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Coventry first Premier League founding member to be relegated to League Two

Coventry City have become the first founding member of The English Premier League (1992/1993) to be relegated to the fourth tier of English football. Since the inception of The FA Premier League as it was known in 1992/1993, 47 different sides have competed in the competition, and whereas now there are 20 sides each season, … Continue reading

Cian Harries to train with Liverpool?

Premier League giants Liverpool have reportedly invited Coventry City defender Cian Harries to train with their first team ahead of a possible transfer. The Daily Mail are reportedly that Harries, who only made his full debut in the final game of the 2015/2016 Season, has been invited to Melwood to take part in a trial … Continue reading

Henderson & Sturridge in England Euro 2016 squad

Former Coventry City stars Jordan Henderson & Daniel Sturridge have been named by Roy Hodgson in England’s final 23 man squad for The UEFA European Championships in France. Henderson & Sturridge, now both at Liverpool have both been included by Hodgson despite injury concerns last season. Other notable former Sky Blues going to Euro 2016 … Continue reading

Mowbray masterminds Cole coup.

Coventry City manager Tony Mowbray has this evening completed a major transfer coup, landing former England international midfielder Joe Cole on loan from Premier League side Aston Villa. In a transfer not too far on the unbelievable scale from the Juan Roman Riquelme rumour from the summer, Sky Blues’ boss Tony Mowbray has brought in … Continue reading

Hillsborough to be remembered.

This weekend Peterborough United v. Coventry City will be just one of the games to kick off at 15.07 in respect to the 96 who lost their lives in the Hillsborough Disaster. Nottingham Forest and Liverpool were supposed to meet in a FA Cup semi-final on April 15th 1989, however tragedy occurred in the stand, … Continue reading

Former Coventry City player, Geoff Strong, passes away aged 75.

Former Arsenal, Liverpool and Coventry City wing-half, Geoff Strong, has passed away aged 75. Strong made 33 appearances for City between 1970 and 1972, the majority of those appearances coming in his first season with City that saw them undertake their 1970-71 European campaign. The wing-half also enjoyed lengthy spells at both Arsenal and Liverpool … Continue reading

Robbie Keane becomes Republic of Ireland’s most capped player.

Former Coventry City striker Robbie Keane has this evening become the Republic of Ireland’s most capped player. Keane, 32, earnt his 126th cap against the Faroe Islands this evening in a World Cup qualifier, where he passed the previous record holder, goalkeeper Shay Given. Currently the Republic’s captain, Keane is also the nation’s record goal … Continue reading