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Crowds down, results the same at the Ricoh

Crowds down, results the same at the Ricoh

Coventry City rounded off their home league programme, with a 3-2 defeat against Watford on Saturday.

The reverse means the Sky Blues end with a virtually identical record at the Ricoh Arena as last season.

2007/08

8 wins, 8 draws and 7 defeats, scoring 25 goals and conceding 26.

27,992 against Wolves was the highest league crowd with just 14,036 at the game against Scunthorpe.

The average for the season was 19,123.

2008/09

8 wins, 8 draws and 7 defeats, scoring 26 goals and conceding 26.

22,637 against Birmingham was the highest league crowd with just 14,621 at the game against Burnley.

The average for the season was 17,407.

All of the teams currently in the top six of the Championship have at least 12 home wins to their name, the kind of figure the Sky Blues need to be aiming for next season if they are to mount a play-off push and bring back the missing 1,500 fans in the process.



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Saturday April 25 2009
Time: 9:02PM

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