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Carry on the good start

Carry on the good start

City aim to keep their unbeaten record when hosting tomorrow's visit to the Ricoh of Swansea City and hope to be boosted by the return of at least two of their injured stars. Freddy Eastwood has recovered from his virus and Leon Mackenzie could be available for a subs role after his long term achilles injury.

Mackenzie is also hoping to convince Chris Coleman of his long term fitness so that they can discuss a new contract.

The Sky Blues ended their interest this week in Rhyl winger Luke Holden but are supposed to be looking at a possible loan deal for Chelsea defender Jack Cork.

It is expected that City will start unchanged tomorrow and will need to be 100% against one of the better Championship teams.



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Friday August 21 2009
Time: 10:23AM

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