There is a great opportunity for 16-19 year olds (male and female) to gain a free BTEC Sport qualification plus coaching qualifications completely related to football. The two year full time course will start running August 2015 from Bedworth United main ground in conjunction with City College Coventry, Bedworth United FC and Coventry City Ladies FC. The successful applicants will be professionally football trained daily and given opportunities to progress to higher levels of football. Also academic career paths will see students progress to higher education at university studying physiotherapy, teaching, coaching, sports management, sports development fitness training and several other career paths.
All the details are in the attached document.
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Following the Supporters Consultation Group meeting on 5th March, when Tim Fisher told the group that the club had had discussions with Rugby District Council about possible sites for a new stadium, the Trust contacted the Council to clarify their response to our Freedom of Information request, which had indicated that no discussions with CCFC had taken place since 2013.
This is Rugby Council’s reply:
“SERVICE REQUEST REF 151073 REQUEST FOR INFORMATION UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 I refer to your email of the 9 March 2015, requesting clarification of the information supplied in the response to the Freedom of Information request dated February. This has been dealt with as an internal review. I can confirm that there was one meeting, which was held on the 27 September 2013. You have also asked: Since that meeting, have there been any further meetings, discussions or correspondence, either formally or informally, on or off the record, between officers of your Council and representatives of the Club, in particular Mr Fisher or people from CBRE? I cannot know for sure which officers Mr Fisher refers to but would assume they were planning and development staff. If there have in fact been any such meetings, discussions or correspondence, please could you tell me the dates of those, the names and designations of the people involved, the subject matter and the outcome? I can confirm that on 11 March 2015, the Executive Director, Head of Planning and Recreation and Leader of the Council met with representatives of Coventry City Football Club. The club wanted to understand how we would deal with any planning application for potential stadium sites in the borough of Rugby.”
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With the end of the season approaching fast, and the Sky Blues still in the danger zone, we think it’s important that fans get behind Tony Mowbray and the team. They are fighting for their First Division lives, and the support of our fans can give them a real boost.
We are City fans. We MUST continue to support the team, whatever we think of the owners of our Club.Write comment (0 Comments)
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