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A family united…

I’m ready for the lift up, Keep steady beat, ‘Cus I’m ready for the big jump, Keep up with me, If you lose me then…

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Coventry v Hull Ionians – the photos

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Coventry v Hull Ionians – Man of the Match

The final home game, the final Man of the Match poll. More often than not, the Man of the Match as chosen by the readers…

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Knock, Knock, Knockerin’ on Heaven’s door…

Mama, take this badge off of me I can’t use it anymore. It’s gettin’ dark, too dark to see I feel I’m knockin’ on heaven’s…

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Size isn’t everything…unless it’s a scoreboard, perhaps?

She’s a perfect 10, but she wears a 12 Baby keep a little 2 for me She could be sweet 16, bustin’ out at the…

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I’m still standing – but for how much longer?

Don’t you know I’m still standing better than I ever did Looking like a true survivor, feeling like a little kid I’m still standing after…

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Fans’ Forum – April 2018

As Jon Sharp pointed out early in the proceedings, success breeds success… …which probably explains why yesterday evening’s open invitation to supporters to join him…

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Ealing Trailfinders…London Scottish…Man of the Match Award…Up and Up

See a pearl form, a diamond in the rough See a bird soaring high above the flood It’s in your blood, it’s in your blood…

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Coventry v Darlington Mowden Park – Man of the Match

The penultimate home game, the penultimate Man of the Match poll. More often than not, the Man of the Match as chosen by the readers…

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From Lidl to Tesco’s Finest, but Waitrose will just have to wait…

With training returning to the Butts on Thursday, I thought I’d venture down there after a good few weeks of absence. The numbers of supporters…

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Complacency or just physical and mental exhaustion…?

(Apologies that this is rather rushed. WordPress went down  in the early tours of his morning just as I was completing the final few sentences…

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If you wanna be the best, well dedication is what you need…

(In an earlier post I had unwittingly confused Matt and Max on several occasions – the result of writing in the early hours and me…

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Taking the p!ss…the Fans Forum…Supporters’ Player of the Season 2017/18

Tell it to tomorrow, today will take it’s time To tell you what tonight will bring Presently we’ll have a pint or two together Everybody…

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‘Chugga-Boom’: Coventry mobbed by Ampthill…

  Apologies for the title. Fans of Hanna-Barbera will best be in a position to understand… The pressures of leading a title chase over several…

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Ampthill v Coventry – the photos

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This is the happy house…and we’re happy here

This is the happy house — we’re happy here In the happy house — oh it’s such fun We’ve come to play in the happy…

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Won’t you join together with the band…a note of caution…Tom Poole

Won’t you join together with the band There’s a million ways to laugh Ev’ry one’s a path Oh won’t you join together with the band…

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Pretty shining people…Civic reception. What civic reception?…An inclement whether?

Me and Sam in the car Talking ’bout (Coventry) Heading to the wishing well We’ve reached our last resort and… I turned to him Said…

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Stand By Me (depending on the price)

When the night has come And the land is dark And the moon is the only light we’ll see No I won’t be afraid Oh,…

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The RFU Knockout Cup Final 1974 – Coventry v London Scottish

So, with thanks once again to Roy Thompson, without whom neither this post or the previous one would be possible, here are the highlights of…

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