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The season is still alive

The season is still alive

Iain Dowie wants two successive home wins to keep Coventry City's season alive going into February and beyond.

Although the play-offs look a tall order at present, City remain in the FA Cup and have a winnable home tie against Millwall in Round 4.

Ahead of the league clash with Burnley, Dowie said: 'Saturday is now a great opportunity to put a marker down and if we win that and then win an FA Cup tie we could be in the fifth round and midway in the league.

'All of a sudden it looks a different picture and that's exactly what we have got to strive for.'

Writer:CCFC
Date:Thursday January 17 2008
Time: 9:11AM

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No chance, but good luck after Saturday!! ;-) Responded to your taunt in Vital Burnley forum (Matchday Mayhem) by the way and asked a few questions ;-)
turfmanphil
17/01/2008 11:07:00
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Given the constraints that have been place, most people would have settled for this at this stage.
Rugby Sky Blue
17/01/2008 11:43:00
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And Then WE Go And Spoil You Party....!
horseworrier
17/01/2008 11:48:00
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What party?
Rugby Sky Blue
17/01/2008 14:17:00
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Keep getting the results and you may get in to the play-offs, but it's all about consistancy!!
will it ever happen
23/01/2008 19:02:00
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