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RUFC - ex Manager to QPR?

Rotherham United's ex manager, Mick Harford, looks set to be joining the backroom staff at Queens Park Rangers, after his current club, Colchester gave him permission to speak to them, says the BBC.

Forty-eight year old Harford was sacked by the Millers after just eight months in charge, in December 2005, after the team went seventeen games without a League or Cup win.




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 11 2007

Time: 6:52PM

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Gregory and Harford...an interesting double act!
sandgroanun
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12/06/2007 21:19:00

Harford was never, in my opinion, given enough time at Millmoor to prove himself. I wish him well.
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12/06/2007 22:50:00

 

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