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Sky Blues prepare to lose Chairman

Sky Blues prepare to lose Chairman

It is reported in today's edition of the 'Coventry Evening Telegraph' that the Chairman is to stand down. He is expected to be replaced by Ken Dulieu who was recently added to the Coventry City board.

Ray Ranson is to remain at the Ricoh in a consultancy capacity until the end of the season, it is reported.

This boardroom upheaval together with the slide down the table of the team makes it very difficult for all City fans, especially as communication as to what is going on is virtually non-existent.

After news of his impending departure, Ranson has had a fairly sympathetic hearing on the various forums and messageboards that discuss Sky Blue issues with a realisation that his aspirations for the club have jarred dramatically with the reality of the owners' approach to getting the most out of their investment.

Elsewhere, Cardiff City's deadline approach for Marlon King has been knocked back as the striker gets ready to return from a four-game ban and help keep the Sky Blues in the Championship.



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Thursday March 24 2011
Time: 3:40PM

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