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Laws Linked With Notts County

Former Wednesday boss Brian Laws has today been linked with the manager's job at League 2 big-spenders Notts County, according to tabloid reports.

Laws, who was sacked as Owls boss earlier this month following a string of bad results, is on a shortlist for the role with former Leicester City and Hull boss Peter Taylor according to the Daily Mirror.

And he could well be the preferred choice, having vast experience at League 1 and 2 level, which included helping Scunthorpe United to promotion during his spell with the Iron.

County currently sit sixth in League 2 and the pressure will be on any new boss at the club to achieve promotion this season, whether it be via the play-offs or automatically.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 23 2009

Time: 9:39AM

Your Comments

Good luck to him if he gets the job. At least he'll have some money to spend there!!!
Hickyowl1977
really really hope he gets it and then he can buy clarke, purse, and the other crap that landed at hillsborough
stealthyowl
here here
HorburyOwl
Good luck to him bet he will do great job
bodsy owl
Agree with every word everyone of you has printed.
robc
Good luck I hope you get it Brian. I just hope that then Wednesday do not get drawn against Notts Co in the 4th round of the F.A. Cup.............Cos you know what will happen.
Handsworth Owl
not really bothered which job he gets aslong as he gets one so he can come back to hillsborough to take the rubbish he brought here off our hands!!!
supersibon
 

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