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Ivan Guerrero has been refused a work permit by the Department of Education and Employment for the second time, leaving his transfer to Coventry in limbo.
Sky Blues officials revealed to the official club website that the government had turned down their application after two days of talks.

However Coventry secretary Graham Hover is confident of securing the transfer within three months.

Hover said: "That's it for the time being, but within three months maximum, Honduras will be in the FIFA rankings, as averaged over a two-year period and we'll apply again.

"It's obviously a blow that we've not been successful this time around, but there's still every reason to believe Ivan Guerrero will play for Coventry City."

Bizarrely The Sky Blues were given an extension for Mo Konjic's work-permit, and after a period decimated by injury, the Bosnian defender could finally show his mettle.

Coventry seem to be booking a regular seat at the DoEE, something that Hover believes could have worked against them.

He said: ""It probably went against us that we were making two applications at the same time, but it's not the end with Guerrero."
 
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Coventry's appeal against a decision to deny Honduran international Ivan Guerrero a work-permit has ended in failure - for the time being. But last night Coventry were confident Guerrero would be a City player within three months. But within three months maximum, Honduras will be in the FIFA rankings, as averaged over a two-year period and Coventry will apply again.
 
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