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Posh - To Hull and Back?

Amongst all the acrimonious words now being spilled, in the aftermath of the split, certain things lead you to believe that perhaps Darren Ferguson does have an iron in the fire.

Whilst Darren, and we do believe him, has stated that isn`t the case the leading bookmakers, who are rarely wrong about such things, have reduced the odds on Darren Ferguson taking over from beleaguered Phil Brown at Hull City.

Meanwhile, back at London Road, we`re led to believe that Posh have received 200 applications for the, now, vacant position.

It should be an interesting few days ahead of us!


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Writer: PoshPete Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 12 2009

Time: 4:47PM

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We don't want your rejects.
Basel Tiger
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12/11/2009 17:11:00

There is no vacancy at Hull! PB has turned things around before and I would not bet on him to fail this time? He has performed miracles at Hull and is a victim of his own success.
Mikez
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12/11/2009 18:03:00

We already have a manager, thanks, do you boys always believe the rubbish printed daily in the tabloids ? Dear me.
lambrettaman
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12/11/2009 22:01:00

 

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