This week in Coventry City history: Steve Mokone's pioneering achievement and Newcastle United are routed at Highfield Road
In a new weekly feature, the Coventry Telegraph will dip into the archives and bring you key moments from this week in Coventry City FC history.
We will take a look at occasions and moments which have helped shape the Sky Blues, from memorable matches to signings, as well as birthdays and anniversaries.
This week, we take a look at October 10 to October 16.
October 10, 1964 - New scoreboard On this day, Coventry City gave their new electronic scoreboard its first display during a victory as the Sky Blues beat Swindon Town 3-2 at Highfield Road.
The scoreboard had overseen three matches... read more
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