Posts Tagged "Coventry City"

Utter Confusion Reigns At Coventry City

By on Mar 23, 2013 in Finance, Latest | 4 comments

It has been a busy week for Coventry City Football Club. On the pitch the team itself remains just three points from the play-off places as the season ends its closing stages, but few eyes are concentrated on events on the pitch at present, as the breakdown in the relations between ACL, the company which manages The Ricoh Arena, and SISU, the hedge fund which owns...

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Does Administration – Or Perhaps Even Liquidation – Now Beckon For Coventry City?

By on Mar 13, 2013 in Finance, Latest | 5 comments

This evening at The Ricoh Arena in front of a paltry looking crowd of less than 9,500 people, a free kick two minutes into stoppage time at the end of the match between Coventry City and Colchester United rescued a point for the home team which might have previously appeared lost. It was a result which leaves the Sky Blues in ninth place in League On. The team is...

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Imminent Concerns For Coventry City

By on Feb 15, 2013 in Finance, Latest | 4 comments

Loyalty and football have seldom been happy bedfellows, but supporters of League One club Coventry City could well be wondering this morning who is fighting their corner after a week of extremely bad news, with the departure of Mark Robins, a manager who had transformed their season from what was starting to look like another dour fight against relegation into one...

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Match Of The Past: Coventry City

By on Dec 26, 2012 in Latest, Video | 0 comments

Boxing Day seems like the ideal day for repeats, so this afternoon we continue our series of archive matches from the clubs of League One with Coventry City. The club has been suffering hard times of late, but today we go back to take a look at six matches from the club’s three and a half unbroken decades in the top division of English football, kicking off...

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From The Ricoh Arena To Nene Park: When Blue Sky Thinking & Sky Blue Thinking Shouldn’t Mix

By on Dec 12, 2012 in Finance, Latest | 2 comments

The announcement from its owners that Coventry City Football Club may consider moving forty-five miles from its home city to play its home matches at the currently vacant Nene Park in Irthlingborough may be considered the world’s spectacularly unsubtle act of brinkmanship, but it should probably be added that such madness shouldn’t be considered...

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