Coventry City Football Club has issued an apology to fans for the confusion over where the rest of this season's home games would be played.
There was doubt over where the team would be based after the club shop was emptied of stock, and staff moved to the training ground, when part of the club was placed into administration last week.
"We apologise profusely to our fans about the confusion surrounding these fixtures and are delighted that this has now been resolved.
We can now look forward to playing current league leaders Doncaster on Friday 29th March in the hope of doing the double over them.
Moving forward we hope that we can continue a constructive dialogue with ACL with the aim of securing a sustainable future for the club at the Ricoh Arena."
This morning the club announced it's agreed a deal to continue playing at the Ricoh Arena with its landlord Arena Coventry Ltd.
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