Coventry City’s Jordy Hiwula bound as a super-computer predicts Villa of destiny


Super computer predicts Villa destiny

Coventry City’s triumphant season may be over, but who they will play in their first season in the Championship is not yet decided.

And many Sky Blues fans will have more than passing interest in the winners and losers of the Premier League football is back this week with all of the final 92 matches televised live on TELEVISION.

Top-flight clubs start to the finish of their respective seasons starting Wednesday, Aston Villa and Sheffield United get the campaign back underway.

City fierce Midland rivals are currently second from bottom, three points from safety with ten games to save themselves from the fall

Gary Breen takes on Aston Villa’s Darius Vassell, in May 2001, the last time the Sky Blues played against their fierce Midland rivals


Speculation mounts as Hiwula related

Published Coventry City striker Jordy Hiwula is the subject of mounting speculation linking him with a League One movement.

The 25-year-old is the most high-profile player to have been released by the Sky Blues after manager Mark Robins has revealed his retained list last week.

Although a few have been surprised to see the former Manchester City trainee not figure in the club’s plans for the Championship next season, many fans think of the versatile forward is an asset to its current level.

In fact, Hiwula has proven that he is more than able to do two numbers in the division have done during loan spells with Fleetwood Town and Bradford City before being Coventry’s top scorer in his first campaign at the Ricoh Arena when he scored 13 times.

Coventry City’s Jordy Hiwula has been linked with interest from Bristol Rovers


Light could be a blessing in disguise

The new Bright Enobakhare is on the point of move to AEK Athens is going to disappoint many a Coventry City fan.

A firm favourite during his short but sweet loan spell with the Sky Blues in 2019, the very talented play-maker for the availability of this summer, has aroused the hope that the Championship-bound City would provide the perfect home to start his blocking career.

When the opportunity presented itself, albeit briefly, to have a conversation with the 22-year-old in the last transfer window in January, Mark Robins admitted he was torn – the advantages and disadvantages to be weighing up his outstanding natural ability against the management of the maintenance of a maverick character.

The former Sky Blue defenders Tom Davies and Jack Grimmer has recently revealed a small glimpse of the Wolves ” in before the character and mentality when they were team-mates for a few months.


City star turns attention to the relegation battle

The City of Coventry, the season might be over, but for an out-going Sky Blues star he is on the point of immersing himself in the rest of the Premier League.

Unfortunately for Sam McCallum, he cannot participate at his new club Norwich City in the battle to beat the drop.

Sitting at the rock bottom, six points from safety with nine nail-biting games to go, the Canaries have a real fight on their hands to retain their status as top-flight, starting at home to Southampton on Friday.

And the Norfolk club January recruit, who was immediately loaned to newly promoted Coventry, is backing Norwich to succeed.


“The limit” is attached to the City of non-league neighbours

The ex-Coventry City defender William Edjenguele has signed for non-league Nuneaton Borough.

The French spent a year with the Sky Blues, 2012-13, making 40 appearances and scoring one goal.

He continued to play for Bury, Greek club Panetolikos and Veria, as well as Dundee United and Falkirk.

Coventry City v Scunthorpe 2013: William Edjenguele in the action.
Coventry City v Scunthorpe 2013: William Edjenguele in the action.


Last season, he was part of a Wealdstone side that reaches the top of the National League South of the table, and he has now joined Boro.


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