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Fears of the drop are deep-seated in the footballing heartland that time forgot

Preston apologise for PA gaffe

Preston North End have sent a written apology to the Coventry City defender Ben Turner for the public address announcement that celebrated his own goal during the hosts' 2-1 win at Deepdale on Saturday.

Hiddink makes Drogba 'positioning' clear

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Best stuns weakened Rovers

Coventry City 1 Blackburn Rovers 0

Late Samba strike hard to stomach for Coventry

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Samba's strike eases Rovers sense of déjà vu

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Ward's Sky Blue thinking condemns plucky Gulls

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Coventry's architectural revival

The cathedral's newest neighbour is a museum – and it sets the spirits soaring, says Jay Merrick

Watford chairman quits

Watford chairman Graham Simpson has resigned from the club with immediate effect.

Morrison's header brings bad tidings for McLeish

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Question Time: Jon Gaunt

Work: Hosts 'The Jon Gaunt Show' on TalkSport and columnist for 'The Sun'. Previously a theatre company director.

Wolverhampton 2, Coventry City 1: McCarthy admits Wolves good luck

Even Mick McCarthy admitted that fortune favoured Wolverhampton Wanderers as they were reinstated as Coca-Cola Championship leaders.

Coleman hoping for Coventry's cup luck to hold

The Coventry City manager, Chris Coleman, spent the latter part of Saturday's home defeat to Bristol City in the stands after being dismissed from the touchline at the Ricoh Arena, but he will hope to have a more positive effect on proceedings tonight for the visit of Newcastle United in the second round of the Carling Cup.

Coventry City 0 Bristol City 3: Old boy Adebola adds to trauma for furious Coleman

Chris Coleman slammed the performance of referee Phil Dowd after Coventry lost their undefeated start to the season with a Championship defeat to Bristol City at the Ricoh Arena.

Countdown to the Premier League: The odd couple

By picking Archie Knox as his No 2, the new Blackburn Rovers manager Paul Ince opted for someone very different from himself. Ian Herbert explains why the partnership might just work
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