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Thorn (and prices) win back some City fans

Thorn (and prices) win back some City fans

Andy Thorn's brand of pleasing on the eye, positive, attacking football together with some good results and price iniatives on behalf of Coventry City have succeeded in bringing back some fans to the Ricoh Arena.

Home support for the four games prior to Aidy Boothroyd's sacking was as follows;

13,873..versus Crystal Palace
12,286..versus Swansea
13,704..versus Bristol City
13,154..versus Hull City

And for the next four games under Thorn;

14,873..versus Watford
15,245..versus Millwall
15,744...versus Scunthorpe
19,557...versus Reading

So a positive upward curve and anyone who attended any of those final four games would certainly have got value for money and will hopefully be back next season for more.

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Date:Sunday May 1 2011
Time: 6:00PM


thanks for the info. Prices help but a good turnout of home support for last game of season. Long may it continue
02/05/2011 12:03:00
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