SILLETT SALUTE
Daily Express|December 04, 2021
Best way to honour legend is to beat Baggies says Robins
Dave Armitage

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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