Former Coventry City player and manager Micky Adams has added to the ground share debate at Sixfields whilst being interviewed on BBC Coventry & Warwickshire ahead of the game against Colchester United.
Adams stated that he could sense problems at the club with the move to The Ricoh Arena, even before SISU took over the club and that the club should never have left Highfield Road ‘as there was nothing wrong with the ground.’
The current Port Vale manager, who host Coventry in two weeks time revealed he never bought into ‘Operation Premiership’ revealing that figures released to the public for players purchased were false, but ‘as manager had to do what his boss said’ and not say anything with figures not adding up.
Describing the atmosphere as ‘odd’ Adams revealed he had already travelled to Sixfields to scout City and wasn’t impressed with the arrangements saying the club will lose a generation of supporters.
Adams called for all parties to sit and get the club back into Coventry in an honest interview.