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Ian Holloway

Born in Kingswood in Gloucestershire in 1963, Ian Holloway has been involved in professional football for four decades. In a long playing career ‘Ollie’ racked up 675 appearances across three separate stints at Bristol Rovers and spells at Wimbledon, Brentford, Torquay United (on loan) and QPR. His managerial career spans 24 years, eight clubs and just shy of a thousand games in charge. He has taken the helm at Bristol Rovers, QPR (twice), Plymouth Argyle, Leicester City, Blackpool, Crystal Palace, Millwall and Grimsby Town. He got QPR promoted from Division Two in 2003-04, then achieved promotion to the Premier League with both Blackpool (2009-10) and Crystal Palace (2012-13). He is married to Kim, has four children and lives near Bath.
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