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Sky Blue season: March



The high point of Coventry City's season came at the beginning of March when a large and loud travelling support saw the Sky Blues continue their excellent form with a narrow win away to bottom club Peterborough United.

With the play-offs now a realistic possibility, very few of those fans would have thought they would be witnessing City's last victory of the campaign.

A home draw with Plymouth was followed by late drama at the Ricoh Arena as Cardiff took the points with a stoppage time penalty.

Chris Coleman's side then impressed a nationwide TV audience with a second-half fightback to earn a point at Leicester, in a game which seemed to justify the manager's faith in the depth of his squad.

A narrow defeat at West Brom and a home draw with Sheffield Wednesday ended the month but despite some poor results there was no hint of the collapse that was to follow.
The Journalist

Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 18 2010

Time: 7:54PM

 

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