Rovers part company with ANOTHER manager

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Rovers part company with ANOTHER manager

Post by oldfogey » Sun Jul 03, 2016 4:50 pm

Disappointed to see Pat Fenlon sacked by Rovers, just when we had them where we wanted them - miles behind us. They could at least have had the courtesy to wait until after our home league tie against the Hoops. He was always good value for a rant and an (enforced) trip to the stand.

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Post by mr-toyota » Sun Jul 03, 2016 5:58 pm

Paddy power have the betting up for the new manager stephen kenny is 66/1 to go back to tallaght. Stephen Bradley is the favourite for the job at 1/1. I think Paul Doolan 7/2 will get the job, he is the only big name out there for them and has said that he wants to come back to the league. Its strange to see Liam Buckley at 7/2 when he is hanging by a thread at pats

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Re: Rovers part company with ANOTHER manager

Post by niall_hearty2000 » Sun Jul 03, 2016 7:23 pm

I would have thought doolan myself. however rumours abound that Ian Baraclough the former Sligo manager is in the picture. the crazy thing is they never gave Kenny a chance sacking him in 8 months, croly got far too long at 2 yrs and now they sacked fenlon after almost 2 seasons. how much money have the board at rovers thrown away paying off managers??
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