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Jim Brown Column: What could Coventry City's recent league form mean?

With the Sky Blues not playing last weekend I was able to ponder the recent run of form. They managed to end the dreadful run of losses in league games with draws against Peterborough and Bolton – in fact City should have won both games. The 4-1 reverse

Saturday, 09:37 in Sport
 

Coventry City 'don't need to own stadium to be a success' - Simon Jordan

Coventry City do not need to own a stadium in order to be successful, according to former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan. The 49-year-old has a unique insight into the workings of a football club, having been in charge at The Eagles for almost 10 year

Saturday, 05:12 in Regional West
 

How to call the police if it's unsafe to speak on the phone

Police have issued a reminder to the public about what to do in a situation where a call is made to 999 but it is not possible to speak. Silent Solutions is an agreed protocol which decides whether or not police are dispatched to the thousands of silent

13 January 2017 in Regional West
 

Two men to go on trial accused of murder of Coventry man Lee Brooks

Two men are set to stand trial after denying the murder of Coventry man Lee Brooks. The 36-year-old was found with serious head injuries at a house in Hugh Road, Stoke, in August last year. He was taken to hospital where his condition deteriorated and he

13 January 2017 in Regional West
 

LA Galaxy striker Jack McBean on 'crazy experience' of three different managers at Coventry City

Former Coventry City loan striker Jack McBean has spoken of the 'crazy experience' of working under three different managers during his five-month stint with the club. Although McBean admits he had a tough time adapting to life in the Midlands, he thorou

13 January 2017 in Sport
 
Neglected former Atherstone factory could be transformed into new apartments

Neglected former Atherstone factory could be transformed into new apartments

A large part of a neglected former factory could be demolished to make way for new flats. Plans to convert the Britannia Works Factory Buildings in Atherstone into apartments have been put forward. The factory in Coleshill Road is a listed building, whic

13 January 2017 in Regional West
 
Report crime to police rather than posting on social media, public urged

Report crime to police rather than posting on social media, public urged

A plea is being made to people in Nuneaton to report crime to police rather than posting on social media. Members of Warwickshire Police’s Nuneaton Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) are calling for residents to report incidents to them directly after some p

13 January 2017 in Regional West
 
From astronaut to zoo-keeper - eleven great jobs you can apply for NOW

From astronaut to zoo-keeper - eleven great jobs you can apply for NOW

‘New year new career’ is a saying that trips off the tongue nicely and it’s at this time of the annual calendar when many are thinking about a career change - or at the very least a new job. Perhaps it fits in with New Year’s resolutions or maybe it’s do

13 January 2017 in Regional West
 
Coventry nuisance caller makes 111 calls to emergency services - in three days

Coventry nuisance caller makes 111 calls to emergency services - in three days

A Coventry man made more than 100 nuisance phone calls to the emergency services - in just three days. Darren McIntyre’s 72-hour calling spree to the 999 and 101 numbers took place in January and eventually landed him in court. He made a total of 111 cal

13 January 2017 in Regional West
 

Jogger dies after being hit by car near shopping centre

A jogger who was hit by a car in Tamworth this morning has died. Passers-by tried to save the man but he died at the scene. The man, who was involved in a crash near to the town's giant Ventura Park shopping centre, suffered a cardiac arrest after being

13 January 2017 in Regional West
 

Coventry City digest: When Sky Blues thought about changing the club badge

On January 13, 2005, the Coventry City hierarchy announced that the traditional badge would be replaced with an updated version. This provoked a strong reaction from Sky Blues fans and the plan was quickly cancelled. Before the mid-1980s when badges beca

13 January 2017 in Sport
 

Coventry City ticket update: Available on the gate at Chesterfield

Coventry City fans hoping to buy tickets on the gate for the Chesterfield clash, have been urged to arrive early. The Sky Blue Army took 2,660 to the Proact Stadium last season, and the visitors sold out their initial allocation of 648 earlier this week.

13 January 2017 in Sport
 

Skip row rages on as Nuneaton Town Football Club vows to 'consider all options'

A feud between Nuneaton’s two biggest sports clubs is still raging on as more skips have been dumped outside Nuneaton Town Football Club’s entrance. There are now five skips at the Coombe Abbey Stadium and Nuneaton Rugby Football Club has admitted they p

13 January 2017 in Regional West
 

One dead and another injured in Solihull rush-hour crash

A man has died in a rush hour crash near Solihull this morning. Eastcote Lane in Hampton-in-Arden was closed in both directions after the crash while emergency services were at the scene. Paramedics were called to the scene after a 999 call alerted them

13 January 2017 in Regional West
 

These are the most annoying types of people in your work office

A new study has discovered people who complain and gossip are the most annoying office personality type. Viking, the office suppliers, commissioned the study, which found that work colleagues who can’t keep their thoughts to themselves, complains and gos

13 January 2017 in Regional West
 


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