On Thursday March 21st a delegation from  "The Sky Blue Trust "  and other concerned Coventry City fans will be visiting the four key stakeholders in the ongoing and highly damaging stadium dispute which threatens to leave the Sky Blues homeless to deliver a small selection of messages compiled from Sky Blues supporters and the wider football community to convey just what Coventry City means to them
 
To give some idea as to expected timings we aim to be at the following locations at the times stated. However the London locations in particular are subject to delay depending on traffic.
 
Council House,Earl Street 8.30am
 
Ricoh Arena 9.15am
 
SISU HQ, 96 Kensington High Street 11.30am 
 
EFL HQ Blandford Street 12.30pm
 
We look forward to seeing those of you who are able to join us. If you are coming, let's see plenty of Sky Blue, to let everyone know who we are and what this football club means to us.
 
For Live Updates on the Timings, please check the Sky Blue Trust Twitter account https://twitter.com/TheSkyBlueTrust and Facebook accounts https://www.facebook.com/TheSkyBlueTrust/
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On Thursday March 21st a delegation from  "The Sky Blue Trust "  and other concerned Coventry City fans are heading to London  to further raise the profile of the Sky Blues impending homelessness and the devastating impact this will potentially have on, not just Coventry City fans but also the people of Coventry.

 

As notified previously we will be heading to both SISU HQ and the EFL's London headquarters to deliver a small selection of messages compiled from Sky Blues supporters and the wider football community to convey just what Coventry City means to them and why it is so important that OUR precious football club remains in Coventry .

 

Before that though we'll be visiting the Ricoh Arena and the Council House in Coventry to deliver the same supporter messages.

 

We aim to be at the Council House at 8.30am before leaving at 9.00am to travel to the Ricoh.

 

All parties have been notified of our delegation and our anticipated time of arrival.

 

Anyone still wishing to join us are welcome to do so.

 

For full details of how to register please see

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sky-blue-trust-coach-to-sisu-offices-and-efl-headquarters-thursday-21st-march-tickets-57979507267

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Following various statements this week  it is now clear that nothing is going to change unless ALL parties involved in this saga are prepared to start acting in the best interest of Coventry City Football Club. 
 
We therefore feel strongly that it is time to stop the "blame game" and get on with the business of saving OUR club.
 
We welcome SISU's willingness to withdraw their legal action although their conditions are far from straightforward. 
 
We don’t believe that a new stadium is either needed or feasible. After six years of rhetoric about such a  stadium we remain sceptical and believe that all parties should focus on a return to the Ricoh with CCFC working in partnership with Wasps.
 
However if that's their intention we would urge SISU to keep their word and to work with the Council and Wasps to bring this to fruition. 
 
We therefore urge SISU to show they mean business by starting the process of withdrawing the legals.
 
Similarly we urge Wasps to show they mean business by sitting round the table to discuss a short term deal whilst the new proposed stadium is being constructed.
 
After all what do they have to lose by agreeing a deal in principle conditional upon the legals being dropped.
 
We also urge Coventry City Council to work with SISU in finding them suitable land, if available, in line with the local plan within Coventry and to assist with the planning process. 
 
We now call for all those involved to cease the stubborn refusal to cooperate and urge all parties to set aside their historic antipathies and work together on a long term solution for the club and its long suffering supporters. 
 
Be that a new stadium or long term deal at the Ricoh the future of this great club is in all of your hands - don't let us down. Work for one common goal in good faith, history will judge you.
 
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