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SISU speak out

Coventry City director Onye Igwe, who is SISU Capital Private Equity representative on the board has sent an open letter to all supporters of the Sky Blues via the official club website, ccfc.co.uk.

He makes a number of positive points about the running of the club and where they hope to take it and realises that communication has been poor to to non existent and that they intend to rectify that serious shortcoming.

On a positive theme it was good to see that the club resisted the temptation to cash in on Sammy Clingan and Lukas Jutkiewicz and you can only guess that the Ben Turner sale was used to bring in Cody McDonald and have some cash left over.

The support and passion for Coventry City remains strong in the City and surrounding areas and will respond to being kept informed of club developments. The prospect held out by Onye Igwe of quality loan signings coming to the Ricoh in the coming weeks also gives us all grounds for optimism.




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Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 1 2011

Time: 1:22PM

Your Comments

In the absence of a genuine, open and transparent bid for the club and given that the transfer deadline did not bring the bloodbath we feared it is probably benefit of the doubt time for SISU - for the last time
houchen
In the absence of a genuine, open and transparent bid for the club and given that the transfer deadline did not bring the bloodbath we feared it is probably benefit of the doubt time for SISU - for the last time
houchen
Actions speak louder than words!!
bloodnut
Actions speak louder than words!!
bloodnut
seem to have heard similar before...time will tell but where will the Sky Blues be
wolstc
seem to have heard similar before...time will tell but where will the Sky Blues be
wolstc
 

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