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Coventry's Michael McIndoe makes MK Dons loan switch

Michael McIndoe
McIndoe started his professional career at Luton

Milton Keynes Dons have secured the signing of Coventry City winger Michael McIndoe on loan until 1 January.

The 30-year-old has made just two appearances for the Sky Blues this season, with his only start coming in the Carling Cup.

Dons boss Karl Robinson said: "Hopefully Michael can get a lot out of his time with us.

"It's something we've been working on for a while so I'd like to thank Aidy Boothroyd and Coventry."

He added: "Michael has a wealth of experience, earned by playing regularly in big games and we're extremely fortunate to be able to call on a player of his quality."


McIndoe has played for eight different clubs during his career including Luton Town, Derby County and Barnsley.

Wolves splashed out £250,000 for his services in January 2007 after he impressed during a loan spell, but he moved on to Bristol City six months later.

The Scot switched to Coventry in the summer last year and has since made 41 league appearances, scoring once.

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Winger McIndoe signs for Coventry
04 Aug 09 |  Coventry
Bristol City sign winger McIndoe
13 Jul 07 |  Bristol City
Wolves sign McIndoe and Kightly
01 Jan 07 |  Wolves
Wolves snap up Barnsley's McIndoe
24 Nov 06 |  Wolves
Barnsley secure McIndoe signature
13 Jul 06 |  Barnsley
McIndoe demands Yeovil exit
15 Jul 03 |  Yeovil

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