Doncaster Rovers chairman John Ryan says former Leeds United boss Neil Warnock will not be coming to the Keepmoat.
Warnock, who was sacked by Leeds recently, is amongst the favourites for the vacant manager`s job but Ryan says he will not be the new Rovers manager as it is too far away from his south west home. “Neil is a good friend of mine and if Doncaster was located near Plymouth he might have taken the job,” Ryan told Sky Sports News.
Ryan did admit they would be interested in former England defender Terry Butcher, who is currently in charge of Scottish Premier League side Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Thistle are enjoying a good season in the SPL and are currently third in the division. When asked about the rumours linking Butcher with a move to the Keepmoat, Ryan did not dismiss the idea, “Terry Butcher is certainly someone we will be interested in.”
Former Oldham Athletic boss Paul Dickov is the current favourite for the vacant position. Dickov departed Oldham Athletic in February after nearly three seasons at Boundary Park. He left the club just one week after their famous FA Cup win over Premier League Liverpool.
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