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Fulham - Sanchez Back

An old friend, although that`s probably not the correct word to use, has resurfaced in English football.

Lawrie Sanchez, who manage our club not too long ago has associated himself with the North London club, Barnet.

Sanchez has joined the struggling club with a view to helping keep them in the Football League and is quoted as saying as much, remarking,

"I`ve come to help with the big task of getting off the bottom rungs of League Two."

Do we wish him luck?




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 18 2011

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

why not wish him luck... if he's with another club then he won't be with us...
woodysweats
David Healy's next club probably! Good luck to our fellows!
artilleria pesada
Sanchez is not a bad manager, but he couldn't leave behind his long-ball tactics, and more importantly, he thought over-priced talent for the Championship could compete at the Premier League level.
Teddy_KGB
teddy, doesn't that make a bad manager?
woodysweats
Bad manager for us, but he did well for Wycombe and Northern Ireland before arriving at Craven Cottage. He's not a PL level manager, but that doesn't make him a bad manager, overall. Everyone has a different level.
Teddy_KGB
sorry boys why we talking about him....move on....like jimmy bull***** who has his love of the tractor now!!
Leonestar
how true
truth sayer ffc
 

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