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Sky Blue Trust issue statement regarding ribbon protest.

The Sky Blue Trust have today issued a statement regarding the ribbons protest featured throughout Coventry and the confrontation between fellow Coventry City fans after the game at Sixfields contested between City and Brentford on Sunday. FULL SKY BLUE TRUST STATEMENT: “It has recently been brought to the attention of the Sky Blue Trust that … 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

POLL: Would you go to Coventry City games if they cancelled groundshare & moved back to The Ricoh Arena?

This afternoon The Sky Blue Trust and fans of Coventry City take their latest protests to the streets of Coventry in protest at the club’s move to Sixfields in a ground-share with Northampton Town Football Club. Previous protests include unveiling a ‘statue’ of SISU boss Joy Seppala at The Ricoh Arena, marches at SISU’s offices … 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

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

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

Sky Blue Trust release statement RE: Northampton Town groundshare.

The Sky Blue Trust have this afternoon released a statement regarding Coventry City Football Club’s potential ground-share at Sixfields; the home of Northampton Town. The full statement: The Sky Blue Trust opposes the proposed ground share with Northampton Town in the strongest possible terms. The Trust’s membership has indicated overwhelming support for the Board’s stance … Continue reading

“SISU OUT” banner at Glastonbury.

Disgruntled Coventry City fans have taken their protests against club owners SISU to Glastonbury; the largest music festival in the country. During live coverage on Sunday night on the BBC, a “SISU OUT” flag could clearly be seen amongst the crowd. The banner was picked out by the BBC television cameras who were beaming the pictures … Continue reading

Sky Blue Trust unveil faceless statue of Joy Seppala at Ricoh Arena.

At the recent fan’s forums, Chief Executive Tim Fisher joked that a staue of SISU boss Joy Seppala should be erected at The Ricoh Arena, and The Sky Blue Trust have used this idea as their latest protest against the club’s owners. Fisher has publicly stated SISU’s desire to build their own stadium, which would … Continue reading

Sky Blue Trust protests outside Sisu head office.

This afternoon The Sky Blue Trust staged a protest outside the head offices of Coventry City Football Club’s owners, Sisu. Around forty members of The Trust travelled to London this afternoon to let the club’s owners and the Football League know their feelings towards the way the club has been run and the anger at … Continue reading