Quirke released by Coventry City
By Covsupport News Service/RD
Updated Saturday, 7th May 2011
Former Academy goal keeper not offered new deal
Michael Quirke has been released by Coventry City and so the 19 year old former academy graduate will now be leaving the club at the end of the season.
Coventry City manager Andy Thorn told the youngster on Thursday that the club would not be offering him a new contract.
Quirke has been an admirable replacement for the injured Kieren Westwood on four occasions this season and kept a clean sheet against Reading in City's last home game of the season.
He is playing his last game for the Sky Blues in their final game of the season away to Norwich today.
Quirke made his Coventry City debut when he came on as a substitute in 14 August 2010 in the 2–2 draw at Watford coming on to replace injured on loan 'keeper Iain Turner after just 18 minutes.
Quirke was the winner of the Covsupport Young Player of the Year 2010.
All at Covsupport News Service wish Michael all the best for the future