Two big games this week for Coventry City Football Club
AWAY to Blackpool on Tuesday evening then at home to Ipswich on Saturday this could be a massive week in the Sky Blues season.
If they can win both of these games that would be a welcome six points and a huge boost to our fight towards staying in the Championship but lose them both and come away pointless would be a huge blow and leave the City stuck at the bottom and favourites for the drop.
As we are the only club in the whole Football League still without an away win all season surely we have to start changing that now and why not at Bloomfield Road tomorrow night ?
All we have heard and read about this past week is the state of things off the pitch as important as they are I want to focus on the football because that's all most of us know anything about.
We have won three home games on the trot which is great considering the form before those wins,but to stay in the division it has to continue and we have to win away as well because if the teams above hit some form and we don't well it's curtains for us.
But the players look like they are well up for the fight and the fans that turn up are really getting behind the team which is really crucial as any negativity will do no good whatsoever so at least everyone is giving it one hundred per cent on the pitch and in the stands.
I really hope our new signings carry on with the promise shown on their debuts because they were both brilliant against Boro and hopefully long may it continue.
I watched the Sunderland versus Boro cup match on the telly and Jukebox missed a sitter even though he did work hard as usual but if Nimely settles in and bangs a few in the net we won't be that bothered losing our leading scorer after all will we ?
So a very important week ahead for the City and if we do come away from Blackpool victorious wouldn't it be nice to see a few more thousand turning up at the Ricoh on Saturday for the visit of the Tractor Boys ?
But us hardcore will be there as usual and hopefully we can come away as happy as we all were after the Boro match, fingers crossed !