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The 26-goal striker that could launch a genuine promotion push for Coventry City next season



It is has been a dire few years for Coventry City, culminating this season in relegation to the fourth tier of English football.

The 1987 FA Cup winners have struggled both on and off the pitch, and mass protests by fans have dogged the headlines this season.

Mark Robins rejoined The Sky Blues in March, and has offered fans hope for next season after guiding his new side to 4 wins in their last 7 league outings.

Coventry have looked good in recent weeks, and their form over the last ten is that of a mid table side.

Fans were even treated to a day out at Wembley in the final of the EFL Trophy, which saw them overcome Oxford United.

They haven’t had much to cheer this year, and this certainly instilled a good feeling for next year.

More than 40,000 Sky Blues cheered their side on, proving how big this club really is.

Mark Robins has often been credited with saving Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United job during his early days in the role with a goal against Nottingham Forest, and Robins could play hero again at The Ricoh Arena next season.

Robins will have to look for hidden gems on a budget, and put together a side capable of mounting a promotion push in League Two.

One such player the manager should target is Tamworth’s Danny Newton.

The National League North striker has struck 26 times in the league this season, and his goal scoring ability will be something that captures the attention of Robins.

The manager will need to add goals to his team, and Newton could be the man he needs.

An affordable option, a move would work for both parties.

Tamworth’s proximity to the city makes a move viable, and Robins should take a punt on the non-league striker.

Coventry fans…. Could this striker be the man to help launch a promotion push next season? Let us know below!

ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: The 26-goal striker that could launch a genuine promotion push for Coventry City next season

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