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Hart in the running for another job

Paul Hart 'seems' to be turning into a serial job applier, or at least someone that is being 'linked' with plenty of jobs these days...

Most recently he was fancied to get The Scummers job, although this did not happen.

A move up to Scotland 'could' be his next move as he is among the favourites for the vacant Hibs job, with it one that he says 'really interests' him.

Hart is one of footballs 'nice guys', although history often shows that nice guys do not always make good managers and whilst I would wish him well wherever he ends up, I always do, I am not convinced that he is a good manager, harsh but true.

He seems to be better off, for me, as a coach and in particular with the youngsters...


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    Writer: pompeyrug Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

    Date:Thursday October 7 2010

    Time: 3:34PM

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    Hibs is a nice club as well
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    07/10/2010 15:56:00

    Good luck to him!!
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    07/10/2010 16:22:00

    It's difficult to say how good of a manager he is since he seems to end up managing teams that are already on their way down. Definitely a good fella though and wish him well.
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    07/10/2010 16:41:00

    my Scottish side...just like my dog Rebus' namesake detective
    plymouth graham
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    07/10/2010 17:28:00

    Bit early in the season for Paul to get a job, thought it had to be a club in danger of relegation before they turn to him.
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    08/10/2010 08:59:00


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