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Ben Stevenson

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Swindon see Lameiras bid rejected by Coventry

League One rivals Swindon Town have reportedly seen a Deadline Day bid for Rúben Lameiras rejected. Lameiras hasn’t started in the league for Coventry since November, but has started in the Checkatrade Trophy games for The Sky Blues, and scored the winning penalty against Swansea City U21’s last Tuesday. Lameiras’ contract is also up in … Continue reading

Fifa 17 Coventry City player ratings released

The newest edition of the highly anticipated FIFA series is released internationally next week, and with the EA Access trial version of the game out now, the Coventry City player ratings have been revealed. There’s a new face with the highest rating for The Sky Blues, with Bulgarian midfielder Vladimir Gadzhev getting a rating of … Continue reading

RELEASED LIST 2016 | Johnson & Martin head released list

Former Coventry City captain Réda Johnson heads the released list for 2016. Coventry City manager Tony Mowbray has today revealed Sam Ricketts and Marcus Tudgay will be spoken to regarding extending their stay with The Sky Blues, but Johnson, along with nine fellow players will be released at the end of their current contracts. January … Continue reading

FIFA 16 Coventry City players & ratings revealed.

Highly anticipated video-game Fifa 16 is now just weeks away, last week the demo was released and today the Coventry City squad stats were released. Once again, it’s the Club captain with the highest overall rating, with Sam Ricketts rated 72, one ahead of last season’s highest rated player Réda Johnson at 71; a two point … Continue reading

Nine players sign scholarships with Coventry City.

Nine first-year scholars have put pen to paper on deals for the 2013/14 Premier Academy League campaign with Coventry City. They will link up with the Coventry City Under-18s as the Academy continues to produce talent which can progress into professional football. The scholars include twins Dion and Devon Kelly-Evans (pictured) as well as Cian Harries … Continue reading