THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

16 November ~ Blackpool manager Ian Holloway is facing charges from the Premier League for supposedly fielding a weakened team at Aston Villa last week (even though they were unlucky to lose). Thanks to their wealthy owners, Queen's Park Rangers are in the Championship promotion places. Seven years ago Holloway was manager of QPR as the club struggled financially following relegation from the Premier League. Barney Ronay interviewed him in WSC 193 (March 2003). Read the interview 

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