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Sky Blues pegged back at Pride Park

Sky Blues pegged back at Pride Park

Coventry City kept up their commitment to attacking football under caretaker manager Andy Thorn to roar into a two goal lead at Pride Park on Saturday.

Gunnarsson and King did the damage but a four minute spell before half-time saw Davies and Savage bring the home side level.

That was the way it stayed meaning that both sides still need a couple more points to banish all thoughts of relegation with the Sky Blues now nine points above the drop zone and with a vastly superior goal difference to the bottom three sides.

"We played some terrific stuff today and even at 2-2 I said we are not settling for this, let's have a proper go even if we win 6-4," was Thorn's verdict.

"The attitude and application for 85 minutes was bang on but we had a five-minute sloppy spell and got punished. But we gave a great account of ourselves."



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Saturday April 9 2011
Time: 4:58PM

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