mozMoz Baker:  Chair

Moz has a firm belief that you don’t choose your football club but that it chooses you. Hence as a Coventry kid, there no choice for him. He watched his first Sky Blue match in 1975 and has been hooked ever since. Moz reported on all things CCFC for Community Broadcasting Services for the Blind for over ten years and then as Sports Presenter for Harmony FM. These days you can catch his views as a regular contributor to fanzine “Twist & Shout” and as a frequent user on Twitter (@mozccfc1987) 

Moz says, “As a member of the Management team of a National Sports and Leisure Association with 70000 members I recognise how critical is the need for clear communication, membership engagement and slick marketing. I believe in the Sky Blue Trust. I hope I can help make a difference.”

rachaelRachel Brown:  Treasurer

Rachael was born in Coventry and has supported the Skyblues for over 30 years. She has been on the Trust board since the beginning and was involved in trust initiatives such as the Academy appeal, the petition to build the Ricoh and the setting up of the SCG. She goes to matches with her son. Rachael works in IT and is currently studying for a Masters in Computer Security




Roger Ellis: Secretary

Roger was born in Coundon and has supported the Sky Blues for over 50 years.  Despite living in Greater Manchester, Roger attends many home and away games. He qualified as a solicitor in 1978, specialising in property and planning law and dealt with numerous transactions involving football clubs. 

Roger has recently retired after 19 years as a local authority Chief Executive and works as a self-employed photographer and management consultant.


Chris Joiner: Events and Merchandising






Jan Mokrycki






FrankFrank Smith: 

Born, brought up and still living in Cheylesmore, Frank saw his first CCFC home match in November 1956, (Goalkeeper Reg Matthews' last game before being sold to Chelsea for a World Record transfer fee) a 1-1 draw with Brentford. Peter Hill scored for City.

His first away match was in 1958. We were given a 4-0 drubbing at Northampton. “In all my years of watching City since then, I have never seen a more unusual own goal than the one centre half Roy Kirk scored then,” says Frank.

“I’ve seen City play in Div 3 (South), Div 4, Div 3, Div 2, Div 1, the Premier League, the Championship and League 1. Only League 2 to go before I complete the whole set within the League pyramids that have existed in my lifetime – something I'd hate to happen, but is all too likely in the present circumstances.”

The best team performance (at any level) was winning 6-3 away at Queens Park Rangers in late 1963. We were 6-1 up and eased up in the last few minutes.

Now retired, Frank worked mainly in industrial health and safety in the voluntary and Local Government sectors, and as a lecturer at what is now South and City College, Birmingham.

“Like many City fans I see no positive future for our  club under the current owners. The fact that a conurbation with a population the size  of Coventry's  has a football club languishing in the lower reaches of League 1, while a club like Brentford, with so much higher League football competition in their catchment area, are making a serious bid to gain promotion to the Premier League, speaks volumes.

“I believe that significant progress will not be until CCFC's owners sell the club (ideally to a consortium of supporters and ‘high net worth individuals’).”


Bruce Walker: Vice-Chair

Bruce lives in Coventry and has been a City supporter since he first moved here over 50 years ago, maintaining his support during the periods when he was living and working away from the city. He is one of those who firmly believes that significant off the field change at the club, including an enhanced role for supporters in its operation, is the only way to re-establish the Sky Blues’ place as a major club in a major city.


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