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Iffy Onuora Returns To Gillingham

Iffy Onuora Returns To Gillingham

Former Swindon Town boss Iffy Onuora is back in the Football League after agreeing to become a first team coach at the League One outfit.

Onuora had been reporting for BBC Kent after he was sacked by Swindon Town at the end of the 2005/06 season where Swindon Town were relegated to League Two.

Onuora had 2 spells with Gillingham ands scored 55 goals becoming a hit with the fans in the process.

Speaking to the Swindon Advertiser Iffy said, 'Pre-season starts on July 5 so I can't wait to be involved again.I have fond memories of Gillingham and it is a club with ambition.

'I'm looking forward to working with the players again and trying to take the club forward.'

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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday June 16 2007
Time: 10:12AM

Comments

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Nice guy, not too sure about his qualities as a coach though.
APG_STFC
16/06/2007 10:39:00
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I agree he hasn't really proven his skills, and to be honest i dont think he will. IMO he should concentrate on lower leagues where he will shine, and look like he knows what he is doing
pandapops
16/06/2007 11:37:00
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After watching that documentary i never realised how arrogant he was and I reckon Gillingham will struggle this season.
red_gilly
17/06/2007 18:15:00
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