City midfielder to miss Owls clash

Coventry City boss Chris Coleman will be without midfielder Sammy Clingan for Saturday's trip to Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship.

Last Updated: 16/10/09 at 17:07

Clingan: Broken toe

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Clingan has been ruled out for six weeks having broken his toe during the 1-1 derby draw against Leicester last time out and is not expected to be back until next month.

Midfielder David Bell has returned to training after a seven-month absence with an ankle injury, although he is nowhere near a first-team return, while centre-back Ben Turner is in a similar situation following knee and ankle problems.

Fellow defender James McPake is making progress with his rehabilitation from a shoulder injury but will also not be in contention to face the Owls.

Left-back Marcus Hall will miss out due to family reasons yet there is a chance Chris Hussey could be included in Coleman's squad as he looks to complete a proposed switch from AFC Wimbledon.

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