John Sillett (right) was manager of Coventry when they won the FA Cup in 1987, the club's first major trophy Former Coventry City manager John
John Sillett famously managed Coventry City to FA Cup glory in 1987, beating Tottenham 3-2 in the final at Wembley; he also managed Hereford and
TRIBUTES have poured in for Coventry FA Cup hero John Sillett following his death aged 85. The full-back came through the youth ranks at Southampton
Huddersfield Town’s November could best, and perhaps a bit charitably be described as patchy. An okay draw at Peterborough and an excellent home win over
Injury-hit, on the back of a couple of shaky performances and against a team having an excellent season this looked a tough proposition on paper.
AFC Bournemouth went into the home fixture against Coventry City knowing that a win would see them return to the top of the Championship table.
Academy of Football products Conor Coventry and Nathan Holland were both handed starts in their respective clubs’ Football League fixtures this weekend. Republic of Ireland
Todd Kane's 95th-minute equaliser secured a sensational comeback 2-2 draw for Coventry against 10-man Bournemouth. The Cherries had been cruising after Jaidon Anthony's 45th-minute fluke
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Chelsea loanee Ian Maatsen has been told how to step up in Ben Chilwell's absence amid suggestions they could try to recall him from his