League round-up: Pompey and Sky Blues fall as Royals are crowned champions

Coventry City and Portsmouth were relegated from the Championship after both lost and Bristol City, the only other team in danger, won 2-0 against Barnsley. Meanwhile, Reading were crowned champions.

Coventry relegated from Championship after 2-0 defeat against Doncaster

Coventry will play npower League One football next season after defeat to Doncaster confirmed their relegation.

Andy Thorn urges on Coventry against Millwall on Tuesday

Dark clouds hover menacingly over fading Sky Blues

Cashless and forced to play youngsters, Coventry City are on the verge of a sadly historic relegation

Southampton close on title following Rickie Lambert brace

Southampton moved three points clear of title rivals Reading after their 2-0 win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. The Championship's leading scorer Rickie Lambert scored both goals to take his tally to 26 this season.

Cody McDonald's own goal was a nightmare for relegation-threatened Coventry but lifts the Bluebirds

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Stuttering Cardiff missed out on moving back into the Championship play-off places when a last-minute Oliver Norwood equaliser earned Coventry a 2-2 draw in South Wales.

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Coventry hit by transfer embargo

Coventry have been placed under a transfer embargo after failing to file their club accounts on time.

Defender Jack Ainsley has signed a new deal to stay at Ipswich Town

Dulieu quits Coventry after outcry over management role

Former Coventry City chairman Ken Dulieu has resigned as head of football operations at the troubled Championship club. Dulieu, formerly of Southampton, only stood down as chairman at the start of the month in order to work more closely with manager Andy Thorn, insisting at the time that the first stages of a long-term turnaround plan had helped stop the financially-stricken club from "haemorrhaging cash".

Coventry manager Andy Thorn has seen his side slump to the bottom of the Championship

Glenn Moore: Visionary leaders are nowhere to be seen at Coventry

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Outside Edge: Olympic wait of expectation

Sadly they won't be doing "demonstration sports" at the London Olympics, but Coventry has picked up the baton at the start of the Cultural Olympiad leading up to the Games.

Keiren Westwood set to quit Coventry

Coventry have confirmed Keiren Westwood will not be signing a new contract at the Ricoh Arena, with the goalkeeper understood to be set to complete a move to Sunderland.

Marlon King completes Birmingham move

Striker Marlon King has joined Birmingham City after turning down a new contract with npower Championship rivals Coventry.

The other club in Manchester has its day at last

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Former scout Thorn named as Coventry manager

Coventry have confirmed the appointment of Andy Thorn as the club's permanent manager.

Coventry confirm Andy Thorn as manager

Coventry have confirmed the appointment of Andy Thorn as the club's permanent manager.

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