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Ex Millers Boss Joins Spireites

Ex Rotherham United Manager, Alan Knill, has joined Chesterfield Football Club.

Knill, sacked a few weeks ago, has joined the Spireites as Coach to help Lee Richardson until the end of the season according to Radio Sheffield.

Richardson said, 'I am glad Alan has joined our back room staff - he is a bright young coach. He will help me at this crucial time we find ourselves in. We have remained in contact since our playing days at Halifax Town. I am pleased he agreed to come.'




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday March 17 2007

Time: 12:15PM

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Good Luck Knilly
herringthorpe
Glad he got sorted. All the best.
tc0001
Good luck alan hope all goes well
miller4life
Good luck Alan, from me too!
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