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Aiden McGeady slams manager Chris Coleman on Episode 7 of Sunderland 'Til I Die. Here is what the Black Cats winger says…

"The instructions that he gave the wingers were to stay high and wide. I'd never played in a 4-3-3 before so I was a bit unsure of what to do when I didn't have the ball. We have no chance of winning a game with that system – almost impossible to win it."

On Coleman's managerial methods:

"If a player keeps making the same mistake, show them the mistake they are making. I've had managers before who come in and go crazy. He just kind of comes in and it's, 'We could have done this better, right, sound, move on'. It's just kind of an acceptance of, 'That's OK'. You come into training a couple of days later and everyone is laughing and joking and we've just been beaten 3-0 at home."


On Coleman's handling of Lewis Grabban, who cut shot his season-long loan at Sunderland in January:
"Even if you don't like Grabbs as a person, but you know he's valuable to the team because he's scored 12 goals – manage the player. I think the manager thought that Grabbs was disposable and we'd get someone else in who could do the same job, but that never happened."

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