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New Coach Coming In

Deputy Chairman Mark Devlin has revealed that Swindon Town will bring in an Experienced Coach in the Summer.

Rumours seem to suggest the fans pick is Ian Holloway who worked with Devlin and new board member Bill Power at Queens Park Rangers.

Both are fans of Holloway, who is currently suspended at QPR. With the appointment of a new coach, Assistant Manager Alan Reeves is expected to still play a part within' the coaching staff.

Holloway has said he would manage or coach at the League 2 level if a job came along.




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 6 2006

Time: 9:06AM

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A great signing for you if you can get him. Look at the way QPR have fallen away since he left. A man with a good coaching reputation and won't be short of a word or two in any situation.
FEn_100
i cant imagine holloway as a coach. Only a manager
jono_forest
I am sure he would not come here as number 2. He is too good for that.
red_gilly
 

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