Doncaster chairman John Ryan is looking for a new manager to finish the job Dean Saunders started and get Rovers promoted to the npower Championship.
Saunders left Doncaster on Monday after almost 16 months in charge to take over at Wolves, who sacked Stale Solbakken following their FA Cup third-round defeat at non-league Luton. Interest in replacing the Welshman at the Keepmoat Stadium has been high, with Ryan impressed by the calibre of applicant the south Yorkshire club are attracting.
And Ryan is confident he will be able to find the man with the right attributes to carry on the work done by Saunders, who leaves Doncaster joint-top of League One. "Dean's achievements here have been incredible when you look at the situation when he arrived and where we are now," Ryan told Press Association Sport.
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