Date: 13th May 2008 at 8:44am
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The future of Ian Holloway at Leicester has seemed very precarious recently, but after meeting with chairman Milan Mandaric on Monday Holloway’s own words seem to have suggested that he is staying: ‘It is business as usual at the club,’ Holloway told BBC Radio Leicester.

Quite if this means that he is definitely staying remains to be seen, but the media seem to believe that it does, not that this makes it true!

Is keeping Holloway the right thing to do?

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2 Replies to “Holloway To Stay In Charge At Leicester”

  • Bit surprised he aint been sacked considerig the amount of managers you’ve had in the last year.

  • I am mazed he hasn’t been sacked Mandaric is either have to back him financially or sack him to keep the fans happy, they will not be happy with Holloway staying if he has no money to spend.

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