Sky Blues players Franck Moussa and Joe Murphy were out in the community this week visiting dementia patients at a facility in London. The Sisu Centre, located at 11-12 Hanover St in Mayfair, currently houses several patients suffering from extreme forms of dementia, and the footballers were keen to find out more about how they are treated.
Embattled Coventry City chief executive Tim Fisher has become embroiled in yet another legal wrangle, after taking a local prostitute to the High Court.
SISU fans have snapped up all remaining tickets for today’s fixure against the Alan Edward Higgs charity at the Birmingham High Court. The match, which sees the plucky hedge fund take on the all-conquering children’s charity, kicks off at 10am and is set to be one of the clashes of the season.
Tim Fisher hit the headlines last week when he shared a few friendly pints with some Sky Blues fans in a West London pub. So we asked the popular Coventry City Chief Executive to tell us about his favourite bars in the world, and he was only too happy to oblige!
Apologies for the lack of SBD action this week, but real life is doing its best to intrude.
In today’s sizzling Sky Blue Daily Digest – City off the bottom, another clown arrives in Northampton, a new signing, and Cilla Black, you’re on.
Following discounted season tickets, subsidised bus travel and cheap corporate packages, Coventry City Development Director Steve Waggott has revealed the club’s latest scheme to attract more fans to Sixfields – a big dog’s cock.