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Now I'll be good - Gord.

Coventry boss Gordon Strachan has promised to tone down his criticism of match referees.

The Scot made his vow after being warned for making insulting comments to Stephen Lodge after a 2- 2 draw with Arsenal in January.

FA chiefs charged Strachan after branding the whistler "a joke" and "an absolute disgrace".

He was fuming because his side had a penalty appeal turned down and Paul Williams sent off for a foul on Dennis Bergkamp.

Strachan apologised to the Barnsley official days after the match and escaped a fine when his previous unblemished record was taken into account at yesterday's disciplinary hearing.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Apr 22, 1998
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