Date: 26th April 2012 at 4:48pm
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Although admitting that since being appointed interim coach, Roberto Di Matteo had turned things around and done a marvelous job, Ron Gourlay was in no mood to give any clues away as to whether Robbie will get the job on a permanent basis.

Instead Ron simply hedged his bets commenting on television last night,

“We`ll take it one game at a time and see where we are. That`s best for everyone. We`ve a number of big games before the Champions League Final.”

This morning the tabloid press are insinuating that Robbie, on the back of his fine work, has elevated himself to third on the wanted list, with only Pep Guardiloa and Jochim Louew ahead of him.

But, on the back of what he has achieved, there is growing for Robbie to be given a chance at taking the club forward. Already the likes of Gianfranco Zola, Avram Grant and a host of football celebrities are demanding to know what more Robbie has to do to be given the job on a permanent basis.

But if you want to see an impassioned plea for Robbie to be given the job track down an interview with his fellow Italian, Paulo Di Canio, on YouTube, it is well worth viewing.

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