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PKH Wants CCFC Holdings To Come Clean Over Academy
It's Like Thrashing A Hotel And Asking Them To Come Back - PKH
Alan Higgs Centre Trust Secretary Peter Knatchbull-Hugessen has told Coventry City FC (Holdings) to come clean over the dispute over City's Academy using the Higgs Centre at Allard Way.
According to the Coventry Telegraph's Les Reid, Mr Knatchbull-Hugessen is demanding replies to his emails over rent repayments and debts which include £12k's allegeded worth of damage to equipment as well as outstanding rent, something which saw the Academy uprooted from the Higgs Centre and forced to seek shelter at Ryton along with everyone else in the club.
Mr Knatchbull-Hugessen said to Les Reid:"I would like them to simply respond and say whether they want to talk about it or not.
"They are just walking away having used the pitch for a year and having not done the repairs.
"We want the academy to train there. But it's like thrashing a hotel and asking them to come back."
Source: Coventry MAD
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