Date: 14th May 2008 at 9:26am
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Having been in the League as a player (with Bristol City) and a manager (with QPR) Ian Holloway knows how hard League Two is to get out of: ‘It’s horrible, that’s no disrespect to it and it’s hard to win at any level,’ Holloway told BBC Radio Leicester. ‘I got to a play-off in it twice, lost them both and I got automatic promotion in it so, yes I do know an awful lot about it.’

The Championship is a tough enough League, but is League One even tougher as Holloway’s says?

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2 Replies to “Holloway’s Views On League One”

  • Make your mind up, do you mean league one or league two?
    bit irrelevent for him now though.

  • Holloway knew this Division well, so it seems even stranger now why you got rid of him?

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