'Massive congratulations and many, many thanks to Mark Robins, his staff and his outstanding team on achieving promotion back to the Championship. It may be a unique way of doing it but nobody inside or outside the city can deny that promotion is richly deserved and fully merited. The team got better and better as the season went on - some performances were truly dazzling - and lets hope we can maintain that trajectory into the Championship...and beyond?
Let's all enjoy it - City are back!'
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I hope everyone is as well as can be expected in these difficult times and current situation we find ourselves with the Covid-19 virus.
As some of you may be aware, Myton Hospice recently had a break-in where a van was stolen. They are also suffering from not being able to run fund raising events due to the Coronavirus outbreak, with events such as the Coventry Half, Stratford Half, Stratford Full, and London Marathons having been postponed, these are additional financial blows. Their fantastic supporters also organise events on their behalf, and they are having to cancel or postpone their plans too.
As such the Trust has decided to start a fundraiser to support the important work that is undertaken by the Myton Hospices during this critical time.
The Trust has made a commitment to match the first £500 donated for this worthy cause. All donations no matter how big or small are greatly appreciated.
Also if you are a UK tax payer and are making a personal donation - you can boost your donation by 25p for every £1 you donate by signing up to Gift Aid, at no extra cost to anyone except the tax man!
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The Sky Blue Trust celebrates the club’s current league position that Mark Robins, his backroom and players have managed to achieve. However, we continue to find off field matters deeply concerning. There is no doubt that if the club was playing in its’ own city the gates and commercial revenue would be considerably higher. For the good of the short and long term future of Coventry City Football Club, local businesses and above all, the fans, who are detrimentally affected by this situation, it is clearly one that cannot continue.
Therefore we request all parties involved in this ongoing saga to remove every obstacle preventing our football club from returning to its’ community.
These obstacles include, but are not limited to any unreasonable demands and requirements from Wasps (including the indemnity clause, whatever that may entail) and the continuing pursuit of legal actions concerning ground ownership by SISU.
We also call on The EFL and Coventry City Council to do everything within their powers to facilitate a return for the football club to the city of Coventry at the earliest opportunity.Write comment (6 Comments)
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