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Coleman Not For Leicester!

After being axed by Fulham, Chris Coleman has been linked with the Leicester City job.

However, Chris has publicly denied that he is interested in the role stating,

"I haven`t spoken to Leicester or any other club and would not do so while they have managers in place."

"My settlement with Fulham is still being negotiated. I`m enjoying the chance to spend more time with my family and have no immediate plans to get back into management unless the right offer comes along."

This hack can`t help but wonder how he feels about our apparent stagnation in form since he left.

Isn`t a new manager meant to bring instant results?




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 1 2007

Time: 6:14PM

Your Comments

Not the morals of your normal football manager then?
merlin
Not Laurie Sanchez, that is a backward move. I think it is a bigger gamgle than Coleman.
gunnerb
Chris has NOT "publicly denied that he is interested in the role" at Leicester, he has simply said that he hasn't "spoken to Leicester or any other club and would not do so while they have managers in place." FGS! This is what bugs me about journalism, reading stuff in that isn't there! Get a life, he would be a fool NOT to be interested in the Leicester job but Mandaric throwing in the cash but has just stated the above. What do you expect him never to get another managers job? He's gone now and that's that. And anyway, look at Worthington at Leicester - new manager, first two games a loss. Nothing can be expected!
Gizmo
he will be laughing all the way down the road, going down! (bye bye tomasz rad(****))
EvertonMike
 

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