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Welcome back Henning Berg

Rovers have today appointed Henning Berg as the new manager of the club after he accepted the position this afternoon, the official website has confirmed.

Berg has signed a three year to succeed Steve Kean at the helm and will be presented to the media tomorrow morning.

Welcome back Henning.




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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 31 2012

Time: 6:09PM

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Yes WELCOME BACK HENNING Best wishes and Good Luck
r.waterfall
Yes WELCOME BACK HENNING Best wishes and Good Luck
r.waterfall
Great to see him back, now is the time to back him and pull together. We can get promoted if we do that.
Mikey Delap
Great to see him back, now is the time to back him and pull together. We can get promoted if we do that.
Mikey Delap
As I have said the jury is out for me but I will support him fully
dallydally
As I have said the jury is out for me but I will support him fully
dallydally
The jury would be out with any new manager, but he needs the wholehearted support of everyone. He's taken on one tough job and he might need a bit of time to get it right.
rossp2112
The jury would be out with any new manager, but he needs the wholehearted support of everyone. He's taken on one tough job and he might need a bit of time to get it right.
rossp2112
Hope he grabs the club by the throat,and gives it a good shake.Forget the self pity,promotion is all that matters.Could be a Souness like appointment.Time will tell who the real supporters are.
boddingtonblue
Hope he grabs the club by the throat,and gives it a good shake.Forget the self pity,promotion is all that matters.Could be a Souness like appointment.Time will tell who the real supporters are.
boddingtonblue
Well, as long as it wasn't another Coach, like we all feared, we should be happy. I loved him as a player, and truly hope come end of the season I love him as a manager as well.
The_Irish_Rover
Well, as long as it wasn't another Coach, like we all feared, we should be happy. I loved him as a player, and truly hope come end of the season I love him as a manager as well.
The_Irish_Rover
 

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