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Coleman set to appoint experienced number two

Coleman set to appoint experienced number two

Reports on Friday suggest that former England coach Steve Harrison will make a surprise return to the game shortly as Chris Coleman's number two at Coventry City.

Having worked under both Graham Taylor and Steve McClaren in the past, the 56-year-old left Middlesbrough last year.

With Steve Kean poised to be the main casualty of a disappointing end to the season for the Sky Blues, Coleman looks to have gone for a more experienced man to join him in the dug-out.



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Friday May 8 2009
Time: 7:41AM

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