July 22nd, 2016
Tony Mowbray is the boss of Coventry City; he has a large responsibility on his shoulder.
Keeping up the competition within the team is also one of the strategies that many club bosses successfully deploy. It definitely keeps the team working at optimal levels. For these reasons, it should not seem like a surprise that Tony is considering a full back player of potential talent from the Premier League for his team. The Sky Blues manager is looking at bringing in competition for Stokes and Haynes which will be good for the team as well.
He has an eye on a left back that has defensive qualities similar to Chris as well as has the pace to attack like Haynes. As a result, Tony would like to get a competitive player from Premier League who will be able to put pressure on the premier players and hopefully, get them to perform better. The two left footers are currently Tony’s star players. He wants a full back that will be able to combine the talents of both and push them to enhance their skills on the field. Read the rest of this entry »
May 20th, 2016
Head coach of Coventry City FC, Tony Mowbray, challenges powerhouse defender Reda Johnson to prove his fitness.
The Sky Blues
boss insists he has left the door ajar for the player to continue his career at the club. He says the player would to prove his fitness before he entertained the possibility of offering him fresh terms at the Ricoh Arena.
Mowbray included the 28-year-old centre-half in his clear-out of ten out-of-contract players on Monday but the Benin international will complete his rehabilitation from a season-ending muscle tear at Ryton and is welcome to join pre-season training if he hasn’t found himself another club by the time the squad reports back in July. The manager said:
“The possibility is still there and Reda knows that.
“Reda needs to get fit and go to the market and if there are clubs there who are willing to pay him what he thinks he’s worth then good luck to him. There’s no offer on the table. He has to get fit first.
“He is going to train here and work until he’s fit to play and if he needs to he’ll join in the pre-season. It depends how long it’s going to take him to get fit.
“At this moment he’s not sure. He’s been training for a good month or so but he just needs to get the power back in his hamstring. The muscle has healed and he needs to get the power and get the nerves working and mobilised again.
“We’re happy to do that for him, allow him to continue his rehabilitation and then he has to prove some sort of fitness. So if it is then going through pre-season and he wants to do that here I am not averse to that and then on the back of that we will see.” Read the rest of this entry »
May 4th, 2016
There are reports that English Premier League side, Liverpool FC are lining up the huge sum of 20 million pounds for former Coventry player, Callum Wilson. Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp is being reported by The Sun to be keen on acquiring the target for The Reds. The German boss has been eyeing the talented player after the 24-year old returned from a long-term knee injury for AFC Bournemouth earlier this month.
Callum Wilson is likely the replacement for huge summer transfer buzz for The Reds, Christian Benteke who has failed to impress at Anfield. With Danny Ings still injured, the coach could move for the Coventry star, Wilson along with West Ham left-back Aaron Cresswell in a deal worth £35m.
Callum Wilson scored five goals in six league matches before picking up the injury that kept him out of action for seven months. Since returning to full action, the Borunemouth has made two substitute appearances including in their 2-1 defeat at home to The Reds last weekend.
The centre forward started with the Coventry academy team before breaking into first team in 2010. He was sent on loan to Kettering Town, Tamworth before his eventual sale to Bournemouth for 2.78 million pounds in 2014. From the deal agreed with his current club, any transfer could see the Sky Blues get a portion due to the sell-on clause understood to be between ten and 15 per cent. Read the rest of this entry »
November 15th, 2015
Wigan Athletic was relegated from the English Championship League and will now be performing in the English League One as a consequence of that relegation. The coach of Wigan Athletic, Gary Caldwell has been reinforcing his team by adding players that can reinforce and improve every single section of his squad from the goal-keeping department over to the offensive side.
Gary Caldwell wants to avoid seeing his team suffering relegation once again and the coach of Wigan Athletic has been going through a fairly busy summer transfer window with plenty of new players being signed and added to the team.
Richard O’Donnell, Craig Morgan, Juan Garcia and Donervon Daniels are all of the summer signings of Wigan Athletic that are expected to increase the defensive department of the squad. Donnell is a goal-keeper while all the others are defenders and have already started training with their new club which is aiming to get back into the English Championship League.
As a way to increase the firepower of his team, Gary Caldwell has signed Will Grigg. Grigg is English forward who has been going through successive promotions from different football leagues. With the addition of the 24 year old player, the manager of Wigan Athletic, Gary Caldwell is hoping that Will Grigg is going to help out his new team in earning a promotion spot.
Craig Davies and SanmiOdelusi are some of the other offensive players that have been signed by Wigan Athletic as Gary Caldwell wants to add more depth into his team. Even though Craig Caldwell has already signed quite a few offensive players, he has hinted the possibility of adding further players to his team. Read the rest of this entry »
July 23rd, 2015
The head coach of Coventry City does not want to sign players in an abrupt way as he instead is planning to take things slowly during this approaching summer transfer window. The 51 year old English manager believes that the best way of getting the best players in his team is by being methodical and not going all in in the transfer market, which is something that certain clubs do when it comes to signing highly rated players.
Coventry City’s Tony Mowbray told reporters during a press conference: “I understand the supporters want to see new signings coming in but it’s a big market out there. The aim is to get players who we think offer that value so we can utilize the rest of the money in other areas to try to build a team with strengths and qualities in various areas of the pitch that we feel will help us.”
“I think the message for me is be patient. Wait for the right ones. Don’t rush in because once you spend the penny and give someone a contract you can’t then think you made a mistake there and go and buy another one for the same position. There are lots of players out there and my phone hasn’t stopped ringing. Let’s take our time, pick the right ones.’’
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