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Twenty years ago, Glenn Roeder was assistant manager of Burnley Football Club as we battled against relegation to the basement division and, twenty years on, he’s been sacked today by Stevenage.

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Stevenage have won just once in eight games and have dropped to 16th in League Two. This morning, they confirmed that manager Darren Sarll (pictured above with Roeder) had been relieved of his duties and that Roeder, who was the managerial advisor, would also be leaving the club.

The 62-year-old Roeder, who made over 560 league appearances in his playing career, left Turf Moor with Chris Waddle at the end of that 1997/98 season and he went on to work at a number of clubs including time as manager at West Ham, Newcastle and Norwich. In the last three years he’s worked for both Sheffield Wednesday and then Stevenage as a managerial advisor.

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