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Jingle bells for City as Freddy strikes

Challenged to maintain his goalscoring form after last weekend's hat-trick against Peterborough, Freddy Eastwood did just that with a crucial strike at Plymouth on Saturday.

Chris Coleman's men will now head into Christmas with renewed confidence after another positive result increased the gap between themselves and the bottom three.

James McPake came in for the suspended Stephen Wright in the only change from the Posh game and the Scot played his part in a welcome clean sheet for the Sky Blues.

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Date:Saturday December 19 2009

Time: 4:55PM

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You beauty Freddy and a clean sheet as well!
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19/12/2009 16:59:00

a superb goal, a win away and defensively a positive. Now to carry on and build for Boxing day and make three in a row.
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20/12/2009 11:04:00


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