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WORLD OF FOOTBALL: A mug's lame.

Byline: BY MARCELLO MEGA

ANOTHER gaffer was crocked in Portugal last week after his players took their instructions a little too seriously.

Vitoria SC chief Manuel Cajuda told his troops to train at a high tempo but soon regretted it when a player crashed into him at full pelt on the sidelines.

Cajuda said: "I was knocked down and thought it was a train. I told them to pressurise and they took it seriously."

His knee was shattered but Cajuda preferred to stay positive.

"It's much better to have a lame coach than a blind one," he added from his wheelchair.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Nov 25, 2007
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