CHANGE NOT THE DUNNE THING

The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP - By Joshua Richards

JUST six months af­ter ar­riv­ing at Cam­bridge United as as­sis­tant man­ager, Joe Dunne is de­ter­mined not to be­come a rab­bit caught in the head­lights af­ter boss Richard Money was dis­missed.

Money or­ches­trated the U’s re­turn to the Foot­ball League af­ter a nine-year ab­sence and a su­perb FA Cup run last term, but that wasn’t enough to save him from the sack 16 games into the new sea­son.

Former Colch­ester boss Dunne has taken over train­ing this week and de­spite hav­ing his own phi­los­o­phy, he is adamant that mak­ing big al­ter­ations to the U’s is not on his agenda be­fore a per­ma­nent ap­point­ment is made.

“There’s ab­so­lutely no rea­son or clev­er­ness in try­ing to rock the boat,” said the care­taker boss. “When the news came through it was im­por­tant to re­main as pro­fes­sional as pos­si­ble and get on the train­ing ground.

“They’re paid pro­fes­sion­als and this is a sit­u­a­tion that will hap­pen again. We’ve al­ready seen some more man­agers de­part their job since.”

CARE­TAKER: Joe Dunne

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