The number of people supporting calls for the Football League to refer the SIS proposed groundshare with Northampton Town to the Football Association is rising.
There are concerns from both City supporters and Northampton Town supporters that the Cobblers may have been mislead over the numbers claimed by Mr Fisher, who leaves a string of failed businesses including CCFC Ltd who are in administration, in his wake as well as many other issues and that if the Football League are unable to help then the Football Association should step in.
ACL director Peter Knatchbull-Hugessen said to the Press Association: "With the new season drawing ever closer, we are continuing to fight to keep the Sky Blues in Coventry. It's what we want, it's what the Football League wants, and most importantly of all, it's what Sky Blues fans want.
"The Football League's attempts to act as an honest broker have been rejected by Sisu, so we are calling on them to use their power to refer this matter to the Football Association. We hope that both bodies will take this opportunity to act in the best interests not just of Sky Blues fans but also for the good of football in this country."
Source: Coventry MAD