Paul Dickov says he will give the players who earned Doncaster Rovers promotion the chance to build on that in the Championship after the Scot edged out Michael Appleton in the race for the Keepmoat job.
MICHAEL APPLETON is favourite to be named as the new manager of Doncaster Rovers this afternoon.
PAUL DICKOV and Michael Appleton will be interviewed for the vacant manager’s post at Doncaster Rovers today.
DONCASTER ROVERS will interview four candidates for the vacant Keepmoat Stadium post – with bookies’ favourites Paul Dickov understood to be one of those who will be spoken to.
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Doncaster Rovers chairman John Ryan is refusing to rule out the prospect of Dean Saunders making an astonishing return to the Keepmoat Stadium – just four months after his departure to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
DONCASTER ROVERS chairman John Ryan hopes to have Brian Flynn’s replacement as manager in place within “a couple of weeks”.
Doncaster Rovers are searching for a new manager after Brian Flynn - the man who led them to the League One title - moved upstairs.
LEAGUE ONE: Doncaster Rovers are set to make an announcement over the future of Brian Flynn today, with speculation mounting that he may not be offered the long-term managerial post.
DONCASTER ROVERS chairman John Ryan has confirmed that Brian Flynn’s future will be at the top of the agenda when the club’s board meets today, but says it is unlikely that an immediate decision will be made.
GOAL hero James Coppinger insists Doncaster Rovers’ last-gasp exploits at Griffin Park eclipsed their magical Wembley play-off triumph against Leeds United almost five years ago, writes Leon Wobschall.
Fans of Doncaster Rovers and Rotherham United jubilantly celebrated their club’s promotions on a dramatic and momentous day for South Yorkshire football.
BEFORE Saturday’s colossal encounter, Brian Flynn spoke about Doncaster Rovers having a ‘90-minute season’.
AN unbelievable late finale encompassing sixty bewildering seconds saw Doncaster Rovers go from likely participation in the play-offs to League One champions on a crazy afternoon at Griffin Park.
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Steve Evans may be confident that Rotherham United will today book their place in League One but he has also urged Bradford City not to undermine the integrity of the promotion race by fielding a weakened team at Cheltenham.
If Brian Flynn wakes up tomorrow morning and finds himself out of a job, then today will have gone exactly to plan.
Often in sport, it is the character of a professional that matters most, rather than talent, writes Nick Westby.
Dean Saunders may be fighting fires at Wolverhampton Wanderers these days, but at his old club Doncaster Rovers yesterday, the platitudes were plentiful for the groundwork he laid in South Yorkshire.
Plenty is at stake for the five Yorkshire clubs at both ends of the table on the final day of the League One and Two seasons. Leon Wobschall speaks to the fans involved.
FORMER Doncaster Rovers striker Mark McCammon may be surrounded by thousands of Brentford supporters in Saturday’s huge League One promotion decider – but is backing his old club to be smiling come 5pm.
Chris Brown is adamant Doncaster Rovers will be playing in the Championship next season after their season was reduced to a 90-minute shoot-out at promotion rivals Brentford.
South Yorkshire duo Doncaster Rovers and Rotherham United will enter the final day of the season needing just a solitary point to clinch promotion.
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