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Monday, July 31, 2006

Ex-QPR's Johnnie Hollins Concerned re Crawley Axe

Kind of sad, given how nice he's meant to be; and what a star he was for QPR (and Chelsea and Arsenal and Chelsea). And at the beginning of his coaching career, was a really hot prospect, who QPR tried to appoint manager in the mid-1980s.

BBC - Crawley boss is fearing the sack

John Hollins fears for his future at CrawleyCrawley manager John Hollins accepts that he could be out of a job by the end of this week.
A new owner is expected to be announced at the Conference club by administrator Rob Sadler, and that could end Hollins' tenure at Broadfield Stadium.
Hollins believes a new owner may want to bring in his own manager and told the Brighton Argus: "I'm long enough in the tooth to know I could be out.
"We've shown signs of improvement, but we have to wait and see what happens."
Collins, who was appointed manager at Crawley last November, added: "All I can do is carry on working hard and continue to improve the team.
"I thought Alan Lewer and I did a good job last year, we improved the players' fitness, stopped letting goals in and we got results under difficult circumstances."

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