EFL vote on Coventry City’s potential expulsion postponed until May

24 April 2019 01:44
• Club make assurances that it is in talks over Ricoh Arena• City also have agreement to groundshare elsewhere if neededThe planned vote of EFL clubs on Thursday about whether to expel Coventry City has been postponed until May, after the club gave assurances that it is in talks to agree a deal to continue playing at the Ricoh Arena next season.The vote of all 72 clubs had been called to consider expulsion because City had not concluded an arrangement for any home ground beyond this season, while its owner, the London-based hedge fund Sisu, has pursued a series of legal actions relating to the Ricoh, which it has lost. Related: Toxic tactics behind Coventry’s slide from FA Cup glory to brink of oblivion Related: Clock ticking on Coventry City’s latest search for home comforts | Ben Fisher Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian