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Roy Keane couldn’t wait to criticise Liverpool and ‘magnificent’ Jurgen Klopp, says Ian Holloway

Roy Keane “couldn’t wait” to criticise Liverpool after their draw with Manchester United at Anfield earlier this month, according to Ian Holloway.Holloway was discussing the pressure put on Premier League mangers by the media and in particular watching pundits. “I take my hat off to all of them [Premier League managers] because I understand the pressure of how you might feel because of the media – the media cause a lot of this,” Holloway told The Sun.  "There's no fans but they're on at you all the time at that level. There's also a part of learning how to deal...
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Watch: Ian Holloway goes mental after he hits top bins on Soccer AM

Charismatic former professional footballer and manager, Ian Holloway, was a guest on this week’s Soccer AM show. Holloway recently resigned from the Grimsby Town manager’s job as he didn’t support the takeover that was happening at the club. Currently unemployed, he showed no signs of misery as he produced a...
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Paul Hurst: Grimsby re-appoint former manager as Ian Holloway replacement

Grimsby Town have re-appointed Paul Hurst as manager on a two-and-a-half-year deal. Hurst previously spent five and a half years in charge of the Mariners between March 2011 and October 2016. The former Shrewsbury, Ipswich and Scunthorpe boss replaces Ian Holloway, who resigned on 23 December. The Mariners are three...
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Grimsby re-appoint Paul Hurst to replace Ian Holloway as manager

Grimsby have announced the return of Paul Hurst as their new manager on a three-year deal. The 46-year-old, along with long-time assistant Chris Doig, has signed a deal to replace Ian Holloway at the Mariners until June 2023. Hurst guided Grimsby back to the English Football League in 2016 during...
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Grimsby takeover appears off on same day Ian Holloway resigns as manager

Grimsby’s prospective takeover appears to have collapsed on a turbulent day which also saw manager Ian Holloway resign. Tuesday’s defeat to Bradford left Town 20th in League Two but Holloway blamed his resignation on the “inappropriate” actions of the club’s prospective new owners, led by Tom Shutes, stating they contacted him directly on several occasions.
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Ian Holloway resigns as Grimsby manager amid boardroom upheaval

Ian Holloway has announced his resignation as the Grimsby Town manager after just under a year in charge of the League Two club. Holloway’s departure comes in the wake of his side’s 2-1 home defeat against Bradford on Tuesday, which left the Mariners in 20th place in the table. Holloway...
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Ian Holloway announces Grimsby resignation on Twitter

Ian Holloway has taken to Twitter to resign as Grimsby manager with immediate effect. After a 2-1 defeat to Bradford on Tuesday, Holloway has decided his future is away from the Mariners and leaves the club in 20th place in League Two. Holloway has not gone quietly though, describing the...
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Ian Holloway resigns as Grimsby manager ahead of prospective takeover

Ian Holloway has announced his resignation as Grimsby manager with immediate effect. Holloway’s departure comes in the wake of his side’s 2-1 defeat to Bradford on Tuesday, which left the Mariners in 20th place in League Two. Holloway blamed the “inappropriate” actions of the club’s prospective new owners as the...
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Ian Holloway resigns as Grimsby manager after 12 months in charge

Ian Holloway has resigned as manager of League Two club Grimsby after a year in charge, the fall out has appeared to put the club's takeover in doubt. The 57-year-old made the announcement on his Twitter feed, citing his "strained" relationship with the possible new owners at Blundell Park as the reason for his decision.
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Ian Holloway hits out at Grimsby owners and potential investors

Grimsby manager Ian Holloway is prepared to face the sack after speaking out against the club’s handling of proposed takeovers. Holloway was part of the Mariners board who voted against businessman Alex May – who has spent time in prison for fraud – acquiring shares in the League Two club earlier this week.