Former Coventry City manager Chris Coleman has said that City have been going the wrong way for the last ten years.
Coleman was speaking to Sky Sports News at a charity match in Wales in memory of murdered child April Jones and said: "The fans are very passionate about their club I found that myself and they are right behind the clubs.
"It just needs somebody to guide the club in the right direction because they have a great set of supporters, great history.
"For the last ten years or so, they have been going the wrong way and I had experience of that whilst I was there and now they don't have a home and that is really sad for a club of that size
"And now they are going to have to play some miles down the motorway. Hopefully, they will hold on and build and inch forward. They have tried to leap forward instead of inch forward and it has come unstuck for them. Hopefully it works well for them
Source: Coventry MAD