Holloway speaks out to condemn 'anti-vaxxers'
The Herald|January 14, 2022
EX-ARGYLE MANAGER BELIEVES IN JABS
TRISTAN CORK

FORMER Plymouth Argyle manager Ian Holloway is urging people to get jabbed and has hit back at anti-vaccine campaigners.

Holloway, who was in charge at Home Park in 2006 and 2007 before quitting to join Leicester City, touched on a number of topics in an interview with GB News, and said he was unsure whether football should have continued during the pandemic.

The Bristol-born manager was asked for his thoughts on Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic, who has hit headlines after going to play in Australia despite refusing to have the vaccine.

Holloway said he always made sure his players 'had to do what I told them, and that would include getting the vaccine, if he was still in management.

Holloway said it was a 'very difficult subject, but he was resolute in his support for vaccinations.

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