Andy Thorn

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BEHIND THE NUMBERS | Coventry chalk up 100 Ricoh Arena wins

The 3-1 victory over Sheffield United this afternoon was Coventry City’s 100th victory at the ground since moving from Highfield Road in 2005. In 255 games, Coventry City have walked away with 100 wins, 72 draws and 83 losses. This season also saw Coventry City chalk up 12 wins at The Ricoh, the joint highest … Continue reading

Andy Thorn sacked as Kidderminster Harriers manager after two months in charge.

Former Coventry City manager Andy Thorn has today been sacked of Skrill Premier League side Kidderminster Harriers. Thorn, who was sacked by the Sky Blues after just three games of the 2012/2013 Season, leaves Aggborough after just two months at the helm of the club. On the official Kidderminster Harriers website, the following statement was … Continue reading

Andy Thorn appointed Kidderminster Harriers manager.

Former Coventry City manager Andy Thorn has today been appointed as the new manager of Kidderminster Harriers Football Club. It is Thorn’s first managerial job since losing his City job three games into the 2012/2013 League One season. Thorn first joined City as chief scout, bringing stars such as Danny Fox, Scott Dann and Aron … Continue reading

Big Match Preview; Birmingham City (H)

Venue: The Ricoh Arena Comepetition: Capital One League Cup, 2nd Round Date/Kick Off: Tuesday, August 28th 2012, 7.45pm Coventry City scraped through to the Second Round of the League Cup for the first time in four seasons with a 1-0 victory away at Dagenham & Redbridge and now welcome Championship side Birmingham City as they look to progess … Continue reading

Dennis Wise; next Coventry City manager?

Following the sacking of Andy Thorn yesterday, Coventry City are currently on the lookout for a new manager for the twelfth time since relegation from the Premier League in 2001. Ex-players Richard Shaw and Lee Carsley have been placed in temporary charge at the Ricoh Arena ahead of the Capital Cup Round Two clash with … Continue reading

Sky Blues sack manager Thorn.

Earlier this afternoon, Coventry City confirmed they had parted ways with manager Andy Thorn. Thorn, who joined the club as Head Scout, found himself as the caretaker manager, alongside Steve Harrison at the end of the 2010/2011 season following the dismissal of Aidy Boothroyd after less than a season at the helm. Following a string … Continue reading

Thorn: Not going anywhere

 Coventry boss Andy Thorn has denied “malicious” rumours he has quit as the Sky Blues’ boss. Thorn told ccfc.co.uk; “I would like to go on record to dismiss the speculation surrounding my position at Coventry City Football Club. “I am as committed as ever to bringing success to the club, improving the players and the team, … Continue reading

DULIEU: No stone left unturned

Coventry City chairman Ken Dulieu has insisted that he and Andy Thorn are doing all they can to bring in players on loan. Following the departures of Keiren Westwood, Aron Gunnarsson and Marlon King amongst others in the summer, and only Joe Murphy, Chris Dunn and Cody McDonald joining the ranks, the Sky Blues are … Continue reading

THORN: Clingan wants to stay

Coventry City manager Andy Thorn has dismissed further reports that Leeds United are to make a £1m pound bid for captain Sammy Clingan. Reports have been circling for the past week that the West Yorkshire club were planning to swoop for City’s Northern Irish international, who only has one year left on his contract at … Continue reading

Turner & McPake could return for Hinkley game

Coventry City’s defense could be boosted for tomorrow’s pre-season friendly against Hinkley United at the Greene King Stadium, with both Ben Turner and James McPake having returned to full training. Turner had been out since November with a knee problem, whilst McPake suffered a back injury back against Barnsley in January, both of which caused … Continue reading