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Adams delighted with new deal

Adams delighted with new deal

Coventry City manager Micky Adams has signed the two-year contract extension offered to him by the club.

Adams is now under contract until 2009 and told the club website: 'Coventry City is a very progressive club with a real ambition to return to the Premiership and I'm delighted to be part of what I'm sure will be a very exciting future.

'I believe that the improvement on the pitch has been there for everyone to see this season and that pleases me.

'Having been linked with a number of clubs this summer, I was eager to end the speculation and commit myself to the Sky Blues.'


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Writer:CCFC
Date:Thursday May 25 2006
Time: 4:37PM

Comments

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whats ure expectations next season......... play offs?
green giant 12
25/05/2006 16:39:00
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Right man to get us out of this league not so sure about him being the right man to keep us up though
cov182004
25/05/2006 17:19:00
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thats great news and he is the man who will take you out of this league and back in to the prem.
jono_forest
25/05/2006 18:33:00
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At least one manager has signed up an sorted.
miked_joker
26/05/2006 08:22:00
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great manager you got there. I only wish he was still managing us back at Brighton. I got a soft spot for you lot and hope you do well in 2006-07, even if I did get an awful bout of flu after my visit to the Ricoh in february!
scullen
28/05/2006 23:42:00
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