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King 'grateful' for Coventry chance

A transfer that was tipped to happen from the day Aidy Boothroyd became Coventry City manager finally went through on Monday as Marlon King signed an initial one-year deal with the Sky Blues.

'I am very grateful for the chance Coventry City have given me and I look forward to working with Aidy again,' King told BBC Coventry & Warwickshire.

Boothroyd will continue to monitor King in training before deciding when to pitch him into Championship football.

He added: 'When I managed Marlon at Watford, he was a first-class professional and I fully expect that to be the case at Coventry.'





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Date:Monday September 20 2010

Time: 7:28PM

 

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