Page to turn a new leaf at Highfield Rd?

Last updated : 21 February 2005 By Michael Morris
Less than a week after pledging himself to the Bluebirds it looks as if his City career is over.

Despite being out injured for a couple of weeks Coventry want him now.

"Robert doesn't want to leave Cardiff City and I don't want him to go," Lennie told todays Echo. "But he wants to play first team football. He's done that all his life.

"He has been unlucky at Cardiff being injured for a good part of the season. He is a good player. Robert is two or three weeks from fitness, but Coventry want him to go now."

Page skippered Wales against Hungary less than 2 weeks ago and during that game injured his knee. At City the fine form of James Collins and Daniel Gabbidon has kept Tony Vidmar and Page out of the team. Page has found himself 4th choice and not even on the bench in recent times.

Coventry are battling with City for Championship survival. They have appointed Mickey Adams as manager and last weekend he recorded his first league win as Sky Blues manager. Coventry had lost their previous 5 league games. They sit one place and two points below Cardiff having played a game more.

Adams has already completed the signing of Stoke defender Marcus Hall today. Cardiff face Coventry for the last time at Highfield Rd in March. The Sky Blues move into a new stadium next season.