Sturrock rules himself out of running
Swindon boss Paul Sturrock says he is not on City's wish-list, saying he is committed to the League One outfit.“I would imagine I am on a very long list,” he said.
Swindon boss Paul Sturrock says he is not on City's wish-list, saying he is committed to the League One outfit.
“I would imagine I am on a very long list,” he said. “It is nice to be thought of, but it is not an issue.
“I am a professional man and on a contract. I've got a plan and I want to do something with Swindon and that has not changed. But if Inter Milan come in for me, I will be off.”
The 51-year-old Scot, who was also linked with the Leicester job after Martin Allen was sacked, has seen one Swindon takeover, from Portuguese consortium BEST Holdings, collapse last week. Negotiations are being held with another investor, but with the club losing an estimated £100,000 a week, supporters are becoming restless.
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Speculation has also linked Southend manager Steve Tilson with a move to Carrow Road, but the Shrimpers confirmed yesterday that no official approach has been received from Carrow Road.
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