Protest at City V Sheffield United game Join us for a peaceful protest on Jimmy’s Hill when the Sky Blues take on Sheffield United this Sunday (13 October). Two coaches have been laid on, pick up points and departure times below. These are free but a donation towards costs would be appreciated:Coach 12pm The Craftsman [ Beake Avenue ], 2.10pm Ricoh Arena bus stop [ Tesco side, by railway line subway ] 2.20pm The Wheel, Sewall Highway 2.25pm Devonshire Arms, 2.30pm The Mill Pool, Hipswell Highway 2.40pm Marina Chip Shop, London Road (Willenhall)Coach 21.45pm Prior Deram Walk Bus Stop, Canley, 2pm Lime Tree Club, Templar Avenue, 2.15pm Earlsdon Library, 2.20pm Spon End [ Butts Road bus stop opposite Ramada Hotel ], 2.30pm Coventry Swimming Baths, Fairfax Street.If you wish to reserve a seat please email: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe organisers have been liaising with the relevant authorities and this is a perfectly legal protest. As the game is being shown live on Sky TV it is a great way of letting the world know that we want the Sky Blues to come home and show our disgust towards the Football League who facilitated CCFC’s re-location to Northampton against the wishes of supporters.Sheffield United fans will be joining us on the hill to show their support. We ask anyone who travels with us NOT to engage in name calling with fellow CCFC fans who support the team from inside the Sixfields Stadium, and not to rise to any provocation offered. We will be respecting/joining in with any tributes for the late Ross Emslie that are held inside the stadium and plan to leave the area at the final whistle. A collection will be made for Alzheimer’s Research on the Hill as a mark of respect for Jimmy Hill.If you are not familiar with the area around the stadium, there are a number of pubs and fast food outlets where you can buy something to eat/drink or go to the toilet.
Source: Coventry MAD