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Megsons Going Nowhere

Leicester Chairman Milan Mandaric has turned down an approach from Bolton to speak to Gary Megson.

Bolton parted company with Sammy Lee just a few days ago and have perhaps surprisingly turned to Gary Megson as they look to bring in a new manager.

Milan is having none of it however telling the BBC.

'Gary made a commitment to this club, the supporters and myself and I fully expect him to honour that commitment.'

He added: 'I therefore have no doubts in my own mind that Gary will reiterate his commitment when he talks publicly in the next 48 hours.


It seems strange that Bolton would come after Megson so soon after becoming Leicester manager.

Bolton have also asked to speak to Birmingham's Steve Bruce, who is currently unsettled by takeover activity at the club.




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Date:Friday October 19 2007

Time: 2:29PM

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Hard to believe he is wanted by Bolton! They are going down!
Matt_Us
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19/10/2007 18:48:00

Maybe it's Mandaric trying to get fans behind Megson...
Geheee
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20/10/2007 10:49:00

Got to be given time at Leicester surely? Surprised Bolton would want him mind you and wtf would they want bruce for, he is useless!?
The Fear
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22/10/2007 09:22:00

Do Bolton want Megson - and if they do he won't say no - because he works for free???
Matt_Us
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23/10/2007 22:39:00

 

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