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No end in sight to Sky Blue woe

No end in sight to Sky Blue woe

Coventry City's season lurched from bad to worse on Saturday afternoon, a 2-0 defeat by Tranmere Rovers leaving the Sky Blues off the bottom of League One by virtue of goal difference alone.

As with the defeats against Crewe and Stevenage under the caretaker charge of Richard Shaw this game could have gone either way but the lack of goals told once again as late strikes from Cassidy and Robinson settled things for the home side.

Shaw may get one more chance to lead the side when they travel to Shrewsbury on Tuesday night but his chance to become Andy Thorn's permanent successor has surely become more remote after this misery on Merseyside for City's long suffering supporters.



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Saturday September 15 2012
Time: 5:06PM

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This latest woeful performance makes the dismissal of Andy Thorn evenmore inexplicable and if the names in the frame to replace him are to be believed then it does appear that these are deperate times for our team.
wolstc
15/09/2012 18:27:00
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