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CCFC: Pick of the summer crop?

CCFC: Pick of the summer crop?

Vital Coventry forum regulars are polling to see which of the Sky Blues' summer signings has made the biggest impact on fans to date.

Sammy Clingan arrived from Norwich as the new midfield lynchpin for Chris Coleman's side and his absence through injury has been keenly felt in recent weeks.

Jack Cork is on loan from Chelsea and seems to be thriving on a diet of regular first-team action with some all-action displays recently.

Martin Cranie is perhaps still getting used to playing regularly after being stuck in the reserves at Portsmouth but he has a good pedigree being part of the England Under-21 set-up over the past few years.

Michael McIndoe has shown glimpses of the talent that has made him a Championship regular over the past few years despite not always being played in his favoured position.

Patrick Van Aanholt like Cork is on loan from Chelsea and made an immediate impact on the fans when played at left-back while also being tried further forward in recent weeks.

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Writer:CCFC
Date:Tuesday November 3 2009
Time: 9:20PM

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