, now appears set to succeed Henning Berg at Ewood Park.
– Statement on Blackpool's official website, www.blackpoolfc.co.uk
"Blackpool FC can confirm that, following discussions with Blackburn Rovers and Michael Appleton, permission has been granted for the manager and Ashley Westwood to discuss personal terms with the club."
Blackpool first-team coach Ashley Westwood will also discuss terms with Rovers.
Blackburn Rovers have released the following statement regarding the management team at the club:
"Blackburn Rovers FC has today announced that Gary Bowyer and Terry McPhillips will remain in charge of first team affairs until the end of January.
This decision follows discussions between the Owners, Directors and Global Advisor.
The club would like to take this opportunity to thank Gary, Terry and the rest of the staff for their sterling efforts over recent days which have helped produce two successive and important league victories.
The club's search for a new permanent manager will continue in earnest."
Former Blackburn Rovers striker Kevin Gallacher spoke to Granada sports reporter Daniel Hewitt about Henning Berg's departure from the club.
Blackburn Rovers have sacked their manager Henning Berg and three other members of the squad's coaching staff.
Berg signed a three-year contract 57 days ago at Ewood Park. He was in charge for just 10 matches and oversaw one win, three draws and six loses.
Assistant manager Eric Black, first team coach Iain Brunskill and goalkeeping coach Bobby Mimms are leaving the club with immediate affect.
A statement on the club's website said: "This decision has been taken following a very disappointing sequence of results.
"The club thanks the four men for their efforts and wishes them every success for the future."
Today’s NPower Championship fixture between Blackburn Rovers and Brighton & Hove Albion has been called off following a pitch inspection by the match referee at 12.15pm.
Blackburn Rovers manager Henning Berg has spoken about allegations that he stormed out of the club's Christmas party.
It's been reported he walked out after he was made to wear a Michael Jackson wig and dance on stage.
The party was meant to lift morale after some disappointing results.
In a statement, Berg says he was asked to do things which weren't appropriate given the club's league position and claimed it was always his intention to leave the party early.