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Davenport set for Spurs exit?

Wednesday's Mirror claims that former Coventry City defender Calum Davenport will be allowed to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer.

The 23-year-old has made only five senior appearances for Spurs since his move from City in August 2004 and has been loaned out on three occasions.

Davenport was linked with a move back to Coventry at the end of the season although he will be keen to remain in the Premiership and Spurs will be looking to recoup a fair chunk of the fee they paid for the England under-21 international.




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The Journalist

Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 31 2006

Time: 9:58AM

Your Comments

could u afford him
green giant 12
no and to be honest wouldn't want him back
cov182004
What fee to be recouped? The vast majority of the fee paid by Spurs was on appearances - 5 outings didn't make Coventry so rich.
ahaponiev
Spurs paid 1.1m upfront, the rest was dependent on various clauses. The bank basically told City they had to sell a player before the transfer deadline and Davenport was the most saleable
roberts
the mirror is about as truth telling as pinoccio. what next a pic of the editor made to look like him dressed in a coventry shirt? he wont go he played ok at the end of season and is young.
mrcommonsence
Wish you actually made SENSE, mr commonsence. Could you explain what you mean in english please?
FEn_100
 

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