Coventry City manager Andy Thorn has said that the club should soon end the problems in the background if they are to return to the Championship next season. Coventry City were relegated recently after suffering a poor season under Andy Thorn, but the manager has said that the huge number of problems surrounding the club are the reason for them to be in this position. Andy Thorn recently said that the club should be showing more funds to him if they are to get back into the Championship next season. Coventry City’s relegation from the Championship was confirmed after the loss to Doncaster at home.

There was a glimmer of hope just before the match after the team had gone seven matches without defeat previously. However, the 3-1 defeat at the hands of Doncaster at home crowd to be extremely faithful for the club, which is continued to be plagued by financial difficulties. Speaking after the match, Thorn has said that the club has definitely not been in a good position ever since his arrival a year ago. They are now relegated to the League one along with Portsmouth and Doncaster. The club has been unwilling to spend any money this season, with the fans turning their back on the owners.

“The mentality at the whole place has not been right, I’m talking about the bickering and the stuff that goes on. We can’t have people pulling in different directions. It’s a massive thing that’s stopping us move forward. It’s something that, since I have been in charge, I’ve noticed more and more. Everyone wants a successful football club, everybody wants a successful city. The sooner everybody stops being at loggerheads with each other, and everyone takes a deep breath, we can come back stronger,” Andy Thorn said after the match.