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@Stan, is this ok?  O.o  :D

 

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Gary Rowett: Millwall appoint former Birmingham, Derby & Stoke boss as new manager

Championship club Millwall have named Gary Rowett as their new manager.

The 45-year-old former Burton Albion, Birmingham City, Derby County and Stoke City boss succeeds Neil Harris, who resigned on 3 October.

He will keep on Adam Barrett - who had been caretaker boss - as the t-team coach, while Callum Davidson and Joe Carnall, who worked with him at Stoke, again form part of his backroom team.

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2 minutes ago, Stan said:

No. 

Where does it belong then, I am now lost, I will leave it up to you. :|

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2 minutes ago, CaaC (John) said:

Where does it belong then, I am now lost, I will leave it up to you. :|

I'm joking xD

 

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8 hours ago, Smiley Culture said:

Gary Rowett is the Championship version of Alan Pardew, just less of a slimy tosser. 

He did a good enough job at Burton to get the Birmingham job, he did a good enough job at Birmingham to get the Derby job, he did a good enough job at Derby to get the Stoke job.

I see this as a good appointment for a club like Milwall who are restricted financially against the majority of the division. Hes not going to get a bigger job for some time given how it ended at Stoke and hes shown at Birmingham his he can improve a club gradually that are in a similar position to Milwall. He should be a safe pair of hands for a while.

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9 hours ago, Smiley Culture said:

Gary Rowett is the Championship version of Alan Pardew, just less of a slimy tosser. 

I don’t think we can write him off on stoke alone, there’s evidently problems there. 

I thought he was good at Birmingham and Derby 

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