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Football League Division Three - Coventry City v Colchester United Featured Print

Football League Division Three - Coventry City v Colchester United

Coventry City players and officials, including manager Jimmy Hill (second l) and captain George Curtis (holding Player of the Season trophy, c), celebrate winning the Third Division Championship after their 1-0 victory

© Topham Picturepoint/Press Association Images

Coventry City Photocall - 1987-88 Season - Highfield Road Featured Print

Coventry City Photocall - 1987-88 Season - Highfield Road

Coventry City squad for the 1987-88 season. (back row l-r) Trevor Peake, Graham Rodger, Keith Houchen, Brian Kilcline, Kevan Smith, Cyrille Regis and Paul Culpin. (middle l-r) Mike Coop (youth team coach), Neil Sillett (assistant physiotherapist), Brian Borrows, Steve Sedgley, Steve Ogrizovic, Jake Findlay, Nick Pickering, Martin Lane, Mick Kearns (reserve team coach) and George Dalton (physiotherapist). (front l-r) David Phillips, Dave Bennett, Michael Gynn, John Sillett (team manager), Greg Downs, Lloyd McGrath and Davis Speedie.

© PA Archive/Press Association Images

League Division Two - Coventry City Photocall - Highfield Road Stadium Featured Print

League Division Two - Coventry City Photocall - Highfield Road Stadium

Coventry City Football Club, back row, left to right; Brian Hill, John Mitten, Alan Harris, Ron Farmer and Dietmar Bruck. Middle row; George Curtis, Kenneth Keyworth, Bob Wesson, Bill Glazier, Mick Kearns, and John Sillett. Front row; Ronald Rees, Ken Hale, John Smith, manager Jimmy Hill, George Hudson, Ernest Machin and Dave Clements.

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