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Holloway Lined Up For Robins?

Ian Holloway could be in line for a sensational return to management in League One.

The former Leicester City, Plymouth Argyle and QPR boss was spotted in the crowd as Swindon Town fell to a disappointing home defeat to Huddersfield Town.

During the game there were reports that fans were chanting Olly`s name, which would be disappointing for current manager Maurice Malpas who has worked hard to steer the Robins in the right direction.

There is a poll currently running on Vital Swindon >>> as to whether they would want the former R`s boss as their manager.

Swindon Town are 19th in League One, currently without a win in six games following the defeat on Saturday. They have only picked up two wins in total this season, creating some discontent in the County Ground.

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 12 2008

Time: 8:27AM

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Personally I wouldn't want Holloway. He would use us as a stepping stone to a bigger club like he did at Plymouth. Steve Cotterill for me!
STFC_Gazza
Unfortunately, you're probably right, STFC_Gazza. He talked about loyalty at Plymouth and then did a runner on them to Leicester!!
sandydl
You're right Gazza, he'd ride in on his high horse!
Boxer
and then canter of later at a Gallop !
lincolnblue
 

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