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RUFC - Watson 'I'd love a crack at it'

RUFC - Watson 'I'd love a crack at it'

Rotherham United are on the look out for a new manager after Andy Scott was sacked yesterday afternoon after eleven months in charge.

Reports today are saying that more than thirty people have already put their names forward for the vacant position.

Of the thirty plus who have 'applied' for the job, one of them is former skipper and now Sky Sports pundit, Kevin Watson. Kevin played from 1999 to 2002 and was captain for back-to-back promotions under former manager, Ronnie Moore.

'I had a great time there as a player,' the thirty-eight year old said. 'Rotherham and the people has played a big part in my life. You don't have the success I had at the club without looking for their results on a Saturday. I think the club is all set up for a lot of success, there's a new stadium and the club will get backing. There is a special place for Rotherham, it was the first club I really took into my heart. I would love a crack at it.'

Some of the rumours going round Don Valley today, before and during the game, was that former Sheffield Wednesday striker, Lee Bullen was in the ground as was Steve Bruce.

In the past twenty-four hours fans have said they would like to see former Manager and striker, Mark Robins back in charge as well as such people as Sean O'Driscoll, Brian Laws and Lee Clark.




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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday March 20 2012
Time: 10:32PM

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