Live updates

Coventry City fans discuss possibility of buying club

Sky Blues Supporters Trust Chairman Moz Baker Credit: ITV News Central

A meeting took place last night with Coventry City supporters to discuss the football club's future.

The Sky Blues Supporters Trust were looking at the possibility of fans taking over the club from current owners Sisu.

The Chairman of the Trust, Moz Baker, said that they will be doing a survey to find out what the supporters want from the club:

Well we'll be putting in place an action plan.

First and foremost we'll be doing a survey of supporters to identify what they want out of any potential supporter involvement in the club.

We'll take it from there but this is the start.

– Moz Baker


Coventry city fans hold purchase meeting

Fans of Coventry City are meeting tonight to discuss the possibility of buying their club and running it themselves. Many are unhappy with the way the Sky Blues have been run by owners Sisu. The side, who were once Premier League regulars, are now in danger of slipping into footballs 4th tier. Our Sport correspondent Steve Clamp went to meet them earlier.

Coventry confirm loan signing of defender Jamie Sterry from Newcastle

Coventry confirm loan signing of defender Jamie Sterry from Newcastle Credit: ITV News Central

Coventry City have signed Newcastle United defender Jamie Sterry on a standard loan agreement until January 2017.

The 20-year-old, who plays predominantly at right fullback, began his career in the Northeast and progressed through the academy system, signing his first professional contract in July 2015.

Sterry made his Premier League debut in May 2016, coming on as a second-half substitute during the 5-1 home win over Tottenham Hotspur.

Coventry City Manager, Tony Mowbray said:

I’m pleased to add another defender to the ranks as we welcome Jamie Sterry to the club. We’ve got a good relationship with Newcastle United and Jamie is the latest player we’ve taken from the North East to strengthen our squad.

– Tony Mowbray


Joe Cole on why he made the move to Coventry

Joe Cole says he's not interested in money and joined the Sky Blues because he's desperate to play again.

The ex England midfielder made a surprise 35-day loan move to the Ricoh Arena from Aston Villa on Friday.

The Ex-Chelsea and West Ham star, who has played just once for Villa this season, told ITV News Central he might need a couple of games to "shake off the cobwebs" before his first match for Coventry.

Load more updates