Coleman wins February boss gong

05 March 2009 01:54
Watford boss Rodgers, Doncaster gaffer O'Driscoll and Johnson of Bristol City were also in contention for the prize.[LNB]But Coleman has been recognised after Coventry enjoyed an excellent run of results, beating Wolves, Birmingham and Norwich and drawing with Burnley.[LNB]The Sky Blues also defeated Blackburn in the FA Cup to set up a quarter-final with Chelsea. [LNB]Speaking about the wins over Birmingham and Wolves, Coleman told Sky Sports News: "They were two excellent performances. Both Midlands derbies, but we played very well.[LNB]"To go unbeaten in that run of games was particularly good and I see a big improvement in the team."[LNB]Coventry lost 2-1 to Sheffield United on Wednesday to remain 13th in the table but Coleman has still not given up hope of making the play-offs.[LNB]He said: "Prior to last night's game, we had done very well.[LNB]"If we had won, we would have gone within five points of the play-offs but there are still a lot of points to play for and we are in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup against Chelsea.[LNB]"It is going to be hard for us to get in the play-offs but you never say never."[LNB][LNB]

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