Talk:Ian Holloway

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Wikiquote[edit]

Ian Holloway is not a prison at Blackpool. If he would want to, he could resign. Like he promised. He didn't. instead he used half-a***d trick to get out of his own promise, a threat.

Now, all this is documented in the press, why do you feel the need to cencorship him or his actions? Shouldn't a mediapersonality of this size, and man with his responsibilities, be more transparent and not be protected by his football club fans? This is cencorship. This is propaganda.

What is the integrity of wikipedia? Take off your orange classes, when writing history. BBC: I'll quit if I'm fined - Blackpool boss Ian Holloway — Preceding unsigned comment added by 212.149.211.61 (talk) 03:35, 17 February 2012 (UTC)


Considering the amount of hilarious quotes 'Olly' has made, I think it would be worth doing a wikiquote page on him.—Preceding unsigned comment added by 82.44.74.17 (talkcontribs)

Good idea, and his regular column on the BBC football website would be a good source of quotes. --87.127.18.198 (talk) 19:55, 4 May 2008 (UTC)