Coventry City is working towards their objective of having an own ground and while that process is being built and accomplished, the English club has an ongoing appeal against a recent High Court Judgement. Coventry City is looking to make a return to Ricoh Arena.
Due to some incidents which happened last year, Coventry City had to move to Northampton Town’s ground which is approximately 53 kilometers away from their own ground. But now the club is trying to build their own turf where they are able of playing home matches and facilitate the travelling process to many supporters of the club.
Tim Fisher, chief executive of Coventry City, said: “The most immediate need is to ‘concentrate on the more pressing issue of getting the club back to the Coventry area within the prescribed timeframe. We completely agree and want to play our part to make this happen. We are ready to come to the table and talk about an interim return the Ricoh. The legal action is a totally separate issue and we have a right to appeal. But this does not, and should not; prevent us from discussing a return with all of the interested parties.”
Before any official talks can be made between Coventry City and ACL, the English club is believed to have to pay £590,000 which is an amount that that Coventry City will not be able to pay considering all of the reports linking the team with a series of debts and loans that they have made which are still left to be completely paid.
Whether or not anything of this is true still remains to be seen as a lot of the information that has been released and is being released to the public is nothing more than rumors concerning sources from all over the globe.