LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS: text line.
Steve, Bell Green.
YOU could bundle that rubbish at highfield road off to beadle its that much of a joke. Lets start playing some groovy footie lads.
Clifford Powers, Eastern Green
IS the muppet Ben who thinks Cov fans are suckers really Benny Hill?
BARRY Quinn should definitely stay. Faithful & reliable, he tops my list of who should stay for sure.
STRACH? He is 2 blame 4 our position, paid big money on no hopers which he did not play. Maccas the man! Should keep Quinn though.
COV Blaze did da bizzo & da England Rugby boys dun ditto.
Makes ya proud 2 b an english Coventry Kid!
QUINN shud stay he is a battler & we need those! City. Cheers.
DIDN'T hear a peep out of the woolly-backs last year. It'll be the same again next season when Micky Adams leaves.
COME on V C Coventry Bees. Don't do what C.C.F.C do + start really well then let yourselves down.
QUINN should stay he is a lot better than gordon.
WHAT city need is a decent manager like steve mcmahon thats the only way forward.
GET to grips city, The writing is on the wall. The only place your going next season is to div 2.
IS this text line dumbing down? Some text is utterly absurd, especially from women.
What do they know about football? U stick 2 netball!
Steve Simp, Bell Green
COME on macca lets keep barry quinn he never fails to give 100% for city & has a real feeling for the club come on city show some loyalty.
I WAS most surprised when I heard the news about Barry Quinn being moved on. I feel very sorry for the lad because he has been used and abused over the years and the club have simply not got the best out of him. If three or four more were prepared to have a go like him, perhaps we would be in a better state.
Mick O'Sullivan (Main Stand season ticket holder)
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2003|
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