Date: 3rd September 2010 at 2:12pm
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Doncaster Rovers manager Sean O`Driscoll has denied any contact with Coventry City regarding bringing former Doncaster favourite Michael Mcindoe to the Keepmoat.

Doncaster were rumoured to have made a late inquiry on Tuesday about McIndoe on transfer deadline day.

Speaking in the Sheffield Star, O`Driscoll said, ‘I don’t know where the story came from.”

The midfielder had three very successful years with the club between 2003 and 2006.

Coventry boss Aidy Bothroyd has said that any player who is not featuring in the first team would be available when the loan window reopens next week.


Asked whether he would be interested in bringing McIndoe to the Keepmoat, O`Driscoll said, ‘It would depend on how much it would cost because financially we are up to the budget.

‘It would have to be outside the financial guidelines that I have been given.

‘But it is difficult to comment on something that we’ve had no contact with Coventry over.’

McIndoe as yet to feature in the Championship this season and as made just the one start in the sides disappointing 2-0 defeat at Morecambe.

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