Fans boycott Coventry City

Thousand of fans are expected to boycott Coventry City's first 'home' fixture to be played out of the city for 130 years. The club will play fixtures at Northampton's Sixfields stadium after leaving the Ricoh because of a row over rent arrears.

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Sky Blue's fan: 'Football League has not listened to fans'

Coventry City have been told they can play their home matches at Northampton Town's Sixfields Stadium for at least the next three seasons.

The Football League said it has 'reluctantly' given the Sky Blues permission to move away from the city.

The club has been involved in a long running row with the Ricoh Arena over rent costs. Coventry's owners, Sisu, are promising to build a new stadium in the meantime.

Stephen Brown from the Sky Blue's Trust has told ITV News Central that the Football League has not listened to the fans.

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