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A power play is taking place at Coventry City FC which sums up the very worst of football club ownership issues in 2013.
Coventry City’s Chief Executive Tim Fisher seems to still be running the club, even though it is supposed to be in administration.
Things don’t get any easier for League One club Coventry City, whose owners continue to make pronouncements on its behalf even though the administrator is supposed to be in charge of the stricken club.
The hedge-fund’s latest round of legal action threatens opening a can of worms that could have implications for more clubs than just Coventry City.