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Clarky's Immediate Problem

... regardless if it is only keeping the job 'warm' for someone else. And he says he is delighted to have the chance to get Olivier Bernard on the road to full match fitness.

The coach has handled to job since Tommy Craig stepped down last week and was in the dug-out for a 4-2 friendly win over Berwick Rangers.

Clark: 'Olivier did well and it was always the manager's intention to give him 70 minutes or so to help him get back to the required fitness levels. He did pick up a knock before we took him off after 71 minutes.'

Goals from Andy Carroll, Matty Pattison, Phil Cave and James Troisi were enough to see off the Border side at Shieldfield Park.

The fixture with Berwick was to replace United's reserve game with Wigan which was called off.




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Date:Wednesday September 13 2006

Time: 12:47PM

 

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