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  • "Your rubbish Joe Dunne and you know it,a large majority of fans that attend the games have had enough of you and your inept management of the side.you alone are fast making me lose interest in the club.and im sure there are many other fans feeling the same as i do.Why dont you just pack in and take that pathetic captain Wilson with you,he is not good to be playing in the football league,more suited to sunday morning pub football,and allow yourself plenty of time to get the team to the crawley ground.players turning up late for the bradford game was a disgrace.i had been to work for nine hours that day,travelling around essex,went home and cooked my tea and still got to the ground before some of the players.and to add insult to injury you and the team dished up another embarrassing shambles.Can only see another defeat tomorrow.please prove me wrong.

    I agree to a certain degree regards to Wilson being captain but for you to say he is not good enough to be playing football league is crazy, he's played over 370 league games 60 being in the championship. I'm hoping we can get back to back wins tomorrow & Tuesday push us up that table. Be good to see how many on here will praise the boys when we do."
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Dunne confident U's can pull away from danger

Dunne confident U's can pull away from danger

Staying cool - Colchester United manager Joe Dunne is confident his side can avoid a situation where they have to battle against the drop. Picture: WARREN PAGE

Staying cool - Colchester United manager Joe Dunne is confident his side can avoid a situation where they have to battle against the drop. Picture: WARREN PAGE

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Joe Dunne insists his Colchester United players are not feeling the pressure of a relegation battle.

And the U’s boss believes four more wins might well be enough to stay in League One.

Colchester head into their game at Crawley Town lying three points above the bottom four, with 12 games remaining.

The U’s are four points better off than they were at the same stage last season and have lost six fewer matches, this time around.

For more on this story and all of the latest Colchester United news, including a three-page preview of the U's game at Crawley Town, see Friday's Daily Gazette.

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