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Thursday, April 12, 2007

Chris Coleman

Fulham football club has parted company with their manager Chris Coleman after a series of bad results that put the Cottagers at the brink of relegation zone. Statement from Craven Cottage announced on Tuesday that the London club has ended their partnership with Coleman after the Welshman's four years tenure at the club. Meanwhile, Northern Ireland manager Lawrie Sanchez will take over as caretaker basis at the club.

But why? For me, Coleman is one of the best managers in English football. Not to mention Scotsman Sir Alex Ferguson, Coleman alongside Bolton's Sam Allardyce, Everton's David Moyes and Aston Villa's Martin O'Neil, he is one of the best British managers in English top flight football. He should be the answer to the club in avoiding relegation. But maybe the club wants an alternative and we will see.
Coleman's Managerial Stats at Fulham:
17th April 2003-10th April 2007
176 games, 61 wins, 44 draws, 71 loss (34.65% winning rate)

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