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Coleman Back in the Fray?

Coleman Back in the Fray?

With the announcement that Sammy Lee has become the latest managerial casualty, at Bolton, the media is, today awash with rumours as to who his replacement will be.

Surprisingly, a familiar name has entered the fray, that of our very own ex-manager, Chris Coleman.

Cookie, who is currently managing Real Sociedad, hasn`t had the best of starts to his career in Spain and the rumours suggest that he could be prepared to return to the Premier League.

In fact, some bookmakers give odds as low as 10-3 that Chris will be installed as the new manager of Bolton Wanderers.

Here at Vital Fulham, we`d like to throw the proverbial spanner in the works and suggest that Chris can do better than Bolton, in fact we have a sneaking suspicion that with the Welsh national team in disarray, Chris Coleman could well be the one to take over the helm from John Toshack.

We`ll do our utmost to keep you informed of any developments.



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Thursday October 18 2007
Time: 4:24PM

Comments

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The Wales job could be a good one for him!
merlin
18/10/2007 16:51:00
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i doubt he'd go to bolton, but wales sounds good
Backslash2010
18/10/2007 17:58:00
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Bolton are on a downward spiral, what was Lee thinking of dropping Speed and Nolan last weekend?
merlin
18/10/2007 19:27:00
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Coleman isn't good enough for Bolton.
RMc
18/10/2007 19:48:00
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and it appears Real Sociedad will not allow Bolton to talk to him either!
Putney
19/10/2007 17:31:00
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