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Vital Coventry Transfer Rumour Mill

Although Coventry City remain under a transfer embargo that has not stopped Vital Coventry maintaining a transfer rumour log in the forum pages of the site.

Since our last update we have seen Gary Deegan released by Hibernian, Elliott Ward signing a one-year contract with Bournemouth and reported Sky Blues target Jacques Maghoma sign for Sheffield Wednesday.

Carl Baker is being linked with Nottingham Forest and Chris Hussey has been offered a deal by Burton Albion but Nathan Cameron will not be re-joining Northampton Town after deliberating too long over Aidy Boothroyd's contract offer.

As transfers rumours are one of the things that all football fans feast on in the absence of competitive action we are not going to let a triviality like City being unable to sign anyone get in our way!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:CCFC
Date:Friday June 28 2013
Time: 3:07PM

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Cameron has joined Bury ahead of the Cobblers - seems a strange choice from the outside
houchen
28/06/2013 22:10:00
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