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Harry Warren (footballer)

For other people named Harry Warren, see Harry Warren (disambiguation).

Harry Warren was manager of Southend United FC between 1940 and 1956.[1]

He was manager of Coventry City between 1956 and 1957 having taken over from former Sweden international manager George Raynor. He was succeeded by Billy Frith. He was asked to manage the Third Division South representative team in 1956/57.


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