Mokoena rises to seal late win

Coventry City 1 Portsmouth 2 <i>(aet)</i>

League round-up: Eastwood rediscovers gift as Sky Blues spot a silver lining

Two goals in three minutes just before the half-hour at the Ricoh Arena saw Coventry City set up a 3-1 win over Barnsley in the Championship to move above the Tykes. One of only seven matches in England to defy the snow, ice and health and safety inspectors, 15,031 hardy souls watched as Freddy Eastwood stole in at the far post after 24 minutes to head the Sky Blues into the lead, his fifth goal in six matches. Soon after, Sammy Clingan volleyed in from 12 yards.

Eddie Howe: Boy's done good (as a manager)

At 32, he is the League's youngest gaffer &ndash; and one of the smartest. Chris McGrath hears how, despite a 17-point deduction and threadbare squad, he's leading Bournemouth towards promotion

Ranger guides Newcastle to seven-point advantage

Coventry City 0 Newcastle United 2

Coventry Airport shuts down

Coventry Airport has closed, the Civil Aviation Authority said today.

Incredible Hulse returns to inspire Derby's comeback

Derby City 2 Coventry City 1

Errors & Omissions: A stone's throw from yet another tiresome cliché

An arresting quotation drew the reader in to a report on Monday about a secondary school with its own small zoo. "'You want the head's study?' the receptionist asked. 'It's past the ducks and the alpaca and then it's on the left.'"

Coleman forced to get ugly

Coventry City 0 West Bromwich Albion 0

Terry Bly: Strong and brave striker who holds the post-war record for most league goals in a season

When football fans with elephantine memories gather together and the talk turns to prolific goalscorers, the likes of Dixie Dean and Arthur Rowley, Jimmy Greaves and Alan Shearer crop up as a matter of course. But if mention is not made of Terry Bly, there is something seriously lacking in the company's collective awareness of the most prolific sharp-shooters to grace the English professional game.

Delays leave Vokes' loan move to Coventry in doubt

Wolves tell Championship club to act swiftly or striker will move elsewhere

Portsmouth McAllister talks break down

Portsmouth have failed to agree a deal for Gary McAllister to join them as assistant manager.

Teenage girl dies after cervical cancer jab

14-year-old's treatment was part of mass vaccination programme

Boothroyd joins Colchester

Former Watford boss Adrian Boothroyd has been named the new manager of League One side Colchester.

Sky Blues not yet thinking of promotion

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