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Peter Taylor and Martin Allen both had 11 games as Gillingham boss this season but who has done better?

25 December 2013
by Luke Cawdell

Martin Allen was replaced by Peter Taylor in October

Martin Allen was replaced as Gillingham manager by Peter Taylor in October

Paul Scally’s decision to sack Martin Allen was a controversial one but is it looking like a wise one?

Allen’s replacement Peter Taylor has now been at the helm for 11 league games – the same number that his predecessor had.

KM Group reporter Luke Cawdell compares the two men head to head in the latest Gills blog.

Click here to read the blog and add your opinion.

Do you think Peter Taylor will lead Gills to safety?



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