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Alan Archibald believes his year of relegation turmoil at Partick Thistle should HELP him get another management job.

After four years of success at Firhill, the former Jags boss endured a difficult end to his tenure as the club dropped out of the Premiership.

But he has learned from the experience and is convinced it will stand him in good stead.

Archibald said: "At first I thought: 'Oh no, that's a relegation on my CV.' But going down and dealing with the circumstances will hopefully benefit me.

"Hopefully a chairman or owner will see beyond it and look at the good work I did at Thistle.

Everything happens for a reason and I'll take the good and bad from it. I'd be willing to work in England or abroad. I'm not a football snob, I'd go anywhere."

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Feb 3, 2019
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