Paul Holleran is unveiled as Leamington manager alongside Lee Williams, chairman Jim Scott and Richard Beale.

PHOTO GALLERY: 500-up for Paul Holleran at Leamington

'I viewed it as an impossible job'

Ten years have passed since Paul Holleran first walked through the door at the New Windmill. The first permanent manager since Jason Cadden, few could imagine he would still be in charge 500 games later, least of all him. Ahead of his 500th game in charge, against Brackley tomorrow evening, Holleran takes a look back on an eventful decade at the helm of Brakes.

"It has to be Courtney Baker-Richardson's against Hitchin. Having looked dead and buried, the goal he scored in front of over 2,000 people with so much at stake and the fact that it was a great goal, it has to be that one."

5. Best Goal

"It has to be Courtney Baker-Richardson's against Hitchin. Having looked dead and buried, the goal he scored in front of over 2,000 people with so much at stake and the fact that it was a great goal, it has to be that one."
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"Robbie Dale at Blyth is the player who has caused us the most problems. He's a constant threat and has always made it difficult for the full-back. He's scored some good goals against us."

6. Best Player Played Against

"Robbie Dale at Blyth is the player who has caused us the most problems. He's a constant threat and has always made it difficult for the full-back. He's scored some good goals against us."
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"Danny Newton stands out. He had a couple of colossal seasons.. He was so wholehearted. He had the heart of an aeroplane. He would give you everything every week."

7. Best Player Played For

"Danny Newton stands out. He had a couple of colossal seasons.. He was so wholehearted. He had the heart of an aeroplane. He would give you everything every week."
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