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City confirm bust-up

Coventry City have confirmed that two players were involved in a training ground bust-up this week.

Michael Doyle and Robert Page are being reported as the players in question.

A spokesman said: "We can confirm there was a training ground incident.

"The matter will be investigated internally and the club will take the course of action deemed most appropriate.'

Irish defender Colin Hawkins meanwhile has signed a permanent deal at the Ricoh Arena after a successful trial.




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Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 27 2007

Time: 10:57AM

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about time we started having a bit of fight from the players
ccfcks
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27/01/2007 19:40:00

glad some players have a bit of passion
roberts
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28/01/2007 18:05:00

YEAH BUT WHO WON !!!!!!!
monty zumas
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28/01/2007 22:27:00

So Pagey took out Doyles front two teeth! Hopefully it will make him a slightly more scary figure in the centre of midfield. Which one do you think will be shown the door? Can't see how they can both stay at the club. Can we have a whip round asnd see if Pagey can be persuaded to turn his attentions to a more deserving midlfield (non) contributor!
Nogsy
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29/01/2007 09:18:00

 

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