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Adams Happy as No.2 - For Now!

Adams Happy as No.2 - For Now!

Colchester's new assistant manager Micky Adams said today that he could'nt wait to get back in the game since he left Coventry.

Adams told the official site: 'When I got the call from George I was interested straight away. He asked for some help and I was delighted to come on board. It was a no-brainer as far as I was concerned.'

However, he admitted he is still keen to become an outright manager again one day.

Adding 'I don't want to put people off but I still harbour ambitions of being a manager again. Both the manager and the chairman are aware of that. But while I am at Colchester United, I will always give them my very best.'

George and Adams studied for their UEFA B coaching badge last summer, becomming friends in the process, although Williams concedes the pair differ in their views on some aspects of the game, the U's chief believes a contrast in coaching styles will benefit over the coming campaign.



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Writer:Deeno
Date:Friday July 20 2007
Time: 12:15AM

Comments

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Can't see him staying as a number 2 for long
miked_joker
20/07/2007 13:27:00
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Ian Hollaway Rules! Yeah your right he'll go if a big club comes in.
StevieG Col U
20/07/2007 18:46:00
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Hasn't done anything to write home about for a while has he...!
horseworrier
20/07/2007 22:54:00
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Still a great Coach and a great siging for the club!
Deeno
21/07/2007 00:25:00
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Yup, even if he's temp, I'm happy.
Matt_Us
25/07/2007 15:29:00
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