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Pressley Praised But Embargo Remains

Pressley Praised But Embargo Remains

Coventry City manager Steven Pressley, his staff and the players currently at the club have all been praised for their 'professional' start to pre-season at a time when a number of issues surrounding the Sky Blues are still far from being resolved.

Outlining a timescale of at least another two weeks before the transfer embargo is lifted, not to mention the question of where City play their 'home' games, director Steve Waggott told BBC CWR: 'The players are aware of it,' said Waggott. 'The manager is aware of it. We're all aware of it.

'But all the backroom staff, Stephen Pressley and the entire team, have worked away on the basis of resilience, on teamwork, on focus and on professionalism.

'That's the four cornerstones that the players must take into training and onto the pitch when the season starts.'



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Monday July 1 2013
Time: 7:49AM

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