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Pressley happy with workout
Pressley happy with workout Coventry City

Pressley happy with workout

Coventry manager Steven Pressley praised his players following a hard-fought 1-0 pre-season win against Watford at Boreham Wood.

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Tudgay handed Coventry deal Coventry City

Tudgay handed Coventry deal

Coventry have handed Marcus Tudgay a one-year deal after impressing during his trial with the club.

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McNally lands Coventry role Coventry City

McNally lands Coventry role

Coventry have announced the appointment of Carl McNally as their new head of academy recruitment.

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Pressley fumes at officials Coventry City

Pressley fumes at officials

Steven Pressley blasted match officials after four players were sent off within half-an-hour in Coventry's 0-0 draw with AEL Kalloni.

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Coventry to land keeper Coventry City

Coventry to land keeper

Coventry City have completed a deal for highly-rated goalkeeper Reice Charles-Cook, Sky Sports understands.

Wall of Colour Coventry City

Wall of Colour

Sky Sports is calling on all Football League fans to show their true colours on the opening weekend.

McQuoid future uncertain Coventry City

McQuoid future uncertain

Bournemouth striker Josh McQuoid admits he is unsure of his future after returning from a loan spell at Peterborough.

Tudgay on trial with Coventry Coventry City

Tudgay on trial with Coventry

Coventry have taken Marcus Tudgay on trial with a view to securing a permanent deal.

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Mario Balotelli's track record on the pitch makes him a gamble worth taking for Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool

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