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Coventry City fans gutted after relegation

Coventry City fans have been speaking about their dismay after being relegated to the Fourth Tier of English football for the first time in 60 years.


Sky Blues fans head to Wembley!

Coventry City take on Oxford United for a chance to win their first silverware in almost 30 years later today.

Thousands of fans are heading to Wembley for the final of the Checkatrade Trophy.

Kick off is at 2.30pm.

Coventry supporters are 'the most loyal' in English football

Pressley was sacked by Coventry City in 2015 after his 100th league game in charge. Credit: PA

Former Coventry City manager Steven Pressley says Coventry City fans have truly earned their "day in the sun" ahead of Sunday's EFL Trophy final.

Despite the looming threat of relegation, supporters can cast the worry to the back of their minds when they take on Oxford United for a chance to win their first silverware in almost 30 years.

Pressley, who managed the club from 2013 to 2015, and enjoyed a spell as a player from 1994-95 says their support is second to none.


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.

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