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Ricoh Return Ruled Out

Ricoh Return Ruled Out

Coventry City Football Club will not be playing at the Ricoh Arena while their current owners are in charge having ruled out a short-term deal to stay at the stadium while any potential new ground is built.

Chief executive Tim Fisher has given an interview to the Coventry Telegraph in which he sets out the club's position, placing the blame for the sage firmly at the feet of landlords ACL and Coventry Council.

Supporters' minds have long since been made up as to why their club is now in this situation but, while awaiting any potential developments from the administration process, the decision they have to make now is what to with hard-earned cash that is usually being parted with for season tickets at this time of the year.

Will the desire to be there when CCFC play win the battle of heart and mind?

Will the club offer heavily-discounted season tickets in a bid to keep attendances at a 'home' ground close to respectable?

Still lots more questions to be answered over the next few weeks.



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

Writer:CCFC
Date:Friday May 24 2013
Time: 1:18PM

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