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Russell Slade

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Robins returns to Coventry

Coventry City have confirmed the reappointment of Mark Robins as manager after relieving Russell Slade of his duties yesterday afternoon. Robins, 47, returns for a second spell as manager of The Sky Blues after initially leaving in February 2013 to take over at Championship side Huddersfield Town. The Club have confirmed he has signed a … Continue reading

Russell Slade sacked by Coventry City

Coventry City have this afternoon sacked first team manager Russell Slade with immediate effect. Appointed in December 2016 on a contract only until the end of the season, Slade replaced interim manager Mark Venus tasked with pulling The Sky Blues out of the League One relegation zone. However, only one win in thirteen league matches … Continue reading

Nathan Clarke to be reunited with Russell Slade?

New Coventry City manager Russell Slade is set to be reunited with his former captain Nathan Clarke when the transfer window opens tomorrow. Clarke, 33, was Slade’s captain at Leyton Orient and together they reached the Play-Off Final but moved to Bradford City in July 2015. This season he has been restricted to only four … Continue reading

Alan Curbishley describes situation at Coventry City as “unbelievable”

Former Charlton Athletic and West Ham United manager, Alan Curbishley, has described the current situation at Coventry City as “unbelieveable.” Speaking on Channel 5’s Football League highlights show last night, Curbishley hit out at the demise of The Sky Blues and the decision to finally appoint Russell Slade as the full time successor to Tony … Continue reading

Pressley & Baker nominated for monthly awards.

Coventry City manager Steven Pressley has been nominated for League One’s October Manager of the Month award, whilst captain Carl Baker is on the shortlist for the Player of the Month prize. City played five league games in October and remained unbeaten winning four and drawing once picking up 13 of a possible 15 points, … Continue reading

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