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Keep Cov in Cov march on Football League HQ

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

As most supporters will be aware the hedgefund owners of Coventry City are moving the club to Northampton with the Football League’s approval.

Coventry City fans are continuing their fight to ‘Keep Cov in Cov’ and will tomorrow (Wednesday 14th August) hold a protest outside the Football League’s London office (30 Gloucester Place, London, W1U 8FL) between 4.30pm-6.30pm.

Please note this isn’t an FSF-organised event.

City fans say they’ve already had great support from other supporters but if any of you or anyone from your fans’ group is free to attend Wednesday’s protest, they say it would be “a fantastic show of solidarity”.

“Fighting a global hedgefund, the Football League and a lot of others besides, is a daunting task and I know Coventry City fans will greatly appreciate your support,” says the Keep Cov in Cov campaign.

  • If you’re attending or would like to send messages of support email: [email protected]

Thanks to Diego’s Sideburns for the image reproduced under CC license.

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