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Grant McCann hopes big last-day win is sign of things to come

Peterborough manager Grant McCann is hoping his side’s thumping final-day victory over Blackpool is a sign of better times ahead after an otherwise disappointing season. The Posh’s relegation had long been confirmed before the under-strength Seasiders were put to the sword at London Road, as they suffered their worst defeat since a 7-2 hammering at Watford in January 2015.
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Frustration for Grant McCann as Peterborough ‘gift’ win to Hull

Grant McCann could not hide his disappointment following a losing return to the Peterborough hot seat at the hands of his previous club Hull. The Northern Irishman’s second spell as Posh boss began with a drop to the bottom of the Championship table following a comprehensive defeat to a side he had steered away from relegation trouble before being sacked last month.

Hull ease to win over former boss Grant McCann and Peterborough

Grant McCann suffered a miserable start to his second reign as Peterborough manager with a 3-0 drubbing at the hands of Hull – the club who sacked him a month ago. McCann was axed following the Tigers’ takeover by Acun Ilicali and saw his former side leave in possession of three points after Keane Lewis-Potter’s double.

Peterborough turn to Grant McCann for a second time

Grant McCann has returned to Peterborough for a second spell as manager after signing a two-and-a-half-year contract. The 41-year-old Northern Irishman replaces Darren Ferguson, who resigned on Sunday with Posh deep in Sky Bet Championship relegation trouble.