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Dowie praises McKenzie display

Coventry City manager Iain Dowie is pleased to have a selection headache after Leon McKenzie made the most of Kevin Kyle's suspension with a goal in the 2-0 win over Hull City on Saturday.

'Leon McKenzie's goal was very pleasing because Isaac Osbourne did well to get a good cross in and Leon has got a good spring on him.' said Dowie.

'I have just had a gut feeling Kyle and Dele Adebola would make a good partnership, but Leon has responded very well after coming back into the squad and has put in a real shift.

'I hope he is going to give me a real selection problem when Kevin Kyle comes back and that is all I can ask of him.'




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Date:Saturday March 3 2007

Time: 9:02PM

Your Comments

it was a pleasing win with I thought Issac Osbourne outstanding. Keep it going
roberts
I'd agree a good step in the right direction. A couple of months ago this one could have had us worried. I thought Ozzy was superb too but am yet to be convinced that Doyle and Hughes are the combo to get us promoted from this league.
skyblueox
forgot to say well played to Jay Tabb too- ran himself into the floor once again.
skyblueox
Virgo as well filled in well at right-back
CET Stander
you derserved to win after our performance, good luck the rest of the season...
thedunedan
I think if you look at the whole team you will be doing well to pick on any performance as a bad one
ccfcks
 

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