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League One
Homeless again: Coventry City owners must swallow their pride
09:00 Thursday 13th June 2019

They've already endured one season away from their home in recent years, now Coventry City must do so again in 2019/20 after failing to find an alternative solution. The club has announced that they've agreed upon a ground-sharing…

Features
The downfall of the Football League Trophy
13:00 Sunday 25th November 2018

Alan Partridge is decked out in his shortest shorts, the underpant lining has long since perished.  He is striding around his room at the Linton Travel Tavern, Dictaphone in hand.  He presses record. ‘David Prutton to host Checkatrade…

Reviews
A British Raj: My Life In Football Behind Closed Doors
15:00 Sunday 4th November 2018

All too often, football biographies are about the players on the pitch or the man in control of the team. 'A British Raj' takes a look at a normal working-class man's journey through the football world. It tells how Raj Athwal…

Championship
EFL playoffs: an exciting time for neutrals yet agony for those involved
12:00 Wednesday 9th May 2018

Most team's fates have already been sealed this season. In the English Football League, some suffered relegation while others earned automatic promotion. For 12 sides, though, their campaign continues.    …

Championship
The progression of James Maddison is too good to ignore
17:00 Wednesday 28th March 2018

It's almost been four years since Norwich City's relegation from the Premier League was confirmed after an 18th place finish under then-boss Chris Hughton.   It can be argued that since then, there have not been…

League Two
Visiting the Proact stadium – Chesterfield F.C. vs. Coventry City
16:00 Monday 4th September 2017

With little to do over international break and having last Saturday off work, I took to the Proact Stadium for entertainment. The bountiful riches of the South Yorkshire/East Midlands divide and their local football team could only offer me…

Premier League
Where are the Premier League's Founding Clubs now? Arsenal - Coventry City
13:30 Wednesday 7th June 2017

1992 was a great year for football as BSkyB and the BBC put up the funds to create an English Super League: The Premier League. Despite being completely identical to the old First Division, the addition of more televised games made football…

League Two
Coventry City - A club in crisis
13:00 Saturday 27th May 2017

Once upon a time, Coventry City was a Premier League regular, featuring in the top flight for 34 years. However, times have changed, with the club due to play football in the fourth tier next season. The Sky Blues have had a slow and painful…

League One
30 years on from the greatest day in the club's history – Coventry City are back at Wembley.
16:51 Saturday 1st April 2017

Tomorrow, Coventry City will contest the EFL Trophy cup final at Wembley. The day out will represent a welcome rest-bite for sky blue fans from what has been an atrocious, forgettable season. It will also, for many of the expected 42,500, be…

League One
Coventry City vs Port Vale : A League One Preview
17:00 Tuesday 21st March 2017

We're going to take a look into a relegation battle between two clubs that aren't having much success as of late. Port Vale and Coventry City are two clubs in this struggle within League One. They both meet tonight at the Ricoh Arena in an…

Fa Cup
A part-time builder gets set to take on the might of Arsenal
13:00 Sunday 19th February 2017

Can you even begin to imagine being just your ordinary person, waking up at 8am every day to scoot off and do your day job as a builder, to then go and have a kick around with your mates in the evening and then on Monday night join those same…

League One
League One: Sheffield United Vs Scunthorpe United preview
17:00 Friday 17th February 2017

League one is starting to take shape as we head into the final third of the season. Coventry City is still, unfortunately chasing at the foot of the table with Sheffield United leading the line for the top spot. Sheffield United have had a…

Opinion
What popped the Sky Blues balloon?
14:30 Friday 6th January 2017

Coventry may not be the home city of our new signing Ollie Wintle but he takes a look at the club of his adopted home and ponders what went wrong. I moved to Coventry with my family in 1995, at a time when the Sky Blues had a (relatively) stable…

Reviews
Book Review - Coventry City: A Club Without A Home
13:14 Wednesday 21st December 2016

Coventry City famously left their Highfield Road home in 2005 to play at the purpose built Ricoh Arena, but for a dark period of 18 months they moved out of nirvana to play at Sixfields Stadium, this is the full story behind what happened to…

Opinion
Book Review: My Gentleman Jim
17:07 Thursday 4th August 2016

Jimmy Hill was one of the most well-known British sports personalities of the last century. His achievements in football will be remembered for a long time, as will his infectious personality. My Gentleman Jim is a book about Jimmy's life,…