Coventry City have completed their first signing of the summer as Portsmouth revealed that Michael Doyle has left and joined Coventry.
Michael Doyle makes a return to Coventry City after leaving the club back in 2011.
The experienced midfielder played over 250 games for Coventry between 2003 and 2011, earning the club’s Player of the Year award in 2004/05.
After leaving Coventry, the once-capped Republic of Ireland international joined Sheffield United, where he stayed until joining Portsmouth two seasons ago.
During his time with Pompey, Doyle skippered the side to the League Two championship a couple of weeks ago but his contract was up at the end of this season.
The 35-year-old is now returning to Coventry, where he previously enjoyed 8 impressive years, as he tries to help the Sky Blues win promotion back to the third tier.
Coventry were relegated from League One this season and Mark Robins will be looking to bounce back immediately.
He has snapped up Doyle to add some steel, experience, passion and no-nonsense tackling to the midfield.
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