November 2011 Archives
AS the football world is still in shock at the dreadful news at the weekend of the death of Gary Speed it seems that our problems here at Coventry City pale into insignificance as to how the poor family of Gary Speed are feeling right now.
But as in life football carries on with all it's ups and downs and twists and turns so as sad and upsetting the news is now I guess you just have to continue on and talk and concentrate on all things relating to our club.
And as the Sky Blues keep on searching for some wins it doesn't look too good for our chances at staying in this tough and unforgiving division unless we can hit a winning run taking us into the new year.
To The Board of SISU,
Over the last few years the loyal and passionate fans of Coventry City have endured no information or little information.
You have been responsible for making a very proud and ground-breaking family club into the laughing stock of the Football League.
You have sold our best players. Despite promise after promise to put things right, these promises are as empty as your bank account.
We are second from bottom of the Championship, 6 points from safety, but still you do nothing!
Do you really think we will swallow the fact that one of the best Scouts in the Football League is unable to find ONE Premier League player that is willing to come to Coventry on loan when the rest of the Championship are signing 3 or 4 each?
FOOTBALL can be a very cruel game at times and you often come away from matches scratching your head and wondering why didn't we win that game ?
And that's what I did on Saturday after the West Ham fixture because we dominated for a good seventy minutes and we made them look average I thought,and without doubt if we had got a deserved second goal we would have secured the points.
But once again we switched off and let them back in the game and lost to two goals that should never had happened which left us all frustrated once again because make no bones about it we should have won.
ANDY THORN insists that Coventry City deserved more than the narrow defeat against in-form Championship side West Ham.
COVENTRY City go into Tuesday's home match against Cardiff sticking to their principles but praying for a slice of luck.