Sky Blues boss ready to face his former manager
CHRIS Coleman was licking his lips at the prospects of taking on his former Fulham boss Kevin Keegan in the second round of the Carling Cup.
Coleman's Coventry side comfortably saw off Football League new boys Aldershot with Robbie Simpson scoring twice and Clinton Morrison opening his account for his new club.
A delighted Coleman said: "We had nearly 10,000 in the ground and that was on the back of a big crowd for the game against Norwich at the weekend.
"Our fans have dipped their hands in their pockets twice in a week and the reward is a massive draw against Newcastle.
"I had two good years under Kevin at Fulham. He signed me from Blackburn and in our first season we lost in the play-offs and then won the league the year after by a country mile."