In an interview on TalkSport with Jim White today, Ian Holloway says he would talk with Blues if they approached him to take the vacant job at St Andrews.
The 56-year-old, who’s been out of a job since
May 2018 where he managed QPR, says he’s “always loved Birmingham City” and goes on to say “I’ve always had a good rapport with their crowd.
Understandably Holloway finds the sacking of Monk very bizarre, but doesn’t rule out the possibility of becoming manager by affirming “Yep.” when asked if he’d take the job (below).
“I’ve always loved Birmingham City.”— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) June 20, 2019
“I’ve always had a good rapport with their crowd. Monk had a great season.”
Ian Holloway tells @JimWhite he would be interested in taking the #BCFC job. pic.twitter.com/cQNOIOXsC5
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