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Singin' I, I Iffy Again?

Singin' I, I Iffy Again?

Former Swindon Town manager Iffy Onuora has put his name forward to manage Swindon Town should Dennis Wise leave the club as expected.

Onuora replaced Andy King in September last season after the club got off to a horrible start. Onuora was instrumental in bringing Lee Peacock to Swindon and was relieved of his duties at the club after her prevented to keep the club in League One.

Onuora has been not been able to get a job at another club since leaving Swindon.

When Iffy left Swindon, He had some bitter words saying he would not want a job under the new regime and that the offer from the club was not sincere, claiming it was a 'token gesture'.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Monday October 23 2006
Time: 8:52PM

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Sorry to say but i would not want iffy back regardless.
red_gilly
23/10/2006 21:50:00
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Quite agree - he lacked experience and that ruthless straight talking edge that players need sometimes.
APG_STFC
24/10/2006 06:24:00
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Not many manager out of a job at the moment though! Any in under contract would cost money!
Tel Boy
24/10/2006 09:37:00
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I'd settle for Curbishley!!! Only joking.... Sturrock is available - not sure of his salary though - the Sheff.Weds fans did not want him to go. Bryan Robson is free - not that I rate him Nigel Worthington? It all depends on how much Town have in the kitty.
Wellsy
24/10/2006 10:53:00
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