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Sousa Returning To England?

Sousa Returning To England?

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Paulo Sousa has revealed that there is a possibility he will return to manage in England.

Speaking to Sky Sports News the former QPR boss stated that he could return as a manager rather than just a coach - presumably alluding to his position of head coach at Loftus Road.

He said: "I think it`s coming very soon, like next season I will be manager not coach - but manager. I have a lot of possibilities to remain in England."

Sousa also confirmed that he may be in back in management as soon as this summer as he looks to rebuild following an early set-back in his managerial career.

The Portuguese boss was sacked for divulging sensitive information about the club, and player/coach Gareth Ainsworth remains in temporary charge of the R`s.

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Writer:Boxer
Date:Tuesday April 14 2009
Time: 2:18PM

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Good catch! I missed this one ;-)
sandydl
14/04/2009 14:36:00
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Good catch! I missed this one ;-)
sandydl
14/04/2009 14:36:00
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I thought it of a strange comment to make with regards to coach not manager - he was very stern when he said that as well.
Boxer
14/04/2009 14:42:00
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I thought it of a strange comment to make with regards to coach not manager - he was very stern when he said that as well.
Boxer
14/04/2009 14:42:00
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I for one will wish him luck with whatever club he goes to, unless they are playing us of course, (or if its spurs,forest.......)!!!!
kiwi park ranger
15/04/2009 18:01:00
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I for one will wish him luck with whatever club he goes to, unless they are playing us of course, (or if its spurs,forest.......)!!!!
kiwi park ranger
15/04/2009 18:01:00
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