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Huge HolloWatch - oh yeah!

103895100_19 We are not easily excited here at Pies... OK so we are a bunch of over-exciteable football fanatics who take great pleasure in doing battle with Mark Lawrenson every week (without his knowledge), still collect football stickers (despite being far too old to be taking part in such activities) and need a sit down and a cup of tea at the thought of our lovely readers voting for us in the Brit Blog Awards.

But if there is one thing that is absolutely guaranteed to get us animated it's a BIG, FAT INTERVIEW WITH IAN HOLLOWAY!!! Read on HolloFans.

Huge HolloWatch - oh yeah! continued

The Plymouth boss was the subject of The Big Interview in yesterday's Sunday Times, which equals 3,484 of Holloway magic. It's lacking on his usual bizarre metaphors and post-match ramblings, but you can't help but like the guy. The whole article is well worth a read, but I'll leave you with his most HolloWatch worthy quote:

"I’m getting plaudits for being a comedian - I’m not a comedian, I’m a football manager and I want to manage at the highest level. I took a while to get there as a player and I’ll take a while to get there as a manager, but I’m going to get there . . . But I don’t think my accent helps."

Click here for the full interview. [Rob Parker]

March 5, 2007 in HolloWatch | Permalink


How great would it be if Ian Holloway was the England manager, just think no more boring Maclaren with old cliches.

Posted by: Josh | Mar 5, 2007 5:09:36 PM

And he's a decent manager unlike Steve. Or am i alone thinking that? I mean, if he had the resources i'm sure he'd do alright. He's done alright with Plymouth and they are on a pretty tight bdget down there.

Posted by: Col | Mar 6, 2007 6:39:09 PM

ur definately right there

Posted by: Josh | Mar 7, 2007 3:57:15 PM

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