Ian Holloway has denied of having any contact with Plymouth Argyle over the vacant managerial position at the club, according to the Plymouth Herald.
John Sheridan left the club by mutual consent on Thursday, citing that he wants to relocate back to the north of England, due to family circumstances.
Argyle narrowly missed out on promotion to Sky Bet League One when they were defeated by Wycombe Wanderers in the play-off semi-finals.
Holloway was one of the favourites for the Pilgrims job by the bookies at 4/1 with only Plymouth’s player-coach Paul Wotton at shorter odds at 3/1.
‘Ollie’ has previously been in charge at Home Park, when he left QPR he joined up in 2006 but left for Leicester City in November 2007.
Holloway became a fan’s favourite during his time at Argyle and had a record of 28 wins, 23 draws and 20 losses, leaving him with a 39.44 per cent win ratio.
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