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Adams eyes loan deals

Coventry City manager Micky Adams will take advantage of the fact that Football League clubs can sign players on an 'emergency loan' basis as from next week to continue his squad strengthening.

A new goalkeeper to cover Andy Marshall is top priority for the Sky Blues boss, who said: 'Whave the loan system available to us if we see opportunities that we wish to pursue.'




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Date:Tuesday September 5 2006

Time: 9:30AM

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Loans are ok if used to better the squad and not give first team experience to a young premiership player who will not necessary be any better than what we have in our own junior ranks
cov182004
Coventry seem to be moving in the right direction under Adams. But are they good enough for promotion?
sandgroanun
Afraid I disagree sandgroanun. He has stabalised us...just about, but we will never get a promotion under his stewardship.
skyblueox
i think he will get us up but in a couple of yrs maybe
matty@789
 

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