Former Ipswich Town striker released by Coventry City

Frank Nouble

Frank Nouble

Former Ipswich Town striker Frank Nouble has been released by League One Coventry City.

The 23-year-old scored seven times in 34 games for the Sky Blues after initially signing on-loan at the Ricoh Arena, from Town, in September.

The former Wolves man then penned a permanent deal with the club in January but has not done enough to impress City boss, ex-Ipswich favourite Tony Mowbray.

Nouble scored five goals in 60 appearances while at Portman Road.

Nouble joins a clutch of players let go by Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy in the last couple of years, that are on the look-out for new clubs.

Jay Emmanuel-Thomas has been released by League One champions Bristol City, despite scoring 12 goals in the Robins’ promotion campaign, while Carlos Edwards, injured for much of the season, has been freed by Millwall, who were relegated from the Championship.

Paddy Kenny, Elliott Hewitt, Anthony Wordsworth, Jack Marriott and Paul Taylor are also seeking pastures new, the latter quartet having spent the majority of the 2014/15 season on-loan.

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Darren Ambrose, Paul Anderson, Richard Chaplow and the Hunt brothers, Noel and Stephen, who all played their part in Ipswich’s road to the play-off semi-finals this season, have been told by McCarthy that there is no deal on the table for them at Portman Road, at this time.

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