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Cov exit for Scottish midfielder?

Sunday newspaper rumours concerning Coventry City centered on midfielder Colin Cameron, with The People suggesting that a loan move was on the cards for the 34-year-old.

Cameron appeared as a substitute against Barnsley on Saturday but has been hampered by injury problems in his first season as a Sky Blue and is reportedly not in Iain Dowie's future plans.




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Date:Sunday March 18 2007

Time: 5:31PM

 

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