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Bikey is the Best

Steve Coppell today suggested what we all thought, André Bikey will one day be the best.

The Royals have won three out of four since the man affectionately known as Spiderman reclaimed his lace in the team.

Bikey has been immense at the back and was the match winner after getting a brace in last weeks six-pointer against Birmingham.

Royals boss Steve Coppell reckons there is more to come from Spidey.

He said 'He should be one of the best in the league.

'He's got a little bit of everything.'

Steve Coppell and I have finally agreed on something, and if André Bikey doesn't prove himself to be the best centre back in the world, I will buy you all dinner.




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Writer: Chris Kitley Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday March 29 2008

Time: 1:36AM

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So is it gonna be an Indian or a Chinese? :D How old is Bikey?
Aamir
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29/03/2008 09:52:00

He's 22 and already the best centre back in berkshire!! It'll be a chippy by the way, its cheaper!!
uroyals
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30/03/2008 04:34:00

Not a problem, just don't put too much vinegar on. :) I'm not trying to be disrespectful but if Bikey wants to be seen as one of the best, Reading isn't the place to achieve it.
Aamir
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31/03/2008 11:06:00

Pompey supporter here. I thought your site would be more active. Anyway, glad to see you look like avoiding the drop. I am a big fan of Steve Coppell and think that along with Mcleish, he could be one of the best managers in the league. Pity he hasn't got more money to buy a few more class players. Our manager, whilst doing OK, could learn a few things from Coppell in regard to respect, honesty and dignity. Good luck for the rest of the season guys.
frattonaussie
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01/04/2008 03:41:00

I love the way Coppell goes about his business. Never gets carried away whether win or lose. He is an example to all managers in the league.
Boro 01
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01/04/2008 10:26:00

Can anyone tell me why Stephen Hunt was having a pop at David Bentley?
FreidelNo.1
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01/04/2008 16:31:00

 

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