The Court of Appeal has ruled that Coventry City Council acted lawfully when it bailed out the Ricoh Arena.
Coventry City owners Sisu claim the council broke state aid law when it loaned the arena £14 million.
Sisu say by bailing the arena out the council prevented them having a share of the stadium. The judge ruled that the council had acted lawfully last year, Sisu appealed the decision but the judge has dismissed it today and ordered them to pay court costs.
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A new memorial garden celebrating the life of former Coventry City manager Jimmy Hill is being unveiled at the Ricoh Arena today.
A service will be held to mark the opening of the garden before the Sky Blues' final home game of the season against Sheffield United.
Jamie Hill, Jimmy's son, will cut the ribbon and John Witcombe, Dean of Coventry Cathedral, will scatter the ashes and perform a short ceremony.
Coventry City travel to Peterborough United later this evening in League One.
The Sky Blues have got their sights on a play-off position.
A win tonight would make it three games unbeaten for Tony Mowbray's men.
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Aston Villa have officially named former Coventry City manager Eric Black as their new first team coach.
Black is the newest addition to the backroom staff of manager Rémi Garde.
"I'm pleased to welcome Eric to the football club and I'm really looking forward to working with him.
"He will work alongside Reginald Ray, Robert Duverne and Tony Parks as part of my coaching staff.
"Eric brings a wealth of experience and excellent knowledge of English football and he will help me improve the level of the team."
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Aston Villa's Joe Cole is expected to re-join the Coventry on a permanent deal after his short-term loan spell came to an end last weekend.
The 33-year-old midfielder has been limited to appearances during his three-month loan spell due to injuries.
The former England star has returned to parent club Aston Villa but has been deemed surplus to requirements.
It's understood that the Sky Blues are close to signing Cole on a permanent deal until the end of the current campaign.
A substantial pay cut would be taken by Cole, but has previously stated that he's only interested in playing regular football as he heads into the latter stages of his career.
Coventry boss Tony Mowbray will hope to get a deal done so that Cole can be available for next Tuesday’s home clash against Walsall.
Wasps and Coventry City will both continue to play at the Ricoh Arena for the next two seasons, after coming to an agreement to extend the current licence agreement.
Wasps completed the full takeoverof the Arena in November 2014 and reached an agreement for Coventry City to continue to play at the venue as well.
“Naturally we are very pleased that Coventry City will continue playing at the Ricoh Arena until at least the end of the 2017/18 season."
"We have always said we are keen to work alongside the football club and for the Sky Blues to stay at the Ricoh Arena, which continues to be their home as well as Wasps’ home."
"I have already said on several occasions that it is important for us to have security about where we are going to play football next year and know our supporters and stakeholders join me in looking forward to an exciting second half of the season."