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Is today the day?

Coventry City chairman Joe Elliott believes a 'great day' for the club could be announced on Wednesday as Ray Ranson and the Sisu Capital consortium put the finishing touches to their takeover of the club.

The Coventry Telegraph suggests that all of the major issues surrounding the deal have been overcome.




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Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 12 2007

Time: 8:21AM

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What are Sisu proposing to put into the club? What are your long term ambitions now?
greyhound
Let's see if it all goes ahead first, we've had a few false dawns so far! Long-term it's to get back into the Premiership but 10-15 other clubs would say the same. A couple of season of being in and around the play-offs would do me to start with.
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