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Rodger said: ``This is a chance for Iffy to be a bit further up the pecking order than he is here.
OLD SCHOOL': Iffy said Ron was not racist after remarks about Marcel Desailly DEBATE: Iffy Onuora when he was boss of Walsall.
Iffy joined Town after captaining British Universities, while Jon actually combined football and studying for quite a while.
Iffy produced easily his best performance when winning the feature hurdle and is obviously on the upgrade
A statement by the Robins board said: "Even though Iffy has some great qualities, the board felt the opportunity to appoint some one of the caliber of Dennis Wise was too great.
Iffy is a Scouser by upbringing, a well travelled football man who was thrust into his first management role a month into the new season.
SWINDON manager Iffy Onuora last night denied reports Ron Atkinson is to help him run the English League One club.
Stephen Hunt stepped up to convert the penalty, but Grimsby hit back on the stroke of half-time - Iffy Onuora heading home Iain Anderson's cross.
Even you are iffy about sharing sacred stuff with her.
rock station asked Tom Merkl and his cohorts in the band Iffy to play their soulful hard-edged pop at a, promotional But the station didn't mention the amateur boxing match, the wet T-shirt contest, or me "P.
It's always pretty iffy to measure the length of a snake," Nagy notes.
It's true; using banner ads, a search engine submission placement service, or other online vehicle is iffy at best -- and your site may or may not be seen.
Diary of an instant hit, starring former Universities striker and rookie professional Iffy Onuora.
It restored our faith in the show after Matt Smith's iffy introduction and subsequent hit and miss episodes.
Acting-manager Iffy Onuora said:"Their keeper made a mistake but all you can do is hit the target and that's whatGary did.
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