Date:Wednesday October 4 2006
Former England striker Les Ferdinand wants the chance to do well in his first managerial post.
Speaking ahead of his interview for the position at AFC Bournemouth, the prolific striker spoke of his desire to find the right job for him.
Speaking to the Voice of Sport Ferdinand said...
'...looking at the club (Bournemouth) from the outside it looks like something I would definitely be interested in but we'll have to see what happens after I meet them.'
'It's important that the club has ambition and that they want the same things that I do.
There's no point in going somewhere that isn't going to give you a chance.
'In football it's important that you take the right job, especially one that will give you a chance to do well. It's hard to get a job in football but even harder if people have perceived that you have messed up your first job.'
Below are links to all the stories that have involved people linked to the position by the media...
Dave Penney (linked by the BBC) - click here
David Hodgson (linked by the Sky Sports News) - click here, Hodgson was then suspended as Darlington manager (click here) and then two days later he was sacked as Darlington manager (click here)
Andy Hessenthaler (linked by the BBC) - click here
Steve Bleasdale (linked by the Daily Echo) - click here
Rob Lee (linked by the Daily Echo) - click here
Les Ferdinand (linked by the Daily Echo) - click here
Graham Rix (Admitted interest to the Daily Echo)- click here, the media then speculated that he had already been offered the job, Abdul Jaffer denied this was the case (click here)
Phil Brown (linked by the Daily Echo) - click here
Garry Hill (Tells Sky Sports he is staying at Weymouth)- click here
Stuart Murdoch (Admitted interest to the Daily Echo)- click here
Joe Roach (Admitted interest to the BBC)- click here and then turned down the offer for an interview (click here)
Marcus Browning (Admitted interest to afcb.co.uk)- click here
Steve Fletcher (Ruled himself out to the BBC) - click here
Iffy Onuora (Admitted interest to Swindon Advertiser) - click here
Peter Grant (linked by the Daily Echo) - click here
Jamie Redknapp (linked by the News of the World)- click here and then ruled himself out to the Daily Echo here
Date:Wednesday October 4 2006
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