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Wigan Athletic boss Paul Jewell has dismissed speculation linking him with the managerial vacancy at Blackburn Rovers.
The former Bradford City and Sheffield Wednesday manager is thought to be on the shortlist to replace Graeme Souness at Ewood Park.
Blackburn Rovers caretaker manager Tony Parkes has launched an attack on former boss Graeme Souness.
Parkes, in temporary charge of Rovers for the sixth time, sees a bright future for the club without Souness.
Mark Hughes has admitted he could not pass up the opportunity to take charge of Blackburn Rovers.
Hughes, who has been given a two-year contract with an option in place for an extra season, was speaking on Thursday morning at a press conference after being unveiled as the successor to Graeme Souness at Ewood Park.