If you missed us at the Godiva Festival today, there are some pictures on our photo gallery.
But don't just sit and look at them. Come and see us on Sunday. We're in the Health Zone, directly as you come in from the car park. We've got archery, Beat the Goalie, and lots of goodies you can buy to wear on the march.
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Last year thousands of Sky Blue fans showed the world how much they loved their club and how they hated the moving of their team to Northampton - 12 months on and it appears the Sky Blues are kicking off at Sixfields yet again. Join this years march and shout, sing, jeer and chant to make sure that all those to blame for this deplorable state of affairs know how you feel. They need to get us back to the Ricoh for next season - before its too late! The low numbers attending "home" matches has sent a message - now let's make that message heard so loudly that it cannot be ignored - Bring Our Team Home To Coventry!
Assemble on Gosford Green from 11.00 on Saturday 12th July. There will be local band Yes Sunshine playing, also food, drinks and ice creams will be available. There will even be a face painter for the kids (and the bigger kids!).
In Broadgate we have waiting to greet the march the iconic '87 Cup Final bus (thanks to Coventry Transport Museum). Here we will have some music from brilliant local artists Kirk Savage, Danny Ansell and The Deserts as well as some brief (hopefully very brief) speeches.
If you were on it last year you know what a brilliant day it was - if you missed it don't make the same mistake again!
Lets make our voices heard - loud, proud Sky Blue Army!
Tell all your friends, family and lets make it a day that those who can bring us home cannot ignore.
"We want to go home
We want to go home
Back to the Ricoh
The Ricoh's our home"
Go to our Gallery for pictures of last year's march. And here's a video of the day:
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The day after the Judicial Review verdict the dust is starting to settle. All Sky Blue supporters nervously wait to see what comes next. Ann Lucas, on behalf of the Council and ACL, has offered the club a possible way back to the Ricoh. The door is open, seize the opportunity. She has put the past behind her and held out an olive branch to SISU and the club. On behalf of Sky Blue fans we urge Joy Seppala and Tim Fisher to take up this offer to talk.
Here is an opportunity to start afresh and to find a solution. Ann Lucas has shown herself to be big enough to put her reservations to one side and actually offer to talk. The Sky Blue Trust urges Joy Seppala to show she too is big enough and do likewise. For the sake of the thousands of Coventry City supporters talk, do a deal and bring our team home before it’s too late. Accept The Olive Branch – Why Not?Write comment (4 Comments)
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