COVENTRY V WEST BROM 12.30PM, SKY SPORTS
COVENTRY manager Mark Robins has urged his men not to get affected by the emotional tribute to FA Cup-winning boss John Sillett.
The Sky Blues will wear black armbands and there is to be a minute’s applause for their 1987 Wembley hero, who died this week aged 85.
Robins, right, wants it to be a celebration to Sillett and says the best way to do that would be to beat West Brom today.
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Making over 200 appearances for us, local lad STEVE SEDGELY went on to become a Spurs legend as he helped us to our eighth FA Cup in 1991. We recently caught up with ‘Sedge’ to chat about his time at the Club, his career since and find out what he is up to now.