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Coleman - drawing up short list

Rotherham United Chairman, Denis Coleman, has said he will be drawing up a short list of people he thinks will be suitable to take the reigns at Millmoor later this week.

The Board meet on Thursday and he has admitted to Radio Sheffield that they hope to have a new manager in sooner rather than later.

He also confirmed that Mark Robins will still be at the helm for the game against Brentford next Saturday.




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 12 2007

Time: 3:25PM

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I wonder if Roy McFarlands name will be added to the list now?
herringthorpe
Out of the names mentioned in friday's Tiser, not many have proved themselves. i just hope we dont go for a cheap option. i would deffo keep Robbo at the club as assistant if nothin else.
zipadeedoodah
so does anyone know who's on the shortlist and if so will he be the right choice and who will be the new messiah at millmoor ...?? and how will they react to the new manager will they also give him the funds to strengthen the squad ie a half decent keeper is must
miller4life
Agree 4life, a keeper has to be top of the list
herringthorpe
 

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