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STFC: Fitton Dismisses Holloway Rumours

STFC: Fitton Dismisses Holloway Rumours

Swindon Town has dismissed rumours that Ian Holloway is being lined up to replace under-fire manager Maurice Malpas despite Holloway being at the County Ground Saturday.

Rumours were rife that Holloway was at the game and now pictures have shown up online confirming Holloway's attendance at Saturday's 3-1 defeat to Huddersfield.

Chairman Andrew Fitton said, 'If Holloway was there then he was there to watch a football match, He wasn't an invited guest and it's not relevant.'

This will not cool down rumours of Holloway taking over for Malpas especially if the club continues to play poorly at home.

Town currently sit one point above the relegation places in League One.



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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Monday October 13 2008
Time: 6:19PM

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'If Holloway was there then he was there to watch a football match",........well he didn't see one then.... hardly a match with only one team playing and for certain that team was not Swindon.
APG_STFC
13/10/2008 19:06:00
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If you employ this man, you won't see "a football match" either HOOOOOF!
Boxer
13/10/2008 19:17:00
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anything is better than malpas and holloway has done well in the past even though he has nt recently
lawz1981
13/10/2008 19:41:00
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Holloway will be greatly welcome but i can not see the end of our nightmare yet!!!
Nelly180
13/10/2008 21:06:00
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