Mark Robins disappointed with the result

Coventry City manager Mark Robins said that he is disappointed with his players following their defeat against Fleetwood Town. He said that they started the match well and that they created some good chances in the first half. But unfortunately they could not keep up playing the same way in the second half and they ended up being beaten 3-0.

Mark Robins said that he is disappointed with his defence to have conceded three goals in quick succession. He said that they should have done better and not conceded some cheap goals. He said that in the first half his team played really well and they denied Fleetwood Town players time and space on the ball.
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Last two seasons, Coventry City were knocked to rock bottom, relegating further away from the top echelons of English football.

The side formerly managed by Russell Slade before Mark Robins stepped in to wield the role as the Sky Blues manager, had sloped to a degrading 23rd position on the EFL League One log.

Coventry City Fans Disappointed With Notts County Loss

Fans of Coventry City Football Club are disappointed with the loss to Notts County as it significantly impacts their playoff dreams at the end of the season. The visit to their promotion rivals ended with their second defeat in a week.

The team had lost to Yeovil Town on Easter Monday but the fans expected the team to make amends when they played at Meadow Lane. The big travelling fans were let down with the result. Jonathan Forte scored the first goal of the game through an unmarked header. Coventry could not replicate attempts of their own to level the score-line even though they made some efforts. Continue reading Coventry City Fans Disappointed With Notts County Loss


The young English star, Ryan Sessegnon has put an end to the speculation surrounding his future by penning a three-year contract with Fulham. The teenage left-back burst into the Championship’s club first team last season and was the subject of heightened interest from Liverpool this summer.

The 17-year old defender snubbed every other bigger approaches to join the West London club which is his first professional contract that will keep him at the club until year 2020.

Andreu disappointed with result

Coventry City midfielder Tony Andreu has stated that he is disappointed with the results that saw his side lose by 3-2 on their home ground.

He said that this was a major setback for him and the team and that he is looking forward to seeing the club bounce back in the coming weeks.

The midfielder scored his first goal for the club in this match and said that it was a disappointment to have not managed to get a result from that game.

Indeed Coventry City started the match poorly and found themselves 2-0 in the first half. Tony Andreu said that the first half was really bad for the host team and they deserved to be trailing at the interval. However, he feels that the team played much better in the second half and managed to score two goals that allowed them to equalize.

However, they will again allow Shrewsbury Town to score another goal on a free-kick in the closing stage of the game. Continue reading Andreu disappointed with result

Coventry City aiming for promotion

Coventry City manager Mark Robins has stated that he wants his team to push for promotion at the end of the season.

He said that it is the objective of any team to win promotion and that Coventry City is no different.

He admitted however that we are at an early stage of the pre-season and it would take time to assess whether the team will manage to do it. He said that there is plenty of new faces in the team and that they will need some time before getting used to their surroundings and to play at their best level.

Mark Robins was speaking just after a pre-season match that saw his side plays against Sutton United. He said that he deliberately looked to play against a non-league opposition as they were very physical and this is the kind of opposition that they will be coming against in the league. Continue reading Coventry City aiming for promotion

Jon Whitney knows Atmosphere of Ricoh Arena will be Unfavorable

Jon Whitney knows that the atmosphere at Ricoh Arena on Saturday is not going to be peaceful at all as the home fans there will try a lot of things to show their dissent against the top brass of their club, but, he is not bothered about it as the coach of the visiting team.

The previous time when Ricoh Arena had hosted a game, there was a deliberate attempt by the spectators to somehow not let the game progress and for that; they threw a lot of objects towards the pitch as a result of which the game was not able to be started on usual time.

Whitney suspects that it may be the same during his team’s game as well and it may turn out to be a scenario where the game has to be stopped at some point and started again and then stopped again because of the obstructions caused by the spectators, but, he reckons that’s not going to affect his boys because he has got them prepared. Continue reading Jon Whitney knows Atmosphere of Ricoh Arena will be Unfavorable

Coventry City looks fragile

New Coventry City manager Mark Robin said that his team appears to be quite fragile and lack match fitness.

He believes that his side is not good enough at the moment to compete in League One. He made the statement after his side suffered their third defeat in a row against MK Dons.

He said that he was surprised with what he has seen on the pitch and he cannot understand how the players suffered physically. For him, the League One is a demanding league, and it is important that players are at their peak physically if they want to win game.

However, he admitted that there are signs of progress and that the players are slowly getting accustomed to his playing style.

But at the moment the players do not seem to be able to play like this for 90 minutes, and this is likely to cause problems. Continue reading Coventry City looks fragile


Coventry City interim manager Mark Venus has expressed disappointment that his team where unable to salvage anything from the clubs defeat to Sheffield United during the week.

The coach, who may likely watch the fans protest for as long as he remains in Coventry, told BBC Coventry the reason for the fans protest.

“We played a good footballing team with a bit of experience and know-how, and I thought we matched them. We worked hard, gave it our best and the longer the game went on I felt, the more threat we had.

“But to give a late goal away is where we are at the moment,” he said.

During the match with Sheffield United, City fans invaded the pitch twice in a protest directed at owner Sisu, who seem to be doing nothing about the team recent poor run of form. Coventry currently lies one point off the bottom of league having lost 6 games in a row. Continue reading VENUS DISAPPOINTED AFTER SHEFIELD UNITED LOSS


Coventry City were forced to a draw by their hosts, Walsall in a League One clash on Saturday, 29th October 2016.

The result saw City leave the relegation zone after the game at the Bescot Stadium. City got the match opener but the hosts claimed a point as they equalized.

Ruben Lameiras struck in the opening minutes of the game to prove that the visitors wanted to win. His curling shot was inches away from the opener. The Sky Blues got their opener in the 36th minute through Andy Rose. Marvin Sordell sent a low cross ten yards out but Rose reacted faster than the Walsall defenders to convert the opportunity.

The goal forced the home side to push for an equalizer. Lee Burge almost allowed it before the half time whistle as he spilled a shot from Adam Chambers. Chambers had directed a well-hit shot from 30 yards for the City shot stopper to spill but later recover. Both teams went on recess but after the break, Coventry could have put the game beyond Walsall. Daniel Agyei struck but the Walsall goalkeeper Neil Etheridge stopped it from being the second goal.