The future of Bristol Rovers boss Darrel Clarke is finally clear today as the club announce he has signed another three year deal.
Amid speculation he could leave the team, following an approach by Leeds United, the freshly-signed contract makes Clarke the highest paid manager in the club's history.
The manager - who has been at the helm since March 2014 and guided Rovers back into the Football League in 2015, before the club were promoted once again, this season.
Darrell believes that the ambitions of Bristol Rovers match his own and is looking forward to the challenge of preparing the club for life back in Sky Bet League One for the 2016/17 campaign.
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Bristol Rovers have secured promotion in the final game of the season after beating Dagenham and Redbridge.
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In football, it was a night of mixed emotions for Bristol's two clubs.
In the Championship, City suffered their second straight defeat after conceding a late goal at Wolves. But it's 3 wins in a row for the Rovers in League Two after beating Wimbledon 3-1.
Jermaine Easter, Ollie Clarke and Matty Taylor were on-target at the Memorial Stadium.
Swindon Town have made it four wins out of four after beating to Doncaster 2-0 at the County Ground.
Matty Taylor hit a hat-trick as Bristol Rovers thrashed Hartlepool 4-1 at the Memorial Stadium.
Yeovil beat Accrington and Cheltenham lost at Eastleigh.
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