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Would a loan move to Coventry be right for Kites?

With Steve McClaren's resignation from Nottingham Forest, Michael Kightly's proposed loan move has collapsed.

Officially the deal is on hold but as it was the 'wally with a brolly' who made the approach, it would seem unlikely that whoever replaces McClaren at Forest will have the same ideas.

Which leaves Kites back in limbo as apparently there have been no further enquiries.

"Half-a-dozen games would really benefit him. There was nobody else, just an enquiry from Forest and Michael said if they came in he`d consider it." our Mick told Birmingham Post.

So where else would be suitable?

Over on the Vital Wolves Forum, all4divisions suggested that a move to the Scottish Premier League would be advantageous.

'Bound to make any player more confident.And secondly, if he can't make it there, he can't make it anywhere...as Frank Sinatra never said.' he added.

SUPERSPARKES thought a possible link-up with Andy Keogh at Leeds could be an idea, but our friends over at Vital Coventry think that they would be the ideal destination.

'A local move, a hungry player and someone with the creative spark in wide areas that City have lacked this season, to this writer at least it would seem like a deal worth pursuing.' their editor wrote.

But what do you think? Let us know on the article comments below.

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The Journalist

Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 5 2011

Time: 11:28AM

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The worrying thing is that MM and Clipboard thought he was ready for the PL.I think we all saw enough of him ourselves, to decide he wasn't.Apparently the management needed that bit longer to see that one of the favourites wasn't anything like ready...as usual.Adam Hammill, was fully fit, though. Still is, as far as I know.As for where he goes.It might as well be Coventry as any other champonship club.Anywhere he can get games would do it.Then we can have him back and see if he ever will be good enough for the PL.
all4divisions
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05/10/2011 12:31:00

Coventry would be a good move as he would not have to travel far and he would be playing in matches of a reasonable quality ... and without the pressure. But, as A4D says, the important thing is that he gets match time wherever it is.
Southbank60
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05/10/2011 14:08:00

Quite agree and I think that there is enough quality in the Championship to give him a good test. Game time is what he needs!!
SUPERSPARKES
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05/10/2011 15:14:00

i agree he needs time on the pitch then come back to Wolves to see if he is PL or not only time will tell my way of thinking is i hope he makes it because he is one talented player who Wolves could do with.
kiawolves
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05/10/2011 22:50:00

'As Frank Sinatra never said'- hilarious. I would fancy my own chances in Scotland with a wonky knee. Funny thing is WE can see he is not ready but he was rushed in through desperation and panic last season and was thrown in again this season when he clearly was not ready. How can we see that from the stands/television/streams and the club not? Concern
New York City Wolf
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06/10/2011 06:59:00

Anywhere would do, the closer to home the better. It is only a loan move after all, and of a player in a position where cover is no problem. The real news is about Milijas. I am not surprised, I have been expecting it really, he has 'given himself' until Christmas to win back his place, a subtle way of telling MM 'I am wasted here'. And he is. He has got enough class to fit into a respectable Serie A or Bundseliga team. No loss to MM, he will keep on playing safe with his Henrys, Foleys and Edwards.
lovesW
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06/10/2011 13:18:00

 

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