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Tom Bayliss & Dujon Sterling named in England U19 European Championship squad

Coventry City will have two representatives in the England Under 19 Squad for the 2018 UEFA U19 European Championships after midfielder Tom Bayliss and defender Dujon Sterling were both named in Paul Simpson’s squad for the tournament. This is the first time Bayliss has been named in an England squad following on from a hugely … Continue reading

George Thomas given Wales debut

Former Coventry City forward George Thomas today made his full international debut for Wales. Twelve months after leaving The Sky Blues following their relegation to SKyBet League Two, his international debut comes less than 24 hours after City won The Play-Off Final at Wembley to secure their immediate return to League One. Thomas was given … Continue reading

George Thomas called up for Wales

Coventry City forward George Thomas has today been called up for The Wales U21 squad to compete in this month’s Toulon Tournament. Fresh off scoring the winning goal at Wembley in The Checkatrade Trophy Final, and finishing 2016/2017 as Coventry City’s top goalscorer, Thomas has been rewarded for his breakthrough into City’s first team. Sky … Continue reading

Robbie Keane bows out of international football

Former Coventry City striker Robbie Keane this evening bowed out of international football for the Republic of Ireland, in their 4-0 win over Oman. After making his international debut 19 years ago, Keane went on to make 146 appearances for The Republic of Ireland, scoring 68 goals –┬ámaking him the record goalscorer for his country … Continue reading

Wales reject Hull’s Coleman approach

The Football Association of Wales has confirmed that they have rejected an approach from Premier League side Hull City, for manager Chris Coleman. Former Coventry City manager Coleman, 46, signed a new two-year contract with Wales back in May, before famously leading the Dragons to the semi-finals of Euro 2016 – their first major tournament … Continue reading

Coleman leads Wales to Euro 2016 Quarter Finals

Former Coventry City manager Chris Coleman has this evening led Wales to the Quarter-Finals of Euro 2016. After leading Wales to the last-sixteen in their first major tournament for 50 years, Coleman this evening saw his side defeat Northern Ireland 1-0 thanks to a Gareth McAuley own goal in the 75th minute. Wales also reached … Continue reading

Gunnarsson to face England in Euro 2016 last 16

Former Coventry City midfielder Aron Gunnarsson will captain Iceland against England next Monday evening in the last 16 of Euro 2016. Iceland, competing in their first major tournament, finished second in Group F ahead of Portugal thanks to a 93rd minute winner against Austria on Wednesday evening, setting up a meeting with The Three Lions … Continue reading

Coleman leads Wales to Euro 2016 knockout stages

Former Coventry City manager Chris Coleman has led Wales to the last-16 knockout stages of Euro 2016, in┬átheir first major tournament for 50 years. By defeating Russia 3-0 this evening, combined with England failing to defeat Slovakia in their final Group B game, Coleman’s Wales pipped Roy Hodgson’s side to the top of the group. … Continue reading

Jack Stephens selected for Toulon Tournament

Former Coventry City loanee Jack Stephens has been selected by Under 21’s manager Gareth Southgate to represent England at The Toulon Tournament, which begins next week. Stephens, who joined the Sky Blues on loan from Premier League in February, made 16 appearances for Tony Mowbray’s side which just missed out on the play-offs. Stephens has … Continue reading

England U-21s to return to Ricoh Arena in October.

The England U-21s will return to The Ricoh Arena for their third visit to the ground next month as they take on Kazakhstan in their first 2017 European Championship Qualifier. The Three Lions first visited The Ricoh Arena in 2006, where a Leighton Baines thunderbolt was enough to defeat Germany 1-0, before they returned in … Continue reading

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