COCU


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COCUConsultation On Church Union
COCUCouncil on Christian Unity, Inc. (est. 1910; Indianapolis, IN)
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We can't do that on Wednesday because Atletico are deadly on the counter attack," said Cocu.
Asked if he expected tough treatment for the player from the fans, Cocu (above) said: "I hope not.
And it is unlikely that Cocu would swap his job with the Dutch champions, and Champions League football next season, to take charge at Sunderland.
The 44-year-old was Advocaat's Under-19 coach at PSV Eindhoven and, when his mentor left in 2013, Cocu took over.
PSV will not look for a new manager, as the club hope Cocu will recover.
With PSV still on its rebuilding stage, Cocu is optimistic that the team will continue to improve and realise its full potential.
The Ministry Task Force has produced seven draft revisions of Chapter 7 of The COCU Consensus during the last three years.
There was still time for Cocu to notch his second of the night but it was not enough for the hosts.
Still PSV found the energy to keep going forward and they at least had the final say on the night when Cocu fired home a wonderful volley.
ARSENE WENGER has warned PSV Eindhoven that Arsenal will use the taunts of midfielder Phillip Cocu as added motivation ahead of tonight's pivotal Champions League tie.
They had dominated in normal time with Robben and Edgar Davids, protected by enforcer Cocu, providing the creativity to allow Ruud van Nistelrooy to test out Mellberg and Andreas Jakobsson.
The change did little to unsettle them, however, and Cocu took aim from distance 12 minutes before the break to force an inelegant save from Isaksson, who had to maintain his concentration to claim another Seedorf free-kick with half-time approaching.