Coventry case adjourned again

Arena Coventry Ltd have withdrawn their application to place Coventry City in administration after Tuesday's High Court proceedings.

Last Updated: 26/03/13 at 19:08 Post Comment

Coventry are behind in paying the rent for the Ricoh Arena

Coventry are behind in paying the rent for the Ricoh Arena

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The Sky Blues remain hopeful of playing the remainder of their League One home games at the Ricoh Arena, despite still owing their landlords £1.3m in unpaid rent.

Tim Fisher, CEO Coventry Football Club said on the club's website: "I acknowledge that ACL has now accepted that it must withdraw its administration application from the High Court notwithstanding the fact that this was an unwelcome and unnecessary distraction.

"I hope all parties will now focus on re-establishing a constructive dialogue for the good of the club and football in Coventry.

"We would like to ensure that Coventry City Football Club can, in the first instance, continue to play its remaining home matches this season at the Ricoh Arena."

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