Date:Tuesday November 8 2005
Micky Adams was more than pleased with the point that Coventry gained when they played Cardiff the other day.
'The result and performance will put us in a good frame of mind over the twoweek break as we look ahead to the Ipswich game,'
'We have got the majority of the squad back to full fitness now and we need that because we can't afford not to have our best 11 or 16 out there, and once we do that we are okay and can compete against anyone.'
The Sky Blues never looked like scoring and after the match Adams admitted they may have been slightly over cautious, but the clean sheet, the confidence boost were always going to be more important.
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