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David Bell signs for Notts County.

Following the confirmation of the release from his Coventry City contract earlier this morning, David Bell has now, as expected, completed his move to League One rivals Notts County. In his three-and-a-half years at The Ricoh Arena following his arrival for a reported £500,000 from Norwich City, Bell has made 98 apperances and scored six … Continue reading

David Bell agrees mutual termination of contract.

Coventry City midfielder David Bell has today had his contract terminated by mutual consent at The Sky Blues. Bell joined The Sky Blues in January 2009 for a fee believed to be around £500,000 from Norwich City. Bell was told by manager Steven Pressley that he did not feature in his future plans, and was … Continue reading

VIDEO: Sky Blue Trust protest this Saturday.

This Saturday, the Sky Blue Trust are staging a further protest over the Football League’s approval for Coventry City Football Club to ground-share at Northampton Town for at least the next three seasons. This protest follows from previous ones, including the unveiling of a ‘statue’ of SISU owner Joy Seppala next to the Jimmy Hill … Continue reading

Steven Pressley makes Aaron Martin top transfer target.

Aaron Martin has been identified by Coventry City manager Steven Pressley as his top transfer target once the club are removed from their current transfer embargo. Central defender Martin, spent the end of the 2012/2013 season on loan at The Ricoh Arena from Southampton, where he made 12 appearances following on from an earlier loan … Continue reading

The Dons Trust “worried about the future” of Coventry City.

AFC Wimbledon owner’s, The Dons Trust are the latest Trust to speak out against Coventry City’s ground-share with Northampton Town. “The Dons Trust is a not-for-profit organisation that owns AFC Wimbledon and is guardian of all principles and aims by which it operates. It is committed to strengthening the voice of supporters in the decision … Continue reading

Supporter’s Survey results released.

Coventry City Football Club have today released the results of the Supporter’s Survey; with 75% saying they wouldn’t follow the Sky Blues to an alternative venue. • 59.6% of people who completed the survey have been a Season Ticket holder in the last 5 seasons. • 41.9% of people who have not been a Season Ticket … Continue reading

Bristol City Supporters Trust ‘disgusted with Football League’ over Coventry move.

Bristol City Supporters Trust are the latest to join the chorus of disapproval at the failure of The Football League to deal with the building crisis at Coventry City. According to Supporters Direct, The Trust are to write to the League expressing their ‘disgust’ at allowing the ‘temporary’ relocation of the Club. They are also … Continue reading

Cody McDonald completes move to Gillingham.

Striker Cody McDonald has today completed a move to fellow League One side Gillingham. Earlier today, it was announced that a mutual termination of the remainder of his contract at Coventry City was agreed, and he has quickly found a new club. This will be McDonald’s third spell at The Gills, following two previous loan … Continue reading

Cody McDonald on the way to Gillingham for a third spell?

Gillingham manager Martin Allen is reportedly ready to take striker Cody McDonald back to Preistfield for a third spell with The Gills. McDonald has previously had two loan spells with the club, the first from Norwich where he scored 28 goals in League Two which lead to his arrival at The Ricoh Arena, and most … Continue reading

Carl Baker “gutted for the fans.”

Coventry City captain Carl Baker has used social networking to thank Coventry City supporters for their support in ‘this tough time.’ Earlier this afternoon, the Football League confirmed that they had “reluctantly agreed’ to plans by the club to groundshare with Northampton Town for the next three seasons until a new stadium is built in … Continue reading