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Around 50 former Coventry City players gathered at the club this afternoon ahead of the team's game against Swindon.
The "Legends Weekend" was a chance for the veterans to offer their support to the troubled club, as they battle with financial problems and the recently imposed transfer embargo, as well as the search for a new manager.
Former Coventry City players are offering their support to the troubled club ahead of today's match against Swindon.
Former players are gathering at the club ahead of the team's match against Swindon.
It's a chance for them to offer their support to the club during difficult times.
Ahead of the home game against Swindon Town today, Coventry City hope to have more than 50 former players at the Ricoh Arena for their legends weekend.
The organisers of the event want it to be the most successful ever, despite troubling times at The Ricoh. The owners of the club are currently in dispute with the owners of the stadium over rent arrears totalling more than £1million.
The Sky Blues are still in search of a new manager after Mark Robbins left last month and now they are also subject to a transfer embargo after failing to file their accounts on time.