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"We've got to manage Frank Nouble and Reda Johnson. We've got a mini-crisis at the moment." - Coventry City's Steven Pressley

31 October 2014

The City manager has also confirmed Danny Pugh will have an operation on his ankle injury today and Seb Hines is also sidelined...

Coventry City manager Steven Pressley has confirmed Reda Johnson and Frank Nouble will train today ahead of tomorrow's Leyton Orient game.

The City duo returned to action last week in the 3-2 win over Peterborough United and the club have had to manage the injuries they've picked up earlier in the season.

Danny Pugh is set to go for an operation today on his ankle injury whilst Seb Hines is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury.

Pressley admitted he also has concerns on Billy Daniels, Jordan Willis and Aaron Phillips ahead of tomorrow's trip to Brisbane Road.

The City boss said: "We've had to manage Reda and Frank all week. They didn't train in the early part of the week and they then performed in a couple of sessions.

"They've both had to have another down day and hopefully, they will train today. It is a situation we just need to manage at the moment. We can't do too much, too quickly with them.

"We've got a little bit of a mini-crisis as we've got Danny Pugh going for an operation today and Seb Hines could be out for some time.

"We've got concerns over Aaron Phillips, Jordan Willis and Billy Daniels so we hope they can train today but we'll manage the situation." 

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