By Michael O'Brien

Mike Oliver says he's still at Curie

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But the Public League rumor mill has Oliver headed to Robeson...

According to Oliver, he's staying put at Curie.

"We've got a great class coming in and a bunch of young guys coming back from last year," Oliver said. "We are going to have a real good team."

There's plenty of other movement going on in the Public League.

Former Morgan Park coach Paris Parham has officially taken an assistant coach position at Illinois State.

Donnie Kirksey, a controversial figure who was involved with the recruitments of Juwan Howard and Eddy Curry, was hired as head coach at Hyde Park. Kirksey has been an assistant at Vocational, Chicago State and DePaul.

South Shore and Morgan Park are also looking for head coaches.

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Yes, he does have some incoming good players, problem is he can't recognize those abilities, because he is so sure of himself. He's stepping on alot of kids that could have a ball career with the right coach, but the right coach is not him.

Presently a petition blog is on the net to have him outsted. Perhaps you might google further.

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