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Andy Cole Hired to Take Over Coyote Volleyball

The Cerro Coso Athletic Department is pleased to announce the recent hiring of Andrew Cole to take the reins of Cerro Coso Women's Volleyball. Following an extensive search to fill the position, the Coyotes are excited to bring in a volleyball coach with the extensive knowledge in the sport that Coach Cole will provide. Cole is replacing long time Head Coach, Kim Young, who has stepped down from the position earlier this spring. Coach Young has been at the helm since the program was reinstated in 2014, during which time she was able to build a program that showed continued improvement leading into the COVID-19 year. Coach Cole will now be charged with putting the program back on track and leading the Coyotes into the future.
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Andy Cole Hired to Take Over Coyote Volleyball

The Cerro Coso Athletic Department is pleased to announce the recent hiring of Andrew Cole to take the reins of Cerro Coso Women's Volleyball. Following an extensive search to fill the position, the Coyotes are excited to bring in a volleyball coach with the extensive knowledge of the sport that Coach Cole will provide. Cole is replacing long-time Head Coach, Kim Young, who has stepped down from the position earlier this spring. Coach Young has been at the helm since the program was reinstated in 2014, during which time she was able to build a program that showed continued improvement leading into the COVID-19 year. Coach Cole will now be charged with putting the program back on track and leading the Coyotes into the future.
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Andy Cole recalls how Damien Duff “lacked self-belief” as a young player

Andy Cole on Damien Duff. Andy Cole has recalled how Damien Duff “lacked self-belief” when the pair played together at Blackburn Rovers. Cole and Duff’s careers crossed paths for one-and-a-half seasons at Ewood Park when the English striker was entering his thirties and the Dubliner was emerging as one of the most talented young wingers in the Premier League.
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Andy Cole on why Roy Keane’s Man United criticism makes him laugh

Andy Cole on Roy Keane criticism. Andy Cole has backed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer while also defending Roy Keane’s right to criticise the current Manchester United team. The three men were important cogs in the Alex Ferguson’s great Man United side of the late-90s, with each of them playing key roles in securing the 1999 treble of Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League.
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Andy Cole details Man United tunnel fight with Teddy Sheringham

“I’m screaming all sorts and trying to throw punches, but everyone’s on me, pulling us apart.”. Andy Cole has detailed a dispute he had with former teammate Teddy Sheringham, and how Roy Keane got involved. Cole and Sheringham played alongside each other for four years at Manchester United, helping the...
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Chelsea duo Sam Kerr and Fran Kirby compared to Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole

Chelsea Women boss Emma Hayes says strike duo Sam Kerr and Fran Kirby are her Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole. Manchester United pair Yorke and Cole terrorised European defences as the Red Devils completed the treble with victory in the Champions League final against Bayern Munich in 1999. Hayes will...
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