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New Stoke manager wants County’s Paul Hart

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So it appears that Paul Hart May be in demand as new Stoke City boss Nathan Jones wants Notts County technical director Paul Hart. 

The new Stoke manger formally of Luton has said he’s putting together his back room team and wants Paul Hart to be apart of that. 

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3 hours ago, cheeky~k8 said:

Well someone wants him.

This sounds like we don't and to be fair, he's not at fault for the issues but it could allow us to trim some of the money.

Demand a little compo and use it to sign the odd player.

With outgoings we really could be stronger.

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let him go.

he does not seem to be doing all that much here, if we aim to get him involved with the youth setup then his role might need changing but i think neal ardley can do some of the work and the rest of the board can do other things. he would not be a major loss for me.

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This could be a good idea to trim the wage bill .. but not knowing what Paul exactly he does.. other than his job title we don’t know what in his role intales. 

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I have no issue with Paul Hart. Perhaps we all knew what was going to happen this year and PH was brought in to re-build the football at this club. He did well at Luton with Jones so I can see why he would be tempted from a move away from the club.

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