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Last Updated: Tuesday, 29 April, 2003, 07:54 GMT 08:54 UK
Coppell quiet on future
Steve Coppell is remaining non-committal as to whether he will stay on as Brighton boss next season.

Coppell's contract expires after Sunday's crunch game at Grimsby which the Seagulls must win to stand a chance of avoiding relegation.

Albion are keen to keep hold of Coppell and chairman Dick Knight says talks are in the pipeline.

But the former Crystal Palace boss is refusing to give an indication of what his plans are.

He said: "I've been really concentrated on the job in hand. I don't ever think about what's going to happen.

"I knew when I came in I had 34 games to try and make a difference, to try and make an impact.

"Whatever happens I would still like to win on Saturday to fulfil my part of the bargain as it were."


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