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Rovers Want Huddersfield's Jackson?

Rovers Want Huddersfield's Jackson?

It is strongly rumoured that the three names shortlisted for the vacant managers job are:

Mickey Walker

Peter Reid

Peter Jackson

Jackson is currently with Huddersfield Town and rumours started at the weekend that he was interested in the role. However, as he is currently with Town, Rovers would have to fork out compensation for the manager who's list of achievements is hardly greater than Dave Penney's.

Perhaps then former Sunderland boss Peter Reid would be a better choice or should Rovers stick with Walker?

Have you say in the comments box below.


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Date:Thursday September 7 2006
Time: 2:19PM

Comments

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Don't go for Peter Reid on recent form. Jackson's an interesting name, although I thought he was settled at Huddersfield. Is that not the case?
sandgroanun
07/09/2006 14:43:00
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they r all bad doncaster r crap anyway make them even worse with those names pmsl!!!!
shaun swans fan
07/09/2006 14:48:00
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Those three candidates are hardly miles better then Dave Penney. Not convined about Walker, I think he had a lot to do with the sacking of Lewis and thus Penney going.
NathanDRFC
07/09/2006 15:01:00
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If that's the best we can come up with then John Ryan's ambitions are not as big as I thought.
dazza71
07/09/2006 16:31:00
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i hope we get someone thats confident and makes good decisions and that aint going to be jacko.
no.1 rover
07/09/2006 17:17:00
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