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Boss happy with remaining games

Colchester United, Wolves and Charlton are the remaining three fixtures for relegation-threatened Coventry City and manager Chris Coleman is happy with that.

'People will have their own opinions on whether it is good to play mid-table teams or teams at the top or bottom because it can go one of two ways,' he said.

'I think it is good that we are playing teams at the top and bottom because there is pressure on them too,' he said.

'Okay Colchester have gone now, but they will want to finish strongly and that makes them dangerous.'




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Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 14 2008

Time: 6:39PM

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I am also confident. I aint a Coventry fan but I do admire Mr Coleman and i'm sure he'll keep you up. He will get a big welcome next season when he returns with you boys to Swansea. We all still love him down here.
welshboy78
Yeah Colchester are dangerous!
StevieG Col U
 

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