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Beasant and Gibson Go Too!

In the great shake up orchestrated yesterday, it would appear that only Les Reed, Ray Lewington and Billy McKinlay have temporarily survived.

Of the remaining coaching staff, Dave Beasant and Terry Gibson have both left the club.

Beasant and Gibson did off course play with Sanchez at Wimbledon and were perceived as members of the Crazy Gang.

Co-incidence or what?

I for one am upset to see Beasant leave as I believe he is one of the top keeper coaches around- just look at the outstanding form of Anti Niemi!

We`d like to wish both the best of luck in finding another appointment.




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Writer: orange_emu Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday December 22 2007

Time: 12:17PM

Your Comments

Didn't Beasant get the push when Coleman left and then get re0-instated?
merlin
I believe he did as he used to work with Sanchez at Northern Ireland!
Putney
I'd echo your sentiment as well orange mate!
Putney
Thank you Putney! I didnt like the look of whoever was warming up the keepers 2day! Didnt seem to know what he was doing
oranje_emu
 

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