Coventry City chief executive responds to the Pink reports that the attacker back to him-even in the Championship


City chief answers Michael Rose question

Coventry City Michael Rose is a man in demand according to the growth of the media speculation this week.

The Sky Blues star has started the week reported to be the subject of the interest of the Premier League’s hopes of Leeds United.

Championship of the City of Bristol then joined in the race seeming to sign the imposing central defender, according to a report published by our sister title BristolLive.

As the week went on another second-tier side Fulham, who are currently third in the division, and Queens Park Rangers were also said to be monitoring the 24-year-old.

But the Sky Blues fans can sleep in peace, for the moment, after chief executive Dave Boddy has provided an update and assurance in relation to the player of the future.

Coventry City Manager Mark Robins (left) and chief executive Dave Boddy


Matty emotional of the year with the Sky Blues

Winning the League A title special for all Coventry City players, but he had a special supplement of the intensity of Matty Godden.

The Sky Blues striker marked the occasion with a heartfelt tweet, dedicating the achievement to his beloved mother, who died prematurely a year ago today, on the eve of the club in line of promotion of the party.

“What the summer season,” he said.

“My only goal at the start of the season was to make something special for my Mom. A group of players and a hell of a club. Thank you all for your support to all, the season of the City of Coventry.”


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The expert highlights three challenges of the City

Coventry City are preparing for life in the second tier of English football after being crowned champions of League One.

The Sky Blues ‘ 2019-20 campaign was cut short by the coronavirus pandemic, but their promotion to the Championship was confirmed after the final classification is calculated on a points-per-game basis.

EFL pundit Sam Parkin has been research on the challenges ahead for manager Mark Robins and his team.

“They were brilliant, playing a really good brand of football, but if you look at the city of Luton, Charlton and Barnsley this year, the gap in the Championship is a big one,” former Swindon Town striker Parkin said CoventryLive.


Cov Kid the play-off of the hero

The ex-Coventry City midfielder Conor Thomas has helped Cheltenham Town to make a big step towards the League Two play-off final.

Thomas was on target for Cheltenham claimed a 2-0 win away to Northampton Town in the first leg of their semi-final tie on Thursday night.

The 26-year-old has struck three minutes from time to give the visitors a healthy advantage going into the second leg.


Charlie Raglan had opened the scoring with a first half header, after Northampton’s Ryan Watson had seen a penalty saved by the goalkeeper, Owen Evans.


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