Football League wants answers over where Sky Blues should play

The Chief Executive of the English Football League (EFL) has waded into the row about where Coventry City should play once their deal runs out.

Sean Harvey says the EFL will try to “ensure that the club stay inside the city boundaries”.

CCFC’s current deal is set to run out next year.

The Ricoh Arena is owned by the Wasps, but they claim to not want to discuss the matter while the Sky Blues’ owners – Sisu – are pursuing legal action.

“We have to look at all the facts that are presented to us by the club at that particular time,” said Mr Harvey.

“We would look to try and ensure that the club stay inside the city boundaries and if that can’t be possible we have to weigh up the balance in relation to the continuance of the club in league football or not but we are aiming to achieve a situation were nobody has to even consider that.”

(Photo: Geograph)

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