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Boskamp to go whatever?

Boskamp to go whatever?

Stoke Manager, Johan Boskamp seems to be on the verge of walking out of the Britannia at the end of the month whatever the outcome of the takeover talks that are still ongoing.

He revealed today that he had already turned down two job offers but 'would not turn down another' in the strongest hint that either the board give him the two year contract he has asked for or he walks at the end of the season.

Potters' Chairman, Gunnar Gislason had asked Boskamp to wait until the end of takeover talks between the Icelandic majority shareholders and fellow director, Peter Coates but it seems that Boskamp has had enough and will leave whatever the outcome.

Boskamp was distinctly absent from the traditional end of season lap of honour by the players after yet another disappointing home defeat, this time losing 1-0 to Coventry City.


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Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Saturday April 22 2006
Time: 11:29PM

Comments

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Blimey !! I thought we had plenty of fun and games at Fratton park, but your catching us quickly,lol.
FEn_100
23/04/2006 06:07:00
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Well, will he or wont he? Do you want him or not? Who's gonna own the club next year? Who needs the world cup in the summer? It's gonna be an interesting ole summer round your way innit?
FEn_100
23/04/2006 22:46:00
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boskamp certainly has his own style of dealing with the teams affairs!
vertigo_red
25/04/2006 12:32:00
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He did ok while he was here, but he certainly spoke his mind and is stubborn. He can't stay now, so the sooner he goes the better.
stokeitup
25/04/2006 18:08:00
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I see, gone past the point of no return has he?
FEn_100
26/04/2006 10:12:00
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