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Quick photo of the Gaffer with my boy 👍

Coulson doing his best to avoid being sent to Ipswich.

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Just now, Johnmfc81 said:

Is warnock on the touchline?

 

I've heard he's getting a Brazilian.

I don't know why he booked the appointment for tonight, like, bit unprofessional.

Just kidding, yeah, I can see him on the touchline.

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Just now, wilsoncgp said:

Real shame we have to play Spence at left wing-back. Breaking down on his side as he clearly has no left foot.

Absolutely bizarre we are letting coulson go. He would be very good at wing back i think

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