Doncaster Rovers manager: Our poll reveals YOUR choice

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The hunt is on for Doncaster Rovers new manager - and today we reveal who our readers would like to see in the job.

We ran an online poll to find out who is the people’s choice to replace Paul Dickov in the Keepmoat Stadium hotseat after the club sacked Paul Dickov.

In total 272 people logged a vote over 24 hours, and we have now closed the poll.

And our readers first choice is today revealed as former Rovers midfielder Neil Redfearn, who was previously manager at Leeds United. A total of 14.8 per cent said he was their choice.

Second placed was Ian Holloway, the former Blackpool manager who took the Tangerines into the Premier League was second with 13.3 per cent of the vote, and Doncaster-born former England manager Kevin Keegan was your third most popular choice with 11.9 per cent.

Current caretaker boss Rob Jones was backed by 6.3 per cent.

Names not on our list of options which you suggested included: Paul Tisdale (Exeter), Darren Ferguson, Sean O’Driscoll, Dean Saunders, Sam Alladyce, Dean Smith (Walsall). Nigel Pearson, Lee Clark, Nigel Worthington, Paolo DiCanio, Neil Warnock, Paul Lambert, Stuart Gray, Steven Pressley, Russ Wilcox, Scot Gemmill, Brian Deane, Ryan Giggs, Peter Reid, Gary Megson, Justin Edinburgh, Glenn Hoddle, Lee Johnson (ex-Barnsley), and Ian Guy (Tipton Town).

Less likely suggestions were Barry Chuckle, Charlie Williams and Sir Alf Ramsey!

The poll result was:

1. Neil Redfern 14.8%

2. Ian Holloway 13.3%

3. Kevin Keegan 11.9%

4. Nigel Clough 11.1%

5. Rob Jones 6.3%

6. Glynn Snodin 5.9%

7. Brian McDermott 6.7%

8. Steve Evans 0.4%

Other 29.6%

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