July 2010 Archives
AIDY Boothroyd insists that no player's place is safe in the side as he looks to create "feisty" competition in every position in the team.
AIDY BOOTHROYD has ruled out making a swoop for out-of-contract winger Lloyd Sam.
AIDY BOOTHROYD has got a good reputation for giving young players a chance and has already complemented the quality of City's young players
He also has made clear his desire to get competition for all places in the side. Among his signings so far have been full backs Richard Keogh and Stephen O'Hallaran.
Some fans like me believe Jordan Clarke is ready for the step up. I've also written before about the management needing to trust Chris Hussey more
I presume the two signings will be first choice and Jordan and Chris will need to impress to displace them. The problem is they dont have enough opportunities to show what they can do
AIDY BOOTHROYD says he's confident that star goalkeeper Keiren Westwood will sign a new contract with Coventry City.
BEST mates Gary McSheffrey and Michael Doyle were re-United this week when they reported for pre-season training with Coventry City.
THE picture in todays telegraph of three players reporting in to work reminds us all that the distraction of the World Cup is nearly over and it's time to get excited about the upcoming season
Since he took over Aidy Boothroyd has undertook a charm offensive with the fans that has changed a few minds,while others are reserving judgement for when the action starts
Up until recently he'd had little contact with the players. I was amused to read he "bumped" into Keiren Westwood though. I don't know if it was an accidental encounter whilst shopping but I hope it went well
Aidy needs to inspire the squad from last year to believe they can do much better.
NOW that we no longer have to spend our time pretending that England have a chance of winning the World Cup, our attention can shift to much more important matters. No, not Wimbledon. I refer, of course, to Coventry City's player recruitment drive, and the accompanying sense of optimism that builds with every new player choosing to sign on the dotted line.
AIDY Boothroyd believes fitness will play a major part in Coventry City's success next season.
IT'S the final knockout stages of the CCFC World Cup 2010 - our competition to find the Coventry City player of all time.
FOLLOWING on from Sky Blue Kev's blog, I've always been of the mind that watching England isn't a lot different from viewing the Sky blues.
They both build up your hopes call it hype if you like, then just when you think something good is about to happen BANG they deflate you big style.
AIDY Boothroyd has been on a fact-finding mission to Europe in a bid to secure some prime young talent for Coventry City.
LEEDS UNITED manager Simon Grayson refuses to say whether he wants to sign Michael Doyle on a permanent basis.