"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety - Benjamin Franklin
Remember not only to say the right thing in the right place, but far more difficult still, to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment - Benjamin Franklin
After Rovers defeat away to Barnsley, in a move that saw many fans asking if he'd been drinking the same Kool-aid as convicted drink driver and not-a-dog owner Steve Kean, Coyle claimed "[a] group of fans have got their own agendas".
However, we can now reveal that he was correct as the Agenda for todays game at Huddersfield has been circulated. (all credit to @ianherbert on twitter)
Respected local journalist Paul Wheelock interrupted his holiday to announce on twitter that he believes the Scottish ex-Burnley manager Owen Coyle will be unveiled as Rover's new manager tomorrow.
If true, it's unlikely to win much favour with the Rover's fans, who have taken to social media is huge number recently to voice their dissatisfaction with the Rovers' owners, which has led to #VenkysOut being one of the top 20 UK trending topics on twitter for over 24hrs.
The LT, among other sources, is reporting that Rovers have interviewed Man Utd U21 boss Warren Joyce for the vacant manager's job at Rovers.
However, with the club reporting less than a week ago that Mike Cheston, FD and currently believed to be in charge of the day to day running of the club, is currently on holiday and with the back room staff currently seeming as depleted as the playing staff, it begs the question, WHO has is left around to interview him?
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