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Heath happy with 'terrific' City

Caretaker Coventry City manager Adrian Heath was satisfied with his side's display in Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Sunderland.

'We had the best chances and the most clear-cut chances, so I'm disappointed with that,' he said.

'But I thought it was a terrific performance, other than the most important thing, scoring goals.

'The second goal came at a time when we were trying to force the issue, but I can still take a lot of positives from the game.'




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Date:Sunday February 4 2007

Time: 5:05PM

Your Comments

Parhaps it time to start looking for the manager, it was a great display but scoring goals has been the issue all season the only diffence is the defending is not as good, and afterthe last 2 games we need to shot more. MORE SHOTS MORE CHANCES. we only had 4 on target they had 12, we had 3 off target they had 6. We lost 0-2
ccfcks
Appreciate the positive comments from Inchy - However they will count for nothing if I find myself sitting in the 1st Divisions Best Ground with 4,599 other fans! It's time to get this sorted!
Nogsy
dead on and I think that means a manager now before its to late, it is to much same as at the moment
ccfcks
I would have thought the board would have ralised the current manager has not got what it take to take the team onward and upward. You need a high profile manager who know the arse end of a team.
col8
 

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