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Osbourne to Crewe Alexandra

Coventry City midfielder Isaac Osbourne has joined League One side Crewe Alexandra on loan for a month.

The 20-year-old midfielder had forced his way into the first team picture last season when a knee injury cut short his campaign.

Osbourne may play against Manchester United next week after being given permission to turn out in the Carling Cup.

An injury problem meanwhile has ended City's chances of bringing Richard Duffy back on loan from Portsmouth to cover for Marcus Hall and David McNamee.




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Date:Friday October 20 2006

Time: 12:39PM

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Sky Blue Ox will be pleased about Duffy anyway!
CET Stander
ooooooooh yes. Hopefully Ozzy's spell away will get him up to speed to shift Hughes out of midfield. With Giddings almost back we can get through this spell with no full backs...and then Whingy is back!
skyblueox
Its the only way now to get players ready with no reserve league
ccfcks
 

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