Four loan players depart Sky Blues as Russell Slade seeks replacements - The Coventry Observer

14th Aug, 2022

Four loan players depart Sky Blues as Russell Slade seeks replacements

FOOTBALL: CHRIS McCann, Daniel Agyei, Jamie Sterry and Jack McBean have all returned to their parent clubs following short term loan spells with the Sky Blues.

McCann, who scored once in 18 appearances in midfield, has left to start at new chapter in his career in America where he will play for Atlanta.

Striker McBean will join McCann in America after returning to LA Galaxy following a largely unsuccessful spell which saw him limited to just five first team appearances.

Right-back Sterry moved to the Sky Blues for a five-month stint and impressed fans during his 20 appearances for the club but the 21-year-old has returned to Championship outfit Newcastle.

Agyei netted five times in 19 appearances and created a moment of history by scoring the club’s fastest ever goal in a 3-1 victory over Northampton Town in the EFL Trophy.

He is expected to be loaned out again by Burnley but is not expected to be returning to the Ricoh Arena for a second spell.

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