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Sky Blue comings & goings

With the appointment of a new manager now confirmed, Coventry City's plans for next season are set to step up a gear.

Definitely leaving the Ricoh Arena this summer are striker Clinton Morrison, who announced to the world via his Twitter page that his time at the club is up.

He will be joined by coach Frankie Bunn, a decision not to renew his contract having been made before the arrival of Aidy Boothroyd according to chairman Ray Ranson.

Certain to be staying in CV6 is Steve Harrison who will be Boothroyd's assistant manager and young defender Nathan Cameron, the latest starlet to pen either a new or extended professional deal with the club this summer.

Up in the air remains the future of Keiren Westwood with the new manager keen to keep hold of City's star man.

'Keiren is a really good goalkeeper,' said Boothroyd.

'He's an international and has not played in the top flight yet but he has not played in a winning team that has got promotion so those will be things in the back of his mind.

'He will be thinking 'maybe I want to stay here and be part of what the chairman and manager are trying to build'.'




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Date:Monday May 24 2010

Time: 6:24PM

 

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