My time with cambridge united

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Re: My time with cambridge united

Post by cambridge007 on Sun Jul 27, 2008 2:03 am

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That is very true. Very Happy

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Re: My time with cambridge united

Post by helma on Mon May 17, 2010 9:03 am

On the eve of the 200607 season, it was announced that former Norwich City striker Lee Power would be the club's new chairman taking over from Brian Attmore's caretaking reign. Johnny Hon was also to rejoin the board as vice-chairman after John Howard's resignation on conflict of interests grounds (owing to his ownership of Bideawhile 445 Ltd, United's landlords).[9] Jimmy Quinn was appointed manager soon after Power took charge and, after a difficult settling-in period which included a humiliating 50 loss to local rivals Histon,[10] he guided Cambridge United away from another possible relegation by achieving five wins from their last seven games of the season.[4]
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