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Coventry duo extend loan deals

Keith Alexander has said that the Coventry duo Lian Davis and Ben Turner will be staying at London Road for the remainder of the season, despite their loan deal officially only being extended for a further month.

Alexander heaped praise on the duo but insisted that Coventry had no plans for either of them to join POSH on a permanent deal.




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Date:Tuesday October 17 2006

Time: 12:00PM

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they would struggle to get into the cov team anyway , good experiance for the pair and good for you as a team !
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