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Coventry-Stoke : Head-To-Head
Coventry City will be looking to extend their 100% FA Cup record against visitors Stoke City tomorrow....
What Might Have Been - Part I
For whatever reason, Coventry City always struggle to hold on to anybody doing averagely well plus. Below is a list of players who spent time at the club, departed as soon as possible, and are still plying their trade, in the Championship...
ACL Once Again Knacks Coventry City
Having already lost a player deemed too good for the division, Tony Andreu, with an Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury, Coventry City's hopes of escaping League Two took a further blow this week when the 'best player in the division', Jodi Jones, suffered the same injury....
Coventry City's October Goal Of The Month Contenders So Far
With one game left this month, away to Luton, the contenders so far are as follows....
Coventry Telegraph Article 1 Season 2017/18
Welcome back to that '5pm on a Saturday feeling of crushing disappointment'. You have not been missed.
Four Games, Two Wins, Two Defeats...
It's far to early to claim the wheels have come off the bus, but they're certainly loose.
Coventry City : Those Who Have Left
The new season is almost upon us, and there's almost a sense of optimism amongst some Coventry City fans. Some. Most of us by now know optimism only leads to disappointment....
Coventry Telegraph Article 4 Season 2016/17 (Extended)
On 28th April 2001, Coventry City were losing their second to last home game in the Premiership, against Liverpool. Next season, sixteen years on, we could face Forest Green. Thanks to everybody that has helped take us to this point. We were only supposed to drop out of the top flight for one season.
Coventry Telegraph '30 Years On' FA Cup Article
For me, May 16 1987 was a day I'll never forget, but also a day I can barely remember! This is nothing to do with age(!), nor alcohol(!), but because I never believed 'my team' would ever reach a cup final, and I spent the last few weeks before 'that day' in a daze. And the day itself, and a fair few weeks after too!
The Battle For 23rd Place Is Back On....
Goals from Kyel Reid and Kwame Thomas gave Mark Robins his first victory since returning to the club as manager - look out Chesterfield, we're coming for 23rd place!
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- Coventry-Stoke : Head-To-Head
- What Might Have Been - Part I
- ACL Once Again Knacks Coventry City
- Coventry City's October Goal Of The Month Contenders So Far
- Coventry Telegraph Article 1 Season 2017/18
- Four Games, Two Wins, Two Defeats...
- Coventry City : Those Who Have Left
- Coventry Telegraph Article 3 Season 2016/17 (Extended)
- Coventry Telegraph '30 Years On' FA Cup Article
- The Battle For 23rd Place Is Back On....