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Football League admit “serious errors” in Coventry City administration.

The Football League have today admitted “serious errors” were made in the administration process of Coventry City Football Club. The errors relate to The Football League making mistakes in registering players to the wrong company, as revealed by The Coventry Telegraph. Today, is the first time The Football League have publicly admitted mistakes had been … Continue reading

“Keep Coventry in Coventry” flag at Wembley for England v. Scotland.

A “Keep Coventry in Coventry” flag is clearly visible in the game between England & Scotland currently taking place at Wembley. Twitter user @CJ_CovBlaze has uploaded a photo from Wembley of the flag, which is situated right behind one of the goals. It is the latest in a line of protests at Coventry City’s ground-share with … Continue reading

SISU appeals High Court’s rejection of judicial review

Coventry City Football Club owner’s Sisu Capital Limited have appealed against the decision by a High Court Judge to reject a judicial review of the council’s £14m taxpayer bailout of The Ricoh Arena. The news comes just hours before a number of City fans are to once again protest in London outside the Football League’s … Continue reading

‘A statement on Coventry City’ – by City fan Rob Summerfield.

Earlier this summer, we highlighted one City fan’s email to The Football League in protest at the club’s proposed plans to groundshare with a fellow Football League club. Today we are highlighting another City fan’s view. Over the past few weeks, statement after statement has been released by numerous sides, ACL, administator Paul Appleton, the football … Continue reading

Coventry City Football Club release statement in response to ACL statement.

Coventry City Football Club have this evening released a statement stating they “have nothing to hide” – and point the blame for liquidation at the feet of ACL. This evening’s statement is a direct reply to the statement released by ACL following their rejection of the CVA presented to them as a creditor of the … Continue reading

Murphy, Baker & Clarke to head through the exit door?

Following ACL’s rejection of the CVA presented by administrator Paul Appleton on Friday, (read ACL’s full statement here) Coventry City have reportedly told their three highest paid players they are free to leave the club. City captain Carl Baker, goalkeeper Joe Murphy and striker Leon Clarke all played 90 minutes in the club’s opening day … Continue reading

Full ACL statement

Following Coventry City’s 3-2 loss at Crawley Town in their first League One game of the 2013/2014 season, Arena Coventry Limited (ACL) have released a statement regarding their decision to reject the CVA yesterday resulting in Coventry City Ltd. entering liquidation, and a subsequent 10-point deduction. FULL ACL STATEMENT: “The Board of Arena Coventry Limited … Continue reading

Otium awarded Football League ‘Golden Share’ – Coventry City deducted 10 points.

In the last ten minutes, the Football League have confirmed they have awarded Otium Entertainment Group Limited the Golden Share for Coventry City to compete in the 2013/2014 Season, and have deducted the club 10 points. The ten point deduction is somewhat of a shock, with the majority expecting at least a 15-point deduction following … Continue reading

Coventry City Limited liquidated – set for 15 point deduction.

The Football League kicks off it’s 125th year celebrations later this evening, with Sheffield United v Notts County opening the 2013/2014 Football League calendar, but today one of it’s oldest clubs has been liquidated. Coventry City have entered liquidation, and look likely to kick off their 2013/2014 season with at least a 15 point deduction … Continue reading

Thousands line streets in protest at Coventry City groundshare plans.

This afternoon, thousands of football fans united in protest at Coventry City’s plans to groundshare with Northampton Town at Sixfields for at least the next three seasons. Fans, not just of The Sky Blues turned out, as Birmingham City and Ipswich Town jerseys were spotted amongst others. The Sky Blue Trust organised the protest as … Continue reading

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