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Signing number two for City

Signing number two for City

Michael McIndoe is a Coventry City player in time for the new season after completing his move from Bristol City for the now obligatory 'undisclosed fee'.

A goalscorer against the Sky Blues at the Ricoh Arena last season, the 29-year-old winger made 90 league appearances for the Ashton Gate club.

Bristol boss Gary Johnson told his club's official website that it was 'a good move for all parties', praising McIndoe's contribution over the past two seasons but feeling that the Scot needed to move on.



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Tuesday August 4 2009
Time: 5:46PM

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Good signing but don't think it makes up for the loss of Dann & Fox, plus who in my opinion was our best striker at the club Robbie Simpson. We have not moved forward yet and still need 2 or 3 more quality signings.
bloodnut
05/08/2009 10:38:00
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Agree it doesn't make up for Fox & Dann but for me Simpson is not a huge loss, as shown by the kind of teams that came in for him
houchen
05/08/2009 16:58:00
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