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Luton confirm Sky Blues bid

Luton Town midfielder David Bell is a serious target for Coventry City according to the Kenilworth Road club.

Stephen Browne, director of the LTFC2020 consortium bidding to take over the Hatters has been quoted as saying: 'Coventry have made a written bid, but not enough, and they've gone away to come back again.

'Coventry have said they are seriously interested in Bell. They are looking to re-bid.'




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Date:Sunday May 25 2008

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