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Paul Jewell Press Conference (AUDIO)


Derby County have moved quickly to replace departed manager Billy Davies. Former Wigan and Bradford boss and relegation escape expert Paul Jewell was named as the new man at Pride Park.

Jewell admits he's facing one of his biggest challenges in keeping the Rams up, but believes it's more than possible as they sit 4 points adrift of safety and now fully recovered from last year's pressure says he's refreshed for the challenge ahead.

Audio Length: 8 Min 30 Sec

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 28 2007

Time: 10:42AM

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he's not lying is he, if he can pull off an escape with derby - with all due respect - it will be some achievment wont it...
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