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To be or not to be for Shakespeare?

As the great William Shakespeare once wrote, to be or not to be that is the question? The answer would appear to be yes as far as his namesake Craig Shakespeare is concerned as far as linking up with Leicester is concerned.

Nigel Pearson had apparently requested permission to talk to the West Brom man about a move to the Walkers to become his no.2, and this has been granted so it looks as though the man who has filled a variety of roles at the Hawthorns over the past 9-years could become Pearson's right-hand man?

Pearson and Shakespeare were once teammates at Sheffield Wednesday, and also worked on the same coaching team when the worked together at West Brom under Bryan Robson.

If he takes the position, as seems likely, he should to be installed sometime this week.

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Writer: Filbert Fox Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 25 2008

Time: 8:24AM

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I am sure he will want a familiar face and someone he can trust with him to turn around the fortunes at your club.
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