Following his first game on Monday against Birmingham City since returning from injury, Coventry City goalkeeper Marko Marosi has revealed how it felt like being out of action after suffering the injury that stopped him from stepping in the field of play for several weeks.
Marosi spent over two months on the side-lines and could do nothing but watch his team play and continue his rehabilitation process and has now revealed that he contained so much frustration during that period. He suffered a facial injury towards the end of November last year in their 1-0 win over Championship rivals Cardiff City and had since missed a couple of games for his club before making his return this past Monday. Continue reading “Coventry City Goalie Talks Up Return From Injury In Latest Interview”
COVENTRY CITY SECURE CRUCIAL LEAGUE WIN
English Championship newcomers Coventry City have boosted their hopes of getting out of the relegation zone after they saw off Welsh opposition Cardiff City during their game on Wednesday night. Coventry City played hosts to Cardiff City in a week 13 duel at the St. Andrew’s Stadium, the home of fellow Championship team Birmingham City.
After an interesting first half which ended with no goal on either side, Coventry City took the lead in the 54th minute through their lone striker Tommy Walker. The hosts thereafter held on for the three points that will go a long way to boost their survival hopes in the English Championship, the second tier of English football.
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Coventry City’s 22-year-old winger Jodi Jones has suffered a major injury on his right knee. In a setback to the club, Jones ruptured the Anterior Cruciate Ligament or ACL of his knee while training with the team last week.
This is the third time in as many years that the key to Coventry’s forward line will go under the surgeon’s knife. He was earlier operated upon for injuries to his left knee in 2018 as well as a year later. The club’s management expressed disappointment at the development but hoped that with the intervention of the best surgeon in Europe Jodi will rejoin his passion on the field sooner than later. The club’s management has assured of facilitating the best medical help to the player.
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A report has been published stating that the players of Coventry City and their counterparts in English Football League have been informed that it is not compulsory for them to play games during the COVID-19 pandemic when the season resumes ultimately. The chiefs of English Football League have all come up with a temporary idea so that they can restart the season on 6th June provided the environment and the conditions are safe by then for playing.
Rick Parry is the EFL Chairman. He said that he is keen to finish the season and wants all the remaining matches to be played which includes the play-offs that generally happen at the end of the season. He has insisted to play the games behind-closed-doors if possible by July end only if the players feel safe to play.
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Martin Keown, none for his hay days at Arsenal says in spite of the call for Phil Jones to retire from football and try other sports, the Manchester United center back remains a great player. He remains one of the most expensive teenage defender to have joined the Red Devils.
Many people aren’t even aware he
is still at United. His appearance on the bench or field is always greeted with
shock. Many think he is on loan at clubs like Coventry. The number of blunders
he commits on the field of play is the number of times he’s played. There is no
surprise in seeing fans shocked to see his name on the team sheet. The only
surprised is if one does not understand why the fans feel that way.
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Coventry City were disappointed after playing a 2-2 draw with Peterborough United in their League One. The match which was a game of two halves saw Coventry dominate large spells of the game before the Home team snatched a draw in the 95th minute.
manager Mark Robins revealed after the game that the team was disappointed with
the result which saw them drop to sixth on the standings. Coventry came into
the match with a gameplan to disrupt the rhythm of the game and make life
difficult for Peterborough.
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