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Jodi Jones ruptures ACL

Coventry City have today confirmed that winger Jodi Jones ruptured his Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) in a clash at Stevenage on Tuesday evening. The injury, the worst possible outcome following scans immediately following the injury, now means Jones’ season is ended prematurely and will now require surgery in the coming weeks. The blow rules Jones … Continue reading

Northampton Town Football Club statement regarding ACL legal action withdrawal.

Northampton Town Football Club have this afternoon released a statement regarding ACL’s withdrawal of legal against the club for hosting Coventry City home matches. ACL, jointly owned by Coventry City Council and The Higgs Trust, yesterday released a statement of their own which revealed that they would not be proceeding with legal action against the … Continue reading

Coventry City looking at four potential sites for new stadium.

It has today been revealed that Coventry City Football Club are now looking at four potential sites for their new stadium. At the end of the 2012/2013 season, the club revealed they were leaving The Ricoh Arena – their home since 2005, and were going to build a new stadium ‘in the Coventry area’ after … Continue reading

Coventry City release a statement on CVA rejection.

Coventry City Football Club have this afternoon released the following statement regarding ACL’s rejection of the CVA before the start of the 2013/2014 Season. Tim Fisher, Chief Executive of Coventry City, said: “It still mystifies us why ACL voted against the CVA. “The subsequent “explanations” have not given any clarity on the motivation for ACL … Continue reading

Football League admit “serious errors” in Coventry City administration.

The Football League have today admitted “serious errors” were made in the administration process of Coventry City Football Club. The errors relate to The Football League making mistakes in registering players to the wrong company, as revealed by The Coventry Telegraph. Today, is the first time The Football League have publicly admitted mistakes had been … Continue reading

SISU appeals High Court’s rejection of judicial review

Coventry City Football Club owner’s Sisu Capital Limited have appealed against the decision by a High Court Judge to reject a judicial review of the council’s £14m taxpayer bailout of The Ricoh Arena. The news comes just hours before a number of City fans are to once again protest in London outside the Football League’s … Continue reading

‘A statement on Coventry City’ – by City fan Rob Summerfield.

Earlier this summer, we highlighted one City fan’s email to The Football League in protest at the club’s proposed plans to groundshare with a fellow Football League club. Today we are highlighting another City fan’s view. Over the past few weeks, statement after statement has been released by numerous sides, ACL, administator Paul Appleton, the football … Continue reading

Coventry City Football Club release statement in response to ACL statement.

Coventry City Football Club have this evening released a statement stating they “have nothing to hide” – and point the blame for liquidation at the feet of ACL. This evening’s statement is a direct reply to the statement released by ACL following their rejection of the CVA presented to them as a creditor of the … Continue reading

Full ACL statement

Following Coventry City’s 3-2 loss at Crawley Town in their first League One game of the 2013/2014 season, Arena Coventry Limited (ACL) have released a statement regarding their decision to reject the CVA yesterday resulting in Coventry City Ltd. entering liquidation, and a subsequent 10-point deduction. FULL ACL STATEMENT: “The Board of Arena Coventry Limited … Continue reading

Otium awarded Football League ‘Golden Share’ – Coventry City deducted 10 points.

In the last ten minutes, the Football League have confirmed they have awarded Otium Entertainment Group Limited the Golden Share for Coventry City to compete in the 2013/2014 Season, and have deducted the club 10 points. The ten point deduction is somewhat of a shock, with the majority expecting at least a 15-point deduction following … Continue reading