Fleetwood Town boss Uwe Rosler laughed off rumours linking him to the vacant managerial role at Championship club Sunderland. The Black Cats parted ways with Simon Grayson last month and sit bottom of the division. But as Rosler prepares for Town’s home League One clash with Doncaster Rovers he revealed he was none the wiser about the speculation before the Gazette put the question to him. The German, who has just celebrated his 49th birthday, said: “I have not heard anything.
Fleetwood will be missing three key men for Saturday's clash with Doncaster but head coach Uwe Rosler has urged his young players to use those blows to their advantage and seize their chance. Fleetwood will be missing three key men for Saturday's clash with Doncaster but head coach Uwe Rosler has urged his young players to use those blows to their advantage and seize their chance.
Fleetwood midfielder Kyle Dempsey says it is too early to say whether it will be a two-horse race for automatic promotion from League One. Leaders Shrewsbury, the season’s surprise package, and second-placed Wigan have a cushion of seven and six points respectively over Charlton and Bradford in third and fourth. Town have played one more game than the leading duo and are currently ninth, 11 points behind Wigan going into tomorrow’s home clash with Doncaster.
When asked about rumours linking him to the vacant Sunderland managerial role Fleetwood boss Uwe Rosler said: "I have not heard anything. You are the first person to let me know."
When told he was 16/1 with William Hill he added: "It is not very good 16/1 - that tells it all!"
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