It turned out to be a disappointing season for Coventry last year, with hopes of promotion not achieved…
The club started the season in blistering form, winning 11 of their first 20 games, only three of which they lost, and at Christmas looked like a strong bet for promotion back to the Championship.
However it wasn’t to be, and despite the inspirational form of Adam Armstrong up front, they failed to finish above eighth, after a terrible run of form during the second half of the season, losing 11 of their games in 2016.
They’ll be rebuilding for another go at it next season, and will be hoping to add more goals to the side as Adam Armstrong returns to Newcastle, and in all likelihood, will be in the first team picture for the Mags next year.
Here are three strikers who they could turn to to get the goals in League One next year…
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