We shouldn’t be talking about the Sky Blues in the context of a League Two season.
From Keith Houchen’s diving header in the 1987 FA Cup final, they should have kicked on in the First Division.
They even retained their top flight status through the Premier League’s early years, again they should have been home and dry as an established top flight club.
Instead, the order changed and their disastrous ground move cost them far more than they could ever imagine.
Now they languish amongst the likes of Stevenage Town and Forest Green Rovers, pushing for a top seven spot but by no means guaranteed one.
Mark Robins has done a decent job, but surely a team of their size and stature should be challenging the top three, not clinging on to the top seven for dear life?
Whatever the outcome of the season, the road to redemption is long and winding and as yet, the Sky Blues have only just begun to consult their map book.
The Ricoh Arena argument won’t go away, the club is still in disarray and losing 6-2 at home to Yeovil will only further the fans suffering.
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