MK Dons 1-0 Coventry City: O’Keefe Strike Ousts Sky Blues

Coventry City slipped closer to the relegation trapdoor as they fell 1-0 away to MK Dons in League One. In a spectacle lacking action, a powerful Stuart O’Keefe strike early in the second half separated two poor sides. The victory lifts Robbie Neilson’s men to 16th, six points above the bottom four. Coventry’s third successive…

Coventry City 0-2 Southend United: Shrimpers Sweep Sky Blues Aside

Coventry City’s dismal season continued on Tuesday night as Phil Brown’s Southend United strolled to a 2-0 victory at the Ricoh Arena. First-half goals from Nile Ranger and Ryan Leonard sealed all three points for the visitors who strengthened their search for a play-off place. The Sky Blues prop up the rest of the division…

Why Coventry City Supporters Deserve To Walk Down Wembley Way

Every football supporter dreams of watching their team walk out at Wembley in a cup final. 30 years ago, my team, Coventry City, famously achieved that feat as they triumphed over Tottenham Hotspur to lift the FA Cup. Fast forward to the present day and we have booked a trip to that famous stadium again,…

Coventry City 0-2 Bradford City: Bantams Spoil Robins’ Return

Mark Robins took charge of his first game back as Coventry City manager on Saturday afternoon, but it was Bradford City who left the Ricoh Arena with all three points. Despite a spirited display from the Sky Blues, goals from Alex Jones and Jordy Hiwula condemned the home side to another defeat in SkyBet League…

Robins Returns To The Ricoh

Following the club parting company with Russell Slade on Sunday afternoon, Coventry City moved swiftly to appoint Mark Robins as his successor on Monday morning. Having previously spent five months at the Ricoh Arena before leaving to take the reigns at Championship side Huddersfield Town, his return is dividing supporters given the manner in which…

Sky Blues Cut Slade’s Stay Short

After picking up just one win in SkyBet League One from 13 attempts, Russell Slade’s short stay at the Ricoh Arena came to an abrupt end on Sunday afternoon. The former Leyton Orient and Cardiff City boss has been hailed as the club’s worst manager in Coventry City’s history by some supporters. Despite leading the…

Shrewsbury Town 0-0 Coventry City: Rose Carried Off In Stalemate

Coventry City put in a much improved performance on Saturday afternoon as they earned a point away to Shrewsbury Town. Despite the game failing to provide any goals, chances were created and Lee Burge denied Tyler Roberts from the penalty spot deep into first half stoppage time. A first clean sheet since November 1st will…

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Perseverance Pays Off For Barker 

Back in the summer of 2009, SHAUN BARKER signed for Championship side Derby County. Meanwhile, Burton Albion were celebrating a promotion that saw them reach the Football League for the first time in their history. Fast forward to the present day and the two teams are competing with each other in England’s second tier. However,…

Bury 2-1 Coventry City: Sky Blues buried at Bury

The pressure on Russell Slade continues to grow after he watched his side slip to a 2-1 defeat away to Bury on Tuesday night. A particularly lacklustre first half allowed the Shakers to go in at the break with a two-goal cushion, James Vaughan and Tom Pope getting on the scoresheet. Coventry did make a…

Coventry City 1-3 Swindon Town: Robins run away with it

Coventry City failed to make it two wins in succession on Saturday as fellow strugglers Swindon Town ran out 3-1 victors at the Ricoh Arena. Returning striker Nicky Ajose scored one either side of a Jonathan Obika header and that proved enough to seal all three points for the visitors. George Thomas did pull one…

Exclusive interview: Maddison ready to stake a claim

From a very young age, JAMES MADDISON wowed Coventry City’s academy staff with his phenomenal technical ability. After progressing through the youth ranks, the dynamic midfielder was handed his first team debut in August 2014 and that was it – he began to excite supporters. His level of performance was then rewarded just three months…

Coventry City 2-1 Gillingham: Sky Blues stop the rot

The Sky Blues recorded their first league win since November on Saturday afternoon as goals from namesakes Kwame and George Thomas fended off Gillingham. With both Russell Slade and Ady Pennock boasting an unwanted win percentage of zero going into the game, neither set of supporters were optimistic. A fantastic first half saw Coventry deservedly…