Coventry players should sign new deals

Former Coventry City captain Sam Ricketts have urged some players to sign a new contract with the club during the transfer window.


Indeed there are seven players that will be out of contract at the end of the current season and Ricketts have encouraged them to pen a new deal.

He believes that they would have some difficulties in getting new deals elsewhere and that it might be important for them to sign a new contract with Coventry City if they want to continue their football career.

He said that they could experience great difficulties to find a new club and this is why he is encouraging them to sign a new contract with Coventry.

He believes that there are already familiar with the manager as well as the staff and that they know the club better than anyone else. He said that going to a new club will mean that they will have to adapt to new players as well as coaching staff and this can be a major stumbling block for their progression. Continue reading “Coventry players should sign new deals”

CHARLTON’S KEVIN FOLEY IN MOVE TO COVENTRY CITY

The right back for Charlton Athletic, Kevin Foley, is set to sign a new agreement with Coventry City.


Russell Slade, Coventry City’s boss is keen on signing the 32 year old who was one of his former players.

Foley was recently released by the Addicks and would join the Sky Blues on a free transfer. This is expected to last till the end of the season, and if possible, look towards an extension of his contract for another season.

Foley began his career at Luton. For seven years, he was with the Wolves, helping them win promotion in 2009 to the Premier League title. If the deal goes through, he would become Slade’s fourth signing since the transfer window opened this January.

Last year, Slade had brought Foley down to the Charlton side on a short term deal that ended this week. He has also had some spells with FC Copenhagen, the Danish club side, and Ipswich Town, Championship club side before his move to The Valley. Continue reading “CHARLTON’S KEVIN FOLEY IN MOVE TO COVENTRY CITY”