Date: 29th June 2011 at 5:36pm
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So unlucky with injury over the past few seasons, Isaac Osbourne has a great chance to re-establish his career after being released by Coventry City with a deal to sign for SPL side Aberdeen.

The versatile Osbourne was highly-thought of by many a Sky Blues boss including Chris Coleman in particular but suffered not only from injury problems but also his ability to fill in right-back which perhaps prevented him making a midfield berth his own.

Following an impressive trial at Pittodrie, Aberdeen manager Craig Brown, quoted in the Press & Journal, has said: ‘He was outstanding for Coventry City in the Championship and played more than 100 games for the club.

‘He is a competitive ball-winning, aggresive player and is an all-round good, solid professional.’

Vital Coventry wishes Ozzy well in Scotland.

 

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