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Coleman Recruits Duo!

Coleman Recruits Duo!

After taking over the managerial reins at the Ricoh Stadium, it hasn`t taken Chris Coleman long to start recruiting his backroom team.

Already signed up is his former number two, at Craven Cottage, Steve Keen whilst Chris is also hoping to snap up another of his former back room team in the shape of our ex-goalkeeping coach, Dave Beasant.

Beasant, who worked under Coleman in his time at Fulham, also looked after our keepers during the Lawrie Sanchez era but lost his position when Roy Hodgson took over.

As is often the case, there is also the possibility that Coleman will return to Craven Cottage to try and snatch a few of the players who served him so well during his tenure as manager.

With the Football League (loan) transfer window open until March, we may well see some of our fringe players take the opportunity to drop down a division to get regular first team football.

Any suggestions as to who we`d not be afraid to let go?

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Thursday February 21 2008
Time: 4:43PM

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I've always like Beasant - Porterfield treated him disgracefully at Chelsea!
merlin
21/02/2008 19:27:00
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mind you - I could never accept an Englishman coaching Northern Ireland :-)
merlin
21/02/2008 19:29:00
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I believe Beasant actually left when Cookie was fired but was then re-recruited by Sanchez!
Putney
21/02/2008 20:24:00
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