The Coventry city manager Mark Robins has said that the team has definitely made progress in the last few weeks after they secured their second win of the season against Leyton Orient in the weekend. It has been a difficult start to the new season for Coventry City after they have been spending time closer to the bottom of the table. Now, as a result of this victory, they not only stay in touch with the teams trying to get out of the relegation zone, but they also get a much-needed confidence boost. Robins has been saying that the team has shown a lot of improvement in the last few weeks.
David McGoldrick scored a goal in the sixth minute, which was enough to give Coventry City all the three points from the match. Even though they still remain in the relegation zone, the manager believes that the victory was a step in the right direction for the players and the club. He is now hoping that the manage to use the confidence secure from this victory to go on and win more matches in the next few weeks. Robins has also said that he is extremely happy with the clean sheet as well.
“We were a little better. I’d still like us to be on the front foot more and get tighter to our opposition and there’s loads of little things and areas where we need to be better. It’s just about putting those building blocks in place and Saturday certainly helped. I’m satisfied with the progress because the lads have worked hard this week and they’ve stuck to the task so the three points are most welcome,” said the Coventry manager. The club will be taking on Arlesey Town in the FA Cup before playing against Crawley town in the league.