Coventry City have been making the buzz of recent due to their summer transfer moves.
Nine players have joined the team since the end of the last season. The coach Mark Robbins is keen on getting his side ready so they can bond well before the league resumes. Bookies have been impressed but can City get promotion May next year?
Dion Kelly-Evans, Lee Burge, Ryan Haynes and Chris Stokes renewed their contract with the club as a show of commitment and good faith. Liam O’Brien, Peter Vincenti, Dominic Hyam, Jack Grimmer, Michael Doyle, Marc McNulty, Liam Kelly and MaximeBiamou have joined, tapping into the Robins project. Read More
Former Coventry City academy player James Maddison is backing Coventry City for promotion next season.
He said that he was sad when he heard that Coventry City was relegated from league one but he believes that this will only be temporary.
The player who is now at Norwich City believes that the club is now in the hands of a good manager and that there is no doubt that they will be able to win promotion to League One next season itself.
He said that despite the fact that he is far from his hometown he always go to see them play whenever he has the chance.
He believes that there are some good players with experience in the team and that they will be able to bounce back to League One. Read More
The chair of troubled club Coventry City Tim Fisher has confirmed that the club was still planning on leaving Ricoh Arena.
He met with a supporters’ group where he announced thatthe club’s RFC Chairman Jon Sharp had agreed to a move that will see them share the Coventry Rugby’s Butts Park Arena.
Fisher said the owners of the club Sisu no longer have plans for a new stadium. The club is contracted to remain at Ricoh until next year.
“We weren’t able to close a land deal on our own stadium – full stop. But we have spent a lot of time working with the Football League and Coventry Rugby Club to develop a stadium which would be more than ample in terms of capacity,” Fisher said.
The chair reiterated that the plan of the club was to remain in the city. He also confirmed that Sharp has decided to commit as long as there as there was “some form of mediation.” Read More
West Ham United young midfielder, Marcus Browne has been linked to a loan move from the club to Coventry City and rumors on Twitter says the youngster has been on City’s radar since December.
Revelations by Telegraph
have it that the youngster could move quite sooner than expected to the club side.
Last month, December, had seen representatives of Sky Blues in attendance as the 19 year old attacking midfielder featured for the Under 23s of West Ham in a game against Wolves.
On Twitter, Browne has also been in contact with Jodi Jones, one of Coventry City’s players, thus sparking speculations that in no distant time, they could be teammates.
Earlier in the season, during the Checkatrade Trophy, the young midfielder had featured for West Ham against City and had showed off a very impressive form.
So far, the midfielder has made progress through the Academy ranks at West Ham. He is also very highly rated at the East-London club. Read More
Coventry City might play away from their ‘home,’ according to developments regarding a long-term stadium.
The future of the club is unclear as they are set to go without a home when their agreement to play at Ricoh Arena expires next year. Fans have asked that the club owners, Sisu, sell to better managers. Even the chair of the Football Association, Greg Clarke has expressed his disappointment with the situation at the club. He was speaking at the Culture, Media and Sport committee in Westminster.
“Coventry City is a very, very sad case. It’s a fine football club 20 miles from my home town and I still remember them winning the FA Cup.
“Their fans have had a torrid time and the bad blood that now exists between the owners, the fans, the local council has failed to be healed by multiple acts of mediation by the Football League,” said Clarke.
The Telegraph newspaper in the city is campaigning that the owners sell after documenting years of falling revenues, attendances and league positions. The club only returned to Ricoh for two years after reaching an agreement in 2014. A rent issue forced the club to play home games in Northampton. With the current situation, the club might have to play the games away from home again. Read More
English club, Coventry City have announced a new two-year shirt sponsorship deal with Coventry property estate agency Allsopp & Allsopp.
The Sky Blues have signed a six-figure agreement with the firm who have offices in Coventry, Leamington Spa and Duabi and is run by Coventry-born brothers Carl and Lewis Allsopp. The firm’s logo will continue to be sported on the home shirt but it will now also feature on the away shirt and Under-21s kits for the next two seasons.
The Executive vice chairman Chris Anderson said:
“We are delighted to be continuing our relationship with Allsopp & Allsopp.
“Their continued sponsorship represents a great show of faith in the club from a local, Coventry-based business.
“Coventry City FC is committed to working alongside local companies and businesses to help the Sky Blues’ vision grow.
“Allsopp & Allsopp have been a highly valued partner of the football club. They are proving to be hugely successful in the city and we will strive to match that success on the pitch over the course of next season!”
Allsopp Allsopp managing director Carl Allsopp added:
“We’re delighted we’ve secured another two seasons with our logo on the Coventry City shirt. There are two reasons. Read More