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Coleman: Good draw, bad timing

Coventry City manager Chris Coleman was left to rue a late equaliser from Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough on Tuesday night.

'Before the game, we would have taken a point, but to concede the way we did is a bitter pill to swallow,' he said.

'Sheffield Wednesday were throwing men forward and launching high balls into the box and we had dealt with that, but were unable to defend the long throw.

'It is frustrating because we know we could be on 51 points now.'




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Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 2 2008

Time: 8:00AM

Your Comments

oops a bit of aslip up hehehehe. up the owls
mick66owl
Now that wasn't nice mick!! HeeHee, get in there Woody!!
will it ever happen
great skill, route one every week..wow
roberts
throwing a ball 40yards and getting a head on it is a great skill but scoring too is even better
Looney Tune
you guys were so unlucky everyone wants to see wendy go down. luck, lucky as always.
bladesforlife1889
yup pfl lucky lucky wednesday. but we will be lucky on tuesday this week. UP THE OWLS
mick66owl
 

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