Coleman on Fulham job: ´It won´t be me´

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Former Fulham manager Chris Coleman insists he took no pleasure from successor Lawrie Sanchez´s sacking last week - and does not want the job back.

Coleman was axed after four relatively successful years in charge at Craven Cottage last April.

Coleman, now in charge at Real Sociedad, wrote in the Daily Mail: "It gave me no pleasure to see Lawrie Sanchez sacked from my old job at Fulham last week. I don´t know who they will appoint but it won´t be me."

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