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Rovers get Appleton go ahead

Rovers get Appleton go ahead

Rovers are to have talks with potential new manager Michael Appleton tomorrow after being given approval by Blackpool to speak to their current boss.

Rovers had earlier this morning had an approach rejected by Blackpool but after talks in another corner of East Lancashire between the former Pompey boss and Tangerine chairman Karl Oyston.

The club (Derek Shaw and Paul Agnew) have again updated fans via the official website that talks are set for tomorrow and that clearance from India has been given.

Looks like he is on his way...



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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Thursday January 10 2013
Time: 7:28PM

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Hey mikey sky sports announced it 4 hours ago ud want to hurry up with u so called news ..... on a further note this is a joke we have won the last 3 games in a row first time in 4years appleton has won 2 out of 11 games come on England buy my club back
tubzz
10/01/2013 19:36:00
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Especially considering the fact Mikey and this site clearly have huge equal financial backing and staff support as the Skysports empire. No right to have a job r life away from this site Delap;-)Disgraceful to call this news and annoy the all great and knowing tubzz
dunn8
10/01/2013 20:03:00
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Thanks dunn ur so kind . but Der was a guy called sasman doing this and get was unreal at it
tubzz
10/01/2013 21:45:00
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Don't no were GET came out off
tubzz
10/01/2013 21:47:00
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As a Pompey fan, I can confirm that Appy is not a good manager. He has tried hard to make a good playing squad in League 1 but didn't succeed at all, not to mention that we got relegated from the Championship with his incapability to come up with the right tactics for the game. You should have stuck with the man in charge! And for Appy to be on his way to the 3rd club in a season, half season, speaks about his commitment towards any of these clubs! He goes where is shown the money.
Pompey Malta
11/01/2013 04:59:00
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Christ, I'd rather give the job to Mike Bassett - at least he's got fake international experience.
FreidelNo.1
11/01/2013 13:34:00
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