City defender completes loan deal

Thu 31 Jan 2013
Author: Kieran Crowley

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Aaron Phillips moves to Nuneaton Town on a one-month loan deal...

Coventry City defender Aaron Phillips has joined Nuneaton Town on a one-month loan deal.

The 19-year-old links up with Kevin Wilkins' Blue Square Bet Premier side for an initial 28-day spell.

Phillips, son of Sky Blues 1987 FA Cup winner Dave Phillips, has featured regularly for Lee Carsley’s Under-21s side this season.

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