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Ian Holloway

Ian Holloway

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  1. Ian Holloway understood the frustration of the Millwall fans after some turned on him following a 3-1 defeat by Sheffield Wednesday. FULL ARTICLE AT TEAMtalk

  2. Holloway: We must stick together

    Ian Holloway understood the frustration of the Millwall fans following a 3-1 defeat by Sheffield Wednesday. FULL ARTICLE AT Football365

  1. Ian Holloway faced calls for him to be sacked as Millwall's relegation worries deepened following a 3-1 defeat by Sheffield Wednesday. FULL ARTICLE AT TEAMtalk

  2. Mercury_Sport published Leicester City's Gary Taylor-Fletcher has joined Millwall until...

    Gary Taylor-Fletcher has been allowed to leave Leicester City and join Millwall until the end of the season.The 33-year-old has made just two appearances for City this season and ... FULL ARTICLE AT This Is Leicestershire

  3. Millwall boss Ian Holloway has told Magaye Gueye he's too FAT! The former Everton winger has failed a routine body fat ratio test, much to the annoyance of Holloway ... FULL ARTICLE AT Tribalfootball.com

  1. Former Everton winger Magaye Gueye dropped by Millwall boss Ian Holloway for being too fat

    Frenchman Gueye has made 27 appearances this season but has scored just three goals for the Lions who currently sit in the Championship relegation zone FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  2. Jermaine Pennant set to train with Wigan after failing to turn up at Millwall

    Jermaine Pennant is due to train with Wigan on Tuesday after failing to show at Millwall. Ian Holloway thought he had persuaded the former Liverpool and Stoke winger to join ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail

  3. Millwall boss Ian Holloway is ready to deal in Jermaine Pennant. The former Liverpool and Arsenal winger is training with Millwall and set to sign to the end of the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Tribalfootball.com

  4. Neil Redfearn’s youngsters have the club on the up after years of turmoil and were far too good for Ian Holloway’s side • Frothy talk of new generation of ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

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Ian Scott Holloway (born 12 March 1963 in Kingswood, Bristol) is an English football manager and retired midfielder. A native of Bristol, Holloway grew up in Cadbury Heath where his mother Jean still lives in the same council house. Holloway was in the same class as fellow player Gary Penrice at school and they still remain close friends today. His father Bill, an outstanding amateur footballer,... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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