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Coppell Is Top Boss

Reading manager Steve Coppell’s achievements for the season have been noted, he has been named the League Managers' Association Manager of the Season.

It’s been a season of records for Reading under the leadership of Coppell, he guided he side to the Premiership having only lost two games all season, went on a 33 game unbeaten run and beat the highest ever points haul for the second tier by one point reaching 106, 16 points ahead of second placed Sheffield United.

Coppell beat the Premiership managers to the award, even Jose Mourinho who won the Premier League with Chelsea for the second season running.




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Date:Tuesday May 9 2006

Time: 1:30PM

Your Comments

wa a season u have had weell dne ladz all da best nxt season
swanz_gal_05
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09/05/2006 16:44:00

great season how do you think you will fare in the premiership though?
jono_forest
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09/05/2006 19:04:00

Think we will finsh places or two above relegation spots, got greta team who work hard for each other, and coppell well desrvered the award!
redfox
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09/05/2006 23:17:00

went to the right man, great season and enjoy next season
green giant 12
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15/05/2006 21:33:00

Everyone said Wigan would come down. With one or two good buys you could do OK.
miked_joker
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16/05/2006 13:32:00

but they had a rich chairman
green giant 12
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31/05/2006 22:21:00

They still have green giant. So have reading though. Only trouble is, madj don't like spending his money.
FEn_100
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02/06/2006 03:45:00

Congrats on your great season - he does deserve the manager of the season award!
richy23
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19/06/2006 10:43:00

 

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