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Full Tim Fisher transcript from pre-Sunderland Sky Sports interview

Coventry City Chairman Tim Fisher faced the Sky Sports cameras and was interviewed by Jonathan Oakes before yesterday’s 1-1 draw with Sunderland facing questions regarding the Club’s future. Here we provide a full transcript of Fisher’s responses. JO: “Yes, The Ricoh Arena is home to Coventry City for the time being, but that may not … Continue reading

Coventry chairman Tim Fisher appears on Soccer Saturday

Yesterday afternoon, ahead of Coventry’s home victory over Bristol Rovers, Tim Fisher sat down with Sky Sports’ Dickie Davis and spoke about the Club’s current situation. Fisher spoke about the almost certain relegation to League Two, Mark Robins and a move to the Butts Park Arena. During the interview, Fisher also tried to clarify his … Continue reading

Full ‘SISU Out Protest’ statement

Protest group ‘SISU Out’ have today released a statement regarding their planned protest to take place when Coventry City host Swindon Town in a League One fixture being broadcast live by Sky Sports on Monday, January 12th. The statement in full: Who are we? We are a group of lifelong Coventry City supporters who are … Continue reading

Boardroom changes made at Coventry City.

Coventry City Football Club have today announced changes at boardroom level that see Mark Labovitch leave the board, Tim Fisher become chairman and Steve Waggott become CEO. A statement released on the club’s official website read; Coventry City Football Club has announced changes at boardroom level. Tim Fisher is moving into the position of chairman … Continue reading

FAN STAND: FA set to reject Hull City name change; would they have done the same if City were in the top flight?

The Football Association are reportedly set to block Hull City’s proposed name change to Hull Tigers from next season, yet they allowed Coventry City’s owners to relocate the club 35 miles away from the City which bares their name. But would their decision have been different if the Sky Blues were in the top flight? … Continue reading

Mark Labovitch Sky Sports News interview transcript.

This evening, non-executive director of Coventry City Football Club, Mark Labovitch was interviewed by Sky Sports News over the club’s decision to release proposed plans for their new stadium today. Answering questions live in the studio, Labovitch talked about the club’s attempts to purchase their home from 2005 to May this year; The Ricoh Arena, … Continue reading

Northampton Town Football Club statement regarding ACL legal action withdrawal.

Northampton Town Football Club have this afternoon released a statement regarding ACL’s withdrawal of legal against the club for hosting Coventry City home matches. ACL, jointly owned by Coventry City Council and The Higgs Trust, yesterday released a statement of their own which revealed that they would not be proceeding with legal action against the … Continue reading

Coventry City looking at four potential sites for new stadium.

It has today been revealed that Coventry City Football Club are now looking at four potential sites for their new stadium. At the end of the 2012/2013 season, the club revealed they were leaving The Ricoh Arena – their home since 2005, and were going to build a new stadium ‘in the Coventry area’ after … Continue reading

Micky Adams: “Get back to Coventry, what are these people playing at?”

Former Coventry City player and manager Micky Adams has added to the ground share debate at Sixfields whilst being interviewed on BBC Coventry & Warwickshire ahead of the game against Colchester United. Adams stated that he could sense problems at the club with the move to The Ricoh Arena, even before SISU took over the … Continue reading

Coventry City release a statement on CVA rejection.

Coventry City Football Club have this afternoon released the following statement regarding ACL’s rejection of the CVA before the start of the 2013/2014 Season. Tim Fisher, Chief Executive of Coventry City, said: “It still mystifies us why ACL voted against the CVA. “The subsequent “explanations” have not given any clarity on the motivation for ACL … Continue reading

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