Former Coventry City midfielder Gary Deegan has said that he is glad to have washed his hands of Coventry City.
The Irishman, who was packed off to Hibernian, after his place at Coventry became untenable following a tweet he made whilst on holiday in Dubai, told The Herald: "I'm glad to wash my hands of it now and move on.
"To be honest, it's a complete write-off for me. In my eyes I never really got a chance last year. There was the injury as well which didn't help. Basically it just never worked out for me at all. I had thought it was going to be my big break when I first went over and I got in the team and was doing quite well. But I had a setback and didn't really recover from it. I fell out with managers and when that happens you can see how things are going to pan out. I knew it was time to move on and I'm glad that I did. I feel that I'm at a better club now, if I'm being honest."
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