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Onuora Joins Lincoln City

Onuora Joins Lincoln City

Former Swindon Town manager Iffy Onuora has joined League Two outfit Lincoln City.

Onuora took over at the County Ground during the 2005-06 League One season which ultimately saw Swindon relegated to the basement division.

Onuora was sacked and replaced by Dennis Wise prior to the 2006-7 League 2 season.

Onuora remained out of football before taking up a coaching role at Gillingham this season, where he became caretaker manager before eventually quitting once a new manager was named.

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Wednesday February 13 2008
Time: 5:51PM

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Third time lucky Mr O. Goodluck to you.
Nelly180
15/02/2008 21:46:00
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