Coventry City have been knocked out of the EFL Cup following their defeat in the first round of the competition. The Sky Blues are no longer in the EFL Cup this season after they were beaten at home by fellow English Championship side Bristol City.

English Championship outfit Coventry City have not been able to play any game at their home ground due to the fact that the pitch is unsafe. Their home game against Bristol City in the EFL Cup on Wednesday took place at the Pirelli Stadium in Burton.Coventry City went behindon 12 minutes when experienced Scottish attacker Kal Naismithfound the back of the net. Six minutes later, Tommy Conway scored the first of his two goals to double the lead for visitors Bristol City. His brace was completed on the half-hour mark to edge his team 3-0 ahead. Continue reading “COVENTRY CITY OUT OF EFL CUP”


Brighton and Hove Albion left-back Alex Cochrane is a transfer target for English Championship side Coventry City according to the report from English publication The Sun. Coventry City is eyeing a move for Cochrane as a potential replacement forChelsea loanee Ian Maatsen.

Dutchman Maatsengave a good account of himself during his loan spell at Coventry City during the just concluded season. The left-sided defender joined the Sky Blues from Chelsea last summer and he’s expected to return to the Premier League team this summer in time for preseason. Also, he has been linked with Borussia Dortmund and Barcelona this season. Maatsen will most likely not return to Coventry City considering the interest in his signature. He could also stay at Chelsea though he might find it difficult to force his way into the starting XI with England international Ben Chilwell back from injury.Chilwell is back to full fitness having recovered from a serious knee injury picked up last year. Continue reading “COCHRANE ON COVENTRY CITY RADAR”


Coventry City won’t be signing Robbie McKenzie this summer according to the report from Coventry Live. English Championship outfit Coventry City are in the hunt for new players this summer and they have been seriously linked with a move for Gillingham star McKenzie.

23-year-old McKenzie has been linked with Coventry City on the back of a very good season for Gillingham in League One thoughCoventry Live reporter Andy Turner is certain that the Sky Blues are not interested in the versatile player. McKenzie can play in defence or midfield as he has demonstrated for Gillingham on numerous occasions.On McKenzie, Turner said the Hull-born man won’t be signing for Coventry City. Continue reading “NO MCKENZIE TRANSFER FOR COVENTRY CITY”


English Championship bottom team Barnsley have given themselves a huge lifeline in their bid to escape demotion to League One at the end of this season following their surprising 1-0 home win over Premier League promotion chasers Queens Park Rangers (QPR) last weekend. It was their first win in 14 Championship games and they would be looking to make it two league wins in a row for the first time this season when they take on hosts Coventry City on Saturday.

DomingosQuina scored a stunning goal to give the Tykes all three points at the expense of West London team QPR. Despite the win over  QPR, Barnsley are six points off safety.


Spanish giants Barcelona are reportedly eyeing a shock move for Chelsea loanee Ian Maatsen. Chelsea starlet Maatsen is presently on a season-long loan deal to Coventry City in the English Championship. The left-back joined the Sky Blues on loan at the start of the season.

The shock interest of Barcelona in the Coventry City defender was disclosed by English publication The Sun. Maatsen has been one of the best players at Coventry City this season and he has been able to help the club to contention for a playoff spot at the end of the season. The Sky Blues have spent a lot of weeks in the playoff places this season as far as the English Championship is concerned, but they are in seventh spot at the moment and one point off sixth and the final playoff spot currently occupied by Stoke City. Coventry City have 34 points from 22 games, while Queens Park Rangers (QPR) in fifth and Stoke City in sixth both have 35 points though West London club QPR have played one game less than the likes of Stoke City and Coventry City.


Although the reports are yet to be confirmed, it looks as though Manchester United’s Young goalkeeper Nathan Bishop is attracting interest from a number of clubs ahead of the January winter transfer window. The young goalkeeper has the aspiration of becoming the starting option for the Red Devils in the future but even though he is still very much young, that could be a rather expensive dream to achieve. Manchester United are famous for always being stocked with sheer quality in the goalkeeping department and this has been evident in the fact that they’ve had the likes of Peter Schmeichel, Edwin van der Sar, and David de Gea over the years.

DE Gea is still at the club and even though he is still considered to be one of the best goalkeepers in the world, he still has to battle Dean Henderson for a starting role between the sticks for United. The problem for Bishop now is that United are not the sort of club to totally insist against buying a new goalkeeper in favor of promoting one from the academy and if they keep that in mind as something they would like to continue, then Bishop may just have to find himself another club as soon as possible because the earlier the better for him. Continue reading “UNITED GOALKEEPER LINKED WITH JANUARY COVENTRY MOVE”