COVENTRY CITY boss Andy Thorn believes Kevin Kilbane's experience will be a huge asset for the Sky Blues in League One next season - if the club snap him up.
ANDY Thorn is hoping to start the influx of new players at Coventry City with the completion of the signing of Rangers’ attacking midfielder John Fleck today.
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN new-boy Oliver Norwood has thanked Coventry City and the club's fans for their support.
CASH-STRAPPED Coventry City allowed under-contract defender James McPake to join Hibs on a free, the club have confirmed.
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RICHARD Shaw is looking to Cov Kid Gary McSheffrey to lead by example when the Sky Blues kick-off their League One campaign.
The Telegraph put questions to Coventry City chief executive Tim Fisher after the Sky Blues latest accounts were published. Figures showed a loss of £6.7 million last year compared to £3.1 million in 2010 raising further fears about the club’s future.
HUDDERSFIELD have completed the signing of Coventry City target Oliver Norwood from Manchester United. The Terriers agreed a compensation fee with United for the 21-year-old Northern Ireland international, who has signed a three-year contract at the Galpharm Stadium. Norwood spent the second half of last season on loan at Coventry, who were keen to keep hold of him, but opted for Huddersfield ahead of the Sky Blues and Yorkshire rivals Barnsley, who had also agreed to meet United's compensation fee. "I'm over the moon to have become a Huddersfield Town player," the midfielder said. "I met with the manager and after speaking to him and the chairman there was only ever one club I was going to join. "His ambition for the club matches where I want to take my career and I see this move as the best step for me. "I had been at Manchester United from the age of seven and I love the club - it was always my dream to play for United - but there comes a time when you have to be realistic." Norwood, who made 18 appearances for Coventry last season, added: "I think we can have a real go at the Championship this season and, you never know, maybe follow in the footsteps of Norwich and Southampton. "Looking at the squad and who the manager wants to recruit, there's no reason why we can't be challenging for promotion."
RICHARD Shaw is relishing the challenge of bringing some good times back to Coventry City.