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'It's Rubbish'- Ollie

'It's Rubbish'- Ollie

Ian Holloway has denied any link with Stoke City after various reports on the internet suggested he was being lined up to take over from Johan Boskamp as the new Potters boss.

Ollie has been out of management since February when Gianni Paladini placed him on 'gardening leave' has slammed the reports, saying 'It's complete rubbish'.

Speaking to TeamTalk he said:

'It's complete rubbish and I don't know where it's come from.

'I haven't had an approach from Stoke. I haven't had an interview with Stoke and I haven't even spoken to anyone at Stoke. It's rubbish.'

VITAL QPR will keep you up to date with the news on Ollie and his future as we wish him well following a successful spell as manager at the club.

Watch out for our exclusive preview to this weekend's fixture with Cardiff City at Ninian Park, coming later.

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Date:Thursday March 23 2006
Time: 3:15PM

Comments

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He hasn't ruled himself out of the running, if Stoke were to come and talk to him BUT in all honesty- WHO WOULD WANT TO BE MANAGER OF STOKE???
markohaire
23/03/2006 17:35:00
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Now Stoke are trying to pinch our manager TOny Pullis, and Ian Hollway is being mentioned as a possibly replacement for Plymouth.Don't suppose thas true either.
miked_joker
27/05/2006 23:18:00
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