John Sheridan set to take over at Plymouth Argyle
JOHN SHERIDAN is set to be unveiled as Plymouth Argyle's new manager on Monday, writes Chris Errington.
The 48-year-old former Oldham Athletic and Chesterfield boss impressed in an interview with club officials today.
Argyle have moved switfly to find a successor to Carl Fletcher, who was sacked by the struggling League Two club on New Year's Day.
Sheridan was the manager of Oldham from 2006 to 2009, leading them to the League One play-off semi-finals in 2007.
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He was appointed as Chesterfield boss in the summer of 2009 and they were crowned as League Two champions in 2010/11.
Sheridan was capped 34 times by the Republic of Ireland during his playing career as a midfielder.
He was relieved of his duties at Chesterfield at the end of August after the Spireites picked up only two points from their first three league games.