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Cameron confident of City success

Cameron confident of City success

New Coventry City star Colin Cameron is looking for success for both himself and his new club next season.

The 33-year-old midfielder, signed on a free transfer from Wolves, is aiming to play enough games for the Sky Blues to earn himself a further one-year contract, while also aiming to help the club reach the Premiership.

'I had five great years at Wolves and they offered me a year but, for me, it wasn't a deal that I wanted, where as at Coventry, I have got a year with another year as an option,' said Cameron.

'So it is up to me to prove that I am good enough for a year after that, which I have every belief in my own abilities.

'The option kicks in after 20 or so appearances but I believe I am good enough to play the whole season, assuming I stay away from injuries.'

The former Raith Rovers and Hearts man added: 'I have been very fortunate in my career to have only played for three clubs, and at every one we have achieved something, and if Coventry is my last club then I want to do exactly the same here.

'And that's one of the reasons I signed, because I think we have got a chance of doing that.'


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Writer:CCFC
Date:Friday July 7 2006
Time: 11:41AM

Comments

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Looking forward to August 6th. A good start to the season will go a long way
cov182004
07/07/2006 12:46:00
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cum on city shame he wont play in the first game, but hopefully he will do well [Edited by c0v3n7ry]
matty@789
07/07/2006 21:14:00
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hello cameron a good player and who edited my say about this article
matty@789
08/07/2006 22:36:00
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