Sky Blues latest
- Former Coventry City player Paul Telfer may be about to hang up his boots after cancelling his contract with Celtic by mutual consent.
The 35-year-old was due to leave the Scottish champions at the end of the season as he has been living away from his family while playing in Scotland.
- Coventry City striker Kevin Kyle has been sentenced to 120 hours community service for brawling in a Stranraer street after Scotland's win over France last year.
- Cork City forward Roy O'Donovan, on the books at Coventry City as a youngster, is being watched by a number of clubs both in England and Scotland.
Wolves manager Mick McCarthy and Sheffield Wednesday boss Brian Laws made personal checks on the Ireland 'B' international on Monday night.
- The Ricoh Arena, home of Coventry City Football Club, will host the Heineken Cup semi-final Rugby clash between Northampton and Wasps on April 22.
'The Heineken Cup is considered by many to be the finest club competition in world rugby,' said the venue's chief executive Daniel Gidney.
'This means the Ricoh Arena and the city will be on the international map.'