Former Yeovil Town left-winger Michael McIndoe is on the look-out for a new club after being released by Championship side Coventry City. The 31 year old has not been offered a new deal after two years with the Sky Blues after only featuring for them fleetingly during the 2010-11 season.
Overall he clocked up 50 appearances for Coventry, scoring one goal for them along the way, but the arrival of Aidy Boothroyd as manager last summer did not serve him well, with the Scotsman making just one substitute appearance in the league last August before being sidelined.
An eight game loan spell with Milton Keynes Dons included his return to Huish Park on January 3rd where he was involved in the incident that led to Jean-Paul Kalala's red card that day, but it was only when Boothroyd departed in mid-March that he was able to return to Coventry's first team, making a further five appearances before being shown the door.
Caretaker boss Andy Thorn told the Coventry Telegraph that he had no complaints about McIndoe's work ethic since he took over the reins from Boothroyd, but with the winger reported by the paper as one of the club's top earners, they were looking for fresh blood:
"We wish him all the best. He has been terrific since he has come back into the squad. His attitude has been good, heís trained well but heís not been offered a new contract. It has just not worked out for him at Coventry, and sometimes that happens. I remember it happened to me in my career and thatís football, but heís been a great kid. We brought him back in from the wilderness this season and he got his head down and had a go."
Since playing his last game for Coventry, McIndoe has put on a Yeovil Town shirt - he played in the recent Adam Stansfield Testimonial against Exeter City at St James Park played earlier this month.
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