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John Hollins Looking For Return

Former Swans boss John Hollins has applied for the vacant manager's job at Swansea, while the BBC are reporting that Mark McGhee is also a candidate.

Hollins' last job was with Conference side Crawley which he left in October last year.

Hollins told BBC SPORT: 'I'm very interested. I've spoke to most of the people who are involved and that's all you can do,'

McGhee meanwhile has managed Leicester in the Premiership. His 3-year spell at Brighton ended in September and he's looking for a fresh challenge.

Dean Saunders and Mickey Adams are also names being suggested as other possible candidates.




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Date:Saturday February 17 2007

Time: 12:40PM

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is he real long balls all the time i wudn be botherd to cum nd watch swans fans want to see good passing football
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