August 2010 Archives
IN the Coventry Telegraph today there is an article on a lady called Phyllis Pyle who has just celebrated her one hundreth birthday.
She is a Coventry City supporter and has been since the age of twelve making her probably the oldest living Sky Blue fan, and longest too I should think with a staggering eighty eight years of support.
And in 1987 she was at the F.A.Cup final to see the City win the Cup,and she got told off for standing on her seat celebrating the victory, she was 76 years old at the time.
COVENTRY City boss Aidy Boothroyd says that Richard Wood is not for sale under any circumstances.
COVENTRY City hope that new penalty king Lukas Jutkiewicz will be fit to spearhead the attack as they defend their unbeaten Championship record at Millwall on Saturday.
WITH his imminent arrival it's time for those who've taken particular views on the matter to decide what they do next
I've written before on the subject and suggested its not a simple matter,but most fans are taking definite stands one way or the other. The blogs on banter have attracted particularly fierce comment
Those who feel they can't support a Coventry City with Marlon King in it will presumably not come to the Ricoh whilst he's here. That's a principled stand any one could understand
Those who've contended his private life is immaterial should ask themselves what sort of person they want to be a Coventry player, There's been a debate about whether Marlon King is a good player. It's also worth asking if he's a good person