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Harford Aims To Bounce Back

Harford was dismissed by Rotherham in December after a 17-match winless streak which left the club 22nd in League One.

But the 46-year-old, who has previously held coaching roles at Wimbledon, Luton, Nottingham Forest and Swindon, says he is biding his time and waiting for the right opportunity tobounce back.

Today he has been linked with the vacant managerial position at Lincoln - where he began his playing career - but he dismissed the link.

Harford said: 'I enjoyed my time at Lincoln and it helped launch my career, but I haven't applied for the job there.

'I'm just weighing up my options at the moment and hope to get back into coaching and management soon, but the Lincoln job is not one that I have gone for.'

I personally cant see him getting a bigger club, but good luck to him.





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Date:Monday June 12 2006

Time: 5:00PM

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or in other words " i will keep picking my wages up at rotherham until i get a better offer " ( t*sser )
taras bulba
CAME TO MILLMOOR AT A REALLY BAD TIME...BUT HE IS MILKING US FOR AS MUCH AS HE CAN NOW.
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" the t*sser voted against us at the creditors meeting even though he was guarateed his money anyway "
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