Date: 24th October 2007 at 10:09am
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Addicks assistant manager Phil Parkinson is a wanted man.

It is understood that Addicks assistant manager Phil Parkinson could be wanted as the new manager of Norwich, with him being on a shortlist of wanted men. It is also thought that he has indeed been interviewed for the vacant post, but Tony Pulis and Martin Allen are also in the frame.

The Canaries are looking for a new manager after parting company with Peter Grant, and with Phil Parkinson highly rated, and likely to want to get back into management in his own right again sooner rather than later this could prove the challenge he is looking for?

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7 Replies to “Canaries Interested in Parkinson?”

  • It would be a huge shame to lose him, but the club wouldn’t want to stand in his way should he wish to accept this challenge.

  • Good luck to him whatever he does 🙂 Yeah he’d be good at number one – just not here and now :p Somewhere else and now – yeah 🙂

  • I tend to agree that he should be a manager in his own right again, so when this chance comes up he will be allowed to leave.

  • i dont want to lose him, but he is his own man, good luck to phil with whatever he does, his blogs preseason on the official site were great, gave us a good insight to what was going on..good luck phil…can i have your charlton kit if you leave?

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